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 23, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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MISHAP French front, was bombarded today GOVT. CANAL

Various News From Along ON PALACE AND RAIL- than a hundred bombs were Petition Will He Placed Before
I !
Motor Row-Auto Notes ROAD STATION. dropped on the palace and the railroad Board of Engineers Com-
I station, according to an official missioned by Congressto
Bulgaria May Declare War in Concerning Industryin Paris, Sept. 22.-Stuttgart, the cap- I statement issued tonight. InvestigateAt
OrlandoR. --- -- --- ----- ---
Next 48 Hours-Quick Dash -- VON PAPEN, NUBER AND

Through Serbia Is Planned- L. Ferran, of Eustis, drove in NewRevolutionIs 7 Dead 50 HurtN. a called meeting of the Orlando HUNGARIAN EDITOR
Board of Trade held at the San Juan
yesterday from Detroit, in a Stude- MAY LEAVE U. S.
Greece Mobilizes Says Report
baker "six," which he had driven all hotel yesterday afternoon, the mem-
Which Passes the Censor at the way from the factory. Mr. Fer- ThreatenedBy Y. Subway bers of the board present by a unani-

Athens. ran reports that the roads all along mous vote endorsed the St. Johns PAPEN ML 1 BE THE FIRST 10 GO

the route were in remarkably good Garza ExplosionNew river route for a government built
London, Sept. 22. The entire north. condition. The entire trip was made .
canal, as outlined and explained by Publication of the Messages In-
ern frontier of Serbia is under bom- without a stop and not a single puncture -
bardment by the AustroGermans.The was suffered during the 2,700 Washington, Sept. 22.-With the York, Sept. 22. Seven per- the committee from the Sanford Com- trusted to Archibald Causesa

principal fire from the artilleryis mile drive. Mr. Ferran left Atlanta threat that if Carranza proves a sons were reported by police to have mercial club, and as opposed to the Stir in Official
being directed against the Serb positions Monday morning and arrived at Eus- stumbling block to the peace plans been killed and more than fifty others East Coast canal route.
along the Macva border in the tis Tuesday evening. for Mexico a new party will take the seriously injured today when a dyna- The Sanford committee, composedof 'VashingtonWashington
northwest. This was officially an- field against him, headed by "one of mite explosion in the excavation on E. T. Woodruff, secretary of the
nounced in a statement reaching here Changes at the Palms the leaders of the greatest prestige," the new Seventh avenue subway inland waterways committee of 'the Sept. .-Upon the
tonight from Vienna. The old Palms garage, located on made today by Roque Gonzales Garza -] caused a cave-in which engulfed a Sanford Commercial club; C. R. receipt and publication of the corre-

Bulgaria is preparing to attack West Central avenue, which will be former president of the convention surface car and numerous pedes- Walker, chairman of the committee, spondence taken from James F. J.

Serbia at the same moment the Aus- vacated today, will be immediately government of Mexico. trians. and Robert J. Holley, editor of the Archibald by British secret service
tro-German troops cross the Serbian occupied by Huppel Brothers' auto- Garza, who has just reached Wash- The accident occurred shortly before Sanford Herald, presented their case agents ,the preponderance of opinionin
frontier, according to informationfrom mobile repair shop. Work looking to- ington, says that the Carranza government 8 o'clock and more than half of with such force that it was decided to official circles tonight is that this
reliable Balkan sources tonightAn ward the removal of the Palms stock will prove absolutely incapable the injured were women and girls on give their petition the strongest pos- government will proceed decisively
Athens dispatch says that Bulgaria and the installation of Huppel Bros.' in less than a month. their way to business. sible endorsement.A against the following persons:
lie strongly intimates that anarchywill Car Drops 15 Feet (1) Captain Franz von Papen, military
may declare war within the next business was going forward yester- committee, consisting of Jas. L
forty-eight hours.A day afternoon. Among the fixturesto follow his recognition by this There were 78 passengers on the Giles, W. R. O'Neal, J. H. Reese, andC. attache of the German embassy,
quick dash through Serbia to be moved yesterday were the pat- government. trolley car which dropped 15 feet into E. Howard, was appointed to drafta who referred to the American peopleas
clear a passage through Bulgaria for ent gasoline tanks. J. P. Holbrookwill Garza will appear before the Pan- the subway excavation when the en- strong endorsement and transmitsame "idiotic rankest.
the relief of the Turks on the Gallip- also occupy this room with his American conference October 9 and tire block on Seventh avenue, between to the Sanford committee at the ((2) Alexander von Nuber, the Aus-
oli peninsula and in the campaign Hupmobile.: oppose the recognition of Carranza.The 24th and 25th streets, collapsed. Al- earliest possible moment. trian consul-general at New York,
rapid disintegration; of the though the car remained upright, it who submitted to Ambassador Dum-
against Egypt and the Suez canal is After appointment of this committee -
said to be the plan of Germany, Aus- Palms Auto Co. Moves forces under General Villa is indi- was partly buried under an avalancheof all of the Orlando members pres- ba a plan for fomenting strikes in

tria, Turkey and Bulgaria.An Today witnesses the removal of the cated in dispatches reaching the.state concrete, rails, timbers and earth, ent signed the petition, and it will munitions plants throughout the
unconfirmed report that has Palms Auto company from their old department today. and many of the passengers were se- probably be circulated among the cit- United States.
been allowed to pass by the censor at stand on the railroad intersectionwith Villa is vacating the state of Chi- verely crushed. izens in the next few days. The Atlantic (3) William Warm, the editor of
Athens says that following a confer- Central avenue, to their hand- huahua and consolidating his forcesin Deeper Waterways Association the Hungarian paper, "Szabadsag
ence between the king, Premier Veni- some new garage on North Or; igc Sonora with those of General May-\ BASEBALL RESULTS meets at Savannah November 9, and who prepared the memorandum outlining -
a plan of interference with the
zelos and the members of the Greek avenue. The removal to the new torena. Federal quick action is necessary.
general staff today a meeting of a full stapd marks a vast improvement in With this combined force it appearsto St. Louis 4-8 Baltimore League 2-0. The text of the petition is as follows munitions plants, which were approved -
cabinet was held, following which the Palms company's capacity for be his purpose to make a stand Kansas City 8-3, Brooklyn 3-2. : by Ambassador Dumba and
mobilization orders were issued. serving the public. against Obregon, who is reported to Chicago 4, Newark 4; 15 innings, State of Florida, was the basis of the request. for his..
-d- be advancing with the view of engag- darkness. recalL .jrf
Pittsburgh 0, Buffalo 7. September 30, 1915.
ing the Villistas in a general battle. It is stated on good authority that
NORTH DAKOTA A "JONAH;" IT Other News of the TradeF. National League To the Board of Engineers commis-
MAY COST $1,000,000 TO G. Rush having sold out all of The forces that are being concen- Pittsburgh 2-2, Brooklyn 4-1. sioned by Congress to examine the this government will either ask for a
REPAIR SHIP his Fords, is 'enjoying a few days at trated at Juarez and which have Others Chicago 1, New scheduled.York 3. feasibility of Government Ownershipof recall of Papen or will hand him his
. caused the not passports that it will cancel the
Daytona. strengthening of the American League the East Coast Canal or construc- ; exe-
Washington, D. C.-Secretary Dan- Among the Orlafldo automobilemen American troops in the El Paso district New York 2-1, St. Louis 4-3. tion or utilization of :"any parallelroute" quatur of Nuber, and refer the case
iels today confirmed the report that who feel that they can afford a are reported today to be pro- Boston 3-7, Cleveland 2-1. for the purpose of an Intra- of Warm to the proper department
vacation is J. P. Holbrook, the ceeding by train in the direction of Philadelphia 9, Detroit 13. coastal for such legal action as may fit his
the battleship North Dakota, which is pop- Washington 2, Chicago 0. Waterway through Florida- "
now at Philadelphia, is in bad condi- ular Hupp distributor, who is at Day- Sonora, where General Maytorenawas Southern League Greeting: offense.

tion, and that it will take many tona.The a few days ago victorious over Little Rock Atlanta 1. We whose names appear herewith
Orlando Top and Trimming the Carranza forces in that territory.The New Orleans 3, Chattanooga 1. BRANCH RETURNS FROM TRIP
beg to call the attentionof
' months to put her irt first class shape.It Mobile 6, Memphis 11. respectfully
is estimated the repairs will cost company force, on West Central ave- Carranzista agency here today Birmingham 6, Nashville 4. your honorable board to certain TO EASTW.
nue, is hard at work trying to keep confirmed the occupation of Torreonby
from $500,000 to $1,000,000.The facts, of which although you are already -
North Dakota has been one oi abreast of their constantly increas- Obregon.So A MASTER WORKMANThe well aware, it is our desire to S. Branch, Jr., has returned
the "Jonah" ships of the navy since ing contracts. confident are the Carranzistasthat emphasize and request you in making from New York and other points af-
they predict that before the Sentinel scribe ter a business trip of several weeks.
she went into commission. She was yesterday morning your report to carefully consider.
one of the first battleships to have oil The San Juan Garage will have one meeting of the next conference Villa had the pleasure of inspectingsome The St. Johns river is a natural He is 2feeling fine and. glad to get

burning engines, and five years ago, of the most attractive places of business will have been captured or will have show cases which had just been waterway, already navigable from back to an agreeable climate. Busi-
while she was in Lynnhaven bay, in the city when their new and taken refuge in the Unitd States. completed by Mr. J. E. Tracey at his Jacksonville to Sanford. From this ness in the North and East is grad-

there was an oil explosion aboard and up to date sales room addition to the Telegraph reports to the state department shop on Church street, for Mr. Nat point to Salt lake and thence by a ually reasserting itself, and Mr.
five of her men were killed. front of the present garage building under date of the 20th from Berman, that will compare favorablywith short cut eastward to the Indian Branch believes we should have a
has been completed. Work on the Chihuahua state that all American any, no matter where manufac river, would make a watercourse from splendid winter season. A portion of

NEGRO KILLED WHILE ENTERING new addition was begun Monday by mines and smelters in that district tured. They are perfect in every respect north to south through the state, his time was devoted to a trip to the
LAKELAND HOME Contractor Frank Hyres. have been shut down, with the excep- and should be seen to be appre- rarely equalled in its scenic attract- Victor Talking :Machine company's
Wellborn Phillips went to Clermont tion of two companies at Parral. ciated. iveness, its inexhaustible value to plant and offices at Camden, N. J.
{ All of their employes have either
Tuesday to deliver a Dodge car.
Lakeland, Fla.-Mr. J. L. Hill, a commerce, using, seeking, increasingand
lineman for the Western Union Tele_ -cached the border or are en route rmaining at Chihuahua 87 Americansof tributary to this outlet and intake BOND ISSUE CARRIES AT JACKSONVILLE -

graph company, last night shot and KILLED A LARGE RATTLERA there. whom 28 expected to leave the and valuable to the accomplishment -
On September 20 there
were still next day.
killed a negro who was in the act of I of other waterway improve-
entering his home at 312 South New traveling man, whose name we I ments which in the course of time inevitably Jacksonville, Fla.-Duval county
could not learn, while coming to Or- cast an overwhelming vote in favorof
must made.
York avenue, the shooting taking Stole Switch Key And Then UsedIt
place about 11:30 p. m. lando from Lockhart in an auto yesterday Especially would we ask that you the bond issue to wipe out the
morning, saw a large rattle- studiously weigh and take into account county indebtedness, if the returns so
WESTERN ELEVENS AT WORK snake of the diamond back species To Steal A Ford Runabout the immense territory so rapid'v far are indicative of the final result.
lying by the roadside, which he killed populating that would be benefitedby A vote of not less than 4 to 1 is expected -
and brought to the city. The snake ----- the St. Johns route. Adown the when the final count is made,
Chicago.-Active work began in the measured six feet and had seven rat- A daring bit of auto highwayman- chased his auto at Ocala ten days ago' East Coast, practically but one side I and when the $300,000 issue is sold all
football of the "Big Nine" universities -
camps today. It was the official tles and a button. lie turned the ship was perpetrated Tuesday night and it bore no license tags of any i of the waterway would be habitable, of the outstanding county warrants

opening of the practice season in the reptile over to Mr. Chas. F. Reicker, when a bold thief stole the Ford run- kind. The description of the car was as there is only a narrow strip of will be taken up, and Duval county
the plumber, who skinned it and will of. very similar to some million other land to the eastward, while over the will again start out with a clean
Western Intercollegiate Conference.The have the hide about belonging to R. Day, for-
ars of a like make and it will be al- St. Johns way both sides are habitable slate.
first games of the season are to merly of Ocala, but now of Jackson-
be "ost impossible to catch the thief. for miles!, in fact from coast to
played October 2.
DR. HOWELL OX STATE BOARDDr. \ine.Ir.. Day is a travelling man However, the police have several good coast. Along the tributary rivers, as ULTIMATUM TO TilE HAYTIAN

.j for the Porter-Mallard company and clues which may lead to the recoveryof for instance the Ocklawaha, far REBEL LEADERS
FLY CASTING RECORDSan J. C. Howell, of this city, is in
had several thousand cigars in the the stolen auto. reaching areas would contribute to
receipt of a communication from Mr. car which he had taken to the Empire The stolen switch key from the ed business and wondrously be openedup Cape Haytien, Sept 22.-The commanders -
Francisco.-Walter D. Mansfield H. Clay Crawford, secretary of state, hotel before leaving his auto in front itor's car was replaced by mechanicBird especially if the crossthestatecanal of American battleships in
of the San Francisco Fly Cast- informing him of his appointment as 'f the skating rink. Before going to of the Orlando Auto and Supply should ever be constructed.The Haytian waters have sent an ultima-
ing club, today beat the National Association a member of the state board of osteo- see the skaters perform Day took his company, who "borrowed" another East Coast already has the F. E. tum to the rebel chiefs in the interiorof

of Scientific Angling club's pathic examiners. This is an honor switch key from the Ford. key from a Ford car in that garage. C. R. R., while a great, and we fear the island, giving them eight daysin
record of 116 feet for distance, cast- that was unsought by the doctor, nev- At an early hour yesterday morning However, before the "borrowed" key not appreciated, expanse of rich and which to disarm their forces.
ing with a five-ounce rod by five feet. ertheless it is an appreciated one and the editor of the had been
Sentinel steppedinto slipped into place and the resourceful country would, if the St.
the selection was a good one. his Ford runabout in front of the (I engine spun H. R. (Bert) Berry came "hns proposed route were adopted, BRYAN WILL SPEAK AT JACKSONVILLE -
ODD FELLOWS TO MEET IN office door, and the switch key had I along and from the safe in his garage then for the first time have transportation -
CHATTANOOGA THE WEATHERFor been stolen. This key had evidentlybeen produced a key which was do- for outgoing products and incoming -

used by the thief in the Day car nated to the irritated newspaperman.The II. needs. Jacksonville fla.-Citizens
Florid. of Jack-
: Generally fair Thurs-
San Francisco, Cal.-Chattanooga which disappeared earlier in the even- I r sneak thief should be given a i In case of necessity for national sonville will) have the
: of
hay; fresh north and northeast winds. opportunity
:* was chosen for the grand lodge ses- ing.The j. heavy sentence, for he not only got I I protection the St Johns route would hearing lIon. William Jennings Bryan -
sion in 1916 of the Independent Or- police and sheriff got on the away with a car but the combination afford shelter and safety for the former of
secretary state
of der the of Odd Fellows at today's session supplies Get your at school Curtis books& O'Neal's and school this case at once but so far the thief has I I theft caused considerable irritation to I transit of our submarines and other the Wilson administration, next under Friday -

b sovereign grand lodge. I week and avoid the rush. not been apprehended. Day pur- otherwise peaceful men. (Continued on page 5) night.. 1



? CUPBOARD A Battle of end Wits the Between Engineers.When the. Animal Greetings To G. A. R. Veterans i) Berlin, Germany.-EngIish, Russian is said to have made

the Grand Trunk railway rants and French apers recently reported I
line across a swamp in a game preserve -- that the wife of Field Marshal von MftWAUKFAMOUS{{
INEXPENSIVE CAKES. on the line of the Alberta Rock- Washington, Sept. 21.-One of the commander of the department of the Hindenberg shortly before the out

CAKES: are an Indispensable part ot tea there was a wonderfully constructed interestng features of the 49th national -:I Potomac, G. A. R., states tha the will break of the war had sold a large estate -
bill of tare .lrording to beaver dam holding the water back I name a committee to make the
encampment of the Grand I pre- in Russia to a Russian farmers'bank
authorities, their rich ingredients -
home to flood the swamp sentation of greetings in open conven- for 1,200,000 roubles. Perhaps our coffee may do as luch
are required to round out the This In the eyes of the game wardenwas I Army of the Republic at Washington, j
tion. for Orlando and with better resultsto
The sale of this estate occurred two ,
pure D. C., will be the official and formal
Some suggestions for cakes that are engineers to prevent it without harming I Commander in Chief Dyer also requests years ago and the property never belonged the drinkers.

,,inexpensive are given here. the beavers. Of course the dam presentation of greetings from the I permission to provide an honorary to the famous army leader or Almost any one can make good cof-

With Sugar and Spice. could have tieen blown up with dynamite younger veterans of the war with I and personal escort of one hun- his wife, but to one of his relatives, fee if in the making they will use the

II 1 I Spice Cake. Take two cupfuls of I II but that would have meant the Spain to the grim old fighters of the I j dred uniformed Spanish war veterans Mrs. Sophie von Boneckendorf und best coffee and proper methods. Usually -

brown sugar creamed with half a cupful I II death of most of the little animals and civil war. This presentation of good :| for General Nelson A. Miles in the Hindenberg, the widow of Major Gen- however, some detail is neglectedand

I ot butter, two eggs a cupful of : death very likely In great pain at that. wishes and comradeship will be madein i j big parade. General Miles is a past eral Conrad von Hindenberg, who the results are unsatisfactory.The .

sour milk, a teaspoonful of soda dissolved So the engineers cut an opening In pursuance of a resolution adoptedby I commander in chief of the United died in 1912. She had inherited the Model uses the best coffee and

flour In, half milk two teaspoonful and a half of allspice cupfulsof as he hard dam. as The concrete mud bad, and become it took almost the a unanimous rising vote at the recent I Spanish War Veterans, having been estate from her father, Prince Muen- I proper methods and obtain results.W. .
a teaspoonful of cinnamon half a teaspoonful men three days to get the water running national encampment of the elected when the organization was in ster of Dernoburg, the former Ger- S. Branch is a brilliant writerof

of cloves and the same ; out steadily. Then. thinking; their United Spanish War Veterans at I its infancy. He will be honorary man ambassador in London, whose "Side Lights" and a good judge of

amount of grated nutmeg.To troubles with the industrious little fellows Scranton, Pa. Colonel L. C. Dyer, I grand marshal of the parade at the first wife was the Russian Princess coffee.

make icing for this beat the over they started work on the representative in congress from Missouri G. A. R. encampment. General Miles Alexandrine Dolgoroukow.Field The :Model's: 25c. Breakfasts are

j: white of an egg very stiff. Cook a cupful railway through the swamp. and the newly elected commander was the highest officer in the Amer- Marshal von Hindenberg is a very popular.In .

j| of sugar and half a cupful of water Soon the water began to rise. and in chief of the U. S. W. V., in a ican army during the war with Spain. i comparatively poor man. He ownsno addition to the regular meals
he work was stopped In a few hoursThe
I until it threads add to the white of communication to Col. John McElroy, He is also a veteran of the civil
the egg and beat until thick. Flavor engineers made all baste to the war. real estate and in time of peace he which are served at the uniform priceof

i i with vanilla. dam and found the animals had repaired lives in a modest rented house "in :25c., you can obtain just as elabor-

i, the cut and made it tight again.A EVERY GERMAN WOMAN EX- RUSSIANS CHARGED WITH DE- Hanover. ate a meal as may be desired at any
An Economical Recipe.
fresh cut was made. but after the i PECTED TO PRODUCE AT ] STROYING AMERICANINSTITUTE hour of the day or night.
and ---- --
- -
Gold Cake -Take lhrceeggs.: one -- -
men had gone the beavers bustedthemselves LEAST THREE CHILDREN Numerous 15c. specials all the
:, one-quarter cupfuls of sugar one cupful It than
and made stronger Ii I
and Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER time.
of milk two three-quarter cup- Work the
ever. was again stopped on I
fuls of F.'Mir one half cupful of butter. railroad within a few hours. The Hague.-Dutch book reviewers Berlin.-A correspondent of the _
two ten"| 'i"I'ifiiU of baking: powder.one J
tea iNMinfiil of flavoring Cream Then a deep bole was made In the have received a surprising book entitled Mill News Agency reports from Er- : \
earth far under the dam. The beavers
and "Woman's Contribution to the zerum that the Mohammedan part of
[ sugar: and imtter. Separate eggs
were much puzzled. Never before bad The Model Cafe
add beaten yolks to butter and sugar. they seen water go down into the Defense of the Realm," by ProfessorDr. Van has been sacked by Russian sol
Sift hour once, measure add baking of diers and Armenian insurgents. The
ground and come up far away. But A. Grotjahn, professor hygiene
: powder and sift again.. Add milk. they lent their whole attention to the in the University of Berlin, in whichhe Armenian quarter of the town also I Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
and beaten whites in order
given.flour Stir stiffly until smooth. Bake in problem and the work on the railroadwas sets three children as the minimum was partially destroyed, many of the I A. B. Cook & Co.

I' again stopped as a consequenceand birthrate for every German family."If inhabitants committing unspeakable

loaf.Dried Apple Cake.-Take two cup- the foundations soaked with wa- this official number is not reached crimes against women and girls. Christ Building, Orlando. \

fuls of dried apples, soak overnight in ter.Then followed an engagement of ," he continues, "the parents who. The Russians burned the American

enough water to cover them. Later wits between the beavers and the en- are negligent must be heavily u taxed Institute, to which many of the Mo HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
chop fine as raisins and cook until ham nedans had fled. The American
gineers. But every time the men for the benefit of those who do their

candled molasses.in two Make cupfuls the usual of New cake Orleans mix found a way to cut the dam In a new duty." missionaries in charge of the institutewere ON WEST PINE STREET JUST INVESTMENTS, LOANS

ture; then add the cooled molasses and place the beavers found a way to The author would take no accountof arrested for harboring the fugitives STOCKS AND

apples. stop it.The eugenics, asserting that with our but they regained their liberty ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
For the Coffee Klatch. road was finally constructed by lack of definite knowledge about the when the Russians and Armenian BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESAn
working a few hours at a time and the
Coffee Cake.-Take one-half cupful loss to the contractors amounted to laws of heredity we cannot say what bands were driven off by Turkish

of butter, one cupful of sugar, two .more than $5.00 eggs! one tablespoonful of molasses ently healthy to do their duty for the German orphan asylum of the town ad in the morning Sentinelisa
one-half cupful of cold boiled coffee. fatherland." carried off three women teachers Phone 204 safe investmentIMtMlllllliilMMttMMHMiMMillMIMIMMIIII
one and seven-eighth cupfuls of sour DEFIED THE BRAHMANS.An .
when fled. One of the
The professor contends that the women t
two teaspoonfuls of baking powder. -
one teaspoonful of cinnamon one-half East Indian Prince Who Did Not role of womanhood is to be more managed to escape on the followingday

teaspoonful of (cloves one-half tea- Fear Losing Caste. highly appreciated as the result of the but the fate of the two others is .

spoonful of mace three-quarter cupful Mr. Coningsby Dawson the well present war. Woman is to be recognized -r I I not known.

of raisins three-quarter cupful of known English writer, tells the follow- as a factor in the defense of

currants one-quarter cupful of citron. tug anecdote of the East Indian princeSir the realm in proportion as she contributes I ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Cream butter, add sugar, molasses and Pertab Singh: i i
men to build the and I I -
Mix and sift dry A English lieutenant bad died up army
beaten egg yolks. young
add alternately increase the glory of the state. "For i! Mrs. C. N. White has returned from i
ingredients three times; of cholera In his palace. The boy was I Extracts! Extracts!
with the coffee to butter and sugar. the son of nn English friend. When only those highly cultured nation' Orlando after a pleasant visit of

Beat well, add all of the fruit floured); the body bad to be carried out to be which can defend themselves will be three weeks among relatives.-St. Petersburg

:then fold In white of eggs. beaten stiff. placed on a gun carriage Sir Pertab able to acquire immortality," the author Independent.

Line cake pan with greased paper to Singb went forward to lift it op. Before concludes. 1 1I I _

prevent the cake evoking too rapidly. borne he English touched omcers.it be was They stopped reminded by I I :Mrs. J. E. Bellizio and son returend Cut this ad out and bring it to our store with 5c. and

bun that. by bis religion were be to ECONOMY IN RURAL (from Orlando this morning, followinga .we will give you a bottle of

k.aJJ H &&0ZlFt / touch the dead be would lose all his MAIL SERVICE. two weeks' visit in the Orange

caste and perhaps despite his wealth. Postmaster General Burleson, it is county metropolis with Mrs. Bellizio's

I never be him able to to send buy for it back.the sweepers.They advised reported, will ask for $4,000,000 less :sister..:-St. Petersburg Independent. ; Peach, Orange or Lemon j ;

this year than last in submitting his {
r who are outcasts in spite of their
T L S ffENjGUPBOARD protests be picked up the body and budget for rural mail delivery. He :Mrs. Fred M. Allen, who, after leaving ExtractWE

carried it down the palace steps to is reported as planning to get 49f- here enjoyed with :Mr. Allen a

the gun carriage.A :000,000 compared with the present stay of two weeks in Chatsworth, Ga.,

gasp went up at the sight. Everyone : budget allowance of $53,000,000. Its is now in Orlando, where Mr. and

of tile subjects knew what be had asserted that 6,000 new routes or Mrs. Allen are to make their home GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

CHESTNUT SWEETS. done. The next morning, when be extensions of old routes will be added for the present. Mrs. Allen had intended r
COO Brabman priests were waitIng
rose. and provision has been made for to remain in the mountains of
in the courtyard. He came out a
SUPPER MENU. knew meeting the $100 a year increase accorded North Georgai until late in the fall,
face them. lIe
proud figure, to
Bean Salad. to rural carriers. The post- but changed her plans and returnedto
Tomato Jelly. what they had come for-to make him Our Grocery CompanyTwo
a Bran Bread Sandwiches. the lowest thing in India a man with- master general's program is made Florida when Mr. Allen went to

Cheese Sandwiches. out caste. lie asked them what was possible, it is announced, by the adoption -I Orlando about the middle of the
Chestnuts With Cream. Phones 3 and 200
M ilk or Cocoa. their errand. and they told him. They of the automobile in the carrier month to assume his new work as as- : .

bad come to make him of as little account service.It sociate editor: of the Reporter-Star.-
as the humblest sweeper In his I 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. "
is St. Augustine Record.
not to
necessary arguments I
make delicious des-
palace.Sir .
CHESTNUTS Tbe recipes to convince any one that a I
Pertab Singn laughed. I belong
given here are simple ones suggested ." be said. "to a higher caste than rural carrier equipped with an automobile I I I Guests registering at the San Juan

for those who care for chestnut any of you have ever dreamed of. and an dtraveling' over good roads hotel yesterday included H. Barber,

sweets. you can't take It from me; you're welcome should be able to cover twice or three I C. H. Crandon, Boston; A. H. Birn-

Chestnuts With Whipped Cream. to all the rest. 1 belong to the times: the ground that could be traversed i baum, Chicago; Thos. Day, Atlanta; 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'CAREY

Shell and boil chestnuts until tender, same caste as the dead son of my in the same time by a man ,I I W. K. Hopler, J. K. Wyatt, New
skins and rub through colan- "
remove friend-the caste of a soldier.
with a horse. No doubt increased efficiency York Herbert Tait C. E.
der. Sweeten to taste and beat to a With that be walked back into his ,
and wider service will be T. H. Burt, A. S. Thornton R. E.
Form pos-
soft paste with a little cream. palace, and the Brahman priests went .I( ,
mixture into pyramids In the center ofa away one by one. ashamed and pu sible under a plan for the general: !I Ferris, C. W. Huggins, H. C. Allen,

glass dish and beap with whipped zled. adoption of motor vehicles. But it is i I Tampa; Tinsley Ragland, Georgia; HANDFUNERAL

cream. not apparent how the head of the de- I| W. E. Stacey, Philadelphia; Sampson :

Dainty Sweetmeat Pure Logic. partment figures on retaining those I Levy, New Orleans; H. L. Goldsmith, :

Chestnut Mousse.-Shell and blanch Liberty commands the highest priceof already in the service, paying them W. Cook, J. P. Jones, T. B. Deen, DIRECTOR
about two cupfuls of chestnuts which all known things. Its price is so IF.
additional salary and adding new men Smith, M. G. Porter, C. T. Blackburn t
have been boiled until tender. Rub the high that nobody can pay It- .
chestnuts through a sieve and stir Proof. Eternal vigilance Is the priceof to the ranks and at the same time Jacksonville; F. C. Cochran, A. AND EMBALMERAll

them carefully into a pint of whippedcream liberty. Eternal vigilance is to be cutting $4,000,000 from the total of R. Haile, Palatka.

to which have been added half a ever on the Job. To be ever on the JobIs his expenditures.

cupful of powdered sugar and a teaspoonful to have no leisure or vacation. To Try a Sentinel want ad.

of vanilla extract. Add :I. have no leisure or vacation la to be a EXPORT OF SWISS WATCHES IS calls answered Promptly Dayor
teaspoonful of maraschino cordial turn slave. To be a slave is not to bave

into a mold and pack away in ice and liberty. Therefore in order to be free OFF Night. Hand Block.
H. R.
salt for five hours. Serve with whippedcream. we must enslave ourselves which Is BERRYA

absurd. Q. E. D.Judge.Quill Zurich, Switzerland.The exportsof
Glared Chestnuts.-Slit skins ot a Swiss watches in 1914' show a Orlando Florida.
quart of chestnuts roast in frying pan Pens. crease in value of more than $ I

over fire but do not allow to brown; The quill pen Is not quite extinct In 000 as compared with the previous I Ii PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

peel when cold and stick a wooden London. The legal profession which i year. But for the readiness with complete line of Ford Acces-
toothpick iu each. Boil meantime a I
is very conservative clings to it tena- which Swiss manufacturers
pound of loaf sugar and a pint ol ciously, and none of the courts wouldbe to the sories ; a staff of expert mechanics -
water until it spins a hair. Dip each completely equipped without a plen- changed conditions
nut In the sirup; then stick the ends ot! tiful supply of good goose quills nave 'I their losses would have been still to render satisfaction in all

picks( in a plate of brown sugar to you noticed what an Indispensable ac- greater.
i lines of Automobile Repair
ces!':ory the quill Is to counsel whetherin
Another Method. ostentatiously taking a note. making Farmers' sale days are conductedin :i Work.
Vulcanizing, Oils andI
Matrons U lace.-:Select large; perfect ; a speech or in helping to point a several :Missouri: towns. The farm i AUTOYASIIING\ STATION

chestnuts. Shell and simmer a pint of warning finger at a hostile witness ers bring livestock, produce, imple- i I Gasoline, an'd fair and square
tbe nuts in boiling water until tender.
London Standard. .
ments or anything which they have to I I
Drain and toss into cold water to make .
sell. Local auctioneers lend their ser- prices. THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
them firm. Let tbe chestnuts drain: By Internal Evidence. I I
then turn thE'mut on a cloth and see "Where do you suppose we got the vices free of charge. Sales are held -

that each one Is dry. .V sirup must now Raying. EIe laughs best who laugh once a month. Merchants sometimeshold REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

be made by toiling a cupful of sugar last?" asked Mrs. Dinks of her hnsasnd. bargain sals on those flays. This I "
in a pint of water and in this simmerthe I Known as "The Handy Man.
would be a good plan for some Florida For Nine YearsWe
chestnuts for an hour. Drain off "Probably some Englishman first Bald towns. I
the sirup and to it add a few drops of i It." replied Mr. Blnk&Ue was doubt-
vanilla extract Then cook it until It' WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine
less trying to set a national falling In a Rev. Father Creede have been in business at the
left this after-
becomes brittle when dropped in cold favorable UghL"-Yonth' Companion.Food parts. Work guaranteed.
water as one tries mnd.r Set tbe pan noon for San Francisco, where he will same location, Corner of South

of sirup In a larger pan of hot water For Gossip. be attached to the archdiocese of San GASOLINE AND OIL

i 3 keep: the hot sirup from '('...olin:: and "Where are you goings Francisco permanently. Augustine Main and Church Streets.

candying and dip in tbe chestnuts one To call on Mrs. Wallaby-Wombat. Record.No .

by one removing them and placing on Better come along.: I understand there Phone 226Orlando"s Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

oiled paper. are some" very interesting things to be individual with anything to sell I
or trade can successfully find a buyeror
"Flow so?
:I trader without the aid of
the Sen-
uuaJ "She has j 1111t! o'lHireU-d with ber best

I friend Mmbnrsh I'ost. tinel circulation want ads.represents Remember five-sixths that its of J Leading Repair Shop Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

the Orlando community. and Garage <.


) DE H.\LL'S CASE mined on evidence. They do not want NOTES FROM WINDERMERE .
'to Mendenhall, by the power of

Through his attorney; J. J. Men- money, escape because somebody Windermere, Fla., Sept. 21.-Mr.
failed to dot an I or cross a T.
denhall yesterday declared that he Ralph E. Kline spent Monday in Kis-
-St. Petersburg Independent.ChEMISTS'
simmee business.
had not been given a square deal by
I Miss Edna Hyer and Miss Edith
the and that the
newspapers publication I
I CONGRESS SHOWS Girard, who were guests at Rossmore
the of stories of the
HM papers DEFENSE NEEDS Inn for a week, returned to their
allegsfrVrime had caused the publicto I I I homes in Orlando last Thursday.Mr. I "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

be prejudiced against him. I New York.-National military defense Joseph Bumby and little son, I
In this Mr. Palmer and Mendenhallhave I Stanley, who have been spending some I II
occupied a prominent place in Unless Budded from A Bear-
The !
made a mistake. papers time at their new home on Lake Butler -
have published the facts, as they the t-xoosition: of the Chemical Indus- I returned to Orlando Sunday.Mr. .
would be able to get the informationand try, the first of its kind in America, I
C. Bronson and Mr. R. Vaughn ing Tree of Known Qualityand
the facts that wewre brought out which started here today in the Grand have placed new boats upon Lake
led the people to believe that Iendt n- Central Palace.
Butler, making quite an addition to
hall was fruilty. Here was the condi- All the wealth of the nation in raw the fleet already there. Quantity of Produc-

tion. A crime was committed two material, in coal, petroleum, sulphurand
the visitors at Rossmore
women were murdered by somebodyand iron, and in manufactures was
Inn last Thursday were noticed the tion." O. W. ConnerIn
in horrible manner. Mendenhall graphically shown, and at the same --
following Orlando people: Mr. and ;
time the of the fair madea
wa arrested by the sheriff. He said promoters
in'' Mrs. W. S. Branch, Miss Roberta ]
successful effort to indicate
nothing. He did not even deny the
Branch, Miss Susie Magruder, Mrs.
(crime for days after he was taken which ways America is lacking and
Newton Cornish, Mrs. Hilpert, Miss !
where she could improve her positionso
Into custody. The prosecution in the
Paul, Mr. Chas. Hilpert, Mr. Clark i j five the Ocklawaha Nurseries
meantime was getting new evidence as to make herself entirely inde- years through actual dem-
Robertson, Mrs. O. S. Robinson, Mr.
which naturally was against :Menden- pendent when necessary from foreign I onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
and Mrs. Jas. N. Burden, Miss Evans,
hall. This was given to the papers producers.The Miss Lee, Miss Pope, Mr. Lacey, Mr. I brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
general public will be largely
and was printed. The papers clamored 'Arnold, Mr. F. Scruggs, and Mr. F. does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
attracted to the
for a statement from the accus- expositions on ac-
Scruggs, Jr. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which
count of its popular character. There were recently -
ed man and tried to get his side of
the case. will be lectures and moving pictures:; i I Sunday visitors at Rossmore Inn published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

! With Mendenhall silent and in every day explaining the wonders of included Mrs. T. Hurlburt, Mr. Gerald the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
!Hurlburt, Miss Helen Hurlburt, Miss
science. The working exhibits are of ,
jail and the physical facts and addi- ted from a parent of true merit.
tional circumstances surrounding the particular importance. The depart-' Dade and her cousin, Miss Dade from

case indicating his guilt, it was nat- ment of commerce of the United DeLand, Judge Warlow, Mr. and To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

ural that the public should form the States government has a large dis- Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Miss MargaretHart a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
and Mrs. Graham from Orlando.
opinion that he is guilty. His moves play. I been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
One prominent part of the exposi- :
when he made
later technical object- "
vince that their trees are "Pedigreed. May be but Mr.
you so, ,
Ions to the indictment and tried for tion had to do with the dye-stuffs in-I ..
delay, tended to confirm this opinionand dustry. When the war cut off Ger- I I I FINE RACES AT MIDWINTER Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

but intensified the feeling. ,man commerce with the United States FAIR the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

But it was not the newspapers that American plants were severely handi- rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

made this sentiment that was hostileto capped for lack of certain dyestuffs Prominent horsemen from all over
Mendenhall. The newspapers did which had been made only by Ger- the state will be here at the openingof You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

not express the opinion that he was many. In the :year since then much the big midwinter exposition to en- great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

guilty; the public drew its own con- has been done to remedy these condi- ter their horses in the races which bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

clusions from the evidence that was tions and the whole situation is clear- will be the best ever staged in Or- bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
published, from the statements made ly shown to the eye in the exhibits lando. ,
by the witnesses and from the events here. Among those who will have fine animals CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where ;jour

that preceded the departure from I at the fair are Dave Lockhart grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

Tampa of :Mendenhall in the car with WARSAW NOW HAS A GERMAN of Orlando; Sheriff Hand, of Seminole

the women. The public could not do |i i NEWSPAPER county; Senator Igou, of Lake coun-
anything else. It could not know'' ty, and C. G. Westcott, who will ship

what :Mendenhall would say, what he Two weeks after the occupation of down a number of one year olds from Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

expected to prove, and accepted his i Warsaw by the Teutonic allies the the Grand Circuit.

silence as guilt, whether that was the :first German newspaper printed in W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
correct answer or not. The newspapers the ancient capital of Poland made its SMITH IS AT MIAMI LOOKING
had nothing against Menden- appearance in the streets. It is a AFTER REVENUE OR

hall, have nothing against him now. four page sheet entitled "Warsaw
He has been a good citizen, has beena German Gazette." It is published by Miami, Fla.-P. M. Hagan, United G. G. Wright, Agent

leader in the affairs of this county, the owners of the "Grenzboton," of States deputy collector of internal
and the newspapers tvould have been Berlin, who also have founded a German I revenue for district No. 1, with head- 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.

glad to see him clear his skirts absolutely paper in Lodz. The newspaper quarters in Palatka, and T. W. Smith,
of the suspicion of having occupies a large building on Miodowa I deputy collector for this district, with

killed Mrs. Eliot and her daughter.But street and the plant is equipped with headquarters in Orlando, are in Miami -
the public will not be satisfied six linotype machines and several for a few days in connection with

with his acquittal, if it is done by leg- presses. Evidently the publishers intend routine work of their offices. The
al trickery and technicalities of law. to make the venture permanent. deputies are looking after collections I

The public is weary of the quibbling I from cigar factories in this district ;
of lawyers and wants cases tried on Read the Morning Sentinel for the '! with nothing out of the ordinary com I ,

their merits and the real facts deter- news. lOc. a week delivered. ing up in their trips recently.

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The Eyes Of & 1 Distinguished
i/J(,;\ j' 1 III I Iw
y v
Every One ti; Y Qnv Showing New

are turned on the woman @ Fall Skirts

apart whose from clothes the mark crowd.her i ''r" Iii"i" / I :1 ('\ The great demand for

They proclaim her one of \ .. ii iJI r ) I I.. ; ? I smart Fall Skirts at
discriminating ihl9h :,n .- I' t I moderate prices finds us
to select such a garment :.rsPP '_ .,.. splendidly prepared. Every -
from the many that' are I ; \ day more and more
seen on every hand re'i,'''i r ,', r, ', c ,' .,Yt a \ new skirts join our Fall

quires knowledge and I ; i\ \ I ;I '''? t r f Fashion display, fromappreciation
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of style, 'if// I k' ( I I '.., \;' I + V J h the most exquisite ma-
material, fit and wearing I ( c \ \, t;) 1 and perfect mod- .,
qualities that few pos I

sess. But these are ; .I, } tailored, silk
characteristics i that are "' + trimmed, neat but-

found in every Prinzess latest belt, and the
Suit Come in, look IBfti //w handy pocket.

around and see what the '' other dressy

styles of the new season 1 v> boob o o in Taffeta, all at

are to be. not rss nnis35pISThCIlO.r prices.

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The New Printzess Suits for Fall Are HereThe

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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THE DAILY SNEAK THIEVES; ALSO A t l:the people on that street should make M

South Florida SentinelMORNING t'LOHU.nO LE I, ANDA sewer connections.Now IA Poem For The Day [
WARNING. to come to the point. I be-

AND WEEKLY Dumba's insulting nerve towardsthe lieve all connections have been made MY CREED
\. ::. GLENN ......................Editor isn'tin with the of two houses and I
W. C. ESSINGTOX ..."".B..ln_ Manager United States government exception ,
it with the nerve of Orlando sneak I[ am renting one of those which is directly I believe in the love of all lovers,
Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando. Flor- I believe in the of truth
power ,
thieves who have begun operations opposite the house in which Mr.
Ida. as Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION. I believe in the glamor which hovers
RA1KS around these parts in the last few Yothers resides, and I can safely say About all the visions of youth,*
Daily 1 Year< ........................ '5.00 days. A sneak thief must have a con- that the day the owner of the house I believe in the sweetness of mothers, EDITORIAL.
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.60
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 science like a low down brute who hears of any improvement to Amelia The wonder and glory of birth
Daily. 1 Month ........."............. .60 soul is I believe that all men should be brothers. -
beats a dumb animal; so avenue he will be among the first to .

Weekly. 1 Year calloused that a sixteen inch Krupp get in line; but as the street now In making a happier earth.I .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN gun wouldn't even dent the surface.As stands it looks hopeless to further
ADVANCETO of how the believe both in joy and sorrow,
a specific instance improve property located in that sec
I believe in the magic of song
ADVERTISERS: sneak thieves work we cite a case. tion. As to the people of Concord I believe in the golden tomorrow,

Tuesday night the editor's Ford car Park being law abiding citizens, I do When right shall be victor o'ei
Opy for display and all enter hand-eel
advertising mutt be handed in at the bnunr stood in front of the office door, anda not believe there is a better class of wrong; I
office of the /Sentinel not laIn than 2 p. Ill, I believe in the fall of the spoiler,
Thii role applies portion of the car was in darkness. people in any suburb near Orlando or
tilt day before publication. The ending of evil and greed,
to chances for contract advertitinc it is Along came a measly cur and stole any other town anywhere'in the I believe in the toil and the toiler-
and will be strictly adhered tee
Tariable the switch key. Then he ambled to United States, and I resent anything And this is my faith and my creed. Two ReflectionsThere

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued the skating rink, inserted the stolen which might be detrimental to our -Berton Braley.
abould notify the office in writing. on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be switch key in another Ford car and park or city.
continued at the regular subscription rates drove away with his prize. The stolencar Yours truly,
until notice to stop is received
Telephone N..b-r. ...................... ** was the property of an Ocala man i W. M. IIYRES, The Cathedral School
who must have a fine opinion of Orlando i 603 W. Amelia Ave., Concord Park.Orlando .
courtesy. -()-
Every sneak thief in the city shouldbe Sept. 22, 1915. : I are two ways in which we reflect
Read the Sentinel for the world's Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
captured and given a sentence severe -
series baseball dope! enough to reform his evil, mali- Editor Morning Sentinel-In an School for Girls the merchandise in our store. One is by
article in this morning's issue of your 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

To the Kaiser John o Bull is nothingbut cious ways. A sneak thief stops at paper I notice that Mr. W. W. Yothers Primary, Intermediate and Academic discription and illustration-our adver
nothing. He lifts pipes from open stated that the laying of side- Grades
a harmless little calf. tisement. The other is by placing the
o desks and makes away; he picks up walks on West Amelia' avenue shouldbe Also Musi, Art Elocution, Physical ,

The return of the travellers will be trifling objects that come within reachof "indefinitely postponed." His remarks Culture and Domestic Science. goods in a place where they may be seen
his grasping fingers, and laughingto in accord with his
noticeable about October 1. are perfect For Catalogues address the Rector,
himself slinks off; he carouses in the government's to good advantage by passersbyourshow
practice gardens,
-o Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. :\1..
around at nights and looks for some-
the weeds in these thatit
as are so high Fla.
should have Orlando,
Tampa permanent windows.
thing to do that will annoy his fel is almost to the
impossible see
Florida Fair. --- -
buildings for the South -C =
lows. trees in the garden. And for the past j Thus we provide two ways of informingyou
Automobiles (have been borrowed year the weeds have been so high in
Solicitor Tilden's success at prosecuting FIELD'SCHOCOLATE about the newest and best merchan-
shows the effi- recently. Not long ago a bold thief the street that it was hard to tell
whiskey cases ran .off with a high priced car, and I
whether the lots
you were walking on windowsand
ciency of Orange county's officials. dise the market affords. Our
before the car was found $125 damage -
or street. And as late as last Satur-

Again Orange o county has some- to that car had been incurred. day night my wife and daughter our advertisements are always interesting -
Most of the thieving and petty raid-
thing to be thankful for-the Men- ruined two good dresses walking from to study-they merit regular and
denhall case did not happen in this ing is done in the evening or duringthe the railroad crossing to our home. In VANILLA

county.Do darkness of night. The local police the daylight we can pick our way in TUTI FRUTI careful inspection by everyone.

force, while diligent and faithfulin I and out to town, but at night we are

the Balkan States o hold the keyto the performance of duties, is some- j isolated, for it is impossible to go to GUAVAICE Needless to say, prices are made as interesting -

the situation! If they do let us what limited and can not watch the I town and return without returning CREAMS. as the merchandise itself. What
entire city. soaking wet from the wet weeds.
will be unlocked
before pray long.something The winter season is coming on. I We may feel very thankful with you purchase here represents full value

Last year bums, tramps and soldiers the knowledge that there
are only a
---0.- for the expended not merely some-
i of the road made Orlando money ,
Napo'eon.occupied Vilna without a I a mecca few men in our" midst who have no AUTO LUNCHESA ,

struggle toward the middle of July, a camping ground, and petty thievingwas I more progressive ideas than Mr. SPECIALTYCLUB times but ALWAYS.Beautiful".
in order for weeks. Houses
many Yothers. Let us hope that we may
1812. The Kaiser gets it on September "
were broken into hats and clothingwere
19, 1915, after three weeks of soon have some decent way of walk- '
stolen, shirts were grabbed ing to and from
desperate fighting.-N. Y. World. Orange avenue on
from clothesline wires, eatables were West Amelia avenue. SANDWICH 25c.
lifted from back porches and jewelryfell Yours
Anthony Comstock, the vice cru- respectfully,
into the hands of a floating classof That Describes the
sader, is gone. lie tried to make the
disreputables. Another winter sea-
world better but sad as it seem We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
son is at hand and everybody shouldbe New Silks
there are as many nude paintings and I & BAAS.
on guard. and Delivered for All
undraped statues as ever. Agents, will attend to your fire insur- a
The police force during nights Christ
ance promptly. building. ,
oWe Occasions well to the
They are wonderfully adapted
should be heavily increased and every 1-9-17-1moc .
can readily understand now
why the Clearwater Sun has been bum, tramp, suspicious looking i new season's fashions in dresses, being a
character or idler should be shooed
such a good paper. According to stiff to for wide skirts yet
out of the city with a long blue bar- sufficiently use ,
Willis Powell, the editor, the Sun has
relled The indiscriminate feeding
as large a force as is found in cities gun. soft enough to drape most gracefully.
of unworthy derelicts should be '-

up to 40,000 inhabitants. stopped. Every bum had his chance Here are Taffetas, Poplins, Failles, .and
once and because he failed to make
other silks in plain colors and plaid effects
Wilson and Bryan held a confer- good is no reason why Orlando should

ence yesterday. "God bless you" were harbor such within the
a man gates. NOTICEtTO designed particularly for use in combina-
the last words spoken when Bryan The entire state should fall into

quit the administration cold a few line with Orlando. The floaters shouldbe tion with woollen fabrics. Here are also

weeks ago. What were the last words
kicked out of the
every city along
rich and elegant Silks especiallyfor
yesterday? -the telgraph doesn't
North Florida boundary line. If some MOVING PICTURE

state. I are fortunate enough to get into the more elaborate dresses and evening

o state a crusade of kicking them far-

It is said that 10,000 people in Bos- ther down the line should be commenced i THEATER GOERSHaving costumes.

ton paid for the privilege of hearingMr. until every bum is thrown No lead-weighted "tender" Silks in this

Bryan say that "if we had in the into the gulf to sink or swim. Nestsof

White House a jingo with a hairtrigger midnight revelers should be sur- stock. All are new, fresh and of the most ,

patience" we should be at rounded sheriff
now by a and posse and
dependable qualities. Prices assure you ,
war. How many of the 10,000 recalled given one hour to move. If the bums

the fact that Mr. Bryan deserted got to a town or city a marshal or decided to give up the operation of FULL value for what you spend.

the just, patient and patriotic occupant chief of police should use the same
of the White House at a crit tactics. Keep the tramps and dis- our Roof Garden and devote all our en-

ical time because he believed that Mr. eased rats out of Florida. Start now, to
ergies our largely increasing depart-
a Wilson's justice, patience and patriot- don wait until January 1, 1916.

ism were leading us straight to war? o ment business, we offer for sale or lease ,

-New York World. LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL the entire Roof Business.

Orlando's next convention is the Orlando, Fla., Sept. 22, 1915.
South Florida Chamber of Commerce. Editor Sentinel' :-I notice in' this YowelI-Duckworth Co.

Under the guidance of W. C. Temple, morning's Sentinel an article which

of Winter Park, the association states that Mr. W. W. Yothers had SPECIAL"Cheney

should make progress. The Sentinel written to the city council suggesting 3

suggests that the seven boards of Amelia

trade in Orange county take the ini- should improvements be indefinitely on postponed avenue until Bros." Silk Crepe de

tiative in boosting for a uniform

beautification of the sixty miles of A Chine. In the new Floral and

paved highways in this county. If

the S. F. "C. C. as a body would get Pekin Stripe Effects. Exquisite in

behind the beautification of the high-

ways and join the Central Florida quality and weave. Worth $3.00

Highway Association beautification FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!

committee a great deal might be accomplished yard. Bought specially to sell at

in making the West Flor-

ida branch of the Dixie
highway a For the next 10 days we will sell flour at cost, to all buying $5.00 of Feed or Provis-
route of
rare beauty. $1.75 yardWe'd

0e ions, not including Flour and Sugar, at one purchase.
a e e e a e e e e e e e e .
This will mean a very material saving on one of the staples of life.
ORLANDO OPERA HOUSE IS' appreciate an early call from you.

a Pillsbury, Obelisk, Jersey Cream and

The most noteworthy improvement '
a in Orlando yesterday and Mother Goose FlourNo

an item which should lead the

Tampa Times daily column or.
"One Day's Development Items saving checks on Groceries and Flour.

in South Florida" was the dash

of white paint administered to

the weatherbeaten face of the
Dickson Iyes Co.
Orlando Opera House. The cleanup -

spirit grips Orlando property The Produce
owners the year round and when CompanyW. .

the horde of winter residents re-

turn next month the expression, S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

"My, how the old town has .
changed!r will echo and reechoup

and down Court street. Paint ... ..

and brick are Orlando's most .

S subtle magicians. I
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rlanim SIIfIPt1J IF "Get It At Allen's"CHARMING JIJiI U


Thursday September 23.
Orlando Gun Club will shoot at the BOARD OF TRADE

AtThe Country Club.

(Continued from page 1)) GRANDTODAY IN
war craft, whereas the East Coast
CENTURY CLUB. canal would simply be exposed to
The Twentieth Century Club was .. '
entertained yesterday afternoon at enemy. 0 I
'We feel, most intensely, that the
the home of Mrs. Frank Terry, on
government in ceding large tracts of
Hillman street. After the businesswas ,
land to this state, and that we as a jlyr ; /I h0
disposed of the reading _
l was state, in bargaining, selling and con- I 10
taken up by Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. veying valuable portions of these 1
I Kollock, while the other memberswere I I I INDEED
occupied with needlework. The tracts to the East Coast Canal com- are the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings on view here.
pany upon the express contract on the ESSANAY They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
pleasant veranda, overlooking beauti- latter's part to construct and keep I novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
ful Lake Eola, was a delightful set- open a good and navigable waterway, "GRAUSTARK"An taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
ting for the reading, and the fresh of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than I'
have already paid for a canal, for the quality of the jewelry warrants.
breeze reminded
cool one of the
every which said company has no right, in elaborate six-part film adap-!
autumn with their .
approaching days
all justice to again seek appropriation ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
coolness and spicy air. which amounts to twice payingfor tion of Geo. Barr McCutcheon's I! n ,
The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Allen I dJ
the .
and Miss Frances Terry, served lemon is,same of course thing.It superfluous for us fascinating story, featuring LI' =oarf ; =
ice and cake.
to recall to you the fact that the for-
The next meeting will be held at FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
i I mer board of engineers appointed for
the home of Mrs. J. B. Mapruder,
I I the purpose of examination and re- I THE TIME TO PAINTis
on North Orange avenue, October 6th. and charming
this the
port through
upon waterway
Those Mesdames right now. Don't let things go
present were Terry,
state, virtually commended the St. '
I Dovell Robertson, Kollock, Griffin, BEVERLY BAYNE until the house, barn, fence or. floor
Johns route and embodied in the
Branch, Hudson, Allen, Rose, Cole- re- begins to look shabby. A 'little of our

) man, Bradley, and Miss Starbuck. port estimate made that some the two cost years of using since the the An exceptional six act drama. E in ready fine to trim use and paint save will you put the your cost home of a

--0- latter would be about two millions of i l l much bigger paint bill later on.
The second the
MISS BRANHAM ENTERTAINS dollars less than that of any other production on I
V. L. S. E. Program.
The Bachelor Girls were enter- Knowing you, gentlemen of the

tained yesterday afternoon by Miss Board, to be actuated solely by con- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper CoP

gasoline consumption Elizabeth Branham at her home on scientious desire to serve both the
205 S. Orange Avenues
Lucerne Circle. There were three ta- people of this state and the govern-

is unusu bls of bridge, the high score being ment in the most practical way, 10 cents 20 COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

made by Miss Jean Person. greatest good to the greatest num-

The hostess served ices, angel cake, ber and best results for the outlay .
ally low. 'l.rl".llr 'IIII'JI.r""I'I-'II'I"'II"I' '
and bon bons during the afternoon. that in your wise deliberations you

Decorations consisting of pink roses find possible, we feel more than as- Tomorrow: Fannie Ward in i

were used effectively. The bridge tables sured that you will determine, and "The Marriage of Kitty." I I I The New Ice Company j
were arranged upon the porch. will report, the "parallel route" of

Those present were the Misses Ro the St. Johns, Salt lake, and Indian II
berta Branch, Jean Person, Alma De- river, the natural and logical route PHONE 675

Laney, Mary McCullough, BlancheIcCamy for the intracoastal waterway through

Alta Wright, and Zelma Florida.
_ Lewter; Mesdames Gordon Wright, Delivery DailyWait

Thos. Brodwater, Joe Cheney, Dave ADDITIONAL LOCALSDr.
Rogers and Leon B. Fort.

The club will meet next Wednesdaywith P. P. Pillans and Mrs. Pillans for our wagon. We think

Mrs. Louis Hewitt. will return to Orlando October 1.
vou will like our ice.'
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hamblin and
The tire W. C. T. U. NOTES.
expenseis daughter, Miss Ruth, who have been
The thirty-second annual conven '
enjoying the excellent bathing and

i reasonable, be- day tion will evening be opened, November in this 9th city, in Tues-the fine returned fishing to their at Coronado home on Beach Hill ,street.have ROOf GARDEN( : : The New Ice Companyt".a'I""II"'I"II"'I"I'II"11111111''IIII i

auditorium of the Methodist church.
They report a most delightful outing.
cause the size of the Friday evening the convention will

close with a diamond medal contest. Dr. W. C. Person left yesterday afternoon

[ tires is right for Grand gold medals from all parts of over the Atlantic Coast Line

A the state will compete for the beauti for a little vacation which he.will TODAY lllilMiMIUIIItlillllliMlliMIIIIMIillliilMtMII'I '

weight of ful diamond medal. spend at points in Georgia and NorthCarolina. r
car. Mrs. Mary Harris Armor, of Geor He will also visit the hospitals

gia, will deliver addresses on the 10th in Baltimore before returning :.i

and 11th, Wednesday and Thursday home.
evenings. The friends for miles ::1.. "WHO PAYS" I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

around ought to make these meetings ATTENTION. ODD FELLOWS AND
"acres of people. REBEKAHSDon't Today and Tomorrow. A three-

-- forget the 64th anniversary .
PICNIC ATWINDERMERE. in I. O. O. F. Hall tonight. Every part feature.
body come. 9-23-ltc .
A pleasant and congenial party of FOR SALE
picnickers from this city motored out We have a quantity of galvanizedpipe
I to Windermere for on hand that we will sell be "HOT STUFF"
yesterday a day'souting.
tween now and October 1st, at the CURTIS & O'NEAL
A delightful picnic lunch was following' prices.

enjoyed at noonday. Bathing and I 1-2 in.. $4.20 per hundred feet. A one-reel comedy. Starlight.The .
fishing contributed to the 3-4 in., $5.50 per hundred feet.
35 enjoymentof
p the occasion. 11-4 1 in.,in.$7.75, $10.30 per hundred per hundred feet.feet. Insurance Loans Real Estate :

O Those composing the party were 1 1-2 in., $12.30 per hundred feet.
Mesdames F. A. Curtis, Jas. L. Giles, 2 in., $16.50 per hundred feet. Rentals
J. D. Burden, I. W. Phillips, A. W. This pipe we want to sell beforeour COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
new lot comes in.
Motor Acree, S. H. Atha, and Jas. N. Bur We will cut this pipe to your order. The One-Price Theater
I den. Our electric machine will have your
cutting done while you wait. Do not
miss a good thing while you have a
WILL ENTERTAINTHIS chance. We sell larger sizes in pro

EVENING.The portion. 10 cents 5 cents
Misses 9-23-3t* F. JOSEPH RAEHN. .
Wright will entertainat

their home on Rock lake this
ing with a chicken pilau in honor of
the Bachelor Girls. .
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good 1 "Pawn of Torture," a 5partfeature 'I .
--v---- condition. Write Bot 567.
SOCIETY NOTESOF 9-23-tfc Saturday.

Concord Park. Ladies' Aid So- FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms in new

-iety met with Mrs. F. Thompson, at Luke's house; nicely furnished; near St.
hospital. Reasonable rates.
the "Overlook Tuesday afternoon. Apply at 406 Margaret street. T.

Nearly all members were present. 9-23-lt

Mrs. Vaughn led the devotional exer-
_ cises and Mrs. Brookes-Smith read WANTED-Salesman and collector
for Orange county. Call at 43 East
the beautiful poem given to the Sen- Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-6tc ."
_ tinel by Dr. Ley. It was decided to

give an ice cream social on Mrs. Mo- STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale;

rey's lawn, Colonial Drive, Friday Klondyke, Missionary, Excelsior.
J. O. Hudson, 10 Gore avenue.923lt .
evening, September 24th. The next *
meeting will be October 5th at Mrs.

Brooks', Amelia avenue. NURSERY TREES-Valencias. Par- Pure Ice Cream
son Browns and tangerines; rough
Mrs. W. T. Walker and daughters, lemon sour and grapefruit stock from
Phillips Bassenper Hammock Nursery for sale
Misses Nannine and Annie Cornelia, cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula.
returned last evening from a seven Fla., Route 2. 9-23-lmoc .

weeks visit in North Carolina, where
they divided their time between Asheville Having bought out the fish and Made In Orlando
and Hendersonville oyster business of N. P. Hatcher, at
& and other 416 Parramore street better knownas
points of interest. They also stoppedin South End, I will endeavor to
Jacksonville and Fernandina to handle salt and fresh water fish of

visit relatives and friends. They re- all respectfully kinds. A solicited.portion of your trade is

turned much benefited by the trip, but Very truly yours,

: Sons again declare in they Orlando.are- glad- to get back 1-9-23-lt* JAMES SINGLETON.Favorite. Phone 566-666

The Ladies' Aid Society of Concord

Park will hold an ice cream and cake

social on Mrs. :Morey's: lawn, Colonial
Drive, on Friday evening, September24th.
Majestic. "Out of Bondage." A
drama, in two parts.
Keystone. "A Versatile Villain."

Mr. W. F. Evans, of Clermont, was Comedy.
Thanhouser. "Her Big Brother."
.. in the city yesterday. Five cents to all.


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What do you DAILY SPORT lETTER Hammond


hope for in a BY FRANK G. MENKC

The Famous New York Sporting I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
varnish ? Expert. i

,- v New York.-The team that turnsin New Crop Onion Sets Just Values Low trires

a better record than Minnesota is
THE'ON the team that will win the championship ArrrvedCome COMPARE

of the West.That's .
in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality
AW what the knowing footballing OUR FURNITUREWe
persons in the Mississippi river Seeds, and Low Price

UfjTROVARNISHES district tell 'ou-and they seem to be
assertions. provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
correct in their
quite by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
Minnesota's 1915 prospects are City Drug* StoreJ. I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise
brighter than those of any Minnesota
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
eleven in It has an almost
many years. stones of this business and that much
means to buyer.
complete team of veterans to L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA. any

put into battle, and among those vet- I II

When you buy varnish for your erans it has a chap named Solon, who
floors you hope that it will improvethe whole football in ----- I I McNEILL & DAVIS
appearance of those floors and was called "a team -- --- -- ----- -- BLOCK
that it will be durable. himself" by no less an authority than WHAT PUBLIC HEALTH MEANSTO :: GOVERNMENT WONT PERMIT

Unfortunately much that is sold for : Bob Zuppke, coach of the IlIQioi A CITY STATIONARY:: BRIDGE OVER Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
floor varnish won't realize that hope i champions. ST. JOHNS:: RIVER

for you.Lawson's. i Solon is the player who has made After a lapse of nearly a year a I

a wonderful Lustro defp.Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnishhas It is the i Minnesotans of the present and case of human plague occurred in the The following letter may prove of

t'asilyapplled because it werkscastly. It ,: past forget every other star that ity of New Orleans on the 27th oJ interest as a matter of importantnews
for durabiaty' and will not
scratch white. It does absolutely dust. I ever donned a Gopher mole skin-a August. This case was confirmed, : Engraved Stationery and
free in from five to seven hours and gets I
hard in twenty-four hours. layer superb, peerless. true bubonic plague on September8th. I Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 20, 1915.

As for economy. Lustro has a covering Solon has played on the line-and The epidemiological investigations I ITo persons interested in the proposed InvitationsDon't
capacity that is wonderful. played a wonderful game. Two years as to the exact source of the in- bridge over St. Johns river above

Try Varnish out at a our case risk of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsatis Floor ago he was an end-and was an unanImous fection have not yet been completedbut I Lake Harney:
all-western selection. Last year it is believed that it was probably ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
factory.Made by Valentine & Co. he played in the backfield-;-and once received in the city of New Orleans. I- because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent

again he made the all-western team. Up to date over 91,000 buildings in of Seminole and Volusia counties and and driver the goods in Orlando.
Manufacturers of Solon hits a line with a power that that city have been rat-proofed andover various commercial bodies praying
ALSPAR and seems even more crushing than that 435,000 rodents have been cap- that the war department reconsiderits
VALENAMELAll of Heston's in the old Michigan days. tured in traps alone. The occurrenceof disapproval of the plans for a PRICES THE VERY LOWEST. a

And when he hits he goes through for this case demonstrates the difficuLties I fixed bridge over the St. Johns river

a huge gains. No line has ever been surrounding the eradication of I above Lake Harney on the "Orlando- W. S. BRANCH,

to be had at able to throw him back for consistent the disease and indicate that had it I Indian River highway," and permit THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
losses. He runs ends with the fleet- not been for the active cooperativeefforts I the bridge to be completed in accord-

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT ness of Mahan, and he never has had of the United States public: ance with the original plan, having

STORE an equal as a tackle dodger. He health service and of the departmentsof been carefully considered by the war

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. starts at full speed and even after he health of the state of Louisianaand I department, I am directed by the SKATING RINKLADIES'

is thrown he has a trick of adding the city of New Orleans, the outbreak I chief of engineers, U. S. army, to ad
two: to five yards more t
his twisting and squirming. Defen- proportions and would have been i 16, 1915, the acting secretary of
FOR SALE sively, he is just as wonderful-an longer continued. It also points out I war approved the recommendation of SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

all-round marvellous football ma- to other cities the necessity for ridding I the chief of engineers in the matter DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

chine, driven by a set of brains suchas themselves of the rodent car .as follows: -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

few footballerfs in the East or riers of the disease and of thoroughly I "It is recommended that the former INSTRUCTORS.Open .

5 acre' ". (, rom city, half I West possess. rat-proofing all of their buildings. 'action of the department be adheredto.

in I 'I........'tJ orange and Solon will have quite a bit of as- No fear is felt that this case will be The district engineer officeris 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

grape.uu, $1,500. sistance in his fight to make Minnesota followed by an outbreak. Officers hereby directed to inform the par-

10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young supreme in the Western football and men of the public health service, ties interested, that the war depart- Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

bearing grove; small house. $2,000. world this year. Seven of his mate well trained in the control of the dis ment will not permit a fixed bridge at

10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good of last year are back and all are sure ease, are on the ground and with thq that point, but that a draw or lift of

citrus land, 2 acres fine truckingland. of again making the varsity team. health authorities of the city of New I simple and inexpensive design will te ADMISSION 1O CENTS

$600.00. Townley and Mayer, the regular Orleans are taking every precautionto accepted for the present."

60 acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small tackles last year, will be regulars. prevent the spread of the disease Very respectfully,
grove; 4-room house; good barn So"will be Ouist and Baston, the great from the city and within it. W. B. LADUE,

and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 ends of 1914, Bierman, one of the star Major, Corps of Engineers. Rollins College Winter ParkOldest

40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small halfbacks of last year, and Sinclair, GEN. BERNHARDI: GOES TO ,

house, garage and outbuildings.The I the giant guard.Dr. SERVE! AT FRONT: STATE INCREASES:: FORCES College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,

land corners on large spring William!', coach of the Gophers, AGAINST:: INSECTS:: Music Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business *
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. will have to find a center to take the Berlin-Gen. Fredrich A. J. von Teachers' Course.

40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, ; place of Rosenthal, captain of last Bernhardi, author of "Cavalry," I the
By of the
passage plant act Twelve steam heat electric
buildings, lights, fire protection, fine gym-
year's team
I a guard to replace the
II I "Germany and the Next War" and t during the last session, the l:! risla- nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
I graduated Punnigan, a quarterback in other! books, and generally accepted, ture doubled the insect pest serviceof music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
City and Country place of Erdall and a halfback to fill in England and the United States, asGermany's the state. Formerly there wa rooms for Business School, full banking equipment.: New chemicaland
the left Hamilton physical laboratories, equipped with modern device of
gap by who has every ; analysis
military prophet, has ask only one official entomologist in Flor- soils, fertilizers foods water for
At War left the university. But the task does preparation Engineering Course. Lakes,
Property ed the Kaiser to give him active duty ida, the entomologist to the experiment boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
not seem difficult. and his request has been granted. He station. The plant act created nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Time PricesCALL Haedge, first substitute quarterbacklast address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
already has left for the front. another because of the increased demands .
year, is a great player and seems
Gen. von Bernhardi's most celebrated for service. Dr. E. W. Bergeris
able to fill Erdall's
OR PHONE empty boots. book, "Germany and the Next filling the new position. J. R. Wat-
Long, a sophomore, also is showingup War," was written in UH::!. and in it |son is the experiment station ento-
E. C. YoungRoom well. Hauser, the star tackle on I
he forecast the present struggle andGermany's mologist. The :tNdarketOF
I last freshmen
year's eleven
10, McNeill & Davis Block. seems of part in it. Some of his I The work of each office has been
Phone 569. varsity calibre. He's big and husky predictions have been borne out in remarkable clearly defined so that there will be CLEANLINESS OF
and will be
probably converted into
a fashion, but others still
I no duplications or conflicts. An effort -
await fulfilment. The book, however, will be made by the plant board OFFICE
There are four likely looking can- had a tremendous circulation in Eng- entomologist to discover, and to pave FRESH AND SALT MEATS

MisdirectedEconomy didates for the centering job and no land and neutral countries, because I the way toward cultivating, the vari.i Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .
trouble is expected in finding a suc- of the belief that Gen. von Bernhardi i ous enemies of insect pests. He will
cessor for the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
gonebutnotforgottenRosenthal. in it was the spokesman of the Ger- I also make surveys of the state, of and
I pure.
man military party. I other states and of foreign countries
Weyman, Ballentyne and Kleffmanall We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I to locate other that
pests might be
of them stars of exceeding brilliancy | everything in the Meat Line.
10 cents a week delivered. imported.
Trying to few cents
save a by I in their freshman days-are i

having your work handled by inferior I the candidates for the other halfback --- ------ --- H. JVC. Self & Co.
hands. '

Your personal influence is position."Our prospects Kleffman are looks very best bright so far.," FORAGE GROCERY CO. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

greatly enhanced when you are said Coach Williams. ',The squad
clad in immaculate linen. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
this is
of the
I year one best looking 1
I have ever seen Minnesota:: and I

OrlandoSteam 'look: for the boys: to make quite a record -

for themselves." Specials All This WeekBest


DRY CLEANERS granulated sugar, 16 Ibs.$1.00 3 cans corn, good grade ...... 23c.;;
(Tampa Tribune
LAUNDERERS Best lemons, per doz. .. ... ... lac. 3 cans early June peas ._. ... .. 23c.; SHEET METAL CO

PHONE 88 Railway Georgia butter, fresh shipment, 3 cans baby size cream Gold or
passenger officials agreein .Globe . ... .. .. ... lOc.
announcing to the public their belief per lb---------------------- 30e.
- 3 Ibs. onions cabbage, northern
-- --
that the coming tourist season in Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold turnips . .. . .... .10c. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

Fire InsuranceCOOK I I I Florida will open earlier and last I I Seal!, and other butter .... .. 33c.: Irish potatoes, per peck .. .. 23c.; and Rubber
longer than in Roofings
previous years. Sliced bacon, lb..box . .. .. 32c. .per bushel . . . ... 90c.
They make this prediction after a Snowdrift, large pail .. .. .. 93c. Fresh snap beans, lb. ... .. lOc.

& BAAS, Agents close have study already of conditions.come in the The frosts'orth. Crisco, large pail .. .. .. .... 83c. Sweet potatoes, very nice, pt'ck.IOe.. Cornices, Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, IMal Ceilings

Pillsbury's best flour, 24 lb. Prunes and fancy peaches, Ib. .. lie.
Christ Building About all those who intended going to sack . . .. .. . .$1.00 Rumford, Calumet or Royal bak- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

California have gone and returned Best pastry flour 24 lb. sack, ing powder, per can . . 22c.

home. They will now look to Florida, I plain or S. R. . . .. ... 95c.; 1 cans sardines . .. . .. 23c.
For Sale At because they naturally have no desire I Macaroni and spaghetti, 3 pkgs. 25c.; Tall salmon, per can . .. 9c.
to make two i
trips across the conti- 4 lbs best head rice .. .. 23c.; PRICES ON FEED

nent in one :year. Pure ground coffee per Ib. .... 15c. Cotton seed meal .. .$1.25 and $1.30

Your Price10Room Advices come from the offices of White House coffee, per lb.. .. .. 33c. Shorts . .. .. ... . .. .. .$1.80

the general passenger agents of the Maxwell House coffee, per lb. 30c. Sweet feed .. .. .. . . .$1.75 The Orlando Meat MarketT.
roads leading to Florida
that there is 8 bars Lenox soap . . . 25c.; Oats . .. . .. $190 and
no doubt of the increased
volume of 13 bars Octagon soap . .. 50c. Beet pulp .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .
the movement to this A. YANCY, jr., Manager
state this win 7 pkgs. Pearline or Naptha . 25c. Best wheat ... .. .... .. .. .$2.00'1
ter. Every Floridian
House, Lot 180x200, will hope that 2 bottles extract .. .. ... 13c.; Best chick feed . ... ..... .
their investigations have Wholesale and. Retail Dealer in Choice
not deceived 2 No. 2 lamp chimneys .. ... 15c. Magic feed for hens .. .. .. .. 20c
faces on three streets, 2 blocks them. Meantime, it is the proper 2 bottles household ammonia. 15c. Salt, per 100 lb. sack .. .... .. 63c.: Florida and Western Meats
season to begin ,
from center of City, east side. itors. Florida ought preparations to make for vis l2 pkgs. corn starch . . 13c. All these prices good for all next

to make them feel eelJ'effort I Best :No.: 2 can Tomatoes . . 7c week. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. that they ,I..I for . . .. . .. .. 25c.Call 638 and save money.
made no mistake in
selecting Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
this state as their winter pleasure

ground-and to impress upon them / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
I the superiority of the climate to that Forage Grocery Company PHONES Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.

CARL DANN I of any other part of the world, Cali-
fornia not excepted. f TELEPHONE 633


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w The Morning Sentinel Want I No. 4 West Pine Sreet I
Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13' and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORLANDO i Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 :

I worth Building.
Term. Cash in Advance. II I

Plaster and Lime I
Cement, Agatite RATESFor
For Three Day ____________50c
I For Six Day _______________75c
Ii For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYSATLAWPhone
II I This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172
i 25 words or less. If the ad con- 72

d I I tains will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
ktx. I each additional word, for each in- Davis & McNeill Block
I sertion.If .
I you can't bring your ad to
I I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
I I counts opened by telephone win be
payable the following day.
r 4 t Every Home--Every Business R. RAY WHITE I
Every Man has use for a IJ J 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
: 44

FOR SAKE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
II Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeeping. BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
Splendid location; large lot.
i Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. 37
9-19-3mo I

I FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract DR. N. L. BRYAN
one quarter mile from city limits; PLUMBINGSALLAS
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
4 r t u poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. DENTIST
1 i -7 II' 6-9-tf & SALLAS
111 I I4J4 Phone 716

I FOR RENT Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth 20S Boone Street
I -
II I FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle Bldg Phone 597.
I furnished or unfurnished, by
the month with
II season or year garage -
garden, fruits and flowers. Apply L. Percival Hutton
; I to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc
FOR RENT-Several houses, fur.I SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
nished and unfurnished. Well lo-I
cated. Call Mrs. II. B. Leake at 312 : Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
179. 9-22-6t McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for :\Iary-freed: from all the disagreeable PROMPT AND ACCURATE
trouble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- FOR RENT-Splendid office in the WORK Florida.
Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles,
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Gas Kitch en. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas
agent. HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffs.is fresh from the Gas Range!
FOR RENT-Fuller residence, fur-
She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe nished; Lucerne Circle; for season. Engineer
Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.
knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then 9-15-tfc 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla

the Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms 9'DR.
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeping. Is your house- at 306 East Church street; cheap Phone 72
work a drugery or a pleasure.ORLANDO rate to permanent parties; no children
taken. 9-17-tfc

WATER & LIGHT CO. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney H.
GasDepartment FOR RENT-By the season, month, L. RAMSDEUOfTdMETRlST,
or year, one upstairs flat for light
.. housekeeping; also other rooms, and and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
garage, electric lights and bath in
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. WI FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENS*
j 9-10-tfc Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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::1 souTh APOPKA CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE [ [ r building.WANTED-To WANTED-Three once.modern Call 6 room at trade Rooms house agents for,32-33.in car wanted good,9-21-3tc Arcade a loca-new at ARCADEMILK McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS FOR

tion. Quick, as this is a bargain.C. .
FLORIDA E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway, Caruthers FlowersLeave
Fla. 9-21-Gt

YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has in- your orders here
stalled an outside service depart- DEPOT
ment and is prepared to give
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- prompt attention. We have a compe-you
tent man who will fit keys, repair .Violet Dell Florist.
trunk, or do anything in the repair -
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest] your line. He is ready to go at your .

prices .. .. .. .. call 9-12-lmoc' now. Just phone 304. BUTTER MILK J. M. CARUTHERS
.. .. .. .. Fresh Every Day.
Phone 509. 408 South Lake SLI
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and 5c. per glass
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and 25c. per gallonCREAl1
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
The rainy season is the best time to set -- AND MILK '
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- BUTTER 1 I CLINT BASSPHONE
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants' 375
one year's growth in advance of trees set 25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- Fresh Homemade
endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry West Jefferson Street
next fall. land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each. SANDWICHES
Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Successor to
--- Hand Wood CompanyWood

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest TYPEWRITERS repaired; keys and fitted Cash; locks Registers repaired ARCADEMILK DEPOT
; anything in the repair 'line is of All Kinds
prices to the above address our line. Just phone 304, Young's
Repair Shop, and our man will call PROMPT SERVICE
at once. 9-12-lmoc

'1111'1111111111111111111111"'IIIII"'II..r II'11..1.11..1, ,.. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist GEO.{ BANSGHBAGH REASONABLE PRICE-
church are preparing a box to be sent
to the orphanage at Enterprise. Do- Cabinet MakerDoors
Harness nations of clothing, materials, or
Makingand money will be gladly accepted, not
later than September 2Sth. Send do- $1.25
Repairing nations Methodist: parsonage. Screens, Porch Swings,
FOR SALE l-9-22-6t Show Cases, Sectional_Book_Cases -
Folding Card Tables, Cedar

I AH kinds of leather repairing, such I NOTICEWe Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- TAMPAAND

as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, are offering some rare bargainsin tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
for few Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket ;I groceries. Buy where your dollar All Work Guaranteed RETURNIThursday
Will offer for sale a days
j Books, Auto Cushions and Tops,

the property corner Orange Avenue, !'get jour scissors sharpened. 12 E. Church St. Phone 447 Sept. 23

Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 23; West Church Street, in a1S1 I I VIAAtlantic

the skating rink property, for $26,000. Shoe Shop. e Coast LineStandard
hour, 12 miles SOc. c C
W. A. Boston for Located in the Arcade Building

$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year BUYERS AND SELLERS All work guaranteed and neat-
9-16-12t ly done. Our work is the best Railroad of the South

and interest at six per cent. I I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real and our prices are the lowest.
I I estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., This is the place to have your
over 30 years. Have handled over old clothes made Special Train
I 20000000. Call and see me. new.
: FORD TIRESFront [ 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.I Leaves Orlando 7.43 a.m.

C. A. HOVEY SLAUGHTER SALE Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Tickets limited date of sale and

pressed _____________40c.
Buy your wall paper cheap for the All good on special train only.
I Beaches scrubbedand
$6.75 next few days. Making: room for our
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer pressed ____________SOc
I I Store Court street. Phone 67. Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
!''Rear $8.251I 9-5-tfc. For Information Call on
-- -- We do ladies' work also. Giveus
Umbrellas covered and repaired a trial and be convinced. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

Try a Sentinel Want Ad I GOODEN JACKSON AND "while you wait." at Young's Repair Clothes called for and delivered. W.R.O'NEALC.P.&T.A.Orlando : .
ORANGE AVENUE Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Phone 613.

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Mr. J. E. O'Neal left yesterday af-
ternoon for Jacksonville where hewill
spend several days on business.

Miss Helen Way, daughter of Mr.
Travel in Panama and Mrs. S. Y. Way, who has been

and everywhere on American territory simplfiUd by "A.B.A.." visiting relatives in Georgia returned FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they areaccepted home yesterday afternoon.
like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare
Deposit your Savings Checks and
lf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
them earn 4 per cent. interest for
business or pleasure. you. 8-12-tf $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando
Mr. Kirby Fuller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Y. Fuller, left yesterday for
Gainesville where he will enter the YOU SPEND

? State University.Miss .

Mabel' Eldredge, of Apopka.
was in Orlando yesterday morning en
route to DeLand where she will enter

Stetson University.Ride "
ups Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

Mr. C. W. Johnson, the accountant,
$10 A YEAR
1" was called to Sanford yesterday for
special work in .his line. He expectsto
return today.

z11IIi Mrs. T. II. Fuller returned to Or-

: ; ic2 lando yesterday afternoon after a delightful -
summer spent at various
places in Georgia and Alabama. IF YOU ASK FOR f SAVINGS CHECKS[

New crop onion sets just arrived,
Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. i
Full line garden, field and flower
seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man,
prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc

Mrs. L. G. Starbuck and father,
Mr. Wm. Doan, who have been spend-

ing some weeks at Daytona Beach, The Peoples National Bank
have returned to their home on East
Livingston avenue.

Mr. F. L, Helms and family, who

"ELDER" Spring Water have been enjoying the pleasures of
Daytona Beach for some days, have
returned to their home on Lake

1 I.... -; -i n i:. (EAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, street. . ,1".1.1111",11,11111.11,11111111111111111'111111111111'-

-UVETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD How much did you: save last month
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf w T. . MlimilMtMMMHIMMIIMMMMIMIIMIIIIIIMHSTUDEBAKER

TRY Better TRY Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Essington returned -

IT BEST IT to Orlando yesterday after-
noon from a visit with relatives and
friends in Indiana, including Nobles-

ville and Indianapolis. 1916 ModelsJust ; j

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
Mr. E. II. Bryan left yesterday for Arrived
DeLand where he will spend several
days with relatives and friends. Mr. i
Wlr.1 Bryan has recently returned from At-

lantic City N. J., where he spent a To examine: and ride in them will convince you
portion of the summer.

that these cars are the best automobile values yet
Fresh bread coffee cakes, pies anda .
full line of fancy cakes. Give us a offered.
trial. We aim to please. Phone orders -
promptly attended to. Phone
No. 52. Carl Jansen's Bakery (successor -
to Chas. Hock). 1-9 22-5tc
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Simms, who
LOAD OF have been spending several days in

Orlando visiting relatives and friends, San Juan Garage Company i
left yesterday morning for their homein
Touring Cars Miami.

Orlando Daytona i H
How much did you save last month
$482.00 DeliveredF. in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf DISTRIBUTORS

Mrs. J. II. Billingsley, who has
been visiting her son, Mr. Percy Bil-
G. RUSH lingsley and family at their home on

West street, left yesterday morningfor ..., 'H ) -__---.wr. .1111 II II\11111 II I 111.111111,1 II I II I II II II II III ,
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Miami.
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Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

Who Will Be Your Executor?
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Yearby and Miss
i Olga Rock left yesterday by auto for Y

Daytona Beach, where they will join
the Orlando colony now summering at ........,.o.a. -
-- -- --- that resort. Your estate may be materially impaired as a j fie. ",, '
direct result of the appointment of an executor ;. -
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Get your next shave at the Stand- or trustee. '.
ard. 18-21-tf
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress When an individual is appointedThe :- :_

correctly. Mrs. J. R. Davis and mother, Mrs. financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer A. D. Cornell left
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into yesterday is usually provided in wills that the person ,, -' r
noon for Tampa where will ''f '
society." they nominated to serve as executor shall be excused -i
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will spend several days visiting relativesand from giving bonds. t
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. friends. i
When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense f
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of Deposit your Savings Checks and of the estate, and then only partial secu- .-, _'.. ,
gentility. let them earn 4 per cent. interest for rity against loss is provided. r +
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each you. 8-12-tl
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No When a Trust Company is selected-
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
exactly alike.If j
is secured.A >
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If a
you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you bond which has behind it the entire financial s
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans strength of the Institution is always filed with _
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come the Probate Court at nR mt to the estate. -_ i

WE in and REPAIR be sociable.Complicated Watches and Clocks. Attorney Wm. Beardall Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue t _
has returned '
Jewelry, Silverware Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and from Daytona Beach where he of this newspaper. -i aL _
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass Fans. Tortoise Shell of ___
couple weeks
Work, anything artistic. spent a in a most enjoyable -
Original designing done for special platinum work. manner. He left the Doctor Come in any time and freely ask for further j t TI#
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible and Mrs. Beardall at the seashore, information on this vitally important subject. s -
prices. but they expected to make an auto- You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
mobile tour of the East Coast and glad to advise.
will not return to Orlando before the

last of next week. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctQrsBuckmaster

& Briiiidc!! Orlando Florida

JEWELER Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplusand: Profits 141000.00
iKirksville, Mo.
.iilliimilllllMIIIIIIMIMMIMMMMIM 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples! .

National Bank. Phone 578. ..,t.f.t..t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IYIII.IIIIII'I. I11"11111111111.1111111'- r.i,

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