The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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YESTERDAY Washington, Sept. 27.-The replyof I was not because there is any pros-

the United States to Great Brit- pect of an early settlement with Germany -

Continues Mobilization ain's defense by Sir Edward Grey of I that the note will be sent soon,
Greece ;
O. II. S. HAS 120 AS COMPARED her oppression of American commerce I but because recent acts of Great Brit- IN HAND OF CITY
Germany Reports WITH 106 FOR will be sent forward irrespective of a ain in the packers' cases has !shown

Naval Successes-'Var- OPENING DAY 1914 settlement of difference btween this that temporizing on individual cases _

and This is futile.
government Germany. was
authoritatively stated today. The This note will be a vigorous protest I
official bureau Never Before So Much Interest document is a redraft of several doc- with certain strong statements that IMPOSSIBLE, FUNSTONREPORTS 250: BARREL GASOLINE
27.The -
London, Sept.
announces that Field MarshalSir Attached to Opening'ofPublic uments bearing on different parts of a continuance of her course by Great' TANK EXPLODES

John French reports that a num- Schools as the: general subject. Britain can only be regarded in an

north ber of of counter lIulluch attacks with heavy were losses repulsed to YesterdayThe The officials explained today that it I,unfriendly light.REFUSES I W. W. FACES SERIOUS CHARGES ARDMORE WAS LEFT[ IN DARKNESSTerrific

the Germans. the exercises Orlando attending school the yesterday openingof 31ST YEAR FOR ROLLINS ENDORSEMENTDr.
East of Loos the allied offensive Is I Order Will Be Confronted With Concussion Puts Light-

progressing favorably. The total cap- morning were especially interestingto
Charges Telling of Efforts ing System Out of Commission
tured so far has been 53 officers, the friends and patrons of the -

2300 men 18 guns, and 32 machine school, many of whom were presentto Oldest College in Florida Will McKinnon Won't Endorse Among Mexicans to -City Under

witness the beginning of the school Open Its Doors Tomorrow; Prof. Coleman's State Teach-
guns. Stir up Trouble Martial Law
year of 1915-16. Big Increase in er's Certificate; to Teach

New Offensive Continues Professor J. W. Simmons, principalof Attendance 'in Orange CountyDr. Washington, Sept. 27.-Gen. Fun- Ardmore, Okla., Sept. 27.-Between
I the high school, directed the ex-
27. The offensive
Paris, Sept. new
ston today reported that the situationat
25 and 50; dead
ercises of the Short ad- persons are and at
movement is continuing along the en- morning. Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock J. F. McKinnon, county super- Brownsville is still 'threatening,
The I dresses were given by Rev. E. T. least 200 were injured, most of them
tire front in Champagne. war Rollins College at Winter Park will intendent of public instruction, has but that he has so disposed his forces
Poulson and Rev. J. B. Ley, and C. E. I
office announces today that more Ger- dangerously, at noon todaywhen a
that further raids will be impossible.Col.
begin its thirty-first year. refused to endorse the state teacher'scertificate
Howard chairman of the sub-district
have been occupied.The 250; barrel tank
man positions Tiodulo R. Beltrain, the Car- car of gasoline standing -
that school board. Several excellent num- The entire faculty is in Winter held by Prof. W. S. Cole-
announcement also says ranza consul at San Antonio, Texas, near the Santa Fe freight office
gains in the Artois region, in north- bers were rendered by the high school Park greeting new students, and arranging man, which disqualifies him from tomorrow will appear before the department and business district .

western France, have been main- orchestra.The schedules for the coming teaching in Orange county. of justice to show that the exploded.The
I tremendous force of the
enrollment in all departmentswas Prof. Coleman has lived in Orlandofor ex-
tained. year's work. Every train is bringing Mexican members of the Industrial
plosion shook down
There is intense cannonading be- unusually large for an opening five years, teaching one year at many buildingsand
students who are coming early in or- Workers of the World are responsible threw burning gasoline in
tween the Meuse and Moselle, in Lor- day; 337 pupils entered the north Tampa. lie came to Florida from every
for the outbreaks along the bor-
der to settled in their and direction.A .
school 31) enrolled in the get rooms
raine, on the part of both the allies grammar New York state. F' three years he der and the attacks upon the American -
few minutes later the whole
of the old ready to begin work. town
and the Germans. grammar was principal of the Orlando high soldiers.
school, and 120 in Orlando high The college buildings and campus school and last year was principal of was at the mercy of a score of fires.
The Carranza consul will tell the
Greece Can Mobilize 400,000 school. The first day enrollment for have been carefully looked after so the Orlando grammar schools.It department officials that the mem- At 6:30 tonight the fires were all

Paris, Sept. 27.-Mobilization of 1914-1915 was 106 in the high school. iv understood that Prof. Cole- under control and the city placed un-
that they make one of the most at- bers of this organization believe that der martial law.
i twenty classes of Greek troops will All records for enrollment were man's certificate which qualified him
tractive locations in the state. they are serving the cause of Mexico A spark from hammer which
Thisis broken in the various of the ignited -
call to the colors 400,000 men. years to teach in Florida for five years ex-
the school. The senior class Wednesday morning will be given by stirring up trouble. Many of them the gas fumes through a small
the official figure given by high present pired in June of this year. lie then
wear Carranasta .uniforms, which, it
leak in the tank
Greek war ministry yesterday, as for- numbering more than 20 members over to the opening exercises, whichas went to Tampa, and took the stateteacher's caused the explo.
is stated obtainable and
are easily
warded by the Athens correspondentof far exceeds that of last year which usual will consist of announce- examination under the aus- sion, it was stated tonight.
cost but little. It is stated that
the Havas News Agency.The started in with 15 students. The pices of the county school officials of very Two workmen were busy on the
ments for the coming year, addressesby the arms are obtained from the cen- tank at the time and both
thereis freshman class is far the were killed.
war ministry states that by largestever Hillsborough county. It is said he
prominent men, members of the tral body of the Indusrial Workersof
Immediately after the
abundance of equipment and entering the Orlando high school. the examination at explosion
an passed Tampa
board of trustees and the 'faculty.The the World and are supposed to homes thrown
The members of the Orlando sub- were open to the injured -
munitions for their men. with a grade of 95 per cent. It is
is invited attend the have been
public to smuggled across the bor- I
The correspondent adds it is unknown district board, Messrs. C. E. Howard, said that the certificate which was and a score of men began
opening exercises.Quick der by leaders of ths t organizationin I
whether King Constantine will Geo. Phillips, and W. S. Branch, Jr., granted to him by the Hillsborough Texas.It searching the smoldering ruins of the

take active command of his forces. If were present during the exercises. county officials is good in any countyof main part of the town for victims.
was officially denied today that
he does not do so, his brother, Prince The entire high school faculty was Verdict the state. One hundred people were cut by
any embargo on arms is being main-
Nicholas, will be placed in command. present, as were also Rev. Ley and Dr. :McKinnon when seen yesterday glass.
tained. It is however
explained, that
Rev. Poulson. A number of the alumni stated that he had absolutely nothingto Automobiles hurried through the

,{ Berlin Claims Successes of the high school were interested MendenhallCase say for publication one way or the while intended shipments for the Villistas of military or the supplies Car- streets homes. hauling the injured to their

Berlin, via Amsterdam, Sept. 27.- members of the audience. other. lie did say that he would givea
had not been interferedwith
One British warship has been sunk I Opening of Winter Park Schools statement over his signature to the The tank of gasoline belonged to
TodayClearwater strict orders were issued several
and two damaged by German coast YesterdayThe Sentinel at a later date. refinery and a young
ago, following an outbreak of
abtteries off Belgium, and two Russian Winter Park schools were Prof. Coleman when interveiwedlast man from the refinery was trying to
trouble along the border, to hold up the leak
stop that
warships, one first line dread- and 120 said he had abso- had been reported
opened yesterday pupils en- Fla.. Sept. 27.-\lid-: night also that all shipments where there was .

naught, have been damaged by an air rolled, a large increase over the open- night.-Court) is still in session in lutely nothing to say for publication.The doubt as to their ultimate destination.The any. from the Santa Fe office. Whetherthe

attack in the gulf of Riga, accordingto ing day of last year. Dr. J. F. Mc- the case of the State vs. J. J. :Men county school board will hold administration became convinced boy escaped is not known.

official announcements today. Kinnon, county superintendent of denhall. Attorney Tom Palmer is its regular session Tuesday, October that the arms falling into the hands Almost every family had at least

In addition, a German submarine public instruction, attended the open- now making the closing appeal for 5. The question will occupy the at- of marauding bands and guerillas I one member away from home and

sank the British steamer Natal, a ing day exercises at that city and the defendant. Judge Reaves or- tention of the board, and it is hoped would be used against United States I men and women frantically searchedfor

transport, of Crete, and an Austrian from there went to Maitland to par- dered a night session in the expecta that the matter will reach a satisfac- soldiers and civilians.It the missing ones.

submarine sank a 5,000 ton French in the exercises.At settlement all Telephone poles were twisted in
ticipate tion that the case might go to the tory to parties con- is stated
on high authority that
steamer which was carrying coal Winter Park a new principal, jury either tonight or the first thingin cerned. there will be no embargo laid againstarms : two in by darkness the concussion, and the townis

from Malta to Crete.C. Prof. J. S. Kirton, is in charge. Prof. the morning. It looks now as if tonight.
shipped to Villa or his forces
Kirton comes from Sumter county the jury would get the case at 9 until after Carranza has been

II. BAKER RETURNS FROMGAINESVILLE I where he successfully taught for four o'clock. An opinion is that the jury G.A.R'sMayBeAt nized. recog- STOPPED AT ORLANDO EN
years. He comes highly recommended i will arrive at a verdict on the first or TAMPAMr.

C. II. Baker, county agricultural and will soon have a state teach- 'second ballot. If a verdict is not ar- Their LastReunion BRITISH CENSOR PUZZLED Geo. II. '-

agent, has returned from Gainesville er's certificate, having successfully rivel at then it is expected that a Wygant stopped over
Munich, Bavaria.-A local publish- in Orlando
where he has been attending the passed examinations on most of the mistrial will result. The nature of Sunday afternoon and

meeting of the state demonstration required subjects. However, he holdsa the evidence is such that it is believed ing house recently sent the following spent yesterday with his wife and
cable dispatch to a New York theatrical son, :Master Geo. H, Jr., who visiting
agents. He reports a pleasant and Georgia state certificate. Mrs. Kir- unless one or two jurors have a fixed are

profitable trip. A number of promi- ton is also engaged as teacher and is conviction which will not yield to discussions manager through its repre- Mrs. Wygant's father, Mr. II. B.
27.-The sentative in Switzerland: "You can Myers, at his home
nent officials of the U. S. departmentof most efficient. She is teaching the of other jurors at once, they Washington, September on corner of
National Capital today is the maneu- have Infantrist Pflaume under the Jackson and West street. Mr. Wy-
agriculture were present at the fifth and sixth grades. will never yield.
vering ground of the men who sixty conditions stipulated in our last let- gant is the secretary-treasurer of the
4 convention and delivered addressesand The Winter Park school has an ad- The jury can return only one of "

lectures, which will prove of great ditional teaching staff. There are three verdicts, guilty of murder in years ago fought the battles that resulted ter. Southeastern National Electrical As-

benefit to the county agents in the eleven grades with six teachers. At the first degree, which carries with it in the preservation. of the The message reached London, but sociation and was returning to Tampa

pursuit of their duties.BASEBALL the opening exercises yesterday ad- the full penalty; guilty with recom- Union. there it was stopped. The British from Asheville, N. O, where he had
All last night and .censor was puzzled and suspectedsome been attending a meeting. "
day yesterday,
were by Dr. McKinnon mendation to the mercy of the court, I
RESULTS Prof. Kirton, pastors and officersof which carries with it a penalty of life today the Washington veterans of the kind of a military plot. He Mrs. Wygant and son will not return -
Grand of the Republic have wanted to know for what purpose a to their home before
Army Friday,
the school board. A highly suc- imprisonment, and not guilty. The as
Federal League cessful year is looked for. other possibility in the final disposition been arriving at Washington to at- German soldier was to be sent to her mother, Mrs. Myers, who has been

Kansas City 3-7, Baltimore 1-3. tend what be their last reunion, America and only passed the dispatch spending the summer in Pennsylvania
Chicago 5, Brooklyn 0. From Winter Park Dr. McKinnon I II of the case is a mistrial. may -
I and today there are at least forty when a long telegram from Zurich is expected to return to Orlando
St Louis 3. Buffalo 2. went to Maitland and reported a good Should Mendenhall be cleared, on
Pittsburgh 3, Newark 0. attendance. :Miss Kathleen Hill is his testimony, then Stemple would be thousand of them in the capital, explained to him that "Infantrist Thursday. At the meeting of the

National League garbed in faded blue suits, with Pflaume" is the title of a military Electrical association in North Carolina
the teacher in charge and is very ef in jeopardy, because it would be in-
Cincinnati 2-1.
Chicago 7-5
Others not scheduled., ficient. cumbent on the state to arrest him on bravely shining brass buttons, walk comedy that has made a hit in Ger- Mr. J. C. Woodsome, of Tampa,

American League the charge of setting fire to the wo ing slowly but proudly through the many, Austria and Switzerland. was elected president, and that city

New York 2, Cleveland 9. MAYER CANDY KITCHEN SOLD The changed streets. was promised the 1916 meeting.
men. acceptance of )IendenhaIrs
Boston 8, St. Louis 4. YESTERDAYThe these vet- MANY DEPORTED TO SIBERIA
e Philadelphia 5, Chicago 6. testimony, and the fact that he Fifty years ago same

Washington 5, Detroit 7. did not establish beyond doubt that erans marched down Pennsylvaniaavenue Berne, Switzerland. Russian WILL ENGAGE IN TRUCKING AT

Mayer Candy Kitchen was pur- the two in the Grand Review that cel- Socialistic paper in Geneva publishesa SANFORDMr.
. . . t i chased women were dead when, as letter from
yesterday by M. M. Hobson, of he alleges, Stemple threw gasoleneinto ebrated the fall of Richmond and the Siberia in which the

All, SOME OF THEM ARE Kansas City, IoIr.. Hobson, whois the car and on their bodies and end of the civil war. Next Wednesday writer reports that all prisons east Herman Hutchinson, who has

BACK FROM TIlE COAST! an expert candy maker, has already touched a match to the inflammable they are to re-enact that scene, of the Ural mountains are crowded been connected with the Roof Garden

Deep Sea Outfit for Sale Cheap. taken charge of his property.Mr. liquid, would place Stemple in the position and with Col. David J. Palmer, of Des with deported political prisoners. In theatre in this city, as operator, left

Two reels in a dilapidated con- and Mrs. Sylvester Mayer, and of committing a murder, and Moines, Iowa, at their head, will one village alone, according to the last night for Sanford, where he will

dition; two rods, one broken, the brothers, Gerald and Paul Mayer, and of then trying to throw the blame on march again from the Capitol Build- letter, there are 140 starving Social- re-engage in trucking with his father.

S other badly bent; two lines, both mother, Mrs. Jacob Mayer, will leave Mendenhall.Get ing to the White House where Presi- ists from Lithuania. In another town During the four years that Mr.

S tangled and knotted otherwise some time next week for Colorado, dent Wilson will review them. Col. 185 noblemen from the Baltic provinces Hutchinson has made his home in Or- .

S serviceable. Apply t:Dr. Sylvan where they will join several membersof your school books and school Palmer led the Grand Review at the I are herded together under awful lando, he has formed an acquanitance

MeElroy. the family who preceded them to supplies at Curtis & O'Neal's this close of the war, but next Wednesday' conditions. Many of the aristocratsare among many who regret his departure. -
. . . . .
the West some weeks past. tech, and avoid the rush. is expected to set a slower pace. killed by their sufferings. ..


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Judges, Not the Lawyer. Ques
tion the Witnesses. Members of Kissimmee Lodge, No. : GARDEN SEED !

The defendant In a Japanese court 74, I. O. O. F., accepted the invitation -.
was testifying In his own behalf. lIe
extended them by Orlando Lodge, i
aloud directly In front of the presiding
judge not ten feet distant from him No. 20, on Monday night, to witnessthe

and answered Ills questions In a clear conferring of degrees, partake of New Crop Onion Sets Just : :
voice without any apparent hesitation ,refreshments and smoke. __Orlando I ..
' udJeb4e cuuverunt with the made" cigars. Arrrved

case, for he put questions rapidly giving A strong delegation was also in attendance -

a funuy little grunt of acquiescenceafter from Eustis, and in fact the 1 Come in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality

er answer. Occasionally one I hall was filled with Odd Fellows of all Seeds, and Low Price
of the avMx-intcs wrote a suggestionand
initiates to Canton
banded It to the president and degrees
once or twice tbe defendant's counsel brothers. Some of the candidates de-

asked tbe court to put a certain In faulted. The Eustis men, accordingto
quiry. The whole proceeding-and the their noble grand, had taken to the City Drug StoreJ.

same may be said of those in several tall timbers," but their sponsors assured -
other courts 1 visited-was conductedin the Orlando lodge they wouldbe ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL BUILDINGThe
a quiet colloquial way. In every
lassoed and brought up to the
Instance 1 was impressed with the simple Orlando High School's registration figures for the opening day
scratch on next Monday night.
businesslike atmosphere.Some yesterday established a new record. 120 entered High School yesterdayas
of the Japanese lawyers with Sheriff Ingram was reported to
whom I bare talked say that they feel have taken a trip West and II. Edmund compared with lOG for the first day of last year. A successful year

that very often tbe court does not Swabey was detailed as a com- faces every department of the Orlando High School this year, as well as

elicit all the fails aud that our system mittee of one to round him up, placean the public school system generally.
of having witnesses questioned by "Oregon boot" upon one of his legs
counsel would be better but. on the and present him for the next regular Hammond & Gore

other baud some lawyers maintain meeting. Noble Grand Huling, of NORTHCLIFFE PAPERS FACE SHAKE UP IN GERMAN NAVAL
that better result are realized by the
system which puts upon the court the Kissimmee, and the noble grand ofthe PROSECUTION STAFF IS ONE OF TilE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
Eustis both delivered addresses DAY'S SURPRISESBerlin
lodge -
duty of getting at the truth maintain ,
tug that the wit 1I\'S't'>I are more apt to at the meetinf. All of the London, Sept. 25.-A sequel to the

talk frankly t"> the i-ourt Ulan to the Odd Fellows assembled had an instructive sensational story of the destructionof via courier to the frontier Values Low Prices
lawyer for the <>pi>oMte side who Is enjoyable evening and the
the great Russian ammunition fac- and London, Sept. 25.-Admiral yonI101tzendorlf
engaged: as they think, in trying to visiting brothers declared that the COMPARE
Okhta suburb of former commander of
make them out Mars tory at a Petrograd, ,
brothers of No. 20 were good entertainers -
1 came sway quite favorably Impressed recently published by the Northcliffe the German high seas fleet, now is
and hearty specimens of the
with what I saw and wonder- order. newspapers, was foreshadowed by a head of the naval general stair succeeding OUR FURNITUREWe

ing whether on the whole in 95 per reply made in the house of commons Vice-Admiral Bachmann.
Those who made the trip from Kis-
cent of the cases a decision by three Rear Admiral Behnicke vice-chief of
by Sir John A. Simon, secretary for ,
provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
ot simme eby auto were: Bert Huling,
trained In investigation
Judges home affairs, to a question. The the naval general staff, also is out, furniture
the If
by knowing buyers as standard of merit.
facts would not be as nearly right as noble grand; Ed. Magee, secretary;
home secretary said the story had and it is understood his successor article is here it is .
tbe verdict of twelve citizens casually Ernest Johnson, G. D. Boone, Dr. an good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We
been published without being submit- will be Admiral von Koch, inspectorof can't make this clear-it
point too is of the foundation
gathered in from the genera: com Hyatt, W. F. Frace, Theron Curry, one
munlty.-George W. Wickersham in John Hulquist, Arthur Cooper, T. M. ted to the censor, and he added that marine instruction at the naval stones of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Case and Comment. the fact had been brought to the no- academy, although this appointmentis
Clark, Mr. Skinner, II. E. Swabey,andA.
unconfirmed.The .
tice of the public prosecutor.The
C. Alderman.
COAXING THE FURNACE.Try story said thousands of work- changes, which were made
men were killed when the factory was some time ago, took place in connec- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

Gentleness and the Uplift and CARL DANN AT SANFORD blown to pieces last April, and that tion with the modification in the sub-

Kindly, Soothing Words. the destruction of the plant caused marine policy signalled by Ambassador Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Treat your furnace kindly. Let yonr Mr. and Mrs. II. Carl Dann and son, such an extreme dearth of ammunition von EernstorlFs declarations at

I watchwords as a furnace tender be !Master Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack I that nothing could be done by Washington. The displaced admirals, I

I gentleness and uplift Be firm with Martin, of Orlando, were in the city the Russians against the German ar- it is understood, were opposed to the I .:

your furnace but always gentle. Some today on a pleasure trip. Carl Dannis ; tillery. modifications.The .
persons Imagine that the way to make I
a furnace behave properly Is to first probably the greatest hustler in the I new chief, von Holtzendorff, is .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.

shake It violently and then maul the real estate line in the state and has I Guests registering at the San Juan I one of the big men of the navy. Em-

life out of the remaining coals with the had wonderful success in developing hotel yesterday included J. D. Mitchill -' peror William gave him command of
poker. They try chastisement when subdivisions in Orlando and Orange i New Rochelle, N. Y.; II. T. Niven, I the high seas fleet at the outset of Sunshine

they should try gentleness and uplift county. He is a young man that deserves -I Pittsburgh; F. C. Calkins, F. L. An- the dreadnought era when the advent

and only succeed in packing the coal great credit for the success dress, Frank W. Crisp, Jacksonville; of the all-big-gun type of battleshipmade

secret harder of and successful destroying furnace ventilation tending.tbe that has. come to him through his I J. Meakins, E. C. Roebling, New Germany a dangerous rival of I Crackers and Cakes ij

Nothing responds more readily: to uplift hustling proclivities.-Sanford Her- : York; E. O. McLean, Jr., Yorks; Albert I Great Britain, and he retained that

than does a furnace fire. When in ald. A. Moyer, J. J. Hughes, Phila- command until just before the war

the early morning you wish to arouse delphia; A. McMorrow, Rochester, began, when he was succeeded by Ad- Everyone loves the Sunshine. We have just received a full

the furnace tire from its slumbers you J. E. A. Henry is off for a visit in E. M. Tally, Tavares; L. C. Scheffen- miral von Ingenohl, who gave way in line of Sunshine Crackers and Cakes. They are fresh and crisp.

should first shake It gently then gently Orange i county to look over the citrus ecker, Batlimore; G. D. Moss, Birmingham turn last spring to Admiral von Pohl.
i tickle the ribs of tbe grate with the Toilet Paper, 4 lOco rolls for _______________________________25c
there. He will spend several ; M. H. Thatcher, Sanford;
poker to make ventilation more perfectand prospects Geo. An ad in the Lemon Extract, Two 25c. bottles for _______________________25c
I days in Orlando-St. Petersburg I H. D. Moore, Chicago; Lynch, morning Sentinelisa
then crack tbe top crust with a safe investment. Lemon Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ____________________25c

i lever-like uplifting use of the poker. Ina Independent. Richmond. Peach Extract, Four lOc. bottles for _______________________25c r
minute the tin will be wide awake
I Bulk Coffee, per pound __________________________________15c
and In good humor laughing,: and sticking
out its tongues of flame at you in IIIIIMIHIlif' 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II 0 .It Can Coffee, per pound ___________________________________25c

merriment Comb Honey, 20c, 3 for _________________________________SOc

Ii Never swear at your furnace no mat Strain Honey, ____________________________________15c. and 50c

ter bow It annoys you. That will makeIt New Guava Jelly, per glass __________________________ __15c

sulky and obstinate. You never sawa 16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for ________________. __.$1.00
furnace which was sworn at often "Oakland Try our Creamery Butter, only _____________________.______35c
which was not frequently sulky and
Special discount on Brooms.
obotinate. .Now did )00'It is advis

able to take the directly opposite tack.I .
know a man who always addresseshis
furnace "sweetheart" or ""dar STUDY of the specifications while convincingto WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

ling." and be assures me the plan worksto A ,

perfection. Maybe It doesn't really the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan
make the furnace warm up the way It Our Grocery CompanyTwo
seems to." he frankly admits. "Maybe approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can

the from mere losing suggestion my; ,temper and Just hammeringmy keeps me be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learn- Phones: 3 and 200

actual service. A at its beautiful lines and a
fire to pieces. But anyway, the re of its record under conditions glance

sults are excellent. Savvy?"-Lee Shlp- close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.CAREY .

pey In Judge. this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat
Aisle on the Car In a Wreck.A a surprisingly low cost.

veteran railroad man gave.a pieceof The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it
valuable advice not long ago."If
you ever get into a wreck." btt will give enduring service.
said and have time to follow out this

suggestion remember this: Always Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System HANDFUNERAL
stand In the aisle. Most of the Injuries
that are suffered occur because the victim The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without a standardelectric
Is crushed between the seats. If comfortably without crowding. The driving starting, lighting and ignition: system.
you are In the aisle you may be thrown compartment has plenty of leg room, even for The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy. DIRECTORAND
You down' the button with
simply starting
is deep and extra press
forward and braised a little but there a tall man. The tonneau
46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This is
wide the seat stem
is much less chance of receiving serious
by a storage battery which is EMBALMERAll
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, givoperated
hurts. It isn't always possible to the
trimby generator.
ing real comfort to the passangers. The
get out of your seat before the crash leather.
ming is genuine
but If It is follow that advice."
comes Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionThe
-Pittsburgh Press.Dome Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith calls answered
Promptly Dayor
light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steel
of the Rock. model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs clamp directlv to the
The name "Dome of the Rock Is which means for the owner, 'low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The Night. Hand Block.
one that has been conferred on the great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-

celebrated mosque of Omar at Jeru- tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
Power and Speed foundation. This Oakland construction Orlando Florida.PHONE
salem. It stands on Mount Moriah. secure .
eliminates the unsightly side usually A ,
the site occupied by the temple motor apron
on once The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder
found between the body and running board.
of Solomon. Immediately underits will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all i 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
dome an irregular shaped rock proJects the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive
above the pateinent This rock Six should have, and is very responsive to the
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear
was the scene ot many: Scriptural axle and wheels without shock or jar, the ;
events and has been greatly reveredfor Low Center of GravityLike rear springs acting as a cushion. This construction -
ages by Jews and Mohammedans.Tools saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
all Oakland models, the weight of this
--- prolongs; the life of the rear axle and gives un-
Not Toy. car is carried low to the ground. This prevents usual riding comfort. i
and skidding, which wear out tires
J'UmmerIf Ctn-on downtown to and side-sway rack the frame and driving mechanism.This AUTO WASHING\ STATION
daylied just fought a tin born a
; low center of gravity makes the car easier Other Features
triangle come blocks\ a rattle box to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
some sleigh hells aud a popgun.; I 1
shifting 'lever the ball and socket
didn't know he bad a baby. Flamson Vacuum Gasoline System Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake type. THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
He hasn't lIe's vaudeville trap
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering .
drummer. Those- things are part of have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
solutely automatic. You can forget you
his outfit-lHck it on the car. No air pump to get out of order One-man top, with clamps to windshield without REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

--- or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in Known as "The Handy Man.
They Were Not. gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board.all .
A young -Jer.yflln small' of stature grades. Increases the mileage' to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
preaching as a candidate in a certain of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
boards. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
place one Sabbath, peering over the I of the car where it belongs.
pulpit Bibl- M'jiionnced as his text: chine parts. Work guaranteed.

"]t Is I. I IV mil afraid."

Arab- -.Horse- -Test.A $795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ.B.MaruderJr.Distributor GASOLINE AND OIL

test.good Is one horse that nccordlng can stand to perfectly an Arab Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

erect upon his legs when drinking I

from a shallow pool.

As we grow less young the aged

grow less old.-Bacon. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

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SECURITIES COMPANY Ii this legend: "Do you know of any I.\RKETI AUTHORITY WILL I
ISSUES BOOKLET; TELLS OF |town in the United States of 10,000 SPEAK AT SEMINAR
.' UNTOLD ADVANTAGES inhabitants which can boast of !

OF ORANGE COUNTY i churches like these?" Gainesville, Fla., Sept. 25.-Dr. '

There are also numerojs illustrations Charles J. Brand, chief of the officeof
"Diversified Farming in Florida" of agricultural and stock farm- markets and rural organization of
is the title of a 26 page booklet which ,ing operations in this section, prom- the United States department of agriculture -'
is just off the press, and is being cir-i i inent among which is one showing a and probably the most wide-
culated by the Orlando Securities prolific crop of Natal grass and sor- ly known authortiy on market condi- "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Company, -Vhich has offices in the ghum, grown by II.: A. Vivian at his tions in the United States and abroad,
Westmi ter. building Chicago, and place in this city. The editor takes is to be the principal speaker at the
also inflpctsonville and Orlando.As I considerable space to set forth the coming citrus seminar. This office Unless Budded from: A Bear-

the foreword remarks good qualities of this new forage has a large corps of men studying i'I
"This booklet addresses itself' to crop, concerning which he remarks: markets, distribution, rural organi- ': Treo of Known Qualityand
every man and to every woman who "As you probably know, Florida zation and other related subjects. I ing
wishes to improve his or her condi- I imports annually upwards of six mil- The last congress gave this office the I
tion. If you are one such, please readit I lion dollars worth of hay. The priceof sum of $257,500 for the study of i! Quantity of Produc-
through with care, for on some one hay in Florida is determined by markets and distribution alone. Dr. '
of its pages there is a message for I I the market value of hay Wisconsin, Brand, as chief of this work, is in a !
you." I lin I Michigan, or wherever it is shipped position to give, and will give, the I tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn

And again, further along, we find I I'from, plus freight rate to Florida,and citrus growers authoritative
this under the heading, "Florida and I I ranges from $20 to $30 a ton. During tion on a subject in which informa-I
the last few farmers have
Its Opportunities. years vitally interested. ,
"During the last few years there I been growing Natal grass (a South Dr. Brand will address the seminar
has been a remarkable transmigration African product) with tremendous during the morning of October 8.I five years the Ocklnwaha: Nurseries through actual dem-
of settlers from the North to the I success on certain varieties of Florida Other speakers at this time will' be I onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
South. The public has begun to real- land. This grass, which produces B. Hamner, secretary of the Tampa I brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

ize the South offers greater opportu- large yields, requires good, high, pinewoods board of trade, and L. D. Jones, does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
nities agriculturally than any other : soil, nnd although it will flour. I{|manager of the Florida Citrus Ex
Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
portion of the United States. The ish to some extent on the very lightest change.
place for the farmer is now in the of sardy soils, it will, accordingto The citrus seminar which is to be published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
South.-Former Secretary of Agriculture -I Press Bulletin No. 208, of the Uni- held at the University of Florida, in the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
Wilson. versity of Florida Department of Agriculture Gainesville, will open at 9 o'clock on from a parent of true merit.
In regard to Orlando and Orange produce much greater yields I Tuesday morning, October 5, in the
county, the editor of the booklet has I on heavier soils, such as ours. . agricultural building. The program To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection
this to say: Land in Florida which will profitably :has been divided as follows: as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not,
"Orange county is famous for its I grow this grass is limited. The chief j Oct. Fertilizers and Grove Man- been in existence five years, are falling over each other to convince -
good roads. Practically all of the consideration! in our selection of these I lagement. "
i you that their trees are "Pedigreed. May be so, but, Mr.
roads in the corporate limits of Orlando kinds was their adaptability to the !' Oct. 6-Citrus Cnaker.
Planter, be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
are of brick. The phrase "brick growing of Natal grass." j Oct. 7-Citrus Diseases and Pests. you
roads" has become the slogan of Or- The entire booklet is handsomely Oct. Markets.. the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

ange county, and within the last year gotten! u:'> and truthfully sets forth !' The railroads have granted a re- rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
the people of Orange county have the facts concerning agricultural con- ;;,duced rate of three cents per mile for
I I You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
voted a bond issue of $600,000 to ditions in this part of Florida. The the round trip, plus twenty-five cents.
build sixty miles of brick roads lead- officials of the Orlando Securities I great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

ing out from Orlando in four direc- Company are J. B. Ransom, president "Gov. Ralston of Indiana presseda bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
tions to the county line, undeniable ; Herman A. Pen. vice-president, button the other day and by wire bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
evidence of the prosperity of the peo- and J. Edson Andrews, secretary and less started the motor of an automo-
ple of Orange county. treasurer. Mr. Andrews is well and bile five miles away," says the Savannah CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

"These roads are all actually under favorably known in Orlando and his News, and hastens to inquire: grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
construction, and many of them are connection with the company ):;1aranj "Are we nearing the age of the
already completed. One of these j tees that it is a bona fide organization less chauffeur? Would there be wire-I
brick roads which is completed passes! in which full confidence may be fun in a joy ride with the
through our property for ten miles.In placed by the investing public. I ting at home and by wireless sending ', Ocklawaha Nurseries
addition to these brick roads, there the automobile swerving and careen-
are numerous good country roads Allies Ready to Strike ing along the road?" O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FloridaOR
passing through our land."
The booklet is filled with interest- Paris, Sept. 25.The quadruple en- Bruce Scott, a prominent businessman
illustrations showing views in Or- tente powers' representatives are said I of Toronto, Canada, who was recently -
to have been conferring during the G. G. Wright Agent
lando and surrounding territory here to look over the proper- ,
which emphasize the progressivenessand past week as to the best means of II ties of the Hunter Land company,has
acting with a maximum of force in 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
capability of this section. purchased from that company a tract
Among the handsome Orlando resi- the Balkans. They now are in a position -'of about 2,000 acres in Orange coun-
to strike there should
dences which are shown are those of quickly ty, near the Osceola county line.-
Jas. L. Giles and C. G. Westcott, on the necessity arise, it is asserted, as Kissimmee Valley Gazette.
there are important reserves at the
Lucerne Circle. Another picture
shows the attractive Country Club Dardanelles, which can be augmented Florida must be ripe for a compulsory
building.A within a short time. attendance law. Everywhere the I

group picture shows the three ,vote has been taken it is pretty near
new churches, Methodist, Baptist and Read the Morning Sentinel :'or the. unanimous in favor of such a law.-
Presbyterian, which have under them news. lOc. a week delivered. Arcadia News. j

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The Eyes Of t r ,;;,, r a : t. Distinguished

Every One ; Showing New

are turned on the woman Fall Skirts
whose clothes mark her
apart from the crowd. The great demand for

They proclaim her one of ] I II smart Fall Skirts at
discriminating taste, for moderate prices finds us a
to select such a garment I splendidly prepared. Ev
from the many that i;: ;, L; ery day more and more
seen on every hand re't I \ ''J / \ new skirts join our Fall
quires a knowledge and t', L-. "- I 4 -& Fashion display, from
appreciation of style, the most exquisite ma-
material, fit and wearing r 1 \\t! ; I c I i \ terials and perfect mod-
qualities that few pos- els.
sess. But these are ''r J \ 1 Plain tailored, silk

characteristics that are S i 1, ,. r, ;{ h r j f braid trimmed, neat but-
found in every Prinzess ;,- '1 I i { tons, latest belt, and the
Suit Come in, look new handy pocket.
around and see what the ,, C .-. Many:: other dressy
styles of the new season 1 I { o ; Go, o models in Taffeta, all at
I o a
.: are to be. nG? ; i y lj o t r o f o popular prices.

5355s1; .., a", .5-40 $49 t Jo52ptsnKno .enu si. 6 g

The New Printzess Suits for Fall Are HereThe

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

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

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

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

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PETITION. IA Poem For The Day I
South Florida SentinelMORNING I Banker-legislator Wood, of St. Petersburg City Hall And Court "'

AND WEEKLY has sent out petitions to the House NotesThe AUTUMN I
w. I:. GLENN ........... .........Ediur DAYS
various counties of the state requesting -
W. C ESSINGTON ... .Buiintu Manager
signatures to the same, the pur- Hector Fuller, in Indianapolis Star.
Entered at the po.toffie at Orlando Flor- city council will meet today. What of the days of Autumn. Do
of which is to exert an influenceon
ida. u Second Class Mail Matter. pose
The in the mind of the drear
thing uppermost
SUBSCRIPTION RATKa Governor Trammell to call the leg- Sad days of chill and falling leaf
Daily. 1 YSar ..... 15.00 islature together to pass a law to the city officials, particularly Com- Bring to your soul but messages of
Daily < Month 2.50 missioner Johnson, is money. :Money: grief
Daily. 3 Months 1.25 place all county officers in the stateon ;
Daily. 1 Month .. 0 a salary basis. Of course these will complete some very badly needed Remind you, only, of the fading
stretches of in Orlando. year?
Weekly. 1 Year H-OO petitions will receive some signatures pavement Do Autumn breezes sing a dirge of
From the revenue derived from the
who will fear
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN because there are people ;
ALL ADVANCETO sign any kind of a petition without Robinson avenue, DeLaney street, A psalm of life, alas, that's all too
Hughey street and Magnolia avenue
to consider the merits of the
stopping Gazing at life through the Septemberhaze
ADVERTISERS Times that paving enough money should be received -
question, but the hopes ,
OPT for diiplay and all ather ....al-wt there are enough thinking men in the to finish the paving of North Does your glad heart thank God for I j
....rtiainc mast be handed in at the bosiaeuffie wondrous ?
and Fairview days
. .f .fc. Sentinel ant later than 2 p. .. state who will not only refuse to sign Orange avenue avenue *
the day WTar puMieatioa. This rale applies connecting the Apopka road with
U the petitions but who will also exert Summer is passing and soon, all
it ;
to chanrei f r contract ;
hvuiable and will be strictly adhered to. their influence on others who might North Orange avenue and completingthe clothed in white,
last link in the Dixie highway Shall shrouded be the glories of the
sign. The idea seems so preposterous -
subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&contlnued through Orange county. Brick is be- earth. An till Womo
should notify the office in writing on that we fail to see how any man But from its slumber, thro' the win- They
the date of expiration otherwise it will be can affix his signature to the paper. ing unloaded on DeLaney street andit ter's nightIt
continued at the regular subscription
will be a matter of only a short awake
until notice to stop U received The question of salaries instead of shall renewed to joy and
Telephone. Numb-r. fees was thoroughly discussed by the time until Conway road is linked to mirth.
This truth learn from earth's
we tra-
Orlando the beautiful
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 191;). members of the last legislature and by curving vail and pain:

had those gentlemen seen fit to make pavement of that street. We, also, fall to rise; die, but to live I

name thy the change they would have done so. -- again! The Handsome New
Give not thy auto a ;
For the first time in his adminis-
If the is called
it for thee.-Au- legislature togetheras
neighbors name proposed by Mr. Wood the same tration as superintendent of public TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

tomobile Maxims. men who turned down the propositionlast instruction in Orange county, Dr. Fall Styles

o will be the to the McKinnon did not attend the cere- WANTED Experienced stenogra- I
and disturbed April jury try
is all upset
Philadelphia pher. Orlando Auto and Supply Co.
monies yesterday incidental to the
with the evidence and the
A champion White case same 9-28-3tc
again. opening of the Orlando public schools.
identical for and
Leghorn in Newark, Del., has laid 278 argument againstthe
in 330 days. proposition. Instead he went to Winter Park FOR SALE-Household goods; must Fresh Arrivals of Coats '
eggs The session of the legislature where another year of school was be sold at once. Call at No. 8 Sum- ,
o launched. lie to merlin street and make own
successfully went your
All classes of people are telling the would cast the state probably $25-
Winter Park because a new principal price. 9281t'WANTEDA Suits and Dresses Go On
that the country is with .
president 000.The was in charge and Dr. McKinnon desired -
salaries of the various
him. The latest to express this county second hand mahogany
thought is the vicepresident.If officers under the new law would cost to make his duties of the first desk suitable for library: or officeuse. Display TomorrowThese

the state possibly $50,000. day as easy as possible.0 State price and where can be
o seen. P. O. Box 175, Winter Park
the school children did not cut Most of the fees collected at pres- Fla. 9283t.FREELUIESFREE new styles, while not radically different -
R. Ramsey, county engineer,
ent by the various county officials
up a little row now and then, they stated yesterday that if he could get from those included in our first display -
from the individual of
wouldn't have the satisfaction of see- come pockets I
ing the school teacher get thoroughlymad. the litigants and not from the stateor I some hundred thousand bricks, sev- show many interesting developmentsof
eral dozen blue prints, and a numberof
county treasury. and other Three limes free to every person recent fashions. The Suits, with their
0 I In the larger counties of the state surveys county businessoff entering our store. You don't haveto

Some auto owners have taken the there is much litigation, and consequently his mind for a day or so that he buy anything, just call for the comfortable wide skirts and sensible jack-
might go to Jacksonville today to par- limes Inspect our fresh flower and
suggestion and are using dimmers on the monthly fees are large, the garden seeds. Orlando Seed and Pro- ets, are more becoming than the suits of
ticipate in great Dixie Highway
their headlights. This is a wise pro- but no one has said that the men who duce Co., 206 South Orange avenue.
celebration which starts in the Gate- past seasons.
cedure, both for their own safety and do the work fail to earn their pay. 1-9-28-3tc
others. In the small counties the fees are way City today, terminating tomor- ..

-o few and far between, and in these row night. COOK & BRAS

Reports show that Florida collegesand counties the officials would be glad to The Dresses too are more than usually
Mayor E. F. Sperry has been Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
universities are breaking all at- exchange a no work and no pay plan
for asked by a special committee of the ance promptly. Christ building. practical because they are more than usually -
tendance records. Rollins opens to- a permanent monthly salary.
morrow at Winter Park and will be When you are asked to sign one of"ood's W. C. T. U. to deliver an address of 1-9-17-lmoc simple in style and trimming. :Manyof
welcome on behalf of the city to the
\ ',
either. Ir. petitions, pause a mo-
no exception state convention of the Woman'sChristian the new separate coats are in Redingote
ment and think.-Apalachicola Times.
o o Temperance Union which styles from the three-quarter to full

Winter Haven is to have a new Many schools have commenced the. meets in Orlando in November. The Cathedral Seta length.
A. C. L. railway station. That townis
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fall terms and more will shortly fol-
one of the livest and most progressive
Chief of Police Smith reports that
low. Our public school system is a
in the state and should have
grand one and one of which we may Orlando motorists are giving him no Orlando's Select Boarding and Day

everything it wants. justly feel proud. The value of an trouble. School for Girls Our display of women's apparel grows
o ; --0- 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
Naturally we do not believe in destruction education can not be estimated and Including yesterday Collector Mar- Primary, Intermediate and Academic more interesting from day to day. New
the apparent neglect of some of our
or military reprisals, yet people to avail themselves of the op- !tin had issued 47 automobile licenses. Grades Styles are continually arriving and the as-

there would be little weeping to see Also' Mush, Art, Elocution, Physical
portunities afforded for their advance- sortment is thus kept right up to the
the same gentle destructive Mailed ment is a marvel to us. Three drunks in police court yes Culture and Domestic Science. '
First demolish Cologne and place it terday. For Catalogues address the Rector, minute. r'e
Parents and guardians see to it
on a like basis with Arras. that your children attend school. As Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M..

o the twig is bent, so will the tree be MISS LEY'S KINDERGARTEN Orlando, Fla. And of course priced

The city that persistently adver- inclined. If the little ones are kept -

tises itself will get good results pro- steadily at school in their early days, The Model Kindergarten, the only ... right

vided that city has something sub- habits of study will be formed which exclusive kindergarten school in the FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

stantial to advertise. It is the same will not deter them in after years. city, opened yesterday most auspi-

way with the merchant. Good adver- Send your children to schoolcompel ciously with an initial attendance of

tising will sell good merchandise. fifteen pupils. The beautiful primaryroom
them to go, and as they grow old-
of the First Methodist church
o er they will bless you for it. Thereis SpecialAnnouncement
which has been tendered'for this
** Men in New York are not without no better place in the world for a pur-

their admirers. Recently a woman good, strong, healthy child than inside I pose, was handsomely decorated with VANILLA
cut flowers and with its
called a man a masher and the mash- the walls of a well regulated I pictured TUTI FRUTI
walls, and neat arrangement of fur- i
er's friends hastened to his rescue school room.

and mobbed the woman. Is that chivalry nishings presented a very pleasing GUAVAICE
We take in announcing to
Messrs. A. P. Swaidmark and C. A. appearance. The opening exerciseswere pleasure our ,
or is it something else? Theydo
Roberts, representative citizens of brief and informal. Miss CREAMS.
things along Broadway.The Ley customers and friends that we have se-
winter Garden, transacted businessat will be assisted by her aunt, Miss

o the county metropolis yesterday.Mr. Roux, n he musical work of the cured the professional services of

International Arms and Fuse Swaidmark is a candidate for school. She is expecting several ad- AUTO LUNCHESA .

company New York, has brave em mayor and Mr. Roberts aspires to be ditional pupils during the week.

ployes.' Some one left a square pack- one of the aldermen' of the second city Among interesting features is noted SPECIALTYCLUB Mrs. John Sahlbergan

age on a counter in the offices recently of Orange county. The election will outdoor arrangements for lawn prac-

and hundreds gave it a wide berth, be held October 5. tice, sand table work, and child play. artist of exceptional merit in Tailored
fearing it to be a bomb. Finally an
Mrs. J. A. Abberger, who has been Indoors is noted lavatories, etc., indi- SANDWICH 25c.
inspector of combustibles picked it Suits, Coats and Skirts. She has been
from Orlando all dividing vidual
away summer, sanitary drinking cups, pro-
It was book.A .
up. a her time between points in the vision for ice water and all conven- associated with the most exclusive
West and enjoying life in the Landof iences for the health and comfort of
burglar whom the police of At- the Sky, returned last evening the children. Miss Ley announces We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed ATELIERS of New York and Chicago,

lanta intend to hold up as a shining from Ashville, N. C., and is again at that the school is always open to visitors and Delivered for All
and is in her '
exceptionally qualified par-
example of temperance-if they catch her home on the corner of Church and and patrons whom she will glad-

him-broke into two saloons recently, Liberty streets. I ly welcome at any time. Occasions ticular branch of the trade.

rifled the cash drawers, made away

with the free lunch, ate several pies I' Cook your dates early.DicksollIves.

and sandwiches-but never touched a

drop of beer.

o A Good EditorialThat

From dispatches we are given facts

concerning the new allied' offensive on

the western front. If authentic, the in yesterday's Sentinel on Bo'cottingIail Order Houses." Only we do not ask

long expected drive is now well under you to boycott them. We go after your business just as they do. We sell everything

way. The allies appear to have plen- under a "money-back if not satisfied" basis.
ty of munitions of all kinds thou-
; We explained in the Star, week before last, our method of meeting Mail Order competition -
sands upon thousands of troops, and e
nlimited resources. It has taken ,; but it isn't by boycotting. Offer to the customer the same proposition that the

many months to attain this state of Mail Order house does, stand by that proposition, work as hard for his patronage as

preparedness, and now the world expects does the Mail Order house; keep your guarantees as cheerfully as the Mail Order house

a reversal of form. does, and, :\Merchant, you will do more towards putting a crimp in the Mail Order

a housed business than you can ever hope to do by asking the people to boycott them.
The public schools
day and the outstanding feature yester-was Nearly all of our customers get price lists from Tampa, Jacksonville, Palataka, etc.

the increased attendance which will That does not worry us in the least. We areafter the business of the man who has been

probably reach 100 more than last sending away for feeds, and we are getting some of it. Of course we could do more

year. This showing is gratifying to business than we are doing but it is steadily growing.

the faculty and the school board and People are learning that they can depend upon what we say, and as they learn
to Orlando people The
generally. that, we will get more of their business.We .
public school system is one of Orlan-
do's greatest assets. With its con- surely have a mixed sweet feed that is a winner. Try it and see your stock CO.

tinued improvement; with the diversi- fatten.

fication of the curriculum; with spe-

cially trained instructors for the various -

departments; with stricter attention -

to making conditions for the The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .DfPARTMOO STORf.

pupils health, sanitary and ideal,

more families should come to Orlando ... ...
than ever, bringing with them chil- S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

education.dren to receive the benefits of honest I ITHE

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1'\ ((Mattim Snrirll FavoriteTODAY'S ill AX* -"Get It At -0.1. -1I1iI

Special Keystone Day
SOCIETY CALENDAR here yesterday morning, having mo-, "FATTY AND MINNIE HE-HAW"
A Special Keystone Comedy, in two
tored to Miami from their home in
Tuesday, September 28. parts featuring your favorite,
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres- Orlando, and will be the guests of Roscoe Arbuckle.
byterian church will hold an all day Col. and :Mrs. F. C. Brossier at their "HOW MABEL LOST AND WON"
"sit around" in the church parlors. home on Biscayne Drive for a several A Keystone, in one part, featuring Allen's"N
Lunch will be served at noon. Mabel Norman.
days stay. Dr. Beardall is one of the "THE WIDOW'S CHILDREN"
The Misses Wright will entertain at
e 3:30 p. m. at their horn eon Rock most prominent physicians in the A Reliance drama.A .
r lake. state, being associated with Ewing Good, Big Show-all for a jitney. '
Wednesday, September 29. I "Get the Habit."
sanitarium in Orlando. A number of N
The Bachelor Girls will be entertainedby
Mrs. Louis Hewitt. informal affairs have been planned in
\'J h The Methodist Sewing Circle will honor of Dr. and Mrs. Beardall dur- Rev. G. E. Guild, who has been
hold its regular weekly meeting in ing their stay here.-Miami Herald. filling the pulpit of the Presbyterian
the afternoon. -- church for several weeks, left yester- o ..
Thursday, September 30. CHARMING INDEED
The Orlando Gun Club will hold a Mr. Donald Helms, of Orlando, has day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
shoot at the CountrjoCIub grounds been spending some time in this vicinity Line for Atlanta, Ga., from where he' are the rings, pins? La Vallieres class, Bracelets, Earrings on view here.
They are so evidently high they need no commendation. They
during the Friday.afternoon.October 1. I and being the right kind of a will go to New York and Boston. are novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
The W. C. T. U. will meet in the. young man, attended League and During his residence in Orlando Rev. ll taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
parlors of the Methodist church. church services. He is a musician of Guild made many warm friends who of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
the of the
quality jewelry warrants.
Important business. ability and favored us with a selec- hope that he will at no distant day
The D. A. R. will meet Saturday af- tion or two which we all enjoyed. pay this city another visit. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. A. L.
Ford. Come again, Donald.-New Smyrna ,
--0- Breeze, Epworth League item. Ib dJ

Civic League held an interest- This was the text of an able and DressMakinaMrs.

ing meeting yesterday afternoon in memorable sermon delivered Sunday THE TIME TO PAINTis
the Sorosis rooms, with Mrs. J. E. night at the Baptist church by Rev.
Ensign presiding. Reports from various Edward T. Poulson. ''- right now. Don't let things go
officers were received and ap- The message was timely, as it was until the house, barn, fence or floor
proved. addressed begins to look shabby. A little of our
to the teachers and the
Upon motion, it was decided to parents as well as to the children BurnettFashionable ready to use paint will put your home
postpone the election of a presidentto who entered the public schools yes '' I in fine trim and save you the cost of a
succeed Mrs. J. T. Fuller (re- terday.Dr. t \ Q11111111 much bigger paint bill later on.

signed) until the next regular meet- Poulson offered a prize of five Dressmaker of the

ing of the league. It was decided dollars in gold for the best essay to Yowell-Duckworth Co., has q r1
that a letter of regrets should be for- be written of three '
on one
subjects Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cod
The gasoline consumption warded to Mrs. Fuller, who by her namely, "Shall the Bible Remain in opened her parlors on the 4th iii: :

active work in the league has done so the Public Schools If Not, Why floor and invites the public an 205 S. Orange Avenue
is much to promote the welfare of the Not?" "The Story of the Translationof COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
unusu- organizatzion.An the Bible," "The Place of the especiall y her friends to call.
interesting program followedthe Bible in Literature." Friends of the
ally low. business session. The subject of church have today offered an additional .- 'I"III'llr I..r.tl'III'lrl"'tl'tt"lttlt'WThe

conservation was treated in a most ten dollars, so that there is
interesting manner by Mrs. E. W. D. now a separate prize of five dollars
New Ice
Dunn. The next paper, by Mrs. Gas- offered for each essay. 4th Floor Yowell- i Company j

ton II. Edwards, on the subject of Dr. Poulson has been urged to givea
4 "Forestry," held the entire attentionof series of sermons on "The Child in Duckworth Bldg. I PHONE 675
the listeners. the School." It has been requestedthat
Mrs. J. II. Reese spoke enthusias- the sermons in printed form be OrlandoGIND
tically concerning the general subjectof distributed on Sunday nights.A Delivery DailyWait
waterways, dwelling specially on
the St. Johns river route for the in- TREAT FOR TilE SKATERS

tracoastal canal. An appeal for the Friday night the boys of the O. II. for our wagon. We think
Seminole Indian was given by :Mrs. S. Football association will have com-
J. M. Alden. plete charge of the skating rink. Two you will like our ice.

The tire The afternoon's program was big features will be presented which
expenseis brought to a close by an entertaining have never been in Orlando but have
and convincing paper concerning been successfully presented at all the
reasonable, be- "Good Roads," by :Mrs. Ensign. The large rinks of the South. TOMORRO The New Ice Company i ;
next regular meeting of the league Coach McCracken will have chargeof
cause the size of the will be held October 10, at the Sorosis the floor and the boys will sell the

rooms. tickets. Promptly at 9 o'clock a la- 4"11'111'1111111111111"1'1'1"1"111'11"

tires is right for -o- dies' candle race will start. The win-
HAUSELT PERFORMS ner of this race will be presented witha "THE FACE OF THE
WEDDING CEREMONY.E. handsome box of :Martha Washington 111111.11.11111111111111111.1111.11.1..1..1..1.1..1FRANK
weight of car. G. Hauselt, assistant cashier of candy. MA ONNA"

the Peoples National Bank and a no- A Kalem Broadway Star special l
tary public, yesterday united :Miss The Orlando Paint and Wall Paper
Alberta Rutherford and :Mr. Oliver Company yesterday received a ship- feature in three splendid acts. I A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Grover in the holy bonds of matri- ment of one-half car load of wall
Featuring AlicWdjyje and Guy
mofy. :Mr. Grover is an employe at paper. The designs are all of the lat-
the Dickson-Ives department store. est and most attractive, and :Messrs. Combs.
Congratulations are extended to the Coleman and Rhan are anticipatingdonig
happy couple. a big business in this line dur
-o- ing the next few weeks. Any one desiring -
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OF INTEREST.Dr. I ter than to make a selection from
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tog m-entions-when the war is over : Did you ever notice that when ,

A and the results of these experiments ;: wheat goes up ten cents a bushel
What do ..
you VALUABLEDOG are made known the world will receive -,, flour finds it out by wire? But when

t hope for in a ..fir't T TJp stunning surprise. The tremendous -i i[Wheat takes a drop,"flour gets the

I < 'ta I improvements which have i I,news by "snailograph. Yes, and apparently -

varnish ? i been already affected and which are i even baker's need the dough.

By MARTHA V. MONROE being constantly made in almost every -:
line of inventive activity will be :I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

THE'ON When Stephen Yardley returned from d almost as would appear an aeroplane.
Europe he brought a dog with him. i a in flight to our fathers a quarter ofa Located in the Area: 2JuiIdinAll ;

AW The animal was evidently not of a century ago. It will be the com- I work guarantee neat-

breed that would enable, Jjlm to takea bined sum of all the forward strides ly done. Our work is the best

UJTROVARNISBES prize in a dog sbmr. and since which will have been taken secretly I and our prices are the lowest. '

Yardley was rich and always bad the F' during the period of the war that will This is the place to have your

best that money could buy there was : be suddenly spread before the peoplesof old clothes made new.

some curiosity among his friends to the world when peace is declared-

know why the beast had taken his { and enough progress has already been Suit scrubbed and pressed 75c.

fancy. This was enhanced by noticingthat made to guarantee that the final denouement I Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

Yardley led the dog down the t _r will be amazing." pressed _____________40c.

When you buy varnish for your gangway himself and on leaving the All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

floors you hope that it will improvethe dock took him with Mm into the car- Volusia did well to provide for an pressed ____________50c

appearance of those floors and riage. exhibit at the Orlando fair. This fairis Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
that it will be durable. "What did for him?" askeda
you pay near home and within reach
We do ladies'
work also. Giveus
Unfortunately much that is sold for friend. ORLANDO GRAMMAR SCHOOL. not of
only our own citizens but the
floor varnish won't realize that hope a trial and be convinced.
"Five thousand dollars.
for you.Lawson's. The public schools opened yesterday with an increase in attendance of thousands of visitors in Florida in Clothes called for and delivered.
"Five thousand donarar"Yes
February.-Daytona Halifax Journal.
has a wonderful Lustro deep.Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is and ten thousand wouldn't buy 100 more than last year. In the school Magnolia avenue the atten- I Phone 613.

easily applied because it works easily. It him." dance figures yesterday reached the gratifying figure of about 325, an in- -
is unequalled for durability and will not
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. ""There must be something about him crease over last year.
from five to hours and gets and
free in seven Engraved Stationery
hard in twenty-four hours. I that is not discernible to the eye. WhatIs __ _
n -----
As for economy. Lustro has a covering itr
capacity that is wonderful. ''I "I'U tell you. I was in Paris when WAR BOON: TO MANKIND: SAYS It Is Saidthat I InvitationsDon't

Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor the great European war broke out. Indeed C.UGLIELMO J MARCONI:
returnable if unsaus-
Varnish at our risk
for the past few years I've been
factory.Made I more in Paris than at home. Well you for ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
there is time enough
by Valentine & Co. ''I know we Americans in Parts organizedAn : By Ha>den Talbot because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
American corps to join in the dls everything except a train that
Manufacturers of pate between the allies and Geruiuiis. London, Sept.? 25.-Peice at any has gone.If and deliver the goods in Orlando.

/ALSPAR and I enlisted-why I don't exactly know. price advocates may wisely look to QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
there are people in Or-
VALENAMELAll The United States remained neutral. their laurels. Into the ranks of their
and 1 suppose we should have remained ange county who have not yet PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

e } neutral but we didn't. We went intoit opponents now comes a man well fit- eaten at the Model Cafe there is
- the way most men volunteer in war- ted to smash their strongest arguments W. S. BRANCH
time-to be in the excitement. still time-day or night. ,
to be had at -a man the world has come to
"Anyway we formed a corps and No bombast or pretense aboutit THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT in that 01 superlative
accept category
after a certain amount of trainingwere
just the best that can be
STORE marched to the front. You remember genius in which Americans allow
that there was a lot of fighting served at the moderate prices
Edison and the Wright brothersroom.
only -
Pine and Court Sts.SALE
Phone 67. .
In wood the center of the line.
a charged.Our .
The man is Guglielmo Mar
1 was fighting one day in the wood The :L arketOF
coni. 25c. meals and 15c. spec-
when we suddenly came upon a lot of
Germans, and a lively scrimmage fol It has been my good fortune to ials should appeal to those who CLEANLINESS OF

FOR lowed. Our fellows were driven back. have an hour's chat with the inventorof desire the best at a reasonable QUALITY

and I, shot iu the body was left on wireless telegraphy conversa- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

the field. The Germans didn't know tion in which Mr. Marconi spared no price. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

that they had licked us or, fearing an pains to let me understand that he By serving the greater quantity -
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
ambush or something. retreated.
5 mile from city, half counts war, this war especially, as a of oysters we are always
acres, quarter
"Well there I was. -deserted by Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
boon to mankind. lie does able to have them ,
and mighty fresh. .
in bearing budded: orange friend and foe left to bleed to death and
grapc?ul:, 1500. In a wood. Night came on. and the not regard it as an unmixed blessingin \Ve have served thousands of pure.
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young horror and loneliness were enough to the sense that German militaristslook We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the best of Coun-
people Orange
in the Meat Line.
kill without his of check to everything
bearing grove; small house. $2,000. a man dying a upon it-as a necessary
wound. Fortunately the cold weather he ty. We hope to serve thousandsmore
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good inevitable peace degeneracy-but
citrus land, 2 acres fine truckingland. had not yet come on. and I didn't suffer does consider that out of and over and who appreciate well cook- H.1Self: : & Co.
with tbe cold It relief to
was a see
above the horrors and the suffering of ed food and service.TheMode
$600.00. prompt .
the day coming, for it brought a hope PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small that there would he more fighting in war have always come and are com-

grove; 4-room house; good barn the wood and 1 would be within the ing now offsetting benefits.Mr. .

and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 lines of either one side or the other. Marconi's flying visits to Lon- -

40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small "But the tiring that began with don these days are equally the resultof CafeH.
dawn seemed to recede rather than ap- business demands and of
house, garage and outbuildings.The private SKATING RINKLADIES'
proach. 1 had nothing to sustain me
him the British
land corners on large spring calls made upon by
either of food or drink. I crawled toward
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. the nearest dead body-a Ger war-office. Italy's newly made alli-

'40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, man-and tried to find borne sustenanceon ance with Great Britain has yet to R. BERRYA
$1,000. him but there was neither a crust offer any aid quite so valuable to the SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

of bread nor u swallow of water. 1 United Kingdom as this working arrangement DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

City and Country crawled oil a little farther to a dead with :Mr. Marconi. He is -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

Frenchman and found some bread anda here now to accompany government complete line of Ford Acces- INSTRUCTORS.Open

Property At War Ilask of wine. experts to a distant corner of South .
"If It hadn't been for these I would sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
have peri>bed, for I lay there all that Wales where secret experiments in 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Time Prices day and another night. I had stuffed wireless telephony are about to be to render satisfaction in all

a part of 'my shirt into my wound and made under his supervision. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
choked up the bleeding, but 1 didn't "There is no denying the fact," Mr. lines of Automobile Repair

CALL OR PHONE dare draw M long breath for fear of Marconi said, "that the commercial Work.
Vulcanizing Oils and
E. C. YoungRoom starting/ the hemorrhage again. While world has suffered immeasurable ,
1 was intent 011 myself and my dreadful hardships through this war. But to Gasoline, and fair and square
10, McNeill & Davis Block. condition incidents about me were
take business, for example,
Phone 569. ever present. ThE birds that had been my own prices. oLi 1
frightened away by the firing returnedand the losses we have sustained-in a 1.

were Hitting in the branches aboveme. commercial sense-have been more College Winter Park

Insects were buzzing attending than counterbalanced by the forward .,

MisdirectedEconomy to their daily affairs unmindful thata strides already made and in the mak.
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy
human being was gradually sinkingto
ing which war work has brought out. For Nine Years
death. Music, Expression Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
"The advance that has been madein
"Finally I fell into a stupor. I didn't Teachers' Course.
know whether It was night or day and wireless telephony alone is much, We have been in business at the
1 didn't care. I beard a distant boom much greater than could have been Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium -
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
I location Corner of
lug but that was going on all the possible in the same space of time, same South
to few cents music, $5OCO organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
Trying save a by
while. I heard tbe bark of a dog and
were there no war. Belligerent gov- rooms for Business School, full banking equipment New chemicaland
lain and Church Streets.
having your work handled by inferior I I I had 1 been in a better condition might ernments, straining every resource to physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of

hands. have especially noticed it The bark obtain decisive victory have no such Phone 226Orlando's soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
Your personal influence is sounding nearer. I made an effort to boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
when amuse myself. When It was close by grip on purse strings as the same nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
greatly enhanced you are me I opened my eyes and there was government in times of peace. Wherefore address SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
clad in immaculate linen.
I tue dog looking at me and barking. -although now the commercial I(
I "Pretty sown be scampered off bark- world is denied the practical benefits
Leading Repair Shop
OrlandoSteam Itnu I /: as he ran: then I could hear him arising out of the lavish expendituresof i I -

drawing nearer again. But I was too belligerent governments forward- ,I and Garage
weak to take much notice of him. He

was gone so long that 1 forgot all ORLANDO ROOFINGANE
LaundryFRENCH about him. But after awhile I heard

his bark again far away, but drawing
DRY CLEANERS nearer. The next thing I knew I felt

LAUNDERERS a hand on my wrist Opening my eyes
there was a man with a red cross on
PHONE 88 his arm kneeling beside me.
"As soon as be knew that I lived hegave I 1w

-- a call, and assistance came. 1 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
was put on a stretcher and carried to ,

Fire InsuranceCOOK I the rear where 1 was placed in a hospital and Rubber Roofings
and received proper attention."As -

boon as I got well enough to
think of anything except myself I ask Cornices, Skylights. Dealing, Ventilating, Uolal Ceilings {

& BAAS, Agents ed about the dog that had saved me. I
I was told that be was one of the dogs
Christ Building that had been trained to hunt for the Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

wounded. lie bad gone off into the Me&&agei

wood where I lay and had: come back To the BusinessMen No. 6

For Sale At I to barking be followed.and indicating A man that was he sent wished with I i of OrlandoA

him and found me very near death'sdoor
I young doctor, making a start in a small town decided that to be prosperous
Probably another hour without
he must look prosperous. He bought a new buggy and two good Jorses. Although
Your Price attention would have finished me. he bad only a few patients he always kept on the jump attending to his patients'
"1 asked to see the dog. and be was I smallest needs. People began to notice this young doctor driving about town and The Orlando Meat MarketT.
brought in to me. When I offered to.. they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start-a start
buy him 1 was told that the Red Cross I that led to a comfortable practice.A .
dogs were not for sale. Then 1 agreed town, like this doctor, must look prosperous to be prosperous. A..YANCY. Jr., Manager
to subscribe $1.000 to the Red Cross Clean streets attractive store windows well-painted buildings and dwellings t
10-Room House, Lot'180x200, I fund In exchange for him My offer give the prosperous air. Wen-painted buildings are greatest of these. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

did not produce any effect till I raised .
faces on three streets, 2 blocks It to $5.000. Then by some hocus po- Florida and Western Meats

cus the Red Cross managers got Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadand
from center of City east side.
around the selling of one of their dogs Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.Spectal .
for money and my offer was accepted. I
For Sale at YOUR PRICE.
"And now you know why 1 have Attention Hotel and Out of Town Order
I brought home a dog that originally Dutch Boy linseed oil make a most'd':1rable: and protective paint that keeps
buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and
was bought for perhaps 55 or $10, have tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get in touch with your / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
[ ing paid $5.000 for him." dealer in the interests of prosperity. PHONES \ Residence ,133 Cor. OraneeAve. and Church St.
And Yardley hugged his pet.



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WANTS I Worthington' BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1

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I, The Morning btntinrlVant I No. 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617
I Directory ia the Greatest Want i iI
ORLANDC Rooms 13 and 14
I Ad Medium in Orlando. i I Phone 161 Yowell-Duck-

Term. Cash in Advance. i worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES i!j.

i For One Day ____ ,_________25t: FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW j! ]DAVIS & GILES
For Three Da>- ____________50c I
For Six Days _______________75c
t for One Month ____________$2.50 I ATTORNEY S-AT-LAw
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 172 I Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the rate
'.Jd....: will be one cent per word for Room Watkins Block .Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
w:.. each additional word, for each in- I, Davis & McNeill! Block
t I sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
I opened by telephone will be Victor Starbuck
payable the following day.

Every Rome-E\ery Business!! R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
Every Man has use for a 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Fla.
Room 44

FOI S\I.E Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
KK 1 crfv condition. Write Box 567.

FOR SALE-A gasoline range, goodas Phone 37
new; a bargain if taken at once.
Call; mornings between D and 11. 004

Magnolia avenue. 9-26-Utc DR. N. L. BRYANDEXTIST

Furnished 14 rocm house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeep
I ing. Splendid location; large lot. Phone 716 & SALLAS
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
9-19-3010* 20S Boone Street
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
1'.1\: : !Phone 597.
;. II FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Bldg
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. L. Percival Hutton
? 6-9-tf
>>: I

SURVEYING" 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor ROOMS TO RENT for light house Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

keeping; all modern conveniences. McNeill-Davis
Building, Orlando
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable 312 E. South street. Phone 403. PROMPT AND ACCURATE ,

trouble and drudgery,of all' the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- 9-24-61 WORK Florida.
Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the of is
fast prepared by Mary pure joy living Maryas
FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir-
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffijs fresh from the Gas Range! cle, furnished or unfurnished, by HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

the season, month or year, with gar-
She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe age, garden, fruits and flowers. Ap- Engineer
ply to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc
knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. -
FOR RENT Several houses, furnished
the Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. I I and unfurnished. Well lo-- -
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeping. Is your house- I cated. Call Mrs. II. B. Leake at 312 Phone 72
work a drudgery or a pleasure? Broadway, 45 East Pine, or phone
179. 9-22-6t*

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Department II FOR RENT-Splendid office in the Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU

I Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles,

... agent. 9-15-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO.OPTOMETRIST- FLORIDAWE

I nished; Lucerne Circle; for season. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
IIMItt HiitliliMlilMi Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ taken.rate FOR at to 306 RENT permanent East-Nicely Church parties furnished street; no children;9-17-tfc rooms cheap ARCADEMILK McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS fOR

FOR RENT-By the season, month,
OCOEE FLORIDA or year, one upstairs flat for light Caruthers FlowersLeave
housekeeping; also other rooms, and
garage, electric lights and bath in
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. your orders here.VioIet
9-10-tfc DEPOT

All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- WANTEDWANTED Dell Florist.

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest -A Ford touring car, sec- .. ..
ond hand; must be in good running
order and cheap. Box 18, Zellwood, BUTTER MILK- J. U. CARUTHERS
prIces :: :: :: :: Fla. 9-26-3t* -
Fresh Every Day. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.

WANTED-Salesman and collector 5c. per glass
for Orange county. Call at 43 East
Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-Gtc 25c. per gallon
The rainy season is the best time to set
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep an outside service depart- BUTTER I
ment and is prepared to give you 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 StreetSuccessor
next fall. your trunk, or do anything in the re- SANDWICHES
pair line. He is ready to go at your to
-- call now. Just phone 304.
9121mocSIX 1 Band Wood CompanyWood

Send today f or Catalog, Description List, and lowest city ACRES limits, five on Conway in grove,brick mile from road. ARCADE MILK I DEPOT I of All) Kinds

Good six room house, including bath.
the above address
prices, to $4.000. Thoman, R. 1, Box 12. PROMPT SERVICE
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I Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin.
Full line garden, field and flower Cabinet MakerDoors

-j l I Ij jt Harness Making ',;I seeds.prop. City Dean Drug, the Store.Seed and Druglan'l Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

t and I LAWN MOWERS sharpened and Screens, Porch Swings,
FOR SALE I I : Repairing I repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
i Folding Card Tables, Cedar
-- Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedestals -
; All kinds of leather repairing, such PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to-
mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- etc. Also Repair Work.
Trunks, Suit Cases IHnd ,
as Bags
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, All Work Guaranteed Better Known as "Jake the Plumber"
Will offer for sale for a few days Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gent Pocket 25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav-
Books, Auto Cushions and Top*::, also endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry
get scissors sharpened. land banana plants lOc. to 25c. each. 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
the property corner Orange Avenue, your Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida.
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Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 23 West Church Street, in Hopkins NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par- HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
Registers son Browns, and tangerines rough
Shoe Shop. repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired stock from
lemon sour grapefruit
the skating rink property, for $26,000. I ; anything in the repair line i is Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
W. A. Boston our line. Just phone 304, Young's* cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9-12-lmo will cal Fla., Route 2. 9-23-1moc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

and interest at six per cent. I The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist I NOTICE
am having many applications for
i church are preparing a box to be sent houses, furnished and unfurnished.If .
i I!to the orphanage at Enterprise. Do- have torrent I should be Phone
you 204
ir nations of clothing, materials,
r fORD HUES[ I money will be gladly accepted, not I very H. B.glad Leake to,list 312 them.Broadway Call, 45 on East Mrs. I
dater i than September 28th. Send donations Pine, or phone 179. l-9-24-6t I
C. A. HOVEY \ Methodist parsonage.
I 1-9-22-61 SLAUGHTER SALE A. B. Cook & Co.

Buy your wall paper cheap for the
RIDE in Hamrick's Bus
Front $6.75 I hour, 12 miles for 30c.Jitney 8-28-tf one next new few fall days.stock.Making Finlay's room Pioneer for our Christ Building, Orlando. '

Store Court streew Phone 67. I -
----- --- buy, sell, rent, and exchange real INVESTMENTS, LOANS '
estate. Have resided in Orlando,F1&* Umbrellas ocovered and
) JACKSON AXD: over 30 years. Have handled over repaired STOCKS AND
a Sentinel Want Ad $20.000,000. Call and see me. "while you wait. ax young's Repair


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Miss Nina Swearingen left yesterday -
for DeLand where he will enter
1 Stetson University.

Miss Virginia Dade, of DeLand, is
Travel in Panama in! Orlando visiting Mrs. A. R. Bogueat _

and everywhere on American territory, is "implffitd by "A.B.A. her home on West street. FOR EVERY .4 .
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5e.
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare ltf-18-tf
tttf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
business or pleasure. Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., left yesterday $1OAWEEK
y The State Bank of Orlando for New Smyrna, where he will
spend today looking after business

affairs. YOU SPEND

Mr. J. F. Harris, one of Pine Cas-
tle's leading and successful truckers, ,
rf was in Orlando yesterday transacting
'E" business.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
i k -t'7 18-18-tf YOU SAVE

F Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dow and chil-
dren will return home Thursday from

1 r Westport, Me.vhere they have been $10 A YEAR
spending the summer.
'tt Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Townsend will
return to their home, 408 East Pine
street, from Asheville, N. C., where
they have spent the summer. '

ate :g"ELDER" ; .V Depot Cooking, 25c.butter per lb.at the Arcade l-9-2S-3tc Milk IF I F1' YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

Dr. A. F. Richmond and family, of
Kissimmee, have moved to Orange
county and are located at Formosa.
The Sentinel extends them a cordial

18-21-tf Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. The Peoples National Bank

Capt. B.1.. Sims, president and
general manager of the South Apopka -
Nurseries, Ocoee, was in the city
Spring WaterIS yesterday Business. en route to DeLand on

SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, let Deposit them your Savings Checks and .' MIIMillMIMKIIMIIIIilllllimilMIIIIMMMM'', . . '
earn 4 per cent. interest for
Mrs. Mary Briggs and daughter,
TRY Better TRY Miss Mabel, have returned to Orlando
IT BEST IT from a summer's sojourn in the
mountain region of North Carolina,
and are again at Eola Cottage.

Cooking butter at the Arcade Mlik
Depot, 25c. per lb. l-9-28-3tc

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Hansdl' at Pine Castle, were in Or- 1 Touring Car complete, good running
lando yesterday, leaving in the after-
noon for their home in Arabi, Ga. condition. $175.

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Thompson,
who have spent the summer at Revere : : running condition. $150.
Beach, near Boston, Mass., have returned -
to their home near Drennen.
JUST RECEIVED CAR They report a most enjoyable vaca-

LOAD OF How much did you save last month San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando | j
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Touring Cars
Miss Kate Story, the accomplished -DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS "
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Story,
of Winter Garden, was in Orlando
$482.00 Delivered
yesterday morning en route to Lake
City, where she will resume her
studies at Columbia College.Get .
your next shave at the Stand- .. . \ . .. . ''' ' 'i'' ''.
32 East Church Street Phone 226 ard. 18-21-tf ---

Postmaster W. C. McLean has returned i. '- 11111.lt.I.IIIC....i

from his vacation of a month, c

I and which points he spent in Connecticut.in Washington llrs.lc, D. C.-, Who Will Be Your Executor?

Lean will remain in Bridgeport for awhile
longer with her sister.
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let them earn 4 per cent. interest for direct result of the appointment of an executor = R Y,
..111181.1JIIIII".1... . ..I you. 8-12-tl or trustee.i 3 '

Mrs. S. B. Chalfant and daughters, When an individual is appointedThe :- .

Misses Dorothy and Mary Woodward, financial responsibility is generally weaker.It i
who have been spending the summerin
in wills that the r ,
is usually provided person
FALL WEDDINGSAre Brownsville, Pa. have returned to '
nominated to serve as executor shall be r
Orlando and are again occupyingtheir
from bonds.
pretty home on Lucerne Circle. y
now giving us the cove ted opportunity: to gladdenthe When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- r
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift When in need of a veterinary call pense of the estate, and then only partial security
on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. '
1-9-28-lmo against loss is provided. may
SILVER, CUT GLASS,= CHINA When a Trust Company is selected r

Dr. Joseph C. Merritt, who has been The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ,
ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE spending the summer at Walters is secured.A rfi
Park, Pa., left that place yesterdayfor bond which has behind it the entire financial t
Our stock affords an easy solution of the oft repeated New York city, where he will strength of the Institution is always filed with
question, What shall I give the bride? spend a few days and then start for the Probate Court at nn most to the estate. '
home, reaching this city Sunday af
Answer Xo. 3 will' appear in a subsequent issueof
Quality always the best-Prices always "Correct." ternoon.
this newspaper.

IIERE; ENGRAVED FREE Orlando last evening from Owens- Come in any time and freely ask for further -' i 1 i I
boro, h)... where he has spent the information on this vitally important subject. r
past two months with relatives and | You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
.. friends. Mr. Wilson will be connected glad to advise.
with Rowland & Empie in their

T. H. EVANSJEWELER grocery store.DoctorsBilekIllaster The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& BrllndilC'OSTEOPATHS !! Orlando Florida

Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
...1T 11------ -- .11.11111 H.tJ tll'. ..,.. . .... 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 578. M'.I..IIII..II..IIII.I..I..111U..CIIIIII. .11'.1..111..111..1..1.. ,