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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 21, 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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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER: 21, 1915. NUMBER: 190.




GERMAN TROOPS VICTORS ON SERBIAN





FRONT ; PRESAGES TURKISH OFFENSIVE



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TO TRO-GERMAN RELIEVE-: TURKS AIM IS IN AUS- VI. FLA. BRANCH DIXIE HY I lARGE INTERESTS BOOKLET TUBE PRINTED 9 GRMANY[ r SAYS SHE WILL


:MAKING DRIVE WILL BE OFFICIALLY BY BOARD OF TRADE



BULGARIA REMOVES RESTRICTIONSGreece CONfiRMED WILL NOT IMMEDIATELY Y SEND[ NOT[ WhICh 'Will L


May: Jump on Side of the
AT CHATTANOOGA FIRST; lOAN AND WILL BE DISTRIBUTED

Allies if Bulgaria Joins WEEK IN OCTOBER BY PRESSING NEED FOR

AustroGermansTurksOther HY. DIRECTORS BOOKLET OF FACTS [END ALL "SUB" TROUBLE E

News KUHN, LOEB & COMPANY:

Every :Mile of the West Florida DECLINE TO HELP Information in Proposed Book-
London, Sept. 20.-German troops Branch of Great Highway let Will Be Answer to All : -
have reached the Serbian frontier and ALLIES Brief Bulletins. COUNT BERNSTORFF WILL
Guaranteed Result Questions Concerning
victorious in their first clash -
were
BE ABLE TO SETTLE
with the Serbs today. This is officially of FightBy OrlandoThe Ticked Off Wire I
B1LION DOLLAR CREDIT MAY FAIL
announced by Berlin today. The WITH STATE DEPT.
announcement is believed to presage ( International News Service) Board of Trade met at the San At Late Hour

the long expected Teuton drive Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 20.-With Juan hotel last evening and passed a
Reported Other Interests Have I S SAN INTOLERABLE SITUATIONAn
I
through Serbia having for its object the official confirmation by the board resolution that a booklet containingfacts
the relief of the Turks. ''of directors of the Dixie Highway As- Announced That They Will and general information be published Southampton, Eng.-Mrs. \Iadwin I

Coincident with this was the news 'I'sociation, which will be made at the Not Participate in at once for distribution I Drummond, who died on Saturday, Urgent Cablegram Tells of
that Bulgaria had let it be known meeting of the board to be held the :throughout the country. W. S. Branch, continued almost to the last the per
that all restrictions against the pass- first part of October, the Dixie high- Big Deal chairman of the sub-publicity com- sonal supervision of the Red Cross Fresh Difficulties BetweenU.

of goods through that country to way will have a western division in mittee, gave his report, in which the hospital into which at the outbreak of S. Importers and
age New York, Sept. 20.-Kuhn, Leob the war her home was converted.Mrs. .
Booklet formed the main
Turkey would be removed. Berlin's Florida. Formal notice of the agree- proposition
Britain
& Company have decided not to take Drummond, who formerly was Great
interpretation of this statement is that ment of the Florida commissioners, part. Mr. Branch said railroad com-
any part in floating the proposed loan Mrs. Marshall Field, Jr. of Chicago,
lion. G. W. Saxon of Tallahassee to advertis- ,
Bulgaria) has definitely decided to ally panies were eager secure Washington, Sept. 20.-State de-
herself with Germany, Austria and and lion. S. A. Belcher, of Miami, appointed to England and France, the Interna- ing matter about Orlando for imme- gave her time to nursinghundreds of partment officials have been informed
by Governor Trammell of tional News Service was informed to- diate distribution.A wounded men. Her death occurred I l
Turkey.
unofficially that the German foreign .
Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria, how- that state, regarding the designationof day.It committee consisting of J.1.. after a painful illness. office is about to make a statement
the western divisiol'was received is reported today that other interests Cheney, J. C. Patterson, and W. R. -
ever, has assured the leaders of the I which will settle definitely all pend-
opposition in the Bulgarian parlia- : yesterday by the central office of the have decided not to come in O'Neal, was voted by the Board to New York.-The largest underwriting ing controversies between Germanyand
and of is the world has
the the
undertaking western
success syndicate
ment who favor a quadruple entente, association, in this city. The western hold a conference with the city coun- the United States which have
division follows the unanimous farther from having been assured cil in to the funds ever known was in process of forma-
that Bulgaria has not committed herself rec- regard publicity out of the German submarinewar
than the newspapers have been inti- tion today to handle the proposed grown
to either side and that no action ommendations of the Florida Central which will be available about January policy.
will be taken without consulting par- Highway Association made at the big mating. 1, 1916. "billion dollar" credit loan to Great This statement, it is understood,
of association held Commissioner Johnson stated Britain and France, which has now
that that
liament. meeting at
will not be in the form of a note but
Rome dispatches say that Greece Lakeland, Florida, September 9. Thewestern HENRY VEDDER OPENS BAKERYAT he was having difficulty in arousing shrunk, it was reported, to a sum yet as a communication to AmbassadorVon

and Roumania are watching every division of the Dixie highways DAYTONA interest in the proposed White Way to be determined, between $600,000000 ,- Bernstorff, for dscussion with the

move by Bulgaria. It is intimatedthat as follows: system of illumination for Orlando. and $800,000,000.Florida state department.It .

they are ready to war on the side Starting at Tallahassee, going south Mrs. Henry Vedder left yesterday He has called a meeting of the com- is believed that it will be an introduction -
of the allies if Bulgaria joins the and east to Lamont, Sirmans, Perry, morning for Daytona Beach, where mittee for the near future.A Life ToldIn to the final disposition of
AustroGermans.King Trenton, Newberry to Gainesville, she will reside, Mr. Vedder having recently representative body of Board of the case of the Arabic.

Constantine, of Greece, re- thence south through to Ocala, thence purchased a bakery at that Trade members will go to Jacksonville Brief Flashes The case of the Orduna, it is be-
ceived Premier Venezelos and several southeast to Orlando, south to Kis- place. The Vedders spent the sum- September 26 and 27 to repre- lieved by officials, will also be explained -
members of the cabinet yesterday. simmee, thence southwest to Bartow, mer in New York city, and Mrs. Ved- sent Orlando at the Dixie highway And Paragraphs in such detail to Bernstorff

Three classes of Greek reserves have south to Arcadia, east to Okeechobee der has been spending a couple of celebration. that there can remain no longer any

.'i been called to the colors. City, thence southeast to Jupiter weeks in Orlando with her Barents, Because many members of the I question as to Germany's acquiescence -
Bulgaria has called to arms the res- where it will connect with the desig- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nicholson. Board of Trade were out of the city De-Land.-A citizens' meeting was in the main demand of this
idents of those sections in Macedonia nated eastern division of the highway there was not a large attendance at held at the council rooms last Friday I government.

under Serbian rule which she demanded from Jacksonville to Miami. The new TWO MEN CAPTURED last night's meeting. J. II. Reese night to take the initiative to get the A memorandum on the Orduna has

from Nish as a price for her con- section of the Dixie highway in Flor- presided in the absence of PresfdentDow White Sox ball team to select DeLandfor I already been sent the state depart-
tinued neutrality. ida adds the counties of Taylor, La- Jasper Chase and E. E. Lee, who who is in Maine, and Treasurer their winter training quarters. ment, which contained reference only

fayette, Alachua, Marion, Lake, Or- are wanted in Inverness and Tampa Hauselt assumed the secretary role in -oTampa.Lodged to the" German admiralty's instructions -
Cut Out the Strikes ange, Osceola, Polk and DeSoto to respectively, were captured Saturday place of V. W. Estes, who is at Mi against the gatein I to submarine commanders not
Petrograd, Sept. 20.-The mayor of those already traversed by the Dixie night by Sheriff Frank Gordon. ami. the septic tank where the city sew- to attack liners.Subsequent .
Moscow has placarded the streets of highway.The er empties near the union station, the I
memoranda have been
_this with to workmen of I body of a white male baby was found
construction
mile of
city appeals to every the
to effect that the term "liners"
abandon their strikes which resulted this new section of the highway has ClfijyPENOCULarge 6 BUSINESS INSTRUCTORProf. by Willie Stafford, sewer tender. I would include all non-resisting mer-
from the proclamation of the duma i been guaranteed. Some of its mile- chantmen.
-- and return to work. age is now of a permanent type of ODD FELLOWS HAVE PLEASANT
On their efforts victory rests, the construction, while larger mile- Enrollment ExpectedTwo F. J Stanley Will Have MEETINGAt Importers-Are Wild

proclamations aver. age of hard surfaced road has been Members of Alumnaeon Charge Commercial Courses Washington, Sept. .-An urgent

provided for. Faculty-Many I in O. II. S. for Coming their regular meeting last night cablegram was received by the state
BASEBALL YESTERDAY; BOSTON The fight for the routing of the ImprovementsThe I Term Orlando Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F., exemplified department today from the agents of
AND PHILLIES GAIN; DE- western division of the Dixie highwaywas I the second degree. Large the American importers at London,

TROIT AGAIN BEATENThe made from the start of the move- 1915-1916 term of the Cathedral Next Monday the Orlando schools delegations were present from Kis- stating that the situation beween the

ment for the highway by the Central School for Girls will begin Octo- will begin their year's work, and the simmee and Eustis, also visitors from U. S. importers and the British gov-
races in the National and Florida Highway Association. They ber 6, and the present indications are outlook for the coming year is especially several Northern States. ernment had become intolerable.
American leagues have eliminated al have remained behind the After lodge work refreshmentswere
actively that an unprecedented number of pu- auspicious.This Agents of the importers who hav"ebeen
'other teams except Philadelphia and work and before they presented their pils will enroll for work in the vari- year sees the addition of the servet in the banquet hall, sea- dealing in vain with the British
Boston, respectively. By winning yesterday claims to the Florida directors for the ous departments the seminary. long desired business course to the soned with a feast of reason and a Board of Trade and other English authorities -

; the Boston Americans increased routing of the western link, providedfor The school buildings and grounds high school curriculum. A full four flowing soul. At a late hour all departed in their efforts to get Amer-
their lead over Detroit by four games by the association at the Chatta- have will be the happier and younger than
been greatly improved duringthe year course given, sub- ican owned goods out of Europe, insist -
and that the flag will go to the Hub secured when they came. They will stage the
nooga meeting, they guaran- summer. jects including bookkeeping, stenog- upon prompt action by this gov-
City seems to be assured. In the Na- tees for every mile of the road. The Misses Mary Holley, Zillah Shep- raphy and typewriting. This depart- third degree at their regular meetingnext ernment.It .

tional league Brooklyn and Boston Central Florida association was also herd, and Mary Hardin will be unableto ment will be in charge of ProfessorF. Monday night. Visiting brothers is understood that a message is

'both lost, while the Phillies remained successful in securing the passage of return to resume their duties in J. Stanley, who has had a wide ex- come again. being prepared by the state depart-
at the same figure, 572, five games hundreds of thousands of dollars the school this year. Among the list perience as instructor in commercial ment which will be sent to Ambassador -
ahead of Boston and Philadelphia. In worth of bonds in several of the coun- of the faculty it is interesting to note schools and colleges.The MAITLAND AND ENVIRONS IN I I Page for presentation to the Brit-

the Federal league Pittsburgh gained ties for the construction of the high- two are graduates of C. S. G., these personnel of the high EXCELLENT CONDITIONMr. ish foreign office.Representatives.
on Chicago by winning over Brooklynby way. When the association, at its being the Misses Frances Bosanquet, I I faculty for the coming school 'SChOOl.. of Chicago packers
the score of 1 to 0, while the Chi- meeting at Lakeland follows W. E. Simmons, better known
whose
September 9, instructor of Latin and French, aria as : cargoes have recently been
Feds were idle. In the Southern agreed unanimously on the routing, Miss Mary D. Rowan, assistant in theprimal' Principal-Prof. J. W. Simmons. by his many friends as "Pat," was taken over by the British prize court,
league New Orleans leads over Birmingham Messrs. Saxon and Belcher, the Flor- )' department. Mathematics-Miss Eunice DeLa- among the prominent and popular; will appear before the state depart-

by a comfortable margin. I I ida commissioners, agreed to designate ney, assistant principal. citizens of prosperous Maitland transacting ment tomorrow. They are to ask
The results of :yesterday's games their recommendation the business at the county metropolis what this
as EnglishlissloUie E. Ray, assistant government proposes to do
were: western division of the highway.The VERDICT OFJT GUILTY G U I L principal. i yesterday. Mr. Simmons reports about the confiscation of their prop-
American League Central Florida association, Historylisslinnie Groves. things in general as being in an excellent erty by Great Britain. .
New
York 3, Chicago 2.
S Boston 3, Detroit 2. under the direction of T. Ed. Bryan, Science, German and Athletics- condition in his section. Grovesare
Washington 6, St. Louis 0. of Tampa, president, and L. P. Dickie, Kilgores and Johnson Case Got Prof. Elmer Enlow. looking thrifty and while the crop A German Threat
Philadelphia 5-3 Cleveland 4-5. also of Tampa, has a membership of Verdict Not Guilty on Conspiracy Latin-:Miss: Lillian Eldredge. in that vicinity will be small as com- Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 20.-The Ger- 1
National League about 1,000 of the leading citizens of Commercial-Prof. F. J. Stanley. pared to other seasons, the growersare man Alliance here tonight passed a
Pittsburgh 1, Brooklyn 0. Charge--'Yhis-
Chicago-New York rain. western and central Florida. Mr. looking for good prices to prevail. resolution notifying its bankers that
St. Louis-Philadelphia, rain. Dickie has given his untiring effortto key Cases Up deposits would be withdrawn by its
Cincinnati 4, Boston 1. the cause which has been largely CONGRESS TO MEET OCT..1 1 ROAD WORK PROGRESSING members from any bank directly or
Federal League At 8:30 last
the
night in the
for the notable jury indirectly contributing to the loan of
Pittsburgh 4, Buffalo 2. responsible success W. T. Chapman, county superin-
Kansas City 2. Brooklyn 10. achieved by the association. case of the State vs. J. R. Johnson, F. Senator Fletcher Thinks Wilson tendent of roads, reports that the the allies.
Chicago-Newark rain. A. Kilgore, and S. H. Kilgore returned -
work of claying the Winter Garden-
Others not scheduled. verdict of not The Will Call Congress Together -
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WILL REMODEL CHASE & COM- guilty. Apopka road is progressing satisfac- UTILIZING HIS SPARE MOMENTSIn
Southern League parties had been charged with October 1 in
_ Chattanooga 2. Atlanta 1. PAXVS PACKING HOUSEAT The con- torily, six of the nine miles of road i addition to being an exceedingly s
spiracy. criminal
Memphis-Mobile court was occupied -I Extra Session
been Another
Birmingham-Nashville rain., rain. LEESBURG most of yesterday with this having completed. popular and successful physician and "
of convicts is
Others not scheduled. Messrs. W. O. Bogue, G. M. Potts case. On Saturday J. R. Johnson was Washington, Sept. 20.-That Presi- gang constructing'bridges / surgeon, Dr. C. D. Christ, knows how +_
the Orlando-Kissimmee
Green Reaves, and Tom Cochran left given a verdict of guilty, being I dent Wilson will call the senate to- on to utilize his spare moments, if such ?
WILL ENTER STATE SHOOT AT yesterday for Leesburg where they charged with attempting to sell .mort- gether in extra session by October 1 road. they may be called, as well perhaps ;

BLACK POINTMr. will be engaged for the next two gaged property. to ratify treaties and pass the cloture as any other person in this part of .;
THE WEATHERFor
Willis Hyer first sergeant of weeks renovating and remodeling The Bloors cutting scrape is likelyto rule is the opinion of Senator Fletcher the Land of Flowers. The other .g
Co.: C, Florida state troops, left yesterday Chase & Company's big packing occupy the attention of the court of Florida. Florida: Generally fair Tuesday morning before breakfast he disposed ;
for Black Point where he will house in readiness for the approaching today. There may be three or four The Florida senators disagree as to ; light to moderate variable winds. of four of his pretty lots in the Ivan- -1 t>

enter the state shoot and endeavor to season. As soon as they finish whiskey cases on the docket. When the advisability of cloture in the sen- hoe addition to Orlando for just an
qualjfy\ the national tournament of with the one in Lake county, they the business before this session of ate. Senator Fletcher favors it while McClure's for October. Other mag- even four thousand in cash, to Mr.

the Jnarksmen. from every state in will return to Orlando and proceed to the court will be settled is a matterof Senator Bryan favors unlimited free- azines O'Neal,coming book, stationery in daily. and Curtis music& Henry Green, the well known contractor -

! IheTWon.. get the one here in good shape. conjecture. dom of debate. store. and builder.yti .


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E. II. RAND RETURNING TO CHANGE .MADE IX ROAD ROUTE FEMALE DOCTORS MUCH IX i BUYERS AND SELLERSI -
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Jacob Burkhard
LO WOOD LETTER TO THE SENTINEl!I TO ORANGE COUNTY I j DEMANDi I estate.buy,Have sell, rent resided, and in exchange Orlando, Fla.real,

1--- ;i over 30 years. Have handled over
Mr. E. I[. Rand, president of the FROM STATE BOARDOF 1I I Capt. L. R. Farmer, the hustling i j t I London.-The demand for women 20000000. Call and see me. PLUMBER
First National bank of Sanford, one convict gang superintendent for Osce- ',,doctors exceeds the supply, according 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
of the oldest banking institutions in ola county, has his crew of convicts ', to a statement by the London School ,
the state, in a letter to the Sentinel HEALTH busy this week making a change in 'of Medicine for Women. Even the SLAUGHTER SALE
requests that the paper which has the routing of the road north from j posts of house physician and house' Buy your wall paper cheap for the Better Known as "Jake the Plumber"HAS
been sent to him while summeringwith the city to the Orange county line. :j surgeon in the hospitals, heretofore next new few fall days.l.:1king stock. : Finlay's room Pioneer for our

his family in the mountains of Prevention vs. SuppressionWhy The bend in the road north of Ma- always held by men, are offered to Store, Court stree. Phone 67. ---
North Carolina, at Waynesville, be do we harbor poison bearing rydia is being cut out and the road women. This is particularly true of 9-5-tfc. I .
sent to them at their home at Long- straightened. The new route will run the provincial hospitals. Women are
wood. insects in our bosoms, even to our west of the old road and will be abig also taking the practices of men who OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

own undoing, when we know better? help, besides shortening the distance have gone to the front. Boards of A. B. Cook & Co.
A serpent we would run from. It i
considerably.A
guardians are so hard up for doctors i OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST
is repulsive, it is a tangible instrument new grade is being built in the : that, casting aside their inherited' Christ Building, Orlando.

A CERTAIN BEVERAGE of harm, but all the snakes in efficient manner in which Capt. Far- i j prejudices, they offer positions to wo- ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
Florida and in the United States of mer does all of his work. The build- !i| men at increased salary. Before the

is said to have made America have never done one-hun- ing of this cut-off will also be a helpto j! war, an infirmary doctor in White- INVESTMENTS, LOANS
dredth nor one-thousandth of the : travelers when the paving com- w chapel district, who was always a
harm to mankind that flies have begins the laying of the brick. STOCKS AND
pany : man, received only $500 a year and
MILWAUKEE[{ FAMOUSPerhaps
wrought. The old road can be used by automobilists emoluments. Now the same post is BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204
Flies, mosquitoes and other small and others as a means of get- advertised for a woman at $1,000 and
vermin used to be regarded mainly as ting around the work. When the emoluments.The .
nuisances, but the scientists have brick has been laid the marl now on
our coffee may do as much I women's medical school cf
shown and proved to us that they the old road will be used build
to the 1
for Orlando, and with better resultsto London has trained 600 women doc-
come bringing disease and death. In four foot driveway on each side of the I
the drinkers. tors now in practice, and has 220
I
Almost any one can make good cof- spite of this warning, we do little to brick as provided in the specifica- students on itsrolls.. The class en- I Hammond & Gore
fee if in the making they will use the discourage these pests, and what we tions.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. tering the autumn terms is larger by ,
undertake is their insteadof
best coffee and proper methods. Usu- suppression I sixty applicants than ever before. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
attacking them at home, in the
JAN NOT CONVICT LAND MAN
ally however, some detail is neglectedand ;
the results are unsatisfactory.The places where they breed, and by an- MUST PAY $;),000 I
nihilation, end them, lessen their .
Model uses the best coffee and or H. R. BERRY Real Values Low Prices
proper methods and obtain results.W. numbers. Atlanta, Ga.-The state supreme
S. Branch is a brilliant writerof The common house fly, beside which court here today sustained the Fulton COMPARE
"Side Lights" and a good judge of the buzzard is a model of cleanliness, superior court's award of $5,000 dam- I
coffee. does not scatter disease through its ages granted to J. N. Bateman, of OUR FURNITUREWe

The Model's 25c. Breakfasts are bite, but it carries typhoid germs and Atlanta, against Frank Rothleutner, A complete line of Ford Acces-
very popular.In leaves them on the food we eat. It of Kilgore, Neb.
addition to the regular meals revels in the filthiest of filth and Some two years ago Rothleutner I I I sories; a staff' of expert mechanics provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
which are served at the uniform priceof brings its poisons, not to our doors, had Bateman arrested and tried on I by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
to render satisfaction in all an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
25c., you can obtain just as elabor- but into our kitchens and to the din- charges of swindling him out of approximately -
ate a meal as may be desired at any ing table, and we permit this inva- $9,000 here and in Miami lines of Automobile Repair can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
hour of the day or night. sion of our rights without a murmur. Fla., through alleged betting on stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.:
Numerous 15c. specials all the The stable fly, although he looks to horse races. After a mistrial the case Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and

our untrained eyes very much like his against Bateman was dismissed. lIe Gasoline, and fair and square
dirty cousin, is altogether another then brought suit for $25,000 against McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
time.The ,proposition. He, or rather sheforthe Rothleutner and was awarded $5,000. prices.

female of the species is more Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Model Cafe deadly than the male, and causes the DANIELS WANTS BIG DRY DOCK
real trouble-is blamed by the doctors BUILT AT NORFOLK
for carrying another set of trou-
For Nine Years
bles. She has beak that I
a penetratesthe Washington, D. C.-Secretary Dan- II
thick hides of horses mules I ....11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Big
cows, iels today informed a delegation of I
sheep and swine. She sucks their business men from Norfolk and We have been in business at the !
GEO.{ BANSGHBAGH blood and, in large numbers, causes Portsmouth, Va., headed by Senators
same location, Corner of South Sale \
their disabling and even their death Martin and Swanson and Representative Grocery
Cabinet MakerDoors from exhaustion of the vital fluid. Holland, that he would again recommend Main and Church Streets.
Less frequently she is charged with to congress that a giant dry
the crime of infant paralysis and per- dock be constructed at the Norfolk Phone 226

Screens, Porch Swings, haps some other troubles.' navy yard.
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases The specialists of the United States The delegation urged particularlythat Sweet Potatoes
'department of agriculture and other the Norfolk navy yard be allowed -
Folding Card Tables, Cedar
scientific men have spent a good deal to build number of subma-
a
Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedestals of study on this insect, and the de- rines. Orlando's Leading Repair Shop Special Sale for Saturday *\ f |

etc. Also Repair Work. partment has published quite recently and GarageDon't OOC. JK
All Work Guaranteed "The Stable Fly," document 540, and ROBINSON AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE -
two monographs on the destructionof PAVEMENT PROGRESSING -
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larvae documents 118 and 245.
fly ,
12 E. Church St. Phone 447
Ask your congressman to send them. It will be a matter of only a few Forget Us Many Other Special Grocery Bar-
They are interesting to those who days until East Robinson avenue is
would be sub- with gains during this great Sale
really intelligent on the fully completed. Connecting
iect. this street will be the paving on Mag-
fORD TIRESFront [ The most effective method of rid- nolia avenue which is now under when in

ding ourselves of this particular pest headway. The two additions to the need of Come! To This Sale Come! ; :
seems to be to_prevent his existenceby Orlando pavement family are notable
attacking him in the breeding improvements and have been needed

$6.75Rear stages and by destroying: the conditions for many years.RACKARD'S. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

: that favor such breeding.Wet .
JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction
$8.25 and rotting straw, in which PRESSING CLUB
the heat caused by decay, favors the
I batching of the larvae, is the source Our Grocery CompanyTwo
: JACKSON AND
Located in the Arcade
GOODtN of these flies in the great grain grow- Building
ORANGE AVENUE ing sections of the West and South- All work guaranteed and neat- Phones: 3 and 200

west. But in every section and in ly done. Our work is the best
: 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
j
every temperature above forty degrees and our prices are the lowest. GuaranteedOur
Harness Makingand Fahrenheit, stable manure This is the place to have your
heaps are the favorite breeding old clothes made new. Pricesare MllMIIMIMMiMMIIIIIIMIIMIMiillMIIIIIMHIMCAREY
Repairing places. The fluids of manure, par-
ticularly of horses and mules, min Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
gling with stable bedding, increasethe dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit reason-
All kinds of leather repairing, suchas danger from this source. The pressed _____________40c.
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, possible peril from this cause is no All Palm Beaches scrubbedand able.

Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket less in Florida than in Texas, and the pressed ____________50c HANDFUNERAL
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also mild climate of this state makes the Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
get your scissors sharpened. danger an all year round one.
Screening the manure pile is the We do ladies' work also. Giveus "Quality" Our DIRECTOR

25 West Church Street, in Hopkins safest and surest protection. But the a trial and be convinced. AND EMBALMERAll
regulation of stables is a municipal Clothes called for and delivered.
Shoe Shop. Motto
problem. It is not within the juris-
I diction of the state. If one asks fora Phone 613.
W. A. Boston ____ __ .__ -- __n_ ____
concrete example of this proposition calls answered Promptly Dayor
9-16-12t and of its possibilities, there is
one ready at hand. The progressivecity Night. Hand Block.
of Miami, three hundred miles
and more south of Jacksonville, has
I Orlando Florida.PHONE
$1.25 one-thousandth or less of the numberof .

stable flies that afflict her northern -
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neighbors. Miami has had the

TAMPAAND sense to accept and act on good ad-
vice by regulating' her livery and I

other stables, and she is reaping the I
RETURNThursday reward, while reckless neighbors to I I
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the north of her and of larger popu- ( .
lation refuse to meet the situation
Sept. 23 and are getting what is coming to I Menage AUTOYASIIING\ STATION

RAAtlantic them, and there are plenty of other I To the Businessf *-tt*wvrr% No 3
Florida cities in the same class.
Love of the almighty dollar has Men of OrlandoWhen THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
been the sentence to perdition of
Coast Line a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on a clean collar
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many a soul, which otherwise might and gets his shoes shined. Then he looks like more business-and he's madea REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL Mechanic.
,
have had some hope of heaven. flying start toward getting it.
Standard Railroad of the South the man who sends his neighbor to Likewise, a community can go after more business-and get it. The "clean Known as "The Handy Man.
untimely death by refusing to clean collar and shiny ehoes"of this town are the well-painted stores, the bright, cheery
and keep clean his premises, becauseit homes, the fresh, clean-looking buildings. The pan paint plays in building up
Special Train costs real money-what fate shouldbe local pride cannot be put in figures-but its good effects are recorded on the local WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine
merchants'sales sheets. Buy good paint. We recommend
Work
prepared or invented for him? parts. guaranteed.
Leaves Orlando 7.13 a.m. And the city that backs him in his

Tickets date of sale and selfishness and greed is hardly: less GASOLINE AND OIL
limited to blame. Dutch Boy Atlantic White .Lead

good on special train only. lr I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Pensacola.-Automobile races will and Dutch Boy linseed oil. There is nothing else so satisfactory, so lasting and
For Information Call on be a big feature every day of the fair, cheap in the long run. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your
if the tentative plans are adopted, and dealer today.
W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. there is every reason to believe that NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY

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FORFEITED $50,000: PROVIDE AMUSEMENT: : FOR LEAVING FOR COLLEGE
VISITORSThe

Bloomington, Ind.-Arthur Parks,: following are some pointed School days are drawing near and

a policeman, has given up $50,000 I statements of a speech recently de- the college boys and girls are already
rather than from Bloom-0
move away livered by Congressman Sears in Kis- leaving to resume their studies in
Some weeks Harrison
ington. ago simmee at a get-together movementin different institutions of the country.
Riddle wealthy of Plymouth,
a man that city to entertain tourists. It Among those leaving for the State
Ind. relative' of Parks, made
,
an is taken from the Valley Gazette. University tomorrow will be KimbleF.

the polrtCman that his he heir was with to move the understanding to- Comment is unnecessary. Every wordof Hughes, O. H. S., 1915, who will "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

it is the truth: enter for the course in electrical engineering -

Plymouth.Mr. "Provide amusements for your visitors ; and Kirby Fuller, O. H. S..
Parks and his family were to Unless Budded from A Bear-
if you want them to go away ex-1915, who is in the civil engineering ,
care for Mr. Riddle, who is seventy- satisfied and bring others with them ; ,
I department.THE
seven years old. The policeman readily when"Build they tennis come courts again., golf course, I Tree of Known Qualityand
ing
his household fur-
agreed, packed
quoit grounds, croquet grounds, hold !I
niture and sent it and his family to gun club tournaments, have band con- COPELAND-INGLIS PLANT
Plymouth. But when the time came certs and other public pleasures. Youwouldn't CLOSED FOR REPAIRS j of Produc-
for him to leave, Parks decided that stay long in a place you Quantity
I I I went for a vacation, if there was Orlando's will .
paving be tempora-
he would not be happy away from
nothing to do but sit around all day
Bloomington and rather than move long. rily delayed' on account of the fact i tion.;'-O. W. ConnerIn

away he forfeited the $50,000.Mr. I "Talk all you want to about your that the Copeland-Inglis plant has I
strawberry crops, your hay crops, or been closed down for repairs, for a
other kind of all
any a crop they are
I short time. This has the
and Mrs. Telford, of this city, good and do good for your community company
have as their guests :Mrs. E. D. Tyler, II I but I tell you in all seriousnessthat contract to furnish the brick for pav-

of Lisbon, and Miss Mary Telford, I that comes the tourist to Florida.crop is Let's the best wake one up ing Orlando's streets.You'll five years the Ockawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-

of Orlando, who will remain for sev- I and pull together in unity to bring onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
eral weeks.-Sanford Herald. I a part of that crop to Kissimmee." hear a man say "No, it
doesn't pay me to advertise,as it ap- brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

I COMPULSORY EDUCATION:\ peals to too small a class of people." does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
James E. Crawford and H. A. Atha,
ALABAMA: ;And yet when the same man loses Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
of Orlando, were visitors in the city I his bunch of he rushes the
Alabama now has a state wide com- keys to published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
Monday. They were accompanied by with a "Lost" ad, although -
o pulsory education law in effect which newspaper
c. W. Hanchett, of Cuba, who was I I requires the attendance upon schoolat he knows that in the whole the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
looking the country. Both Mr. I I from a parent of true merit.
over least eighty days each year of all wide world there is only one person
Crawford and Mr. Atha are engagedin I who can possibly be influenced by his
children between the of
ages eight To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
the real estate business.-Kissim- and "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
fifteen.
mee Valley Gazette. a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
I Only two states, Georgia and Mississippi -
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR
been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
i are now without compulsory FINAL DISCHARGE
Guests registering at the San Juan school attendance laws of some char- vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.

hotel yesterday included Julian How- I acter. Florida has one, but it is a In Court of County Judge, Orange Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
ard, Quincy; Paul W. Key, Atlanta; ..:makeshift, in that it leaves the County, State of Florida-In re Es- where
adop- tate of John F. Gordon. the Ocklawaha Nurseries, every tree is budded from a pa-
C. D. Kellar, Savannah W. V. Peel- !
; tion optional with counties or pre- Notice is hereby given, to all whomit rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
ing, New York; W. T. Shipley, Cincinnati :cincts. It is doubtful if more than may concern, that on the 29th day

; J. W. Hendricks, Jr., two or three counties in Florida will of September, A. D. 1915 I shall apply You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
mouth, Ohio; W. R. Yates and I derive the benefits of the law it is to the Honorable Wm. Martin, confidence in tree is
ports-I as judge of said court, as judge of pro- great is our our product. Every budded froma
New Orleans; W. E. Davidson I framed in this state.-Tampa Tri- bate, for my final discharge as admin- bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
ton. bune. istratrix of the estate of John F. Gor-
don, deceased, and that at the same bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
time I will present to said court my
Congressman W. J. Sears and Dr. DIAMOND IN CAKE final accounts as administratrix of CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

J. K. Atwood were initiated into the said estate, and ask for their approvaL grot is to be planted in your first letter. AddressOcklawaha
mysteries of the Elks lodge at Or- .
Newcastle, Ind.-After searchingfor Dated March 29, A. D. 1915.
lando last night. "Joe" says "Doc"promised a diamond for two days, Mrs MARY E. GORDON,
to him, but that he
stay by 3-30-6mo. Adminstratrix.
o Clark Hyde received it from her son,
deserted when trouble Fred
came. Hubert, who found it in a buckwheat NurseriesO.
Bass, Fred Gilbert Edgar Katz and
,
;cake he was eating. Mrs. Hyde had
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR
Doctor Winn went to the fun.
up see I dropped it in some batter and it had FINAL DISCHARGE W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
-Kissimmee Valley Gazette.W. .
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sunk out of sight.

I II I In Court of County Judge, Orange OR
H. Hickman, of Orlando, and II I WAS FINED FOR SLASHING MAN County, State of Florida-In re
B. M.\ Heald, of Tampa, were among Estate of Letitia Bardo. G. G. Wright, Agent
those leaving the city this morning, I Notice is hereby given, to all whomit
going back to their respective homesto I James Bloors was fined $5 and may concern, that on the 22nd day 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
i costs yesterday for slashing Theo. of December, A. D. 1915, I shall applyto
remain over Sunday and expect- the Honorable Wm. Martin, Judgeof
Josefson with knife recently.radento".n .
ing to return early next week to con- a said Court, as Judge of Probate,
tinue their efforts in behalf of the for my final discharge as administrator -
of the estate of Letitia Bardo, deceased -
Adventist convention to take placer Fla.-A bird dog
I
and that at the same time
here.-St. Petersburg Independent. owned by Deputy Sheriff D. R. Brownis will present to said Court my final
recovering from injuries suffered counts as administrator of said aC-1
Umbrellas recovered and repaired 'in jumping from the roof of the court and ask for their approval.
I, Dated June 21, A. D. 1915.
"while you wait. at Young's Repair house to the yard below, a distanceof I D. S. BARDO, Administrator. I

Shop, 21 E. Pine St. sixty feet. j 6-24-wkly-6mo

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SentinelMORNING COLLEGES.Stetson IA Poem For The Day

South Florida University at DeLand will A. II. Seegar, of Ocoee, was

AND WEEKLY open tomorrow and the field agents THE TAPESTRY WEAVER among the out of town visitors spending -

"'. 1:' GLENN ..EditorW. report that the attendance will be the forenoon in Orlando yester-
C. ESSINGTOS .....BmineM Manager
larger than ever. All over Florida Editor Sentinel:-The enclosed poem day. He left in the afternoon for
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. FlorIda -
aa Second Class Mail Matter. the indications point to an increased and a brief history of it should be Jacksonville where he will spend several -

SUBSCRIPTION RAT!:.:) attendance at all colleges. RollinsColIege read with interest. It has been often weeks learning the tonsorial bus-

Daily Daily.. 6 1 Months Year ......... ................ $5..00 2.50 at Winter Park, the oldest in- printed and doubtless found its way iness. EDITORIAL

Daily a Months 1.25: stitution of learning in Florida will into many a scrap book, but the poemis ..
Daily. 1 Month for banner Mr. W. H. Joseph, of Rockwood, -,
and a
soon open, prospects of such rare beauty that it will
Weekly. 1 Year $LOO year are good. With the increase in bear reprinting very many times. We Tenn., who has been making annual

PAYABLE IN of Florida collegesmore pilgrimages to this part of Florida
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS general efficiency hope you can find a place for it.
ADVANCE' people from other states will II. Cordially for some years, in the interest of the

TO ADVERTISERS: come South to spend the winter and J. B. LEY. I Metallic Vault company of Gallion,

give their children the advantages of Ohio is in the city. Mr. Joseph
Copy for diellla and all other hand-act "This poem has as wonderful a his- I li
advertising au" be handea in at the basineiMffie. an excellent education in an ideally tory as the man who wrote it. The thinks Orlando one of the prettiest j
.. of the Sentinel not later than Z mt. 1
p. little cities in the Southland and thatit
tii. day before publication. This rule applicoU climatic state. The public schools are author is Anson G. Chester, M. D.
ii'I' The has been published in all has an exceedingly bright future.
chanrea for contract advertising; it rapidly adding new departments to poem
{variable and will be atrietly adhered to. of the modern languages including
the curriculum. The Orlando high Two ReflectionsThere
Hindustani, Chinese, and Japanese.It .
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued school has a new business training appeared first in the Century Mag Mr. C. O. Campbell, who is now a
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be course this year and as a result itwill azine. Dr. Williamson, of London civil engineer is in town for a few

continued at the regular subscription rates attract many families from the (literary doctor, Oxford) has issued days visiting his parents, :Mr. and
until notiee to atop is received hundreds of thousands of copies of it ,
Telephone Namb-r _. 2. North who are eager to give their in leafllets, having gone to press withit Mrs. J. A. Campbell. Mr. Campbellis

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 191;). children a thorough preparatory in 1912 four times. The Universityof located near :Mineola or Apopka,
training. Educational facilities is one Tokio gave it out for interpretationto where he is engaged in surveying and

of Florida's greatest assets. four hundred students who were platting the lands of Mr. W. H.I I are two ways in which we reflect
asked to send their interpretations to
"Barons"doomed are
Our Birmingham
Howie who is to
o going place a very
Dr. Chester. the merchandise in our store. One is by
for second place. '
THAT GROUTED large J tract of land on the market.

o BRICK HIGHWAY. Let us take to our hearts a lessonno I Ocala Star. discription and illustration-our adver
There are now 2,000,000 automo- lesson can braver be-

biles in this country, and this is said Volusia county will probably use From the ways of the tapestry weav- tisement. The other is by placing the
the grouted form of bricked high COOK &
ers on the other side of the sea. BAAS.
the banner automobile .
to be year.o
ways. The commissioners of that goods in a place where they may be seen
county have inspected many kinds of Above their heads the pattern hangs, Agents will attend to your fire insur-

All roads lead to the publishers, they study it with care ance promptly. Christ building. to good advantage by passersby'ourshow
editors and newspapermen'sconvention bricked roads but none has appealedto The white their fingers deftly move, 1-9-17-lmoc
printers, them as has the.stretch of highway their eyes are fastened there.
at Jacksonville October windows.
between Maitland and Orlandovia NOTICE ODD FELLOWS AND

14 to 16.Flat o Winter Park. In addition to hav- They tell this curious thing beside of REBEKAHS Thus we provide two gays of informingyou

ing the finest highway in the state
the patient, plodding weaver:
dwellers are menaced by insanity The Orlando Rebekah Lodge is about the newest and best merchan-
Orange county may also boast of athoroughly lie works on the wrong side ever-
says a Chicago doctor but he more, but works for the right planning for a very interesting pro-
reliable honest and intelligent
gram on Thursday eveningSeptem- dise the market affords. Our windowsand
does not specify whether it is on account side ever.
county engineer. Engineershave ber 23, the occasion for the event be-

of the rent or some other cause. it in their power to rob tax pay- It is only when the weaving stops. ing the anniversary of the organization our advertisements are always interesting -
of the order.
o and the web is 'loosed and Large delegations
The parents that kick most violently ers and loot a county treasury. Thereare turned, are expected from DeLand, Eustis, to study. -they merit regular and
a great many counties in this Winter Garden, Ocoee and Kissimmee. -
the schools That he sees his real handiwork that
about the work of are
state who wish they had "Ramsey on his marvelous skill is learned.Ah. All Rebekahs are requested to careful inspection by everyone.
the who can't time be at 6 DeLand !
usually ones
spare present p. m. Lodge
the job. However, Ramseys of the
to go around once in a year to see the sight of its delicate beauty, will be present and supper will be Needless to say, prices are made as interesting -
few and
Orange county variety are served in their honor in I. O. O. F.
what the schools doing. how it him for all his
are
far between.A cost! pays Hall, after which the Rebekah degreewill as the merchandise itself. What
o be conferred on n number of can-
No> daintier work than his was
The last shows rarer didates. All Odd Fellows and their
government report
purchase here represents full value
number of local photographerswill ever done by the frost. wives you
are respectfully invited to be
that the prospects keep improving, .
before the meeting of the present for the which beginsat
appear program
and the producers have got to do Then the master bringeth him golden 8:30 after which refreshments will for the money expended, not merely sometimes -
city council Monday night to take up
hire, and giveth him praise as
some hard thinking to give reasons be served. Respectfully
the matter of licenses for winter pho- well but ALWAYS.
MRS. F. L. ANDERSON, N. G.
food
for the customary advance in
And how the heart of the
tographers who operate here in the happy 9212tThe
products. weaver is, no tongue but his
winter time "skim the cream, and
o own can tell. "Beautiful"That
then leave during the summer. The

Formerly the political candidatesused plan to be proposed will be that a The years of man are the looms of: I
to discuss the issues of the day. Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
higher license be charged winter pho- God, let down from the placeof
Now they write their opinions and the the sun, Describes the
tographers, this license to be remit-
till the
papers print them free, attend pic- Wherein we are weaving ever
ted partially in case the photographerstays mystic web is done.
nics, barbecues, fish frys, oyster in Miami during the summer Select Boarding and Day New SilksThey

roasts, and discuss open air roasts. I and keeps for business. The Weaving blindly, but weaving surely, School for Girls
o open each for himself his fate- 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
Orange county doesn't need a new plan is said to be one that has worked We may not see how the right side Primary Intermediate and Academic are wonderfully well adapted to the
successfully in other cities.-Miami looks, we can only weave and
jail for the class of convicts that are Grades
Metropolis.' wait. new season's fashions in dresses, being
behind the bars twelve months in the Also Music, Art Elocution, Physical

year. A new jail for the benefit of o I But, 'looking above for the pattern Culture and Domestic Science. sufficiently stiff to use for wide skirts, yet
The fellows who are always worry- no weaver hath need to fear,
the majority of bums and disreputables For Catalogues address the Rector
ing about the speed mania are usually Only let him look clear into heaven soft enough: drape most gracefully.Here .

who go wrong in this county the fellows who can't scare up a little the Perfect Pattern is there.If Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. M.

would be like tossing pearls before Orlando. Fir. are Taffetas Poplins, Failles and
swine. money to buy an automobile and en- [ he keeps the face of the Saviour

joy life. Half of the auto speed forever and alway in sight other silks in plain colors and plaid effects

o knockers would take a different view His toil shall be sweeter than honey,

The Tampa Tribune has an edito- of things if they could feel the purr his weaving is sure to be right. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE designed particularly for use in combina-

rial on "The Latest Frank Story," to
of a beautiful engine under them. It And when the work is ended and the
,
the effect that only four of the Mari- tion with woollen fabrics. Here are also
used to be the custom to rave about web is turned and shown, -- -
etta mob wanted to lynch him. Things motorists being wild and destructive lie shall hear the voice of the Master rich and elegant Silks woven especially

that we blue' pencil are, Bryan, Dum- it shall say unto him,
demons because in the
they were I
ba, Thaw, Roosevelt Frank, Sunday "Well done! for more elaborate dresses and evening
minority. Now the incessant harpingon I
closing laws, fish stories, and "Rus- of''
speed finds disfavor because the And the white-winged angels VANILLA costumes.No .
sian successes." heaven, to bear him thence :
majority of people own automobilesand
o shall come down; TUTI FRUTI lead-weighted "tender" Silks in this
In New York, New Jersey and are sane drivers. And God shall give him gold for his
o hire-not coin, but a glowingcrown. GUAVAICE 4
Pennsylvania there have been several stock. All are new, fresh and of the most .
Creates many a new business; ...
deaths from the heat in the last few. o CREAMS.
Enlarges many an old business* dependable qualities. Prices assure you
days and numerous prostrations. Preserves a large business BABY BOY AT MR. AND MRS. J.
many ;
September is evidently bent on prov- FULL value for what you spend.
Revives many a dull business; MERLE McELROY'S HOME
ing that it can be an oppressively hot
Rescues many a lost business;
month as well as pleasant a one as
Saves many a failing business; The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.J. AUTO LUNCHESA ..
there is in the whole
year. Secures success in any business. Merle McElroy will be pleased to

o o hear of the arrival yesterday morningof SPECIALTYCLUB
The of Florida have be-
newspapers SCHOOL TEACHERS a baby boy at their home on Lu-

gun some very excellent warning cerne Circle. The mother and babyare
School teachers of the high school
i
work relative to the fakers and the SANDWICH
doing nicely. Congratulationshave 25e.
and schools to
grammer are requested
who traveling south C
beggars are
meet in the high school building Saturday been showered upon them since
but unless offi-
autumn days; police
the stork's visit. _
10 for consultation and
a. m.,
cials zealously enforce the vagrancy
assignment.Prof. .
law, the riff-raff will come right We Make Our Own lu Cream Packed SPECIALr
a'ong.-Miami Metropolis.A J. W. Simmons, high school; The dance craze is dying down.

Prof. W. S. Coleman grammar You can now dance in September the and Delivered for All

o schools; C. E. Howard, chairman trus- steps that were fashionable in August "
man who knows said to us re- II tees. Occasion "Cheney Bros. Silk Crepe de

cently: "Why man Orlando is hav-

ing a boom." We don't know whether Y I Chine. In the new Floral and ,

you'd call it a boom or not, but

business has been very encouraging Pekin Stripe Effects. Exquisite in \

around these parts all summer. With I

good prospects for a fine winter sea- quality and weave. Worth $3.00 I

son menu milk this and coming honey year.should lead the Doctor Knows Best and So Do WeAn yard. Bought specially to sell at j


o

The Tampa Tribune publishes a honest old Dutchman was ill unto death. In fact so near was he to death's door that

story about an English hermit who the doctor said: "He's gone." Much to the surprise of all the obstinate man said $1.75 yardWe'd

"lived fifty years in a cave withouta "You're mistaken doctor, I'm not gone already." "Hush Jacob," said his spouse, "don't
shave," but the omits the
story "
dispute the doctor he knows best.
length of his whiskers. This is the appreciate an early call from you.

vital point to the story. Many a man Don't dispute us when we tell you we have a mixed feed that is a GOOD one, the best

would go without shaving if he could we have been able to get for you. WE know best. It will be best for you not to disputeus

gauge the length of his whiskers af- but come and look at it.

ter fifty years neglect of a razor Have you any corn to sell? We will buy it. It must be dry, shelled, clean, free from
blade.
weevil and put up in good sacks.
o
Has any other firm in this town offered to buy your corn? We will help you to sell
Chris O.
Codrington of DeLand,
editor of the DeLand News, confides anything you may have to offer.

tAt he will launch the DeLand Newsas We have Pillsbury, Obelisk and Jersey Cream Flour. The last is a self-rising flour

a daily again this year beginning and a good one too. All our goods are offered at lowest cash prices.

about November 1. He does not say UioksouIvesENT Co.

though, whether he will carry an editorial -

column again this year as he

did NOT last year or not. The gen-

ial president of the Florida Press As- The Produce
Co-Operative CompanyW.
sociation admits he received a lot of

advertising from his editorial policyof .DfP STORt.

last year i. e., saying somethingonly S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ..

when something demanded it,

but we should like to see his brain

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a few weeks stay at Newport,
(@rlanio Snrirj K)'., has returned home. He reports LI "Get It At Allen's"

his wife as being very much benefitedby

the trip and daily improving. Shewill
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not return until some time later.
SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs. E. M. Holden has returned to

Orlando from Washington, D. C., Mr. J. E. Keigwin, accompanied by
Tuesday. September 21.
The Board of Governors of the Asso- where she has been spending several his mother, Mrs. M. E. Keigwin, left
ciated Charities will hold its regular weeks. Mr. Holden is now in the yesterday afternoon for Tampa, UI

,_1The meeting at the San Juan hotel. Capital City under the care of Dr. where Mrs. Keigwin will visit relatives -
Mrs C. G. Brown will entertain the G: A. Swartout, his brother-in-law, and friends, but Mr. Keigwin
Young Matrons Card Club.
Methodist Sewing Circle will meet and his sister, Miss Dora Holden. His expects to return to Orlando today.

with Mrs. S. S. Griffin, on Lake many friends will be pleased to learn I

Eola. that he has been very much benefitedand TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wednesday September 22. is daily being restored to his for-
bachelor Girls meet with Miss Eliza-
beth Branham.The mer self. lIe expects to return to his WANTED-Three wanted at
will home in this about the middle of agents
Twentieth Century Club city once. Call at Rooms 32-33. Arcade 4 o
meet with Mrs. J. F. Terry at her October. building. 9-21-3tc
residence, corner of Ridgewood and CHARMING INDEEDare
Hillman avenues. --0-- the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets Earrings on view here.
Thursday, September 23. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Willits gave a FOUND-Bicycle, at 216 S. Orange. They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
Orlando Gun Club will shoot at the delightful dinner party, Wednesday Owner can have same by calling at novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
this office, proving property and paying in For they are ideal. Their cost
Country Club. evening, at six o'clock complimentaryto taste jewelry. gift purposes
for
this notice. 9-21-tfc
but in the here than
higher
-- of course varies no case are prices
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Essington, of
warrants.
SCHOOL the quality of the jewelry
Orlando, Fla., who will 'leave soon for WANTED-To trade for car, a new
PICNIC.A their home in the South, after making modern 6 room house, in good loca- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
very pleasant picnic was held I tion. Quick as this is a bargain. ,
extended visit with relatives
Saturday in celebration of the completion an C. E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway. I[it 6. .J
here. Other out of town guests were ;Fla. 9-21-61
of the new school building at i Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hunt, of Browns- =0'_ .
the school. Messrs. Howard and
Ivey burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Volney Huff, FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- -
Phillips, of the sub-district board, attended of Indianapolis.-Ledger, Noblesville, cle, furnished or unfurnished, by
the picnic and a very pleasant the season, month or year, with garage -
Ind.
THE TIME TO PAINTis
time was enjoyed by all. garden, fruits and flowers. Apply 1
-()- to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-1moc
The trustees of the Orlando sub- right noDon't let things go
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. C. Stockton, of
p.
district, in which this school is located r until the house, barn, fence or floor
Jacksonville, have announced the en- TRAVELING MAN desires perma-
desir-.d to discontinue the begins to look shabby. A little of our
of their Margaret nent room and board for wife and
daughter -
gagement
,
school and furnish wagons to bring ten; year old daughter.:; Give location ready to use paint will put your home
the pupils to the Orlando schools. to Mr. John Henry Blount, the and price. W. F. Stark, Gen. Delivery E L. in fine trim and save you the cost of a
marriage to take place on October 5th Orlando. 9-21-lt* I I II If( much bigger paint bill later on.
This plan did not meet with the af- h Q I
in Jacksonville. The Stockton and II l
proval of the patrons, and the boa'dat
Blount families are prominent and FOR SALE-Lake front on Colonial
I last consented to erect a new bu'.d- widely known throughout the state, Drive, a ten room modified bungalow -
ing on condition that the teacher be arranged for two families; fully
so this announcement is one of spe- screened and modern; screened porch Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
the those ii the
given salary as ;
same cial interest in many localities. 9x30 ft. Lot 70x127 ft. Over twenty
gasoline consumption city schools, and that the school have orange and grapefruit trees in bear- 205 S. Orange Avenue
the months term. Foflr fine oaks. Reason
ing. fotf
eight
customary Phone 261
Captain D. Brossier, who has been COLEMAN & RHAN
selling, house too for two
large
is The school year opened with 24 schol- people -
unusu- representing the Miami chamber of Price 3950. Terms if desired.
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ars enrolled, seven more have since at the Builders' conventionin Write 406 E. Colonial Orlando
commerce Drive. -.'
entered, and it is probable that sev- Fla. 9-23-wkly8t* II ..., 11 c.U t )oH r 'H." ..tlll"IIII" II = I'
ally low. Atlanta, Ga., stopped over in Or-
eral more names will be added to the
lando yesterday en route to the Magic

enrollment soon. City, to visit his sister, Mrs. J. II. The New Ice CompanyPHONE

NIGIiT- Reese, and brothers, Messrs. R. B. FavoriteTODAY'S
MONDAY and J. C. Brossier. I

BRIDGE CLUB. -()- 675
The Monday Night Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas and PROGRAM
was delightfully entertained last daughters, Misses Gladys and Winnie Thanhouser. "Fairy Fern Seeds."
A drama, in two parts, featuring the
evening by Miss Roberta Branch, at are again at their pretty home, Thanhouser Twins. Delivery DailyWait

her home on North Orange avenue. "Dixie," on Lake Lucerne, after an Keystone. "His Trysting Places."
Members of the club who were pres- extensive automobile tour of Ala- A Keystone comedy, in two parts,

ent were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yearby, bama, Georgia and the mountains of Featuring This is Charlie an excellent Chaplin.comedy, witha for our wagon. We think

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dunn, Mr. and North Carolina. They report a most laugh from start to finish. See it
Mrs. Dave Rogers, and B. Beacham, delightful outing. and be convinced. vou will like our ice.

Jr. The hostess served light refresh- --0-- Five cents to all.

The tire expenseis ments consisting of lemon ices with Mrs. W. E. Shine and mother, Mrs.

whipped cream, nut bread sandwiches, W. H. Howard, will leave today for

reasonable be-, sponge cake and iced tea. The bridge White Springs, where they will en- The New Ice Company ; ;

game! proved very interesting and joy the delights at that resort. Before I

was much enjoyed by the guests. returning to Orlando Mrs. Shine ROOf GARDEN(
the size of the
cause --0- will spend a couple of weeks in Jack- ,Mlimil mimieitmiiiiim*
YOUNG LADIES sonville with relatives and friends.

t tires is right for, LEAVE FOR COLLEGE. -0- tmmmmm-
Misses Ella Siemens, Dorothy John- 'Minimum'
The Kil Kare Klub met with Mrs.

weight of son and Minna Harris left Sunday Chas. Phillips, Garland street, Thurs-
car. night on the 12:30 train over the At- day afternoon for a business session. TODAY

lantic Coast Line for Tallahassee After the transaction of the business
where they will resume their studiesin delicious punch was served. The mem- ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

the Florida State College for W 0- bers, with many regrets, indefinitely

men. adjourned. "THE HOUND OF THE
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SOCIETY NOTESOF Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Beck and son, BASKERVILLE"A [

INTEREST. Ross, accompanied by Mrs. Mann and

Concord Park Ladies' Aid Societywill Miss Grace Fuller, autoed out to We- four part feature from the
meet with Mrs. Thompson at her kiwa Springs Sunday and spent the

home, "Overlook," this afternoon at day. celebrated novel by Sir A. Con- CURTIS & O'NEAL

2:30, September 21. Our last meet-
l ing was at the home of Mrs. Sells, Mr. W. F. Stark, a well known trav- an Doyle.

who also led the devotional exercises.It eling man of Jacksonville, expects to Don't Fail to see this Picture,
35 H. P. was a very interesting meeting. bring his family to Orlando presentlyand i Insurance r; Loans Real Estate ; ;
--0-- to make this city his permanent very fine.

I Mrs. W. W. Wright 'left yesterday home. He spent yesterday in the city Rentals

afternoon for Memphis Tenn., her seeking a residence.

former home, where she will visit relatives -

Motor and friends. Before returningto SKATING RINK The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

her home on Rock lake, she will
Championship speed races tonight. The One-Price Theater
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r----What do you MILITARY SAPPING GARDEN SEED II FOR SALEWill


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hope for in a !

Trench Work of the _
I Origin of the
varnish ?

Modern Battlefield. New Crop Onion Sets Just offer for sale for a few days

!

HEAWON DITCHES DUG BY PEASANTS.In ArrrvedCome the property corner Orange Avenue,


the Middle Ages Civilians Were in to see us.Ye are famous for our High Quality Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

Seeds and Low Price
Forced to Do the Labor to Which Soldiers ,
the skating rink for $26,000.
TRbTkqsffEj Would Not StooP-Sappers ana property,

V Miner and Their Successors.In .
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
stories and reports of modern City Drug StoreJ.

battles tbe work of tbe sappers is often and interest at six per cent.
mentioned To bap" or "sapping"was

I II an early way of approaching a L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.

I strongly fortified position by means of

men you buy varnish for your i a ditch. It was also a very early form
floors hope that it will improve I ----
you of trench work. Tbe fortified positions
the appearance of those floors and I against which saps were employed ST. JOSEPHS ACADEMY WILL an adequate compensation for the ed- C. A. HOVEYEngraved
that it will be durable.
were the stone walls of castles or of SOON OPEN ITS DOORSTO ucation received, but a means of pro-
much that is sold for
Unfortunately
cities
viding a bare living for the teachers.
varnish won't realize that hope YOUTHAs
floor
When bad
the matins of cannon not
The is not financial investment
for Academy a -
you.Lawson's progrfSMHl so far that solid shot could
to bring cash dividends to
Elastic Floor Varnishhas
Lustro breach stone walls but when cannon
a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is the coming school year draws the investors. The Sisters of St. Jo- i
to armed ------ --- -
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easily applied because it works easily. It were powerful enough keep -- ---- -
is unequalled for durability and will not men at bay or to destroy them. it became near, parents are givingserious seph who form its teaching staff hold
dust.
scratch white. It dries absolutely
free in from five to seven hours and gets nert'!':lry to make an approach thought to the choice of a school first grade certificates ol public school Stationery and
hard in twenty-four hours. to the wailed position in a way which wherein to place their children. Theyare teachers in the state of Florida. In
As for economy. Lustro has a covering was diliu-uit to attack successfully and
capacity that is wonderful. firmly convinced that the child is addition they have many years of ex
fur which lit that time no way ofcheckwalhag Invitations
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor father to the man and that the futureof perience. Last, but not least, teach-
bad been thought of by
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsaufactory. -
is their life work. Their lives
ing are
and indi-
the defenders. A narrow ditch was their sons daughters as
dug in the direction of the wall to be viduals and citizens depends very consecrated to God and the service of Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

Made by Valentine & Co. I assailed. This ditch which was wide largely on the training and influenceof humanity in the uplifting educationof because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent

Manufacturers of enough fur one man to dig in. was the school room. The character of youth. They teach, not for a sal- and deliver the goods in Orlando.

TALSPAR and called a sap. the digger a sapper and the man will be the product of the ary. They are at the service of Prot-
the end of tbe ditch toward the enemy QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
.. class room and play ground. It then estant and Catholic, to be helpful to
VAL-ENAMEL the sapbead As the leading sapper
was dug forward be protected himself behooves fathers and mothers to in- them in the highest aim of life. Theyare PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

e and the saphead In various ways usu- spect the school and study its pros- i heroines in our midst, giving their

ally by pushing a screen ahead of pective influence on their children. life blood for others. To come in W. S. BRANCH,

All to be had at This screen was of various b1m.1 The cnoice of a teacher is far reaching contact with those who gladly sacri- THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
bag of sand or a sheet of metal in its fice themselves in a noble cause is an
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT clined deflect arrows or shots. consequences.
to
gun education of the highest
St. Joseph's Academy, of this city, kind.M.
When the saphead had reached the
STORE
invites the of Orlando to give F.WERE .
desired point the ditch would be widened people
SKATING RINKLADIES'
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. the excavated earth forming a some thought to its claims as a very
parapet on each side and the guns desirable school for their children. ALL GOING TO THE

would be brought so close to the wall The Academy has been doing edu- I MARION COUNTY" FAIR

that they could not be reached by gnus: cational work for nearly thirty years.
$1,000The mounted on the wall for in the times It recognizes the need of training The Marion county fair will hold SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

in which these conditions prevailed the heart as well as the head, the its eighth annual session at Ocala AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY '
walls were high and cannon crude and
than October 23-26 inclusive and promises -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
tbey could uot be sufficiently depressed moral as well as, and even more ,
I to reach an enemy at the foot of the the intellectual nature of the pupil. I(to be one of the best and most complete INSTRUCTORS.

four lots advertised at $1000 wall ]its[ scope embraces the mind, morals ,, fairs of its kind which has ever

each in this last week were Sapping was usually done by peasI I and manners of the child.It I been held in Marion county. :Many of Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
space ants impressed or hired for that serr believes in the need of a morallypure I that county's most prominent citizensare

bought by Mr. Henry Green, contractor ice. because soldiers In the armies of I[ atmosphere for youth and scrupulously connected with the enterprise.J. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
and builder of this Mr. the middle ages were more skillful Geo. J.
city. provides for the same in :M. :Meffert, president;
with weapons than with tools and the I 'I
Green knows real estate values and work of digging trenches was beneath t lass' room and on the play ground. Blitch, treasurer; Arthur. Cobb,

bought the four. their dignity while it also savored ot Religion is the most potent and secretary, and A. Tweedy, assistant ADMISSION: 10 CENTS
disinclination close with 'the enemy influence in humanife. secretary, form the official heads of
to
You can look for two nice bunga- a I most ennobling I
even though that enemy was behind It needs long and patient culti- the organization.
lows to be built the propertythis
upon stone walls with cannon cannon vation so as to bring forth its best',
season, Mr. Ange is now buildinga at which men armed with modern fruits. As the child who does not ,WANTS TO ENLIST SUPPORT OF Rollins College Winter Park
would smile, but which In I ,
weapons:: ,
home the 5th lot.
splendid on receives a secular education will be BOARD OF TRADE
their day were weapons of great effect
Dr. Christ had reserved three lots Vauban. tbe great military engineer intellectually at a loss as a man, so I Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,

in the subdivision, they are just as refined sapping and brought It Into a the child who does not receive the :Mrs. G. M. Beede, of St. Peters- Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business

good as the ones sold. I have gotten. system by which any fortified place benefit of religious principles and ,burg, was among the visitors to Orlando Teachers' Course.

could l>e approached reached, mined training, will be religiously at a loss Friday and while here made her Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
his consent to sell the 3 lots at
, $1000 and oreac-netl. in later life. "As the twig is bent the home at the San Juan hotel. Mrs. nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
each, and it is the best bargain in These saps after awhile were dog In tree will be inclined." St. Joseph's Beede represents Beede's Bureau, music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberb
a number of ways. Many forms of the new: rooms for Business School, full banking equipment.! New chemicaland
choice residence lots to be had human life which information offices in
at Academy essays to uplift operates of
.approach tteuib were devised. Uncovered physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis
this time in the city today. trenches were cut forward, deflected by training men and women so that St. Petersburg, Tampa and Jackson- soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
at right angles and then cut their lives may be guided by relig- ville. She was here to interest the boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but undenominational -
Board of Trade and the commis- ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
forward to be again deflected further ious inspiration. It is a religious city
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla-
each of these deflections from sioners in to have Or-
CALL OR PHONE along school. God and His Son, Jesus a proposition
the straight course of the trench form Christ, are invited to preside in the lando represented at these points by

E. C. Young ing a transverse for the protection of class room, so the character of the her bureau. Mrs. Beede has been
the trench. Some: trenches were roof
pupil be formed under the Di- traveling over the state considerably'
may
ed In with timber and earth as they
, Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. were cut forward thus forming a vine Eye. If God is not needed in this summer and she says that every- The 1ai'iet

Phone 569. bombproof covered way. Some saps the school He is not needed in the where development work is going on.

were cut or dug In the fashion of a home, nor elsewhere in human life. She returned Friday evening to her OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

tunnel tbe surface of tbe earth not Christians can hardly conscientiouslyexclude home in the Sunshine City. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

, MisdirectedEconomy being disturbed at alL Double saps or Christ from the school to
numerous:: parallel saps were dug close FRESH AND SALT MEATS
which they send their little ones. The Mr. Percy L. Billingsley came up
up to the |_ltu>u to be attacked. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Academy, however gives no dogmatic from Orlando Thursday to attend to
,
Mining of castle and city walls or
city gates Is as old as the use of gunpowder religious teaching to children of non- business and see his Ocala friends.He Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh.

in war and "undermining" of Catholic parents. says he will surely be in Ocala and pure.

walls was practiced In war before the small fee is expected from pupils during fair week. He returned to Or- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Trying to save a few cents by use of gunpowder. When sapping bad who can afford to give it. It is not lando today.-Ocala Banner.GROCERY everything in the Meat Line.

having your work handled by inferior I become systematized and generally em-

hands. ployed in offensive operations against H. M. Self & Co.
work of
fortified positions the military
Your personal influence is
sapping and mining was combined and FORAGE CO. 80 PINE STREET
greatly enhanced when you are PHONE NO.
Instead of being done by peasants or
clad in immaculate linen. "civilian" lalmr was!* committed to special WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

trps These troops became
adept in this important work and beaiiHe -
OrlandoSteam or the extra labor Involved and

the hazard of this duty these. called. Specials All This WeekBest
sappers and miners were given higher ORLANDO'ROOFING
LaundryFRENCH pay than other troops.
As the years and the centuries went
ANt;
DRY CLEANERS by other duties were put upon these granulated sugar 16 lbs.$1.00 3 cans corn, good grade .. ..... 25c. ,
troops-erection of field fortifications
LAUNDERERS . ... .. 23c. CO
erection of many forms of obstacles to Best lemons, per doz. .. .. .... 15c. 3 cans early June peas SHEET METAL
PHONE 88 Impede an aggressive enemy and bold butter fresh shipment 3 cans baby size cream, Gold or

him under lire At a known range destruction Georgia ..Globe ... ......... ..... ... .. 10c.
------ -- of bridges, construction of per Ib. . ..... .. ....... 30(. 3 lbs. onions, cabbage northern Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

bridges demolition of buildings and Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold : turnips . .. . ... ... lOc. ,

Fire Insurance I many and other miners'things.duties Gradually became the greatly sappers .I Seal, and other butter ...... 33c. Irish potatoes, per peck .... .. 25c. and Rubber Roofings

enlarged and refined and to many Sliced bacon, Ib. box .. .. .... 32c. ; per bushel .. .. .... ... 90c.

armies they came to be called engI- Snowdrift, large pail ......... 95c. >Fresh snap beans lb. .... .. .. lOc. Cornices, Skylights, .Heating, Ventilating, U'tal Ceilings

COOK & BAAS, Agents lrers. Crisco Ia.rge'pail ............ 83c. ;Sweet potatoes, very nice, peck. 40c.
In all armies every soldier today does Pillsbury's best flour, 24 lb. i'Prunes and fancy peaches, lb.. .. lie.

Christ Building work that formerly fell to the laboringand sack . . . . . ...$1.00 Rumford. Calumet or Royal bak- Works: 14 E. Church St. s = ORLANDO

bard working sappers. Every soldier Best pastry flour 24 lb. sack, ing powder, per can .. . 22c. e

: today knows bow to handle a pick plain or S. R. . .. . .... doc.; 17; cans sardines .. .. . . 23c.
and well to sboot a rifle
For Sale At pistol spade wallzillPUn as as or cannon. AH :Macaroni and spaghetti 3 pkgs. 23c. i' Tall salmon per can . . 9c.

soldiers now lib: trenches. gun pita and 4 lbs. best head rice .. .. 23c.; "! PRICES ON FEED

the like nut construction work requIrIng Pure ground coffee, per Ib. .... 15c.Cotton i seed meal .. .$1.25 and $1.30

bibber technical training, is done White House coffee, per lb.. .. 33c. i Shorts .. .. ..... .. ... .$1.80
Your Price
by tbe njrineerN. successors to the sap. :\Iuwellllouse coffee, per lb. ... 30c. i Sweet feed .. .. . ... .. .$1.75 The Orlando Meat MarketT.

pers of old In many kinds of construction 8 bars Lenox soap . .. . 23c.; Oats . .. .. .. .. .$190 and $2.00

troops the of err-nnwr"tint branches may and be aided by civilians by 13 bars Octagon soap .. .. 50c.( Beet pulp .. .. .. .. .. .. .$1-80 A. YANCY, Jr., Manager

hired or Impressed.-Washington 7 pkgs. Pearline or Naptha . 25c. Best wheat .. . .. .. .. ... .$2.40

10-Koom House, Lot 180x200, Star. 2 bottles extract .... ... ... 13c.; Best chick feed . .. ... .. .$2.10 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ChoiceFlorida :

2 No. 2 lamp chimneys . .. 15c. Magic feed for hens .. . .. 20c.
faces on three streets, 2 block:; An Old Story. 12 bottles household ammonia. 13c. Salt per 100 lb. sack ,. . 63c.; and Western Meats

Subbnba larrivtnj bomeV-Well. dear pkgs. corn starch . . 13c. All: these prices good for all next
from center of City east side. anything new Happened today? Mrs Game Etc.
I ,2 Fish Poultry Vegetables, ,
Subbaba-Tbe cook's gone. SnbbubsI No. 2 can Tomatoes . 7c week. Oysters, ,

For Sale at YOUR PRICE. I asked yon If there was anything new I..4 i for . . . . .. 23c. I Call 638 and save money. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

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I Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
The world is a beautiful book but of PHONES / Residence 133 tor. Orange Avee. and Church St.
tttfla use to him who cannot read it.GoldonL .- Forage Grocery Company

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Directory is the Greatest Want I Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORLAJSTDCCement Ad Medium in OrlandoTerm. I Phone 161

r'r worth Building.
Cash in Advance. .

Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES
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sertion.If .
yx)u can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
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I Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
Every Man has use for a 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
ATTORNEY-AT LAW
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Ha.
rUK SA1.t; Room 44

FOR SALE-I have a few White Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Wyandotte cockerels for sale. Address F. A. PEPPERCORN
XYZ, Sentinel office. 9-19-3t
I I BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER
Furnished 14 room house, on brick 37
street, arranged for light housekeep
ing. Splendid location; large lot.
4 Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
What's the Matter With the 9-lJ-3mo DR. N. L. BRYAN


W Hot WaterWhat FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract PLUMBINGSALLAS
DENTIST
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Phone 716 SALLAS
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
quickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel 6-9-tf Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- 208 Boone Street

room.You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your FOR RENT Bldg Phone 597.
home be any less modern and complete? I
FOR RENT-Splendid office in the

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


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

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

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

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Phone 72
f, __ .t i LOST-Male pointer pup, 3 months I
:: old. Liver ears and liver spot on
i:: rump. Specks on body. Had collar I Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L H. RAMSDELL
with my name on it. Reward if returned -:
to Frank D. Guernsey. OPTOMETRIST
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...I. 9-19-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDA
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WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
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YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OFKEPATJOKQ

an outside service department -! ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL
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prompt attention. We have a
tent man who will fit keys,
your trunk, or do anything in compe-I
t pair line. He is ready to go McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
H call now. Just phone 304. I I

SOUTH APOPKA" CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE [ [ 9-12-lmoc LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I I ARCADEMILK FOB

repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Caruthers FlowersLeave
FLORIDA : Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
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PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana tomato your orders here
35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- .
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants,
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t All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit : 25c.land endish per banana and 100,Preston's delivered plants, lOc.,"Favorite"postpaid.to 25c. each.Cav-dry! DEPOT .Violet Dell Florist.

: Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. .
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest 915d&wtfcTYPEWRITERS .
J. M. CARUTHERS
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and Cash Registers BUTTER MILK
prices .. .. .. ..
Phone 509. St.
408 South Lake
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
; anything in the repair line is Fresh Every Day.
our line. Just phone 304, Young's 5c.
Repair Shop, and our man will call per glass
The rainy season is the best time to set at once. 9-12-lmoc 25c. per gallon

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep NOTICEWe CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE

are offering some rare bargainsin BUTTER S75 .
in advance of
one year's growth trees set groceries. Buy where your dollar
!counts. Fresh Homemade West Jefferson StreetSuccessor
next fall. Medium Snowdrift _____________40c.
\ Crisco ________________________40c. SANDWICHESARCADEMILK to
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Good pastry flour, 12 lbs for45c.
Mixed spices _____________half price Hand Wood CompanyWood
| Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest \9-17-6t MODEL GROCERY.
of All Kinds
[RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one DEPOT I
the above address
prices, to I hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc PROMPT SERVICE

I An ad in the morning Sentinelisa REASONABLE PRICE*

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Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rush have goneto
Daytona where they will spend a
few days.W. .

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I. Higgins and Roland Dann, of
in Panamaand Chuluota, were business callers in

everywhere on American temto !. is siraplffisd' by "A.B.A." Orlando yesterday.Mr. FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would J. W. Jackson left yesterdayfor
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare Fort Pierce on the East Coast, to
elf'identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
. business or pleasure. look after business matters. $1OA WEEKYOU

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

you. 8-12-tf YOU SPEND

Mr. G. T. Hull left yesterday for
Tampa where he will spend a few
days on business.


Mrs P. F. Laubach has returned
from a visit to her son, Dr. A. C.
ri Wright, jn Richmond, Va. SAVE

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

$10 A YEAR
Mr. T. Gilbert Lee left yesterday
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Gainesville where he will spend
several days on business.Mr. .


W. D. Benham, who has been '
s J visiting his daughter Miss
Gertrude

for his several home days in Crescent, returned, City.yesterdayto ; iF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS


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

Mrs. Mattie Lussader left yesterday -

morning for Fort Lauderdale, on
the East Coast, where she will visit
her sister, Mrs.\ J. W. Pritchard.
.. The Peoples National Bank

II Mrs. E. J. Kendall, who has been :
visiting friends in Orlando, left yesterday :
morning for her home in De- .
Land. :
"ELDER" Spring WaterIS .. t
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
1821tfMr. :

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Mayo Dade, of Arcadia, repre-
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD senting Chase & Company, Jacksonville
spent yesterday in Orlando visiting a"IJ" "II.'II""III"II"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"11IIIII' IIII'II'IIIIIIJII'I

I his brother, Mr.V.. A. Dade.
TRY Better TRY

IT BEST IT Mr. Guy Empie, manager of the
Western Union Telegraph office in

Tampa, spent yesterday in Orlando
visiting relatives-and greeting friends. STUDEBAKER 1916 ModelsJust jj


How much did you save last month
I in cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf

Mr. A. G. Branham returned last ArrivedTo

evening from his visit to Mrs. Bran-

ham and Miss Mary, who are spend-

ing North the Carolina.Mr. summer. at Black Mountain, examine and ride in them will convince you


that these the best. automobile values
J. W. Bass, a former well cars are yet

known citizen of Orlando, but now .
offered.
making his home in Orange Center,
was in the city yesterday transacting
business.

JUST RECEIVED CAR
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
LOAD OF t -18-tf

Mr. James Meade, the popular trav- i San Juan Garage Company | |

Touring Cars eling freight agent of the Atlantic
Coast Line, with headquarters in
Tampa, spent yesterday in Orlando in Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
the interest of his roda.
$482.00 Delivered

Mrs Martha Tyler, of Orlando,
went this morning to Tampa. Mrs. .
F.G.RUSH Tyler has been visiting her son, Jas.S. ti
Tyler, of Dunedin, for the past
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Who Will Be Your Executor?
Mrs. G. C. Hartley, of Longwood, ,
who has been visiting at the residence '
l of Mr. G. T. Hull, on the Pine I
ANSWER NO. 2
Castle road, has returned to her home .-..rpF7..--" w.
-- -- -- --- -- in Seminole county.Mr Your estate may be materially impaired as a yr. F ?"r+
direct result of the appointment of an executor ,. i $
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.Kimble Hughes, son of Mr. and or trustee. *\* JA
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IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress Mrs. J. A. Hughes, left yesterday When an individual is appointedThe :- |S ** 4
morning for Gainesville where he will '"
correctly. financial responsibility is generally weaker.s' I
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer enter the State University for an
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-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into electrical engineering course. It is usually provided in wills that the person
society." : nominated to serve as executor shall be excused *
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will from giving bonds. =
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. : Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 cent. interest for it is at the expense -
per When surety bonds are supplied 1 t
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeak .
you.
the artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of : 8-12-tl of the estate, and then only partial security -

gentility. Mr. M. G. Porter, state agent for against loss is provided. ,,
each
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are a masterpiece. Each :
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No the Buick automobile, with headquarters When a Trust Company is selected .
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings in Jacksonville, but who with The positive advantage of strong financial re- :
exactly: alike. : :
Mrs. Porter is enjoying life at the sponsibility is secured. t r
If have "arrived" will understand what this .
you you means.If :
seashore .
having rented
a cottage atDaytona which has behind it the entire financial ; .
you are just a "climber, visit the Evans store and you I A bond -
will get some "pointers. If you have "tried and lost," the Evans I Beach, is in the city for a strength of the Institution is always filed with
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come : few days. the Probate Court I't nn mat to the estate.
in and be sociable. '
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. Mr. Chester C. Fosgate, the Answer No. 3 will appear m a subsequent issue --- ,
popu-
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and : lar representative of the well known of this newspaper. .}
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell '
Work, anything artistic. wholesale fruit and commission house :
Original designing done for special platinum work. : of Sweeney & Lynes, has arrived in Come in any time and freely ask for further j t t'' l
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible : Orlando where he will make his head- information on this vitally important subject. fl .
prices. II quarters for the season. His estima- You are always welcome, and our officers are al- '
II ble family is now in Athens, Pa., and : ways glad to advise.
will arrive in the city some time the .

,I coming month. I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBucktnastcr


,I & Bl'lJlldiUl! Orlando, Florida .


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at Kirksville, Mo.
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