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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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YORK. SEPT. 25._". CAN ASSURE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE THAT AN ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY SETPROSPERITY
"AMONG THE INJURED"TLEMENT WILL BE REACHED WITH THE UNITED STATES REGARDING THE SUBMARINE CONTROVERSY," : AHEAD

HASSADOR VON BERNSTORFF DECLARED TODAY, "AND WITHIN A FEW DAYS I WILL RETURN TO WASHINGTON -
Many a mother has joined FOR A CONFERENCE OON THE SUBJECT WITH SECETARY LANSING HE ADDED. "I HAVE BEEN IN CONSTANT Senator Hoke Smith of

"The Worry Club- the COMMUNICATION: WITH BERLIN," HE SAID "REGARDING THE MATTER AND IT'S ONLY MATTER OF A Georgia believes 11 t cent

football season was ushered FEW HOURS WHEN ALL MISUNDERSTANDINGS WILL BE ENDED FOREVER." THIS IS THE FIRST TIME\ FOR A cotton is in sight following

in yesterday. CONSIDERABLE PERIOD THAT THE GERMAN\ ENVOY HAS SP KEN FOR Pl'HLICATION cablegrams from Berlin. .






THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER: 26, 1915. NUMBER\ 195.




GREECE AND ROMANIA CONTINUE WAR





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DESPITE BULGAR'VS SHE WILL DECLARATION | I lARGE INCREASE IN THE H WILMINGTON MAYOR AND REMOVALOFEMBARGO[ [ MAY Y


REMAIN NEUTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS I CITY OFFICIALS INDICTED



GREECE WILL FULFILL TO LETTER I' THiSYEAR t I MAYOR MOORE AM CITY-OFFICIALS -I jury for alleged election frauds. They BRING 14CNT[ COTTON SOON

HER TREATY WITH SERBIA INDUTEI BY SUPERIOR will not be tried until the November
COURT; GRAND JURY FOR term of court. They will be recog-

SCHOOLS OPEN TOMORROW: I ELECTION' FRAUDS-23 OTHERS nized for their appearance at that -

Austro-Germans Keep Up Bombardment FALL UNDER CHARGESOF time. .
AND. EVERYTHING IS BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY I GERMAN BUYERS ANTICIPATING
Hurl Mil GRAND JURY-TRIAL UP The grand jury, before adjourning
-May IN READINESS
I NOVEMBER TERM OF COURT. today, returned 23 presentations for I DIPLOMATIC\

lion Troops Into Serviain action by the November grand jury, Boston National 5, Pittsburgh League 2. I VICTORY FOR U. S.
School Board Has Met
Short Time EveryProblem Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 25.Seven and it is presumed that a goodly num- Brooklyn 8, Cincinnati 4.
and Can Take Care of these Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4. I
men, including Mayor P. Q. Moore, ber are against persons
London, Sept. 25.-An official of Predicted Increasein and other city officials, were indicted charged with violation of the election New York American 5, St.League Louis 3. GREAT BRITAIN IS BUYING HEAVilYFirms

statement issued by the Bulga- AttendanceThe Thursday by the superior court grand laws. Cleveland 6-1, New York 5-6. I
Sofia St. Louis 2, Boston 3.
rian government, at to- ----- -------- ---
Deposit Security With
Chicago 8-5, Philadelphia 1-3.
night md received here faculty and officials of the
says pub-
Detroit 5-9, Washington 1-3.
STORM SWEEPS JAMAICA the American Consulate
that Bulgaria has no hostile intentions lic schools met yesterday and com- ; Federal League at
but has firmly resolved Newark 4-0, Pittsburgh 2-1. Berlin Guarantee Cot-
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her and independence pleted arrangements for the openingof Brooklyn 6, Chicago 12.
to safeguard rights KINGSTON IS BADLY
force the Orlando schools set for tomor HITS Buffalo 5-4. St Louis 10. ton Not for Army
if
by ,
necessary Baltimore-Kansas City, rain.
of arms,and owing to the move- t row morning at 7:15 o'clock. Every- r -- I Southern League I
Washington, 25.Nothingshort
Sept.
ments of the troops of her thing is in readiness for the success- TERRIFIC EQUINOCTIAL STORM BULLETIN Atlanta 10, Memphis 8.
: Mobile 3-9, Little Rock 5-6. of 14 cent cotton is expected by
neighbors, Bulgaria is forced to ful launching of another year of edu- I Kingston Jamaica Sept. ';3.-A Birmingham: Chattanooga 1-3 .
SWEEPS OVER ISLAND OF
Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia following -
declare an armed neutrality. cation for the boys and girls and terrific storm has been sweeping over New Orleans 7;, Nashville 11.
Negotiations with representatives JAMAICA CUTTING OFF KINGSTON this island for two dajs. l cablegrams received by him :

of both groups of belligerents young men and women. Hundreds of AND DOING CONSIDERABLE Kingston was cut off from all communications C. II. BAKER. COUNTY AGRICULTURAL from Berlin stating that the German
will continue the state- dollars have been expended on new AGENT. READ PAPER
last night and the wires i
DAMAGE-STORM SWEEPS | firms which recently offered to buy 3
concludes. and it is there AT GAINESVILLEC.
ment equipment, predicted restored
were not until today.
declarationthat AROUND THE COAST AFTEI6 I one million bales of American cotton 3
Despite Bulgaria's will be an increase in attendanc of The storm was worst in the western -
intends to remain BREAKING IN CENTRAL II. Baker demonstration had deposited securities with the i
she neutral from 100 to 200 pupils. Accordinglyevery WESTERN section of the island and was this | county
Greece and Roumania continue effort has been made by the PORTION OF ISLAND.FOOTBALL .afternoon sweeping around the coast. I agent for Orange county, who is at- American consulate in Berlin to cover 1
their warlike preparationson school board to meet this increase. I tending the convention of the state the purchase price and guaranteeing 1

the Bulgarian frontier. The rearrangement of the interiorof demonstration agents at Gainesville, that the cotton would not be put to
Greece has let it be known the high school building has TRIES TO PUSH I delivered an interesting and helpful military use or for naval purposes. '
that she intends to fulfill to the bfefore the convention
i changed it in a manner that will work paper yester- As it costs two cents to deliver cot- 1
letter the treaty with Servia out to great advantage in handlingthe BASEBALL OFF THE STAGE day on the subject of "Grasses and ton to Berlin this makes the price of- 3
which binds Greece to declarewar Forage Plants in "
school work. The high school I! Orange County. fered equivalent to 14 cents in the
on Bulgaria the moment classes will be confined to the upper The convention came to a successful United States. "I
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that Bulgarian troops attack floor, leaving the rooms on the first PIGSKIN TOSSERS OPENED THE and the close last night. The view entertained by Senator i
Servia or strike at Macedonia.The floor for the grades in that building.The Cambridge Crimson rooters In the discussion of his subject Mr. Smith is that German cotton.buyers, 1
Austro-German forcesare SEASON IN EAST YESTERDAY I I predicted a 30 to 0 score. Pennsyl- Baker touched native
rearrangement of the stairwayshas upon grasses in hnticipation of this government
keeping continuous SEVERAL GOOD GAMES IN I vania met the University of West first, and later of those
up a added much to the safety of the spoke grasses winning in her protest against an absolute -
i bombardment of the entire Ser- Virginia outfit and the rooters from which have been introduced in this
building in the event of fire and has THE SOUTH-YALE SWAMPED embargo against cotton as con-
the West
vian frontier. It is stated that also provided additional rooms. MAINE-COLBY SCORED ON confident that Virginia the institution were section. The subject is one of great traband are willing to buy in this

? soon a sufficient number of I| The introduction of the commercial I1.RVARnEOUGLE.SY would "smaller" eleven interest to Florida farmers and will country, believing that the cotton will
heavy guns will be assembledand give Pennsy a real fight. no doubt bear fruit by an increased
course in the high school is regardedas Football be .delivered next spring when the
OVER NEWBERRY.New Results
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at work cutting a gap of great miportance. The pupil Knoxville, Tenn.-University Yesterday Tennessee interest in the development of the embargo obstacle has been removed.

through which to hurl 800,000 now has the option of taking either York, Sept. .-The majority.I 101, Carson Newman Acad. culture of forage crops throughoutthe Great Britain is now buying heav

'Artctr -German troops into SerI.f.f. the commercial or the college prepar- of the eastern footballers made their emy: 0. state. ily in this country.For .
Chattanooga, Tenn.-University of
: atory course. debut today when something like 50 Chattanooga 27, Rea County High 0. some time there have been evidences -
-- "At the beginning of this school college games, the first on the 1915 Lexington, V Washington and WILL SPEND THE WINTER IN of Germany buying cotton in
Russian Success year a few preliminary remarks may schedule, were staged. Lee 14, Davidson 0. ORLANDOMr. this country and many men in high

London Sept. 25.-Latest official not be out of place," said one of the Western football, howeveron't; Brandon Chattanooga Training, Tenn.-Sewanee School of Mur-4, official circles maintain that her activities -
Russian statistics confirm reports of school officials today. "It has been make its bow until next Saturday, at freesboro 0. and Mrs. II. J. Lord and family have been the element that
the recapture of the fortress of Lutsk. said that he who chases two hares which time all the big colleges in the Athens, Ga.-Georgia 76, Newberry have arrived in Orlando from Step- has gradually increased and steadily

The Russians are continuing their will catch neither, and still more eloquently sunset section of the country will College 0.Macon ney, N. Y., and will spend the season manifests the high price of American
Ga.-Mercer t fi, Gordon 0.
Successes along the southern end of .
here.
that no man can serve two commence operations. Cambridge.-Harvard 39, Colby C. They are at present located at cotton.
i the line and have extended their successful masters. is Princeton N. the Empire hotel.
Experience daily provingthe Practically all the big elevens in J.-Princeton 13,
1 resistance as far as Logischin, truth of these statements and the east 'figured in the gridiron bat- Georgetown 0. I W. J. BRYAN IN STATE; SPOKEAT

I to the northwest of Pinsk, where von showing the fallacy of trying to fol- tles today, but most of these were New Carlisle Haven., Pa.-Carlisle Yale 37, Maine Indians 0. 0, Tom Ellis, much to the regret of JACKSONVILLE FRIDAY

Mackensen has met with a setback. low two master passions. regarded merely as "conditioning"games Lebanon Valley 0. his many friends, went this week to NIGHT
The position of the Russians from "Xo pupil can succeed with his by the coaches. Hanover, N. II.-Dartmouth 13, Dr. Christ's hospital in Orlando wherean

Vilna to the Galician frontier appearsto school work if social functions or oth- Yale met the University of :Maine Massachusetts Aggies 0. operation was performed on his Jacksonville, Fla.-"There can be 1

have been improved greatly, three er work occupy most of his time and eleven in the annual duel, and the Eli 84,Greenville.Furman University S. C.-Clemson 0. Tigers neck. Kissimmee people generally no permanent peace built on force and .

distinct victories having been recorded thoughts. If his master passion is supporters looked for a comparativelyeasy Nashville, Tenn.-Vanderbilt 51, hope to soon hear of his complete re fear," said William Jennings Bryan, 1
at widely scattered points on the for social functions, theatres, ice victory. Harvard's warriors Middle Tennessee Normal 0. covery.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ex-secretary of state, in an address i
eastern front. This achievement has cream parlors, and the like, his school grappled with the Colby eleven in Randolph-Macon Charlottesville 0.N. C.-Virginia 20, delivered before a large crowd in the -

mitigated the uneasiness felt in Eng work will be a failure. Every teacher ----- -- fruit, particularly the latter. The :Morocco Temple last evening, "and j
land as to the attitude of Bulgaria. is solicitous standard announced the if the nations at
concerning the wel- by govern- now war spent one-
fare of every pupil and earnestly de- HADMITTEDTAKING FEDERAL INSPECTION OF ment is the same as that put in forcein tenth of the amount they have for
Greeks Feel Relieved sires the co-operation of each parent California last year, and is much war advocating peace there would be :
Athens, Sept. 25.-Great relief has in the endeavor to lead their children higher than the present Florida state no war today." '
been caused throughout Greece by the in the pat hot right to truth. That ELIOT GIRL C CITRUS I T R U S F FRUIT R U I T IS standard. The war and its results to neutrals, j

order calling for the mobilization of parent who permits a child to neglect Grapefruit must contain at least the false philosophy which the na- ;

the army. The people apparently are his school work for company, par. seven parts of soluble solids to one tions have taught, and the way out of i
TO CHICAGOClearwater ANNOUNCEDA
r glad to exchange the uncertainties of ties, or other social functions during of acid, and oranges eight parts of the war were the main theme of Mr.
politics for the possibility of war. It the school week is not only encouraging soluble solids to one of acid. These Bryan's address. s

1 is not thought, however, that hostili his failure in school but also in Fla., Sept. .-The tentative standard of maturityfor figures are based on anhydrous tests "The present war is without paral.
1 ties will follow immediately, althoughit -stated in terms that will more read- lei in the history of the world," were j
life."The state closed its case in the Menden- citrus fruit, announced by the department -
1 is generally believed, in unofficial introduction of the commercial ily be understood by Florida growers, the opening words of Mr. Bryan, "and 1
circles at least, that a struggle be- course into the high school necessitates hall murder trial here at noon today. of agriculture, will put a grapefruit must contain six parts of the biggest war, with over 21,000,000men

J twitn Greece and Bulgaria can not be an entire change in the old Mendenhall: in his testimony said that check to the practice of dumping on sugar to one of citric acid; oranges engaged in slaughtering and kill .:

avciied, eventually. course of study which was becomingtoo they tried "to shake him down," but the market green oranges and grape- must contain seven parts of sugar to ing each other." To impress upon his

narrow to meet the present day he admitted having taken the younger one of citric acid. hearers the magnitude of the struggle -
Ureece to Proclaim Martial Law demands. While the course permits Eliot girl to Chicago. He denied em- with it the bodies and claim that the Four government inspectors will be he recited a few facts and figures,

Paris, Sept. 25.A Havas dispatch considerable latitude in the selection phatically that he murdered Mrs. whole affair was an accident. detailed for duty in Florida. It is and said that the number engaged in

from Athens says: of studies, the pupil is required tot Eliot. The little court room is crowdedat learned on good authority that the fighting exceeded the number of vot-
"Parliament will be called upon a take certain subjects which are The line of questioning indicated each session of the court. Thereare state agricultural department will ers in the United States.

its session next Wednesday not only deemed indispensable."The that the defense will probably charge many more than can secure en- adopt the same standard. This means -
to. proclaim martial law but to vote new courses given below are that it was the young woman who trance to the building, and these hang that the inspection will be thorough, ARRIVES FROM BALTIMOREMr.
|l upon declaring a state of siege i in only tentative, as they must be sub- had the revolver; that she attacked about the grounds, eagerly pickingup a; the work of the federal officials
Macedonia and other measures the mitted to the board of public instruc- Mendenhall; that the gun, deflected the bits of testimony as related will be supported by that of state in- and Mrs. A. Stewart Gibson
situation may demand. tion for their approval and adoption, when Mendenhall essayed to defend by those who come out of the court spectors. arrived in Orlando yesterday and are

"The national bank will advance but it is to be presumed that no ma himself, killed Mrs. Eliot, and that room. :Many: people attend the hear Penalty for violation of the stand guests ofIr.. Gibson's aunt, Mrs.

funds to meet the present needs. terial changes will be made at their another shot also intended for Men ings each day. ard will, on the first offense, result in Geo. R. Newell, at her home near

"It is reported from Sofia that Bul hands. denhall, struck Miss Eliot; that the The trend of opinion is that the seizure of the shipment. On the sec Lake Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson

garian mobilization is being carriedout "Sixteen units are required for flash of the gun set the car on fire state has surrounded Mendenhall witha ond offense, the penalty of confiscation were married in Baltimore, Md., on

normally, but .without enthusi graduation. A successful examina- because of some leak from the gaso mass of circumstantial evidence and a fine or jail sentence or Tuesday, September 21, and could
asm." tion upon any subject studied for a line tank; that Stemple, seeing the that will be very difficult for the defense both, for the offender. As inspection have selected no better place to spend

i period of eight;: months with five two women dead, and fearing that he to overcome, even with its ingenious will be made at the destination, as their honeymoon. Mr. Gibson is an .

Get your school books aid school 1 weekly recitations thereon for the en- might be implicated in a possible suggested plan of self defense well as at shipping points, there will experienced and capable newspaperman
supplies at Curtis & O'Nai tjjjgveek tire period entitles the pupil to one charge of murder, suggested to Men with the girl as the accidental be small chance of successful viola- and is on the staff of the Balti-
and avoid the rush. (Continued on page 4) denhall that they burn the car and slayer of her mother and herslf. tion of the law. more Sun.NEW .
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Central Florida Highway Association f priate. We do not want the name I Ii water, St. Petersburg, but New Port either the Orlando or Lakeland conventions I :state of Florida, as a part of the

i I changed. Richey, a young tourist town springing and that here you have a I J great system of highways connecting .,
Page; Conducted by Publicity CommitteeW. up on the banks of the beautiful membership of about fifty. i 1 Michiganders here with our former
Xl'Port Richey, Fla., "Cootie," and around Orange lake, for Especially do we claim recognitionon : :homes and friends in the Great Lakes
I" equally good reasons begs for recognition I the marked maps and publicity region.
:M. GLENN ORLANDO CIIAIKMAX. E. WOODS EUSTIS; A. J. Sept. 11, 1915. as being but just, especially so I| matter of the C. F. II. A. concerningthe I The name of the scenic Pithlasrhas-
HOLWOKTHY, LAKELAND J. D. UOO EY. OCALA. 11.1.. Smith Chairman
; Mapped
since New Port Richey the i Paradise .
was only Loop, because of our I cootie river should also be shown
Highway Committee, Orlando, Fla. town in Pasco county represented at !J! active boosting for good roads in the | (Continued on Page 9.)
HEADS J."LOIUD.HESOInEnS E. O'Dell Flint.
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Dear Mr. Smitn:-The Port Richey
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-o-- Settlers' Club, of New Port Richey, -
Standish :Man Ejected President at I New Port Richey, Fla., Fla., which as an organization is a IMilMIMHIItMIIIIMIIIMHIM IMilMilOlMMIM

Battle Creek :Meeting Sept. 11, 1915. member of the C. F. II. A., through

Mr. W. M. Glenn, Chairman Publicity 1 me, their delegate to the Lakeland
convention ask for a few points of THE PERFECT CLOSET \ .
Battle Creek \lich.-At a session Committee, C. F. II. Association, information, to-wit:
Orlando, Fla.
here the Michigan-Florida Tourists Dear Mr. Glenn-The attached Will the map of Paradise Loop of

association was made a permanent clippings might be of interest and the Dixie highway show name of NewPort .

organization and officers elected as I use to your committee. The Michi Richey? We notice that on American Water Closets have been installed by: us
follows: President Dr. R. McGuirk, gan-Florida association will give wide most qf the newspaper reports show ,{, in this town four years ago, at that time we guaranI -
of Standish; first vice-president; Mrs. I publicity. In sending these people ing the towns and cities through I' teed them for five years against any defects or mechanism -
M. N. Parkins, of Monroe; second information call attention to the fact which the Paradise Loop passes the <, : getting out of order. We could as well have
\icepresident.Irs.. F. E. O'Dell, of I that the Paradise Loop from our connection name of New Port Richey, Pasco ;; l I guaranteed them for 25 years as there has never been
Flint; and treasurer W. J. Ottaway, with the Central Dixie high- county, is not given. ;; ir a call for any repairs since their installation and there
of St. Clair. I way through New Port Richey, if you We respectfully call attention to w ,;? never will be any. The Closet is simply perfect. The
Dr. McGuirk who was elected pres- please, on to St. Petersburg and Tam- the fact that this section through ; tank contains nothing but air which answers as anA
ident; stated that at St. Petersburg pa, passes through a section that is which passes the west Pasco county :"i. air cushion! thus making the Closet noiseless, and at
Fla., there were 950 Michigan resi- being rapidly settled by __ :Michigan splendid rock macadamized highway a the same time preventing any water hammer in pipes
dents registered during the winter of people; that New Port Richey gives is one of the principal reasons for the ,.> :< which is very annoying all through the house. Where
name of Paradise Loop-ask Mr.\ g.. ". water is being measured
1914-15. one of the strongest reasons for'thename through a meter it will save
Dickie. If you doubt it, we invite you f' the price of itself in short
of "Paradise Loop" and is a a time as it is impossible for
TOURISTS :MEET young Michigan tourist city spring. to ride over our road along the banksof 4 '1i it to leak or run water only when you operate it. Water
FLORIDA
the scenic Pithlaschascootie riverto
ing up on the banks of the beautiful t"; %: closets have been a great source of annoyance to the
Pithlaschascootie river and around pass our orange and grapefruit ::1 ) Plumbing trade, even more so than to the public, and
Battle Creek, 5Iich.-Delegates to : Orange lake. groves, penetrate our hammocks of I feel satisfied that a great many of my friends will
Michigan-Florida association convention J We notice that most of the newspa- palm, magnolia and hardwoods, to agree with me on that point, but the American has
which will open here tomor- ] per reports do not give New Port ride over our pine-clad hills, and to solved the problem. Come and see it at our show
row morning, began arriving today, aI I Richey in naming the Paradise Loop feel on your brow the refreshing rooms and get our prices and guarantee.
contingent from Port lIuran headingthe towns and cities. We claim recogni- breezes as they come directly off the
Gulf of Mexico, of which and
van. The association is' composed i tion in so far as it is consistent by now
of tourists who spend their virtue of the copy of attached letter. then you catch a glimpse along the
well named Paradise of the | F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING
Loop
winters in Florida, and its object is to If I can give you any further in- Dixie highway. | CO.
secure better transportation facilities formation in regard to this section, I
from the railroads. The chief inter let me know. In speaking of Paradise Loop, 1 CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS.
admit that it is but natural to think '
est from a business standpoint lies in Yours truly,
the to be 'made the railroad \ of Brooksville, Tarpon Springs, Clear- I " . . . , . . ._ .. .
report by I GERBEN M. DeVRIES.P. - - - - - -
committee which consists of Attorney I. .-We of west Pasco county are
Henry Jacobs, Battle Creek; Albert talking of forming an association to
DeCamp, Lansing; W. II. Haymoyer, beautify the highway and making the
FOfoH.R
Detroit; F. V. Balch, Dryden, and F. name of Paradise Loop truly appro-


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shafts
3. per can, . . . .. .. .. .17c Armour's Grape Juice, per pint..20c transmission are the
Blue Label Catsup, pints, per hot 20c I]I Armour's Star Hams, per pound .ISc pnced at less than 1000. It develops alloy steels. The finish is put on with

Apple Butter, 10 c. size per can Swift's Premium Hams, pound. .20c 49 horse power-POWER in 25 color and varnish operations. The

or glass .. .. . .. .. .. .. 9c Best Breakfast Bacon, per lb. .. .22c abundance and power with chassis is thoroughly painted to pro-
Extracts, lOc. size, any brand, 2 1 White Bacon lOc. per pound and up marked of fuel. tect it from weather. Not a chance

bottles for . . .. . . 13c: : Fresh Country Eggs dozen .. 30c economy has been overlooked to make the car Four-Cylinder M-
Yellow Corn Meal, per package lOc PILLSBURY'S FLOUR, BBL.. .$7.0: The new motor is larger than last BETTER. And yet the price is lower and Price
Hecker's Pancake or Buckwheat TOWN TALK FLOUR, BBL.$7.00
: vear But many important changes because Studebakerwith its unlimited Touring Car, 7-pa enger
Flour per package .. . lOc
have been made in its design basedon Road.ter,3-paaaeDler -
Cream of Wheat, per package .He: OUR FEED PRICES AUES resources and its 148-acre plants and Landau-Road.ter,3-pa..eDl
Shredded Wheat, 2 packages for 23c; i' FOLLOWS: the Studebaker engineers' study years of manufacturing experience,

Grape Nuts, 2 packages for . 23c: Best Oats per sack . .. . .$1.90 ot tee 175.0(30( Studebakers running is able to effect economies that few, Commercial Ct
Quaker Corn Flakes pkgs for .23c; Best Corn, per sack .. . .$1.90 on the roads. if any manufacturers can approach.It's Panel Delivery Car .
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs for 23c; Scratch Feed, per sack . .$2.10 Open Expre Car- -. -.
Walter Baker's Chocolate half I Wheat, per sack . . . .2.10 But this GREATLY INCREASED the best car that Studebaker Station Wagon -

pound for . . . . .:!Oe Bolted and Water Ground Meal POWER isn t the only improvement built-and the best value on the mar- Six-Cylinder Aft
Walter Baker's Cocoa, half lb. { per sack . .. .. .. .. ..- ..$2.10: I in this 1916 Studebaker FOUR. It's ket at any price. And it won't take and Prices

can . . . . . . 22c Molasses or Sweet Feed, per sk a bigger car in every way-longer- long to convince you of that, either. Touring Car, 7-pawenger
Instant Potsum quarter lb. ("an. .:!3crbucJ..le's 1 $1.75; $1.90 and $2.00 I I 112 mcnes in wheelbase-roomier- The car will do its own talking. Butit Roadster,3-pas engerLandanRoadtUr. -
.\ Coffee, per one lb. pkg :20c Shorts, per sack . .. .. .. .$1.80 3-paue;
carries 7 COMFORT. talks better on the roads-or up a .
Bliss' Coffee, one lb. can . .27cWhite Salt 100 pound sacks . . 65c; .1 passengers in Coupe,4-paMeagef
House Coffee one lb. can 33c I Tires are larger-34x4 GooH.nch with hill. And so we'd like you to ride in Luaouaine. 7-pa nfer .

Good Ground Coffee, in bulk, lb. 13c; : We always sell the cheapest and I I Safety treads on rear. it. Why not today? F.O.B. Detroit

Crisco, small size, per can . 23c meet all competition between Jack
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Crisco, medium size, per can .t.:;c: son,iIIt' and Tampa and sometimes doa -- -- "
Crisco, large size, per can . .83c little better. :: LW'" it'
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Call at the Forage Grocery Company, Onlando's :1
See it ,
at
Largest Grocery Store, and save money..

We give Quality and Quantity, Honest Weight;

and Measures. New Cars justWrived. Come in and see them.



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glasses is under a heavy handicap. we have a file for the state press. j
Glasses seem to be a bar to golfing All of the Jacksonville hotels are '
DAilY SPORT LETTER
greatness. About one-third of the turning over their inquiring guests to
olfing fraternity in America wear the bureau for information regarding

BY FRANK C. MENKF glasses, yet in looking over the list of I the city and state, who will register
The Famous New York Sporting golfing stars one can not find a truly i their names and home address in ,

,Expert. great professional who wears glasses, ''I loose leaf registers, one provided for
and of all the wonderful amateurs each state in the Union. I

New York.*Harry Vardon heaves j Walter Travis is the only one who is We enclose herewith a floor plan "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
some sweet smelling bouquets in the a bespectacled one. and also a photograph print of the

direction of feminine golfers in an j I I, Nose glasses, it has been found, are .,terior. in-j
article in the September issue of the less of a handicap than the spectacles.I The west or right hand side of Unless Budded from A Bear-
Golfers' Magazine. j I glasses usually are held in place room on entering has been divided
"The standard of play among the rigidly; spectacles oftentimes swing into ten spaces each six feet wide :
fair sex is greatly underestimated," j around, especially when the body from floor to ceiling, which is twelve I ing Tree of Known Qualityand
said Vardon. "I believe if a series of I swings with the golfing stroke. feet high, and these ten spaces are '
long distance matches were conducted j The worst handicap for the golfer being offered to the first ten cities in '
of Produc-
between the greatest amateur men comes on rainy or damp days. The the state for the purpose of a displayof : Quantity
golfers, and the greatest women golfers I mist fogs his glasses impairing his framed photographs of scenic and

the latter receiving a half, that sight. The fogging requires the fre- other views. A continuous white |I tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
the men would be beaten. I quent removal of the glasses for re- enameled table twenty inches wide
j
"The quality of golf shown by wo- polishing purposes, and this removal runs in front of each of these spaces
men, in view of the physical handi- tends to throw the s.ght out of focus for the purpose of displaying the illustrated I

cap, is nothing short of marvellous."If I.I temporarily. folders and literature of the

:Mrs: .11. Arnold Jackson, of cities, with exhibit space between 'I five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
Chicago, played Francis Ouimet, of'' BUREAU TO ADVERTISE FLOR- counter and floor. An electric light
onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
Boston, a contest of 36 holes, I don't i IDA ESTABLISHED with reflector on each space will be
brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
half provided.We
think that Ouimet could concede ;
and win, provided that both showed i The Orlando Board of Trade will offer these spaces and our ser- I does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

their true form in the mr.tch. I have presented to it the prospectus of vices looking after the display of literature Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

"The pity is that when women play the Jacksonville Tourist and Conven- etc., furnished by the cities published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
against men they rarely! play their tion Bureau, the details of which are and answering all inquiries for the
I. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
standard game. Probably it is ner- given in a letter from the secretary sum of $300 per annum, payable at
of true merit.
from
vousness; probably it is because they Mr. II. II. Richardson, as follows: {'the rate of $25 per month in advance. a parent

try too hard. But the fact remains The bureau has opened permanent One particular space has no advan- To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

' that they always seem off: their real headquarters at No. 122 West Bay tage over the other, but it will be a a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
game in competition against the oth- street, a most central location, sur- ':case of first come, first served. Threeor
been in existence five falling each other to
rounded the hotels and' years, are over convince -
er sex. by principal four of the spaces are already
Miss Leitch Best Woman Golfer all the transportation ticket offices. !i spoken for. you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but Mr.

""Women as putters, are almost un- The bureau is supported by the bus- i'' Each city taking a space will provide Planter, ;you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
canny on occasions. It seems that iness men of Jacksonville for the following its own literature and framed the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

women on a golf course, when competing purposes: photos. Above the picture moulding rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
against one of their own sex. First: By its efforts to secure more is a space 18x6 feet, suitable for a
grow better and steadier as the nero tourists for Florida. I,sign giving the name of the city or You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

vous tension increases. Those who Second: To secure annual conventions county. On the side show windows at great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

have watched women in golfing tour of national and state org miza- I entrance we will at our expense letter bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
naments will agree with me on this. tions. in gold signs, the names of cities
I bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Time and again one opponent will Third: By means of attractive liter I taking the spaces, so that the visitors
I
hole a long, difficult putt, and the ature to advertise throughout the : passing along the sidewalk will be CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
other will follow with a shot just as country the advantages, possibilitiesand 'tracted to come in. at-I grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
brilliant." natural charms of Jacksonvilleand I It is expected that we will

Vardon considers Miss Cecil Leitch, Florida. many thousands of visitors
of England, the most wonderful woman -, Our policy will be to observe an I the bureau throughout the entire II

golfer in the world. He makes absolute neutrality as between any year. Ocklawaha Nurseries
this statement after seeing in action 'sections, towns or cities in the state, All the railroads and steamship'lines '

the greatest golfers among the fair but to furnish to our visitors strictly are co-operating with us in this 0. '\". CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
sex in the United States. reliable information on all subjectsand big effort to increase the number of
"Miss Leitch once beat Harry Milton all sections. We have secured an visitors coming to Florida. Does your OR
with the half allowance," said office staff each of whom is well city want to take advantage of this
Vardon, "and I am sure that under posted on all sections of the state. unique and unusual opportunity to I G. G. Wright, Agent
similar conditions she could take The headquarters of the bureau advertise your community? j I'
three out of four matches from any have been fixed up in a most attractive Any further information needed -8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.

male golfer in the world. Miss Leitchis style, all woodwork white enam- will be cheerfully furnished. Your

a fine driver, handles the iron with eled, and walls and ceiling paperedin !! prompt reply with return of the blue I
remarkable skill, and is a wonder on white. They are brilliantly lighted print and photograph if not interested ,
the putting green. She lacks nothing with electricity. The office furnitureis is requested.
in golfing greatness." in oak, and the front lobby is fur- Very truly yours, I

-0- nished with easy chairs, settees, and H. H. RICHARDSON,
Glasses Handicap Golfers tables of green willow. The tables I

There is no denying the fact that are provided with magazines relatingto Read the Morning Sentinel ror tie
the golfer who is compelled to wear golf, tennis, motoring, etc., and news. lOc. a week delivered. I'

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

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





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THE DAILY BUY AT HOME; BOYCOTT 1)

South Florida SentinelMORNING MAIL ORDER HOUSES. City Hall And Court IA. Poem For The Dayl1; 1
Thousands of catalogues from mail

AND WEEKLY order houses in Chicago and other House Notes SUDDEN LIGHTI More Tnan YourMone sWortn
::. GLENN ......................Editor
W. C. ES3INCTON .....BniintM Manager cities in the North and East are pour-
I
ing into the state to take the dollars have been here before,
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando Florida During the week many building But when or how I can not tell;
from local circulation and help to fat-
a Second ClaM Mail Matter. I know the the door
have been issued. Several grass beyond
permits
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ten the coffers of corporations hun- The sweet keen smell
Daily. I Year ........................ $5.00 dreds of miles from Florida. Thereis permits for dwellings have been issued The sighing sound, the lights around Saturday and Monday.
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.50 and several have also the shore.
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.25 only one way to break the mail or- permits .
Daily. 1 Month ................. ..... SO all been granted for repairs, improve-
der evil and that is for patriotic You have been mine beCore-
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... S1.00 citizens to boycott the catalogues and ments and various small additions. A How long ago I may not know;
home. permit was issued yesterday to Bed- But just when at that swallow's soar It's more than a year and a half ago since we
at
buy
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN business is ford Everingham, who will erect a I Your neck turned so, started these week end saving economies. To say that
The mail order a men-
frame house Some veil did fall-I knew it all of have been
successful describe
ace to the smaller cities, not only in six room, two story on they certainly does not
ADVERTISERS: Florida but in those states close to Ridgewood avenue, to cost $1,000. J.M. :yore. their wonderful popularity, which has steadily increasedas

CoP. for display. and all other hand-aet the larger cities. Many a town in : Cheney was given a permit to Has this been thus before? I the weeks have gone by. Come down Saturday or
ftdvertitinz mutt be handed in at the bauneu And shall not thus time's eddying
make repairs and improvements on \Ionday-any rid time-no time restrictions on our offerings -
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... Illinois Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and flight
the day before puMication. This rule applies has had business the Cheney block at the corner of Or- and judge! for yourself. You'l soon tumble to the
ilTariable Wisconsin many a Still with our lives our love restoreIn
to change for contract advertising; it
. and will l be strictly adhered to. failure because of its close proximityto ange and Central avenues. J. f. death's despite, reason.
will be the in And and night delightonce
Chicago. Not being able to compete Ange contractor chargeof day yield one
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel d&condnoed work. more?
the
should notify the office in writing on with the Chicago mail order -Rossetti. Do of these interest ?
the date of expiration otherwise it will becontinued houses, dry goods stores hardware -0- any you
at the regular subscription rate Wm. Martin of the
judge county
until notice to stop is received. stores and every other kind of a store COOK &
Telephone Numb-r ..................... it court, returned yesterday from a four BAAS. FANCY VOILES AND ORGANDIESWe -
and
have suffered, in many cases have
weeks vacation at Elizabeth City, N. must make more room for the new goods that
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 191;;. closed their doors. Branch distrib- Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
uting offices in cities representingmail C., and other points in that state. At ance promptly. Christ building. I are arriving almost every hour, so every piece of
Elizabeth City he visited with his 1-9-17-lmoc Flowered Voile and Organdie that we have in stock
order houses are submerging the I
The iron ring appears .to be tightening small town merchant and putting mother and other relatives and ranging in value from 25c. to 50c. per yard goes on

aroundIendenhall many families on a bread and water friends. He stated that he had an Sale Sat. and Mon. at 15c yd"l'Rf1SPERITY"
o enjoyable trip, a good rest and equally Mrs. Mary A. Cox
Well well, to add to the hysteria diet.The
time and
as good a was mighty
mail order house is
a menaceto
found
Texas crooks have been guilty.W. AnnouncesJust
be back in Orlando
happy to again.
the business man of small capital SHEETSIn -
o who must depend the sale of various During Judge Martin's absence the received from New York,
Branch's "Sidelights" upon to most "encore"
S. hap- duties of his office have been entrusted response a vigorous we repeat
pen to be "Tail-lights" this morning.It small articles to help pay ex to Miss HartThe latest and very pretty hair orna- this remarkable value in these well-known sheets.

can't be helped. penses. Every dollar that a local Margaret ments; ladies' handsome shirt- Please note that the quantity is limited, so earlybuying
II merchant receives from his fellow citizens -0- waists; art embroidery. is .
o suggested.Size
term of the criminal
September
means that that dollar finds its
Arcadia is getting on its long pants 72x90 Regular 59c. for 39c
court was a heavy one. The ,
the 501 WEST STREET
to butcher baker, dry goods
way
with the of Florida cities
rest -city I
: Size 81x90 Regular 75c. for 59c
number of convictions classified is as ,
mail delivery starts October 1. merchant, shoe man, druggist, grocer, I Glendale Apts. Orlando.
and what not and in its continual follows: Breaking and entering, 5; I
o ''larceny 8; liquor cases, 5; firearms, TURKISH TOWELS
If all the Greek letter fraternitiesin local circulation ultimately means an I
the United States would rally to earning for the home town. 'I 2; assault, 4; gambling, 5; drunk, 1; MODEL KIN DERGARHNI Only 25 dozen at this price, no loss to ourselves but

the colors King Constantine would Every dollar sent to the mail order I cruelty to animals, 1; sundry, 3. certainly profit Close weave, heavy weight, full

have a formidable army of rahrahsto houses never returns. The mail order --0- SCHOOL size, a fine handy towel, worth 15 cents
Sheriff S. B. Denmark was in Or-
battle houses do not contribute to local en-
Bulgaria.o terprises, they do not help charity, lando Saturday and arrested Jasper 1, MISS LEY, Director Sat. and Mon. $1.10 doz
Chase, who is charged with complic .
After the courtesy of American they do not support pastors and Opens Monday September 27,

bankers in loaning a cool half billionto i churches they do not build' pavements ity from in purloining parts of machinery in Primary room First Methodist IMPORTED SILK CREPE DE CHIXE-
the old Richard mill Lake
Great Britain that country would 'nor beautify streets, sanitary sewer- near Church. Froebel System, French manufacture metre wide (40 in in
Butler.-Bradford County Telegraph.0 I one )
have been pretty cold' hearted in not 'I age systems are never put down by -0- graded work. Beginners, first black, white, sky blue and rose pink
meeting the demands of shippers in mail order houses and the taxes in .and second grades, pupils 3 to
Orlando are never decreased by September to date, in police of Sat. and Mon.
this country.It a court there have been nine drunk 7 years age. Special price $1.25CHENEY'S
mail order
o I concern. For particulars phone 221, or
out of total of 23
cases
must also be remembered that It would be a revelation if every -- a cases. call at 14 East Jackson Street,
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bank in Orlando could publish every after September 1st. NEW SILKS-
made in Tampa booze makes the maidin
Orlando somewhat disgusted with check that goes to the mail order history.physics, plane geometry or general Illustrating the new Egyptian effects. These ,

her fiance who made away from Tam- I, houses from Orlando men and womenin Senior Year-Shorthand, bookkeeping positively exquisite in their combination colorin

pa the other day with a suitcase loaded i payment for goods which shouldbe commercial law, typewriting and and will be extremely fashionable for Kimonas, i
to the gunwales.The purchased at home; the revelation English. The Cathedral School for Lingerie dresses combined with other fabric:
would be more surprising if the express College Preparatory Course
o Freshman Year-English, Latin,algebra Special price Sat. and Mon. 7!
company disclosed the names of
ease with which Germany ; one elective: biology or gen-
raised three billion dollars must be those persons who claim to be boosters eral science. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
somewhat irritating to the Anglo- of Orlando and Orange county Sophomore Year-English, Latin. School for Girls CURTAIN ETAMINES

French financiers. Still it must be and ask for credit here but who in .algebra Junior, general Year-English history., general history 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 With the new and dainty Hemmed Stiched bord

remembered that Germany was pre- turn send cold cash to northern and plane geometry; one elective: Primary. Intermediate and Academic in white and ecru, worth 15 cents. Our special p>
pared for the war. This is not only eastern cities while Mr. Local :Mer- I: Latin, German, physics or French. Grades is 121/ c. ,
Senior Year English three elect-
;
true of munitions and troops but of chant holds the bag in one hand anda ives: Latin, German, solid geometry, Also Musi, Art, Elocution, Physical
finance as well. bunch of overdue bills in the other. I plane trigonometry American his- Culture and Domestic Science. Sat. and Mon. lie aNEW \

o There are too many towns in Flor- tory, chemistry, or French. For Catalogues address the Rector, .

The Sentinel office wall is now ida composed of boosters who hold a I, The faculty is as follows: Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. Mn
adorned the hammer in one hand and a mail order High SchoolPrincipalProto WAISTS
by very latest map of Orlando Fla.
catalogue "Farmer's Bible" in Bought when in New York. Dainty Lingerie c
Europe just off the press by the Na- or the J. W. Simmons.
tional other. Assistant principal and instructorin ceptions, exquisitely made and finished. Only T

desiring Geographic to see the Magazine.route that Any one theAustroGermans Trade at home, buy at home, spend mathematics-Miss Eunice DeLa- DOZEN, all we could get. Exceptional value

are expected to take your dollars with men who are prop- ney.Assistant principal and instructorin FIELD'SCHOCOLATE $2.50Sat.

in making that drive to Constantino erty dependent owners in Orlando for and who are History-Miss English-Miss Minnie Mollie Ray.Groves. and Mon. while they last $1.'
upon you your patronage. -
ple may call and have it pointed out Science, German and athletics-
to them by our military expert Prof. Elmer Enlow.
o o Latin-Miss Lillian Eldridge. PUSSY WILLOW TAFFETA 'VAISTS-
FOR SALE-Good piano, in first class Commercial-Prof. F. J. Stanley.
PUBLICITY condition. Have two, VANILLA Made: of the genuine fabric, produced by MiguelCo.
so want to Grammar School
THAT COUNTS.The sell one. Cheap. II. C. McDaniel 801 Superintendent!. W. S. Cole- TUTI FRUTI ., in absolutely the very latest styles. Selling .
current issue of the Florida Magnolia avenue. 9-26-lt New York at $7.50
Farmer and Homeseeker, publishedat man.MusicMiss Blanche Baker. GUAVAICE
St. Augustine, carries a most interesting LARGE INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC The grammar school teachers have Our price Sat. and Mon $3.!

article concerning Orlando. SCHOOLS THIS YEAR been assigned as follows: CREAMS.:

The article is accompanied by a num- (Continued from page 1) High school building-First grade, 36-INCH BLEACHED MUSLINWe -
Miss Mary Branham; second grade,
ber of handsome ilustrations showing credit. Every pupil is urged to carry Mrs. W. G. Johnson; third grade, congratulate ourselves upon this purch
views of the city from the roof of the four studies and only four. No one Miss Eva McQuaters; fourth grade, AUTO LUNCHESA Bought time back when cotton was way din .
Yowell-Duckworth' building. Another is permitted to carry less than three Miss Gene Thomas; fifth grade, Miss some will hand
SPECIALTYCLUB value. On Saturday and Monday we
Wilkins sixth Miss Oma
Ruby ; grade,
of views "
group shows business and nor more than five each
year. Chamberlain; seventh grade, Miss advantage to you. It's marvellous value for 10a
residence buildings at close range. The course of study is as follows: Sarah Crawford; eighth grade. Miss
yard.
One of the handsomest illustrations Commercial Course Hale.

is that showing the inside of one of Freshman Year-Shorthand, algebra Grammar school, new building SANDWICH 25e. Sat and Mon. quantity 8c
the local packing houses, penmanship, English; one elect- First grade, Mrs. J. W. Gaines and any ;
during the ive: Latin, biology or general science. Miss Esther Ley; second grade Miss
rush season, with dozens of workmen Sophomore Year-Shorthand ,algebra Grace Holt; third grade Miss Eliza-

business preparing the citrus crop for spelling, commercial arithmetic beth Welch; fourth grade, Miss Minor We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed MEN'S FURNISHINGSNEW
the market. English; one elective: Latin or general and Miss Bessie Wells; fifth grade,
history. Miss Jennie Baas; sixth grade Miss
and Delivered for All
The strawberry and celery indus- Junior Year-Bookkeeping,commercial Grace Bachelor; seventh grade Miss FIBRE SILK HOSEIn -

tries are represented by handsome i law commercial arithmetic, short- Eva Taylor; eighth grade Miss May Occasions all colors-splendid for wear-usually sold 3
p
hand, English elective Latin Young.
views which show actual field and ; one : ,

crop conditions, which it would be : for $1.00 .

hard for any section to beat. I r A Our price $2.75 d

The article is interestingly written, ;
and sets forth in graphic and convincing OUR NEW LINE SCOTCH TWEED CAPS

style the many attractions of Just in; prices
the City Beautiful. Count that day lost
$1.
50c $1.00 $1.25 .
Altogether some two pages and a ;
half of this edition of the Farmer Whose low descending sun
OUR NEW FELT HATS

and Homeseeker, and the publicity are devoted thus given to Orlando to Views from thy hand have just arrived-swell shapes-

its attractions as a home and business No worthy action done. $3.00 to $5.'
location can not help resulting in vast I

benefit to the city and surrounding i
section. ---Holland.


SIDELIGHTSBy o OUR GROCERY DEPARTMEPIS


W. S. Branch We believe J. G. Holland was the author of the REPLETE WITH EVERYTHING YOU WANT

We read in a London paper that EATSDicksollIves

Prince Ranjitsinhji, Jam of N'ewan- above. Let us know if we are mistaken.

ger was shot in the face the other

day while out grouse hunting. We Can we and do we measure to the sentiment
do not know just what effect this accident up

but it is will possible have on that the it world will at stop large the therein contained? Think it over today. : C CI

supply of jiney busses and increasethe

price of strawberry and other i
jams.
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Wonder why -it has- never occurredto The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

anybody that a woman would makea .DfPARTMOO STORE.

Times-Union.good secretary of the interior.- S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ..


Doubtless because they are so much

more useful in the office of caterer

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( rlattiin Snrtetj I Messrs.: C. A. Tompkins and R. K. IF- "Get It At Allen's". -cICi1 U

i Harriman, of Taft, were in Orlando

yesterday morning greeting friends I
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and transactnig business. They left
SOCIETY CALENDAR I Their home is now in Georgetown, S.
in the afternoon over the Atlantic
C., where their father, Dean Robot-
Monday, September 27. Coast Line for Washington, D. C.,
b I tom, has charge of a parish. These :
of the Civic
Regular monthly meeting where they will attend the G. A. R.
League will be held at the Sorosis young ladies have many friends and reunion.
rooms at 3:30 p. m. I acquaintances in Orlando who will be
Woman's Prohibition League will hold I pleased to see them after an absenceof
monthly program at Christian Alliance -i
Hall, West Dine street at two or three years. l .

The 7:30.Monday Night Bridge Club will Mrs. W. E. Martin--0-- arrived in Or- FavoriteMONDAY'S 1 U UO
meet with Mrs. Irving Dunn at the
lando afternoon from Salu-
yesterday
PROGRAM u -
New Lucerne at 8 o'clock in the
evening. da, N. C., where she has been spend-
28. "TilE SCALES OF JUSTICE"A
Tuesday, September ing the summer. She was accompanied -
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian home Domino feature in two parts, fea-
by Miss Mildred Dovell,
church will hold an all day turing Walter Edwards and CHARMING INDEEDare
daughter of Mr. and llrs.1.. O. Do- Clara Williams. I
"sit around" in the church parlors.
the rings, pins, La Vallieres, Bracelets,
Earrings view
veIl who has been "LITTLE MISCHIEF"A ? on here.
Lunch will be served at noon. summering in the
They are so evidently high class they need
no commendation.
The Misses will entertain at Thanhouser drama, Theyare
I Wright mountain regions of that state. one part. I novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
3:30 p. m. at their horn eon Rock "TRULY RURAL TYPES"A
lake. FalstatF comedy. taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
of course varies but in no case are the here
prices
higher than
WednesdaSeptember 29. FIVE CENTS TO ALL. i ,
At The the quality of the jewelry warrants.
The Bachelor Girls will be entertainedby Churches Tuesday our Keystone day. A good I ,
Mrs. Louis Hewitt. Keystone program. Don't miss it. I
The Methodist Sewing Circle will ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS,
I FIRST
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hold its regular weekly meeting in dJ
the afternoon. Corner Main and Jackson streets. 16.

Thursday, September 30. I John B. Ley, pastor. I =o s =
The Orlando Gun Club will hold a Bible school, i:43 a. m. Excellent
shoot at the Country Club grounds music, experienced teachers. Graded DressMaRluMrs.
during the afternoon. classes. New pupils invited. C. E. [
Friday, October 1. Howard, superintendent.
I THE TIME TO TAINT
The W. C. T. U. will meet in the Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m., ) 'e
parlors of the Methodist church. with the pastor in the pulpit. Sub -j t is right now. Don't let things
go
Important business. ject in the morning, "Law Enforce-
I' -- ment." At night "Moral Contrasts." until the house, barn, fence or floor
PIWIIIBITIOiPROGRAll AT Good music at each service. A cordial l' begins to look shabby. A little of our

ALLIANCE HALL MONDAY.The invitation extended to visitors to BurnettFashionable G ready to use paint will put your home
worship with us, and to make this E .,..
in fine trim
Woman's Prohibition Leagueof their church home. \ ; and save you the cost of a

America will hold their monthly Senior League, 6:45 p. m.; Miss Lil- / I t I/1! much bigger paint bill later on.

meeting in the Alliance Hall, on West lie Rowx, leader. Dressmaker of the tL
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This Week ,
Pine street, Monday night, September Yowell-Duckworth .
Sewing Circle Tuesday, 3 p. m., Co., has
27, at 7:30. This league has been with Mrs. J. H. McCullough, on South Orlando
Paint & Wall
The gasoline consumption holding its meetings at the Pentecostal Main street, next church building. opened her parlors on the 4th Hi I i Paper Ct
u1j
church, but circumstances have Midweek prayer and conference, 205 S. Orange Avenue
Wednesday; 7:30 p. m. This is not to floor and invites the public and
is made it requisite to hold them else- be a regular church conference, but COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
unusually -, where. All are cordially invited to an informal discussion of matters especiall y her friends to call.

attend and the following program will germain to our approaching revival
low. be rendered: campaign. "lttl.llr .. . " ..,
Music rehearsal, Thursday. Orchestra
Opening song, Yield Not to Temp- will have a special rehearsal at
tation. 7:::O p. m., to complete their part of

Scripture reading and prayer, A. V. the members rally of day the musical orchestra program.should All be 4th Floor Y owell.1Duckworth I The New Ice CompanyPHONE


Cook.Secretary's report, :Miss Branson. present. BAPTIST Bldg.Orlando I 675

Recitation, Welcome Address, Ber- FIRST CHURCH

tis Ingersol. I Rev. Edward T. Poulson D. D., !

Dialogue, Be True, D. Branson andR. pastor.A most. cordial invitation is extended Delivery DailyWait

Green. the public to attend all ser I
Song, National Prohibition, chorus. vices. If you have no church home
Recitation, Rum and Home, G. Bo- here, come and be at home with us.
zarth. You'll be a "stranger" here only once. GRANDi for our wagon. We think
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr.
Recitation, Temperancec Boy, D. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. YOU will like our ice.
Branson. Worship in the auditorium at 11a.
t. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin
-e expenses Recitation, Little Lost Girl, N. the pulpit.

Hubble. Morning subject, "Jesus in the
;: lable be- Talk on Temperance, Mr. Spire. Midst. Evening 'theme, "From The New Ice Company i
Recitation, No Kiss, Veta Green. Home to School and Back." This is TOMORROW ; : |
a special} hour for the
:-J' j size of the Quartette, My Mother's Bible, the and their parents-all are young heartily people in-
Misses Branson, Mr. K. Ford and Mr. vited. llllllltttllllMIMIIIIMMMIIIMMMilliitlHIIIIlL
Logan. Young People's meeting at 6:30p.
right forit Recitation, I'll Take What Father m.; Miss Claudia DeLaney, presi-
dent. "THE FACE OF THE
T lcps., A. Carroll-. *'
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.-F car. Dialogue, Our Triple Pledge. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MADONNA"A 1

Recitation, Reta Hubble. Sabbath school at 9:45'a.. m. The
t Recitation, Cigarettes, S. Ingersol. lesson study will be the quarterly re Kalem Broadway Star special
view.
Song, Where There's Love at Home, / Preaching service at 11 o'clock. The feature in three splendid acts. : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

K. Thorpe. sermon by Rev. Arthur D. Enyart,
Recitation, A. Drunkard's Dream, Ph. D., dean of Rollins College. Miss Featuring Alice Joyce and Guy
H. Gould. McQuaters and Mrs. Magruder will
sing a duet at this service. Combs.
Reading, Marie Gould. There will be no services in the
Special music, Currier band. evening.On .
Closing song. Tuesday the ladies of the Pres-
Benediction.VESPER byterian Aid Society will hold one of
their enjoyable "sit arounds" in the "HEARST SELIG NEWS,"
1 -0- ladies' parlor. The hostesses will be
SERVICE Miss Holt, Mrs. W. H. Robertson and No. 56 CURTIS & O'NEAL
:Mrs. E. M. Gross. Sewing and sociability -
THIS AFTERNOON. will begin et ten o'clock and a Portraying all the important
The usual attractive monthly ves- delicious lunch served at noon. All '

H.P. I per service will be held this afternoon ladies invited.CATHOLIC of the. church and congregationare events of the day.A Insurance Loans Real Estate : :

at the Baptist church at 4:30 o'clock.
-
I The program has been very carefully CHURCH Rentals

arranged and is one of the best yet Rev. W. B. Golden, pastor of St.

given. Every one is invited to attend Philip's church, Hawthorne, Fla., will
conduct divine services at St. James' GOOD BILL r'. .
:or I this service. church, at 9 o'clock a. m. Rev. Golden
The program in full follows: will remain for parochial work here
I Hymn No. 393 (congregation stand- until the return of Rev. Father Fox
.ing). from his vacation trip North, about
November 1. The friends of '
many 5 cents 10 cents
Scripture reading and prayer, Dr. i the absent pastor will rejoice to learn

Poulson. : that his health has much improved.CHRISTIAN .
,
I a. Briday Song (A>Jensen); b. Toa I ESTABLISHED 1881MMIMMItMlliiniilltyi -
SCIENCE
Wild Rose (Macdowdl); c. A Sea Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. I

Song (Macdowell); Mrs. Lenfest. Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Real- Tuesday, Marguerit e Clark in i :

Abide With Me (Henry Parker), ity.:
Miss Branham.a. Wednesday evening services, 7:45. "Helene of the North." r
Third floor, corner South Orange limit HUM HIMIMM tillHand's
Hymne Angelique (H. F. John- avenue and Church street. Entranceon
son), b. Jubilate Amen (Ralph Kin- Church street. .

der), Miss Branch. --0--
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
The Plains of Peace, Mr. Curry. The Very Rev. H. r... I.e uses, dean.

... Offertory, Novelette (Benj. Wil- Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity I
son). Surpy: Frivol ;9-.-; a. m.
)'nr'i inT :.raye- an seTion at 11.
Hymn No. 135.;
Per. R. P. Cobb will officiate. I
Lord's Prayer and Benediction. I -- _

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DELIGHTFULDINNEii Preaching at 11 a. m.. bEldr
L.V.. Bu \.*"- -! C. V. A. Hal'!, t n
W. !'.-\..RTY.A We't Pine street.

delightful dinner party was given -oUNITARIAN -
Thursday evening by Miss Grace CIIUK: H '

Fuller at her home on West I'ine Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. begin- Pure Ice CreamMade
ning Sunday, October 3rd.
street in honor of the Misses Nina T. P. Bowes superintendent.TOO .

Swearingen and Corinne Barker, who
llips
are leaving soon to take up work at LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

Stetson and the State College for Women -

respectively. All of the young SALE-A gasoline range, goodas In Orlando
ladies present were students of O. H. new; a bargain if taken at one '. I
& S., and the evening was truly delightful Call mornings between 9 and 11. 604
.Magnolia avenue. 9-26-3c
both to those who are leaving so

soon for college and for their former WANTED Ford touring car, second -
schoolmates. Those present were the hand; must be in good running
Misses Nina Swearingen, Corinne order and cheap. Box 18, Zellwood.
I Barker Lucile Mc- Fla. 9-26-3t* Phone 566-666
MS) Agnes Kamper,
Alister, and Grace Fuller.
SIX ACRES, five in grove, mile from
city limits on Conway brick road.
SOCIETY NOTESOF Good six room house, including bath.
INTEREST.Miss 4000. Thoman, R. 1, Box 12.
9-26-6tc
Frances Robottom and her

sister Miss Mollie Robottom, are FOR SALE-Windmill, with 50 foot
guests of Miss Roberta Branch. The tower, 12 foot fan and syphon
Misses Robottom are both graduatesof pump; one three horse power electric
the Cathedral school and formerly motor and pump. Come quick and
get a bargain. F. Joseph F-(:hn,
lived in Titusville, on the East Coast. Orlando. 9-26-lt .



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I AM THE NEWSPAPER public opinion. Rightly directed, I Guests registering at the San Juan
I am a creator of confidence, a builder :hotel yesterday included Jas. E. Hart, Beds! Beds! Beds!!!

do of happiness in living. I am the backbone j i..Edgefield, S. C.; J. C. Mack, Phila-
What need of the
you Born of the deep, daily
J. E. Brown, Birmingham
of commerce. The trail blazer delphia; ;
f hope form in a I I nation-I am the Voice of Now-the I of prosperity. I am the teacher of H.1.. Broaddus, Richmond, Va.; J.M. In Bright New Patterns

incarnate spirit of the Times-Monarch patriotism. I am the hands of the Stark, Palatka; J. H. Holcombe,

varnish? of things that are. My "cold I clock of time-the clarion voice of 1 I W. A. Fulwiler, Tampa; W. M. Coble,
type" burn with the fire-blood of civilization. I am the newspaper. : John C. Boesch, J. E. Debell, J. S. (

human action. I am fed by arteries Joseph H. Finn, Chicago Tribune.A Smith, C. N. Robinson. M. Stock-
<
of wire that girdle the earth. I drink I I dell, Greene F. Cannon, Joe C. Forbes,

JHE'ON from tbs cup of every living joy and J R. R. Price, L. D. Hazlett, Hal Estes,
TREAT IN STORE FOR THEATRE
sorrow. I sleep not-rest not. I Jacksonville; V. D. Ashton, N. Gulp,
LOVERS THIS WINTERMac
know no death, yet I am born again New York; W. A. Moyer, Philadel-

1'111 with every morn-with every noon- phia; Gideon Lamb, Jr., Henderson,
Tallman, of the
UiJTROVAKtUSBESj with every twilight. I leap into fresh manager N. C.; J. W. O'Brien, Alabama.Mr. .
Grand and Lucerne theatres, an-
with new world's event. f
being every 7 itNow
nounces that he has already booked a t
Those who created me cease to be- and Mrs. S. L. Clauson and
number of remarkably fine shows to
tin brains and heart's blood that appear at the latter popular Court daughter, Katie, spent Thursday in
nourish me go the way of human dis- I Orlando visiting with :Mr. and Mrs.
street playhouse during the cominj
solution. Yet I live on-and on. I Mercereau, also their son-in-law and Is The Timeto
season. The Klaw & Erlangei
am majestic in my strengthsublimein daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Olson, who
agency productions are being bookedfor
power-terrible in pot en- have recently located in beautiful
When you buy varnish for your my my this city for the first time, this a
floors you hope that it will improvethe tialities-yet as democratic as the bungalow in Orlando. Mr. Merce- select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.
appearance of those floors and who sells for season. reau's folks here from
ragged boy me a penny. are Minnesotaand
that it will be durable.. Among the productions which have Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
I am the consort of kings-the part- are spending their first summerin
for already been booked are "Mutt and
Unfortunately much that is sold ner of capital-the brother of toil. the South, although they have surprising low prices. A call will convince you.
"
floor varnish won't realize that hope Jeff, "Under Cover, "Bringing Up
The inspiration of the hopeless-the spent several winters here, of
for you.Lawson's. Father," "The Defiance," "The Yel- many
of the them in St. Cloud. St. Cloud
bistro Elastic Floor Varnish right arm needy-the con- being -
low Ticket, "Twin Beds, Neil
has a wonderful,deep,lustrous finish. It is science of the criminal. I am the Tribune.
easily applied because it works easily. It O'Brien Minstrels," and Henry Sav-
for and will not of the world's comedy and
is unequalled durability epitome
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scratch white. It dries absolutely and dust- tragedy. My responsibility is infinite. ages Hungarian opera, "Sari, which Montreal, among the lig mountainsof OSCAR HAND & SON
hours gets
five
free in from to seven
orchestra of
will sixteen
carry an North Carolina, is unique. Private
hard twenty-four hours.
in the world to listen.
I speak and stops
pieces. These shows are all first class family has high class accommodationsfor
As for economy. Lustra has a covering I the word and battle flames the few desirable adult Home Furnishers
capacity that is wonderfulTry say exhibitions and will no doubt be well a guests. Complete
horizon. I counsel peace and the war Large, comfortable new house; running -
of Lustro Elastic Floor
case
out a 'received the Orlando
by public.
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis lords obey. I am greater than any i water in each room; sleeping
porches; unexcelled home cooking.
factory.Made individual-more powerful than any I Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box
by Valentine & Co. group. I am the dynamic force of Try a Sentinel want ad. I 27, Montrtat, N. C. 6-16-S10t

llanllfacturers of__

ALSPAR and Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
VAL-ENAMEL ..............

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tAll .. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :
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STORE .. COMPARE

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. .

E Since the Announcement OUR FURNITUREWe


FOR SALE provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
of the
: by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
.
I can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

6 acres, quarter mile from city, half stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

in bearing budded orange and ..

grape::::it, $1,500. .

10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young .. .I McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

bearing grove; small house. $2,000 _

10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good rti Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
citrus land, 2 acres fine truckingland. .
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$600.00.
CO acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small G
grove; 4-room house; good barn TWJNdSIX[ RU -

and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 U t

40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small 111 SKATINGRINK
house, garage and outbuildings. .

lake.The land Very corners cheap, $1,500.on large spring : there lias been] a tremendous

40 acres, unimproved miles out, LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES
IB
of
$1,000. E advance in the cost of most
DAY AND FRIDAY :MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
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-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
City and Country, our raw materials, especially INSTRUCTORS.Open .


Property At WarTime I :. leather, aluminum, high; : grilles : 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.


PricesCALL : of steel, etc. We cannot continue : Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.


OR HIOXE at a loss. I

E. C. Young present prices except .A DMISSION 10 CENTS ti,


Room 10, McXeill Phone 569.& Davis Block. : It is, of course, out of the question :


: to compromise Packard quality-which : Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest

has heeu maintained for sixteen :
steadfastly -
MisdirectedEconomy l II I HSI51 College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy

have : Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
b I years. Consequently Teachers' Course.

: adopted the only alternative and ul:1:1 Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
: vanced the prices hy the amount of the : music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
Trying to save a few cents by rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland
work handled inferior I I II of materials.These physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
having by increase in the 1
your cost :
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
hands. boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Your personal influence is nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue i
for Packard
greatly enhanced when you are : new prices T"in:1 address, SECRETARY Winter Park. Fla.

clad in immaculate linen. I .. : Six cars cannot and will not he reduced :

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OrlandoSteam : during the current season. They are as :


: follows : : ORLANDOROOFING
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LaundryFRENCH
The J-3. Thu'1.25SevenPassenger ANL

DRY CLEANERS I ; : Touring Car. S3150; 32750 i

LAUNDERERS Seveu-1'ass-enger Salon Touring Car 3150 2750 SHEET METAL CO

: Six-Passenger Salon Touring Car 3150"une

PHONE 88 Five-Passenger Phaeton 3150 2750

jv!: Five-Passenger Salon Phaeton 3150 2750 Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos

Fire InsuranceCOOK I I I_ Two-Passenger Runabout \one 2750 and Rubber Roofings

: Seven-Passenger Imperial Limousine 4800"one U

: Seven-Passenger Salon LiAousine 4'50"one : Cornices, Skylights.,Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

& BAAS, Agents U Seven-Passenger Limousine with Cab Sides 4650"one :
Limousine without Cab Sides 4WO"one .
: Seven-Passenger
Christ Building I Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
i Seven-Passenger Landaulet with Cab Sides 4650"one :

Limousine without Cab Sides.1530 1150
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prSale;; Passenger Landaulet without Cab Sides1550 4150 :

At I: Four-Passenger Brougham 4600 4200

U Three-Passenger Coupe. None 3700 :

Your Price U Chassis- Only 2650 2350 :. The Orlando Meat MarketT.

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PACKARD MOTOR\ CAR COMPANY U:1 A. YANCY,Jr., Manager


10-Room House, Lot 180x200,, t Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

faces on three streets, 2 blocks i San juan Garage Company Orlando, Fla. .: Florida and Western Meats

from center of City, east side.. .
Game Etc.
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,

For Sale at YOUR PRICE. ..
Special. Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
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.+ J Business' '135 P. O. BOX 226
I .. PHONES \Residence I33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

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WANTS ,I ROBINSON & BEARDALL Worthington! BlackmanATTOHXEYATLA'V 1

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I The Morning Sentinel Want No.ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW West Pine Sreet Phone C17
Directory is the Greatest Waut
ORLANDO Ad Medium\ in Orlando. Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
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Terms Cash in Advance. I worth Building.

,.; Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATESFor ,I i

One Day ______________25t<< FRANK SMITHATTOKNEYATLAW DAVIS
For Three Days ____________50c & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Six Days _______________75c
.. a 1 For One :Month --__________$2.50 I II
I II This rate applies on all ads of I
I 25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 172 II I Phone 72
I tains more than 25 words the rate I
will be one cent per word for Room 5, Watkins Block ,Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-
"" each additional word, for each in- I Davis & McNeill
Block
I" sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to II II I
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be I Victor Starbuck


= \\1\j \ I II H H.s payable Every Home the following-Every day.Business R. RAY WHITE j 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

1 Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a Phone 161

"/ ATTORNEY-AT LAW \o. 6 W. Pine Si. Orland Fla.

N\ \ .s Room 41

FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando Fla.
I F. A.
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good PEPPERCORN:
condition. Write Box 567.
9-2J-tfc BUILDER and CONTRACTOR

71J -ry+ywx. Il7 I FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER Phone 37
I Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeep

j I Terms.ing. Splendid Owner, location 10 W. Concord; large Avc.lot. DR. N. L. BRYAN
9-19-Omo* PLUMBINGSALLAS

__ DENTIST
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract & SALLAS
one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 20S Boone Street
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- ,
6.9-tf Phone 597.
,.' t Bldg
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FOR RENT

., .i >>:? II ROOMS TO; all RENT modern for conveniences.light housekeeping L. Percival Hutton

(9-24-Ct 312 E.*South street. Phone, 403. SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., :New York, N.Y.

Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor I FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

furnished or unfurnished by
I McNeill-Davis
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable I the season, month or year, with gar- PROMPT AND ACCURATE Building, Orlando,
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.
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How.radiant. with the pure joy of living is Maryas ply to J. F. W 'tkins. 9-21-1moc

I she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy mufll.is fresh from the Gas Range! FOR RENT-Several houses furnished HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.
and unfurnished. Well lo-
She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe cated. Call Mrs. II. II. Leake at 312 Civil Engineer; .,
I .r
Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then 'I 179. 9-22-Gt 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. s
the Gas
FOR RENT Splendid office in the .
the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeping. Is house-
Gas leads :Mary along your Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, Phone 72
work a drudgery or a pleasure? agent. 9-15-tfc


ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Gas DepartmentMBOIIilBlllltM FOR nished RENT-Fuller; Lucerne Circle residence; for season.fur- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST

Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.
9-15-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

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II I III I 111111 I II I I I I +I I I I 1111 II III II "N I C I 1.,111 III III I 1I1111 I 306 East Church street; cheap Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
taken.rate to permanent parties; no children 9-17-tfc ORLANDO, FLA.: OPTICAl. REPAmmO

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SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ I I housekeeping house.FOR garage or :year RENT, Apply electric, one-; By also 300 upstairs lights the East other. season flat and Conc rooms for bath rd month,light ave.and in, I ARCA'DEMILK' 'I'McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS FOR


9-10-tfc

OCOEE, FLORIDA WANTED I Caruthers FlowersLeave

I orders here
WANTED second hand Ford tour your
-- --- ing car. Address Box 2S, Plymouth DEPOTBUTTER

All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Fla. 3-24-3t I.
Violet Dell Florist
WANTED-Salesman and collectorfor (o
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest Orange county. Call at 43 East .
Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-Gtc
.... .. .. .. .. MILK- J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
prices .. .. .. .. WANTED-To trade for car, a new
-- modern C room house, in good loca- Fresh Every Day. 509. 408 South Lake St.
tion. Quick as this is a bargain. 5c. per glass
C. E. Piatt, Box 43, Route 1, Conway, '
Fla. 9-21-Gt 2oc. per gallon 1I
The rainy season is the best time to set I
YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep an outside service depart- BUTTER !
ment and is prepared to give you PHONE 375
one year's growth in advance of trees set prompt attention. We have a compe- Fresh Homemade
tent man who will fit keys, repair West Jefferson Street
next faIt your trunk, or do anything in the repair SANDWICHES Succcaaor to
I line. He is ready to go at your
call now. Just phone =304.:
9-12-lmoc Hand Wood Company
,
| Send today*for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : : New crop onion sets just arrived RLADEMllK DEPOT Wood of All Kinds
Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. I
prices to the above addressOilMIIIMMIHIMiMHIIIM Full line garden field and flower I PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE
seeds. Dean the Seed and Drug :Man,
prop. City Drug Store. ]192lmoc i PRICE*

>IIIIMIMMi tiM8 er 111.11111111111111111111111 LAWN MOWERS sharpened and GEO.{ BANSGHBAGH I
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and -- --- -------- ---

: Harness Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc Cabinet MakerDoors Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
Makingand '
PRESTON'S PLANTS Earliana tomato -
35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake-
Repairing field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, Screens, Porch Swings,
FOR SALEWill 25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- I Show Cases Sectional Book Cases -
endish and'
Preston's "Favorite" dry
Card Tables Cedar
Folding
land banana plants lOc. to 25c. each. ,
All kinds of leather repairing, such Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Chests Flower Boxes, Pedestals -

!I as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, 9-15-d&w-tfc etc. Also Repair Work. Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
offer for I Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket All Work Guaranteed
sale for a few days TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also repaired; keys fitted; locks re-
111 scissors sharpened. paired anything in the repair line is
get ;
the property corner Orange Avenue your Phone
our line. Just phone 304, Young's 12 E. Church St. 447
I Repair Shop, and our man will call HAS OPENED A PLUMBING
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Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 125! West Church Street, in Hopkins at once. 9-12-1moc
NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par-
the skating rink for $26,000. I Shoe Shop. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist son Browns, and tangerines; rough
property, church are preparing a box to be sent I 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 I Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
a year nations of'clothing, materials, or I cheap by ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
I 9-16-12t money will be gladly accepted, not f'1a., Route 2. 9-23-1moc
and interest at six per cent. later than September 28th. Send donations I ---
Methodist parsonage.
l-9-22-6t :NOTICE

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitne) Bus one Phone 204
FORD TIRES[ hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc I am having many applications for
houses, furnished and unfurnished.If I
C HOVEY BUYERS AND SELLERS :you have any to rent I should be
liii I very glad to list them. Call on Mrs. A. B. Cook & Co.
I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real H. B. Leake 312 Broadway 45 East .
Front $6.75 estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Pine, or phone 179. 1-9-24-Gt Christ Building Orlando.
oror 3ft v ara. Have handled over
-- $20.000,000. Oall and see me. SLAUGHTER SALE I -
Rear $8.25 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
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Buy your wall paper cheap for the INVESTMENTS, LOANS
Umbrellas *covered and repaIred next few days. Making room for our
I JACKSON AND new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer STOCKS AND
Sentinel Want "while wait. ax Young's
Try a Ad GOODEN you Repair Store. Court stree; Phone 67.
ORANGE AVENUE Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 9-5-tfc. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESLumber





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... ALT.\MOXTE SPRINGS I American' :MARRIES: HIS 1,629th COUPLE
War Stimulates Specials for Satur-


Altamonte Springs, Fla., Sept.A | 1':. Austin: 1'f\_.Tudire Matt M I. Johnson day and MondayFancy
Manufacturers In
-- party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.E. : Many Ways I Austin's marrying justice, celebrated -'

T. IIa"tlcsIr.. and Mrs. II. C. his sixty-ninth birthday by j
I
Lyman and daughter, Mr. Joe Lewis, -- uniting in marriage J. D. Heath and !j Patent Flour-

and Misses Grace and Helen Bruce, New York.-The First National i of chlorine gas which is now possible: :Mrs. Lucy Brinkley, the lG23th con- i; per sack of 12 pound ________ t"' ,
Exposition of Chemical Inductile w hen sea water comes in contact with I'
of Orlando, have just returned froma I pie married by him since he became a ] per sack of 21 pounds _un____;n><
THE MODEL CAFE IS SERVING motor trip to Daytona. which opened yesterday at Grand the present form of submarine bat- justice of the peace twenty-two years [ Soups, assorted, per dozen nn___ ,:.,
I + Central Palace, shows what this coun- II'
: THE BEST NORFOLK : We are sorry to lose': Mrs. Cade I try has done during the last ;year in tery.No Danger of Potash Famine ago.Judge 3 cans Feet Corn lor)1
Bruce and her charming daughtersfor Johnson is believed to hold :3 cans hominy for ____________JTC ;<'
exhibits indicate that the
OYSTERS. RECEIVED DAILY the winter. She has taken a housein I solving problems involved in the manufacture I Other the marrying record in Texas. lIe'. packages of Pearline fv\ _____ _J-M"
of many things which are danger of a potash famine will soon
served during the entire under ,
be with war Fancy Evaporated Peace and
25c.; MEALS : Orlando so that she can I A Buffalo
REGULAR the be
to textile and
OUR agricul- a concern
her daughters while they are in necessary memory. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, is the i Prunes, 2 pounds for ___________">I'
I tural industries and which have beenhandicapped shows a potash kettle in which an
AND school. father of ten children, all of whom i'!'Tomato Catsup, 25c.; size for _____ls k
the be boiled whole. Arepresentative
by war embargo. elephant might
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Burr have returned are living and has j Fancy Head Rice, per pound ____ -;-<
Chief of the said
13c.; SPECIALS among the exhibits is the company
where attended dren. Imported Lemons, dozen __ __1S '
from Umatilla they 1..1grandehil'l per <
showing of dyestuffs. Encouraged by that agriculturists will have all the
Have Satisfactorily solved the the meeting of the Seminole Irish Potatoes, per peck ________:25c
the department of commerce, manu- 'potash they want when it comes timeto
Baptist Association. Lawrence Thornton is wringing Apple and Guava Jelly, per glass_U)<
enrich their lands.
facturers of aniline and alizarine col-,
high cost of living problem. I I We are glad to see Mrs. N. II.I hands with a host of his local friends I Sweet Potatoes, per peck ________"**
ors have made rapid strides and the I Among the odd things which are
I i Fogg back so much improved. She today, having arrived from Orlando i Pure Ground Coffee, per pound
!. exhibits include approximately fifty the products of commercial chemistryis I'
has been for the last four months by way of Tampa this morning. :Mr. ISc.. 23c. and _Sc
colors that are now being producedin wax that will not burn, and that i
Mrs. James : Thornton, who until two months ago'resided
with her daughter, Tracy,
ABOUT
NOTHING CHEAP quantities which soon will place really is a fire extinguisher': ; a centri- Honest Weights and Measures
Idaho. here, is now an attache of the i'
of Lenia, I
this in fuge or machine which develops
country an independent posi- cen-
THEM I I :Mrs: Whitehead is enjoying a visit II tion in that respect.A trifugal power with a separating influence county offices in the Orange countymetropolis
1 I from her sister, Miss Fields, of Cler- I II and likes it fine. lIe returns -
BUT THE PRICE Brooklyn factory makes a display 40,000 times greater than the Cash Grocery Co.
i iI toni ht.-St. Petersburg Inde- '!
mont.We of dyes made from bituminous force of gravitation; giant evapora-
that Mr. Peter Nolan is I I pendent. Telephone G48 7 E. Church St.
I i I regret coal, a large chunk of which forms I tors that will reduce to powder form
having such a serious time with his the center of the exhibit. The colors j anything from milk and tomato pulpto
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT He has to Orlando to Mc-
: eyes. gone are shown' in both liquid and powder I dish water and distillery slop. Sugar -
I I Ewan and Edwards' sanitarium for form, and illustrate the wizardry of beef extract and epsom salts areas I

I treatment. lIe was accompanied by .modern chemistry. The first stages I easily reduced in the same machines i

!i I his wife. of the transition from coal to dye are i ii I GARDEN SEED !

TheModel Cafe 1! Mrs. Elizabeth Drennen, Dr. Ed. i seen in the products, benzol, toluol, One may see iron that will not rust

i I Drennen and W. E. Drennen, of Dren- i and benzyl-chloride, and so on down fope made of lead that is so pliableJthat J

nen, Mrs Rogers, of Orlando, and Dr. 'to the beautiful dyeing solutions in it may be tied in a knot and un- j
I land Mrs. W.1.. Burr visited Prof. 'I. decanters behind \yhich effective tied again; hydraulic pumps of which I

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB I I| Nehrling's wonderful caladiums on I i lighting is placed, bringing out a the cylinders and all the piping are New Crop Onion Sets Just

I Thursday. It is a rare treat to walk j I I i rainbow of red, green, blue, yellow of hard rubber instead of iron; celite, I .
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll through the gardens. You can imagine I and purple with the many intermediate which is such a wonderful nonconI I ArrrvedCome

work guaranteed and neat- yourself in fairyland. Prof. hues. ductor of heat that when a thin brick I j
ly done. Our work is the best i i Nehrling is a courteous, cultured gen- I Later in the week Thomas A. Edison of the substance is placed inside a I I in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality

and our prices are the lowest. j tleman, and has named a number of will demonstrate his method of pasteboard box and a flame from a I Seeds, and Low Price

This is the place to have your ]I i his two thousand varieties of caladiums -(.extracting colors from coal. The inventor gasoline fire torch is directed againstits !

old clothes made new. I I for his friends. also will make a public show- surface for an hour the bottom of I

i ing of his new battery for subma- the box is scarcely made warm. The StoreJ.
City Drug|
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit LANDS FIFTEEN TROUT rines, which will do away with dan- same substance is the best filter for I

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit ger of accident through the formation 'II beet sugar known to that industry.and I

pressed _____________40c. I I L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.a ; .
David D. Awde, of the Orlando Tea
All Plm Beaches scrubbedan WILL SELI.C.\XnJES CAKES j when finished i it will i be occupiedby I ;
__ _____ and Coffee company, went out to try
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"f 'sed __ 50c. I IN NEW ARCADE ROOM Miss Simmons, who will sell fine I
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. his luck fishing Thursday afternoon !
i candies and cakes of her own make. i
We do) ladies' work also. Giveus for the first time this season, and ina I I rlllllllllll.IIIOIOIIIIIIIII.I.II.IIIIIIIIIII..IIIII.
a trial and hp convinced. I brief space of time had hooked and Mr. W. S. Branchis" fitting up a ( Miss Simmons conducted a similar j

Clothes called Fir and delivered. I I landed fifteen trout, which were beau-* j i['I small room in.the rear end of his business in Atlanta and is an expert i .

Phone 613. ties. store which will open into the Arcade, in the business. :i I i Sunshine

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# Crackers and Cakes J

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W. S. BRANCH
Everyone 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 i Lemon Extract, Two 25c. bottles for ________________________25c

Lemon Extract, Four lOc. bottles for _______________________25c
I Peach Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ___________________23cJ

Orlando Florida Bulk Coffee, per pound _________________________________15c

Can Coffee per pound ______________________________23ci

< i Comb Honey, 20c. 3 for ______ _______________________50c

| Strain Honey, _________________________________15c. and SOc
for School Books and All School
Headquarters Supplies i I* | New Guava Jelly, per glass ______________________ __15c

16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for ______________ ___$1.00

I Try our Creamery Butter, only 1___________________________35c
) | Special discount on Brooms.


I Complete- List of School Books used in Orange County and the Orlando Public Schools WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS


FIRST GRADE Frye's Higher Geography, 88c.
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 3, 41c.
Wheeler's Primer-First Semester, 2c.Wheeler's ; Hyde's English, part 2, 4Cc. Our Grocery CompanyTwo

First Reader-Second Semester, 23c. Riley and Chandler's "Our Republic," G5c.. with supplementary -

readings in Brevard and Bennett's "Florida History," Phones: 3 and 200
SECOND GRADE-
as.ordered by teacher. 6 t 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. $
Wheeler's First Reader-Finished First Semester, 2oc. Ritchie's Human Physiology, fiOc. ,
Wheeler's Second Reader-Finished Second Semester 33d: Berry's Writing Book, No. 7, 5c. I I .

Berry's Writing Book, No. 2, 5c. MIMIIIIIIIIMMMMItltOIMMII imam.
EIGHTH GRADE-

THIRD G1UDE- Carpenter's Geographical Reader as ordered by Teacher, COco I

Wheeler's Third Reader, 45c. Scott's Lady of the Lake, as ordered, 30c. II I
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic part 1, S-C.: Payne's Words Commonly Misspelled, 22c.: II

Berry's Writing Book, No. 3, 5c. Hyde's English, part 2, 4fic. I CAREY HAND

:Milne's: Progressive Arithmetic, part 3, -lie
FOURTH GRADEWheeler's -
Frye's Higher Geography, SSc. I
Fourth Reader, 43c.; Riley and Chandler's "Our Republic," GCJc., with supplementary FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Hyde's English, part one, 2Sc. f t readings in Brevard and Bennett's Florida History,
:Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part one :!c. as ordered by teacher, 54c. I AND EMBALMER

Frye's Geography, First Course, 4Qc. Duggar's Agriculture for Southern Schools, COco
Ritchie's Primer of Hygiene Soc I -
No. 4 5c. HIGH SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS
Berry's Writing Book, ,
I All calls answered Promptly Day
FIFTH GRADE- ENGLISH D. Brooks' English Composition, Book I, enlarged

edition, 1st and 2nd, 90c.S. or Night. Hand Block.
Wheeler's Fifth Reader, 55cM supplemented by Carpenter's D. Brooks' English Composition, Book 2, enlarged edition,
Geographical Reader, "South America," COc., when ordered ::rd and 4th, $1.00. '
:
Orlando Florida.
by teacher. -
Aswell's Century Speller, ISc. :MATHEMATICS-Milne's Standard Algebra, $1.00. ,,
Hyde's English, part No. 1, 25c. Wentworths & Smith's Plane Geometry, revised, SOc. PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457.

Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part 2, 36c. Wentworth and Smith's Solid Geometry, revised, 80c.

Fry e's Geography, First Course, 40c.
Evan's First Lessons in American History 45c. HISTORY-Muzzey's American History, $1.50.

Rilchie's Primer of Hygiene, 35c. Myer's General History, resvised edition, $1.50.

Berry's Writing Book, No. 5, 5c. Montgomery's English History, revised edition, $1.25.

SIXTH GRADE- I CIVICS-Boynton's School Civics, $1.00.
AUTO \WISHING STATION
Wheeler's Fifth Reader, 55c., completed, with supplementary SCIENCE Maury-Simonds' Physical Geography $1.25.
readings in Carpenter's "North America" when ordered Hunter's Civic Biology, $1.30.

by teacher, GOc. Hoadle .'s Essentials of Physics, 1913 edition, $1.25. THE PLACE THAT lAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
Aswell's Century Speller, 1Sc. Brownlee's First Principles of Chemistry, $1.30.
Hyde's English, part 1, 25c.
Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, part two, 36c. LANGUAGES-Latin, D'Ooge's Latin for Beginners. $1.00. REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

Frye's Higher Geography, 88c. Bennett's Caesar, $1.00 Known as "The Handy Man."
Evan's First Lesson in American History, 45c. Bennett's Cicero, $1.00.
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Ritchie's Primer of Sanitation, 40c. Bennett's Virgil, $1.25. .
Berry's Writing Book, No. 6, 5c. Bennett's Latin Grammar, 85c. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

Bennett's Latin Prose Composition, S5c. chine parts. Work guaranteed.GASOLINE .
SEVENTH GRADE- .
FRENCH-Fraser and Squair's Grammar, $1.00, with reader as
Carpenter's Geographical Reader, "Europe," as ordered by ordered by teacher. AND OIL

teacher, 60{.
Cooper's "The Spy," as ordered by teacher. GER\I.-\X-Joynes-\leissner: German Grammar, new edition, $1.25, Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Aswell's Century Speller, ISc. with reader as ordered by teacher. I


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ASSOCIATION attention from our Northern visitors.I 'I'
visited Galveston several years Miss Oma Chamberlain, one of last

(Continued from page 2)) I ago and there were oleanders everywhere year's most popular teachers, has
commonly called "Cootie" river. 1 and I remember distinctly how been spending several days here this
Would like to hear from ;you, and I'much I was impressed with them. week visiting friends. Miss Chamberlain : Hello, Grandma!

if I can give you any further in- I| Oleander plants are very easy to will occupy a position in the
formation in regard to this section, j slip and our plan is to have each Orlando schools this 'ear.-Xew

will be glad to do so.b"ours housewife in the city slip a few of Smyrna Breeze. We're All Well
truly, these plants, and on a certain day we ,
er.nEN{ DeVRIES. will have a planting day, and will go The Mink family got away last
-- out in machines and prescribe the evening in heir auto for their new
How You ?
Tampa, Fla., Sept. 17, 1915. territory and plant these oleanders.I home in Oakland, Fla., carrying with %\ are
personally, will furnish several them the best wishes of all of Clear-
Mr. W. M. Glenn, Orlando, Fla.
thousand of these plants, and every water. Mr. Mink says he will engage
My Dear Sir-You are the chair- housewife can furnish from ten to largely in stock raising and the culti- rG
man of the beautification committeeof one hundred.We vation of staple crops.-Clearwater
the Dixie highway.I can set these oleanders fiftyor Sun. ( ,, '1 It is a joyous 'moment
enclose you herewith an interview a hundred feet apart along the
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which we have given to the newspa- highways, and later we can do the Mrs. W. :\Murphy)', Jr., and daughter ;2 I for the distant grand-
pers of Tampa today. Mr. Dickie I same thing with the hibiscus. little Miss Catherine Lee Murphy -
showed me your letter of the 15th I The way to get oleander plants is have arrived in the city from
and I believe it would be a good idea ,. to get branches off the oleander trees, Orlando, and are the guests of Mrs. parent when she hears

to start this movement all along the put the ends down into a glass or ajar Murphy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
highway.We I of water, leaving but two or three Scroble, at their home in Springfieldfor the voice of her favorite
will, of course, work with you i I inches out of the water at the top. a several weeks' visit. Mrs. Murphy -

on anything looking toward the beau- I j I In a short time these will send out before her marriage, was :Miss youngster on the Long Distance Bell Telephone.
tification of the highway and will I, little white roots, and in a short time Nellie Scroble, of this city, and has
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make our plans conform with any I these can be transplanted along in many friends here, who always extend -
plans of the Central Florida Highway j i rows and later they can be dug up her a cordial' welcome.Times-
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Children who write the Bell
cannot
Association.This ir transplanting along' the high. Union. can use
is in response to your letter i 1 i ways.

to Mr. Dickie. I I Those women who will help in this Telephone with ease, and their small voices over the
Yours truly, work, we will ask to be very carefulin H. R. BERRY I
B. L. IIAMNER, keeping account of the colors of ,
wires give to loved that all is well.
Sec. Tampa Board Trade. the oleander plants from which the assurance ones
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branches were taken, because we I
We have in this county a splendid I want to keep the red and the white A complete line of Ford Acces-
system of highways and our problemis oleanders separated. The Long Distance Bell Telephone plays an important i
to beautify those highways and i, Any housewife who will help in sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
make them attractive, and the board this work the board of trade will be
to render satisfaction in all part in the social life of the nation.'ith- :
of trade is to undertake a great part I glad to hear from and to know they I
of the work in this county and this i are slipping plants and preparing fora lines of Automobile Repair
work is going to be extended all over beautiful highway 1ater.I out leaving your home you can visit satisfactorily: I
the state by the Central Florida High- Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
Right now is a splendid time to
way Association.In I start slipping these plants. Gasoline, and fair and square with relatives or friends in distant cities. :
Florida, we have conditions that
are different from California, and prices. I
from almost anywhere else in the HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS TO f
country, in that we have cattle roam- BE APPOINTED:: SOON:: The service is fine the rates reasonable.
ing at large over the country, and ; are
therefore there are some plants that Secretary L. P. Dickie, of the Cen-
we can not plant because we can not tral Florida Highway Association,has
give them proper attention and received a letter from Governor Tram- For Nine YearsWe Bell
is
Every Telephone a Long Distance Station.
proper protection from roving cattle mell announcing his intention of appointing '
and hogs. the state highway commis- I
T have been in business at the
Those of us who are so familial sioners at an early date.
with the oleander do not appreciatehow The association at Lakeland Sep- same location, Corner of South '

much is thought of it in the tember 9th recommended Ed. Scott, : SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
Main and Church Streets.
North, where most every households of Arcadia, as one of the four mem- (3(1
one in a tub which they bring out bers to be appointed by the governor.If Phone 226Orlando's
in summer time and put in their basements the other three are as good timber W y AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
in the winter. for this work as Ed. Scott, and the
The oleander is a bright;: hardy governor appoints them, as he no C/ATE tC
plant and it is a plant that cattle doubt will, then Florida will have a
I Leading Repair Shop
will not eat and will not destroy. It I sure enough highway commission. 'I ; )

grows quickly, flowers profusely, and I Arcadia News. I and Garage j

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.:; I ,
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4 OF C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES TO GROWERS ,..,/ :I, .

\VHO CONTEMPLATE SETTING GROVES THIS YEAR ) ." '

The most vitally important feature connected with the setting of a new

)ve IS THE SELECTION OF STOCK. To insure the largest percentage of .

:cess the nursery stock must be healthy and vigorous, the varieties must be the ... t

: ;t, the buds must be from proven trees, the roots must be well developed, and the

ck must carry the unqualified guarantee of the nursery from whom you purchase.In .

order \o secure these various features in their very highest degree, you have but to

t ice your order with this nursery GRAPEFRUIT- S

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OCATIONOur -
Marsh Seedless, _
nurseries are located at Eagle Lake and Lake Wales, Florida, in the famous Winter Pernambuco, Excelsior f

iven district, the tried and proven location for raising good citrus fruit trees. .
Late, Hall's Silver Cluster \

,DOT STOCKOur and Waters.

trees this'year were practically all budded on extra large healthy three-year-old Miscellaneous Citrus Fruits Dancy- "* t --

edlings with good, strong, well-developed root systems. The trees we offer will be from Tangerine, King Orange, Kumquats, Pink

/enty-five to forty per cent. better than the average nursery stock sold on account of our Shaddock. __ --

;ing these well-developed seedlings. LIMES (Budded Stock)The Tahiti and Mexican. T

UDWOODOur -

bud-wood was most carefully selected from healthy, prolific bearing trees ot pro- THE LIME INDUSTRY of FLORIDA \

unced type so that are sure to get tried stock true to variety.Read .
,
you The lime industry is today attracting as much attention as any other branchof

the following letter from S. C. Inman: .., the citrus fruit growing business and we believe is destined to become of great

MN/.. .Cn-r. ...._.._ c 1uS M_...-...., "... MJKf[._..._ VARIOUS KINDS OF ROOT importance.There.

-MO ereooooaoD -CM.K I STOCKVe are today comparatively few growers raising limes, and, therefore it

can furnish trees of all sizes should appeal especially to those who contemplate planting citrus groves. Thereare

!*i' : 2C* cn ci'K'T i r)!i.iorV! !!"Trn! sour several excellent reasons why all land owners should plant at least a part of

,'c.P.--.-........- T -t v'iM'If Ale Iap o.ws.Osrtl I I orange, or granefrrit stock. If yo"M have their grove to limes.

/0/1 TO0.7 I..n:, dcM'hi :15 .0 k: .id; you should plant,

FlOOCXCCVlLlA' IPgn COT. 1.1.0A. J, .Ja".t..S' J I| es/: t : .J.j is t' qr '\y 'f. s. ,j il}, drain- PEACH TREES-

4 aye '...I' .., w. -..'.. :. : -s.; ou. Budded on Pasco Plum stock our specialty; also on peach stock; the best
ne Teapa.Gentleaet C.. r.1'1a.' '?!bo=s Lnraertee. i -"V-A" ; varieties for Central and Southern Florida. Plant peach trees between the rows
I, ._ : TTFC__ -
:- I and start your income in two years.
't 2 bud only indard proven
I have for tutor of the 17th. end --.. teat will ANGEL JEWEL, WALDO AND HALL'S YELLOWOUR
be In the Etrket: for q.lte; s qifc-tlty of Pu1 ..a fr the:yon eone I I vr.rV: 'i; ,s, the best that L.: "'! be grown. I ,
fall, eel am pleased to say ttat If IireClt1r.10ZS fi3 to TarUtiea
ds rot vary caterlally free what you cent .. i shall is la position me lollowing varieties are' Jur> stand GUARANTEEWe
to take care cf tte orler. providing tear Ou will farce I
Itg sac veil la edvbaoa of .cur actual ..lalreoests.Uy co tv plac- ards and the ones we advise:
guarantee every tree we ship to be first class nursery stock true The C.1 '3tn "y'TNWpyfN
reason fcr wiping Ue c-.Jer In tar.a well In aSTtnceel I Lt Gim the and if set according to ir.structlorj gl;\.en h oar catalog
jour reeds is teseos I ceter eatrr tae gttertna of Bud iced I ORANGES-Pineapple, ? to name trees are
to other fcfccls. and at tlnos EJ was< c sands: EJ psrscnai .ttecticn. will e> tree to row, or replace same F. O. B. at our MK.T1110IM
Tardiff Valencia '.ate.i we guarantee ery
ant at each tires I cannot afford to t. icing other things. I Gong, Hart's ,
nurseries without cost.TIIWIMAS. .
EelaUTe to the weed teat : seat yea last Sprltg. aa i
pleased to asacre you tttt every stlc, of It was patte.-ed ty ay own I /
taaes.! principally: In cy Cr.1 grc' .. &...1 fro::! trees that I bow ere '
wealthy, act true to nana. FREE CATALOGUEOur + Tr

froa a youcg If grove I handle cf cy your own.future: cr--.r. I should expect to fatter: rt ; new illustrated catalog! gives instructions

for planting and caring for a
'heae trees are fruiting t'8 Season' and fore ebowiag toe
tree to case; there Is not an unhei tty tree In the whole frc., and much other valuable information
sad I can are aoout the fli._ grove
say tcey ; lot cf trees I have seeneremiifl.
i snail be atle to pluck: fro tce.. aoii jMtlotally: flee which be counted
on being
can as
tu wood. Mob I can r.comend: asr s..v.dly. I

Aa: glad to eee that tuere *-e naraeryoaa oho haw a con- r reliable.CErCAL 4
eclenoe regarding tn. charaater of etc:k tc., put In. and I assure 111 I -- NURSERIES -
you that I aa glad to cooperate with yau in carrying: out your eoa
und Ole alas.t .
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shall leave tere next friaay: for a oonta or six we ke n BRUEN WEBB BUILDING
stay in tee lortb. and shall hope to how from you after cy return. j
?' '' yo .lah to eorrespcnd with oe vlteln a few flays recel -
itg this a. a Istter addressed to me at s tnner. Ualce. :rItr.. oe I

Sooner or lat.r tours r..pectfu1, II TAMPA- FLORIDA, 1 /


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Miss Elise Harris leaves today for
Freeport, Louisiana, where she will
spend the winter months.

:Mrs. J. A. Morris arrived in Orlando -
in Panama last evening from Atlanta, Ga., to
visit her daughter Mrs. H. Carl FOR 4
and everywhere on American territory, is: simplft by "A.B.A." EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Dann.
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
ftlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for t -18-tf
business or pleasure. $10 A WEEKYOU

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Mr. G. M. Jacobs, one of the cattle
kings of Chuluota was in Orlando
yesterday mingling with business as-
SPEND
sociates and greeting friends.Mr. .


J. R. Copeland left yesterday
afternoon for Birmingham, Ala.,
where he will look after business mat-
ters for the next ten days.


8-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. YOU SAVE


Miss Corinne Barker, O. II. S. '15,
will leave tonight for Tallahassee $10 A YEAR
where she will enter the State College -
for Women.


Miss Nina Swearingen O. II. S. '15,
leaves tomorrow for DeLand where
she will enter the freshman class of J


: the 18-21-tf Standard university.Barber Shop 13 sanitary. IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS



Mr. A. R. Sandlin, a former pop-
ular resident of this city, but now
making his home in Ocala, where he
is manager of the Citrus Exchange,
spent yesterday in Orlando.

The Peoples National Bank
Miss Sarah Yancey daughter of
Mrs. T. A. Yancey, Sr., left last nighton
the 12:30 train for Boston, Mass.,
where she will enter the Boston Con-
servatory of Music.
Spring WaterIS
Deposit your Saving Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for

SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING you. 8-12-tf 111111111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 iMimilMIMIMi r

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD Mrs. A. G. Branham and daughter,
Miss Mary who have been spendingthe .....111111111..11..1..1'.111111..1111.1..1.1..I.lr .. .
summer in North Carolina, at
TRY Better TRY Black Mountain, returned home last

IT BEST IT evening.Mrs. .

J. N. Bradshaw returned to .
Orlando last evening from St. Augus- L SPECIAL
tine, where she has been visiting relatives -
and friends for the past three
weeks. .

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf 1 Touring Car complete, good running

Mr. J. D. Mitchill returned to Or-
lando yesterday over the SeaboardAir condition. $175. '

Line from New Rochelle, N. Y.,
here he went on a business and
pleasure trip. I' 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine

How much did you sava last monthin
cast: or Savings Checks 8-12-tf running condition. $150.

Mr. II. T. Niven, the popular repre- i
JUST RECEIVED CAR sentative of the American Steel Wire
company, Pittsburgh, Pa., is spending
LOAD OF today in Orlando a guest at the San

Juan hotel. ; San Juan Garage Company jj

Touring Cars Fresh bread, coffee cakes pies anda
full line of fancy cakes. Give us a
trial. We aim to please. Phone or- Orlando-DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
ders promptly attended to. Phone
$482.00 DeliveredF. No. 52. Carl Jansen's Bakery (suc-
cessor to Chas. Rock). 1-9?2-5tc

Mr. W. L. Dolive left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line
G. RUSH
his for Jacksonville, Mr. where he will visit HxJ...11 ,. ... ..1 b. It.'t. ., .. :} I.Q C ..1 .,.. f 4 I 1 . 1I1I .II . .1. III
son Carney Dolive,
32 East Church'Street Phone 226 managerof
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I Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Standard I Who Will Be Your Executor?

Mr. E. Field, who has been spend-
ing several in this section
days look- ANSWER ;o. 2
ing over the country, left yesterday .
afternoon Your estate be materially impaired as a
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Line for his home in .t direct result of the appointment of an executor., : .
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When an individual is appointed- F. "
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

WEDDINGSAre you. 8-12-ti is usually provided in wills that the person

Mrs. L. M. Heslington who has nominated to serve as executor shall be excused : + .; t ;;

been visiting Mrs. Myra G. Lane, 30,0 from giving bonds.
now giving us the cove ted opportunity to gladdenthe East Concord, left yesterday morningfor When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- : r:
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift Mount Dora, where she will stop pense of the estate and then only partial secu-
for a while before returning to her
rity against loss is provided.
SILVER, CUT GLASS, CHINA home in Miami. When a Trust Company is selected 4j'The

positive advantage of strong financial re-
Mrs. Mary A. Cox announces a lit- .
ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE tle presentation of the fashions of sjyjnsibility is secured. -,,
the hour. Exclusive Mouses, neck-
A bond which has behind it the entire financial
and novelties.
wear 501 West
Our stock affords an solution of the oft street
easy repeated Orlando. strength of the Institution is always filed with
question, What shall I give the bride? the Probate Court at "n *& to the estate.
The 1915-16 college year will be-
Answer No. 3 will in a subsequent issue = '
Quality always: the best-Prices always "Correct." gin at Rollins Wednesday. The formal appear ..
of this 4
opening will be held at 8:45 o'clocka. newspaper.
ASK YOUR FRIEND TO BUY A FRENDSIIIP LINK m., with exercises appropriate to
IIERE; ENGRAVED FREE the occasion. All members of the Come in any time and freely ask for further k
faculty will have arrived, and from information on this vitally important subject. ;
.. I present indications it seems that the You are always welcome, and our officers are always e
opening day will see the largest student glad to advise.
enrollment in the history of the

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