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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER: 25: 1915. NUMBER 191.
GREEK KING ORDERS MOBILIZATION AS
A STERN REPLY TO BULGARIA'S MOVEKING
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20 TO SIGNS CLASSES THE DECREE COLORSKing's CALLED AND j tj I BRITAIN YIELDS TO U. S. DEMANDS; BROWNSYlll\ [ I TERRORIZED[ [ ; AN ATTACK BY
1 IS WilD WITH PATRIOTISM of I IGRECE WILL ALLOW G GOODS D S TO BE SHIPPED FEROCIOUS[ CARRANIIST I FEARED[ [ SOON .
Action Brings Sweep
Washington, Sept. 24.-Cablegrams received by the state department -I
:Enthusiasm: ; Follows Closeon from Ambassador Page at London during the last twen- -
Audience WithVenizelos I ty-four hours disclose that Great Britain has yielded to the demands IN A SPECTACULAR RACE ONE U. S. CAVALRYMANDEAD
of the United States that American owned goods held in SIX WOUNDED,
neutral ports by the British order in council should be allowed to
come through at once. OF 78 MILES LINER IS SUNK ELEVEN :MISSING
Athens, via London, Sept. 24.-A This is regarded as the most important concession made by
decree of general mobilization of Great Britain to the United States as regards commerce since the MATAMORAS GARRISON SENDS AID
of Greek soldiers London The Harrison have been landed
twenty classes was beginning of the war. Sept. crew at Queenstown I
signed last night by King Constan- I Officials here are of the opinion that Great Britain evidently liner Chancellor, a British ship of I and 11 others at Kinsale. The vessel
tine and promulgated.The does not care to remain longer in the attitude of obstructing this 4,586 tons, has been sunk by a German tried to make her escape after being 300 Soldiers Pour a Hail of Bul-
decision of the king has .aroused I class of commerce and at the same time to ask any favor of the submarine. She was sent to the hailed by the submarine, according to
enthusiasm. bottom after chase of received and chasedby on Troops
the greatest citizens of the United States. a spectacular news here was
Issuance of the mobilization decree According to information direct to the state department from 78 miles towards Liverpool. A part the submarine. Fighting Mexican
came quickly after the king had the British foreign office, Great Britain has empowered the of the crew is reported missing After a 78 mile race the captainsaw Bandits
granted an audience to Premier Veni- British embassy Washington to receive all applications with among them G. W. King, of New Or- that escape was impossible and
zelos. The premier informed the king the proper affidavits and other proofs, and that the action taken leans, an American ,who was assist- stopped the ship. He and the crew aaaa assa asaasaa
that mobilization was the only possi- by the embassy will be final. ant Marconi operator.No were given ten minuts to take to the I FUNSTOVS_ CONFIRMATION aa
ble reply to Bulgaria's move. To this The state department is now expecting the British embassy, passengers were aboard, and life boats. The ship was then sent to I a
the sovereign agreed, stipulating thatit I under these instructions to furnish the foreign trade advisersof the captain and 32 members of the the bottom. I Washington; Sept. .-In a.*
should be regarded as a defensive the state department with an agreement in written form. In I dispatch to the war department'
measure. I this shape it will have all the effect of a compact between the EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY HIS DEATH FROM WOUND REVEALS I I. this afternoon General Funston *
The minister of war. General Dan- i I United States and Great Britain and will not be merely a plan of WAR ROMANCE confirmed the press dispatches ';
glis subsequently took the decree to [I adjustment with the importers, to which the United States government Rome, via Paris, Sept. 24.-The reporting an attack by Mexicans
the palace and the king signed it. is not a party.ARCIIIBALD earth shock felt here was more than London.-A romance of the war a upon United States troops near
The twenty classes now called to the I -- --- -- -- pronounced in other districts of Italy.So has been revealed by the death in Progresso ferry. '
colors in addition to four classes i hospital of a soldier .of the French
are TO GO FREE; NO FRENCH SOLDIERS' PAY RAISED; far as has been reported, no great a He adds that the officers who
under foreign legation.In .
already arms.Bulgarians I LAW UNDER WHICH TO NOW WILL GET 5 CENTSA damage was done. reported the attack described the '
I 1912 a French named
PROSECUTE DAY At Avezzano the people rushed notary men. as Carranzista soldiers. *
Chantalou condemned his absence -
Mobilize .-The army committee of the from the huts in which they had been The department will probably
Paris, Sept. 21.A message from Washington, Sept. 24.-James F. J.I chamber of deputies has decided to living since the great disaster of last to penal servitude for life for ask Funston to verify this portion
Sofia to the Havas News Agency Archibald the American who actedas recommend that the pay of French January. The damage was negligible. embezzling $100,000. By some means : a of the message as it may
makes the definite announcement that soldiers be increased I his friends managed. to hide him in have an important bearing
messenger for Dr. Constantin T. from 1 cent to Paris. I. upon
mobilization of Bulgarian military Dumba the Austro-IIungarian am- 5 cents a day as from July 1, 1915. In .the city of Aquila, fifty-eight : the conference which is to be held '
forces, reported to have been post- bassador here probably will not be The change would mean an increased miles northeast of Rome,and throughout On the war breaking out 'the defaulting October 9, when according to.
poned, has been decided upon. It says prosecuted by the department of jus- i expenditure of about $23,000000 ; ,- the province of that name, the notary under a false name s present intentions, the Carranza '
joined the legion and
the official journal, the organ of the tice. I a year.LOAM shock caused considerable alarm. subsequentlywent a government will be recognized as '
Bulgarian government, published today Examination of the papers relating I to the front. There he distin- the de facto government of .
a decree ordering mobilization of guished himself on more than one occasion ico.
the classes of 1890 to 1912. I. to Archibald's activities has not been and was mentioned in the or- a a a a a s s a s a s a a a a a a a
the but TO $ H. S. CONFERENCE TODAYFaculty
completed by department, $500,000,000 I ders of the day.
officials there is statute
some say no
Warships Seek Shelter In a hot encounter with the Ger-
Real Mexican Battle
covering the case. As a result of the
Athens, via Paris Sept. 24.-Diplomatic incident, however, it was said that Franco-British CommissionersAsk and Officials :Meet To- mans a few days ago he was grievously Brownsville, Tex., Sept. 24One
wounded, and has since died in
circles have been informed that
congress would be urged to enact a for 1 arger Amount but day to Discuss Year's Work; hospital. American cavalryman is dead six are
Bulgarian warships which were stationed seriously wounded and eleven'
law to cover such cases. are
U. S. P .n-mciers Refuse Music Course of
at Varna on the. Black sea. ; I missing as a result of a battle today
have sought shelter in a neighboring I IMPROVING AFTER OPERATIONThe Gem -is Successful InterestThis WILL CONDUCT FRUIT MAIL at Progresso forty miles' from here,
bay. Large numbers of men are ORDER BUSINESS HEREJ. with more than one hundred Mex
working at feverish speed to fortify New York, Sept. 24.-Both partiesof morning at 10 o'clock the fac- icans.
Bulgarian Black sea ports. The valuables many friends of Mrs. R. D. the proposed big credit loan to ulty and officials connected with the Walker Ward, recently connected Seventeen Mexicans are known to
of the branches of the national Keene will be glad to know that she Great Britain and France were reported Orlando high and grammar schools with the Perran-Thompson company, have been killed and eighteen were
bank at Burgas and Varna have been is steadily improving after an opera- to be negotiating today on the will meet at the high school buildingto of Winter Haven is in this city to captured One.of the prisoners con-
removed to Sofia. tion which she recently underwentfor basis of $500,00,000 as the maximum map out the year's work and as- take over the management of the fessed that the raiders were Carran-
appendicitis at a local hospital amount. the teachers to their several
sign Jacocks grove of 44 acres near Orlando zista soldiers from the
and has been taken to her home garrison at
The belief has been expressed in on The Anglo-French commission it classes. for the Orlando Development com- :Matamoras led by their own officers.
Bulgaria that if that country arrays South Lake sy-eet was raid, wa ; still inclined to insist Among the departments concerning pany. The company proposes to con- After an all day battle the American -
itself on the side of the Teutonic al- that the lean should be larger. which the greatest interest is felt by duct and develop a mail order busi- troops almost had the remaining
lies Russia would attempt an invasion KILLED RESISTING OFFICERSt. Amercan; firanciers were reported to the general public is that of music, ness, selling pecans oranges and. raiders surrounded when a special ,
through the port of Varna, thirty have .nformed the commission point- which will be installed this year for grapefruit.The train from Matamoras pulled up
Petersburg Fla., Sept. 24.- edly that th the first time in the schools of Or-
hours' sail from Odessa, although it s sum would not be ex- Perran-Thompson company, across the Rio Grande from Progresso -
Following a rough and tumble fightin ceeded. lando.
is strongly fortified. Mr. Ward was lately con- and more than 300 Mexican
which his arm was broken, Patrol- Miss Blanche Baker, instructor in nected as manager, operates a hundred troops sent a hail of bullets across
man Lawson shot and killed Joe Wil- New German Loan a SuccessB this department, arrived yesterdayand
Parliament to Meet Saturday acre grove at Winter Haven, the river the raiders retreatingacross
liams, a negro, who was wanted on rlin.i:. London, Sept. .-All is stopping at the Tremont. She and Mr. Ward's experience there will
Paris, Sept. 24.-An official decree the stream under the protec-
charges and who resist- accounts gree that the new German has had in
larceny was thorough training her
a stand him in good stead in success-
for the mobilization of the Greek tion of the fire of their comrades.
ing arrest. loan i? a emphatic success. Dres- studied both
having Syracuse fully developing his .
army was issued in Athens today, News of the Carranzistas' action ingoing
den an J \icir ty subscribed 255,000000 ,- and Northwestern universities,
says the Athens correspondent of tht to the aid of the bandits
rra lv ($ ,:'.1:>'0,000), as compared and the National Summer school located
Havas News Agency. Parliament reached here tonight. officials
WORK DELAYER A MONTH with ?,0'-0,00 narks for the March at Chicago.A R
probably will be summoned tomor- loan. C;.- "el 'bscribed 100,000,000 so far have been unable to ob-
row. tain complete confirmation owing to
marks i compared with 77,000,000in I
PLUM PUDDING FAMINE IS the fact that the raiders cut all telephone '
Intake Accident at Lake Ma l' .he Dusseldorf .
Spain Getting Busy High- branch of THREATENED BY. WAR Orlando Man Will Represent and telegraph wires before
land Yesterday Causes a : 468,000,000 as against State in National Shoot their attack Progresso.
)Madrid Sept. 24.-Premier Dato 280,000,000 the Dortmund ; on *
stated today that all conscripts in excess Delay of Month in with four adjacent; branch Washington, D. C.raisin fam- Announcement Yesterday Officers in command of this district .
offices, 77,000,000, t
of the 1912 class will be called to ConstructionWhile as against 32,000,000 the Berlin ine, just before Thanksgiving plum of Results expect most serious consequences to
the colors October 1 for instructions. Savings bank; Municipal puddings are in demapd, is threatenedby result from the raid and the actionof 1-
the engines were at work against 36,000,000.To 48,000,000 as news today from the American First Sergeant Willis Hyer, of Co. General Nafarette, the Carranzista '
NEARLY ONE THOUSAND MEN yesterday pumping the water out of illustrate the consul at Smyrna who wired the C, National Guard, who left Orlandothe commander at Matamoras in sending (oj V
WORKING ON DEERING the big pontoons which are to raise d" small subscribers heavy it participation is stated- state department that 12,000 tons of first of the week to participate in troops to attack the American sol ,
ESTATE the concrete intake at Lake Highland tht early 45,000 raisins destined to reach New York the elimination or qualification shoot diers and aid in the escape of the I V
depositors of the
from its foundation sufficiently to for the Thanksgiving day trade are bandits. ,
Berli Savings bank subscribed which is being held at Black Point,
the removal of the being held at Smyrna by the French Two hundred American
Miami Fla.-One out of every permit underpin loan as compared with 35,000 m proved his superior marksmanship troops are \
twenty-five of Miami's 20,000resi- ning, one of the huge beams by which March blockade. Two ships are loaded to yesterday over sharpshooters from guarding Progresso tonight. An ad. I '
dents is working daily at the Deering the mass of steel and concrete was the gunwales with raisins. various points in Florida and made ditional one hundred infantrymen are ..
estate In the city of Miami, preparinga being raised, broke, and the workmen BASEBALL RESULTS the state team which finished the being rushed there by special train.
home for James,Deering. Eight engaged on the job were thrown into SKATERS AT LAKELAND elimination match. Following the attack on Progresso
hundred men, many of them the finest the lake. Federal League Sergeant Hyer will now participatein military officials here fear an attackon
mechanics engineers and artisans The foreman W. D. Beck, suffereda St.Chicago Louis 3,6,Brooklyn Buffalo 1.0 Horace :Merck James Romer, and a the national contest, and his many Brownsville by a big force of Car- I
are engaged on the largest develop painful injury to one of his legs, Pittsburgh: Newark 1. number of other crack skaters from Orlando friends expect to see him return ranzistas who are at Matamoras,
ment project in the state of Florida, but the attending physician reportedthat Kansas City 9, Baltimore 7. Orlando spent several hours at Lake- home with some of the trophies. across the Rio Grande.
t erecting a show place for the million- no bones were broken. None of American League land Thursday evening. While there There are several good cash prizesas Colonel Blocksom commanding the
New York 1, Cleveland.
aire harvester man, an estate that the. other men on the job were in- Boston 4, St. Louis 8. they engaged in several contests with well as other valuable prizes of- American troops from Fort Brown,
will compare favorably with the resorts jured. Washington 11, Detroit 4. local skating experts, and after clean- fered. This is quite an honor. has ordered 600 infantrymen into the
of European royalty-all within The intake was not damaged but Philadelphia 5-5, Chicago 7-12. ing up everything in sight swung trenches along the river, while large
the corporate limits of the city of the damage done to the lifting appa- Chicago National 6-0. Philadelphia League 0-6. aboard the home bound train and returned WILL BE GREAT DAY FOR COM forces of cavalry are also patrolling ;
Miami. When completed, the "Deer- ratus was such that the completion Cincinnati 7, Brooklyn 5. to this city. An enjoyabletime RADE HARRIS that stream.
ing job" will represent the investmentof of the intake will be delayed at least Pittsburgh: 0, Boston 2. is reported by all members of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris left Two batteries of artillery which r
several millions of dollars, and although one month. The company has been I Atlanta Southern League the party. last night on the 12:30 train over the were withdrawn from the river front i
the work was started some endeavoring to get the new filtration Birmingham Memphis 4, Chattanooga 3. 1. Atlantic Coast Line for Washington, several days ago when it became ;
eighteen months ago and has been system in operation by the opening of I Little Rock 6, Mobile 1.New THE WEATHERFor D. C., where they will attend the quiet here, have been hastily rushed'J
pushed rapidly only the shell of the the winter season, but this accident Orleans 5, Nashville 4. j national G. A. R. encampment. Mr. back into place and are trained on JIatamoras.
great house is finished, while the development will make it necessary to redouble Florida: Partly cloudy Saturday -I Harris expects to join in the parade Machine gun platoons '
work on the grounds has their efforts if the system is to be 'supplies Get your at school Curtis books& O'Neal's anu school this ; probably rain on east and south i and march down Pennsylvania ave- are in command of teh international
!, teen only fairly started. completed on time. week, and avoid the rush. coasts; fresh northeast winds. r nue, as he did fifty years ago. bridge and other strategic points.
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CARL KUHL IS GETTING TO BE I both him and his partner to take GOVERNOR TRAMMELL n\-o--I I r MANY PEACHES BUT NO DEMAND 1 BARONESS: LIBERATED FROM I Specials for Satur- .
.\ NOTED AVIATOR down the machine and get it ready CATES MORE U. S. LAND I PRISON CAMP
for shipment. It is an evidence of STATE SCHOOL FUND day and Monday
both the skill and careful work of Mr. Chicago, Sept. 23.-Entire carloads
Florida people in general and Or- Berne.-Through the efforts of the
Kuhl that during the year or two that Tallahassee, Fla.-Among the polio of peaches from neighboringstates -
lando in particular will be in- Swiss the Baroness Julie
people he has been flying he has had no seri- cies that will be advocated by Gov- have been carted off to garbage government
continued Fancy Patent Flour-
terested to know has failed to total loss to the shippers and Ceshia Santa Croce 'has been liberated I
accident and rarely heaps, a
ous Park Trammell in his candidacy -!
of Carl Kuhl, of this city, in ernor per sack of 12 pounds _________4.::>c
success make his flights on time as adver- for the United States senate is producers, because no market could from the Italian prison camp at
his chosen profession of aviation. It per sack of 24 pounds _________90c
tised. that of urging the United States gov- be found for them, according to reports :lonti, Sardinia. The baroness is a ___
was only two or three years ago that Soups, assorted, per dozen __AV:
Mr. Kuhl was driving the automobile Mr. Kuhl is the son of Mr. and ernment to grant to the state of of commission merchants today. German by birth and a relative of 3 cans Sweet Corn for __________2oc
delivery wagon for Rowland's grocery i Mrs. B. T. Kuhl, of Gore avenue, and Florida the equivalent of the thirty- Growers were called upon to pay General von Einem, the former Prussian 3 cans Hominy for ___________:27c
his friends and the freight and cartage charges. One
store, then located on Pine street many acquaintancesin second section of public lands within war minister. When Italy declared ,,6 packages of Pearline for ______25cI
Orlando delighted to hear of commission man, who wired a ship-
are the state, for the state school fund.
where Our Grocery company is now war against Austria she stayedin Fancy Evaporated Peaches and
doing business. I his continued success in a professionthat Governor Trammell states that in per that he owed $IS.50 for cartage, her villa at Borgo, because she i Prunes, 2 pounds for _________.25c
he evidently had a vision, as is so new and requires so muchof justice Florida is entitled to this con- received this reply: considered herself an Italian subjecton I Tomato Catsup, 25c. size for _____19c
But technical knowl- "Have but will send
brain and no an-
steady sideration at the hands of the federal money
people who do things are account of her marriage to an Italian Fancy Head Rice, per pound _____-7c
so many other of peaches in settlement.
edge. and that if he is elected
government Lemons _____
hima nobleman.For Imported per dozen ISc
have. The vision showed I'
"Hold the peaches, wired the com-
i to senate he endeavor to have
multitude of people assembled fora a few weeks the baroness was Irish Potatoes, per peck25c
holiday gathering and among the SMART LONDON SAVES NOTE I passed by congress a measure carry- mission merchant. not molested, but a former friend denounced -i Apple and Guava Jelly, per glass.lOcj
chief attractions was an aeroplane ,. PAPER ing out this policy. Governor Tram : her to the police as a Ger- j I Sweet Potatoes, per peck -----___35ci <
mell bases his position upon this mat- II REV. McKIN:-l()N: AT ABBEVILLE, Pure Ground
and Austrian On this Coffee
flight. Mr. Kuhl at that time had man spy. per pound
London.-Colored note papers are ter on the fact that congress in mak- SOUTH CAROLINARev. she ISc..
aeroplane and that groundless charge was arrested 23c. and 2Sc
possibly seen one "in" again for feminine correspondence. ing land grants to the states has I
and sent to the malaria district of
about the limit of his knowledgeof Ii
was aeronautics. But the vision in- The West End stationery departments granted to many of them both the J. F. McKinnon, of Orlando, :lonti: with her seven children. She i i Honest Weights and Measures
in him the desire to become an I patronized by society women sixteenth and thirty-second section in Florida, for several years pastor of suffered terribly until the Swiss min-
aviator, and forthwith he set himself I I are now showing note paper and each township, while Florida has received Upper Long Cane church, occupiedhis ister in Rome brought about her re- I' Cash
to work to accomplish his purpose. envelopes in delicate shades of mauve, only the sixteenth section. old pulpit on Sunday morning. He lease. Her health is shattered and Grocery
I blue, and deep rich cream Governor Trammell says that if Flor- welcomed with '
It is true in a general way that thereis I grey was an unusually one of her children has died. I Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.
nothing that can stop shades. Not so long ago, the smart ida can only get her just share of large congregation, people attendingfrom I
practically woman wrote her notes on costly land from the federal government for all over the county. He spent -
the of man of good
career young rough-edge'd "antique" paper; now school purposes, so this state may be Monday in the city shaking hands ,
habits and good health if he sets
the fancy is for moderate sized note on equal footing with many of the with his many friends. He leaves today -
about it to accomplish a given end.
paper, with smooth surface and cut other states, that the state school for Columbia Theological Semi
Carl Kuhl was that kind of a young I GARDEN SEED !
and that he has been successfulis edges, and it is fashionable to use the fund will be enriched approximatelyone nary. McKinnon:: has many friendsin
man economical half sheets for short million acres of land, or its equiv I the city and county who are always -
abundantly by the fact that
proven notes. alent in value. It will be rememberedthat i glad to have him visit them.- _
during the past summer he has been
Governor Trammell made a rec- I Abbeville :Medium.:
the Northwest where he has
made touring many successful flights and has I MONUMENT FOR HINDENBERGIN ommendation to the legislature of I New Crop Onion Sets Just
received the most flattering notices THE ALPS 1913 on this subject and as a result a Guests registering at the San Juan
from the newspapers where his work I memorial to congress was passed hotel yesterday: included J. L. Wyatt, ArrrvedCome
that the United
has been done. Sanborn and Still- I Innsbruck.-The Liskelle mountain, asking States con N. M. Jenks, New York; A. S. Thorn-
water, Minn., Marshfield, Wis., in the Carinthian Alps, near the pres- gress grant to the state school' fund ton, Tampa; G. P. Moses, J. E. Kent, in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality
Nashua, Iowa, Jefferson, Wis., and ent Austro-Italian theatre of war, the remaining United States lands in Boston; T. P. Toland, Florida; W. E. Seeds, and Low Price
Park Rapids, Minn., are among the I has been renamed "Hindenberg : Florida. Wilson,. Newark, N. J.; W. T. Ram-
towns and cities' where he has filled ; Height." On the summit of the sey, Bay City, Mich.; A. O. Martin,
engagements to the most perfect sat- mountain, one of the highest of the NOTICE Sanford; Chas. Doll, Leo. Tyler, T. O.
isfaction of the immense crowds that : Carinthian chain, an obelisk will be There will be a public working of Rouse, Ed. Outlaw, G. M. Robinson, City Drug| StoreJ.
have witnessed his work. Mr. KuhlIs I erected in honor of the victor oi the Conway cemetery on Thursday, Jacksonville; S. M. Brown, Baltimore;
( associated in his work with Chas. i Tanneberg and the Masurian lakes. the 30th of September, 1915. All lot W. H. G. Scott, St. Petersburg; Mr. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
Baysdorfer, under the firm name of The work has already been started owners, and others interested, are and Mrs. Fre. Gunster, Birmingham;
the Baysdorfer-Kuhl Aeroplane com- i under the direction of the architect cordially invited to attend and assistin Miss Nellie Oster, DeLand; R. M.
pany, with headquarters Chicago.An i Arnold, of Hanover. The dedication the cleaning up of the cemetery. :Miss Corinne Stephens, Cincinnati;
aeroplane looks like a comparatively i I of the monument is to take place next Bring with you such tools as will be Hudson, Atlanta; T. B. Ellis, Jr.,
simple piece of mechanism, but i summer and Field Marshal von Hindenberg needed; also dinner, as we will have Gainesville. IMIMtttltltltlMMMMilMBailtMttllltllllMMIIMSunshine
Mr. Kuhl writes that it requires from I has promised; to be present dinner on the ground, as usual. C
three to four hours of hard work for I at the ceremony with his wife. I II. T. ARNOLD. Sentinel Want Ads Par.
Crackers and CakesEveryone
W. S. BRANCH
loves the Sunshine. We have just received a full
line of Sunshine Crackers and Cakes. They are fresh and crisp.
Toilet Paper, 4 lOc. rolls for ___--___________________________25c
The Arcade Book and Music Store Lemon Extract, Two 25c. bottles for ________________________25c
Lemon Extract, Four lOc. bottles for _______________________25c
Peach Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ________________________25c
Orlando, Florida Bulk Coffee, per pound _______________________________t15c
Can Coffee, per pound _--________________________________25c
Comb Honey, 20c., 3 for __________________________________50c
Headquarters for School Books and All School Supplies Strain Honey, ______u___________________________ 15c. and 50c
New Guava Jelly, per glass ___________________________ __15c
t 16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for _u____________..___$1.00Try
our Creamery Butter, only ______..____________________35c.
Special discount on Brooms.
Complete List of School Books used in Orange County and the Orlando Public SchoolsFIRST
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
GRADE- i Frye's Higher Geography, 88c.
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 3, 41c.
Wheeler's Primer-First Semester, 25c. Hyde's English, part 2, 45c. Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Wheeler's First Reader-Second Semester, 25c. and "
Riley Chandler's "Our Republic, 65c., with supplemen-
SECOND: GRADE- tary readings in Brevard and Bennett's "Florida History," Phones: 3 and 200
as ordered by teacher.
Wheeler's First Reader-Finished First Semester} 25c. Ritchie's Human Physiology, 60c. : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. i
Wheeler's Second Reader-Finished Second Semester, 35c. Berry's Writing Book No. 7, 5c.
Berry's Writing Book, No. 2, 5c. liMMIIIIIilMIHIMIIIMMMIMilllflllMIIMeMMIiCAREY
THIRD GRADE- _
Carpenter's Geographical Reader as ordered by Teacher GOc.
Wheeler's Third Reader, 45c. Scott's Lady of the Lake, as ordered, 30c.
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 1, 32c. Payne's Words Commonly Misspelled, 22c. .
Berry's Writing Book, No. 3, 5c. Hyde's English, part 2, 45e. HAND
FOURTH GRADE Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 3, 41c.
Frye's Higher Geography, 88c.
Wheeler's Fourth Reader, 45c. Riley and Chandler's "Our Republic," 6j>c., 'with supplemen- FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
Hyde's English, part one, 25c. tary readings in Brevard and Bennett's Florida History,
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part one, 32c. as ordered by teacher, 54c. EMBALMER
Frye's Geography, First Course, 40c. Duggar's Agriculture for Southern Schools, GOc.
Ritchie's Primer of Hygiene 35c.
Berry's Writing Book, No. 4, 5c. HIGH SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS
All calls answered Promptly Day
FIFTH GRADE- ENGLISH D. Brooks' English Composition, Book 1, enlarged i I
edition, 1st and 2nd, 90c.Wheeler's ij Hand Block.
Fifth Reader, 55c., supplemented by Carpenter'sGeographical I or
S. D. Brooks' English Composition, Book 2, enlarged edition,
Reader, "South America," 60c., when order- 3rd artd 4th, $1.00.
teacher. I Orlando Florida.
ed by -
Aswell's Century Speller, ISc. DIATIiEDIATICS-3lilne's Standard Algebra, $1.00. ,
Hyde's English, part No.1, 25c. Wentworths & Smith's Plane Geometry, revised, 90c. I PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 2, 3Gc. Wentworth and Smith's Solid Geometry, revised, SOc. I
Frye's Geography, First Course, 40c.
Evan's First Lessons in American History, 45c. HISTORY Iuzze"s American History, $1.50. II
Ritchie's Primer of Hygiene, 35c. Myer's General History, revised edition, $1.60. I
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year? O. H. S. FOOTBALL BOYS ON THE ; .
Some there are who think that JOB
DAILY SPORT LmER
Honus Wagner will grab the job left I
vacant by the retirement of Fred
The boys of the O. H. S. football
Clarke, but from the "inside" comes
BY FRANK G. MENKE
association have rented the Orlando !
the that Bill Hinehman, the big
The Famous New York Sporting tip skating rink for two nights, October I
Expert. outfielder, land the job.
may 1st and 15th. They have some new .
Wagner, in the opinion of many, I
features which they will put on these
J v York.-Alexander has been would be too easy with the men.
nights and furnish some good "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
the mightiest defense factor in the Hinchman, on the other hand, showed The
ment. money made from
Phillies- well in executive ability while with amuse-j
fight of the
of the rink will be used to
but one musn't overlook the fact that the Cleveland club a number of years uniforms. Unless Budded from A Bear-
there are several other Phillie pitchers ago when he handled the club in the The members of the association are
who have aided in the uplift absence of the regular leader.
very enthusiastic over their plans and
Tree of Known
movement. should be encouraged, so attend the
Demaree has won 12 of those Phil- Marquard Seems to Be Through! rink and help them. The first practice -
lie combats; Mayer has won 18; Mc- "Rube" Marquard seems to have was held yesterday afternoon at of Produc-
Quillen, the cast-off, has won 11; outlived his major league usefulness.It the driving park and the boys worked Quantity
Rixey has added 10 more, and Chal was figured when he was let out by hard under Coach McCracken. There
mers has won 6. the Giants and again taken under the will be another practice this after- I tion."-O. W. ConnerIn
-- of Wilbert Robinson that he
wing noon at 3 o'clock. _I
Alex May Lead PitchersAs might do a "come back," but the ec- II
the -pitchers in the National centric southpaw, in his last few I
WAR DEATHS HIT INSURANCE
League go into the stretch, it beginsto I starts, has shown nothing that would COMPANIES
look as if Alexander will finish the merit keeping him on the pay roll. 'I five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual demonStration -
where he to finishatthe lie has been battered from the box in their test
season ought 1 groves and by means of their advertisinghave
with frequency. London.-British industrial life assurance
top. have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
companies already paid
The wonderful moundsman has won However, Marquard's contract, one
something like 28 games against 10 I of those supposedly iron-clad affairs $4,302,650 to heirs of 46,200 soldiers I does pay. The United States Government experiments made by*
defeats. That places him second to I holds good until the end of the 1916 and sailors killed in the war. The Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re-
Mammaux, the Pirate phenom, but season, so that even if he is chasedoff claims in for officers killed now I cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
Alexander has been closing up the into the bushes he will draw big amount approximately' to $14,000,000.In : the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
one case a claim for $500,000 was
until October of
that divided the two, and now is pay
gap from a parent of true merit.
I:raid, while there have been many oth.
only a few points behind. Alexander, year.
during the past month, has been :'.rs between $50,000 and $250,000. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
J breezing along in much better form, MEETING OF FARM AGENTS IS i!I _. a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
while :Mammaux shows signs of slip- PROVING A SUCCESS I'I been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
ping. I H. R. BERRY vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
--0- Gainesville, Fla.-The third day's
I Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
session of the annual of
"Smokey Joe"Vood, having come gathering
back into his own, is leading the farm demonstration agents opened I the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
American League hurlers by a rather this morning at 9 o'clock with an in- l rent tree that is producing real quality:and plenty of it.
healthy margin and ought to finish creased attendance over the previous A complete line of Ford Acces-
I You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
ahead of the field, although his team sessions. Agents and others who
mates, Ruth and Foster, are giving will profit by the meeting and who i sories; a staff of expert mechanics great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
him a dose fight. Wood is about 40 were unable to attend the previous i; to render satisfaction in all bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
points ahead of Ruth and about 50 sessions are still arriving and the !I bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
ahead of Foster. gathering is a success from every i.lines of Automobile Repair
viewpoint. j I CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
-- Work. Oils and
i Vulcanizing, grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
Great Fight in Federal League
Guests registering at the San Juan Gasoline, and fair and square
McConnell, of the Chicago Whales,
hotel yesterday included :Mr. and |
Allen, of the Pittsburgh Rebels, and I 1 i prices.
Mrs. F. B. Parrish, J. H. Holcombe,
Plank, of the St. Louis outfit, are Ocklawaha Nurseries
J. R. Curry, Y. R. Beazley, Tampa;
waging a pretty three cornered bat- r
G. W. Johnson, Birmingham; M. A.
tle for the pitching honors in the Gilmore -
Vogel, J. Goodman, A. Rosenthal, S. 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
circuit. McConnell has the edge
I. Buckler, F. P. James, New York; For Nine YearsWe
just now, having won 23 out of 32 OR
C. S. Young, Wm. T. Stockton, Jack.
games for a pitching average of .719. ..
sonville; G. W. Crist, Montgomery; .
Allen is second with 21 victories in G. G. Wright Agent '
J. B. Lenneau, Georgia; Chas. Mar- have been in business at the ,
32 games, an average of .656, and
tin, Bowling Green, Fla. Jas. L Mar- ,
Plank is third with 17 won and 9 lost : same location, Corner of South 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
tin, Lynchburg, Va.; C. H. Peacock, .
for of .654. Nick
an average Cullop,
Philadelphia; J. H. Colcomb, Edge- Main and Church Streets.
the left hander, with the Kansas City .
field, S. C.SWEDISIi. .
club, also can be considered in the I
Phone 226Orlando's \
fight, as he is only a few points in STEAMER SUNK .
the rear having won 18 out of 28
games for an average of .640.
Christiania.The Swedish steamer
Forsvik, 1,107 tons gross, was sunk
Hinchmanlay: Lead Pirates mine Leading Repair Shop II'
Sunday by a or a torpedo.
Who will manage the Pirates next crew was landed here today. and Garage,
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quality, Saturday night only,
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8 1-3 cents
33 cents Saturday night| After Supper
; t At 19c a Bottle At 39c Each At lOc yard
Vantines Perfumes, all odors, 25c: quality, Saturday night Ladies' Ribbed Union Suits, low neck, no sleeves, wide Curtain Scrim, yard wide, white and Ecre, with colored
only knee, lace trimmed, 50c., 65c., and 75c. quality, Satur- borders, 15c. quality, Saturday night only,
day night only.
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H At lOc a pair At 42c Each At $2.19 pair
Children's Hose, black and white, all sizes, 15 cent quality Sheets made of a good quality sheeting, welded seams, Ladies' White Canvas and Nu Buck Pumps, value up to
Saturday night only size 81x90, 60c. quality, Saturday night only $4.00, Saturday night only
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THE DAILY 'THE BALKAN j
SentinelMORNING 'SITUATION.The I City Hall And Court II A Poem For The Bayr-
South Florida I !
Balkan States' situation is holding -
AND WEEKLY the closest attention of the worldat I House NotesThe SONG More Tnan YourMonB Wortn
fU GLENN .....................Editor this time. Will Bulgaria declarewar i I s
*". C. ESSINGTON ,.....Bu.in*. Manager
_. -- ; is Germany ready for the invasion I Unfathomable sea, whose waves are
Entered at the poetoffire at Orlando. Florida funds which will be raised by years
Second Class Mail Matter. of Serbia; have the allied pow-
u Ocean of Time whose
the enacted law
recently publicity tax
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ers made any adequate preparationto deep woe
Daily. 1 Year .......*................. $5-00 check an Austro-German drive fo will be expended according to the ad- Are brackish with the salt of human Saturday and Monday
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-6 vice of committee of
Dail,. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 the Turk capital; will Greece and a joint composed tears-
Daily. 1 Month .......... ....... ..... .*<0 Roumania ally themselves with Ser- three membrs of the Board of Trade .Thou ebb shoreless and flow flood, which in thy
Weekly. 1 Year ...........:.......... $1.00 bia and Montenegro; or in the elev- and three non-members. A motion to Claspest the limits of mortality
PAYABLE IN enth hour will all the Balkan States I this effect was made by Commissioner And sick of prey, yet howling on for It's more than a year and a half ago since we
4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO stand together against the common Johnson at the council meeting yesterday more, started these wef'k end saving economies. To say that
and it is that each Vomitest thy wrecks on its inhospitable -
enemy-these are questions uppermost probable shore, they have been successful certainly does not describe
ADVERTISERS: in the minds of the entente, the member of the council will select one Treacherous in calm and terrible in their wonderful popularity, which has steadily increasedas
Opy for display and all .th r hand-Mt central powers and the world generally of the citizen members. By this storm, I the weeks have gone by. Come down Saturday or
drcrtUU rust be handro in at the boiincsitfffic. it is that Who shall put forth on thee-
means hoped a system of Monday rid time-no time restrictions offer-
.f the Sentinel not later than I p. and overshadows all other phasesof Unfathomable ? any
the day before publication. This rule applies it I* the great war. publicity, which is just and profitableto -Percy sea Bysshe Shelley. ings, and judge for yourself. You'l soon tumble to the
for contract ;
iBTariabie and will be strictly adhered to.Snbeeribers The Balkan situation has been all classes contributing to the tax reason. .
fund may be worked out. GENEROUS
shrouded in mystery for many weeks
should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on and daily it was expected that some- :Mayor Sperry has fallen a victimto CONTRACTORS. .
Do of these ?
the date of expiration. otberwiae it will be thing definite would be evolved in sneak thieves, as have several other The following item from the Tampa any interest you
the regular subscription rates.
until notice to stop ut received. southeastern Europe. The Review of citizens. The mayor lost two pairsof Tribune is what we call sure-enough ,
Telephone Numb r .... .....".....,... *4 spectacles several months advertising: FANCY VOILES AND ORGANDIESVe -
Reviews, in the current issue, con ago.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23; 1913.: tains the following: They were stolen from his desk at A half page advertisement in I must make more room for the new goods that
The Balkan States and the WarIf the city hall Directly over Chief of this week's Saturday Evening are arriving almost every hour, so every piece of
Germany can keep the Bal- Police Smith's office on the ground Post, the most in the widely circulated I Flowered Voile and, Organdie that we have in stock
turmoil Rome has felt publication country, is de.
To add to the kan States neutral she will have
floor, which looks bad for the chief. voted to the Tampa city hall. An ranging in value from 25c. to 50c. per yard goes on
won a diplomatic victory counter-
balancing that by the alliesat Commissioner Clarke Robertsonwas artistic picture of the building
won Sale Sat. and Mon. 15c
-0--- Rome. But defeat here will be printed, with credit given Bon- at yd
This is the last holiday for the children expensive than that in the mighty happy yesterday after- foey & Elliott architects and
more noon-he was congratulating himselfover McGucken & Hyer, contractors.The .
until a week from today. Italian, capital. For, the fall of
Constantinople is an event far his absence from the immediate building spoken of as one "PROSPERITY" SHEETSIn
of the finest in the United States.
important to the issue of vicinity of Highland lake
Wouldn't it be fine to have Orlando more yesterday The advertisement is paid for by response to a most vigorous "encore" we repeat
the than the capture of Warsaw
moved to Philadelphia and Boston without the Russian army. morning when the intake filtration the concern which furnished the this remarkable value in these well-known sheets.
tank beams roofing for the It will
during the world's series. One of the most dramatic cir- collapsed and slightly injured be seen by 8,000,000 readers. Please note that the quantity is limited, so early
W. D. Beck.
o cumstances in the whole struggleis is
the Balkan Let some one whisper softly to the
now supplied by
and watchon Deputy Burden in the collector's of-
With clocked stockings a
crisis. The solution may not set- paving companies which have laid 72x90, Regular 59c. for 39c
the ankle most any girl ought to tle the war, but if the allies are fice was busy yesterday mailing pretty sixty miles of pavement in Orange Size 81x90, Regular 75c. for 59c
be able to keep up with the times. defeated it will materially lengthen little yellow slips to his many automobile -
county at a cost of $600,000, and four-
o it, and may save the Turk for friends around the county
many months or even years. teen miles of paving in Orlando at a TURKISH TOWELS
The danger in Russia now seems Rarely in human history has requesting them to hurry in with) that
to be that the Little Father can't run there been a more striking con- from $3 to $60 and secure the new proportionate cost, something Only 25 dozen at this price, no loss to ourselves but
as fast as the long-legged duke. trast than that supplied by the licenses for the ensuing year. along the same lines as the above certainly no profit. Close weave, heavy weight, full
o fortunes of Bulgaria two years ( Carl Jansen, city clerk, was 49. would be highly acceptable, and no size, a fine handy towel, worth 15 cents
ago and today. Then, she was one would take offense at a similar
The lady who says she hasn't any beaten and forsaken, a pariah years old yesterday. And his birth- : show cf spirit. Sat. and Mon. $1.10 doz
thing fit to wear on the street, comes among the Balkan pariahs. Today day came on a work day-the council I
pretty near telling thetruth.o Bulgarian decision is awaited in met. But in respect to the clerk the o
every capital of Europe with the "FROM: HOME: TO SCHOOL AND
intensest concern, and the rulersof commissioners met and adjourned, BACK" IMPORTED SILK CREPE DE CIIIXE-
Speaking of world's series-the all the great powers are bid holding a very brief session.G. French manufacture, one metre wide (40 in) in
each other for Bulgarian Will be Dr. Poulson's subject at the
world's series staged has ding against -
biggest ever R. black white blue and
favors. Even "Czar" Fer Ramsey, city and county engineer sky rose pink
Baptist Sunday night. The
been in since August
raging Europe dinand's chagrin at missing that was out on the road yesterday -
topic is especially appropriate the Sat. and Mon.
1, 1914. triumphal entrance into Byzan- looking over the highways. The as Special price $1.25CHENEY'S
schools for the fall term
o tium and the world-filling cere- open next
only way to catch Ramsey in his of-
Florida mony at Saint Sophia must be Monday. The young people and their
Personally we prefer a
fice is have
to some one chain him
partially forgotten today, whenno NEW SILKS-
parents have a special invitation to
newspaper office to a royal palace at is do him there.
king too great to
Stuttgart, Germany, these bomb-y nomage. I attend this popular service. Illustrating the new Egyptian effects. These are
More marriage licenses have been
days of autumn.If This week's Saturday Evening Post I positively exquisite in their combination colorings,
issued for September to date than for
o states editorially that Russia has and will be extremely fashionable for Kimonas, and
August, which would indicate that for dresses combined with other fabrics.
dispatches are authentic John D. the best claim to the Dardanelles:
Cupid notes the improvement in the The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's l
Jr. is getting democracy shot into his However, claims these days are measured financial world. Special price Sat. and'Mon.. 75c
system-he is dancing with miners' by guns and ammunition. '
I Capt. B. M.: Robinson, clerk of the
wives at the Colorado mining camps. i The DardanellesIf
o any nations is to have the 'I circuit court, state that Septemberis Select Boarding and Day CURTAIN ETAMINESWith -
always the dullest month of the School for Girls
Dardanelles Russia ought to have
Hooray Germany the new and dainty Hemmed Stiched borders,
them, for theV are virtually the year and that this September is no 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
United States that American vessels in white and ecru, worth 15 cents. Our special priceis
mouth of the rivers that drain I exception. Primary, Intermediate a.nd AcademicGrades
carrying conditional contrabandwill the richest territory in the Rus- 121hc. .
To the Dr J. F. McKinnon, who has beenat
hereafter be immune. Another sian Empire. get com
empty promise? mercial importance of the Dar I points in South Carolina, has returned Also' Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Sat. and Mon. lie a yd
danelles to Russia, imagine the and will be at his office'at the Culture and Domestic Science.
o Gulf of Mexico bottled and
Suppose the Kaiser should be as. Mexico sitting at the neck up of the I I court house today. For Catalogues address the Rector,
sassinated today. Where would we bottle, so that not a pound of With Collector C. A. Boone out of Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.., NEW WAISTS-
go to find his biography? All of goods from our gulf ports could the city Clerk Jansen hasn't much Orlando Fla. Bought when in New York. Dainty Lingerie con-
reach the sea except by Mexico'spermission. exquisitely made and finished. Only TWO
which calls attention to the need ofa Even that falls much time to practice on his new type- ceptions,
public library.A short of a true analogy, for Rus- writer. DOZEN, all we could get. Exceptional value for
sia has no other good outlet to FIELD'SCHOCOLATE $2.50Sat.
o Fire Chief Dean has the fire department
magazine is now advocating a the In ocean.the last year, with western in fine trim despite his in. and Mon. while they last $1.48PUSSY
week of song in the United States.. Europe clamoring for wheat at a jured foot which is getting better.
It depends altogether who does the dollar and a half a bushel, Russia
had a large surplus that could .
singing as to whether we would'approve not be shipped because the Dar IMPORTANT MEETING OF CHRIS WILLOW TAFFETA AISTS-
of the innovation. danelles were closed. At any moment TIAN CHURCH AT CHRIS VANILLA Made of the genuine fabric, produced by Miguel and
I I 0 whoever is master of the TIAXIISSIOXARY ALLIANCE Co., in absolutely the very latest styles. Selling in
Dardanelles can pretty effectually HALL WEST TUTI FRUTI New York at $7.50
Taft's brother is authority for the blockade Russia. Roumania,
statement that the former presidenthas Bulgaria and Serbia have a big PINE STREET GUAVAICE Our Sat. and Mon $3.50
been cured of all presidential as stake in the Dardanelles as the Services will be conducted by L. W.
virtual mouth of the Danube. CREAMS.
pirations. If about ten other men Neutralizing the Straits would be Buckley, at 11 o'clock.
could receive this mysterious "cure" the best dispositiop; but if any All interested in the future of the 36-INCH BLEACHED MUSLINWe -
the country would be better off. nation is to have them Russia has Christian church in Orlando are urgedto congratulate ourselves upon this purchase.
claim them. ,
the best to '
o o be present at this service, as the AUTO LUNCHESA Bought some time back when cotton was way downin
Now that criminal court is over question of regular preaching duringthe value. On Saturday and Monday we will hand our
HAS RETURNED FROM N. Y. SPECIALTYCLUB
and the Sunday closing cases have coming season will be considered. advantage to you. It's marvellous value for 10 cts.
:Mrs. Burnett, the popular and fashionable -
we can turn our atten- a yard.
tion to providing a temporary head- dressmaker of the Yowell- The pay train on the Atlantic Coast.
quarters for the tourists until the new Duckworth company, has just returned Line reached Orlando yesterday morn SANDWICH 25e. Sat and Mon. any quantity 8c ydMEN'S
from New York where
Board of Trade building is finished. city, ing and gladdened the hearts of the .
she spent some time getting the lat- -
o employes of the road.
est style in fashionable dressmaking.She .
Two farmers, two fruit growers, We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed FURNISHINGSNEW
will open her parlors on Monday,
one teamster, one hardware dealer, COOK & BARS
the 27th, on the fourth floor of the and Delivered for All FIBRE SILK HOSEIn
one contractor, one retired capitalist, Agents, will attend to your fire insurance -
one ex-policeman, one real' estate Yowell-Duckworth building ready toserve ) promptly. Christ building. Occasions all colors-splendid for wear-usually sold 3 pairs
the public who cares. 1-9-17-lmoc
man, one accountant, and one undertaker for $1.00
are on the Mendenhall jury. ;
o l r Y A Our price $2.75 doz
Archibald's gold headed cane is said OUR NEW LINE SCOTCH TWEED CAPS
to have contained a budget of secret To Attract the Come BackWe Just in; prices
papers from German and Austrian
agents in this country to the headsof believe that getting customers to take a little'more than a casual interest in our \ 50c; $1.00, $1.25, $1.50OUR
the European central powers. This
cane promises to raise cain with business is the best sort of way to attract them into coming again to trade. NEW FELT HATS
Archibald. Competition is strong with most of us. The average customer is being urged by all have just arrived-swell shapes- ,
o manner of arguments and attractions to trade with the other fellow. Therefore we wishto
$3.00 to $5.00
When Henry Ford gets his jitney impress you with the fact that WE DO appreciate and value J our patronage. "
submarines in running order we may We wish to assert and reassert the fact that we stand back of our feeds, etc., and
expect to see them floating around are ready to do anything within reason to satisfy you. We wish you to feel, "It has always -
the Clyde Line St. Johns river boats
the "Osceola" and the "City of Jack-, been easy to get entire satisfaction from the Co-Operative Produce Co." Does the OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTIS
sonville," on that new government weight prove short? Report it to us. Occasionally a sack is torn in transit and some of
canal between Jacksonville and San the contents lose out. Does the quality prove not so good as you expected? Take the REPLETE WITH EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN
ford. matter up with us, not with our competitor. Have you received impertinence from delivery EATS
o boy, clerk or any one in our employ? Report to us at once. We intend that personality -
Why don't somebody say something and service from the proprietor to the least in our employ shall actuate the en-
about the point made by the Punta
Gorda Herald to the effect that the tire business. With us it shall be Courtesy, Promptness, Service, treating our smallest
change of the fee system to a salary customer as if he was our largest customer, and allowing not even the most casual orderor
system, as called for by Candidate complaint to be neglected. Dickson-Ives Co.
Wood and to accomplish which he "The proof of the Pudding is in the eating thereof." Give us a trial.A .
asks the governor to call an extra few white seed bushel.
potatoes at 40c. perpeck, $1.40 per
session of the legislature, can only
be effected by a constitutional amendment ]-
and this amendment must be
proposed at a regular session of the .DEPARTMmT STORE.
legislature? If this is true. Candi- Co-Operative CompanyW.
date Wood's paramount issue is a
gone gosling, for his extra session S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
has no constitutional power to pro- I .
pose the amendment. J
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I (Manin SnrietJ F" ."Get It At Allen's"O y U
FIFTY-FIVE YEARSOF I visiting for the past two months at !
WEDDED LIFE. Black Mountain, North Carolina, returned I
An item of much interest is that to her home in this city yes-
.. today marks the fifty-fifth wedding terday. GRANDTODAY
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamL. I -o-
Coryell, 201 West Concord avenue. CIVIC LEAGUE
Both are in good health, Mr. Coryell MEETSIOXDA Y.
being in his seventy-eighth year. The regular monthly meeting of
During their residence in Orlando I the Woman's Civic League will be II
they have gained many friends. A held Monday, the 27th, at Sorosis
brief sketch of their more than half rooms, at 3:30 p. m. A meeting of .
century of wedded life is as follows: the executive board will be held at ,
Mr. William L. Coryell and Miss 3 p. m. A full attendance is requested o
Mary S. Stevens were married at as the election of a new presidntis "A PILLAR OF FLAME"I: I Ii CHARMING INDEED
Manchester, Michigan, September 25, desired at that time on account of are the rings, pins, La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
i Another of those good Vita- i iI They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
18 60. Mr. Coryell was, at the time of the illness of Mrs. J. T. Fuller, who novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
his marriage, engaged in farming. In has resigned. I graph special productions featuring taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
18C9 he enlisted in Co. F, 2Jth Mich- Conservation will be the topic of of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
igan infantry, and served until the the day, under the direction of Mrs. I the quality of the jewelry warrants.
close of the war one hundred days G. II. Edwards, who is state chairmanof NORMA TALMADGE ALLEN & CO. JE YELERS.
that committee. The subjects to ,
He then settled at Harvey, Illinois, be discussed are as follows: and dl
where for seven or eight years he engaged I "Conservation,Its Aims and Scope," HARRY MORREY =E=Oi = .
in the real estate business. At Mrs. E. W. Dunn.
----;;:., :length the family emigrated to Barber "Forestry," Mrs. G. II. Edwards. Complete in two acts. Produced
I I county, Kansas, where they lived until "Bird Protection," Miss Mary Holt.
Van TO PAINTJv
by Dyke Brooke.
locating in Orlando some five )"earsI "Waterways," Mrs. J. II. Reese.
"Seminole Indians," Mrs. J.1.. is right now. Don't let things go
ago.Mr. r /
I and Mrs. Coryell are among Alden. \ until the house, barn, fence or floor
Orlando's best people[ ; always interested "Good Roads," Mrs. J. E. Ensign. HELEN HOLMES \ begins to look shabby. A little of our
in plans for the betterment of "Better Babies, Mrs. G. II. Ed in E ; \.z.c:,; ready to use paint will put your home
the community and the advancementof wards. 2t ,' in fine trim and save you the cost of a
society. They are both prominent t "THE WILD ENGINE"Still I ||jTil 1 '' much bigger paint bill later on.
workers in the Christian and Missionary Mr. J. J. Reaves, one of the substantial -
another of those clever railroad ijift. ---- -
Alliance, of which Mr. Coryell 1 CK.zens of Pine Castle, was i.; ( :
is vice chairman. Since coming to among the business transactors to dramas. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
The gasoline Orlando this estimable couple haemade Orlando
consumption esterday. While in the city
many friends who will rejoice Mr. Reaves found time to pay an ap 205 S. Orange: AvenueCOLEMAN
is unusually with them today on the occasion of preciated visit to this office, renewinghis "MANNERS AND THE MAN' & RHAN Phone 261
the fifty-fifth anniversary of their allegiance to the "old reliable".
i wedding. An Essanay Drama.
I low. -----v-. South Messrs.Florida'Sentinel.O. S. Robinson and E. C. I IIII9I
AND FOR MRS.MISS ALLEN SHINE. McDowell camping expedition have returned of three from weeks a '5 cents 10 cents f The New Ice Company
Mrs. J. Hugh Reese entertainedmost
which they spent in the neighborhoodof
charmingly yesterday afternoonin Lake Pickett and Sandy Gull '. I
compliment to Mrs. Fred M. Allen, } A SPLENDID BILL PHONE 675
They caugh an abundance of fish and
who has recently moved to Orlando saw lots of small game and some wild
from St. Augustine, and to Miss Isa,
bel Shine, of Jacksonville, who is the turkeys. They report a general good Delivery DailyWait
and were greatly benefited by
guest of friends in the :
their stay in the piney woods.
The entire lower floor of the house
Mrs. A. R. Daniels has sold her
was festive with masses of golden for We think
home place on East street'and for our wagon.
bell, for which the rich green of a
honeysuckle vines and asparagus fern while will reside with her son, Mr. vou will like our ice.
The tire formed an attractive setting. Yellow She Rex expects Daniels to, leave on Palmetto soon to visit street.her
expenseis ribbons, caught with flowers, were
suspended from the chandeliers, and daughter, Mrs. J. Mortimer Smith, on
reasonable, because the lights, shaded in yellow, were, as the East Coast. Mr. Currie, who has i The New Ice Company'III'IIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"I''I't i ;
all else, in keeping with the dainty purchased the property from Mrs.
color scheme. Daniels, has let the contract to remodel -
the size of the
Each and renovate the house to the
guest was given a card bear- '
tires is right for ing fifteen to each ingenious beginning queries with, the the let-answer Hanner Mrs. and Bros.Mrs. Smith Hardin and
ter "T," and much merriment was Master Walter, and niece, Miss Jean.eUe ROOf GARDN( I ttMIMIM MM " 11 Mill III I MMI
weight of car. had in the solving of the contest. have returned to Orlando and
Four were successful in finding the are again occupying their home, 308
hidden words, and cut for the prize, a East Jackson street. Mrs. Hardinand
pretty tea pot, which went to Mrs. the young folks spent the greater I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Joseph Bumby, Jr. A Japanese portion of the time visiting relativesand
sachet, shaped as a miniature tea pot, friends in Tunkhannock, Pa., and TODAY.
was given Mrs. W. M. Lege as a con- Chester, S. C., while Rev. Hardinpassed
solation.' Dainty crepe de chine hand the time away with kinsmenin ,___ -
kerchiefs, with colored borders, were New York and New Jersey.
given the honorees. A complete list of school books .
"THE PAWN OF FORTUNE"A
Mrs. Allen, who is a gifted imper used in the Orlando schools appearsin
sonator, gave two bright little sketches this issue of the Sentinel. It will
much to the enjoyment of her lis save a great deal of annoyance and 5-reel feature. A powerful CURTIS & O'NEAL
teners. extra labor for both pupils and teach American Photo Drama.
At five, the guests were shown into ers if parents will purchase the necessary
35 P. the dining room, and served to deli books some time today. It is Insurance Loans Real Estate i
cious salad, sandwiches and tea. The impossible for the book dealers to
table was covered with a handsome properly wait the
cloth of Cluny lace, and was centered they swoop down on the stores by t heat The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Rentals
with a silver bowl filled with the hundred and all wish attention The One-Price Theater
Motor bright blossoms used so effectively in i once. Furthermore the early purchaser -
the reception and drawing is sure of ,
rooms. getting a full,su P- -
_ __ The place cards. were in yellow and how many books will be needed shrd
ply. As it is
gold.Mrs. impossible to know just 10 cents 5 cents '
Reese was aided by Mrs. R. how many books will be needed thereis '
Poulson.Bazile Brossier and little Miss Janet usually a shortage in some of them. ESTABLISHED 1888MMMMMMMMMI
Those in attendance at the delightful NOTICE
affair were Mrs. Allen, Miss Shine,
Mrs.V.. M. Lege, Mrs. Brossier, Mrs.S. Of Application for Tax Deed Under
E. Ives, Jr., Mrs. Philip Siemens, Section Laws 8 of of Chapter Florida 4388,
y 1rs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., Mrs.\ E. T. lilllliilliiliHMHIIIIMland's
Poulson, Mrs. E. C. Hoskins, Mrs. B. Notice is hereby given that Hannah
J. Lord, and Misses Rita Lawton, Brazell, purchaser of tax certificate
Janet Poulson, and Edith and Eloise No. 180.\ dated the 2nd day of June,
Robinson. A. D. 131J and tax .:t"iltCat0..
182, dated the 2nd day of June, A. D.
-oTO 1913, h.:s fiV-J i sa J iortificates in my
MEETMISS oTie: and ..is r-.ade apical: for
DENNISON.Mrs. t.x deeds to issi in ;.f'..0r'.LJ'e1! h
I Isn S-i i,: cer
G'Neal was hostess last lollowing uescrioeu property, s=: uatcd
evening to a number of local alumnae in Orange county, Florida, to-wit .
: L W. of Miss RoLlina Isabel College annison to ,have of New them meet i Ea No.'"nville.18,, I,'.j 2 .::-d 1. I :lock ,\
YIJrk.1 NJ. 182: lots 6 and S. block 3,
who will have charge of the : E;'.tonville.
and pire organ department at Rollins A he said land being assesses -\t the Pure Ice CreamMade
College this year. Miss Dennison is date of the issuance of such ctifi-
an accomplished musician cates in the name of :M. B. Brazw!.
Phillips and is a Unless said certificates shall bee-
notable addition to Rollins' excellent deemed according law tax dec Is
faculty. Light refreshments were will issue thereon on the 26th day of
served. October, A. D. 1915.
Witness my official signature and In Orlando
-- seal this the 25th day of September,
& SOCIETY NOTESOF A. D. 1915. ...
Sunday INTEREST.afternoon at 4:30 o'clock (Seal.) Clerk County Circuit B.,M.Florida.ROBINSON Court Orange,
1 the regular monthly vesper service 9-25-4t
will be held at the Baptist church.
The program Sentinel, which, has will been appear carefully in tomorrow's FavoriteTODAY'S Phone 566-666
arranged by W. S. Branch, Jr., and
promises to be one of especial inter-
est to the lover of music. Several PROGRAM
local musicians and organists will American. "The Resolve." A dra-
assist Mr. Branch, and the service is ma and, in Winifred two reels Greenwood., featuring Ed. Coxen
being looked forward to with great Alwin. "The Count."
interest. Smasher.Keystone" Comedy. "The Baggage
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Mrs. J. P. Holbrook, who has been Five cents to alL ----
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ORLANDO'S FAIR LEON VOTES BIG BOND ISSUE BIG ORDER FROM MIAMI IS RECEIVED !
The Subtropical Midwinter Fair, to I FOR DIXIE HIGHWAY BY LOCAL FACTORYThe i
do you be held at Orlando in February, is as- Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
suming a gratifying importance. Five Tallahassee, Fla.-Leon county, of Phillips Manufacturing company \
hope for in a counties have pledged exhibits, which Tallahassee, the Hill City of has received a substantial order
DIRECTORS AND :
amusement attractions have been secured Florida, is the capital, voted for a from a Miami concern for machinery I EMBALMERSReal
varnish? and additional equipment pro- bond issue of $200,000 by an overwhelming equipment.Try .
vided for. A special feature will' be majority.This .
the harness races, which are enlistingthe vote means that the Dixie a Sentinel want ad. Values Low p14S
attention of leading men in that I highway through Leon county will
THE line throughout the countI'}'. The Or- I I soon be constructed, and that several COMPARE
lando dates have been changed so as (I I county roads radiating from the citywill 'I
AW 'Off not to conflict with the South Florida I be rebuilt under the direction of OUR FURNITUREWe
fair in this city, and both may be a competent engineer. OYSTERS[ !
UiJTROVARNISBES visited with much profit and enjoy
provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
ment.Tampa Tribune. WINTER PARK PAVEMENT WILL by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
BE GROUTED I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Ninety thousand deaf mutes in th can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
United States are engaged in a bitter The Southern Clay Manufacturing stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
though noiseless war. Unlike the company has recently been awardedthe THE MODEL CAFE IS SERV-
belligerents in Europe they know exactly contract for paving one mile ofthe ING THE BEST NORFOLK
When you buy varnish for your what they are fighting about, streets of Winter Park. The
floors appearance you hope that of those it will floors improvethe and ,I and, divided into two classes, neithei streets will be paved nine feet wide OYSTERS. RECEIVED DAILY McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
that it will be durable.Unfortunately side will surrender. It is merely a with Dunn cut lug brick and will receive -
of One insists OUR REGULAR 25c. MEALS Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
S much that is sold for question a grouting of cement. Amongthe
floor varnish won't realize that hope that the oral or lip reading systembe streets which will be paved are AND
for you.Lawson's. adopted exclusively, while the other New England, Weber, and Interlachen
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas is standing firmly for expression avenues. 15c. SPECIALS
a wonderful.deep.lustrous finish. It is I I
easily applied because it works easily. It I of thought by means of signs. Have Satisfactorily solved the
is unequalled for durability and will not and
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- I o YOUNG MATRONS WERE ENTERTAINED Engraved Stationery
free in from five to seven hours and gets We are officially informed that WEDNESDAYThe high cost of living problem.
hard in twenty-four hours.
|there is considerable activity among
As for economy. Lustro has a covering
capacity that is wonderfuLTry : the citrus fruit buyers, and oranges regular Wednesday afternoon
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor are selling around 65 and 70 cents on meeting of the Young Matrons was
Varnish at our risk.returnable if unsatisfacory. I NOTHING CHEAP ABOUT ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
the tree. This is considered a very held at the residence of Mrs. S. E.
good price at the present, and many [ves, Jr. The club prize for the afternoon THEM because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
Made by Valentine & Co. I ,
I consignments are being made. Grapefruit bridge game was captured by and deliver the goods in Orlando.
Manufacturers of is somewhat higher, a few sell- Mrs. Jos. Bumby, Jr., and the guest QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
ALSPAR and ing for $1 on the tree.-Arcadia prize went to Mrs. Geo. McCulloch.
I PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
VALENAMELAll News. A salad course was served by the
I D FOR-SALE- hostess during the afternoon. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. BRANCH,
We have a quantity of galvanizedpipe GERMANS TAKE OSTROW THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
to be had at sell be-
hand that will
on we Berlin.-The capture of the Russian ___ __ ____
tween now and October 1st, at the
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT following prices city of Ostrow was announcedby The Model Cafe
STORE 1-2 in.. $4.20 per hundred feet. the war office. SKATING RINKLADIES'
3-4 in.. $5.50 per hundred feet.
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. 1 in., $7.75 per hundred feet.
11-4 in., $10.30 per hundred feet.
11.2 in., $12.30 per hundred feet. FORAGE GROCERY CO.
2 in., $16.50 per hundred feet.
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -
This pipe we want to sell beforeour
FOR new lot comes in. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
SALEI We will cut this pipe to yoar order.
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT .
Our electric machine will have your
cutting done while you wait. Do not INSTRUCTORS.Open .
I'miss a good thing while you have a All Next WeekCut
5 acres, quarter mil: from city, half chance. We sell larger sizes in pro- Saturday 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
in bearing budded orange
$1,500. 9-23-St F. JOSEPH RAEIIN. This Out and Save It Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young
I Gilbert Leach of the Leesburg Com-
bearing small house. $2,000.
mercial is prosperous. He has found
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good Uneeda Biscuits 5 cent size, pkg 4c Cottolene, medium size per can .30c
a dollar bill which wasn't working. ADMISSION 10 CENTSRollins
citrus land, 2 acres fine truckingland. All lOc. packages of National Cottolene, large size, per can.. .$1.23;
On this idle bill he pinned a slip and
$600.00. Biscuit Co's Crackers .. .3 for tae; Snowdrift, No. 5 pail per pail .;)Oc
everybody who gets it is requested
60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small All 5c. packages of National Sno"drift0.. 10 pail per pail. .93c;)
to write on it what he paid with it.
grove; 4-room house; good barn Biscuit Co.s Crackers ...6 for 23: Lard Compound, in bulk pound lOc
We sympathize with the linotype operator Winter ParkOldest
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 Lemons, per dozzen .. .......15e Wesson Cooking Oil, quart ran. ..2:>c College,
who has to set that slip "copy"into
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small Sliced Bacon in one pound boxes, Wesson Cooking Oil in bulk, per
house, garage and outbuildings.The .I type when it finally comes backto per pound .. .. .. .............30c gallon . . .. . ... ..73c; College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-Colleg-, Academy,
land corners on large spring the Commercial as payment for ayear's Fox River, Gold Seal, Blue Valley Kerosene Oil, 5 gallons for .... .60c Music Expression Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts Bus-
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. subscription. and Golden Dale Cream No. 1 Raw Peanuts 2 pounds, for 15c iness. Teachers' Course.
40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, Jacksonville has tourist ery Butter, per pound ........33c Best Head Rice, 4 pounds for. .. .25c Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
$1,000. already a Granulated Sugar, per lb. 6Vic Salt in bulk, per pound . . .Ic nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
bureau opened and ready for businessand music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
Orange Blossom Honey, per comb 17c Grits. Meal Corn Oats and for Business School full New chemicaland
West Palm Beach is beginningthe rooms banking equipment.
City and Country erection of a board of trade build- :Mallo Icing and Topping per can 18c and Scratch Feel per lb-----2Vic physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
Three bottles of Olives .. ...23c; Dried Peaches per pound .. lie soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
Property At War ing for a similar purpose. Where, oh Three bottles Sweet and Sour Dried Apples and Seeded Raisins boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
where is our Board of Trade build- nominational moderate scholarships available. For
ing? Hope it did not "die a-borninV Pickles . . . .. .. .. 25c in pkgs, per pkg . .. . .12c address, ; expenses ; SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.catalogue
Time PricesCALL Two bottles Tomato Catsup .. .. 15o Macaroni and Spaghetti, lOc
NOTICEI Pure Apple Cider Vinegar quart.20c size, 3 packages for .. .. 25c:
Pure Apple Cider Vinegar pint ..10c Pillsbury's Best Flour 24 16.) sack $1 :
OR PHONE --
am having many applications for Barrel Vinegar, per gallon .. 23c; Pillsbury's Best Flour, 12 lb. sack 50c
E. C. YoungRoom houses, furnished and unfurnished. Household Ammonia 2 bottles for lye: Town Talk Pastry Flour 241b. sk 93c: The 18ItOF
If you have any to rent I should be No. 2 Lamp Chimneys, 2 for. ... 15c 12 lb. sack . .. .. ... ..48ci
10, McNeill Phone 569.& Davis Block. very II. B.glad Leake to,list 312 them.Broadway Call 45 on East Mrs Blueing, Tall bottle per bottle .4c 6 lb. sack .. .. ... .23cI ;) CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Pine, or phone 179. 1-9-24-61 Fish }Flakes 3 cans for . . 23c; I I,Lenox Soap 8 cakes for .. .. .25c OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Oysters 3 cans for. . . . .20c j Toilet Paper 8 rolls for . ... .2jcI
-- --- Tall Salmon per can .. .. . 9c |Best Corn 3 cans for .. .. 23c FRESH AND SALT MEATS
MisdirectedEconomy Don't Forget Us Shrimps, per can .. . ....10c I Good Early June Peas 3 cans for 23c: Kept under the best sanitary conditions. ,
Sardines, perfect goods, 7 cans for 23c; I No. 2 Tomatoes 3 cans for . .20c Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Chili Con Came 3 cans for . 23c Hominy No. 3 can 3 cans for. .23c; and pure.
Vienna Sausage, 3 cans for .. 23c; Campbell's Soups. 3 cans for ..2cr :) We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
when in r
Chipped Dried Beef, 2 cans for ..25c; 10 cent size Syrup 3 cans for. 23c everything in the Meat Line.
need of Roast and Corn Beef, per can. .20c Van Camp's Baby size Cream :3 .
having Trying your to save work a handled few cents by inferior by- I Hamburger Steak 2 cans for .. 23c;) cans for . . . .. .. lOc JBi. JVT.: Self & Co.
Tripe, large can per can .. ..20c Van Camp's Tall size Cream 3
hands. Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. cans for .. . . . 21c PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Your personal influence is PRINTINGSatisfaction 1, per can . .. .. ... OSc :Welch's Grape Juice per quart ..40c1Velch's
greatly enhanced you are :\0.2, per can . .. .. .13c Grape Juice per pint. .22c
clad in immaculate linen. I
Van Camps Pork and Beans No. Armour's Grape Juice per quart ..33ci :
3, per can . . .. . .. ...17 c i I Armour's Grape Juice per pint -20c
OrlandoSteam Blue Label Catsup pints, per bot 20c Armour's Star Hams per pound .18c
j Apple Butter, 10 c. size per can I Swift's Premium Hams, pound. .20c
or glass .. .. .. ... ... 9c 'Best Breakfast Bacon per lb. .22c ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
LaundryFRENCH GuaranteedOur Extracts, lOc. size, any brand. 2 I White Bacon .lOc. per pound and up
bottles for . . . . .13c Fresh Country Eggs, dozen .. .30c
DRY CLEANERS Prices Yellow Corn Meal per package. .1 Oc II PILLSBURY'S FLOUR BBL.. .$7.20
SHEET METAL CO
LAUNDERERS Hecker's Pancake or Buckwheat I TOWN TALK FLOUR BBL.. .$1.00
Flour, per package ........ ...lOc -
PHONE 88 =:
I are reason I I Cream of Wheat per package ,.14c OUR FEED PRICES ARE AS
I Shredded Wheat, 2 packages for 23c: FOLLOWS: Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos ,
able. Grape Nuts 2 packages for.....2:>0 Best Oats per sack . ..... ..$1.90
Fire InsuranceCOOK Quaker Corn Flakes 4 pkgs for ...25cI'I Best Corn, per sack .... .... ..$1.90 and Rubber RoofingsCornices
Kellogg's Corn Flakes 3 pkgs for 23c I i Scratch Feed per sack ... .. ..$2.10
"Quality" Our Walter Baker's Chocolate, half I j II(Wheat, per sack .. .. .... .$2.40 Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Hrtal Ceilings
& BAAS pound for . . .. .. .. ...20c Bolted and Water Ground Meal
Walter Baker's Cocoa half lb. j j per sack ..................:2.10 ORLANDO
Motto Works: 14 E. Church -
Christ Building can .. . . ... ..... 22c Molasses or Sweet Feed per sk
Instant Potsum quarter lb. can. .23e: i $1.75, $1.90 and $2.00
Arbuckle's Coffee, per one lb. pkg 20c Shorts, per sack .. .. .. .. .. .$1.80
For Sale At RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Bliss Coffee, one lb. can. .. .. 27c Salt, 100 pound sacks .. .. .63c:
White House Coffee one lb. can 33c
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll Good Ground Coffee in bulk lb. 13c: We always sell the cheapest and
Your Price work guaranteed and neatly Crisco small size, per can .. 23c meet all competition between Jacksonville Orlando Meat Market
done. Our work is the best Crisco, medium size, per can ."5e: and Tampa, and sometimes doa The
and our prices are the lowest. Crisco, large size per can . 83c little better. i (
This is the place to have your T. A. YANCY, Jr., Manager
old clothes made new. Call at the Forage Grocery Company, Orlando's -
10-Room. House, Lot 180x200, Lrrgest Grocery Store, and save money. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Suit scrubbed and
faces on three streets, 2 blocks Suit dry cleaned, pressed75c. We give Quality and Quantity, Honest Weights Florida and Western Meats
from center of City, east side. Suit All Palm pressed --- pressed60C.1 I'and Measures. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. and pressed -------_____50c I' Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Mohair suits pressed25c..
We do ladies' work Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
also. Give Forage Grocery Company /
I us a trial and be convinced. PHONES \ResIdence, 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.What .
J CARL DAMN Clothes called for and delivered. W. Church St.
t Phone 613. Telephone 638. 21 i
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-uluber.: E 4ath: and Shingles I I SENTINEL 1:,::1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS I II
WANTS I Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1
& ; l I ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW
I It t I Phone G17
The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
I,Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
Ad Medium in Orlando.Terms I Phone 161
I worth Building.
Cash in Advance.
Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES I
For One Day _________-___25t FRANK SMITH DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Three Da>- ____________50c
For Six Days _______________75c
... For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
This rate applies on all ads of
172 Phone 72
25 words or less. If the ad con-
+ tains will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins Block .Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
&.. each additional word, for each in- I Davis McNeill Block
A\\ I sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to
r the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
Every Home-Every Business! R. RAY WHITE
Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
I ATTORNEY-AT Room 44 LAW I No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
FOIl SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
F. A. PEPPERCORN
FOR SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good
condition. Write Box 567.
4 .9-23-tfc BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER Phone 37
I Furnished 14 room house, on brick
I I street, arranged for light housekeep-
ing. Splendid location; large lot. '
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract & SALLAS
one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 208 Boone Street
i poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3-
6-9-tf Yowell-Duckworth Bldg Phone 597.
: II ROOMS TO RENT for light house- L. Percival Hutton
>>:? keeping; all modern conveniences.
312 E. South street. Phone 403. SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping House FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
cle, furnished unfurnished,
or by McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
for housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable the season, month or year, with gar- PROMPT AND ACCURATE
trouble and drudgery, of all' the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- age, garden, fruits and flowers. Ap- WORK Florida.
to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-1moc
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas ply :
HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffias fresh from the Gas Range! FOR RENT-Several houses, furnished .
and unfurnished. Well lo-
She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe cated. Call Mrs. H. B. Leake at 312 Engineer
Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then 179. 9-22-Gt 47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.
it does a bath. (t)
the Gas Water Heater-how quickly warm FOR RENT-Splendid office in the
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeping. Is your house- Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, Phone 72
work a drudgery or a pleasure? agent. 9-15-tfc -
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Department FOR nished RENT-Fuller; Lucerne Circle residence; for season., fur- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU
Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent. OPTOMETRIST
.. 9-15-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENS*
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
at 306 East Church street; cheap Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
rate to permanent parties; no children ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPAmmG
FOR or year RENT-By, one upstairs the season flat for, month light, ARCADEMILK McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
: SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ housekeeping; also other rooms, and 1
house.garage, Apply electric 300 lights East and.Conc bath rd ave.in FOR
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll WANTED Caruthers FlowersLeave
your orders here
WANTED second hand Ford touring .
car. Address Box 28, Plymouth, DEPOT
y the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit WANTED-Salesman Fla. and collectorfor 3-24-3t Violet 'Dell Florist.
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest Orange county. Call at 43 East II
Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-6tc
BUTTER MILK- J. II. CARUTHERSPhone
.. .. .. ..
prices .. .. .. .. WANTED-To trade for. car, a new Fresh 509. 408 South Lake St.
modern 6 room house, in good loca-
tion. Quick, as this is a bargain.C. 5c. per glass ___ __ n ____
E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway,
Fla. 9-21-6t 25c. per gallon
The rainy season is the best time to set
YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed CREAM\ AND MILK CUNT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone an outside service depart- BUTTER I 375
ment and is prepared to gheou
year's growth in advance of trees set prompt attention. We have a compe- Fresh Homemade W Jefferson Street
tent man who will fit keys, repair
next fall. your trunk, or do anything in the re- SANDWICHESARCADEMILK Successor to
pair line. He is ready to go at your
call now. Just phone 304.
9-12-1moc Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send today:for Catalog, Description List, and lowest New crop onion sets just arrived, DEPOT of All Kinds
Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin.
prices to the above address Full line garden, field and flower PROMPT SERVICE
seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man,
prop. City Drug Store. 1-9 23-lmoc I REASONABLE PRICE*
. . . . . . . . . ...........
- - - - - - - . BANSCHBACH
. . . . . I . . . .. . . r . . . . LAWN MOWERS sharpened and CEO.[
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
I I Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc Cabinet MakerDoors i Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
: Harness Makingand PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to- i
mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- -
i Repairing field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, Screens, Porch Swings,
FOR SALE : 25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
I I endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry Folding Card Tables, Cedar i
land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each.
$ :, All kinds of leather repairing: such Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Chests, Flower Boxes, PedesJ J
Ii Iithe as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, 9-15-d&w-tfc tals, etc. Also Repair \V I Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
Will offer for sale for a few days Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers All Work Guaranteed
Auto Cushions and Tops, also repaired; keys fitted; locks re-
get your scissors sharpened. paired; anything in the repair line is
property corner Orange Avenue, our line. Just phone 304, Young's 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
Repair Shop, and our man will call HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 23: West Church Street, in Hopkins at once. 9-12-1moc NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par-
Shoe Shop. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist son Browns, and tangerines; rough
the skating rink property, for $26,000. church are preparing a box to be sent lemon sour and grapefruit stock from ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
W. A. Boston to the orphanage at Enterprise. Do- Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year nations of clothing, materials, or cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
Fla, Route 2. 9-23-lmoc
9-16-12t' money will be gladly accepted, not
later than September 28th. Send do- .
and interest at six per cent. nations to Methodist parsonage. Mrs. E. Limerick and Mrs. F. J. -
1.9226t'RIDE Allen have rented a room in the
I Arcade archway, and beginning next Phone 204-
in Saturday morning will carry a line of
Jitney Bus one
FORD TIRSFront [ hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc California Co.'s toilet articles, ej*
tracts, Sterizol; also home cooked
C.A.HOVEYTry BUYERS AND SELLERSI foods, cakes, pies, bread, etc.; and
will appreciate the patronage of their A. B. Cook & Co.
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real former customers, friends and ac
$6.75 estate. Rave resided in Orlando, Fla, quaintances. l-9-24-2t Christ Building, Orlando.
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and SLAUGHTER SALE
$8.25'GOODfI i 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Rear Buy your wall paper cheap for the INVESTMENTS, LOANS
Umbrellas p ocovered and repaired next few days. Making room for our
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer STOCKS AND
: JACKSON AND "
a Sentinel Want Ad' "while you wait. ax Young's Repair Store, Court streeU Phone 67.
ORANGE AVENUE Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 9-5-tfe. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESI
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LOCAL AND PfRSONAl MiMiliM liilliilMIIIIIMIM
Mr. Jesse Bumby has goneto Georgia -
where he will spend several days
visiting points of interest.Mr. :
---=<- A. L. Wright, of Jacksonville, :
who has been visiting his brotherIr. :
Travel in Punama :\ C. G. Wright, returned to his :
and everywhere on American territory, ia simpffi by "A.B.A." home in the metropolis last night. : FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would 8-18-tf :
often be refused,for want of proper identifi tion. These chequesare
lf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for Mrs. Agnes Montreville, of DeLand, :
business or pleasure. who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. $10 A WEEKYOU
The State Bank of Orlando F. L. Helms, at 208 Lake street, returned :
home yesterday afternoon. :
Mrs. John Ponder and children,who : SPEND
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. H. :
terry, returned to their home in :
Jacksonville. yesterday afternoon. ..
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.818tf .
Mr. J. S. Brocksmith, one of Mait- :
l and's well known citizens, looked after :
business matters at the county
metropolis yesterday.Gen. .
and Mrs. T. P. Lamkin will :
leave today for Birmingham, Ala., : $10 A YEAR
where they will visit relatives and :
friends for several days. :
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
8-21-tf : .
Mr. W.: K. Shute has gone to Memphis :
Tenn., where he will spend a
couple of weeks looking after busi :,
ness matters.Dr. IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS
J. F. McKinnon returned last
night from Columbia, S. C., wherehe
had been attending a meeting of
the board of directors of the theological -
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you.:Mrs. C. R. Carter and daughter 8-12-tf, The Peoples National Bank
Mrs. Arthur Budge, have gone to
Tampa to visit Mrs. Carter's son and
\ daughter, Mr. Wright Carter and
Mrs. Nellie Rawls.
"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee, son and
daughter, Joe and Mary, have returned -
home from Atlanta, Ga.,where
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, they; have been visiting relatives and tllllllllllllllllllllllll'*IIIIIII"IIIIIIII'1111111111111111111111111'11111111'
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD friends.
How much did you save last monthin .1..IIIIII..I.CIII.IIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111" IIO.II'IIIIII"tt.SPECIAL .
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
TRY Better TRY Mr. R. C. Simpson was among those
IT BEST IT who departed yesterday to be absent .
for several weeks. He will go to :
Washington, D. C.. and points in Vir .
-- -------- Dr. and Mrs. M.\ M. Hannum Mrs '
J. N. Merrill and Mr. Ralph Merrill
motored to Orlando yesterday from '
11 Eustis sights.and spent the day enjoyingthe i 1 Touring Car complete, good running
How much did
you save last monthin
III cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
: condition. $175.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Saunders
& arrived in Orlando last evening: over:
. summer the Atlantic absence Coast pent Line in after the an North all 'fMrs. ,I 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger,' fine
and East on business and pleasure.
E. C. McDowell and daughter, : : running condition. $150.
Miss Louise, returned home yesterday; 1
afternoon from Jacksonville, where
JUST RECEIVED CAR 1
they have been visiting Mrs. McDow '
LOAD OF ell's brother, Mr. J. McQuaig..
Fresh bread, coffee cakes pies anda I
San Juan | |
full line of fancy cakes. Give us a Garage Company
trial. We aim to please. Phone orders .
Touring Cars promptly attended to. Phone
No. 52. Carl Jan en's Bakery (suc- Orlando Daytona
cessor to Chas. Rock,. 19225tcJudge <
$482.00 DeliveredF. T. Warlow went to Tampa DISTRIBUTORSMMeMMIIIIMIItllMMMIMMMIMIH
last night where he will preside over
the criminal court for Hillsboro county -
which is in session there tdoay, in '
G. RUSH place of Judge Gibson who has been i
disqualified in one case. t Ii t I 11 -_......... -_.- I 1\ 1 1 1 I .
32 East Church Street Phone 226
Miss Elmer Moseley, of Kissimmee,
stopped over in Orlando yesterday MMillllllllMIMIIIIIMMMimMimiMlillllimilHIIMiiiillM
i morning with friends, leaving in the
afternoon for Tallahassee where she Who Will Be Your Executor? J
J Women.will attend '.the State College lot
Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. l8- 1-tf
__ -- -- n_ Miss Nina Wray, daughter of Rev. I Your estate may be materially impaired as a .
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and Mrs. J. E. Wray, passed through direct result of appointment of an executoror t
atlllllllll.11111111111111111111111111111 Mlilliilll Orlando yesterday from Lakeland en trustee.
route to Jacksonville where she will : When an individual is appointed
teach in the public schools of that .
The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
FALL WEDDINGSAre is usually provided in wills that the person
Mr. G. W. Jones, the genial pro- .
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
prietor of the popular Favorite the :
from giving bonds.
atre, returned to Orlando yesterday :
now giving us the cove ted opportunity to gladdenthe afternoon from a lengthy sojourn at : When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense ,
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift Hot Springs. While away he also of the estate, and then only partial secu-
visited points of interest in Kansas. : rity against loss is provided.
SILVER, CUT GLASS, CHINA j Deposit your Savings Checks and : When a Trust Company is selected
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for :
The positive advantage of strong financial re-
ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE you. S-12-tl sponsibility is secured.A .
Dr.and Mrs.V.W. Estes and daugh- :
bond which has behind it the entire financial s
ters, who have been
Our stock affords an easy:; solution of the oft repeated making an automobile -
Institution is filed with
tour of the East strength of the always
question, What shall I give the bride? Coast, goingas
far south as :Miami have returnedto they Probate Court Bt nn coat to the estate.
Quality always the best-Prices always: "Correct." Orlando and report a most enjoyable Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
trip. this newspaper.
ASK TOUR FRIEND TO BUY A FRENDSHIP LINK Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Story and fam- i
HERE; ENGRAVED FREE ily, who have been spending the sum- Come in any time and freely ask for further
mer in the mountains of North Carolina information 'on this vitally important subject. t
dividing their time between You are always welcome, and our officers are always ; ji
Asheville aAd Hendersonville, have glad to advise.
returned to their home in Winter
T.D.EVANSJE'WELER Garden. DoctorsBiickiiiiisler The Orlando Bank & Trust Company
& RrullduC Orlando Florida
Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplusland: Profits $141,000.00'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII"'II'IIIIII'IIIY.IIII.IIIIII
.. iitmiMIIIIMMMIMtlMMMIilMH 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 578.
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