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 24, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
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lccn - sn 96027193
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Col. Goethals Will Open Officesas Remarkably Good Shooting at P PASSAGE DUMBA UNTil

Dardanelles to Com- Engineer in New York Country Club Yesterday;
City After Taking IS IMPORTANT RAILROAD Holland 32 in 50; Other

bat Austro-German Forces Short Rest CITY AND CAPITAL OFSTATE Good ScoresAn

t That Will Drive to SAME NAME AUSTRIA ACTS ON [
Washington, Sept. 23.-It is reported enthusiastic crowd of sportsmen RECALL
here on good authority that Col attended the shoot given by the

Geo. W. Goethals, builder of the Panama --- .
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Sept. 23. The right wingof canal, will retire from active CARRANZA Orlando Gun Club yesterday after. I

the royal palace at Stuttgart, the noon at the Country Club. The shootIng SIXTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARYOF THOUGHT THAT THIS WILL
service in the United States engineei ORLANDO REBEKAII
capital of Wurttemberg, was badly corps October 1. Seeks to Crush Villa, Maytorenaand was of all varieties, grading from LODGE OBSERVED HASTEN AUSTRIA'S !
the bombs dropped by
damaged by He will take a needed rest and remarkably good work to some whichwas
the allied aviators yesterday, accord Zapata-Withdraws ACTION
later open an office as engineer in not so good. The highest score t
ing to information reaching here tonight -
Aid From Red Crossin
New York city.RETURNS for the afternoon was made by T. II The of
sixty-fourth anniversary
Several members of the royal
Evans who 47 out of the 50 VON PAPtti MAY GO TO MEXICO
family were in the palace at the time Capital got Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 was

of the attack, but all escaped injury, FROM VISIT AT shots. observed last evening in a manner I
CHICAGOR. Washington, Sept. 23.-Dispatches The names of the entrants, together deserving much credit to all commit- -
the bombs missed that of the
as part Case Is Still Under Consid ra-
the state today indi- with the number of times they .
palace in which they were at that to! tees and members. Among the lodges
time. O. Compton, who owns a very' cate that Carranza's movement to shot, and the scores which they made, invited to attend were DeLand, Kis- tion by State DepartmentHis'

fine orange grove just outside the city Villa and his allies is being follow
In its retreat this division of the air crush : simmee, Eustis, and Ocoee. Other Letters Subject .
limits, returned yesterday from a conducted on a big scale. Shot at. Broke. lodges were represented.The .
fleet bombs through the city,
summer's visit with his parents at While Obregon is advancing to Harold Johnson uuuuu 75 37 entertainment began with a Him to Recall ,
considerable damage A frag-
doing 65
:\1.1. Smith 19
ment of one of the bombs struck the Chicago. His father, J. R. Compton, meet Villa and :Maytorena, who are Peel _______uuuuuu_____________ 60 36 supper for the guests at 6 o'clock, Washington, Sept. 23.-The state

American consulate at Stuttgart. returned with him and will remain effecting a consolidation near Santa Phillips _________________ CO 13 which was enjoyed by about thirty
for a few days. During :Mr. Comp- Barra, Carranza is carrying on a Ben Overstreet ____u_____ 50 14 members of Odd Fellows and Re- i I department still maintains its Aid
Consul and several
Riggings mem-
ton's absence the highway which Holland _uuu_____ 50 32 attitude of refusal safe
in the to
bers of the staff were in the buildingbut campaign against Zapata :Martin --_________--_____ 50 29 bekahs, among whom were C. E. Ed- p.ss.
all escaped injury. runs west of his grove, the Pine Cas- Counsel for Villa at El Paso wired Beacham uuuu__ 50 17 wards, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Rena age for ex-Ambassador Dumba until

tle-Taft road, has become a sectionof his agency here today that Villa had Otey ____uuuu____ 50 29 Gilbert, Mrs. Nora Hall, Miss Eliza- the Austrian foreign office not lies
the :west branch of the Dixie high Zacalecas, an important- Evans ___________________ 50 47
captured beth Teate Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Jacobs
Strong ReinforcementsBerlin Florida. This Bliss _--_______--__--___- 25 13 the United States that it has actually
wireless to Sayville, L. I., way through was pleas- railroad center and capital of the F. Guernsey _____________ 25 7 and Mrs. II. B. Montreville,from recalled him.Officials 1
Sept. 23.-A telegram from Athena ing news to :Mr. Compton as the Dixie state of the same name. Young __________________ 25 13 DeLand. Following the supper, the
highway runs through five states to Jim Beggs ___u______j.__ 25 10 regular work of the lodge, which included of the department belftve
entente -
states that fresh troops of the his former home, Chicago, and also I Carranza Withdraws Red CrossPrivilege Shultz __________________ 25 10 that Austria-Hungary, in order to*expedite .
allies estimated to number 110- Mooney _________________ 25 16 initiation of three candidates, the departure of Dumba I on
000, have arrived at the island of increases the value of his property List _____________________ 25 8 was taken up, and at the close the 28 with Madame Dun\ba,
Mudros: near the Dardanelles.. His many friends are glad to see him Mexico City, via Galveston, Sept. Self ____________________ 25 4 following program was enjoyed: September
will hasten its notification of a recall
notified the
again. Mr. Compton believes Orange 23.-Carranza today Song, America, by..assembly of '
county and Orlando will have a big U. S. state department through Silli- JUDGE WARLOW WILL TAKE and lodge.Invocation to the state department.
WORK WILL BEGIN ON A SKY- PLACE guests The department has still under consideration .
winter season. man that the Constitutionalist government JUDGE GIBSON'S .
SCRAPER AT MIAMI SOON chaplain.The the of .a
further case Capt von -
would give no assistance .
noble grand, Mrs. F. L. Anderson -
.; BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY to the American Red Crossin When! the trial of W. P. Woods and then introduced the vice pen, whose utterances in his published
Miami, Fla.-January 1 will see the Mexico -father and was by letters have. subjected him, in the
its relief work in City. Alfred Woods, son, noble grand Mrs. L. A. and
completion of the lower stories ol also advised the with assault the opinion of officials, to a recall. 1
National League Syiiman was by charged an upon in her most welcomedthe
Miami's first and real skyscraper, the that Lee Gibson is called pleasing style It is reported unofficially today|at
Chicago 1-2, Philadelphia 5-3. Constitutionalist government father of Judge visiting brothers and sisters.
Tatum building, at the corner ol Pittsburgh 8, Boston 4. hereafter it would demand express Saturday, Judtre T. Picton Warlow Piano solo Mrs. W. II. Brokaw. the state department that Von Pa pen
Twelfth street and avenue C. Th Cincinnati 2, Brooklyn 3. all in criminal intends to go to Mexico. Also he .4ii id
for freight shipmentsfrom of Orlando will
St. Louis 3, New York 7. payments preside Remarks by secretary, Mr. J. T.
old frame has been
building finally he to the San FrancA
Red was going ceo
the because of the
American League Vera Cruz to court disqualificationof Dale, who spoke of the esteem whichhe I
for the
razed, the foundation new New York 7-5. St Louis 0-1. Cross in :Mexico City. Judge Gibson as a relative of the holds for Orlando lodge of Re- fair.
structure is about complete, and workon Boston 5-6, Cleveland 4-2. Heretofore the Red Cross supplies complainant.The The state department has sent all
the itself will Philadelphia 5, Detroit 6. bekahs, No. 12 being preeminently'
building begin to I the communications it has received
Washington 1, Chicago 2. have been transported free and as a Woods are accused of holding in advance of anything he ever saw.
morrow or the day following. Two Federal League result of Carranza's action it is be- I lup with a shotgun the elder Gibson In results show bearing on the Dumba and Von Paftn
stories will be built this fall, but the Chicago 2-1, Newark 1-2. accomplishing they cases to the department of justice.
lieved here that it will hardly be on the road near his country home their in the
entire will be stories Buffalo ability highest degree. ,
ten 2 5.
building Pittsburgh ,
worth while for the American Red and with having assaulted him wfth
when twice St Louis 10, Baltimore 2. During last year they have ini-
high completed, as highas Cross to to bring brass knuckles. The trouble is said Lays Blame on Britain
Kansas City 0, Brooklyn 3. attempt any tiated 11 candidates, reinstalled 2,
other in Miami.
any building Southern League food supplies to famine stricken to have been the result of a disagree- and have applications of'15. Sixteen New York, Sept. 23.-Count -on
Atlanta 3, Little Rock 1. Bernstorff admitted today that he Kad
Mexico City through Vera Cruz. ment about the poisoning of a hog members have received certificates of
New Orleans 3, Chattanooga 0.
, FEARING REQUISITION, BRITISH Others not scheduled. belonging to the Woods.-Tampa Tri- perfection. received from his government a memorandum -
SELL BOATS on the sinking of the lIespe-
IIAIZLIP HOME IN TAMPA DE- bune. Piano solo, Mrs. Brady.
rian. Bernstorff said that the information
London.Ship brokers in Londonare from Berlin said that he
of opinion that values in second German admiralty, after an investigation i-
The home of W. T. Haizlip on Os- CLASS Trombone solo, Donald Helms, accompanied -
hand tonnage will' yet go higher,with has determined that no Ger-
Switzerland. Swiss who ceola avenue, Suwanee Heights, was by Mrs. Helms at the pi
the result that few firms will be man submarine could have sunk the
has returned from Constantinople
just completely destroyed by fire yesterday Miss Ida Jansen entertainedher ano.

ers. Instances are on record where writes to the Gazette de Lausanne morning at 4:30: o'clock. The ori- Sunday school class at her home, 517 Reading, St Peter at the Golden Hesperian and that the vessel was
steamers have handsat probably sunk by British mine intended
many changed that there is no gas, electricity or gin of the fire is unknown. The Lake street, yesterday afternoon. Gate, Martha. Stevens. a -

a profit even of hundreds of dol- candles in the Turkish capital, and flames were discovered in the kitchenby Games, puzzles, and music caused the The closing number, officers' drill, to destroy the German sub-

lars. At the high prices ruling, sev- that conditions of life there are almost Mr. Haizlip, who is said to have time to pass only too swiftly, and was certainly an appreciated numberof marines. lie aid this had been G,r.

eral companies have been, disposingof intolerable for foreigners. lIe been the only person home at the served to strengthen the bond of the program, and well worth the many's contention since the beginning

their fleets, preferring this methodto says that 2,000 workmen from the time. A part of the household goodswas :friendship of the young lady. Delicious applause it received. and that he believed' a number of

running the risk of their being requisitioned Krupp plant in Germany are idle on. saved. The loss i is estimated at I refrehments were served and The audience was dismissed by vessels supposedly destroyed by Ger-

at low rates by the government account of lack of raw material. $4,000, partly covered by insurance.Mr. I the guests reluctantly dispersed with prayer and repaired to the banquethall man submarines were victims of Brit
lost at ish mines.
or sea. Haizlip is cashier of the Florida : no doubt in their minds of Miss Jan- where a delicious cream course

NOTED VIOLINIST DIES Citrus Exchange.Tampa Tribune. sen's ability as a hostess. was served. ,

TEXANS KILL MEXICANSRangers -- Among out of town guests were WINTER PARK ClEANS
Washington, Pa. Isaac McGirr, Mrs. L. M. Heslington, of Miami, and uPCitizens
'Frisco Horse Show Will Be One
aged 87, noted as a violinist and Miss Susie Tabor, of Fall River,
prominent in musical circles in New Mass.

and Citizens Kill Ten I York a half century ago, is dead Of Greatest Ever Held In US.San The reception committee consistedof Turn Out and Improve

Bandits in Two Skirmishesin here. Mr. W. H. Brokaw, Mr. Claire Eaton Appearance of City-Civic

Hidalgo and Star. -- Mrs. L. A. Hawley, and Mrs.F. Leaguers Serve Lunch ,.
Counties Get your school books and school A. Eaton. The refreshment Grounds
Francisco.-From present indi- show indicates that the horse is re- com- on

supplies at Curtis & O'Neal's this cations, it is believed by officials of covering from the blow given him by' mittee was Mrs. W. II. Brokaw and

Galveston, Tex., Sept. C3.-Three week, and avoid the rush. the automobile, just as he recovered a Mrs Geo. Barker. The decoration Yesterday was clean-up day at
the Panama-Pacific International Exposition -
battles between Texas Rangers and generation ago from the blow given committee, Mrs. Harry Gauthier and Winter Park and the citizens turned

citizens and peace officers and Mex- NEARLY 400 GO TO TAMPAOn that the horse show the exposition him by the bicycle. It is pointed out Mrs. D. L. Hawley. out en masse to improve the appeai-- r

ican bandits, in Hidalgo and Star will hold at San Francisco too, that the changing of trade routes ance of the city's premises. An all

counties today, resulted in the wound- from September 30 to October 13 will following the completion of the Pan

ing of John Anderson, a ranger, and Popular Excursion Many be one of the most important ever ama canal, and the widening of mar THE WINTER PARK "PST"Such day session was held and a considerable

the. killing of ten Mexicans. held in the United States. When entries kets in South and Central America amount of cleaning up was ac
The fighting took place the Grips, Suit Cases and Other complished. The ladies of the civil
near for it closed on September 1 it the Orient and the islands of the Pacific

Young ranch in Star county, and Receptacles Were in was found that the responses to the ocean have caused breeders to Will Be Name of New league served lunch upon the grounds

south of Chapin in Hidalgo county. EvidenceThe invitation to participate far exceeded i appreciate the value of the expositionat Newspaper to Be Launchedat and in addition to making the dtp

On the Young ranch were seven anticipations. There will not be an' San Francisco as a means of ad- Winter Park in the more presentable the occasion w<.*a

Mexican bandits, all poorly armed, excursion train which left Or- empty stall. Iji fact, the departmentof vertising their products. one which was thoroughly enjoyed bv
who were killed after they had attacked lando yesterday morning at 7:45 live stock, of which D. O. Lively is Almost $125,000 has been providedfor Future everybody. |

S the ranch house. Three Mexicans o'clock over the Atlantic Coast Line chief, will have to exercise consider- the horse show. Of this amount, Winter Park is on a spur of the
Winter Park is have
were killed in the fight ten miles for Tampa, pulled out of this city able ingenuity to provide comfortable $50,000 has been appropriated by the to a newspa Dixie highway and also on the "Jackson -

south pf Chapin this afternoon. I with twelve well filled passenger accommodations for all the animals exposition for cash prizes, in additionto per. It will be a four page, six column and Lee" highway, and is one of

Another fight was reported near coaches. There was a large crowd offered. $15,000 for the expenses of a spe- weekly, issued every Thursday.It the cities which will benefit material.

Donna but no lives were lost. 'I' from this city who availed them More than half of the entrants are cial horse show of animals in the will be called the Winter Park ly from the completion of this road.

selves of the cheap rate to visit that draft horses, Percherons leading, followed performance classes, which will be to Post. The editor, F. Ellison Adams, The citizens are wide awake to the

GRAUSTARK DREW LARGE AUDIENCE I city. Quite a number were provided in the order named by Shires, a large extent a society affair, its pa- son of Mr. Frank Adams well possibilities opening up to them, and
I with suit cases, satchels, hand bags, Belgians, and Cyldesdales. Othei trons and patronesses comprising are preparing to make the most ol

etc., and the crowd resembled very classes entered are standard bred numerous leaders in the world of known resident of this county, will them. ,

Graustark, as presented at the much people who were going on a trotters and pacers, thoroughbreds, fashion. A large number of breed bring out the first issue of his paper

Grand theatre last night, drew a very long journey instead of a day's out saddle horses, Morgans, Hackneys, record associations have offered $20 during the latter part of October. At THE WEATHER

large Thursday half holiday audience. ing. The train returned to Orlandoat and Arabians. Also a large number 550 for special premiums and trophiesand :first the paper will not be printed in .

The play was in six reels and one of a late hour last night and some I of fine mules, jacks and jennets. various state commissions to the :Winter Park, but Mr. Adams says he For Florida: Generally fair Fri i

the best that Manager Tallman has .|of the excursionists looked as though I Exposition officials believe that the expositions have set aside large sums is planning to have a printing plant Jay; moderate, variable winds; except

brought to Orlando. ;they had been "seeing the sights." extent of the participation in the for horse show purposes. there in the near future. northeast over north portion. IA '





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I! aid in park construction here. As might say, had refused to import ever, Iio: wish to criticise the feed i TO CLOSE PANAMA CANAL FORTE FOR SALE V

LEITER TO SENTINEL population increases, greater cities good breeding stock and their cattle ing facilities of both roads at :\Iont-I =' DAYS; LANDSLIDES i I We have a quantity of fjI tlvantzedpipe

will stand where are now little vil- had been inbred so long that the gomery. The pens of both :I on hand that we wd'sell oee-
i (ages, and it is a duty that the authorities handling Southern cattle are too Washington, D. C.-The Panama I'tween now and October Is- at the
FROM STATE BOARD stock was getting all the time.
poorer following prices
small and too few for train load lots. I
of today owe to posterity canal will be closed to all ships dur- : 1-2 in.. $-I.' O per hundred E"t't.
that large areas shalL be set aside The past few :years several big cattle If these railroads really want our ing the next ten days on account of 3-4 in., ?;;.50 per hundred "t>:
OF HEALTH for the parks of by and by. More companies and large individual opera- .business and will ,get busy and pro- the recent slides. On Saturday the 1 in., $7.7.; per hundred f. t.
than this, it is much more important tors have purchased the more desir- vide decen$ facilities at Montgomeryfor war department was notified that 11-4 in., $10..>0 per hundred feet.
1 1=1 in., $12.30 hundred At.
lands the marshes per
that there should be a number of able grazing on feeding and watering our cattle there was a slide on the previous day 1 2 in., $16.50 per hundred feet,1r
PARKS AS PLAYGROUNDS smaller breathing spots scattered and prairies and fenced these' in. This they will please us and stand a bet- and it would take at least five daysto This pipe we want to sell before
about in all parts of these coming I Is putting the cattle business in the ter chance of getting our business to clear the waterway.The t our new lot comes in.
hands of fewer parties, who will be We will cut this pipe to y Out-of-doors is more healthful than cities, than that all the playground your market"VACATION report of today indicates the Our electric machine will hl.ve your
indoors. space should be in a single area. Toe able to give the industry much better I 1 i banks have continued to slide into the cutting done while you wait. Do novhave

Sunshine' and fresh air, "the kind useful, they must be convenient for attention than in the old days, when I iI I NOTES waterway and that it will take at miss a good thing while ain
it was all open range and natives con- chance. We sell larger size proportion. -
one gets under the open sky or beneath those whom they are to benefit. I I I least ten days to make the canal nav- .
the protection of nature's umbrellas Hardly a better illustration of this trolled the business. I I Watertown, X Y.-Secretary of igable. 9-23-St: F. JOSEPH Rj EIIN.
"Prior to this season Florida ranchmen -
the trees-are more health- point can be recalled than Chicago, I State Lansing had.his second day of ;t.
had generally contracted their '
giving than the most beautiful homes. which has thousands of acres in beautifully I vacation today. Here are salient
cattle to the big packers, who sent
We accept a good many things as improved parks scattered buyers down there for that purpose. facts: Beds Beds Beets !
the hundred
facts because others accept them, through two square have I II I He had not received a copy of the
without analyzing the reasons why we miles within the city limits, and nearly I I The ranchmen, however, begunto Dumba 'letter. ,

they take them for granted. We all these areas were set aside when realize that they could do better i iII I I I He had not read the Dumba letteras I
or and before the tide of by patronizing the open market hereat I I In Bright New
believe that public parks are public land was cheap II St. Louis where they will have the published in the newspa'pers. Patterns)
necessities, but why? population preempted these lands. I I He had received no dispatches from
Why should not Florida be knownin benefit of competition."One
the state department. I
What are the benefits of parks to I big packer early the past I
the years to come as the state of He had had no mail.
us individually? They are the breath- spring went to Florida and contracted I
she known
beautiful cities, as is now I BUT-
Ing spots were we come from our busy about 10,000 head of cattle, so I
the land of flowers.
as T I He caught eighteen bass today.
confusing civic life, into touch with was told, and paid some earnest
nature's wilderness tanned and improved down on them. The market .
with nature's FLORIDA CATTLE ARE SENT I=' money 10 cents a week delivered. kwaz
in accordance on that class of cattle began to break i
methods under the direction of expert s 1 4
and when the ranchmen had roundedup I
observers of those methods. STOCK YARDS a good portion of the stock con-

They are, or they should be, the tracted, the buyer cut out and took ACERTAINBEVERAGEf I
playgrounds where "keep-off-the- East St. Louis, 111.-Florida cattle enough of the best end to offset the

grass" signs have been banished and are strictly in evidence in the southern money paid down and threw the re- f is said to have made I

men, women and children are free to division this week. Yesterdaythe rnainder of the cattle back on the !

walk over the smooth turf, to lie on it Southport Cattle company, with hands of the owners. MIRYAUKFAMOUS[[ !, Now Is The Time |
and roll on it, to play their games, branches in Osceola county, that "Practices like these do not make
where' they find facilities for such state: marketed a train of mixed stock Florida cattle raisers feel very kind- 1 ti

amusements, and where they are en- and today another train of twenty' ly toward the packer contractors. In to select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.

couraged to come for health and cars arrived.W. : other words the stock raisers feel Perhaps our coffee may do as much
: I Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose from t
pleasure.The M. Davis, secretary and treasurer they are being stung. for Orlando, and with better resultsto
public parks of the modern, of the Southport Cattle company "The past spring another one ot I the drinkers. at surprising low prices. A call will convince you. i

uptodatecity are object lessons foi accompanied his stock to market the big packers, who has bought a Almost any one can make good cof- il
the home owner, showing him the yesterday and will remain here good many Florida cattle in the past I fee if in the making they will use the l

possibilities of improving his own the rest of the week.. Mr. Davis says sent a representative to Florida and best coffee and proper methods. Usu-

surroundings, for the beautificationof that, considering the decline in the he bid on a good many cattle but his I ally however, some detail is neglectedand
the grounds about his 'habitationwith cattle market, their stock sold satis- offer was so low that most of the I the results are unsatisfactory. OSCAR HAND & SON

flowers and vines and trees. actorily. parties with whom he tried to do I The' Model uses the best coffee and I

No argument is needed to prove the "Of the 15 loads that came in yes. business turned him down, preferringthe proper methods and obtain results. Complete Home FurnishersMltlMlilMIMIIIMIIMIIIIMIIIMIIIIitMIMMim
value of parks to the average citizen, terday from Florida," remarked Mr. open market. W. S. Branch is a brilliant writerof .
citizeness and all the little citizens Davis' "twelve belonged to the Southport "There will be decided improve "Side Lights" and a good judge of ,

More important it is to urge theit Cattle company, and three cars ment in the quality of Florida cattlein coffee. t ..

more general use. were consigned by Rull Bass, also of coming years. Ranchmen are now The Model's 2oc. Breakfasts are *

The relation of the municipality, of Osceola county. going out of the state to import good very popular.In .

the authorities, to the park system is "The Southport Cattle company registered bulls with which to gradeup addition to the regular meals

often misunderstood. It is an old i has 19,000 acres of good grazing landaU their herds. Last winter Cobb & which are served at the uniform priceof

time theory of government that its under fence and we have about Derby brought four cars of pure bred 25c., you can obtain just as elabor-

duties are necessarily confined to the 6,000 cattle back at this time. Mr. bulls to Kissimmee that were distrib- ate a meal as may be desired at any Extracts! Extracts! !
serious affairs or common interest, Bass is one of the biggest ranchmenin uted over the state. hour of the day or night.
such as establishing and maintainingfire the state, controlling about 20,000 "We ship to St. Louis over the Atlantic Numerous 15c. specials all the
departments, police and jails, head of cattle. Coast Line to Montgomery,
public waterworks, pavements, sidewalks "Cattle conditions have changed Alabama, and from there on to St.

and the like. Health is con- greatly in Florida the past three or Louis we can use either the Mobile & Cut this ad out and bring it to our store with 5c. and
sidered a matter for private regulations four years. Up to that time most Ohio or L. & N. I have come both; time.The
we will give you a bottle of
excepting in time of epidemic, of the cattle of the state were owned ways and have no complaint to offerat Model Cafe

and playgrounds and amusements are by natives, who for generations, you the runs they have given us. How ,

not listed as serious affairs. Peach Orange or Lemon '
That theory was discarded long ago
by the advanced students of munici- .HMHIMHMMtliilllillMIIMItlMlllliMIIIIMIIHUIIIIIMIIIMIMiMMII I ExtractWE

pal matters, and according to this new

thought, the physical and mental welfare ;
of the citizen is considered quite

as important as his protection from t
physical injury of the vagaries of his

designing neighbors.The
need of Florida cities for pub- .

lic parks, more of them, properly improved :

and beautified and maintained, ., STUDY of the specifications, while convincingto Our Grocery Company
(Is as great as that of northern mu- *
nicipalities. Nature is prodigal in her the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan Two Phones: 3 and 200 '

approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.i{ .
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof ,

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Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit HANDFUNERAL
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comfortably' without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system.
Palm Beaches scrubbedand
The Oakland Six is equipped with the .
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We do ladies' work also. Giveus
ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- generator.
a trial and be convinced; ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Clothes called for and delivered. Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA
Phone 613. The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith
light weight is exemplified in this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis calls answered Promptly DAyor
model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The Night. Hand Block. J
H.R.BERRY great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction Orlando Florida.PHONE
eliminates the side .
unsightly apron usually
The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor
found between the and *
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all running 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive
A complete line of Ford Acces- Six should have, and is very responsive to the .
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear : !
sories; a staff of expert mechanics axle and wheels without shock or jar, the -
Low Center of Gravity rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-
to render satisfaction in all \ Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
the This prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual ,
car is carried low to ground. prevents
lines of Automobile Repair side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features AUTO WASUING STATION
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Gasoline, and fair and square Left hand drive with center control. Gear A
Gasoline shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
: System
prices. Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake : THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR'
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of eering
automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
on the car. Xo air pump to get out of orderor One-man top, with clamps to: windshield with- REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in Known "The Man."
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. as Handy
For Nine YearsWe all grades. Increases the mileage' to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
of the car where it belongs. boards. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
have been in business at the
chine parts. Work guaranteed. 4

same location, Corner of South
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Main and Church Streets.

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:Miami Fla.-What becomes of ; Whereas, the last legislature enacted .
a law designating the second
stolen bicycles? This question has The Tampa Tribune says: "It
I Friday in October of each year as
been asked lately because of the fact I"Farmers' Day and I must be pleasant for Minister Stovall,

that few bicycles which have been I Whereas, the; farmers and growersof i at Berne, trying to preserve neutral- I

stole*.are" recovered, says the )Ietropol Florida constitute a most staple ity in the very center of war." j "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

s. j If he is like some other Stovalls we ;
and dependable factor in the material
In one day recently more than I know of he enjoys a lively scrap as
I development and permanent prosperity i Unless Budded from A Bear-
stolen in the
twenty were reported j much or more than he does perfect
; of the state; and
city taken from sidewalk curbmps I I
and front porches of residences. They Whereas, the farmers and growers peace. -0- I I Tree of Known
well merit being honored by havingone I ing Qualityand
disappeared as though they had been I
day in each year designated as a The most useful of all Americansis
swallowed up in an impenetrable cra-I legal holiday in their honor; and the hen that furnishes an egg a
ter and few if of them have Quantity of Produc-
any Whereas, it is desirable that our day for each man, woman and childin
recovered. I citizens in all vocations shall assist in the United States.-Times Union.
"I can tell you one reason why How about the usefulness of the '
making "Farmers' Day" one of pleasure -
: tion.; O. W. Conner
stolen bicycles are so difficult to re- I as well as an occasion for fur- American father who rustles around -
cover," said a citizen. 'It is too easyin and and earns the three cents that it
thering encouraging our great ,
Miami for a negro or any irresponsible -I agricultural interest, which is the takes to buy the egg? We have nev- :(

person to sell parts of bicycles'l very cornerstone of.the common- er happened to notice a flock of hens
The thief who steals a )' 'i
the street
going along
wealth's prosperity; and eggs In five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
it to pieces and offers the parts for '
for the different families.
Whereas it will be bene-
sale to persons needing them, some- mutually I onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
ficial for all the people of Florida to
times at suspiciously low prices. Thus assemble at picnics and other public Sentinel Want Ads Pay.IFIThNEYSAND. brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

the wheels will be sold to one person, gatherings in the different sections of I II does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
the frame to another and the coaster --------
Florida, for a day of pleasant social -I Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
brake to another. By the time he has
,intercourse and in furtherance of the in the Florida Grower have
published added conviction to
sold the bicycle in pieces it would be ( i iBlADOER
impossible for the owner to identify I Interest of our farmers and growers; the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
Therefore, I, Park Trammell, governor -, i
it. from a parent of true merit.
of the state of Florida, do here- i j .

I by proclaim Friday, October the 8th, I i BOTHER : To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
"Farmers' Day, and suggest that in a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
Eddie Rickenbacher, the daring ,every section of Florida the people [ _
been in existence five are falling over each other to con-
Big Swiss" race pilot, believes that !assemble and arrange for an appropriate -] years
the eight cylinder motor car will celebration of said day. Take a glass of Salta to flush out your vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
Kidneys and neutralize irritating -
some day show more speed than the I In testimony whereof, I have here- acids. Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source, .

p4 present four and six oylinder motorcars I unto set my hand and have caused the I the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
which are this season shatter. I great seal of the state of Florida to
rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
ing world's records on the fast be affixed at Tallahassee, the capital, Kidney and Bladder weakness result

courses in this country. Rickenbacher this the 20th day of September, A. D. The from kidneys uric acid filter, says this a noted acid authority.from the I You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

has been using an eight cylinder 1915.PARK blood and pass it on to the bladder, whereit I great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
King in Detroit while he was com- TRAMMELL, Governor. often remains to irritate and inflame,
bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single -
pleting negotiations with Carl Fisher, causing a burning scalding I
head of the Indianapolis Motor retting up an irritation at the neck of I bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Speed- WANTED-INFORMATION FROM the bladder. obliging you to seek relief II
way, to be the managing driver of SAN EXPERT ON DASHEENS two or three times during the night. CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
the Prest-o-lite is in constant dread the
race team. The sufferer ,
grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
sometimes with
water a scalding
Rickenbacher, after turning in the When to plant; how long to ma- passes
sensation and is very profuse; again,
eight cylinder car he was using to I ture, or when to dig. Is it best to let j i there is difficulty in avoiding it.

}.'. A. Vollbrect' general manager of. them stay in the ground or dig them |i', Bladder. w/Jwness, moet folks call it,
the King Motor Car company, had I ripe? How best to keep them f(r because they can't control urination. Ocklawaha Nurseries ,
While it is extremely annoying and some- ,
this to say in an unsolicited letter: them them
use-dry or keep moist?
times very painful, this is really one of
"For several years I have gotten the How best to cook them; and are they the moat simple ailments to overcome. I O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
most out of four and six cylinder cars good for anything, anyhow? Get about four ounces of Jad Salts

on the racing track, and firmly be- C. A. TOMPKINS, Taft, Fla. from your pharmacist and take a tablespoonful II OR
lieved in a glass of water before
the limit could be obtainedin
breakfast continue this for two or three
the multiple cylinder motor for Our good friend Gilchrist who does days. This will neutralize the acids in*I G. G. Wright, Agent

racing development. Whether it is not believe in newspaper advertisingis the urine so it no longer is a source of 'j r

an inspiration or not I am now of the out with a three column story of irritation to the bladder and urinary or- I 8 YO'VELL-DU K'VORTlIllLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
which then act
normally again. '
idea that an eight cylinder motor, his trip to Boston syndicated to a Jad Salts is inexpensive,
such as is used in the King eight, number of newspapers.ClearwaterSun. and is made from the acid of harmless'l
geared properly for the race track lemon juice, combined with
would is used by thousands of folks who are
surpass any previous records
subject to urinary disorders caused by
made by fours and sixes, and I intendto The style to that "boiler plate"sent uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splen- .

look into this development fur out by Hon. F. A. Wood, advancinghis did for kidneys and causes no bad

ther. salary fee bill, makes him look'like effects whatever. I
i Here you have a pleasant, effervescent '
a testimonial for Peruna. Clear- lithia-water drink, which quickly relieves
Try a Sentinel want ad. I water Sun. bla.ddertrouble.. ;

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South Florida SentinelMORNING WANT BETTER :MAN IN ORANGE IA Poem For The Day |: J

'. IU GLENN ....AND......WEEKLY............EdiUr The Chicago Tribune comes out The world has room for the manlyman I I More Than YourMone sWorth
a'. C. ESSINGTON_ ..... .Ba inru Manager I with an editorial on politics which Winter Park citizens turned out en cheer with the spirit of manly !

Entered at the pu.toflice at Orlando. Florida will meet with about the same kind of masse yesterday for clean-up day, The world delights; in the man who
aa Second: Class Mail Matter. "praise" as did its editorial on the and within a short time many of the smiles when his eyes keep back
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: Frank and the "illiteracy and Win- the tear;
DaUf. I Y>ar ........................ 15.00 case streets were greatly improved. It loves the man who, when things Saturday and Monday
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.60 half-educated" condition of the South. ter Park residents have the right idea go IIt's
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 wrong, can take his place and .
Here is what that self World's
styled is
Daily. 1 Month ................. ..... 60 and that thriving city making progress stand
!Greatest Newspaper has to say about New sidewalks are being laid With his face to the fight and hise.es
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... U-00 to the and with
Woodrow Wilson: all over the city and it will not be along light, toil
a willing hand. more than a year and a half ago since| we
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN "Mr. Wilson is a known quan- time until several miles of pave The is the that
ADVANCETO manly man country's need started these wes'k end saving economies. To say
tity. lie has strength, though not ment are completed. and the moment's need, for-
they have been successful certainly does not describe
enough strength to beat a good, .. sooth,
ADVERTISERS> clean Republican on a good, clean --()- With a heart that beats to the pulsing their wonderful popularity, which has steadily increased
Copy far thiplay and all ther hand-Mt platform. The new hotel being constructed at tread of the lilted leaguesof I as the weeks have gone by. Come down Saturdifr or
advcrtiunr matt be handea in at the business "lie has enough strength to Zellwood by the Zellwood Florida truth; Monday- old time-no time restrictions on our offerings -
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. beat a recognized reactionary ,
The world is his
and it waits for him,
lite day before publication. This rule applies foisted on the party by disrepu- Farms Company will have a large and it waits to hear the ring and judge for yourself. You'l soon tumble to the
it i
for contract advertising: ( "
:U variable and will be strictly adhered to.Subscriben table methods. lobby three private offices on the Of the blow he strikes and the wheelshe reason. (
;;; "lie has strength enough to first floor, a dining room finished com- turns and the hammers he
desiring The Sentinel dftconcinurd beat any man. Republican or pletely in white enamel with tables dares to swing;
should notify the office in writing on Democrat, running as the repre- It likes the forward look in his face, Do of these interest ?
be and chairs to match, a ladies' restroom I
the date of expiration other.it will sentative of quack remedies. I the poise of his noble head, any you
.. .
continued at the regular *uD eription rate* "The people of the United and writing room on the second And the onward lunge of his tireless

until Telephone notice Numb to top .U...received.................. ** States want a better man than floor, an electric light plant, a large will and the sweep of his FANCY VOILES AND ORGANDIESWe -
Wilson representing better things
garage, and accommodations for at dauntless tread. must make for the that
more room new goods
than Wilson
FIHDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1913: represents. They Hurrah for the manly man who comes
Hill elect such a man, but they least sixty people. It will be com- with sunlight on his face, are arriving almost every hour, so every piece of
will not elect a worse man than pleted within a short time. And the strength to do and the will Flowered Voile and Organdie that we have in'stock
Good old summer time is on the Wilson, representing worse things to dare and the to find
than Wilson represents." --()- his place! courage ranging in value from 23c. to 50c. per yard goes on

wane. Wilson can't beat a "good clean The !Smith House, on Third avenueat The world delights in the manly man, Sale Sat. and Mon. at 15c yd
o Ta't, is being repaired and additions and the weak and evil flee
Republican the of the United
heart all things are ; people
"To the pure in I made to it by Herbert Tice. When the manly man goes forth to
States: want a better man than Wilson hold his own on land or sea!"
pure. o !" and that from the Tribune. --oAt American Israelite.We "PROSPERITY" SHEETSIn -

Rot, and more of it! One gets tiredof fine Castle :Mrs.: C. II. Matchettis
to be starting -
.The weather appears response to a most vigorous "encore" we repeat
in to put the golden hue on or- the preachments of the Chicago having erected a new dwelling on may now expect the Miami pa. this remarkable value in these well-known sheets.

anges. Tribune. What a fine specimen of her newly purchased lot, Paul Macy pers to publish exclusive stories such Please note that the quantity is limited, so early
-o angels must be harbored around being in charge of the work. as "Why Bryan Refuses to Go to Eu- buying is suggested.Size.

Thofe Detroit Tigers made a grandold Dearborn and Madison streets in Chi- -()- rope," "Is the Popularity of Grape 72x90, Regular 59c. for 39c
The mill and works at
stand against those Boston.bean cago. saw novelty Juice Decreasing? Bryan Says It Is," Size 81x90, Regular 73c. for 59c
eaters. "The people of the United States Taft is employing fifteen men and "Bryan Intrenched at Miami Home)

o want a better man than WiIo! on." running full blast. Shuns Reporters," etc., etc. Great L

It used to be possible to take time Can you beat it? Evidently all the --()- chance in Miami for a cub reporter. TURKISH TOWELS

by the forelock but it can't be done people of the United States live in New chain awnings are being rap- '0 Only 25 dozen at this price, no loss to ourselves but

any more-he's been worn bald. the Tribune building, Chicago. "We idly installed along Winter Park's Dumba appears so anxious about certainly no profit. Close weave, heavy weight, full

o are the people," according to the Tri- main, street. leaving the United States and so ea- size, a fine handy towel, worth 15 cents

The summer vacation season is bune. "We, us, our, me-the people" -()- ger to get back to Austria that it Sat. and Mon. $1.10 doz
nearing the end, and the absenteesare -wouldn't it give you a nightmare! Winter Park will soon have a news- I might be well for Uncle Sam to hold

returning home to live restfullyand And what has the Republican partyto paper, "The Winter Park Post. The him here for another month.

comfortably end settle down to offer better than Wilson who is new publication will be a weekly of I I 0 IMPORTED SILK CREPE DE CHIXE-
daily increasing the respect of the four pages, six columns, and pub-
business.If I An ad in the morning Sentinelisa French manufacture, one metre wide (40 in) in
business and financial world; who is lished by F. Ellison Adams.
o safe investment. black, white, sky blue and rose pink
the United States went in and constantly proving his ability as a !

subdued Mexico at a cost of $500- statesman; who has saved the nation "AT A HOTDOG COOK & BA'.\S. Special price Sat. and Mon. $1.25CHENEY'S

000,000, Mexico would no doubt stay from bitter consequences; who has ROAST.
subdued for as much as ten days. won a notable victory over foreign J. II. Reese, editor of our esteemed
Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
o diplomacy; who has contributed to contemporary, the Reporter-Star, is ance promptly. Christ building. NEW SILKS- t

After Orlando gets that new Boardof the prosperity of the country in the keeping something from the unsus- 1-9-17-lmoc Illustrating the new Egyptian effects. These are

Trade building it would be a good face of a storm unequalled in the his- pecting public. Somewhere amid the positively exquisite in their combination colorings,
tory of the nation since the terrible cloistered frescoes of his splendrous and will be extremely fashionable for Kimonas, and
thing to concentrate upon days of civil dissension fifty years sanctum lies an unknown, rhapsodical for Lingerie dresses combined with other fabrics.
the fact that Orlando has not a pub-
ago? author, perchance the society editor.In School
lic library. Special price Sat. and Mon. 75c .
o Republican presidential timber includes unrivalled fashion the dogs of rhet

such unheard of lights as Ar- oric were loosed yesterday and this
And in the meantime Orlando's
thur Capper, of Kansas; Martin G. appeared on the society page: Orlando's Select Boarding and Day CURTAIN ETAMINES-
government lot at the corner of Court "The cool breezes the beautiful School for Girls
Brumbaugh, of Pennsylvania; Frank ,
With the and Hemmed Stiched borders
street and Central avenue continuesthe the laden oaks new ,
moss 16th Year October 6th 1915
B. Willis, of Ohio, and W. II. opens ,
in white and worth 15 cents. Our
of "watchful waiting." Thomp-I with their branches overhangingthe ecru, special priceis
policy Primary, Intermediate and Academic
son of Illinois-unknown to
quiet waters, the cry of the 12i/2c.
o and'file, untested and incapable of the birds as they were disturbed from Grades
"From Florida Sanctums" comes highest office in the gift of the na I their slumbers, and the cracklingof Also :Musi.:, Art, Elocution, Physical Sat. and Mon. lie a yd
"Timely Talks of Tampa," "Said I the twigs in the fire, made a
tion. And then there are more familiar and Domestic Science.
About the Tribune," and "RemarksBy picture which is typical of Flor
names of presidential possibilities ida life, and long will the pictureof For Catalogues address the Rector,
Our Readers, according to the NEW 'VAISTS-
such Elihu Root of New York this happy evening remain
as ; Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. 5L,
Tampa Trib. Lawrence Y. Sherman, of Illinois; with "those who composed the Orlando. Fla. Bought when in New York. Dainty Lingerie con-
o party. ceptions exquisitely made and finished. Only TWO
John W. Weeks, of Massachusetts; ,
States bluff Austria The name please, Reese, the
The United
may value for
Hiram Johnson, Theodore Burton, DOZEN, all we could get. Exceptional
and but so far she has name-!
Charles S. Whitman, Charles W.Fair- FIELD'SCHOCOLATE $2.50
not bluffed Great Britain. Rather banks, Albert Cummins, W. II. Taft, o
Great Britain is bluffing us, and get Augustus Gardner of Massachusetts, The Tampa editors evidently haven'tseen Sat. and Mon. while they last $1.48PUSSY
ting by with it. Perry G. Wall in the movies
James R. Mann of Illinois, and Wil-
o This would prove that his unique
liam E. Borah of Idaho, and Theodore WILLOW TAFFETA 'VAISTS-
Sooner or later a subway explosion campaign stunt was tried in Orlando
fatal to many people was due in New Roosevelt the Great. From these the first. For the benefit of the Tampa VANILLA Made of the genuine fabric, produced by Miguel and

York. It is against reason that a people are asked to choose a better Times and Tribune we should explain Co., in absolutely the very latest styles. Selling in

project of burrowing a subway under man than Woodrow Wilson. that the film showing the next United TUTI FRUTI New York at $7.50

New York should not result in loss ol o States senator is rather dark, and a GUAVAICE Our price Sat. and Mon $3.50
life. Not a public stenographer in Win woman on seeing Mr. Wall's likeness

o ter Park, and that from no 'less an exclaimed: "I think he should have CREAMS.

After the concentrated slaughterfrom authority than W. C. Temple. Mr. gotten a shave first," and it was explained 36-INCH BLEACHED MUSLINWe -

a million Austro-German-Bulga- Temple called up recently with a long by her male companion that congratulate ourselves upon this purchase.

rian guns poor little Serbia will be in "story" for the Sentinel. Courteously I Mr. Wall was living up to his qualifications AUTO LUNCHESA Bought some time back when cotton was way downin

the same plight as Belgium. Th we suggested to Mr. Temple thata i as the representative of the value. On Saturday and Monday we will*hand our

cause of it all may be the end of it dictated article would always prove ;plain people. Mr. Wall steps before SPECIALTYCLUB advantage to you. It's marvellous value for 10 cts.a .

all; who knows? acceptable. "Heaven help you, young I I the movie camera, bows, smiles, then yard.
o man," he rejoined, "Winter Park delivers' his short address, bows again

Compulsory education would be a hasn't a typist of any kind-we haveto i and departs, having gained every vote SANDWICH 25c. Sat and Mon. any quantity 8c yd

good thing for about fifteen juvenile come to Orlando to dictate oar I In the large audience. A brief state

Orange county automobile drivers. business letters." Business sugges- ment of his ideas then follows, and

Boys from ten to fourteen years ol tion: Go to Winter Park, typist; go even the operator and pianist become We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed MEN'S FURNISHINGSNEW
age are propelling cars and young to Winter Park where there is no converted.

girls also take a turn at the wheel.It competition. I o and Delivered for All FIBRE SILK HOSEIn -

o o Read the Morning Sentinel Tor the Occasions all colors-splendid for wear-usually sold 3 pairs
is really surprising the amountof Advertise in the Morning Sentinel news. lOc. a week delivered. I for 1.00

free advertising Orlando gets. The
I y Our price $2.75 doz
Truth Seeker comes to the Sentinel

with a long article concerning the re
cent Sunday closing agitation
which is now a relic of bygone days. Just in; prices

o 50c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50
action of ,
The incessant artillery

the Franco-British guns on the west- FLOUR OUR NEW FELT HATS

ern front is making German trenches have just arrived-swell shapes-
untenable. At least there is some

activity by the allies, but not enough $3.00 to $5.00

to seriously affect the Kaiser's tactics

in the east. o Do you want to buy it at $7.30 per bbl. in 24'sor

the If bulletin you see,a they crowd are of people probably around not $7.45 in 12's You can do so by buying $5.00 of OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTIS

eagerly seeking to learn the fate of REPLETE WITH EVERYTHING YOU WANT- IN

empires trembling in the balance of Feed or Provisions, not including Sugar or lour. For, EATSDickson

war, but are simply waiting with

breathless from the league anxiety leaders.for the final scores ten days this is your CHANCE.


While New York is. still a long way ..
from prohibition and the "near beer"

saloon, a big step. toward aridity has lies Co.
just been taken. Owing to the in. -

crease of the state and federal taxes The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
the well beloved' ten cent pint growler

has died a sudden death. All pintsare
S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
now fifteen cents. How can the ,
poor, downtrodden hodcarrier exist? .DEPARTMENT STORE.

Moreover, 300 saloons go out of busi ... ...
\', ness October 1. Some day even New

York may vote itself grogleS3.o I

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NEW CONNECTICUT WOMEN'S rI: =irottta.io. ulttt- tltf J::( JiI

-, (Manin COLLEGE OPENS r U "Get It At Allen's" U
Snrietj New London, Conn.-The new Con-

necticut College for Women, largely .1

the gift of Morton F. Plant, openedits

IX ANSWERING Tenn., and expects to'spend several II doors here for the first year of its

THE QUESTION days in this section prospecting. He I career with a gathering of more than

"What is the most important officeof went to Taft yesterday afternoon, accompanied a hundred students. The young women -

the W. C. T. U.?" Mrs. Knox, of ,,. by Mr. A. E. Boyce, who represented all the New England I .

YN Micanopy, states that the superin- intends to try and locate him in Or- States and New York.

tendent of the mothers' department:',:ange county.

takes the lead. Why? Because :\i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ramey, prominent Mrs. E. Limerick and Mrs. F. J.Allen .

mothers are always interested in a'''I and popular residents of Tampa, have rented a room in the

common cause, and that cause, how I I'I spent yesterday in Orlando, the guests Arcade archway, and beginning next .T\ 1
Saturday morning will line of
is teh best way to train our children, of Mr. Mac Tallman, the clever man- California Co.'s toilet carry articles a e;;. m

for on that alone depends our coun- ager of the Grand theatre, who tracts, Sterizol; also home cookeo

try's future. In this department showed his friends the sights of the foods, cakes, pies, bread, etc.; and .
will appreciate the patronage of their I o
daughters pressed into service
are city. They were motoring from their former customers, friends and ac- CHARMING INDEED

the boys and children are all broughtin home in the metropolis of South Flor- quaintances. 1-9-24-21 t are the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
touch with mothers' work. ida to Jacksonville.Mrs. f They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
"The worldly man asks 'How much ; ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
E. Rose, wife of the state
can I make?' The Christian man I I taste in jewelryF? gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
chemist, who with her daughter, Miss Notice of stockholder meeting to vote upon of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
asks 'How much I ?' proposed increase of capital clock '
I can give I Muriel, qf Tallahassee, has been vis- tion of directors, declaration of ..ratifica'I'I the quality of the jewelry warrants.
-Q-- dead amendment of section 4 of
iting Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin at
The senior division of Mrs.V.. E. and annual stockholders meeting for elec ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
: their home, 301 East Robinson avenue lion of directors. ,
Stevenson's music class was enter- the StockhuKlvrs of the Orlando Development ,
left yesterday for DeLand where Company and to All Whom It Ma) I Ib .dJ
tained at dinner at her home on
llissIuriel will enter Stetson Uni- Concern: .
South DeLaney street yesterday. Take notice that on Monday the let day =0= _
versity for a business course.A. of November A. D 1915. at :2 clock p. m., I
Those members present were Davida at the office of the company. 1538 Tribune -
Middleman and A. J. Nye ,of building. Chicago. Illinois there will be a
Lockhart Celia Salomon Annie
Crux, meeting of the stockholders of said company
Orlando arrived in the
city yesterday
Althea and Margaret Tichnor, Ida to act upon a proposition to increase the capital TilE TIME TO PAINT
afternoon, leaving immediately for stock of said company from ten thousand i
Jernigan Inez Cram, Lillie Hoequist, $111.11011.04)1' dollars to three hundred fiftj
Estero, where they will spend several thousand ($350.nuOOIII dollars: also, to artpon is right now. Don't let things go
and Mrs. Keene. On account of ill- '
I hours transacting business as the (question of the ratification of the r until the house, barn, fence or floor
ness and other engagements three action of the board of directors in heretofore
fruit buyers. While in the city they declaring a stock dividend also, upon i ,' begins to look shabby. A little of our
were unable to be In the afternoon the of section of thylaws
present. question amending 4 -
of the Leon.-Fort ready to use paint will put your home
were guests My ; of the company and also for th<
) a few neighboring friends of Press. purpose of holding the annual meeting oltorkholders E 7 in fine trim and save you the cost of a
Mrs. Stevenson came in, and an in- '. for the election t>f directors t. \ '!"1 1e
1much bigger paint bill later on.
hold office until the 14th day of April A. D.
formal musical, given by the pupils. Mrs. E. A. Potts and son, Master 916. \ i .
was much enjoyed by them.Irs Joseph, who have been absent from DONALD WOODRUM Secretary.
Clarence T. Morse. Attorney
Stevenson was assisted in entertaining Orlando for the past three months, 1538 Tribune Building 1,1' qq i I

by, her daughte -inl:1wIrs.. during which they visited Lake Juna- Chicago Illinois.. 9-24-wk4l Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Coy

The Robert J. Stevenson.Mr. luska, N. C., Spartanburg, S. C., and
gasoline consumption -0.- I Atlanta Ga., are again at their home WS: 205 S. Orange Avenue

J. W. Jones, one of the "live: 114 East Jackson street, having returned FavoriteTODAY'S COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261CMMMMMMMMMM

is unusu- wires" of the Winter Garden section, to Orlando yesterday after

was among the visitors to Orlando . *
noon.Mr. PROGRAM .I..lr'.I..I.I t
ally low. yesterday. Mr. Jones left on the afternoon C. A. Cochran, who has been
Broncho. "The Conversion of
train over the Atlantic Coast spending the past two months in De- Frosty Blake." A drama, in two

Line for St. Louis, Mo., and Omaha, Soto county, making his headquartersat parts, featuring Wm. S. Hart. I The New Ice Company '
Neb., where he goes for the purpose Arcadia where he has been buying Komic. "Gasoline Gus. A thrilling -
and exciting comedy, featuringFay
of inducing -some of the farmers of fruit for the well known firm of Fincher.
the West to locate in Orange county. Crutchfield & Woolfolk, has returned Pathe. "New Exploits of Elaine."

to Orlando and will be connected with "The Telltale Heart,"*in two parts.Be .
sure and see this episode, as its .
SOCIETY NOTESOF the Eola Packing company. Mr. Coch-
very exciting. Just one more episode -
INTEREST. ran reports the orange crop in the ; of the "New Exploits of Elaine" Delivery DailyWait

H. A. Brokaw, accompanied by his southern part of the state as eing after today, then the "Romance of

I son, Kenneth, his daughter, Miss Mar- well advanced and the yield better Elaine" will begin.

garet, and the latters friend, Miss than at first thought, as the fruit Admission Five reels in 10c.all., children 5c. for our wagon. We think

Ruth Otis, who have been visitingMr. takes on size, showing up to better vou will like our ice.

Brokaw's brother, W. H.Brokaw, advantage on the trees. The grape-

at the latter's residence in this city, fruit yield, though, will be decidedlyoff.

The tire expenseis for some days, left by auto for their .

reasonable because homes in Daytona yesterday after The New Ice Companytlllllllllllllllllllll..II..IIII'.I.IIIIIIII.IIIII&


the size of the ADDITIONAL LOCALS WANTED second hand Ford touring .
car. Address Box 28
Mrs. Anna L. Ford, who has been Fla.

tires is right for absent all summer visiting points of 3-24-3t

interest in the States has
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of her pretty home, 213 South Main keeping; all modern conveniences. TODAY
weight car. street. 312 E. South street. Phone. 403.
Mrs. Armor Rice has returned froma

ten days visit to Mrs. Herbert NOTICE A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Wichtendahl in Orlando. Mrs. Wich- "TOILERS OF THE SEA"A
I am having many applications for
tendahl was formerly Miss Ada Wat- houses, furnished and unfurnished.
son of this city.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. i If you have any to rent I should be Three part feature, an American -
glad to list them. Call' Mrs
... T. E. F. Hoskins very on
was among II. B. Leake, 312 Broadway, 45 East drama.
the Orlando people who enjoyed the Pine, or phone 179. 1-9-24-61*

day out of the city yesterday. He

was called to Tampa yesterday morn- IN CIRCUIT COURT. ORANGE COUNT
ing to look after business matters

there. P. Bradley. Martinvs. S. Fleet review; Babies' Day; CURTIS & O'NEAL

.I Mrs. L. D. Burdick and child left vs. Divorce.To .
Irene E. Martin: the world before you.
yesterday for Longwood to visit her It appears from the affidavit of John 1(
Cheney herein duly filed in which he swear : Insurance Loans Real Estate i
35 H. P. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wood- that he in the attorney for the complainant, ;
berry. The Burdicks have been ab- I'. Bradley Martin: and he further swear
that the defendant. Irene E. Martin. is a I
sent all summer in York state, and njC'.Vsident of the state of Florida and i if.. g Rentals
a resident of the state of New Jersey, an, The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
to their home
only 713 that her residence and postoffice address i.
Grand avenue, Thursday evening.Mr. Blairstown. New Jersey: that there is no person The One-Price Theater
in the state of Florida upon whom the
and Mrs. Joseph Mizell and service of subpoena would bind said ddend-
dot; that the defendant is over twenty-on
Motora daughter, Miss Ora, who have been rears of age. You are therefore ordered te
appear to the bill of complaint herein file ,
several in
spending days Conway
>n or before Monday, November 1st. A. 1 D
with relatives and friends, left yester 1915. the same being a rule day of said court
It is further ordered that this order be published 10 cents. 5 cents
day afternoon for their home in Tam- in the South Florida Sentinel a new .v
paper published in Orlando in said county
pa. They spent the summer in the
and state for four consecutive weeks. ESTABLISHED 1886Hand's
mountain regions of North Carolina.Mr. Witness my hand and official seal thisSeptember
22nd. A. D. IflS.
Leland Coursey arrived in Or- (Seal) B. M ROBINSON. Clerk.
John Is!. Cheney. "The Pawn of Fortune, in five
lando yesterday from Manchester, Attorney for Complainant. 9-24-w !

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Who makes her photodrama debut in a picturiza- Made In Orlando

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Miss Ward in the part that has won her international

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What do your !I Pine Castle, Fla., Sept. 22.-The W. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
C. T. U. picnic on Thursday, the 16th GARDEN SEED I'!

hope for in a inst., was a decided success, despitethe
inclement weather of the day. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

varnish ? Many attended from Conway and I

Taft and of course Pine Castle turned
out in full force. We were also hon New Crop Onion Sets Just Values Low Prices

ored by guests from Orlando and 3
HEAWON other localities. A sumptuous spreadwas Arrrved COMPARE

Then singing and sev- QUality''
enjoyed. Come in to see us. We are famous for our High
eral speeches. Senator F. M. Hudson, OUR FURNITUREWe
Seeds and Low Price ,
of Miami, candidate for governor; ,

TRO Mrs. Belle Avery, president of the .
V I provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
Taft W. C. T. U.; Rev. Henry Slater,
cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
of Drennen, and Miss Ruby Wells, of
City Drug Store I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Conway, spoke during the afternoon,
I can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
and they were all greatly enjoyed.
i stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
| Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Sunday returned J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA. iI

; home Friday, the 10th inst., I iI
When you buy varnish for your .
from a two months visit in the northern
floors you hope that it will improvethe I
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appearance of those floors and [ part of the state. This item of
that it will be durable. news was unintentionally omitted large congregation. Kain, and Isabelle Harris were Sun-

Unfortunately much that is sold for !from last week's report of Pine Cas- Jlr. James Neal, from near Lake day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

floor varnish won't realize that hope 1 the events. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday made Gatlin, has moved into town with his Kuester.Mr. .

for you.LaW9Ol1'S. I the trip in their auto and made visitsat family and occupies the Tracey cottage and Mrs. A. L. Wright and R. I

Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas Chattahoochee, Mount Pleasant, near the novelty works. He is Safford and wife were guests of - n_
a wondnful.dfi"P.lustrous finish. It is
easily applied because it works easily. It and Quincy; and at Colquit and Bain- engaged in hauling logs for the mill. friends in Kissimmee Friday night.

is scratch unequalled white.for It durability dries absolutely and will dust-not bridge, Ga. They came back loaded Harvey Raes, who has been em. Mr.: and Mrs. A. Stevenson and Engraved Stationery and
free in from five to seven hours and gets ployed at Lockhart, is home for vacation -
hard in twenty-four hours. down with the products of late sum daughter and W. D. Burkam and children -

As for economy. Lustro has a covering mer and early fall of that productive and to greet former friends from Kissimmee, were guests of InvitationsDon't
capacity that is wonderful. section of the country. They are welcomed and neighbors.W. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Safford Sunday.

Try Varnish out at a our case risk of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsntiafacrory. Floor. home on every hand and are G. Sphaler & Son have disposedof The temperance exercises at the
glad to be at home, though they hada their store and goods to N. L. chapel last Sunday under the direc- ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

Made by Valentine & Co. wonderfully good time on their Bryan, of Lakeland' taking in part tion of Mrs. Belle Avery and the W. because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent

Manufacturers of"ALSPAR visit. Ever since Mr. and Mrs. Sun- payment an orange grove and land C. T. U. were very interesting. The and deliver the goods in Orlando.

day have been at home they have been near Lakeland. Mr. Sphaler will splendid singing by the choir, and QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. '
v and besieged with visitors. Mr. and Mrs. move to his new possessions at Lake- recitations by the children deserve

VAL-ENAMEL Jas. Griffin and family, of Kissimmee land.F.. special mention. Other features were PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

tAll visited them on Saturday; Miss II. Harriman, wife and daughter, also very good and pleasing. \Y. S. BRANCH
) Gladys and Messrs. Elmo and Walter from Maynard, Mass., called on his Next Saturday morning your scribe ,

to be had at Griffin on Friday; Miss Helen Griffin, uncle, R. K. Harriman, Sunday night. expects, with others, to take the train THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
of Orlando, on Friday and Saturday, Mr. Harriman autoed from Maynard for the national encampment of the
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin, of Or- to New York where he shipped his G. A. R. at Washington, D. C. If

STORE lando on Thursday.Mrs. car and took passage on the Clyde we give you any Taft items next weekwe

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.FORSALE. -C. H. Matchett is erecting a Line to Jacksonville, when he rel will be obliged to send them from SKATING RINKLADIES'

.. dwelling on her newly purchased lot. sumed traveling in his car and was the National Capital.

Mr. Paul Macy has charge of the on his way to St. Petersburg wherehe Herbert Tice is having the Smith
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work. will spend the winter. He left house, on Third street, repaired and
Mrs. Martha Mills is at home aftera here for St. Petersburg Monday additions built, preparing for renting -
short visit with her son, Mr. J. B. morning. Mr.; R. K. Harriman was in fact, it is rented already for
Mills and family, of Orlando. much surprised to see them. the coming winter. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT '

Mr. C. L. Hayes was a business INSTRUCTORS.
Mrs. J. G. Lee, with her children,
5 acres, quarter mib from city, half caller in Orlando Monday.Mr. Read the Morning Sentinel :or the I 1
in bearing budded orange and Henrietta, Elizabeth, and little Mc- and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, N. Mc- news. lOc. a week delivered. Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Cullough, returned home Friday from I

grarcf.-wii, $1,500. Ga., where they have been ------ -- --- -- -
Dupont -- Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young visiting kinfolks.Mr. .
bearing small! house. 2000. i
and Mrs. J. B. Smith have as
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good
their guest their nephew, Mr. J. Z.
citrus land, 2 acres fine truckingland. Ward, of Lakeland.Mr. ADMISsIn11in: CENTS

and Mrs. F. W. Anderson and w
acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small _
"hildren Edith and Marie, Sundayedwith
grove; 4-room house; good barn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stubbins, of T9--
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 Lake Holden.Mr. Rollins College Winter ParkOldest
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small
C. F. Crittenden left Monday
house, garage and outbuildings.The morning for his former home in Idaho College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy: ,

land corners on large spring where he still has large property Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Ar.s, Bus
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. iness. Teachers' Course. i
holdings. En route he will make stopsat
40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, New Orleans, La.; El Paso Texas: Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
$1,000. San Francisco, Cal., where he will nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
Message music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
City and Country take in the exposition; Spokane To the Business Ay '**"-****! r No. S rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
Wash., and then on to Cooskia a.nd and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
Kamiah, Idaho. He expects to be Men of OrlandoThe soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
Property At War boating swimming, golf, tennis, football basketball; Christian but unde-
three months and while
gone going prosperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride. nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Time PricesCALL strictly on business he will visit kin- Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
folks and take in the sights of the town is a good place to live and do business in.

country through which his way takes Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of

OR PHONE him. lie has large farms at both prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new, inviting

Cooskia and Kamiah, Idaho, and has look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes '
E. C.
not been on them for the past six feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the The :lvdarket

10, McNeill & Davis Block. years. direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the

Phone 569. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Matchett's second paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY ,

anniversary of their marriagewas OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

duly celebrated Monday evening, Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadmixed FRESH AND SALT MEATS
MisdirectedEconomy September 20. A "surprise party" of
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
thirty friends headed by Mr. and T
Mrs. Wm. Wigman, descended upon Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
them at their home on Lake Conway with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and always has been. and pure.
Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your
i and festivities soon opened on a large dealer today. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

!scale. Music, games, and refreshments NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY tIP everything in the Meat Line.
Trying to save a few cents by I were all enjoyed until a late .

having your work handled by inferior I:hour. Some people go to bed awfully ---- Ji. 3VE. Self & Co.

hands. 1 early and especially on annh"ersarynights
Your personal influence is and you have to raise such a FORAGE GROCERY CO. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

greatly enhanced when you are i din to let them know you have come
clad in immaculate linen. and brought some others with you to WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

mark the occasion in their memory t

:i for the future. We have got pretty

OrlandoSteam well started for this season with sur-
All This WeekBest
prise parties it seems, and if you ever Specials "
LaundryFRENCH :had a birthday or ever got married ORLANDO 'ROOFINGANL

1 you had better keep the date strictly

DRY CLEANERS i to yourself. granulated sugar, 16 Ibs...$1.00 3 cans corn, good grade .. . 23c.

LAUNDERERS I I' Rev. King D. Jones will preach Best lemons, per doz. ..... .... 15c. 3 cans early June peas . . 25c. SHEET METAL CO
Sunday, September 26th, in the Union
'I'I 3 cans baby size cream, Gold or
PHONE Georgia butter, fresh shipment,
I chapel. This usually calls out a large ..Globe .... .. .. .. .. .... .. lOa
I i i congregation, and it is expected this per lb. . .. .. ......... 30c.
3 Ibs. onions cabbage, northern Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
will be especially the case this Sun Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold ,
turnips . .. .. .. .. lOc. ,
Fire Insurance I day, as Rev. Jones has just a few Seal and other butter ...... 35c. Irish potatoes, per peck . . 25c. and Rubber RoofingsCornices

more times to preach here before the Sliced bacon, lb. box ...... .... 32c. per bushel . .. . . .. 90c.

II end of his pastorate year. Snowdrift, large pail .......... 95c. Fresh snap beans, lb. ... .. .. lOc. Skylights Healing Ventilating Mrtal Ceilings
Mr. .
and Mrs. L. Schweigel had as Crisco, large pail ...... ... 83c. Sweet potatoes, very nice: peck. 40c. I
Agents I their
[ guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pillsbury's best flour, 24 lb. Prunes and fancy peaches, Ib.. .. lie.

Christ Building' I!Coleman and Mr. Cooper, of Orlando. sack .. . .. . ... .$1.00 Rumford Calumet or Royal bak- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

j One of the first duties of the city Best pastry flour, 24 lb. sack, ing powder per can . 22c.

council, if Pine Castle is ever incorporated plain or S. R. . ......... 95c.; 7 cans sardines . ." . 23c.;

For Sale At i, should be to divulge the Macaroni and spaghetti, 3 pkgs. 25c. Tall salmon, per can . . 9e:.
j names of the streets. Every street 4 lbs. best head rice ... 25c.; PRICES ON FEED

I I was named when this place was first Pure ground coffee, per Ib. ... loc. Cotton seed meal .. .$1.25 and $1.30

Your Price10Room platted; but very few people know White House coffee, per lb.. .. 33c. Shorts . ... .... ... . .. .$1.80
what street they live on and when 1\laxwellllouse coffee, per lb. .. 30c. Sweet feed .. ... ." . . .$1.73 The Orlando Meat Market

you go to tell where any one lives or 8 bars Lenox soap . .. . 25c. Oats . .... ... .. .$190 and $2.00 I I

i I! why where its a new either building is being put up, 13 bars Octagon soap .. . oOc. Beet pulp .. ... .... .. . ._ .$1.80 I T. A. YANCY, Jr., Manager
next to some one else 7 pkgs. Pearline or Naptha . 23c.; Best wheat .. ... .. .. . .$2.40
'or in the
House, Lot 180x200, wilderness. 2 bottles extract . ... ... .. loc. Best chick feed .. .. . . .$2.10 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
2 No. 2 lamp chimneys .... ... 15c. Magic feed for hens .. _. . 20c.
faces on three streets, 2 blocks I j ITEMS FROM TAFT 2 bottles household ammonia. .. 13c.; Salt, per 100 Ib. sack . . 63c. I Florida and Western Meats

from center of City east side. Taft Fla. 2 pkgs. corn starch ... .. ... 15c. All these prices good for all next
Sept. 22.-Rev. Dr. R.
Carnine A. Best Xo. 2 can Tomatoes . .7c: week. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. i I superintendent of .4 for . . .. . .. .. .. 25c. Call 633 and save money.
i I the M. E. church, will preach in the Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
.chapel September 30, at 7:30 p. m.;
subject, "The Devil and His Angels'as Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
the Greek New Testament Por Forage Grocery CompanyTELEPHONE PHOJUS { Residence 133 r Cor. Orange Ave.and Church St.

CARL DANN trays." Everybody invited, includingthe

aforesaid angels. We look for a 638



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I Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet : Phone G17

t. Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORLANDC Ad Medium in Orlando. I Phone 161 .

worth Building.
Terms Cash in Advance. ,

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime
For Three Days ____________SOc
For Six Days _______________75c
I For One Month ____________$2.50 I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
This rate applies on all ads of I
Phone 172 Phone 72
25 words or less. If the ad con-

tains more than 25 words the rate Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
will be word for
v. ; each additional word, for each in- 1 Davis & McNeil! Block
sertion.If .
yxm can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
_ counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

( Every Home-Every Business! R. RAY WHITE !,
Every Man hag use for a i Phone 161
f-11 Sentinel Want Ad. ATTORNEY-AT LAW
No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
!I ::::- ;. Room 44

FOR SAI.E Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOP. SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
A condition. Write Cox 567.
.; 9-23-tfc and CONTRACTOR

I Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeeping. I
Splendid location; large lot.
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
r1z :very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 208 Boone Street .
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
'- :'1 6-9-tf Bldg Phone 597.

'. j Ii FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- L. Percival Hutton
lr cle, furnished or unfurnished, by
the season, month or :year, with gar- SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply -
to J. Watkins. 9-21-1moc and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor

FOR RENT Several houses, fur- PROMPT: AND ACCURATE ,McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable nished and unfurnished. Well lo-
trouble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- cated. Call Mrs. H. B. Leake at 312 WORK Florida.
Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas 179. 9-22-Gt HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and huffy muffins fresh from the Gas Range!
FOR RENT-Splendid office in the Engineer
She has learned_ to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe agent.Watkins block. See Jas. L.9-15-tfc Giles,

knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
FOR RENT Feller residence, furnished 9"
the.Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath.
Lucerne Circle for season.
Gas leads :Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeping. Is your house- Apply to; Jas. L. Giles, agent.; Phone 72

work a drudgery or a pleasure? 9-15-tfc

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Gas Department FOR RENT-Nicely furnished roomsat Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
306 East Church street; cheap
... rate to permanent parties; no children OPTOMETRIST
taken. 9-17-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

FOR RENT-By the season, month, Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAl.
Ultllll I1111111111111111111I' or year, one upstairs flat for light ORLANDO FLA. .
housekeeping; also other rooms, and REPAmmO
garage, electric lights and bath in -
house. Apply 300 East Conc< rd ave.


WANTED-Salesman and collectorfor
Orange county. Call at 43 East Caruthers Flowers -
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-6tc

WANTED-To trade for car, a new Leave your orders here
modern 6 room house, in good loca- DEPOT
tion. Quick as this is a bargain.
C. E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway,
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Fla. 9-21-6t Violet Dell Florist.J.
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed -
an outside service depart- BUTTER MILKI I M. CARUTHERSPhone
prices :: :: :: :: ment and is prepared to give you
prompt attention. We have a compe- Fresh Every Day. 509. 408 South Lake St.
tent man who will fit keys, repair
your trunk, or do anything in the repair 5c. per glass
line. He is ready to go at you 25c. per gallon

The rainy season is the best time to set 9-12-1moc call now. Just phone 304. CREAM AND MILK 1: CLINT BASS

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep New crop onion sets just arrived, BUTTER I I PHONE 375

one year's growth in advance of trees set Full Bermuda line, Danvers garden, and field Silver and flower Skin. Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street

seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man,
next fall. SANDWICHES Successor to
prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-1moc

LAWN MOWERS sharpened and Hand Wood CompanyWood
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and

| Send today for Catalog, Description List, and.lowest Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc ARCADE MilK DEPOT of All Kinds

prices, to the above address mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- PROMPT SERVICE
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants' REASONABLE PRICE

M I M H H M IM II11 i t i 11 M >111111111111111111111 H++<..111.111111111111111111111 land Cavendish banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each. I CEO{ BANSCHBAGH
Fred M. Preston. Pine Castle. Florida.
1 1I I 9-15-d&w-tfc Cabinet MakerDoors Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired Screens, Porch Swings,
Repairing anything in the 'line is
FOR SALE our line. Just phone 304, Young's Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
Repair Shop, and our man will cal Folding Card Tables, Cedar
at once. 9121mocThe Flower Boxes Pedes-
Chests, ,
All kinds of leather repairing, suchas
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Ladies' Aid of the Methodist tals, etc. Also Repair Work. Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS

Will offer for sale for a few days Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket church are preparing a box to be sent All Work Guaranteed i
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also to the orphanage at Enterprise. Do-
nations of clothing, materials, or
the property corner Orange Avenue, get your scissors sharpened. money will be gladly accepted, not 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
later than September 28th. Send do-
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as :25; West Church Street, in Hopkins nations 1-9-22-Gt Methodist* parsonage. --- -- NOTICEWe --

the skating rink property, for $26,000. Shoe Shop. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tf are offering some rare bargainsin
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year W. A. Boston BUYERS AND SELLERSI counts.groceries. Buy where your dollar ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

9-16-12t Medium Snowdrift _____________40c.
and interest at six per cent. I Crisco _______________________40c.
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Good flour, 12 lbs for45c.Mixed .
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., spices _____________half price Phone 204
over 30 years. Have handled over:
I 20000000. Call and see me. 9-17-6t MODEL GROCERY.
FORD TIRES[ 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. !

NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par-
C.A.HOVEYTry SLAUGHTER SALE son Browns, and tangerines; rough A. B. Cook & Co.
lemon sour and grapefruit stock from
Buy your wall paper cheap for the Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale
Front $6.75Rear next few days. Making room for our cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, Christ Building, Orlando.
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer Fla. Route 2. 9-23-1moc
Store. Court stree; Phone 67.

$8.25 9-5-tfc. The hired girl has went-she was INVESTMENTS, LOANS

Umbrellas covered and repaired hired, she was tired, she was fired;
a Sentinel Want Ad GOODJN: JACKSON AND "while you wait." ai Young's Repair but smile-you can get another by STOCKS AND

ti ORANGE AVENUE Shop, 21 E. Pine St. using our want ad. column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESs


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and Mrs. J. W. Pace and Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Frint went to Tampa
yesterday morning to enjoy the sightsin
'. theNmetropolis of South Florida.

Travel in Panama Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5e. ,
'1818tfMr. H
and everywhere on American territory, is 6impffi by "A.B.A." FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are .
A. D. Arnold, the popular clerkat
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare the San Juan hotel, was among the
tlf-Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Orlando folks visiting Tampa yester
business or pleasure. day. $10 A WEEK.YOU

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER"
e Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thornton returned -
home last night from Coronado .
where they have been for the past
ten: days. HH

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

and :Mrs. W. M. Davis and son,
r i- Master Billie, returned home last H YOU SAVE
i t dW r rui evening from :McLeansboro, IlL,
where they have been spending the .
summer with relatives and friends. ,

H $10 A YEAR
ii t Mrs. J. McCamy and son, :Master -
; Edwin, have returned to their .
home in this city after a delightfulvisit
to relatives and friends in Jacksonville
and other parts of the state.

1821tfMr.Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. IF' YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS(

and Mrs. Frederick Gunter, of
Birmingham, who have been spending .
several days in Orlando, guests of
the San Juan hotel, left yesterday afternoon -

s for Jacksonville. .

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
The National Bank
you. 812tfMr. Peoples
and Mrs. 1. Mink, of Clear-
water, were among the arrivals in
Orlando yesterday. They have recently -
: Spring WaterIS bought property in west Or-
ange, near Oakland, and will make .
their home there.

Having bought out the fish and
oyster business of X. P. Hatcher at
416 Parramore street, better knownas .III'II"IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIDIIII >U 111111 Ml 1111 IIIIIIII1IIIt IIII [ II'1111111111
South End I will endeavor to
TRY Better TRY handle salt and fresh water fish of ,
nil kinds. A portion of your trade is
IT BEST IT respectfully solicited.1924ltc .

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler and SPECIAL
brother, Mr. Steir, and their two
young lady visitors from Pittsburgh .
left yesterday in their new Stude-

11 III where baker they"four"will for luxuriate Daytona for a Beach while. 1 Touring Car complete, good running |

Mrs. C. II. Maguire and son, of condition. $175.
Louisville, Ky., who have been visit.
-. i irg Mrs. D. 0. Maguire, at Ocoee, left

Coast ye-.tc'-diy Line moraine for their over home the in the Atlantic Dba j i Mode! "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine jj

Grass State.
; running condition. $150.
IIomuch did yon save last m'\nth
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
-'. W. Estes wife and children of
LOAD OF Orlando, stopped over night in the
city. They are making an automo- San Juan Garage Company |
bile tour to :Miami. Mr. Estes is a # ;
Touring Cars progressive druggist and is presidentof
its board of trade and one of Or- { Orlando Daytona
lando's big boosters. They are delighted

$482.00 Delivered with our city.-Tropical Sun, { DISTRIBUTORS
West Palm Beach.

How much did you save last month
F. G. RUSH in cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf 3
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Miss Mattie Kirkwood and Miss

Naomi Walker, daughters of Mr. J. B. ** -M-f. 11111111111111111...
Walker, returned to Orlando last

relatives evening after and friends an extended in Bluefields visit, W.to i Who Will Be Your Executor? I II

Va., Lynchburg Va., Spartanburg, S.
C., and Cedartown. Ga., and Jackson- t

ville. I ANSWER NO. 2 r-.a.,_. .., ., ..tA+.4 ,r -
Your estate be materially impaired as a .
--- may rs
Fresh bread coffee cakes, pies anda
direct result of the appointment of an executoror
trial. We aim to please. Phone or- trustee.
ders promptly attended to. Phone
IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress No. 52.: Carl Jansen's Bakery (suc- When an individual is appointedThe :-
correctly. cessor to Chas. Hock). l-9-22-5tc financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into :Mr. R. Ray White leaves this morning is usually provided in wills that the person i't'f:2
society. via the S. A. L for a week-end nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will visit with his parents at Starke. from giving bonds. ,
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. While in that part of the state Mr. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- t Y
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe White expects to visit the "Unher-.
of the estate, and then only partial secu-
artistic temperament, and at will attract to you a corterie of pense ::
gentility. city City" and witness some of the
rity against loss is provided.
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each events of the first week of school at When a Trust Company is selected-
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No his alma mater.
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility "
exactly alike.If Get your next shave at the Stand- is secured.A at.4
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If ard. 18-21-tf
which has behind it the entire financial
you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you bond :
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost" the Evans We take pleasure in calling the at- strength of the Institution is always filed with tR.
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy an'Way"come tention of the the Probate Court 9* nn rot to the estate.
in and be sociable. general public to the
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. advertisement of Mr. Clint Bass to Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and be found in another column. He dealsin this newspaper.
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell all kinds of wood and it is the wise
Work, anything artistic. person who lays in his supply of win- .
done for Come in any time and freely ask for further ,
Original designing special platinum work. ter fuel now. Read his ad. and let
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible him stock you up with good wood. information on this vitally important subject.
prices. You are always welcome, and our officers are always
glad to advise.
Deposit your Savings Checks and
I let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

I you. 8-12-tl The Orlando Bank & Trust Company:

T.H.EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBuckiiiasler

& RrlIIdagl( Orlando Florida

| Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus.and Profits $141,000.00IIIIMimiliMMMiMMtMMIIMlllHliMillliHn
*t Kirksville Mo.
_.11,111111.11.11,11111111111111111.11111.111111 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
t National Bank. Phone 518. '