The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bulgaria Mobilizes and Reports Sept 21.-While the Germans -
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State She Has Invaded have cut the Vilna-Baranovitch I -
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MAY DISCUSS ROME- ssss a sss sss
railway over which the Russians
Balkan Sit- I
uation Tense
DEFENSE. dence is expressed officially at Petro- i SUNK. S .1'I REINFORCE3IENTSISOOOIERICSOOPSIN

London, Sept. 21.-With the Aus- grad that the Czar's army of 300,000 i Washington, Sept. 21.-A four
Washington, Sept. 21.-William J. I Budapest, Hungary, via London, S dis-
tro-German roaring for 1,000 line ad. in a local paper today
guns will be able to make good their re-
miles along the Serbian frontier and Bryan will confer tomorrow with II Sept. 21.-A Vienna dispatch is pub- s closes that William J. Bryan is .1 I REACH

Bulgaria mobilizing her war strength President Wilson. The engagementwas tirement.The lished here today saying it has been done with Washington as a place

apparently preparatory to joining the I made today at the White House Russian armies have been cut learned in diplomatic circles at the of residence. It reads: '

central empires and Turkey, the situ- at Mr. Bryan's request. It will be into three parts and the Germans are I Austrian capital that the government "For Rent-Furnished, Calumet General Pershing Has a Strong

ation in the Balkans holds the world's the first time the former secretaryand making superhuman efforts to lock in I will not await the arrival of Dr. Con- Place Thirteenth and Clifton.strt't'ts Force-Will Return Fireif
the have since the the force around Vilna. | stantin Dumba before his
interest tonight. president met appointing N. W. Apply at premises Shells Fall in
Berlin declares that the long predicted former quit the cabinet three months Already a group of Von llin en- successor. The new ambassador, it W. J. Bryan."

drive to Constantinople is un- berg's forces have pressed wel to is stated, will be named at once. Calumet Place is the old homeof El Paso

der way. Both Belgrade and Semen- ago.What the two men will discuss was the east of Lida, an important j notion The dispatch says that Kajetan von Mrs. John A. Logan and is one .

dria, the terminal points on the rail- not disclosed in making the engagement. point on the Vilna-Baranovitch Marczupski, former Austro-IIunga- of the beautiful residences or. : Washington, Sept. 21.-The concentration -

road through the heart of Servia, are Official Washington, however, railway, and are moving against rian ambassador at Rome, has been Washington. When Mr. Bryan ,I by Villa of a large body of

being shelled by the Teutons who are expects they will discuss the recent Minsk in an effort to cut off the Rus- appointed for this place. came here to secretary- of state 'troops at Juarez has assumed such a

r preparing force a passage to the proposal that Mr. Bryan go to Europeto sian retreat in that direction, and the Sink German Sub. he rented the place, it is said, at :threatening aspect that the war department -

Danube. talk peace and to urge acceptance control of the railroads by the Germans Odessa, via London, Sept. 21.-Russian $1.100 a jear.BASEBALL. S today ordered reinforcements
I strong -
Servia, according to the Berlin dispatch of his peace commission treaty by prevents the Russians from retreating ships have sunk a German sub- S s t s i s t s s t s .

has declared a war zone along Germany, and that Mr. Bryan's an- in any other direction than marine which has been operating recently of United States forces to

the Serbo-Bulgarian frontier. nounced opposition to any increase in Minsk except due east, and there the in the Black sea. RESULTS that point.

Advices from Bucharest report that the national defenses will be touched' Teuton forces which captured Widzy American This step was taken after a confer-
three days are advancing south- BUSINESS MEN'S CAMP AT FORT L'agueBostonCleveland
upon.It between Wilson and
the Bulgarian troops are being con- rain. ence President
centrated on the Servian border whilean has been reported in administration ward, hemming the Russians in.Leopold's SHERIDAN STARTS Philadelphia 5, Detroit 7. Breckinridge.The .
circles that Mr. Bryan intendedto armies are forcing their New York 3St.. Louis 0-5.
unconfirmed from Salonika
report fourth regiment of artillery and
use his influence in to way northward against heavy resist- Fort Sheridan.-With several hun- Washington 7, Chicago 1.
states that a Bulgarian army has already congress oppose Federal League an additional regiment of infantrywas
invaded Servia. the president's national defense ance and are endeavornig to completethe dred business men, lawyers, doctors, Pittsburgh 2. Buffalo 1. ordered to report immediately to

Bulgaria's action in mobilizing, apparently program if it contemplated any ma- ring, while the principal interest and others from civil life as "rookies"an St. Louis 5, Baltimore 2. General Pershing.In .

against Servia, will, it is be- terial increases. Some of the closest centers on the German effort to encir- auspicious start was made here to- Kansas City 4, Brooklyn 1.
6-9 Newark 4-6. his report to the department
lieved here, bring all the Balkan nations observers have professed to believe cle a large part of the Russian forcesin day on the training camp for the Middle National LeaguePittsburghBrooklyn General Pershing made it plain that

into the war. that before congress meets, the presi- the heavy fighting which is goingon West, which is modelled after the too cold. he feared serious trouble from across
dent would outline hfs plans to Mr. along the Dvina river before : successful experiment at Plattsburg, Chicago: 4-5, New York 5-3.
the- border if Carranza is recognizedand
Bryan, and that they would be of Dvinsk. N. Y. St. Louis 3-1, Philadelphia 8-6.
FOUR COLONIAL HILLS LOTS Cincinnati 2, Boston 4. an arms embargo laid against
such a nature as to command the sup- The outer defenses of IHinsk are Many notable men from Chicago Southern League
port of the noted pacifist and thus put already being battered by German are enrolled, including Mayor Thompson :Mobile11, Memphis 2-5.
Militia the
in orders to
men saw
the united strength of the Democratic guns and a determined effort to force U. S. Subtreasurer Irving Shu- Little Rock 8, Atlanta 4.
Carl Dann yesterday sold four more Birmingham 3-5, Nashville 2-0. the fourth field artillery to move
party behind them. I the passage across the river is expected man, State Representative George U.
attractive lots in the Colonial Hills Chattanooga 10, New Orleans 6. much significance.
soon. Lipschulch, J. M. Dickinson, son of
section, to L. D. Long, of Tampa,with Villa's troops are reported to be
the agreement that the purchaserbuild the former secretary of war, and Dr. well equipped with field guns and in

a house on each of the lots with- GETS A FINE OF $$1,000Or CIGAR MAKERS TAKE SERIES J.Harry W. Miller P. Pearsons, of Cincinnati, of Evanston, and Mayor, are MEETING OF CITY COUNCILYother case of an engagement with General

in sixty days. FROM ST. CLOUD Obregon there will be considerable
all expected to "do their bit," as the
Mr. Long has just finished a mod- danger of damage to El Paso by
One Year in Penitentiary British :; Suggests That Amelia
ern and attractive bungalow in Colo- ; i Yesterday afternoon the Orlando say. shells.

nial Hills. He is a constructive builder Whiskey Leader in Orlando I Cigar Makers defeated the St. Cloud The commander of the camp, Col. I I Avenue Sidewalk Work The principal buildings in the city
William J. Nicholson, U. S. A., after
of the type Orlando is always glad Com"icted-More Whiskey I ball team by a score of 2 to 0 in one Be Indefinitely are within a short range of the field
looking the material and
to secure, he having, while a con- Cases Today of the fastest games played here this over raw PostponedBelton guns on the Mexican side.
observing the with which
tractor in Tampa, built and sold more summer. The feature of the game eagerness General Pershing will probably return
the "hay-foot-straw-foot" novitiates
than one hundred homes. The Colo- George Street, the acknowledgedleader was the heavy hitting of Turner for Long and Mr. Wright appeared the fire if shells drop in El Paso.
took their work himselfas
nial Hills company is building six of the negro blind tiger under- the home team. up before the city council yester- Within easy striking distance Per-
well satisfied with the of
hundred feet of sidewalk on the north world in Orlando, was given a sentence Barze, for the Cigar Makers, struck prospects day and stated that they had moved shing has available a total of 15,000
side of Colonial Drive. yesterday by Judge Warlow in out ten men during the game, while camp. back their fences on Amelia avenue troops.
Every brought to the ,
the criminal court of $1,000 or one Northrup, of St. Cloud, fanned eight man camp according to directions from the city. There is known to be bitter feeling
one pair of marching shoes one suit
CITY STREETS BEING CLEARED year in the state penitentiary, and batters. They: asked that others take the same among the Villista leaders over the
of cotton olive drab uniform, one ex-
OF WEEDS was resentenced on a former count to This was the decisive game of a action.A probable recognition of Carranza.
tra pair of breeches, one campaignhat 4
The clean-up spirit which is always a fine of $400 or four months impris- five game series between the two letter from W. W. Yothers referring Felipe Angeles, one of Villa's military -
two cotton or wool olive drab col-
evident in Orlando, both winter and onment. The $1,000 fine was his sec- teams and gives the series to the to sewer line connections on advisors, and Diaz Lombardo,his
ored shirts, one pair of leggings, me-
summer, has struck the city govern ond offense, the first offense being appealed Cigar Makers. The batteries were: dium weight socks, and fall under- Amelia avenue was referred to Commissioner secretary of state, are expected at

ment. The mowing machines have last year. There will be sev- St. Cloud, Northrup and Porter; Ci- wear. The government furnished the Robertson. Mr. Yothers Washington within a few days to do

been set to work cutting the weeds eral other whiskey casts: before the gar Makers, Barze and Albury. suggested that the movement for putting I what they can to coupteract Carranza

t and grass on the unpaved streets. court today.Yesterday. The Orlando nine challenges any rest.Each down a sidewalk on Amelia ave- sentiment. t
man deposited $25 on arrivalin
The weeds have about completed their C. E. Cook, negro, amateur team in the state. They will nue be indefinitely postponed because General Manuel Choa, former gov-
to cover subsistence and
growth for the season, and by cut- charged with embezzlement from Kin- play Thursday with Ybor City nine, camp property owners on that street had ernor of Chihuahua, who is said to
Simple food is fur
ting them now the pest will be disposed caid & Snowden' was convicted and which is said to hold the championship camp nished,expenses.for which the would-be sol- not made sewer connections accord- have gone over to the Carranzacause

of for another year. All of the given a sentence of six months. The of the Cigar Makers league. ing to law. "If people are not law reached Washington today.
diers would pay 50 cents a day. The
city streets will be visited by the case of Wade Johnson and Sam Epps, The score by innings: abiding enough," wrote Mr. Yothers, The reason for his coming is a mys-
total cost man will be
necessary per
clean-up squad. whiskey violators, also negroes, came R. H. E. "to put down sewer connections, thenin tery.
Makers.O about $40, including uniform and in-
Cig. 00100010 2 6 2
up yesterday and Epps was convicted. my opinion they should be permitted -
St. Cloud
000000000-0 3 2 cidentals.
There was a mistrial in the case of and given the privilege of walk-

SEVERE GASH FROM HOE day.Johnson, who will be tried again to- Good Bye English Sovereign ing on the grass and the sod." WINTER PARK PAVEMENTSouthern

Bloors Fined $50; for Assault and TELEGRAM OF KING GEORGE

Little Three Year Old Boy Cut Battery ANGERS RUSSIANS Clay ManufacturingCo.
All Hail The American !
on Forehead With Hoe by James Bloors was fined $50 by Eagle Stockholm.-The Petrograd corre- Gets Contract for One

Companion Whileat Judge Warlow' after having pleaded -- spondent of the Aftonbladod writes: Mile of Winter Park
guilty to assault and battery. Theo-
PlayAt dore Josefson the By Gotham Knickerbocker. United States r.'!n--s-cme we have "The Russian press is in an angry PavingThe
was victim of
Bloors' attack.SE"E New York, Sept. 21.-Good-bye, had to ship: over to Europe in other mood over a telegram of King Georgeto

two o'clock yesterday afternoon English sovereign. All hail, American years when the treJc balance was the the Czar. On the anniversary of Southern Clay Manufacturingcompany

little Sherman Byrd, son of Mr. and eagle! other WO)'. Then the Bank of England the declaration of war the British was awarded the contractfor

Mrs. J. 0. Byrd, Hughey street, while "TH DAY ADVENTISTS TO You have heard a lot lately about evidently ran cut of eagles, for ruler telegraphed to his cousin: "Ac- paving one mile of streets in the

playing with a companion, was struckon MEET AT Si. PETERSBURGThe the dollar ruling the world, and some in the last shipment were $7,850,000in cept my heartfelt congratulations.Your city of Winter Park at the meeting of

the forehead with the sharp edgeof undoubtedly have been a bit puzzledby United States coins and $11,615i i brave army has accomplishedgreat the city council Monday night. Work

a hoe. The little fellow was car- annual camp meeting and con- all this talk of drops in foreign 000 in sovereigns.The results during the first year of will be begun on the paving as soonas

ried to McEwan's sanitarium by Ches ference of the Seventh Day Adventists exchange balance of trade and the British treat our eagles' most the war and victory now appearssure. possible, and it will be pushed to

Magruder, and after washing the will be held at St. Petersburg, shamefully. They ship them by ." completion rapidly.

blood from his face it was ascertainedthat Fhu, September 30th to October 8th. like.But if you had been down in the weight. To bring each bag up to the Unfortunately this message reached

the injury was only a scalp Among the speakers abroad big UnitE States assay office with required heft they chop coins into Petrograd just after the fall of War- AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF CONSIDERABLE -

wound. Mr. Byrd is a carpenter. there will be Elder J. O. Corliss from me last wee you could have seen many triangular bits and add these saw. It was kept secret for several INTERESTOn

California, O. Montgomery from At- something that a child could under- piece by peice until the scales tip. I weeks but finally leaked out and most .

PAVING ORLANDO-PINE CASTLE lanta, and Elder G. B. Thompson from stand-two million pounds of English As to the sovereigns, the assay of- of the newspapers criticised it sharply. another page of today's Senti

ROAD Washington, D. C. gold disappearing and rou \.. Dirty fice found itself with 2,550,000 on its I' Even the semi-official Novoe nel appears a notice from the Yowell.

Twenty-six churches with a mem- gold bricks taking their places. Iv'* hands. The importers were anxiousto Vremya bitterly remarked: "Actionby Duckworth company relative' to its intention

The Orlando-Pine Castle link in the bership of 850 people will be repre- bricks will soon become good Amer- get the benefit of the amount.In the allies on the western front of giving up the operation of

road connecting this city with Kis- sented at the meeting.A ican money. a few days a coil for gold will would be more welcome than tele- the Roof Garden, and in the future

simmee was attacked by the paving good delegation from Orlando New York has recently got three come here from the mint at Philadel. grams of congratulation which in the devoting its sole time to the develop

force yesterday morning, and will be and vicinity will be in attendance. gold shipments from England, each of phia. Then part of these bricks, erstwhile present circumstances almost have a ment of the department store busi-

finished as soon as possible. Only Among the number may be mentionedDr. about 520,000.000: brought by a fast British sovereigns, will go out satirical tinge.e" ness. Last night a large audience

three miles of road remain yet to be Ingersoll, physician of the Flor- British cruiser to Halifax and then on their way to become good American watched the presentation of "The

paved at the Osceola county end of ida sanitarium, B. W. Spire, business carried cverland with elaborate precautions eagles, an additional bulwark to McClure's for October. Other mag- Hound of the Baskervilles," based on

the line and this will be completed in manager of the sanitarium, and many the world supremacy of the American I azines O'Neal,coming book, stationery in daily. and Curtis music& the gripping detective story of that

the near future. others. The tirs-l two c..nsigrments were in dollar, I store. name by A. Conon Doyle.



Winter Park, Sept. 20.-Rev. W. L. Berlin.The workingmen of Belgium
Dane has been confined to the house 'arsaw.-The "Praca Navodoro" I. Geneva.The Bataille Syndivaliste, stubbornly refuse to performthe Berlin.-Almost all of the streetcars i i> said to have made

for a fortnight, but was able to occupy publishes details of the guerilla war a French socialistic paper, severely tasks imposed upon them by the of the German capital are now
his pulpit Sunday.Rev. that has been successfully waged criticises the government of the republic German authorities in the occupied run by women. Over 2,700 of them : MllWAUKEEfAMOUS[[
C. T. Douglass has been con- against the Russians by a secret Polish i for its alleged ingratitude to- part of the country. The secretaryof ,have taken the places of the conductors -
fined to the bed for a week, suffering I society. The organization was :ward the soldiers. The paper says: the German industrial committeeat I called to the front and about 500 I _
from a severe cold and bronchitis.Mr. I formed shortly after the outbreak of I "Since the war broke out thousandsof Louvain has just issued a reportof I are acting as "motormen." Several
and Mrs. II. B. Gibbs have returned the war and its leaders raised a large Alsatians from the redeemed towns conditions in the Belgian coal fieldsin thousand other women are employedas Perhaps our coffee may do a\.much
from their former home in amount of money to buy arms and ''and villages have joined the French Namur, Limburg, Liege and Hai- inspectors, starters, car cleaners, for Orlando, and with better results
Cleveland, Ohio, and are getting their ammunition. Guns, revolvers, car- 'I'army. These men fought valiantly naut. Not more than 20,000 out of a and switch tenders. to the drinkers.
new home ready for occupancy. They tridges, and large amounts of explo- against the Germans, in many cases total number of more than 150,000 Almost any one can make good cof-
have a very attractive home on the sives were obtained by agents in the even against their own brothers, but workers have consented to do any Try a Sentinel want ad. fee if in the making they will use the:
south side of Lake Osceola. interior of Russia and smuggled to II their self-sacrificing bravery is not work at all and even those do not best coffee and proper methods. Usually -

AH the awnings and porches along the rural districts of Poland, where appreciated by the French war de turn out more than a mere fractionof however, some detail is neglectedand
the main street except at the drug whole companies of "franctir,eurs"be- partment. They have now been or- their normal output. Mrs. Mary A. Cox the results are unsatisfactory
store are now hung by chains, thus gan to harass the Russian troops. dered to :Morocco to crush the rebel- The ,marble workers of Dinant are The Model uses the best coffee and
removing all the posts and supports Many bridges were blown up by the lion of the native tribes. Before they on strike. The metal factories are AnnouncesJust proper methods and obtain results.
that would interfere with pedestrians.Mr. conspirators and hardly a day passed were shipped to Africa they did not almost idle. The sugar factories of W. S. Branch is a brilliant writerof
: W. J. Waddell was out for a without a dynamite attack on some even get permission to see their fam- Tirlemont have started work but received from New York, "Side Lights" and a good judge of
little auto ride one day last week. railroad. The road between Warsawand ilies once more. This inhuman treat- there is a great scarcity of labor. In latest and very pretty hair orna- coffee.
Next Thursday, the 23rd, will be' Ivangorod was destroyed five ment of brave, patriotic men can not spite of all inducements the lineen ments; ladies' handsome shirtwaists The Model's 25c. Breakfasts are
the annual clean-up day in Winter times in succession and near Lubin be condemned too strongly. mills of Flanders remain closed.J. ; art embroidery. very popular.In .
Park. Everybody is invited and and Biala Siedlce the Poles blew up I t "The heroic Belgians are treated addition to the regular meals
urged to show his civic pride by join- two large ammunition trains. but little better. Although they are II. Jones, of Orlando, was among 501 WEST STREET which are served at the uniform priceof
ing with his neighbors in a general The Russians were powerless I I granted a short leave of absence from the prominent visitors to the Univer- Glendale Apts. Orlando. 25c., you can obtain just as elabor-

dean-up of streets and alleys and against the bans of conspirators, as .tim to time very few of them can sity City jesterday. Mr. Jones is one ate a meal as may be desired at any
help put the town in presentable they always turned up where they !make use of it, because they have no of the leading attorneys of his sectionof hour of the day or night.
shape for the season. A picnic din- ,were least expected. A few of the money and are not given free trans- the state, and came to Gainesville Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER Numerous 15c. specials all the
ner will be served by the ladies, as soldiers of Polish freedom," as they portation on the French railroads, on business connected with his.profes-
usual, and it is expected that this will called themselves, were caught and like French and British soldiers." sion.-Gainesville Sun.
be the greatest day for improvementsthat shot without the formality of a court --- time.The i
winter Park has ever seen. martial, but these executions were
Rev. Mr. Stone occupied the pulpit regularly followed by new attacks on Model Cafe
Beds Beds Beds !
for Dr. Douglass last Sunday.The the railroads and Russian military
Sanford C. E. Society are to camps. Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"

give a play at the public school build A. B. Cook & Co.
In New Patterns
ing next Friday night, the proceeds to GERMANS SHORT OF BEER Bright
be divided between the society and
Christ Building Orlando.
the school aid association.The Berlin.-Owing to the malt and ,
small recitation room on the barley supply to brewers being offi-
r west side of the school building has cially limited to CO per cent. of their
been enlarged so it will accommodatetwo normal requirements, and owing to ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST INVESTMENTS, LOANS
of the grades, thus making more the vast demand for beer for the
room for the high school upstairs, army in the field, a decided shortageof ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.Phone STOCKS AND
and with the rearrangement wherebya beer is noted. In order to alleviate BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESAn
recitation room is made from the conditions the authorities have
porch the crowded condition is much permitted brewers, having sufficient

relieved. We are expecting great improvement supplies, to use their allotted quan- ad in the morning Sentinelisa
in all grades of the work tity of raw material of the last quar- 204 safe investment.MltlttltttttliMCMtlMMttMlltttlttlltlMltllMM.
and bespeak for the teachers the ter of 1915 for earlier consumption.
hearty co-operation of all parents.A Brewers who have not sufficient 1
mothers' meeting is to be held supplies may purchase available raw Now Is The Timeto *
at the home of Mrs. Barze Tuesday material from other brewers, in order
afternoon to which all mothers and not to interrupt work.
those interested in their work are in- Furthermore, brewers are obligedto select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.
one-half of their of
vited. pool supplies Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
Provate letters from Mr. and raw material allotted for the fourth
Mrs. C. II. Ward, who have been visiting quarter of 1915, which will be distributed surprising low prices. A call will convince you. Extracts! Extracts!
relatives and friends in Geor- among brewers by the com-
gia and North Carolina for nearlytwo bined interests.The .

months, tell of delightful visits
with Prof. Ford and family, who for- DeSota County News is engaged
merly lived in Winter Park, but are in an attempt to show the necessity OSCAR HAND & SON Cut this ad out and bring it to our store with 5c. and

now in Piedmont College, in Demorest for county attorneys under we will give you a bottle of

Ga. They are having such a the present system of county govern- Complete Home Furnishers

pleasant vacation that they will remain ment. Peach Orange Lemon
in Demorest until October.Mr. or
and :Mrs.: Lenfest entertained
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friends from Jacksonville last week. ExtractWE

Messrs. Schultz, Bradshaw, and F.I I
J. Hunter and families motored to ,
Daytona last week for a dip in the '
briny deep. Both their cars were on I "Oakland Six"A GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
their bad behavior and put a kink in '
the pleasure of the trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindegreen now smile '
at their friends from their new Ford. '
The contagion is spreading and in STUDY of the specifications, while convincingto Our Grocery CompanyTwo

the language of James Whitcomb
: the trained motorist is sufficient Phones 3 and 200
Riley, adapted: The Ford habit'll git not to impart evenan :

ye, ef you don't watch out. approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

We notice that our neighboring be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof o
towns which borrow Winter Park '
our its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a
ball players are almost invariably the
winners. This proves the statementof close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in

a famous educator that the most this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat

important part of an education is to a surprisingly low cost. .. IMHMMIMIIIIIHHIIMMIMIIHIHHIfCAREY.
know where to find that which is
needed. The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

will give enduring service.

Kissimmee has cut the cost of elec-
tricity just one-third in that little Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System HANDFUNERAL
city. The people there were paying
The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without a standard
12 cents per kilowat, but this price electric and
comfortably without crowding. The driving starting, lighting ignition system.
has been cut to 8.SLAUGHTER. compartment has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy. DIRECTOR
tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with
SALE wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
Buy your wall paper cheap for the cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is chargedby AND EMBALMERAll
next few days. Making room for our ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- the generator.
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Store, Court stree Phone 67. Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA
95tfc.H.R.BERRY. The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith calls answered
light weight is exemplified in this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis Promptly Dayor
model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The Night.; Hand Block.
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
Power and Speed Orlando Florida.
secure foundation. This Oakland construction'eliminates -
The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor the unsightly side apron usually ,
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all found between the body and running board. PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
the flexibility and smooth running qualities a
Hotchkiss Drive .
A complete line of Ford Acces- Six should have, and is very responsive to the
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear
sories; a staff of expert mechanics axle and wheels without shock or jar, the
Low Center of Gravity rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-
to render satisfaction in all tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping I II
Like all' Oakland models, the weight of this I
prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -
is carried low to the ground. This prevents
lines of Automobile Repair
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort. H
Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This AUTO W ASUING STATION
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
Gasoline and fair and ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in. .
Left hand
drive with center control. Gear .

prices. I Vacuum Gasoline System shifting Powerful lever quick of acting the brakes ball and, extra socket large brake type. :. THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is ab- drums. Horn button in center of steering .
solutely automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top. with clamps to windshield with- : REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in Known as "The Handy Man."
For Nine YearsWe gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. .
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a I.
gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run-
of the car where it belongs. ning boards. : WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum,' steel, or any machine -
have been in business at the
.: parts. Work guaranteed.
same location, Corner of South
Main and Church Streets. $795.00 f. o. b. Factory .: GASOLINE AND OIL

Freeman V. D. Phillips
Phone 226 ,
J. B. Magruder, Jr., Distributor I .

Orlando's Leading Repair Shop : Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

and Garage n i M 1111 n in n M 1111111 n n M M 11111 u M i M 11 M( n n M 11 n 11111111 n M 111 "

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The latter part of September and THE FAIR
Ef ever you wants to take er ride
On pleasure er on Liz, early part of October brings thoughtsof
En see de mile posts backward glide, fall vegetables. The principal veg- San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 20.-Con-
En you jrvvine in er whiz. etables which can be planted during struction of a cannon 150 feet long
You ketch dat bus line, chile
go en this time are mentioned by Prof. W. and six feet in diameter was begun
Three times er day hit run;
To make yo trip in fus-class style, L. Floyd, of the University of Florida today at the Panama-Pacific exposi-
Jes ealJfOn Jones and Son. college of agriculture.Snap tion under the supervision of the bureau "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

beans may be planted in the of mines.
6:30 A. M. dey leaves dis town,
field or garden. Lettuce and cabbage The big gun is to be used in con-
Dey's otf to make dat run,
Ocoee, Winter Garden, en Oakland should be planted in seed beds and nection with the celebration of min- Unless Budded from A Bear-

boun- later transplanted. Sow in rows ing week, which began today and will
Hit's Johnny git yo gun. about six inches apart so that theycan be used to demonstrate how mine dust I
Dey runs on reglar schedule time, Tree of Known
Base runnin must be done; be cultivated. Turnips, carrots, explosions occur. The gun will be ing Qualityand
Dat kyar dey got am in hits prime, parsnips, and radishes can be sown in loaded with coal dust which will be !

Go yonder! Jones and Son. succession every ten days or two fired by the explosion of a small cali Quantity of Production

Dey leaves ergin at 10:15, weeks, so that a fresh supply can be bre cannon inside the gun. I -
De commodation it am gran, had continuously. Bermuda onion Attendance at the Panama-Pacific
Dat auto it am nice en clean, seed for the January crop should be exposition has reached the 13,000,000 /'-O. W. ConnerIn
Orange avenue am his stan. mark it announced The I
sown in September. These may be was today.
Dey makes dem trips in rain er shine,
Pass each town one by one, sown in the fields, but Professor average daily attendance since the I
En any time out dar Ise gwine, Floyd advises that they be planted in exposition opened has been 61,311.
I goes wid Jones en Son. a seed bed and transplanted later.

Dat bus am running evy day. For an earlier crop to supply green Umbrellas recovered and repaired I five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual demonstration

En holidays also. onions for the table, sets can be "while you wait. at Young's Repair in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
Now what bout dat got to say-
Dats runnin sum Ise you sho. planted now. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
kin hold big load,
Dat sum great
It sartinly kyar am er hun, With the eastern and western division i I I Sentinel Want Ads Pay. does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

Hit sho does trot sum down de road, of the Dixie highway, forming, 1___ L_ ____ Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
To suit dat Jones and Son. as it does, a loop of the state, every published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

Dey's off once mo at 3 p. m., principal point in Florida, the mecca
[IF BACK HURTS the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
De las fer dat day.
trip of winter tourists, will be made accessible -
Dat Ford he got sho am a gem, from a parent of true merit.
to the northern tourists trav-
Dats what de folks all say.
De Auto Bus Line, don't forgit, eling over the highway, through con- I i' To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection
It am de only one, roads which BEGIN ON SALTSFlush
are being rapidly
Deys in fer keeps, dey'll never quit, constructed. Among the feeders as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
Hooray! fer Jones and Son. been in existence five years, are falling over each other to convince -
which will
-By Paul Berlack. tap the Dixie highway in
Florida are the following: the Kidneys at once when Back you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May:: be so, but, Mr.::

AUSTRIAN BOMBARDS OWN From Gainesville north through achy or Bladder bothers-If eat Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

FACTORY Alachua, High Springs, Lake City, forma uric acid. the Ocklawaha: Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
Innsbruck.-Before Goritzia the White Springs, and thence to Jasper.
rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
Italians recently captured a large factory From Bartow through Lakeland to
and an Austrian battery received Plant City, thence to Tampa. No man can or make woman a mistake who eats by meat flushing regularly You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

orders to drive them out again. This From Leesburgh to Tavares and to the kidneys occasionally, says a well- great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
was accomplished after a furious Eustis. known authority. Meat forms uric acid
bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
bombardment which completely de- From Tavares to Clermont, thence which clogs the kidney pores BO they I
sluggishly filter or strain only part of bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
stroyed every building. When the across the Orange county line. the waste and poisons from the blood, ,
colonel of the regiment expressed his The Tamiami trail across the Ever- then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma- CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say: where your
admiration for the accurate fire the glades between Miami and Tampa. tism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness in '
is be first letter. Address
grove to planted jour
dizziness, ,
commander of the battery, Captain From Melbourne on the eastern division constipation, sleeplessness .
Madder disorders come from sluggish kid-
Otto Mueller, replied: to Kissimmee on the western +eys.I .
"That was easy enough. In time division. : he moment you feel a dull ache in the
of peace I am the manager of the Ineys or your back hurts, or if thene Ocklawaha Nurseries
is offensive, full of sedi-
factory, which is owned by my wife. MASONS PLAN A GREAT CHARITABLE cloudy
nt, irregular of passage or attendeda 'I
So I knew where things were." ORGANIZATIONBoston sensation of scalding,got about four o. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FloridaOR

Mass., Sept. .-Definite unces of Jad Salts from any reliable I
pharmacy and take a tablespoonful ia
SORER, BUT WISER action on the establishment of a great I i glass of water before breakfast for a
Union City, Ind.-C. B. (Blondy) Masonic charitable foundation in the yew days and your kidneys will then act j
Fergus went hunting today and treeda United States is expected to be takenat I tine. This famous salts is made from < G. G. Wright, Agent
squirrel. In order to watch for him the 103d annual session 'of the supreme the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined I
lithia and has been used for !
with BLDG.
with more comfort Fergus lay downon council, Scottish Rite Masons, generations to flush clogged kidneys and 8 FLA.
his back and wiggled a new tan which will be held here this week. stimulate them to activity, also to neu- I.
shoe in the grass. Another hunter The plan of the foundation contem- tralize the acids in urine BO it no longer
irritation thus bladder dis
mistook the shoe for fox the causes
a squirrel's plates administration with chargeof orders.
tail and fired.Twentyone. the estates of all widows and or- dad Salts is inexpensive and can I
shots entered Blondy's phans of Masons who apply for its not injure; makes a delightful effervescent -!
body but he will recover. Blondy says aid. lithia-water drink which all reg-I i'
ular meat eaters should take now and
he never again will attempt to coaxa Committee work preparatory to the then to keep the kidneys clean and the
squirrel from a tree by wiggling a opening of the council Tuesday was 'I blood pure thereby avoiding serious kidney _
tan shoe. expected to occupy most of today. complications.! j

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Of (Nlr.I c.% '' ?.. !' '
Eyes I Distinguished
Every Oneare Ii Itl'' I. I II f l Showing New

turned on the woman Fall SkirtsThe

whose clothes mark her / ::
f apart from the crowd. : iII :3JJt great demand for
They proclaim her one of i { + V smart Fall Skirts at

discriminating taste, for c II II! fE moderate prices finds us

to select such a garment splendidly prepared. Every -
from the many that are : + 1 ttwly day more and more

seen on every hand re- l u 1 v new skirts join our Fall

appreciation quires a knowledge of style and, tbcTJI \ : \ \ t : I ( (hi the Fashion most display exquisite, from ma-
material, fit and wearing :: / // terials and perfect mod-

qualities that few pos- i els.

sess. But these are Plain tailored, silk
characteristics that are braid trimmed, neat but-

found in every Prinzess ) tons, latest belt, and the

Suit Come in, look new handy pocket.
around and see what the :Many: other dressy

styles of the new season models in Taffeta, all at

are to be. nnFtf4 popular prices.

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The New Printzess Suits for Fall Are Here

The first of the new Printzess Models are just in. We knew we had a treat for you, and could hardly

wait for the time when we could show you. Now that they are on the racks, we are more enthusiasticover

them than ever, and confirmed in our assurance that our Garment Department will be showing the

brightest and prettiest versions of the New Fall Styles that any of the markets have shown.


H The Yowell-Duckworth' Co.


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South Florida SentinelMORNING TO E EUGY. ** IA Poem For The Day\1\!

What a change in a year! What
AND WEEKLY 'change a year of war has brought in The Sentinel takes pleasure in an-
I- GLENN .....................Editor 'I the most abiding of international relations THATACATIOX I nouncing that lion. Jos. II. Jones, of
*'. C. ESSINGTON ......Buiinru Mtncirr
those of debtor and creditor. Same old skeeters, Orlando, will be a candidate forstate's
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Florida Same old chuck,
who creditors are in a attorney from the seventh judicial
a* Second Clau Mail Matter They were our Same old fishing,
SUBSCRIPTION KATta way to become our debtors, and not Same old luck, circuit. Mr. Jones was appointed -

Daily, 1 Y?>r ........................ f 5.00 but for to Same old beaches, to this position by Governor Park EDITORIAL
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 merely temporarily years
Daily ;I Montha ...................... 125 come. The financial center of gravityis Same old skies, I Trammell upon the resignation of
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 shifting westward across the At- Same Same old old peaches flies, .Col. Cary D. Landis, of DeLand. That .

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... II00 lantic. Same old dances, he is eminently fitted for the positiongoes

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Will it remain here? That depends Same old moons, without saving. lie has been

ADVANCETO upon many things. We are warnedin Same Same old old string tunes bands, "weighed in the balance and found

ADVERTISERS certain quarters, sometimes intones Same old hammocks, not wanting." His record has been

of menace, to 'look out" for Same old swings, like an open book. It is before the
and all other Kand-aet
for display
advertising c.py Bust be handea in at the buineM Europe when the war is over. We Same old campfires, ,people. Nothing better can be said I
Bus .f the Sratinel itt later than Z p. su. shall need to, for poverty is an immemorial Same old old things. of any man than that he enjoys the
the day before publication. Thii role applies Same widows,
to chances far contract advertising: it Is stimulus to energy." Same old girls, esteem, the confidence and the respectof
variable and will be strictly adhered to. oomi Same old face tints, his frinds.
Same old curls, Two ReflectionsThere
The Sentinel dteuonrinned
Subscribers desiring -
\\ \.
Same old rowboats,
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be Worry is the great American habit. Same old sands,
continued at the regular subscription rates, Same old blistersOn
As national pastime baseball is a
a The Cathedral Seta
until notice to stop is
Telephone N>ab-r ...................... ** poor second. the hands,
Same old backache,
Our peculiar civilization makes it Same old fleas,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 191;)
chronic. We are the champion worriers Same old gossip..
Same old wheeze, Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
of the universe. I are two ways in which we reflect
No police court yesterday. Two weeks' outing School for Girls
The African is happy; Oriental fatalism Fades from view- 16th Year October 6th 1915
opens ,
o the merchandise in our store. One is by
dissatisfaction with
prevents a Same vacation,
education evidently Primary, and AcademicGrades
Compulsory the Asiatic; the European, in peace, Nothing new. discription and illustration-our adver
doesn't mean much to Florida after -Author Unknown.
is usually content.
all. Also Musi.:, Art, Elocution, Physical
But we worry because Jones, next tisement. The other is by placing the
o Well, the last session of the legis- Culture and Domestic Science.
door has automobile. Our brethren -
It is beginning to look as though ,of the an other continents would lature did do something after all-a For Catalogues address the Rector, goods in a place where they may be seen

France is the real backbone of the Farmers' Day was created. It comeson Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.,
merely accept Jones as a superior being to good advantage by passers-by-our
allies. Friday, October 8th, this year. Orlando. Fla.
and let it go at that. We don't.So .
o Now we know the Orange county -- show windows.
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Tampa 'is delighted over the first we go on worrying because farmer will get one day's vacation.All .

through mart to Havana which starts Jones has an automobile, and speedsit hail the farmer.Commissioner FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Thus we provide two ways of informingyou
up, because Mrs. Jones has a new
this week. gown, and because we may have some "Sam"Johnson o about the newest and best merchandise -
o is a
James F. .J. Archibald, Dumba'4tool trouble scraping together the money man who worries because he hasn't the market affords. Our windowsand e
for next month's rent and food bills.
explains that he didn't know the anything to do-the brick factory has
And we know all the time that worry- our advertisements are always interesting -
Note was loaded. .shut down for repairs and the work
ing won't ever get us a motor car, the
0 of laying brick in Orlando has tem VANILLA
to merit and
study-the regular
the rent fact
gown, or pay ; in it "
To add to the horror of Europe's I porarily stopped. "S. A. may now
takes away whatever little joy there find solace in fishing. TUTI FRUTI careful inspection by
pitiable plight, Italian volcanoes are everyone.
I might be in living.
now in eruption. We know that it impairs our I GUAVAICE Needless to say, prices are made as interesting -
health, destroys our efficiency and
How would you like to live under TONIGHT CREAMS. as the merchandise itself. What
spoils our chances of ever attaining
Villa's assurances that he would pro-
anything.Yes purchase here represents full value
tect you? No; give us Orlando. Today Charlie Chaplin is the highest ;you
worry is a great thing- rdoctos
o and undertakers. priced screened comedian in the for the money expended, not merely some- t
Having nothing else to celebrate world. Five thousand dollars a weekis

about the Italians made merry the o the figure on the contract which he SPECIALTYCLUB times but ALWAYS.
entry into Rome a half century ago. recently signed with the Essany company t

o OF ENGLISH. of Chicago. lie will be at the
Don't forget to boost for conven- With the teaching of foreign lan- Grand theatre tonight in "The Wo-
tions for Orlando. We have several guages in the public schools of this man." 'Nuff sed. The balance of the

booked for 1916. We should have country there is abundant lack of program for tonight is of a high
Describes the
fifty. sympathy among thoughtful critics of class order.

o our educational system. Many of We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed New SilksThey
"Made in Tampa" products attract them frankly disapprove of such instruction COOK & BAAS.

attention all over the country. The not because they think it and Delivered for All
Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
more "makes and mades" a city has at all a bad thing for anybody to ance promptly. Christ building.19171moc Occasions are wonderfully well adapted to the
the better. know one or several languages be- 1
o sides his own-they know better than new season's fashions in dresses, being

"The Birth of a Nation" started a that-but because in only the rarest
sufficiently stiff to use for wide skirts, yet
riot in quiet Philadelphia this week.It i instances does the language teaching

takes a lot of stuff to set that i here lead anywhere near to facilityin soft enough to drape most gracefully. ,_

Quaker town on fire. either reading or speaking, and
Here are Taffetas, Poplins, Failles, and
o therefore, to almost no profit, the pu-

A valued exchange says: "The nl's usually all too scanty time for other silks in plain colors and plaid effects

man who wandereth out of the way study is diverted from subjects of
of advertising shall remain in the. more immediate and vital importance.These NOTICETO designed particularly for use in combina-
I Ia
congregation of the dead." arguments apply also to the .
tion with woollen fabrics. Here are also
public schools of Cuba, of course, but

Some one in Tampa is throwing; there the conditions are different-so rich and elegant Silks, woven especiallyfor

away babies. Heaven help that per- widely different that probably the Cubans MOVING PICTURE
elaborate dresses and evening
son or persons when they face the will make to. serious mistake if more

Supreme Ruler on the Judgment Day. they carry out the announced inten- THEATER GOERS costumes.No .

o tion of ceasing to teach English in

Henry Ford is now going to have a their schools. lead-weighted "tender" Silks in this .

four cylinder self starting, non-punc- The young Cuban needs English
stock. All are new, fresh and of the most
tureaMe submarine runabout. The vastly more than the young American 1

rebate system will not be used on this needs Spanish, for instance, or any dependable qualities. Prices assure you

model. other European tongue, and he can ,
Having decided to give the operation of FULL value for what you spend.
a afford to give not a little time to the up

When Bryan gets to the European acquisition of something that will be
our Roof Garden and devote all our en-
battlefields he will probably try to directly and permanently useful in

stop the slaughter with an extra size whatever may be his business. For ergies to our largely increasing depart-

bottle of grape juice, the quitter's him it will not be a mere accomplishment. -
stimulant.An The islanders would be well ment business, we offer for sale or lease

o advised to think again and several the entire Roof Business.
Orlando man has caught the times before they carry out a plan

biggest bass of the season. George the execution of which will tend to

Keller pulled in a 44 pound bass and restrict and keep difficult their rela. Yowell-Duckworth Co.

Louis Dolive a 40 pound bass at Day- tions with neighbors who, though not SPECIAL"Cheney

tona last week.Stefansson's. much or at all loved by them, yet are .

o- good friends in a rather tactless way,

discovery of new land and even better customers for all that "
adjacent to the North Pole should interest Cuba produces. Bros. Silk Crepe de

that land the with Kaiser.all those He could Russian colonize prisoners -L1 Chine. In the new Floral and

he is now feeding in Germany.The .
o Pekin Stripe Effects. Exquisite in \

cry that American exports to

Germany have fallen off is without A Few Suggestions for Boosting Our TownBuilding quality and weave. Worth $3.00 '

foundation. Norway, Denmark and
Sweden have exported to German yard. Bought specially to sell at

the exports we should have exported good houses builds a good town.

to Germany directly.The The best plans a man can have are home plans. $1.75 yardWe'd

o Why should a town muzzle dogs and not knockers?
current issue of Outing states
that the farther south one goes on Be a live one and the town will never be a dead one.

the Atlantic seaboard the larger are A nice front porch has prevented manyan old maid. appreciate an early call from you.UicksollIves .

the bass, especially when one reaches Be like a ball player. The thing he is always working for is HOME.A .

Florida. Right, everything is big in town is like a preambulator; it isn't much good unless its pushed.A .
Florida and .
constantly growing.A good town will do more to keep the boys at home than good advice.
Virginia editor threatened to pub- The above suggestions, followed out, will boost the town. If the town is boostedour

lish the name of a certain marriedman business will be boosted. If you will come to us and give us a trial, learn how well

who was seen hugging and kissing we treat you; study our plan of Co-Operation; let us explain it to you, and embracethe

a girl in the park unless his sub- opportunity therein contained, you will be giving us a more direct boost, while, at
scription to the paper was paid up in
the same time, helping yourselves.We .
a Fifty-nine young men called
and paid up the next day, while two have a proposition to offer on Flour. Look for announcement. Co.

even paid a year o in advance.

"Advertising pays the buyer justas

much as it pays the advertiser. It

pays both and it pays them hand- The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

somely, for it creates greater sales .DfPARTMrNT STORf.

for the dealers and leads the buyer .
S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ...
to points where he can trade to best

advantage. Hitch right up to the

merchant who advertises and grow I '

with him."




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rr (@rlau n thirirtil IF. .1"Get It At Allen's"CHARMING -OAJ .. :: :;U


Wednesday, September 22.
Bachelor Girls meet with Miss Eliza- Methodist Sewing Circle met GRANDTODAY
beth Branham.The yesterday afternoon with Mrs. S. S. 1
Twentieth Century Club will Griffin at her home on Lake Eola.
meet with Mrs. J. F. Terry at her
The usual amount of work
was com-
residence, corner of Ridgewood and
Hillman avenues. pleted, after which the hostess served
Thursday, September 23. Roman punch and cake. '
Orlando Gun Club will shoot at the
Country Club.ORLANDO -0--
The Sunday school and ladies of
FISHERMEN TO the Highland Ladies' Aid will givean CHARLIE ,
GIVE BALL AT SEASIDE INN. ice cream social at Highland chapel CHAPLIN

On Thursday evening the Orlando Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, The world's greatest comedianin o c 1
and evening; 7 to 10 o'clock. I INDEED
contingent will give a ball in the din-
are the rings, pins, La Vallieres, Bracelets' Earrings, on view here.
ing room of the Seaside Inn to whicha
ADDITIONAL They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. They
general invitation is issued. A LOCALS "THE WOMAN I are novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
splendid orchestra has been engagedand taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
the hotel attaches are lending every Miller Phillips returned yesterday A special feature complete in 2 of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
the quality of the jewelry warrants.
DeLand where he went to deliver
effort to make the occasion a suc parts.
a Dodge car. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
cess.Seth "
Woodruff, "Doc" McElroy, and I "Nuff Sed. n
"Chief" Keller are on the floor com- Judge John M. Cheney left last Ib
night on the 12:30 train for :!
mittee, which is sufficient guaranteethat Highlands 01:1- -
the occasion will be a pleasant N. C., to join Mrs. Cheney, who "FOR HER FRIEND"A *
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one. I has been spending a portion of the

Among the guests from Orlando at (summer in the Land of the Sky. They Biograph Drama. I, THE TIME TO PAINTis

the Seaside Inn are F. G. Rush, Dr. will return home about the first of
the month. right now. Don't let things
Sylvan McElroy, Seth Woodruff, Mr. r
until the house, barn, fence floor
and Mrs. Lo.J ; Dolive, Mr. and Mrs THECORPORAL'S or
G. C. Keller, Robert Farris, Farris Miss Martha Whitten arrived in Or begins to look shabby. A little of our
Keller, Charles Bumby, Miss Ada lando yesterday afternoon over the DAUGHTER ready to use paint will put your home
Bumby, Dr. and Mrs. Hal Beardal1, Atlantic Coast Line from Marion, N. An Edison Drama. f in fine trim and save you the cost of a
William Beardall C., and will be connected with the Il f much bigger paint bill later on.
Chas. Rock, S. G. I I
Dolive. Sanford is represented by Yo\vell-Duckworth department store,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Herndon, Mr. and in the millinery department. She will 1 THE BEST SHOW IN THE

Mrs. B. F. Whitner, and Mr. J. D. make her home with Mr. and Mrs. V. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
The gasoline consumption Chittenden. V. Hasler, on East Anderson street. CITY

Quite a number of Orlando peopleare 205 S. Orange Avenue

is unusu- at the various hotels and have Mrs. John Jenkins and daughters, COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
cottages on the beach, all of whom Misses Virginia and Helen, are in Or- 5 cents 10 cents

ally low. will be present on-Thursday- evening. They lando are from accompanied Sanford, visiting by Mrs.friends.H. W. .. .. . ,. . . . . . .. ... .. .. ,.'

W. C. T. U. NOTES. Perry, mother of Mrs. Jenkins. These Tomorrow: "Graustark," featuring

The grand prize for the finest exhibit estimable ladies formerly resided in i I The New Ice
in group 17-"Alcohol, Drugs this city and their numerous friendsare Francis X. Bushman and I II ; Company !

and Tobacco"-in the department of extending them a cordial wel-
Beverly Bayne, in Six acts. I
u come.
social economy in the educational sec- PHONE 675
tion of the Panama-Pacific exposition
has been awarded to the World's and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. II. Bibb, who

National W. C. T. U. exhibit. Group. have been spending a couple of weeksin Delivery DailyWait
18 has to do with the "physiological' Orlando, guests at the San Juan, I

and other effects of alcohol' drugs and left yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic

tobacco; statistics of consumption and Coast Line for their home in for our wagon. We think
economic Chicago. They will return later in
costs; organized efforts for
lessening intemperance and use of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Bibb are YOU will like bur ice.

The tire drugs and tobacco; also legal regula- the owners of a pretty and prolific
expenseis tion of trade in liquors, drugs and to- grove a short ways from the city,but
bacco, and private and public management just to show their faith in citrus cul- ROOf GARDEN(

i reasonable, be- competing of the were liquor installed trade." by Exhibits the tract ture, of while land here in the they Lockhart purchased section a J The New Ice Company i iMillMIIIIIMIIIIIMIililHM

cause the size of the Anti-Saloon League, the Prohibition 'and contracted for having it set in

party, the National Temperance Society orange and grapefruit trees which .. IMIIMIIIMtH . *
tires is right for the New York Hospital for the they'purchased from the famous Ock-
5 lawaha Nurseries. TODAY
Insane, and by Japan and
Uruguay. .- -. . .. lillllllliniMMIIMMMt ,*



announcement of the "THE FALLEN STANDARD"A
marriage of Miss Mary approaching Scruggsto H. Otis Rogers, bungalow, $1,400. I ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

Mr. Harold Otis Rogers will be received Dr. R. P. Buckmaster, frame gar- two-part drama.

with pleasure' by the many age, $45.

friends of the couple. The weddingwill W. M. Rivers, 4 room house, $225. .
take place the latter part of Oc Mrs. Ellen B. Wherry, residence, 7 "PAREE AND ITS PARKS" w-y
tober. rooms, $2,500.A. .
The bride-elect is the daughter of Forage, house, $325. Educational, one part.

Mrs. Jas. L. Giles, garage, $4,000.
Capt. and A. T. Scruggs and is

a young lady of sweet disposition, of Hamilton Sharpe, house, $450. CURTIS & O'NEAL .
r splendid culture and charming man- Carrie B. Cole, residence, 8 rooms, "PATHE NEVS"PictQre

ner. Mr. Rogers is a splendid young $1,250. of Grand American
man of this city and is the junior Mrs. C. J. Fuller, addition and repairs .
35 P. partner in the well known firm of $500.W. Handicap Shoot, and New York :: : Insurance Loans Real Estate : :

Fergus & Rogers. lie is held in the J. Wyndham, residence, $1,808. fashionable show.

high esteem of a large circle of Rentals
RETURNS.Mrs. Mr. E. G. Duckworth, Miss Vivienne
Hasler, and Mrs. Opal MacKenzie left The One-Price Theater
A. P. Curry and two little I
last night on the 12:30 train for Jacksonville .
daughters, the Misses Okle and Leo- .
na, have just returned from a two where they will sail today on I ,
the Clyde Line steamship for New 10 cents 5 cents
months visit to points in the North, : ESTABLISHED '
York, where they will visit the
including stops at Newark, N. J., and buying II
I centers for the Yowell-Duck-
Buffalo, Nyac, and Syracuse, N. Y., worth II
at the latter of which places they department store. Miss Ilas- .
ler will look
spent three weeks visiting relatives. the millinery end Thursday, "Who Pays?" :
Mrs. Curry met many Orlando people and Mrs. MacKenzie the ladies' ready . . . IlllllllitllllllllllllllHand's
to wear department.
while in the North and also talked
with numbers of tourists who
anxious to visit this city. A great

many people are coming South this I
FOR RENT-Several houses .
season, and indications are that Orlando and unfurnished. Well lo- .
will receive an unusually' large cated. Call' Mrs. II. B. Leake at 312
number of winter visitors. Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
179. 9-22-6t


The Younger Matrons Card Club

was very attractively entertained yes-
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.C. PROGRAM Pure Ice CreamMade
G. Brown, on North Orange ave Reliance. "The Race Love."
Phillips nue. There were three substitutes, i Beauty. "Little Chrysanthemum."
who played in the places' of members Majestic. "Her Filmland Hero."
American. "The "
Unmasking, fea-
who were absent. These
substituteswere turing Wm. Garwood and Vivian
Mesdames David Rogers, Ralph Rich.
Yearby, and Irving Dunn. Four good reels' of Mutual movies. In Orlando
& Five cents to all.
The club members present were
Mesdames Thos. Brodwater, Gordon -- ------- ---

Wright, DeWitt Miller, James Ma- MODEL KINDERGARTEN
gruder,Jr., and Davis Fishback. First

prize was captured by Mrs. Irving SCHOOL
Dunn. A dainty salad course was Phone 566-666
served by the hostess. MISS LEY, Director .

--0-- Opens Monday September 27,
ROYAL NEIGHBORS, in Primary room, First Methodist -

ATTENTION. Church. Froebel System,
Sunny South Camp No. 7615 request graded work. Beginners, first
all their members, also visiting and second grades, pupils 3 to
members, to be present at the regu- 7 years of age.

lar meeting Wednesday afternoon, For particulars phone 221, or
September 22, at 2:30 at I. O. O. F. call at 14 East Jackson Street,

hall. Katherine Dennis, recorder. after September 1st. .. -...

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hope for in a BY FRANK G. MENKE

The Famous New York Sporting I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
varnish ? Expert.
New Onion Sets Just
New York.-It looks as if old King Crop Values Low Prices

Solomon will have to jump out of his ArrrvedCome
sepulchre and give us a ruling on the .

most perplexing problem of pugilism, in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality
to-wit: Seeds, and Low Price
Who is bantam champion of the
world? provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
Ever since that Kid WilliamsJohnny cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

Ertle bout in St. Paul on September City Drug Store an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
10 there's been all sorts of debat- can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

ing over the peculiar question which stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
that bout brought up.
Williams, who won the title from
When you buy varnish for your
floors you hope that it will improvethe Johnny Coulon, was disqualified in McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
appearance of those floors and I the fifth round of the Ertle bout for
that it will be durable.
fouling, the fight was stopped and
Unfortunately much that is sold for Referee Barton awarded the fight to STRENGTHENED ALL Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
floor varnish won't realize that hope
for you.Lawson's The boxing laws of Minnesota specifically Berlin.The German navy depart- Berlin.-Col. Norregard, a Norwegian -I
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish
has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is bar the rendering of decis- ment has received reliable information officer who recently returned
is easily unequalled applied for because durability it works and easily.will not It ions and Barton apparently had no that the Russian Baltic fleet has from Constantinople, said:

free scratch in from white.five It to dnes seven absolutely hours and dust-gets right to render a decision. However, been greatly strengthened and that I "On the peninsula of Gallipoli the Engraved Stationery and

hard in twenty-four hours. since the bout, the boxing commission there is a feverish activity in Russian I allies have sacrificed 10,000 dead for

capacity As for economy.that is wonderful.Lustro has a covering has backed up Barton, in this ship building yards to turn out a 'every mile of ground gained. Near InvitationsDon't
way seemingly overruling itself. number of new vessels before the Krithia they have penetrated five
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor I
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsntis Ertle, of course, asserts he is the coming winter. It is said here that I miles from their point of debarkation, ask
us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
factory.Made new champion-and seems entitled to American naval designers are in' but on all other fronts they are still
by Valentine & Co. the title. But Williams, claiming the charge of construction at Kronstadt. I I near the shore."Nowhere because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent

Manufacturers of protection of the state laws-and be- Before the naval battle in the gulf has blood been shed so and deliver the goods in Orlando.

ing justified in doing so-declared he of Riga the Russian squadron is said freely as here. Reckoning up all QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

/ALSRAR and did not lose the fight because no rul to; have been reinforced by four large losses in ships and men it must be PRICES THE VERY LOWEST. '
VALENAMELAll ings-except in cases of knockoutsare ironclads of the "Gangut" type. Four said that the Dardanelles adventureis

t permissible-and that Barton was cruisers of the "Borodino" type, each the most costly experiment of the \v. S. BRANCH
assuming authority h.e did not havein of 32,500 tons, are nearing comple- whole war. The allies may eventually ,
the fight to Ertle.A tion. I THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC
to be awarding I succeed in opening the way to the STORE
had at Ii
fine mix-up, eh, Watson0 ? II I Turkish capital, but this will not be

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT The Plant City Courier is advisingits possible without further awful losses. -

STORE How Connie Mack Foiled Cap Anson readers to pay cash as the only relief ." SKATING
Once upon a time-in the days of from the present stringency. It

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. long ago-"Cap" Anson hammered a points out at considerable length the You'll hear a man say "No, it I

ball over the fence but refused to ad- advantages of the pay cash system. doesn't pay me to advertise,as it ap-
vance farther than third base, although peals to too small a class of people."
And yet when the same man loses LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -
$1,000The he was entitled to a home BUYERS AND SELLERS his bunch of keys he rushes to the AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY M
run, and his team was three runs be- I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
hind at the time. Why? estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., he knows that in the whole -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Well, in those days the catcher over 30 years. Have handled over wide world there is only one person INSTRUCTORS.Open .
$20.000,000. Call and see me. who can possibly be influenced by his"Lost"
played back until there was a man on 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
f -; <;. \ertised. at $1000 base. Connie Mack happened to be 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

each in ...g space last week were the catcher that day and Whitneywas -- ---- ----------

bought by Mr. Henry Green, contractor the pitcher for the club opposingthe Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Chicagoans. Anson thatif
and builder of this city. Mr. figured
he lingered on third, Mack would
Green knows real estate values and have to move up back of the batter ADMISSION: : 1O CENTSRollins

bought the four. and Whitney would be forced to pitch

You can look for two nice bunga- slower. Anson knew that one run

would be useless to his side and he
lows to be built upon the propertythis
thought that slower pitching might College Winter ParkOldest
season, Mr. Ange is now buildinga ,
enable his men to stage a batting
splendid home on the 5th lot.
rally. College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,
Dr. Christ had reserved three lots However, Connie foiled the shrewd Music
Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Aria, Bus- f
in the subdivision, they are just as Anson by taking a long chance in refusing iness, Teachers' Course.

good as the ones sold. I have gottenhis to move up until after Pfeffer Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
consent to sell the 3 lots at $1000 had been thrown out at first. Then / Message nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
he took up his station back of the To the BusinessMen 1 No. 4 music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
each, and it is the best bargain in batter and Ed. Williamson fanned, rooms for Business School, full banking equipment: New chemicaland
choice residence lots to be had at leaving Anson stranded on third despite of OrlandoWhen physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
this time in the city today. the fact that he had made a boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
run-down salesman calls do his ?
a on you, you buy goods
home run drive. nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
-- him an order?

CALL OR PHONE Does This One Get a Prize? Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must

E. C. YoungRoom Peculiar plays in baseball? Well, look prosperous and show local pride.
how about this one in which a first Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because

10, McNeill & Davis Block. baseman executed a double play at they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable, i The 1aet:
for paint made of
Phone 569. second base!
The Gaints and Reds were staginga OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

combat. Lobart, the first man up Dutch Boy White Lead OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
in the under
inning discussion, dou
MisdirectedEconomy FRESH AND SALT MEATS
bled. Brainerd followed and sent a
bounder the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
to Red
pitcher. The and Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and
pitcher turned to throw to third and decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
then saw that Lobart had turned and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL and pure.

around and was well on his way backto LEAD COMPANY We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Trying to save a few cents by second. So the pitcher heaved the everything in the Meat Line.
ball Mollwitz, the Reds' first base-
having work handled in-
ferior hands. ,,man. H. JVC. Self & Co.

greatly Your enhanced personal when influence you are is first However and was, Brainerd half way had to second rounded by FORAGE GROCERY CO. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

time. Mollwitz was going to
clad in immaculate linen.
throw to second in an attempt to WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .- t

catch Brainerd, when he saw Lobart

OrlandoSteam 'also dashing for the same bag. Moll

witz, sensing a mix-up, held the ball,
I running with it toward second. Specials All This Week

LaundryFRENCH Lobart slid back into the second ORLANDO"'ROOFING

i sack just at the same moment that --
DRY CLEANERS I Brainerd slid into it. There ANL
was a Best granulated sugar, 16 Ibs. .$1.00 3 cans corn good grade ..... .. 23c.;
LAUNDERERS i collision-and both men rolled away 3 cans early June ... .. 25c. SHEET METAL CO
from the bag, Lobart being whirled Best lemons per doz. .. .. .... 13c.: peas
PHONE 88 I 3 cans baby size cream, Gold or
onto the back of second. Georgia butter, fresh shipment
grass .Globe . . .. .. ... .. lOc.
- --- -- -- I By this time Mollwitz had arrivevdon per lb. . .. .. .. .. ... 30c.
3 Ibs. onions, cabbage, northern
the walked Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
scene, to where
Fire InsuranceCOOK over Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold turnips . . .. .. .. .. lOc. ,
Lobart and Brainejd
and tagged out both. were sprawled, Seal and other butter .. .. 33c. Irish potatoes, per peck: . .... 23c. and Rubber Roofings

Sliced bacon, lb. box . .. . 32c. .per bushel . .. .. .. .. 90c.

Snowdrift, large pail ....... .. 93c.; Fresh snap beans, lb. .. ... .. lOc. Cornices Ventilating M..Ia1 Ceilings
SOLDIER Skylights. Healing ,
& BAAS, Agents CELEBRATES HIS 75th Crisco large pail . .. .. .. 83c. Sweet potatoes, very nice!, peck. 40c. .

BIRTHDAY Pillsbury's best flour, 24 lb. Prunes and fancy peaches, Ib. .. lie.

Christ Building sack . . . .. .. . .. .$1.00 Rum ford. Calumet or Royal bak- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Vienna.-At the Italian front Joseph Best pastry flour, 24 lb. sack ing powder, per can . . 22c.

Kreutlanzer, the oldest soldierof plain or S. R. . . . 93c.; 7 cans sardines . . .. . 23c.:
For Sale At the Austrian army, has just cere- :Macaroni and spaghetti, 3 pkgs. 25c. Tall salmon per can . .. 9c
brated his 75th
birthday. The old t lbs. best head rice . . 23c.: PRICES ON FEED
warrior is a Tyrolean farmer and belongs Pure ground coffee, per Ib. .. 13c. Cotton seed meal .. .$1.23; and $1.30

Your Price10Room to the "lands-schuetzen," a militia White House coffee, per lb.. .. 33c. Shorts . . . .. .. ..$1.80

organization. When he volunteered Maxwell House coffee, per lb. ... 30c. Sweet feed .... ... ... .. . .$1.73 The Orlando Meat MarketT.

he was at first rejecteh, but he 8 bars Lenox soap . .. . 25c. Oats .... .. .. .$190 and $2.00

insisted fight and that he should be allowed to 13 bars Octagon soap .. .. ... 50c. Beet pulp ... .. .. ... .. ... .$1.80 A. YANCY Jr., Manager

was finally permitted to go 7 pkgs. Pearline or Xaptha . 23c. Best wheat ... . .. .. .... .$2.40

House, Lot 1S0x200, I to and the does front not, as look he is to in be robust health 2 bottles extract . .. . lac. Best chick feed . .. .. .. .$2.10 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

older thanfifty. 2 No. 2 lamp chimneys . . 13c. Magic feed for hens .. .. 20c
faces on three streets, 2 blocks I Despite his age he is an excellent 2 bottles household ammonia. 13c. Salt per 100 lb. sack . .. . 63c.AH : Florida and Western Meats

from center of City, east side. I I j mountaineers.marksman, like all Tyrolean 12 pkgs. corn starch . . 13c.; these prices good for all next

I No. 2 can Tomatoes . . ";cI' week. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

For Sale at YOUR PRICE. .4 for . . . . . Call 638 and saTe money.
I No individual with anything to sell I' = Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
!or trade can successfully find a buyer -

j lor trader without the aid of the Sen- Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
r |. tinel want ads. Remember that its Forage Grocery CompanyTELEPHONE PHONES { Residence, 133 ;or. Orange Ave. and Church St.What .

CARL DANN circulation represents five-sixths: of
the Orlando community. 638

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y JL/rrmtoer: I.. ettlits and Shingles I SENTINEL r PROFESSIONAL CARDS I

I! WANTS i" Worthington! BlackmanATTORNEYA'rLA'V 1



I Phone C17
I The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet
: Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
,J ORLAN"DCCement" Ad Medium in Orlando. I Phone 161 I
"- I
I II worth Building.
Term. Cash in Advance. I

Plaster and Lime
Agatfte RATES I
For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH DAVIS & GILES
For Three Daja ____________50c
For Six Daya _______________75c i
For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone ATTORNEYSATLAWPhone
This rate applies on all ads of
172 I 72
25 words or less. If the ad con-

.RI:. .' I tains will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

: 1 f I each sertion.If additional. word, for each in- & McNeill Block

I ypu can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT
ark 4 4Y Every Man has use for a 1 Phone 161
Sentinel Wal'Ad..
ur No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Ha.
Room 44

FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE-I have a few White
Wyandotte cockerels for sale. Ad-
dress XYZ,.Sentinel office. 9-19-3t BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
Furnished 14 room house, on brick
What's the Matter With the street, arranged for light housekeeping. -
II Splendid location; large lot. DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
Hot Water 9-19-3mo PLUMBINGSALLAS

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract & SALLAS
What a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
quickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 208 Boone Street
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth
room. poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. -
You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your 6-9-tf Bldg Phone 597.
home be any less modern and complete?

A Gas Water Heater Is the Solution FOR RENT L. Percival Hutton

FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle -
A circulating or instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot water I furnished or unfurnished, by SURVEYING
all the year 'round-independent of janitors, hotel clerks or your own the season, month or year, with gar- 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
nace. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot age, garden, fruits and flowers. Ap- and Sub-
.I it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. fure' I ply to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc Plating Dividing ARCHITECT
We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various !
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? FOR RENT-Splendid office in the PROMPT AND ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, WORK Florida.
. agent. 9-15-tfc

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR RENT-Fuller residence, fur- HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.
nished; Lucerne Circle; for season.
Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent. Civil Engineer

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished roomsat 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
306 East Church street; cheap 9
rate to children I I
permanent parties; no
..' -' '-'j taken. 9-17-tfc i Phone 72
1 .I :
''' !
'..::::..,.,;::,... .ff _.,_,:,,..
:;", :: FOR RENT-By the season, month,
or year, one.upstairs flat for light Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELl
housekeeping; also other rooms, and
garage, electric lights and bath in I OPTOMETRIST
and Counsellor at Law
house. Apply 300 East Concc rd ave. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

,J Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
.111111111111111 I I 1111111 II MIIIMMM 111111111 1111 II II III I I I I I III 11111111111I I WANTED
I WANTED-Three agents wanted at
I once. Call at Rooms 32-33. Arcade -

SOUTH" 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ : building.WANTED-To modern 6 room trade house for, in car good,9-21-3tc a loca-new ARCADEMILK, McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

I tion. Quick, as this is a bargain. FOR
I C. E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway
OCOEE, FLORIDA Fla. 9-21-6t* Caruthers FlowersLeave

LOST-Male pointer pup, 3 monthsold.
Liver ears and liver spot on your orders here
rump. Specks on body. Had collar DEPOT I
with my name on it. Reward if re-
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- t turned 9-19-tfc to Frank D. Guernsey.

' fruit Trees fine condition Jolet Dell Florist.
in at the very lowest] YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed -
: an outside service depart-
.. .. .. .. BUTTER lUILK-
prices .. .. .. .. ment and is prepared to give you J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
prompt attention. We have a compe- Fresh Every Day.
: tent man who will fit keys, repair 509. 408 South Lake 8LI
your trunk, or do anything in the re- 5c. per glass
: pair line. He is ready to go at :your 25c. per gallon
The is the best time call now. Just phone 304.
rainy season to set 9-12-1moc

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep LAWN MOWERS sharpened and CREAM BUTTER AND MILK I CLINT BASSPHONE

one year's growth in advance of trees set repaired at Orlando Bicycle 9-8-lmoc and Fresh Homemade 375
next fall. West Jefferson Street

PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana tomato SANDWICHES Successor to
35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- .......
I field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants,
25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry ARCADE MilK DEPOT
land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each. of All Kinds

prices, to the above address 9-15-d&w-tfc Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. PROMPT SERVICE

'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111Ilia 11111 Itillllllll repaired; keys fitted; locks re- GEO. BANSCHBACHCabinet
paired; anything in the repair 'line isour
line. -J ust- phone 304, Young's I
Repair Shop, and our man will call MakerDoors
Harness Makingand at once. 9-12-lmoc

Repairing NOTICEWe Screens, Porch Swings, $1.25TAMPA

FOR SALEWill are offering some rare bargainsin Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -

groceries. Buy where your dollar Folding Card Tables, Cedar
All kinds of leather repairing, such counts. Chests Flower Boxes, Pedes-
Medium Snowdrift _____________40c. ,
f I as: Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Crisco ________________________40c. tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
offer for sale for a few days I Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks Good pastry flour, 12 Ibs for_--__45c. All Work Guaranteed AND RETURN
i Auto Cushions and Tops, also :Mixed spices _____________half price
get your scissors sharpened. 9176t.IODEL GROCERY. Thursday Sept. 23VIA
the corner Orange Avenue
property I 12 E. Church St. Phone 447 ,
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 23 West Church Street, in Hopkins hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tfc ----- ---- ------

the skating rink property, for $26,000. Shoe Shop. NOTICE, ODD REBEKAIISThe FELLOWS AND RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Atlantic Coast line

I W. A. Boston Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
down and balance $1,000
$2,000 a year Orlando Rebekah Lodge is work guaranteed and neat-
9-16-12t planning for a very interesting pro- ly done. Our work is the best Standard Railroad of the South
and interest at six per cent. I gram on Thursday evening, September -
I 23, the occasion for the event be- and our prices are the lowest. -
I ing the anniversary of the organization This is the place to have your
of the order. Large delegations ,old clothes made new. II SpeciTrain
are expected from DeLand, Eustis, I _
fORD HUES[ \ Winter Garden, Ocoee, and Kissimmee. -
All Rebekahs are requested to Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. I Leaves Orlando 7.43 a.m.
C.A.HOVEYTry i I be present at 6 p. m. DeLand Lodge Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. !
Tickets limited date of sale and
I (will be present and supper will be F. Suit pressed _____________40c
O. O.
"1 served in their honor in I. good on special train only.
$6.75 All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
Front Hall, after which the Rebekah degree
q\ I will be conferred on a number of can- pressed ____________50c
didates. All Odd Fellows and their Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
I Rear $8.25I I wives are respectfully invited to be For Information Call on
present for the program which beginsat We do ladies' work also. Giveus
I 8:30, after which refreshments will a trial and be convinced. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

a Sentinel Want Ad i GOODEN, ORANGE JACKSON AVEMJI AN D E be served.MRS. F.Respectfully L. ANDERSON, ,9-21-21 N. G. Clothes called Phone for 613.and delivered. W. R. O'NEAL Orlando, c. P. & T. A.



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Mr. W. S. Branch, Jr., returned yes-
terday afternoon from a visit to Philadelphia
and other points in the
North. .

Travel l 111 -&>c .". Buick automobile in Jacksonville :
and everywhere on American territory, 13 siznplf6 by "A.B.A." ,was FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are numbered among the out of town bus-
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would iness transactors visiting Orlando
often be refused,foi want of proper identification. These chequesare yesterday.
ttlf'-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
business or pleasure. $10 A WEEKYOU
Deposit your Savings: Checks and
The State Bank of Orlando let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf

Mrs. R. M. Hudson left yesterday SPEND
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Fredericksburg, Va., where she
will teach music in one of the semina-
ries in that city.

Harold Barber, representing F. S.
Webster company, Boston, typewrites YOU SAVE
ribbons and carbon papers, was in
Orlando yesterday in the interest of

his firm. $10 A YEAR H

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

Mr. Harry Davis, one of the popu-
; lar young men connected with the
:McCracken Orange avenue emporium, '
spent yesterday in Tampa busi-

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

Mrs. W. M. Murphy and baby, Cath-
erine Lee left yesterday afternoonfor
Jackso'nville where they will visit
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ L. S. Scroble, parents of

Mrs. Murphy. The Peoples National BankMllilMMMMMIMIIiCIIMiiiiniMtlililMIMIIM

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

Mrs. John Ponder and interesting

, "ELDER" Spring Water children, Gladys, Herbert and JohnL.
., are here from Jacksonville visit-
ing Mrs. Ponder's parents,'l\lr.\ and

N x MT. TT EAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Mrs. II. II. Berry, on Main street. 111"* *

'PETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD Fresh bread, coffee cakes, pies anda
full line of fancy cakes. Give us a t' 11 .' MMMIUIMMOMIIIilllMMIMiniKSTUDEBAKER llltllll
trial. We aim to please. Phone or-
TRY Better TRY ders promptly attended to. Phone
No. 52. Carl Jansen's Bakery (suc-
IT BEST IT cessor to Chas. Rock). 1- -22-5tc

Messrs. W. W. Herndon and A. V.
Yancey have leased the Arlington ho- 1916 Models | j
tel dining room and took possessionthis
week. They will cater to the
wants of the inner man with appetiz-
ing viands. Just ArrivedTo

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

Rev. and Mrs. E. Lee Smith ands examine;: and ride in them will convince you
'>n, Mr. Jesse B., who have been residing -
in Apopka for some time, yesterday that these cars are the best automobile values yet
moved their household goods
to Orlando and are now happily domi- offered.
ciled in their new home on North
Orange avenue.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

LOAD OF 18-18-tf Archer Braddock, son of Mr. and San Juan Garage Company j !

Mrs. Spencer Braddock, of Drennen,
Touring Cars left yesterday morning over the At-
lantic Coast Line for Gainesville, Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
where ha will enter the State University -
$482.00 DeliveredF. and take an electrical engineering -

course. ...

G. RUSH ard.Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand !

f..y V 1"'lfl" IIII."IIIIOI"IIII'I"'II'IIII"IIIIII'11.1111
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Miss: Annie Lee Barksdale and Miss

I :Mabel Sturkey left yesterday morn- 11.1 111111111.111.11111111111111111111 11111111111.111111111 11111111111111111i
ing for St. Augustine where they will

J Blind resume Institute.their studies They at were the Deaf accompa-and i Who Will Be Your Executor? I

nied to the Ancient City by Mrs. C. B.

Deposit your Savings Checks and I be materially impaired as a : z ; c w r---" :
Your estate
-- --- --- -- --- let them earn 4 per cent. interest for may s
1IIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll11111111111111 you. 8-12-tf direct result of the appointment of an executoror
trustee. :
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Lobean and _
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress family, who have been spending the When an individual is appointedThe :-
correctly. is generally weaker.It .
financial responsibility
summer at Colorado Springs Colo.,
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into are expected home today. Mr. Lester is usually provided in wills that the person
society." Lobeanf who has also been West with nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will his parents, reached Orlando a dayor from giving bonds.
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. so ago and has been
getting it is at the expense -
bonds ,
When surety are supplied
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe things in shape at their home on
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of Boone street. of the estate, and then only partial secu- jt *
rity against loss is provided. roU
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each +
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist When a Trust Company is selected
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings church are preparing a box to be sent The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility .
exactly alike. to the orphanage at Enterprise. Donations I
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. of clothing, materials, or is secured.A .
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you later money than will September be gladly 28th.accepted Send not do- bond which has behind it the entire financial
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans nations Methodist parsonage. strength of the Institution is always filed with
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come 1-9-22-61 the Probate Court st ni coat to the estate.
in and be sociable.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. Mrs. Geo. H. Wygant and son, Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and Master Geo. H. Jr., have arrived in this newspaper. jtr
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell
Orlando from
Work, anything artistic. Tampa to spend a few
Original designing done for special platinum work. days with :Mrs. Wygant's father, Mr. Come in any time and freely ask for further e.z j I rok
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible H. B. :Myers. :Mrs. Wygant has goneto information on this vitally important subject. i. at.-
prices. Asheville, N. C., to attend a meet- You are always welcome, and our officers are alcrays H
ing of the National Electrical Association glad to advise. I
of which he is the secretar}.

treasurer. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBuekitiaster

& BniiidafieOSTEpPATHS !! Orlando Florida


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