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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 18, 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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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y t THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915. NUMBER 188.






BRITAIN'S OPPRESSION OF AMERICAN







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U.SEVERE S.ULTIMATUMDEMANDS NOTE-BUT TO BRITAINIS NO ON THE BRINK OF WAR BRONSVILLESLEEPLESSLY i LIKELY Y THAT T GfN. CARRANIAYILLBfRECOGNIlEDA1NEW






NODHNITE_ [ ANSWER STANDS ON GUARD; 25 CARRANZIST ARE KILLED IN \





President Length and Over Lansing Notes Conferat to BATTlES WITH U. S. TROOPS; RACE HATE FEVERISH



Great Britain and -- == I I- YORK CONfERENCE TODAY


Germany- Brief Bulletins :ARTILLERY TRAINED ON i i Ii Florida Life Told


Washington, Sept. 17.-President Ticked Off Wire MATAMORAS: READY I In Brief Flashes I -
AN END TO THE SUNDAY CLOSING -
Wilson and Secretary Lansing con I FOR ACTION I INSTEAD OF COMMISSIONU. :

ferred at length today over the com- At Late Hour And ParagraphsClearwater LAW C.\SES. S. DEAL WITH REPRESENTATIVES -

pleted note of this government to !
FURIOUS MEXICANS DEMAND GUNS What appears to be a finale to the
Great Britain and on the phases of
Washington, D. C.-Plans to send Fla.Nothing has been Sunday closing law cases was the
the controversy with Germany over II
former Secretary Bryan on a missionof divulged by the attorneys for J. J. action taken by four defendants yesterday -
the sinking of the Arabic. Guard Stationed at the MANY MATTERS V Will BE SETTLED
Some of the points in the new note peace to the warring nations of Heavy Mendenhall to indicate what line of when they appeared before

Europe were the subject of a confer- American End of Interna- argument their special plea will take, criminal court and signified a desireto
to Great Britain, as obtained from
cabinet to be made tomorrow before Judge abide the of the
ence here between the former by interpretation
officials who have a part in the put- tional Bridge; Attack on If Carranza Will Pay Foreign
cfTicer! and Dr. William Forgo, repre- O. K. Reaves in circuit court, in be- law as set forth in the charge of
ting of it into its present form, are
senting editors of American newspa- Brownsville Feared half Mendenhall, indicted on the Judge Warlow to the jury in the case Claims He May He Recog-

as follows: pers published in foreign languages. charge of first degree murder for the i of the State McCracken's.. Solicitor nized-Firing Across
That the United States has
(1)) as
Before visiting Mr. Bryan Mr. Forgoin Brownsville, Texas, Sept. 17.-Be- killing of Mrs. Bessie Eliot and her I Tilden agreed to enter nolle
denied
repeatedly and consistently Border Excusable
a public statement set forth the I tween twenty and twenty-five Carran-' daughter, Miss Susie Eliot, of Tampa, prosequi proceedings in these cases.
of the
specifically every one justifica- plan as so far developed, which con- zista soldiers are believed to hate on the night of July 2. The .defendants who accepted Judge
tions set up by Sir Edward Grey, the Washington, Sept. 17.-At the meet-
templates a personal visit by Mr. been killed today by American troopsin =a- Warlow's law interpretation were J.
British minister of foreign affairs, ing of the Pan-American conferencein
Bryan to belligerent nations to argue I two battles along] the Rio Grande. St. Petersburg, Fla.-Legal steps L. Dean, City Drug Store; Merle :\Ic- I
and Lord Crewe, his assistant, this New York tomorrow afternoon the
for peace. There were no American casualties were taken at Clearwater to test the Elroy McElroy's Pharmacy; Herbert I
government can not fail to regard the counter proposal of Carranza to discuss -
-- and both battles were started"" by the validity of the election at which$715- Smith, the Orlando Pharmacy, and I
of American with his representatives all the
persistent oppression
Honolulu.] -From an unofficial but Carranzistas, who fired on the American 000 of bonds were authorized to be James DeLaney, DeLaney & Aber- to the international
commerce as unfriendly. questions relating
it has troops. One battle took place issued by the county for the buildingof nethv.
((2)) That Great Britain has acted apparently trustworthy source situation Mexico preliminary to the
who before Matamoras, the Mexican town brick highways.
illegally when she took the cases of been learned that electricians probable recognition of his government -
the river from Brownsville,
across EDITOR SENTINEL IS CHAIRMAN
seizure and detention out of the do- have been making an examination of will be accepted.This .
the submarine F-4, lost outside of and the other at Los Ebanos, fifty Jacksonville, Fla.-The Florida Military HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION -
main of diplomacy and made them statement is made on the high-
merely matters of British prize Honolulu harbor March 25 and now miles north and west of Brownsville.As academy at Murray' Hill opened I OF C. F. II. ..\. est authority.

in dock discovered that the fuseson a result of the attacks by Car- this morning for the 1915-1916! term I
courts. dry Instead of appointing a commis-
x all four batteries had been blown ranzistas on American troops serious with an enrollment] that is from 50 : W. M. Glenn, editor of the Sentinel,
(3) That the argument by Great sion, Secretary Lansing and the Lat-
that this caused the international complications are feared. to 60 per cent. larger than at this is in receipt of a letter from L. P.
Britain for such action is indefensible out, indicating in-American conferees will meet at
disaster which resulted in the deathof Race feeling is high and the Mexicans time last year. Dickie, secretary of the Central Flor-
because it is based on the order Washington with Carranzza's repre-
in.. at Matamoras are in a frenzy.All ida Association
-()- Highway announcinghis
the vessel's of twentytwomen. I
crew
council which itself is an illegal sentatives. At this conference all
American residents of that town Tampa, Fla.-Conference of local appointment as chairman of the character
icy. matters of an international
I
have fled to Brownsville, and other dealers and Jacksonville saloonists committee on highway beautification,
(4 That /stablishment. of a -0London.Petrograd- affecting Mexico will be disposed of,
foreigners are also coming here for here resolved itself into the decisionto with the request that he appoint four
blockade under the. order in council admits the Rus- including not only the payment of all

which pretends to include all neutral sians are falling back in the directionof refuge. make the test of the Davis pack- other members to serve on the com- foreign claims, but the rehabilitationof
They say that an anti-American law in Jacksonville.mob mittee. :Mr.: Glenn has not appointedhis
ports, is not justified by internationallaw Pinsk, capture of which was an- age the railroads, in which large sums
outbreak may occur at any moment. fellow members on the committee,
on the mere suspicion that neu- nounced yesterday by the Germans. -- of foreign capital have been invested.If .
General Nafarette, the Carranzista of several hundred rushed to the but will do so at an early date.
tral ports may be made the basis for Occupation of this town may be expected Carranza's commission submits to
commander Matamoras, denies that of General Nafarette
unneutral acts. to facilitate greatly the prog- headquarters the proposals on these subjects that
his for the COUNTY AGENT C. II. BAKER TO
responsible and demanded
troops are
(5)) That the contention of Great ress of Von Mackensen's forces arms. are satisfactory to this government,
marshes. fighting, and in a statement to a cor- The commander ordered his troopsto SPEAK AT GAINESVILLEA
Britain that cargoes may be seized through the Pripet recognition will surely follow.
respondent tonight he charged that disband the mob.
and detained on suspicion alone, with- -0-- "The Grasses and For- At the department today there had
the American the paper on
troopers were only But scarcely had approximate quiet
out any assertion of reasonable proof, Nome Alaska.-Vilhjalmar Stefansson of will be been no confirmation of the reported
ones who did any shooting, and declares been restored when a column of more age Crops Orange County,
is absolutely untenable under any the Arctic explorer, is safe on delivered] before the meeting; of county -! firing across the Texas border by the
that fired without .
they cause.The than 400 Carranza marchedout
form recognized by the law of na Banks Land. The schooner Ruby arrived 1 troops farm demonstration agents which : Carranza troops. Officials suggestedthat
lieutenant who commanded the of Matamoras and took positionsin
tions. yesterday with dispatches from : at Gainesville C. this, if true, would hardly be
by
begins Monday
troop of cavalry which engaged the the trenches the river
along
"AI It is stated there is in the note no him to the Canadian government. oppo- II. Baker, demonstration agent for charged against Carranza, but was
Mexicans tonight made his report. site here.
suggestion of an ultimatum or demands this probably due to the enthusiasm incident
He reports that his troop was sud This afternoon several military of- county.
for a definite answer from to the celebration of the Mex-
Laredo, Texas.-'Xinety persons This meeting is- one of great inter-
denly fired from the Mexican
upon ficers are meeting the situation by
Britain within
Great any specified killed in the wreck of the of the ican independence day.
.were a military side of the river soon after dismounting holding a large part of the population est to agriculturists state,

time. % i train near Saltillo late on Wednesday, and that the Americans returnedthe under arms. and it is to be attended by experts

according to advices received here to- fire. from the federal department of agri- ORLANDO WINS FROM WINTER
SCIIULTZ OPTIMISTIC OVER THE I No one is sleeping at Brownsville
GARDEN NINE
culture. The session ends
OUTLOOK FOR WINTER PARK day. Shortly afterwards he saw Mexicans tonight. The women hue all barri- Saturday.

leart' clump of brush with five caded themselves within doors and .
The ball at the Driving Park
Mr.1Valtcr. II. Schultz of Win- dead going towards Matamoras. streets are deserted except for armed games
one
BETTER ILLUMINATION U I NORTH WING OF FAIR BlDG Thursday afternoon resulted in a 7-4
ter Park's progressive business men Although the fight lasted but twenty men.An victory for Orlando in the first game, .

and "live wires," was among the busi- minutes and apparent quiet reignsat entire battery of field artilleryhas when opposed to the Winter Garden

visitors the Brownsville tonight, the incidenthas been trained on Matamoras.On .
ness to county metropolis FOR ORLANDO FOR I.AEEXHIBITSENATOR
nine, and a 4-1 defeat in the second
)'esterdar.Ir.. Schultz is very optimistic lashed into flame the hatred of the first!>> move from the Mexican
game, which was played with theCigar
over the general outlook for Americans in Matamoras and an attack side shells will commence to hurtle _
Makers team. The last game

his town. The number of buildingsthat 0. W. & L. CO. SUGGESTS A on Brownsville is feared. into the Carranza town from the ma- IGOU AND COMMITTEE went only five and one-half innings.The .

have been erected and are in Many authorities here have dou- chine gun platoons on guard at the
batteries Hunter and Ro-
PLAN TO COUNCIL FOR SELECT SPACE were
erection bled the guards at the international American end of the
course of together with the bridge.
LIGHTING denbaugh for Orlando, in the first
BETTER YESTERDAY
many improvements of a municipal bridge and other points along] the The fight at Los Ebanos lasted all
game, with Boyd and Tanner work-

nature, speak in no uncertain tones river. morning. ing for the west Orange team. In the

of the bright future for the Park, said May: Revise City Ordinances- Five hundred extra troops are tonight Seventeen Mexicans were killed by \Vm. Gomme Will Be in Chargeof last game Barze and Albury formed

he. Mr. Schultz is erecting a fine Johnson Wants More Street patrolling the Rio Grande. the American troops according to reports Lake County Exhibit This the battery for the Cigar Makers

brick building on the principal street Equipment for StreetDepartment When the bodies of the Carranzistas made to the commanding offi- Year-Pleased With nine. .

and expects to occupy it about the were brought into Matamoras a cer of the district here tonight.STANDING I II I Space AllottedA

ROBERT VAN BUSKIRK IS HOME

corn-1 At the meeting of the city commis- OF THE CLUBS committee of prominent citizensof FROM ANNAPOLIS

nishings. sioners yesterday a communicationwas Lake county visited Orlando yes-

received from the Orlando Water terday and selected the space which ME, Robert Van Buskirk, son of

DELEGATION FROM THIS SECTION and Light Company suggesting that AND RESULTS YESTERDAYAMERICAN the exhibit from their county shall Mr. and Mrs. Justin Van Buskirk, of

WILL ATTEND G. A. R. the city substitute 50 watt lamps in occupy at the midwinter fair, their this city, who is attending the An-

REUNIONTaft places where 40 watt lamps are now -- choice falling] on the north wing of napolis academy, of Maryland, is

in use. LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE the main exhibition building.The home on a visit. Mr. Van Buskirkhas
in Or- Won. Lost. Av'ge. Philadelphia _____ 77 58 ..570Brookl'n
was ably represented
The number of these lamps is 53 Boston ___________ 91 45 .669 ________ 74 64 .536 party was headed by SenatorW. a host of friends who are glad

lando yesterday by Messrs. A.1.. and the additional cost per year for Detroit __________ 91 49 .650 Boston ___________ 72 64 .529 M. Igou, committee chairman; J. to see him. lie expects to graduatenext

Bristol and C. W. Tompkins. The the change would amount to $177.02. Chicago _________ SO 58 .579 Chicago _______-_ 64 70 .477 C. Compton, chairman of the board of June and will receive his com-

latter gentleman is making prepara- The matter was referred to Commis- Washington ______ 75 61 .551 Cincinnati _______ 66 71 .481 county commissioners of Lake county, mission as an officer in the United
tions to leave some time next week to New York ________ 61 73 .455 St. Louis _________ 68 72 .486
sioner Robertson with power to act. St. Louis _________ 58 79 .423 Pittsburgh _______ 67 75 .472 and Wm. Gomme, county agriculturalagent. States navy.

attend the G. A. R. reunion which Mayor Sperry called the attentionof Cleveland ________ 52 85 .380 New York- _______ 61 75 .449 .

meets in Washington, D. c., on the the commissioners to the need fora Philadelphia _____ 38 96 .283 Yesterday's Results Lake county's exhibit at the fair TWO KISSIMMEE MEN WILL

27th of September. Quite a delega- complete revision of the city ordi- Yesterday's Results Pittsburgh 9-5, New York 6-0. will be in charge of :Mr. Gomme, who WEAR THE ANTLERS
tion of old soldiers will attend from Philadelphia 6-3, Cleveland 7-3. Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia] 0.
his nances. Action on this matter was 2nd game 10 innings,darkness. St. Louis 1-2, Boston 0-2. was well satisfied with the space

section. deferred until the return of the city New York 3, Chicago 2. 2nd game 9 innings, darkness. which the committee selected for the Congressman W. J. Sears, and Dr.

I solicitor. Boston 7, Detroit 2. Chicago Brooklyn 7. exhibit.W. J. K. Atwood, of Kissimmee, were
BLOORS Washington 0, St. Louis 9.
CASE TODAY I Commissioner Johnson stated that SOUTHERN LEAGUE I R. O'Neal, secretary of the Fair visitors to Orlando Thursday after-

more street sweeping equipment was FEDERAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. Av'ge. association, met the members of the noon and were initiated into the orderof

James Bloors, who attacked Theo- needed since the increase in paved Won. Lost. Av'ge. New Orleans _____ 8t 59 .595 committee and accompanied them on Elks by Orlando Lodge No. 1079.

dore Josefson Thursday afternoon at Pittsburgh _______ 76 60* .558 I Birmingham ______ 80 67 .544 !
the latter's "New York Lunch" streets. Commissioner Robertson favored Chicago __________74 62 .544 Memphis _________ 77 68 ..'>:31 the inspection trip to *the fair '

Quick buying automobile sweepers, as St. Louis _________ 75 63 .543 Atlanta __________ 72 72 .500 grounds. TRAINED NURSE FROM HOLLAND

room, will be tried in mayor's court did Mayor Sperry. Commissioner Newark __________ 70 63 .526 Nashville ________ 72 73 .496 TO MAKE ORLANDO

this morning. The trial was deferred Johnson stated that he had been unable Kansas City ______ 70 64 .522 Chattanooga ____ 68 76 .472 THE WEATHERFor HER HOME

until today at the request of Bloors' Buffalo _.________ 69 69 .50( Mobile __________- 6.5 81 .445
counsel. to get endorsements from other Brooklyn ________ 68 71 .489 Little Rock ______ 59 84 .413
cities using automobile sweepers. Ac- Baltimore _______. 44 91 .325 Yesterday's Results Florida: Threatening with Miss Sophia Moerdeck, of Amster-

tion on the matter was deferred pendI Yesterday's Results Chattanooga 9, Atlanta 0. probably showers today; fresh east dam, Holland, an accomplished trained
Little] Wonder music disc fits all Pittsburgh 2. Baltimore 1. Mobile] 8, Nashville] 3. has arrived in
I ing the receipt of further informa- winds, probably strong over the south nurse, Orlando to make
machines 15e.
Hear them on the St. Louis 2, Brooklyn 0. Little Rock 7, New Orleans 0.
Columbia. Curtis & O'Neal j I tion. Kansas City 3, Newark 0. Only three scheduled. I portion. her h me.B .

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national weather BEGS; HAG BREAKS; GOLD COST OF TEXT-BOOKS 78.3 PER 'NO BRITISH WAR BABIES, BIRTH I BUYERS AND SELLERSI .
and crop bulletin today says: BURSTS FORTH CAPITA 'I STATISTICS SHOW I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER .
I I estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
"The change from the cool weatherof I -
I over 30 years. Have handled over
the preceding week to the hot and I New York.-Pathos, sympathy, sur- Washington, D. C.-"Confidentialdata London.-One tendency of the sta- 20000000. Call and see me.
dry weather of the week just ended prise and humiliation were elementsof obtained from forty-three textbook I tistics given in the quarterly returnof 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

was generally beneficial to cotton." a little drama staged in the waiting publishers in the United States | the British registrar general is to

room of the Pennsylvania termi- show that their aggregate total sales explode the great war babies myth. SLAUGHTER SALE

nal. Had an elusive something not of text-books for use in public and II The birth rate for the quarter is next Buy few your days.wall Making paper cheap room for for our the Better Known as "Jake. th* umber"
broken a woman beggar would have private schools in 1913 amounted to. the lowest; recorded in any corre- new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer -jr'

Do been richer by two sandwiches, a cup $17,274,030," says a statement by the i sponding period since the establish- Store Court stree... Phone 67.
of coffee and the fare from New York bureau of education. "The aggregate ment of civil registration. It corre- 9-5-tfc. I

to Pittsburgh.A for public schools, elementary and I sponds to a rate of 22.9 annually per
gray haired woman with a brown high, amounted to $14,261,768."The 1,000 of the population, is 3.3 per HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
You Know shawl wrapped close to her tear- total enrollment in public ele- I 1,000 below the mean birth rate in the A. B. Cook & Co.

stained face sought an audience with mentary and high schools for the year II ten preceding second quarters, and ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
William H. Egan, station master at was approximately 18,609,040. Excluding 1.4 per 1,000 below that for the sec- Christ Building, Orlando.

That Since the Pennsylvania station. Henry the elementary school enrollment I and quarter of 1914. ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

Jahnke, Mr. Egan's assistant, hearda of California, since California I Of the 213,094 births only 9,644
pathetic tale of how an injured son prints its own elementary books, the I I were illegitimate. In the corresponding INVESTMENTS, LOANS
TheModelCafe was near death in Pittsburgh and number becomes 18,213,786. For each' quarter of 1914 the number was STOCKS AND

how a heartbroken mother's slender child enrolled in the public schools, 9,997. .
saving had brought her only from therefore, the total annual sale of I The figures also show that the excess BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204
has been open nearly three Bayonne to the Pennsylvania termi- text-books is 78.3 cents. The total of births over deaths in the June

years now, it has not been closed nal. expenditure per child for all school I quarter was 27,418 below that for the

for one moment, day or night. After hearing her story, Mr. Egan purposes is approximately $38.31. same period of last year. The excesses -
went into his office to count out the The cost of text-books is thus approximately for the four last comparative
That in that time it has fed money necessary to take the womanto : 2 per cent. of the total periods are:

309,000 people. her son's bedside. Then came a cost of maintenance, support and 1915, 74,515; 1914, 101,933; 1913, Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

thud, a tingle and a scream. The equipment. The cost per child on the 105,727; 1912, 102,293.
That it has paid local.dealers
thud followed after the elusive some- school population basis (five to eigh- The deaths, 138,579, were the highest DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :
over $45,000. thing had broken; a cloth bag fell teen years of age) is 56.6, cents; the for any June quarter in the dec-

That it never buys anything from under the woman's skirt, spill- annual per capita cost of textbookson ade, and were 14,445 in excess of

outside that can be bought in ing a flood of gold pieces. the total population basis is less June, 1914. Values Low Prices
With a cry, she fell to the floor and than 15 cents.
Orlando. "Go thou and do like-
began scooping up her money. Aftera "These figures indicate that thereis Tell about it to the readers of the COMPARE
"
wise. bit, she asserted five dollars was little ground for the fear some- ad\.ertisements-and if the second

That when you get a meal missing. At the urging of Mr. Egan times expressed that the introductionof hand article is still useful, you'll be OUR FURNITUREWe
she counted again and said it was all free text-books will add greatly: to able to sell it. Sentinel want ads.
there be it of their regular25c.
one there. So proficient was she in count- the cost of the public school system I reach hundreds of readers every day.
meals or a more elaborateone ing that Mr. Egan and Mr. Jahnke and will greatly increase the rate of I I 1 provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

or a 15c. special, you alwaysget were unable to keep up. The former taxation for school purposes. As a 1 II I by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
he $1,200 and the latter RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
saw
says of
your money's worth. matter fact, the cost of textbooksis
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
thinks it was $1,500. One dusky suit- a relatively small item in the total
case carrier said, "Lawdy, dat ol woman -,expenditure for school purposes. Located in the Arcade Building stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

had moh than two fousand. I "The forty-three firms from which
All work
guaranteed and neatly -
Not only did the beggar lose her !data were obtained handle probably
done.
tIO.BANSCNBACHCabinet[ Our work is the best
fare to Pittsburgh, but also two sand- 99 per cent. of the total text-book .and our prices are the lowest. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
wiches and a cup of coffee which had :sales in this country."
This is the
place to have your
MakerDoors been offered by a sympathetic stenog- old clothes made new. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I
rapher in Mr. Egan's office. Paris, Sept. 15.-American coal

companies are marketing considerable Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .

Screens, Porch Swings, VISITS TO WOUNDED :MEN NOWLIMITE'D amounts in France, where it dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. '

Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases BY BRITISH may now be delivered at fair profits. Suit pressed ------_______40c
Folding Card Tables, Cedar One company has just placedan All Palm Beaches scrubbedand .

Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- London.-It is announced that ow- order for two billion tons of coal 'I pressed ---_________50c
ing to the military requirements it is at prices which will ultimately landit .Mohair suits pressed _____25c.
tals, etc. Also Repair Work. necessary to limit strictly the visitsto in Paris, including all carrying Big Grocery Sale j

All Work Guaranteed France of relatives of sick% and charges, at about $15 a ton. Retail We do ladies' work also. Giveus
wounded officers and men. The BYit- prices range from $20 to $24 a ton. a trial and be convinced.

12 E. Church St. Phone 447 ish army council asks relatives to understand Clothes called for and delivered.
that this 4 limitation is one Subscribe for the morning Sentinel.
of necessity. Where permission to 10 cents a week delivered. Phone 613. Sweet Potatoes

Fire InsuranceCOOK visit is given the regulations have -

been much simplified and are as follows -
Special Sale for S 'nl/
: SPECIALS FOR SATURDAYBest 35c
"In cases where an officer or sol- JK.
& BAAS, Agents urday .
dier is in a dangerous condition

through wounds or sickness, and thereis
Christ BuildingHarness no military or medical objection toa White Meat, per Ib.__12i/ Rosedale Peaches, 2 cans for 25c

visit being paid to him, a telegram SUGAR, 16 pounds for$1.00 Libby's Cherries, 2 cans for25c Many Other Special Grocery Bar-
Tomatoes 4 for ______25c "
cans
,
granting permission will be sent by
Salmon 2 cans for ________
Making :the war office to the relative who 10 Ibs. meal for ___________25c gains during this great Sale
may visit him. 10 lbs. Grits for ______. .__ 25c Can Corn, 3 cans for ---____25c

and RepairingAll "No passport or permit will be required Best Lard per Ib_________. .9c Can Peas, 3 cans for -______25c

but the relative, if desiring to Everything good to eat. Lowest, prices possible.A : Come! To This Sale Come!
make the visit, must carefully pre- .
kinds of leather repairing, suchas Trial is all we ask !
serve the telegram or letter granting
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
permission, observe all instructions WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
given in it and produce it before the
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
embarkation commandant at the port Co.
scissors sharpened. Kentucky Grocery
get your named.
Our
"Only one relative can be allowed J. {V. BAKER, King of Low Prices Grocery CompanyTwo
25; West Church Street in Hopkins to visit each patient. .
Shoe Shop. "Free passage and accommodationscan 47 W. Church Street Phone 329 Phones: 3 and 200 "

only be given to relatives of soldiers -
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
in a very limited number of ,
W. A. Boston
cases, and only when the relative can
9-16-12t* not afford to pay his own expenses. IMIMIMIIIIIIIMIIIiilMtlMIIMIMIItimilMMIMCAREY
"When it is possible to grant such
-
-
-- ------- free passage and accommodation, relatives -

will be notified by the record

FORD TIRESFront office.In "all other cases relatives must ANNOUNCEMENTTO HANDFUNERAL

pay their own expenses, and are
warned that accommodation will
THE PUBLIC:

$6.75 costly.probably prove very. limited and We beg to announce that our DIRECTOR

contract with the Orlando Ice '

Rear $8.25GOODEN SOCIETY WOMEN ACT AS FASHION Company having terminated we AND EMBALMERAll

:MODELSBar will on Sunday, September 12th,
: JACKSON AND 1915, assume ownership and

ORANGE AVENUE Harbor, Me.Society here will control of the ice delivery.To calls answered Promptly Dayor
entertain itself this evening in a decidedly -
novel manner. A fashion avoid possible temporary Night. Hand Block.

show will be given at the SwimmingClub. inconvenience to our patrons the

Fashion shows themselves are business will for the present be Orlando Florida.PHONE
$1.25TAMPA. -
by no means novelties; but the inter conducted from the offices of .

_ est in this show will be heightened by the Orlando Ice Company, wherea 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
the fact that in
women prominent so-
down town sales room will be
ciety will act as models.
maintained heretofore.We .
Like true Parisian mannikins they as

AND RETURNThursday will parade up and down for their will honor all ice tickets

costumes to be ogled. This is a test issued by the Orlando Ice Com- .

of grace and composure not to be pany, all tickets not paid for be-

Sept. 23 minimized in difficulty.The ing payable to us.
names of the society maids and AUTO WASUING STATIONTHE
Plans for the permanent or-
vaAtlantic matrons who will appear as manni-
kins have not all been made public ganization of the ice deliveryinto

but it is known that Mrs. John Jacob a separate department in PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

Coast LineStandard Astor will show a street gown, an our business will be announced .
afternoon costume and evening dress.
REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
Three absolutely brand autumn later.We
new
Railroad of the South to furnish "
our -
styles are promised.The propose patrons Known as "The Handy Man.

-- proceeds of the entertainmentwill ', with pure ice manufac-

go to the American ambulance tured from distilled water WE WELD CAST IRON Aluminum steel
Special TrainLeaves or any ma
corps in France. backed up by courteous and efficient -
chine parts. Work guaranteed.
Orlando 7.43 a.m. service, and respectfullysolicit
TWO BROTHERS KILLED BY THE
your support. GASOLINE AND OIL
Tickets limited date of sale and SAME SHELL
ORLANDO WATER AND
Vienna.-Two brothers, Daniel and
good on special train only. Johann Peertschacher, of St. Georgen, LIGHT COMPANY. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

were killed at the same moment and I

by the same shell at the front in
Call
For Information on
Carnia. The brothers were fightingside
W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. by side im trench when an Italian

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. shrapnel exploded over them. Both Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsWashington.The
Orlando were struck and died instantly. .



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SAVING INDIANA

Vienna.-During the second battle MAN IN WAR Thorn, the man in the hole philos-

of Rawa-Ruska Rosa Zenoch a thir- opher of the Palm Beach Post, has
teen year old Galician girl carried "Ye call me Master and Lord: and made himself famous by his charac-

water to the soldiers in the trenches ye say well; for so I am.-St. John teristic account of a recent encounter .
until one of her legs was torn off bya xiii, 13. with a professional beggar. He says
Russian ell. She was brought to in part:
Vienna where Emperor Francis Jo- Bicknell Ind.-Charles Wilson, a "Wednesday there came to my of- "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
seph, who had heard of her bravery former resident of Bicknell, who wentto fice another of those peripatetic pilgrims -
visited her in the hospital and person- Scotland to become a private in garbed "in the conventional
ally decorated her with the militarycross. the Highland light infantry, has sent black" with a look of calm resigna- Unless Budded from A Bear-

to friends here a picture of a Testa- tion and a full two years' growth of
The girl recovered and is now at a ment which saved his life in a battleon cockleburrs] on the face. I saw that
Tree of Known Qualityand
fashionable boarding school where the Aisne in France. A piece of he desired financial irritation of the ing

she will be educated at the expenseof shrapnel went through 195 pages and palm to relieve the look-but didn't
the emperor. stopped at the thirteenth verse of the know what he needed to relieve the Quantity of Produc-
Recently a young girl who claimed thirteenth chapter of St. John. Wil- whiskers. After shaking handsdidyou
to be the "heroine of Rawa-Ruska" son's letter asserts he carried the ever notice that wherever a "
appeared at Franzeznsbad, Bohemia. Testament in a pocket on his left stranger wanted to make a loan he tion. -O. W. ConnerIn

She wore a military coat with the side.Word desired to shake hands-he com-
stars of a corporal'! and her breast was was received by relatives menced to see if my leg was elastic' ;
decorated with a silver medal. The here of the death of Andrew :McGhie in other words, he commenced to pull
alleged heroine walked with the aid and Labon Tillbrook, two other Bick- it. I said there was notihng doing;
of a crutch, but seemed to be in per- nell men who went to Scotland to en- that as soon as my creditors should five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
fect health. list. They were killed in battle in learn that I had been making free onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

Society lionizezd her and showered Turkish territory. The men came to with their money they'd issue a writ brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

money and other gifts upon her. America from Scotland and lived here of digit upfor mequicko. Then he does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
When her fanciful tales finally cre- several years. petulantly inquired "Can't you be liberal -
Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
ated suspicion she went to Karlsbad' for Jesus Christ and four or-
where she also had a golden harvest $2,000,000 FUND TO BE COLLECTED phans?" I don't mean this to be pro- published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

until detectives arresetd her. In court FOR RELIEF OF POLES fane-but that's the way he said it; the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
she calmly confessed that she was an I and when I told him that I was look- from a parent of true merit.
! impostor. I Chicago.-A fund of $2,000,000 is ing after my own family first he
"Why should I not make a little to be raised in America for the war went away peeved. Never stopped to To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection

money out of that RawaRuskastunt sufferers in Poland, according to plans shake hands with me again. Nossir." as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

?" she said. "The real heroineis announced today by the Polish central been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con:

taken care of and does not need relief committee.A Specials for Satur- vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed.", May be so, but, :Mr.: ..
the cash that would
patriotic people tax of one cent a month on every Planter be trees from the known
;you sure you buy your source,
gladly give her. member of Polish-American
organiza-
day and Monday where tree is budded from
Nurseries
The swindler is only fifteen years tions co-operating with the relief' com- the Ocklawaha every a pa- .
old. mittee was suggested as a means of rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

raising the fund. The committee an- FLOUR- You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

VETERAN IRON OF CROSS 1870-71 EARNS nounced that $500,000 had been con- 12 pound sacks ____45c. and 50c great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded from .
tributed to Poland within the last
24 pound sacks ____95c. and $1.00 a bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
Berlin.-One of the oldest volunteers ycai. 4 w I .UJ:!' Tall Pink Salmon, per can ______lOc
of the German bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
army, a veteranof Kinghan's Sugar-Cured Hams

the war of 1870-71, has been dec- ALLEGES ATROCITIES IN COUR- and Bacon, per pound ____-___18c CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your;
orated with the iron cross and is LAND I Three.cans of Soup, assorted for 25c grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
highly praised in an official report 6 packages Pearline for _______25c
just published. The old hero is Hein- Paris. M. Naudeau Peaches and .
a war corre- Fancy. Prunes, 2
rich Huss, a wealthy butcher of Hel- spondent of the Journal, declares in, pounds for __________________25c
. singborg, Sweden. dispatches to his paper that the Ger- 3 packages lOc. size Toilet paper Ocklawaha Nurseries ,

After the Franco-Prussian war he mans have been guilty of gross atroc- for --------_________________25c .
emigrated to Sweden and he has lived ities in the Baltic' provinces. He details Jams, Jellies and Apple Butter, o. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida \

there more than forty years. When a number of instances of rape. per glass ____________________lOc
the present war broke out, althoughhe OR
torture and desecration of
wanton
Irish Potatoes, peck, 15 pounds__25c
was more than seventy years old, .
he reported to his former regiment as property.The MealfGrits, Scratch Feed and G. G. I.
Germans, according to M. Nau- Corn, 9 pounds for ___________25c Wright, Agent
.
volunteer.He
a deau, have established a commissionat Lard, No. 10 pails ____________$1.00
took part in the conquest of 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG. ORLANDO FLA.
i
Libau to send back to Germany Lard, No. 4 pails --____________-40c ;
Antwerp and then fought in Flanders.The .
property useful to the German gov- 6 cans 5c. Sardnes for i-________25c
long winter in the trenches shat- ernment. Forests are being cut down
tered his health and in May he had and a strict hunt is organized for .
to leave the battle' line. His condition copper and for all sorts of wire. Honest Weights and Measures
improved and he was sent to drill re-
cruits. Recently he broke down again
and his discharge became necessary. Umbrellas recovered and repaired .
"while you wait." at Young's Repair Cash Grocery Co.

Try .a Sentinel want ad. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

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85c dozen THE BIG STORESpecials

; At 89c each

TOWELS, hemmed huck, red
UMBRELLAS FOR MEN AND
borders, size 17x34, 12'/ c quality -
Saturday night only, per on Sale from 7 to 10 O'clock Saturday Night LADIES, a good rainproof top,

Saturday night only

dozen Come Be With The Crowd


85 cents Saturday night After SupperAt 89 cents





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$2.50 pair At 5 cents yard At 48 cents each '


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 Saturday night only, 9


$2.50 5 cents 48 cents



( At 69 cents each At 7 cents can At 44 cents box


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

$1.25 quality, Saturday night only, quality, Saturday night only, urday night only,


69 cents 7 Vents 44 cents







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DAILY skilled and unskilled labor, farmers, '

etc. IA Poem For The Daylt!
South Florida Sentinel SIDELIGHTS S
Keep the metropolitan press aliveas

MORNING AND WEEKLY to the unsurpassed and diversified 3y W. S. Branch.
::. GLENN .....................Edit.r Southern TilE LOST LOVE I ?
...... opportunities offered by the SavinEconomies'
W. C. ESS1NGTON Batinru M nrr I
_... Timely
-- --- States. She dwelt among the untrodden ways
Entered at the postofficc at Orlando, Flor- Aid immigration and colonization. Men sometimes show their disposition Beside the springs of Dove; y
Mail Matter. '
Ida a* Second Clam 'A
in public places. We saw a gen- maid whom there were none to
SUBSCRIl'TION RA1tSDaily. Assist the agriculturist, manufac- praise
1 Year ........................ 1&.00 mechanic laborer and others: tleman riding down Orange avenue I And few love.A .
Daily 6 Months ...................... L50 turer, the other morning. It was warm and very to
Daily. 3 Months ...................... L:5D.ly. Arrange and conduct "talks" and"lectures"
1 Month .....:................. ..5oWeekly. in New York and vicinity the flies were bothering the horse. violet by a mossy stone,

1 Year ...................... 11.00 relating to the South before trade Very naturally the horse switched his Fair Half hidden star when from the eye
as a only one
tail to drive the flies and as
away
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN bodies, churches, schools, colleges, Is shining in the sky!
ADVANCETO the driver was holding them carelessly -
neighborhood associations and others.
the horse's tail went over one rein. She dwelt unknown and few could
ADVERTISERS Keep for reference and general information know-
The driver was more to blame than
files of the newspapers and When ceased be
CaP far display and all ether hand-.ct the horse but nevertheless the Lucy to ;
adTcrtulnr .uet be handed in al the buuntM magazines of the South. poor But she is in her grave, and oh I
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ra. Establish a real estate sales and horse was jerked and yanked for a The difference to me! On Wanted Articles is on
the day before publication. This rule appliea
whole block while covered the -WilliamWordsworth..
anger
to chance for contract advertising: it lot
exchange department; also a depart-
Invariable and will be itrietly adhered ... face of Mr. Civilized Man. Mr. C. :M. o
ment especially designed to invite and the Menu for Saturdayand
discontinued seemed to think that the horse oughtto DR. McKINNON DEPARTED YESTERDAY -
The Sentinel
Subscribers desiring: obtain desirable settlers. .
should notify the office in writing on know better than brush flies while TO ATTEND DIRECTORS
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be Maintained by membership fees and '
the driver was not watching the reins. MEETINGDr. Monday. Note
eontinued at the regular subscription rates. dues, contributions from individuals,
until notice to stop is received.
Telephone Numb r .....................; 24 corporations, trade organizations and -oA -
colored undertaker in Jacksonville J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof
from other sources. these few:
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913.; has the following announcementin public instruction, left yesterday
Arrange for and conduct a compre-
one of the city newspapers: afternoon for South Carolina to at-
hensive display} in New York city of
German (Diplomats! "We wish to announce that we are tend the meeting of the board of directors -
the diversified natural and manufac-
o still furnishing a complete funeralfo of Columbia Theological Sem-
tured resources of the Southern
It will soon be a puzzle to find a ; $50. It is far above any other inary, which convenes early next Huckaback Towels
States-annually or permanently.
street in Orlando that is not paved. $69 funeral. We also furnish a com- week. He is a member of this board
Directly managed by a board of
funeral which will from the of Flor
o plete $40 surpass Presbyterian synod
governors. I Large size, full bleach, heavy make, regular $1.50
"Bryan may go to Europe as peace- Ever any $50 funeral you can get any- ida.The .
and
devising ways means to dozen
maker."-Headline. This is great where. We guarantee these funeralsto seminary will open next week ,
progress the general welfare of all
news! be first-class in every respect and and a new professor is to be formally
the Southern States and their peo- Sat. and Mon. doz. $1.10
oNo furnish any color casket desired." inaugurated. Dr. McKinnon will I
ple.
changes in the football rules are We have heard.people declare that spend the coming Sunday with friendsat
Suggested location: Broadway be-
expected. Apparently the European they "would not be found dead in Abbeville, South Carolina, and will
tween Thirty-fourth and Fortysecondstreets. Turkish TowelsThe
belligerents have developed no tactics Jacksonville," but the above bargains preach to the congregation, of whichhe

considered worthy to be added to may cause them to change their mind. was formerly pastor for six years. '
o thing for the bath room close weave,
I very ; very
He
,
those we already have. expects to be absent from Orlandoone
WINTER PARK ISSUES A FINE
Three men we would like to meet: week.RESIGNS. long pile; regular 15c. each,

After all is said and done those DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLETOF Bob Gonzales, Harry Floyd and Duke I
THAT CITY I
I Sat. and Mon..lOc. each"Prosperity"
drug stores and ice cream emporiumsgot Nicholas.-Tampa Tribune.Do POSITION WITH THE

a lot of free advertising which your durndest to Bob and Nich. BUREAU OF PLANTINDUSTRY
Winter Park has issued a hand-
was all engineered by press agents when you meet 'em, but be careful
somely illustrated booklet, which sets
who would make good advertising how you lay unholy hands on Flor- SheetsThis
forth in a most attractive manner the
managers. ida's gifted composite of Walt Whit- Mr. Harry Teal, who has been
con-
charms and delights of that attractive
will be of special interest to proprietors of
o little man and Robt. Browning.0 nected with Dr. S. C. Hood in the

September 15th was "skiddoo day" The booklet city. is edited by Dr. Hiram -0- bureau of plant industry for the past rooming houses, etc. These are sheets that will stand

for straw hats in the North. Nobody Powers, professor of romance lan- Pinellas county criminal court four years, has resigned his positionand any amount of hard wear-not too heavy-but just

seems to know just why that date guages at Rollins College. The twen- .was opened with prayer, which was a will leave Orlando Sunday morn- heavy enough. In two sizes. NO SEAMS.

was selected as the last day for straw ty-four pages are crowded with hand- : good beginning. The grand jury ing for his former home in Sycamore,

"lids," but fashion has so dictated, illustrations ; promptly found two indictments Ohio, where he will reside. Size 72x90, regular 59c. ...
somely printed repre-
and the straw hats "went. against Mendenhall, which
sentative of the life of the city and was a con-
and
I Sat. Mon. 39c.Size
o college. These illustrations combined tinuation of the good work. .

one Twenty-odd day at Miami bicycles Not were content stolen with in with the interestingly written descriptions SOME INTERESTING FIGURES The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's 81x90, regular 75c.
go to make this one of the
swiping wheels, a couple of machineswere most pleasing booklets of its kind CONCERNING IIIGIIWAYS Sat. and Mon. 59c

moved, and the culprits were no imaginable.Page IN ORANGE COUNTY BY

respecter of persons, as they went fora one of the book is devoted to ENGINEER RAMSEY Select Boarding and Day
joy ride in the car of the chief executive School for Girls
a list of a score or more of the lead- 36 inch Pure Silk MessalineOur
of West Palm Beach. Six ing resident property owners in Win- (Only such mileage is given as is 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
months on the roads will Primary, Intermediate and Academic
county stop represented by roads built build-
the practice. ter Park. On the reverse of this page or Grades regular $1.00 quality, in a large range of hand-.

appears a comprehensive map of the ing.Reply some new colors both for street or evening wear,
o :Also Musk Art
city, showing the lakes, business district to question as to the total Elocution, Physical
In the last issue of the Winter Gar- number of roads in Orange Culture and Domestic Science.
streets, railroad lines, and other county: r Sat. and Mon. 79c.
den Times a bit of verse appears, points of interest. There are 323. For Catalogues address the Rector,

written by J. F. Sullivan, relative to Following this comes the descrip- Reply to question two: The total Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M,

the Sunday closing law in Orlando.Mr. :tive matter, interspersed here and number of improved roads is 99, Orlando. Ffe. '
: Sullivan's last line of the last Dress and Suiting Ratines
i there with beautiful half tone illus Reply to question six: The numberof -
spasm reads: "For be d-d if it (Or- ;trations. Numbers of handsome res- miles of brick roads is 57; of clay,
lando) ain't dead. Mr. Sullivan has Full weight-fall colors-fine plain and combination
idences are shown, which with their or marl, 40. The number of miles of

written several bits of poetry for the well kept lawns, shaded, winding dirt road is 224. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE colorings, worth 75c. and 85c. a yard,

Sentinel but NEVER AGAIN. The drives, and glimpses of lakes in the The total annual expenditure on

poet tried to be humorous but he distance, give an appearance of pic- roads in Orange county is approxi- Sat. and Mon. 49c. yd.

failed. turesque beauty which is enough to mately $50,000. About $20,000 of

o convince even the most skeptical of this amount is devoted to new con-

, Do you read classified advertise- the delights in store for a resident of struction and $30,000 for maintenanceof White Striped and Checked
ments? You should. And should
you this happily situated town. existing roads. VANILLA

read them in the Sentinel. During Perhaps the most attractive illus- The average cost per mile of road DimitiesA

June; July and August the dull trations in the entire booklet construction when hard surfaced with TUTI FRUTI
months of the the Sentinel are clearing of many oddments, many dainty patterns,
year pub- those representing the New Seminole clay or marl is from $1,500 to $2,500.As GUAVAICE
lished more than 1,200 paid classified hotel and the Country club. there is no state appropriation for many serviceable lengths, regular 12i/, 15c., and 18c.

advertisements. During the other The Rollins College section of the roads Orange county receives no CREAMS. values.

months of the year the classified ads. money from this source.
booklet
is quite extensive and sts
in the Sentinel' will average three forth in a delightful fashion the ad- The mileage of brick road from Sat. and Mon. 10 yds. 85c.

times this number. Why? Becausea vantages enjoyed by this, Florida's north to south is twenty. On this line

morning paper is the logical news- oldest institution of higher learning. there will be three concrete bridges. AUTO LUNCHESA

paper in any community.o There are' no fords on the entire line. Dress Lawns and BatistesIn

o Under the contracts which are now SPECIALTYCLUB
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
ORLANDO BOARDOF operative all roads must be finished a host of beautiful colorings and designs, all on ><

TRADE SHOULD by February, 1916, but at the
present
SALE-Second hand Ford livery light grounds, many worth 15c and 20c. a yard.
ENDORSE THIS. truck, adapted for grocery busU rate of progress they should be fin- SANDWICH 25e

The Sentinel is in receipt of a circular ness. APtly 14 East Church street, ished not later than December 1, 1915. Sat. and Mon. 8 yds. for 68c.

letter from William Shields Mc- Auto Station. 9-18-ltc I On the completion of the roads, they

Kean, of New York, who proposes a I will be ready for dedication.G. .
"Southern Bureau of Information and LOST-One setter pup, about three R. RAMSEY, We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
months old, white with liver coloredears 70 and 72 inch Pure Linen Table
Exchange." The objects of the bureau and spots on body. Had collar Highway Engineer. and Delivered for All ,

and an outline for a constitutionare with my name on it. Reward if returned DamaskIn
to Frank D.
Guernsey. OccasiolUhat
embodied in the letter. The prop- 9-18-tfc Sentinel Want Ads Pay.

osition has the endorsement of many an exceedingly fine range of dainty conventional

noted Southern men. We believe the 1- --ir- 1..Z UT ULffrILrL.. designs, Irish manufacture. Exceptional value for 85c.
bureautis a good thing and further-

more we believe the Orlando Boardof Sat. and Mon.. yd. 53c.
Trade would do well to endorse themovement ?

at its next regular meet-

ing, notifying Mr. McKean to that ef-


fect. The: objects of the bureau are as. WE Don't Have To Make Profitsfor One Can't Live Without

follows:

For the purpose of a rendezvousfor

men and women of the South visiting a whole swarm of clerks, Department Heads : Eating

New York, business other-
wise where on or Bookkeepers etc. That is why cSh' give i Our GROCERY DEPARTMENT can solve the ques-
; among other things, information we you more
of all kinds be tion of how to do it economically. Have,you tried them?
can readily
!

obtained, more particularly relating for your money, and that is why we can give you service "This little bit of wisdom take-
to New York
city and vicinity, and
assistance rendered the visitor in mat- as well. Try to day a Stone's wrapped cake-
Just like Mother used to make-
ters of business, social affairs, pleasure -

sightseeing, etc, without cost. Ten cents at your grocers.


character Where information relating to the of South a general will We have seed Potatoes at $1.65 per bu. Fresh


be voluntarily and gratuitously fur- Butter and Eggs. We buy but strictly fresh
nished the investor, tourist, businessman none


seeker, manufacturer, mechanic, ,artisan health, and agricultu-home- Eggs, therefore have none but that kind to sell. Dickson Ives. Co.

ralist, unskilled laborer, educationalists -

and others who may wish to

know more of the South. I.

bureau Have fully the Southern supplied States with literatureof keep the The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .DfPARTMENT STORt.

all kinds relating to the geogra-

phy, topography, soil, climate, health, S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ttTHE

rivers and harbors, mountains and

valleys, fish, game, educational ad- I

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A GREAT DAY Thirty-four members have been added
AT FINE CASTLE. j during the ;year. GRANDTODAY .!AA

The W. C. T. U. open air meetingand Mrs. Geo. Banschbach's resignation Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
JYau -- institute day held at Pine Castle as secretary was accepted, and )Irs.A. .
picnic grounds by Taft, Pine Castle A. Patch elected to fill the va can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants .

and Conway unions, was a day of cancy. a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.

pleasure and profit to the communities Thirteen departments of the forty

participating as it brought together six will be considered this next year

in a social way the residentsof temperance, literature,. evangelical JinmiIton IIatck
.1 quqite a scope of the county. Picnickers meetings, flower mission, mothers

began to arrive early in the meetings, penal reform, press work, Another of those Big BroadwayStar
day enduring the pouring rain of the Union Signal, law enforcement, Sunday ..n,Railroad TimttteptrefAmerica"

morning, but all in the spirit that school, peace and purity, red let Features This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by&6,*.
makes an enjoyable, profitable day,: twilling er days, and antinarcotics.The of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is i enfore si.
to take "PAWNS We can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton moYo-
rain or sunshine and next meeting will be held i in OF MARS" ;
I IAN meat fitted to watch All
I your present case. .rises for men and women. A
keep sweet. ,
I the ladies' parlor of the Methodist _
The long tables were loaded with church the first Friday in October EXCEPTIONAL THREE I II .
the very best that culinary art could and needs a full attendance to pre I &
roduce, and at 1 o'clock, the school pare for the convention. ACT SPECIAL I Allen & Company

teachers and school children arrivedo i -
join in the midday fest. The teachers NOTICE, Featuring Charles Kent, Doro- Jewelers

having begun school early in order REBEKAHS.
i hy Kelly, James Morrison, L.I .
:::1 to' dismiss at this time to join in i There will be a called meeting at .
; the pleasures of the day. the Odd Fellows Hall, Saturday even Rogers Lytton, George Cooper
Rev. Brown, of Taft M. E. church, ing, September 18th, at 7:30 o'clock.
offered the blessing and as he closed All members of the degree staff are !nd other Vitagraph Stars.

aU heartily enjoyed the spread. I urged to' be present. One of the greatest Vitagraph THE TIME TO PAINT

I Immediately following dinner Mrs. F. L. Anderson, noble grand. is right now. Don't let things go
I S. S. Griffin ran his car into lIan.1 -0- Casts that ever appeared in this 4 until the house, barn, fence or floor ;.

I for a platform for the speakers and I SOCIETY NOTESOF begins to look shabby. A little of our
city.
Senator F. M. Hudson, of Miami, who' INTEREST. ready to use paint will put your home
is a candidate for governor, was in- Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell and little E ,, in fine trim and save you the cost of a
can feel sure troduced. lie spoke in an especially sons, Joseph and Markham, returned REMEMBER: ITS A VITA- "! much bigger paint bill later on. _
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interesting way of clear head and last
I evening over the Atlantic GRAPH FEATURE
that the car is exactly brains for those who are employed on Coast Line after an all summer's, -
our railroads and how much more im sence. Dr. Howell the '
spent greater t
1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
as good as it i portant it is that men of clear mindand I I j portion of his time in Boston, Mass., HELEN HOLMES 1
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brain be at the head of all our I where he took a post graduate course s r 205 S. Orange Avenue ),

looks if you wil] i government remarks three offices.rousing As he cheers closed were his I at Harvard. Howell Medical and sons College visited, whi1eMrn. relatives That daring Kalem girl will appear COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
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given for Mr. Hudson. The next and friends in Pennsylvania; in --
remember the speaker, Miss Ruby Welts, demonstrated They were accompanied home by their II. .It. .'I i U I I: U U a a II 11I11 II II 11111. 11111',.

the "model contest" depart niece, Miss Ruth Mcintyre, who will "THE BOX CAR : 9 i | A
wide ment. She recited "A Bottle of spend the winter with them. TRAlP"I I:
experience I The New Ice
Tears," and as the audience followedher CompanyPHONE j

.which trend of thought through the Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Miller reached I
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touching and pathetic scenes she po r- home last evening from Tunkhannock, 675
THE BEST BILL IN THE CITY
trayed, the tears &
were falling from Pa., where they have spent the su m-
Dodge Bros. havehad the eyes of many whose hearts had I mer. t

been touched. Delivery Daily

in motor car Mrs Belle Avery, president of the SWEET POTATOES 5 cents 10 cents 1
Taft W. C. T. U., was introduced and 1
in the capacity of district Special sale for Saturday, 35c. per i
construction. superintendent peck. Our Grocery Co. Phones 3 Wait for our wagon. We think
; of scientific temperance instruction and 200. 9-18-lt ... '
read the laws of Florida on YOU will like our ice. ,

this subject and then by request gave ORLANDO MAN IN JUGGERNAUT

a, reading impressed upon her mind -
when a child in school, from McGuf- While Thursday evening was not

fey's reader, entitled, "Strong DrinkIs Paramount day at the Grand theatre, j The New 'Ice Company
;
"
Raging. For several minutes it was a, paramount audience in size

Surely it is not Mrs. Avery held the rapt attention of and appreciation. The occasion for
her hearers, who later expressed their such a large audience was the intr 111,1",1".1" &
appreciation by their cheers. duction of the new V. L. S. E., or
assuming too The department of law enforcement Blue Ribbon service. The productionwas
" 'I'I" " 'IIII""I'
was brought to us in a forcible way "The Juggernaut," and to say ROOf GARDN(
much, for exam by Rev. Mr. Slater, of Orlando. Mr. that every one was pleased expresses j
Slater is lately from Kansas, wherehe it mildly. The railroad wreck in

ple to that has served in a politcal way as which an engine and an entire train ..
say mayor; and in other offices. He made of cars crashed through a bridge into' .. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM O'NEALI ;

DODGE BROS clear and plain the results of strict the river was so realistic that many ..
enforcement of state laws of Kansas, in the audience were made to gasp TODAY :
when the people became aroused from with horror.

should be skilled their lethargy regarding the prohibition Mr. Jenkins Dolive, the former popular I f
laws written on the statute books circulation manager of the Sentinel -
in axle construe of Kansas. He gave a great deal of was seen to good advantage in
credit and paid high tribute to Carrie :the production, and his many friends "THE BOUNDRY RIDER"A

tion as they havemanufactured Nation, !gating that a monument is i in Orlando hope to' see him mount t CURTIS & O'NEAL
now to be erected in her honor costing I pinnacle of fame in the actors' world. A feature photo-play in Five Big
,
.
$10,000. I
Manager Tallman
was warmly
congratulated
Pine Castle W. C. T. U. Acts. Don't fail to see it.
as had the
a full over success of the
chorus of voices prepared and fur- new feature. The Blue Ribbon offering Insurance Loans Real Estate

many as 225,000rear nished several inspiring songs during next Thursday will be a picturization -
the program. Mr. Ernest Hoff- of the popular Harold MacGrath Rentals

axles man led the songs. After the program novel, "Graustark," and undoubtedly The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
per year the gathering lingered to meet this will prove as popular as Thursday -
The One-Price Theater
old friends and make new ones. night's production.
The count was made while at din-

ner and 161 were at the table, though SWEET POTATOES

several were enjoying bathing in the Special sale for Saturday, 35c. per 10 cents D cents
peck. Our
Grocery Co.
lake and several auto loads came and 200. Phones 3
later, swelling the crowd to over two' 9-18-lt -
hundred. NOTICEOf ESTABLISHED rasaHand's t

Pine Castle union furnished ice :Monday: "Women and War, in 3
water for all, and disposed of a generous Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, parts.
supply of ice
cream and lemon Laws of Florida I
ade the proceeds of which will be .IIIIIII.II.IIII..I..t'II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
used in their work. Notice is hereby given that E. Harold -
MARY F. HUXTABLE. Johnson, of Orlando, Fla., pur-
chaser
of tax certificate No. 1600,
dated the 4th day of June, A. D. 1854) ,
/ W. C. T. U. SHOWS GROWTH has filed said certificate in my office,
and has made application for It
DURING tax
YEAR.
deed to issue in accordance with law.
The last meeting of the W. C. T. U Said certificate embraces the follow .
i
;year was opened by singing "Wo- ing described property; situated in
men's Cause Shall Win." Mrs. A. A. half Orange of county, Florida. to-\s'it: East

Gould, president then gave a Scripture west quarter southwest of quarter of south-
section 6, township
I. W. reading which was followed by a 22 south, range 29 east-:20 acres.
chain of prayer. The said land being assessed at the
The three date of the issuance of such certificate '
I new members who joined in the
name of unknown.
recently, being present, were given Unless said certificate shall be re- Pure Ice Cream
the white ribbon salute. deemed according to law, tax deed
Superintendent of flower missions, will issue thereon on the 19th day of .
PhillipsSOWS October, A. D. 1915.
Mrs. W. W. Wright, her
gave ;yearly; Witness my official signature and
report, which shows that her department seal this the 18th-day; of September,

duties.has been 675 attending bouquets faithfully have been tits o A.(Seal.D. 1915.) Clerk B.1.. ROBINSON, Made In Orlando
Circuit Court
& distributed, and Orange ,
seven designs for de County, Florida. -- t tf.
ceased members furnished.The .
amount of valuation of meals SWEET POTATOES
and delicacies given is estimated to Special sale for Saturday, 35c. per ; I
be $198.Iedical attendance amount peck. Our Grocery Co. Phones 3

; ing to $60 was met by the union. 25 a Phone 566.666 .

visits have been made by the I
tee.The aFavorite
union loses a faithful superintendent

when Mrs. Wright finds i i
impossible to .
continue in that capac TODAY'S PROGRAM
ity.; She will be out of the city for Reliance. "The Deadly Focus." .
some weeks in Kentucky and Tennes Thanhouser. "The Refugee." Al-
win in a difficult position. .
see.The Princess. "A Rural Romance." A
membership of the union i is
Open at 6:15 .
; start at 6:30.
114 and is constantly increasing Five cents to all. I .. tEI
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HOW TO HANDLE BEES AND

NOT GET STUNGIn I r----I ___

What do I I
you GARDEN SEED !
for in the current issue of Farm and FOR SALEWill
hope a Fireside Frank G. Well tells how he

handles bees with safety. lie can puta _
varnish ?
hatful of bees on his unprotectedhead

scoop up a quart and tuck New Crop Onion Sets Just offer for sale for a few days
them inside his shirt, next the skin-

hTEAWON all this without being stung, except. ArrrvedCome the property corner Orange Avenue,
rarely as a result. of carelessness.The

following extract taken from the in to see us.Ve are famous for our High Quality Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

article gives Mr. Odell's explanationof Seeds, and Low Price

UL.JTRO&tth7sffEs safety.why he can handle bees with the skating rink property, for $26,000.


"That much .abused term 'confi- $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
dence,' which overworked by poli- City Drug StoreJ.

ticians, is the biggest asset in han- and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

dling bees or men. L. DEAN, Prop. v ORLANDO, FLA.
"Among humans all degrees of intelligence -

education, or physical fit-
When you buy varnish for your .
floors you hope that it will improve ness yield alike to mastering im
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the appearance of those floors and For illustration, witness the
pulses. I
that it will be durable. TilE SEPTEMBER WOMAN'S STRANGE DISEASE AMONG OREGON -
psychology of a panic-stricken crowd.
sold for HOME COMPANIONThe I ANIMALSIn
Unfortunately much that is
mental fitness
Here all physical or
floor varnish won't realize that hope -
the of the moment.It .
for YOtLLawson's yields to impulse September Woman's Home the current issue of Farm and

Lustra Elastic Floor Varnish is much the same with bees. Companion, in addition to its regular Fireside, an Oregon contributor describes p

has easily a wonderful applied because deep lustrous it works finish.easily.It It is i "A hiveful of bees dumped in a entertaining and practical features, in part as follows the strange I _H __ ___ ___ ___ _
is unequalled! for durability and will not mass with a sudden jerk which dislodges I
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- contains thirteen illustrated pages disease that has sprung up among an-
free in from five to seven hours and gets them from the combs must be about fall fashions. In fact, the issueis imals in the far west: and
hard in twenty-four hours. Engraved Stationery
imbued with a sense of panic. Bees, "
Lustro has ( called a "fashion forecast number. "Our locality is afflicted with a
As for economy. a covering
capacity that is wonderful. being creatures of intelligence, are Grace Margaret Gould, the fashion mysterious disease that affects all
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor "I like humans in that they can thinkof editor presents all the latest information kinds of animals. Several experts InvitationsDon't t
Varnish at our risk,returnable it unsausI time with
: but one thing at a given about fashions and at the same have examined the brains of dogs and I

facTory.Made by Valentine & Co. I: success. Under the condition set time interprets styles to average women coyotes that have died with the disease ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
the individual
forth, panic usurps so that they can make practicaluse and pronounced it hydrophobia."The because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
Manufacturers of sense of self-defense which leads the of her suggestions. :Miss Gould disease has now spread into and the in Orlando.
deliver goods
abused bee to If that is not
sting.
ALSPAR and adheres to her well known principlethat all the counties of eastern Oregon.
V VAL-ENAMEL the answer I have none, and thou- in matters of style women can, "Besides dogs and coyotes, pigs, QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

sands of demonstrations under every by taking thought, be in fashion and sheep, cows, and horses are affected PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
of condition to demon-
) sort appear of with the disease.
yet not spend extravagant sums same
strate the theory. money. It is her aim to show women "As soon as animals become affected W. S. BRANCH
All to be had atFINLEY'S "Do not gather from this that thereis ,
exactly how they can achieve this they look wild and want to travel.
involved in the THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
PIONEER PAINT no danger gentleart end, and she does her task with extraordinary Hogs jump up off the ground speal-
of stunts with bees. The
STORE doing -- -- -- ------ -
skill. ing and biting. Some of the animalsare -
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. operator must be 'on edge' every sec- In the same issue :Madame Melba, also affected in their backs, oth-

ond to avoid unnecessary movements the famous opera singer, writes entertainingly ers in their legs. SKATING RINKLADIES'
which will his "
anger pets. under the title, "Two Favorite "A number of farmers have lost as

$1,000Will Songs and How I Sing Them;" high as ten head of stock. Nearly all

GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATIONThe Ida M. Tarbell contributes an article the dogs and coyotes in the localities
entitled, "The Pursuit of Culture;" first affected have died from the effects SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

proclamation of Governor :Mary Ware Dennett writes on "What I of.the disease. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

buy a choice building lot in Dr. Trammel!, received here, is as follows the Ballot Will Not Do for Women;" "So grave is the situation that the -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT ,
C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus : and Anna Steese Richardson discusses state has placed a bounty of $300 on INSTRUCTORS.Open .

grove on North Orange avenue over- State of Florida, Executive Office "Mrs.: Larry's Adventures in coyotes in an effort to exterminate

looking :I-..... ivanhoe. There are by the Governor, A Proclamation: Thrift. them and a fine of $100 is imposedon 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. Whereas, a Georgia-Florida Dixie Fiction is contributed by :Mary any owner whose dog is found at

The bricked street splits the lots, highway convention has been calledi Raymond Shipman Andrews, :Mary large without being muzzled." Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

which will have a frontage of 62 feet by the Jacksonville chamber of com- Heaton Vorse, Patience Bevier Cole, I

by 150 feet depth on the east side of merce, to be held in the city of Jack. Sylvia Chatfield Bates, Lee Pape and WRITES FAREWELL BELGIUM

sonville, September the 28th and 29th, :Margaretta Tuttle. ADMISSION: : -- 1O CENTS
All Four Soldand Havre, France. Luis Hooismanns
i for the purpose of furthering and ,
'promoting the interest in the Dixie SAVANNAH EDITOR LEAVES Belgian minister of state, who died

branch roads and road $100,000 ESTATE here Thursday left with his son,
highway good
the price is fully 25 per centless '
than the real value. Each lot on generally in the states of Georgia and Savannah, Ga., Sept. 15.The will I Eduard, an envelope marked "Not to Rollins; College Winter ParkOldest
the east side of the street has about Florida, and, of the late Elmer N. Hancock, forI be opened until the day after my ,

20 large budded bearing trees. The Whereas, it is of vital interest to more than a quarter of a century editor death." The envelope was found to College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, r

ground is high and sightly. Building the people of Florida, that this con. of the Savannah Morning News, contain a farewell to the Belgian Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Ar.s, Business -
restrictions will protect the home vention be made a thorough success, was filed for probate yesterday. It statesmen, king and country, writtenin Teachers' Course.
disposes of an estate worth the conviction that he never wouldsee
builder. The has cut the price and prac-
owner Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium -
upon my guarantee to make a quick Whereas, the success of the Dixie tically $100,000. his own land again. no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of

sale. There is nothing like it in the :highway project will be of great ben --- --- -- -- -- music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
for Business School, full banking New chemicaland
rooms .equipment.
for price and location. Call efit to state
city today our ,
physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device: analysis of
me up by phone or come to the office. Therefore, I, Park Trammell, gov- FORAGE GROCERY CO. soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
My time and auto are at your service. ernor of the state of Florida, by virtue boating, swimming, golf, tennis football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. of the power vested in me do WHOLESALE AND RETAIL nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. FlaTlbe -
-- hereby designate and proclaim September -
28th and 29th Dixie
E. C. YoungRoom Days, and recommend, that Highway the citizens Saturday And All Next Week Specials

of Florida observe such days ina

10 McNeill & Davis Block. fitting manner and lend their cooperation :bvdarket
Best granulated sugar, 16 Ibs. .$1.00 3 cans corn, good grade . 2:>c.
in making the conventionin .
Phone 569. Jacksonville a great success.In Rest lemons, per doz. . .. .. 15c. :3 cans early June peas . . 25c.: OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
3 cans baby size cream, Gold or
testimony whereof I have here Georgia butter, fresh shipment
.Globe . . . . . lOc. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
MisdirectedEconomy unto set my hand and caused the per lb. . . .. .. . .. 30c.
3 lbs. onions, cabbage, northern FRESH AND SALT MEATS
great seal of the state of Florida to
Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold turnips . . . . . lOc. under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
Kept .
be affixed at Tallahassee the
capital,
Seal and other butter . .. 35c.; Irish potatoes, per peck :. . 25c.;
this the 14th of screened from the flies and kept fresh
day September A. D. ,
Sliced bacon, lb. box .. .. . 32c. per bushel . . . . 90c. away
1915. and
Snowdrift, large pail .. . 95c.; Fresh snap beans lb. . 0 . lOc. pure.
Trying to save a few cents by I (Signed) PARK TRAMMELAttest : Crisco, large pail . . . 83c.l'iIlsbury's I Sweet potatoes very nice, pt'ck.IOe.. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. haveeverything
: Governor. in the Meat Line.
having your work handled by inferior : II. CLAY CRAWFORD best flour, 24 lb. Prunes and fancy peaches, Ib.. lie.

hands. sack . . . . . .$1.00 I Rum ford. Calumet or Royal bak-
Secretary of State. Co.
Your personal influence is Best pastry flour, 24 lb. sack. | ing powder, per can . . 22c. H. M. Self &

greatly enhanced when you are THIS plain or S. R. . . . 95c.; 17 j cans sardines . . . 23c.; I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
clad in immaculate linen.Orlando. COW HOLDS A WORLD'SRECORD :Macaroni and spaghetti 3 pkgs. 25c.; I j Tall salmon per can . . 9c.

4 Ibs. best head rice . .. 2c.; I PRICES ON FEED

Pure ground coffee, per Ib. . 13c.; I j Cotton seed meal . .$1_,_) and $1.30 -

Following are the facts about a White House coffee, per lb.. .. 33c. I j Shorts . . ... . . .$1.80 .
cow with, a world's record, taken from Maxwell House coffee, per lb. 30c. ,|Sweet feed . . . . .$1.73

the current issue of Farm and Fire- 8 bars Lenox soap . . . 25c.; IOats . . . .. .$190 and $2.00
Steam LaundryFRENCH | ,
side: 13 bars Octagon soap . . 50c. I Beet pulp . . . . .$1.80 ORLANDO "ROOFING
DRY CLEANERS "The world's record for butterfat 7 pkgs. Pearline or Naptha .. 23c.; (Best I wheat, . .. . . .$2.40 ANL: t

LAUNDERERS production is again broken, this time 2 bottles extract . .... 15c. ; Best chick feed . . . .$2.10 \

by the stable mate of the former 2 No. 2 lamp chimneys .. .. 15c. j Magic feed for hens . . 20c. SHEET METAL CO.
PHONE 88 world champion' who held the title 2 bottles household ammonia. 15c. Salt, per 100 lb. sack . .. 63c.;

- --- -- for only three months. The new 2 pkgs. corn starch . . 13c. I i j j All these prices good for all next
dairy queen is a Holstein-Friesian Best No. 2 cans new peas . 7c. week., t

FOR SALE! cow, Finderne Pride Johanna Rue No. ... for . . . 0 .. .. 25c. Call 638 and save money. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
,
121083.
SCREENS WHAT AM I t
and Rubber
"She gave in one year 28,403.7 Roofings ,
SCREENS pounds of milk, equal to 13,211

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. quarts, or over nine gallons a day. Forage Grocery Company Cornices, kYlIghts. .Healing! Ventilating, Metal_.Ceilings ,

John W. Pounds, Agent This milk contained 1.1J6.47 poundsof TELEPHONE 638

Box 703 butterfat, equal to over 4 poundsof Works: 14 E. Church St. S = ORLANDO ,
butter a day. She hails from New t

Jersey." II a
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For Sale At AXREWARDSGERMAXIBerlin.Capt. Notice to the Public :---- i


Armand Rochefort, f I
Your Price a wounded French officer who is nowa Market
The Orlando Meat
prisoner at Mayence, has sent a Desiring to give our teams and drivers a rest on l I I
thousand francs to the family of
German soldier to whom he owes his a Sundays we have mutually agreed to discontinue the gen- I T. A. YANCY Jr., Manager .

life. The captain was struck by a eral delivery ice on this day. Our storage rooms: will

10-Room House Lot 180x200 fragment of a German shell during be open for the accommodation of the public, but ice will I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ,

faces on three streets 2 blocks one of the battles in the Argonne forest I be delivered to the commercial trade only. ; Florida and Western Meats
A few
minutes
later the Please fill boxes Saturday.THE I
from center of City, east side. tion of his company was posi-\I\ your on .
Oysters, Fish, Poultry,' Vegetables, Game, Etc.
Franz Schneidlein a corporal of a ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY,
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. I 1
Wuerttemberg regiment, found him By D. A. Cheney. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
unconscious in the trench and carried
him through a hail of bullets to the THE NEW ICE COMPANY, / Business 135 P. 0. BOX aa6l
'ambulance station. By F. A. Rollins. PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

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WANTS I: ROBINSON & BEARBALLATTORNEYATLAW Worthington Blackman


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The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want ,
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
I I : worth Building.
I Terms Cash in Advance. I

Cement, Agatfte Plaster and Lime I RATES I

For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH DAVIS & GILES
\ For Three Days ___,________50c
For Six Days _______________75c '
1 For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
b This rate applies on all ads of I'
172
Phone
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains 72
than 25 words the
= .r I will be more one cent per word rate for Room Watkins Block iI i iI iI ;Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
''I each additional word, for each in- I I Davis & McNeil Block
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
I payable' the following day. I i ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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Every Home--Every Business i R. RAY WHITE I
I Every Man has use for a Ij j 161
fe4 Sentinel Want Ad. ATTORNEY-AT LAWRoom

I No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla.
FOIL A..t. 44

I FOR SALE-One choice Poland China Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
1 1j 1p I boar and some nice gelts. T. J. I'I'I F. A. PEPPERCORN
1 Wilson, Box 28, Route 1. 9173t'I:
p I I BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
FOR QUICK SALE 20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 37
very fine for citrus or subdivision purposes -II
$100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
What's the Matter With the 6-9-tf
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ii 'DR. N. L. BRYAN}
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FOR SALE OR RE rgood upright -
PLUMBINGSALLAS&SALLAS
piano. Call at Our Grocery
Hot WaterWhat
Co., 6 and 8 East Pine. 9-1G-3tc DENTIST .
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Phone TIG .
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't pet his hot water! How FOR RENT
r.uickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel 20S Boone StreetI'hone
FOR RENT-Splendid office in the Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
room.
Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, 597.
You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your agent. 9-15-tfc Bldp
I.home. be any less modern and complete?

A Gas Water Heater Is the Solution FOR RENT-Fuller; Lucerne Circle residence; for season.furnished L. Percival Hutton

Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.
A circulating or instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot watere' I 9-15-tfc SURVEYING '37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
all the year 'round-independent of janitors, hotel clerks or your own
nace. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms Plating and Sub-Dividing I ARCHITECT
I : it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. fure" at 306 East Church street; cheap
We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various } I rate to permanent parties; no children McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
taken. 9-17-tfc PROMPT AND ACCURATE
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today?

FOR RENT-By the season, month, WORK Florida.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO housekeeping or year, one; also upstairs other flat rooms for,light andgarage HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

electric lights and bath in '
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. Engineer "
GAS DEPARTMENT 9-10-tfc

LOST-Setter dog. Reward if returned 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
\ to G. F. Fish, No. 1 Gore 1i.

.. ... ..... ,"' .A. .... avenue. 9163tcYOUNG'S Phone 72
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l -. p.,.. 'L_' -. ..i. fH # '1rn' ,i. -y..l_
::. r REPAIR SHOP has installed -
outside service
an depart-
ment and is prepared to give you Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
prompt attention. We have a compe-|
tent man who will fit keys, repair j OPTOMETRIST
and Counsellor at Law
your trunk, or do anything in the re- II| ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
pair line. He is ready to go at your FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
.. call now. Just phone 304. I I
9-12-lmoc Davis & McNeil BIdg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

I ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPAmKO
44lilllllllMMfr.. PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana tomato 1
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field and Flat Dutch cabbage wake-I'
23c. per 100, delivered, postpaid.

land endish banana and Preston's plants, lOc." to 25c. each. I McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

H souTh" APOPKA CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE [ [ 9-15-d&w-tfc Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. I ARCADEMILK FOR


LAWN MOWERS and
sharpened
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Caruthers FlowersLeave
FLORIDA Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
-- your orders here
WHEN YOU WANT any carpenter
work, repairs on your house, sleep'
: ing porch, screens, etc., call at Tracy's

A All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- .. 9-12-6t Carpenter* Shop, 18 East Church St. DEPOT .Violet@ Dell Florist.


fruit Trees in fine condition at. the very lowest TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers -
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
anything in the repair line is
prices :: :: :: :: ; BUTTER MILK
our line. Just phone 304, Young'sRepair 509. 408 South Lake st.
Shop, and our man will call
Fresh Every Day.
at once. 9-12-1moc .
5c. per glass
COOK & BAAS. ,
The rainy season is the best time to set 25c. per gallon
Agents, will attend to fire insur-
your
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep ance promptly. Christ building. CREAM AND MILK CUNT BASS

one year's .growth in advance of trees Iset 1-9-17-lmoc BUTTER PHONE 375 ,

next fall. NOTICE Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street A

We are offering some rare bargainsin I SANDWICHESARCADEMILK Successor to
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where dollar
groceries. Buy your
counts. Hand Wood
Medium Snowdrift _____________40c. CompanyWood
Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : Crisco ________________________40c. .
Good pastry flour, 12 Ibs for45c. of All Kinds

prices, to the above address 9-17-6t Mixed spices _MODEL_________GROCERY.___half price DEPOT I PROMPT SERVICE A


1 -- j RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one REASONABLE PRICE
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL 11'11'1"1"1' " " '

:
Messrs. N. P. Yowell and E. G.

Duckworth spent yesterday at Daytona -
Beach.


Cottage-cheese, at the Arcade Milk I
in Depot.' 1-9-18-ltc
Travel Panamaand

everywhere on American territory is simplified by "A.B.A.: Miss Ruby Wilson, of Apopka, who FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
has been visiting Miss Ethel Sharpe,
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques at 203 Librty street, returned home
are lf'identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for esterday.
business or pleasure. $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando ard.Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand-


Quite a number of Orlandoites who YOU SPEND

have been spending the summer Inthe
mountains of North Carolina are
expected home this evening.


Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-tf YOU SAVE .

Mr. W. W. Bell, a prominent shingle -
manufacturer of Conoley was
among the business transactors in
$10 A YEAR
Orlando yesterday.Ride HIF

; b 8-18-tf Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.


Miss Annie Anderson, who has
been visiting her father, Mr. A. T.

yesterday Anderson,for on Sanford Concord where avenue she, will left YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[ I

attend school.


H. Kanner's New York Bargain
Store will be closed today until 5:30 .
in the afternoon. We will be open
Saturday night with a special lot of
bargains. 1-9-18-ltc

Mr. Y. R. Beasley traveling passenger .
:: agent of the Atlantic CoastLine The Peoples National Bank

I with headquarters in Tampa, .
was seen on Orlando's thoroughfares
.
'esterday.

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"ELDER" Spring WaterIS How much did you save last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Miss Agnes Mussel\\hite, who has
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Walters -i ,11.1.1.1,1111..11,11..1,1.0",1 ..,

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD at DeLand for the past three
weeks. returned home yesterday af- .. . . . (lllllllllMHIIIIIIIIII IllinillllllllllllllllllNew

ternoon.
TRY Better TRY

IT BEST IT Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.


18-21-tf Popular. Jack Sullivan, formerly of Studebaker 'CarsI

Orlando, but now making his home in

Kissimmee, where he is the manager
of the Yellow Pine Lumber company.
was in the city yesterday greeting \

friends. Here This Week .

How much did you :save! last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-t

Wait and see what values you can get .
Mr. and }Irs. O. H. Douglass have

returned from their trip to the Great
for and $885
Lakes region, visiting friends in Chi- $1050
cago and Erie, Pa. They report a
most delightful outing, but are gladto
be back in Orlando.

JUST "RECEIVED CAR Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. f
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LOAD OF spending Miss Hallie the past King,two who months has been in San Juan Garage Company j ;

Touring Cars Carrsville, Ky., visiting relatives and *,
friends, returned home yesterday afternoon OrlandoDaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
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over the Atlantic Coast Line.
$482.00 DeliveredF. She was joined in Sanford by her
mother, Mrs. W. R. King, who has
been visiting friends in that city.
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G. RUSH Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for II'.I..II'I . . . . .MMItlllMIIMIMIMIilIM4MIMI

32 East Church Street Phone 226IHMMMIIIMMIi you. 3-12-U ----
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inent and popular citizens of the Con-

way vsitors section to ,Orlando were among)'esterday.Irs.the welcome. Who Will Be Your Executor?

Huxtable is one of the prime moversin
J W. C. T. U. work and has chargeof
ANSWER NO. 2
thirty-three unions in her district,
. '"' the third, of Your estate be materially impaired as a t Y .
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, nole and Volusia counties. direct result of the appointment of an executor. a
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or trustee. ,r
1 I Full line of bread, rolls, cakes and individual is appointed
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress : pies at Carl Jansen's Bakery (successor When an .
correctly. to Chas. Rock). Our customers The financial responsibility is generally} weaker. t 't .
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer say "the best bread we ever ate."
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into Give us a trial. We aim to please. It is usually provided in wills that the person r _. .
society." 1-9-18-ltc -i nominated to serve as executor shall'be excused 1

Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will from giving bonds. z2 b ,
make yourself attractive or repulsive at wilL Guests registering at the San Juan ;
When bonds are supplied, it is at the ex-
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe hotel yesterday included John C. surety t
partial security -
artistic and it will attract to a corterie of pense of the estate and then only S
temperament you Dyer, W. 3!. Coble Chas. Doll, Jack-
gentility. sonvifie; Mrs. G1.. Beede St. Pe- against loss is provided. ?
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each '
tersburg; J. S. Jones Jr., Atlanta When a Trust Company is selected- $
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article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No s
two articles are alike no more than there are two human beings R. L. Tignor, Zanesville, Ohio; W. T. The positive advantage of strong financial re-'W
exactly alike.If Jones New York; E. H. Lewis, Bos- sponsibility is secured.A I
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. ton; V. W. Gould and son, DeLand; i
it the entire financial ,
bond which has behind
If you are just a "climber visit the Evans store and you S. Doemitz Toledo; W. W. Braddj.
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will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans Lalla, S. C.: strength of the Institution is always filed with L
store will make you happy and if you are "happy anyway"come 'I the Probate Court ,*"nn .-*,t to the estate. ;
in and be sociable. 4
Answer No. 3 will appear m a subsequent issueof
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. DoctorsBuekinaster
s si
Jewelry Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and this newspaper.
China. Statuary Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell & Bnindag
Work, anything artistic.
Original designing done for special platinum work. : OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further ty
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 -
132 S. Orange Ave.. shove PMf\J.J. glad to advise.
National Bank. PW fi7R

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


T. H. EVANS Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE

MASSEUSE Orlando, Florida
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Headquarters Standard Barber Shop
WELER Facial Massage. Manicuring. Capital, Surplus andtProfits $141,000.00

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