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 29, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Offensive Along Line Pushes Anglo-French Germans ORDER LICENSES TO SOAR ORLANDO MAN

Back to Second and Laws Are Numerous and Have Smith Gets Office for One Year;

Third Trenches BATTLE BETWEEN MEX. Many Changes Over Last BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE UP Is Vice-President Central TERMS: $300,000,000: CREDIT

Season-Should ProveInteresting Florida Highway
BULLETIN: Association


John French reports tonight that Judge Martin now has the forms Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 28.-Announcement

British troops now hold all the ground for hunting licenses. A synopsis of was made here yesterday
north of Hill No. 70, and that they the game laws will be of interest to
afternoon to the effect that Governor
hare made further progress at Loos. hunters and is given as follows:
Park }I. Trammell had appointed the
The total number of prisoners captured Ready-Caperton at Hayti I 1. The title to all wild birds and Trading in First Hour Reaches Precedence Over All In-
is three thousand, with 21 guns games is vested in the various coun- members of the Florida State High-
Ordered to Send Marines i 450,000 Shares-lleth- ternational Obligations of
and 40 machine guns. The report ties of the state. way commission, as provided by chapter -

also states that the British aeroplanes Ashore to Disarm Un- 2. The following only are game lehem Steel Also 6883 acts of 1915, Laws of Florida England and France; No

today wrecked: a train near Bau- ruly Natives birds: Swan, geese, brant, ducks, Rises o' the following composing the personnel Munitions Clause

paume. rail, coots, mud hens, callinulas, shore I
of the new body:
Washington, Sept. 28.-A pitched birds, plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcocks New York, Sept. 28.-War shares Chicago Sept. 28.The finishing
The great British drive is withinone Edward Scott, of Arcadia, from the
sand tattlers
battle between United States troops pipers curlews and the stocks of other companies
mile of Lens, the present objective first congressional district; Capt. W. touches were applied to the Anglo-
turkeys, grouse, pheasants, quail and
and a band of Mexican marauders, participating in contracts with the
which is in imminent danger of turtle doves. J. Hillman of Live Oak second con- French five hundred million dollar
500 strong, may be fought along the allies soared to new heights in )Yesterday's -
capture. By capturing Loos and 3. It is a $25 fine to catch, kill gressional district; J. D. Smith, of loan series in conferences this after-
Rio Grande within
near Progreso ferry uprush of prices. The move-
forging east the British are astride of Marianna, third congressional dis-
the next day or two. ship or have in possession any game ment was the broadest of wit- noon between four members of the
a railroad-the only direct line of any trict; M. :M. Smith, of Orlando fourth
The American soldiers are strongly bird plumage, skin eggs or nests nessed since the outbreak of the war commission and Chicago and Middle
communication between Lens and La congressional district, and F. O. Miller -
equipped with artillery and have or- except as provided by law. and carried the general list with it. West bankers.
Basse. The recent French and Brit- Jacksonville state at large.
4. November 20th to
ders to shoot to kill if fired Open season Latest developments in the western
ish drives the in of upon. The commissioners The terms of the loan follows -
are greatest point March 10th are appointedfor are as
for deer wild
following, ,
General Funston has transmitted to theatre of war continued one of the
gain since the victory of the Marne. the following periods: :
the war department today a long re- turkey, quail, doves, swan, geese, strong factors of the rise. Baldwin
31. 31. Smith, one year; Miller, two Amount 500000000. Collateral,
brant rails coots sand
port from Blocksom, in command of Locomotive was the most prominent
J. D. Smith, three Hillman none. Rate of interest, 5 cent.
lews ducks and years; years; per
snipe, plover Novem-
the third cavalry at Brownsville, ; feature, advancing in the first hourto
ber 20th to December 20th four years, and Scott four years. The term is for five years. At the
which says that the bandits are now lOG 1-2. a gain of 11 points over
London 28. Sir John French
Sept. for pheasants, and October 1st to It is believed that the work of the I end of this period they may be redeemed -
encamped at a point near Progresoon and record.
Saturday a new
reports tonight that he has captured
in cash for fif-
commission in mapping out good or exchanged
the Mexican side of the river. March 1st following, for squirrels. Other :
specialties making high
the second line of German defenses rec-
roads plans will begin in earnest. : teen or twenty year bonds bearing
He reports them to be all armed to kill squirrels in any pub- ords included' Crucible Steel, 7 1-4
west of Loos and that he is now en- up
lic Until the organization of the body no 4 1-2 per cent interest. A syndicateis
gaged on the third line. and fairly well equipped and appar- or private -park at any- time. to 103, Republic Iron and Steel 5 3-8
policy can be announced, it is stated. engineering the loan and handlingthe
5. It is $50 fine to kill
a capture, or
organized and determined to
In the Champagne district around ently to 52 3-8, General Motors 101-4 to subscriptions in the expectationof
continue operations against American injure any game bird or animal by 355, and Lackawanna Steel 1 to 80.
Souchez the allies are also continuing
31. Smith of ten millions.
31. is vice-president of making a profit
pitfall, deadfall, scaffold, snare,
their soldiers and civilians. cage United States Steel rose 11-8 to
desperate attacks and have
the Central Florida Highway Asso- The bonds will be sold to this syndi-
net salt lick blind
Blocksom that the Carranza pen, baited hook,
says 79! 1-2, its highest price since 1912.!
made some according to .
progress baited ciation and chairman of the log com- cate at 96, and go to individual subscribers
field drugs, poison, chemicals
soldiers are keeping well back from Trading in the first hour reached
official dispatches tonight.
mittee of that association also. and banks at 98. No restric-
Berlin official statements make the the river, but that Gen. Nafarette, in explosives, or similar device. 450,000 shares, the largest volume of
tion will be made as to the proceedsof
command of the Carranza at 6. It is a $25 fine to catch huntor business recorded since the
flat assertion that the allies' drive hasbeen II reopen-
BASEBALL RESULTS the loan being used to pay for
stopped. Matamoras, and his men, appear either kill any game bird or animal between ing of the exchange last December.
I munitions of war which are exported
to fear these bandits or are in dark and daylight the follow- Sales up to 12:30 o'clock were estimated Federal League
from the United States.
Greece Will Resist sympathy with them. ing day. at 855,000 shares. The mar- Pittsburgh 7, Newark 2
7. It is fine to kill Kansas City 3, Baltimore 2. The loan will be issued in denom-
Berlin wireless to Sayville Sept. a $25 more than ket showed only a slight reduction of
American League inations as low as $100, so as to allow
28.-According to the Overseas News To Disarm Hajtiens one two turkeys, twenty quail, the first hour's activity. Washington 3, Detroit 0.
popular subscriptions.
Agency, Greece has assured Serbia Washington Sept. 28.-Admiral or twe ty-five birds of any other spe- Baldwin Locomotive extended its National League
she will resist the of cies in any one day. It is a $500 fine I'rooklyn 4, Philadelphia 6. Subscribers will be allowed to pay
passage foreign Caperton, in command of the American rise to 1143-4, a gain of 191-4 from
for the bonds in three
to kill than three Chicago 7-5, Cincinnati 3-0. I installments,
more deer ten tur-
troops through Greek territory. forces in Hayti, has been instructed last Saturday's price, and other spe- Others not scheduled. I one-third down and the remainder be-
I keys or three hundred of other II
any cialties of the class rushedto
by the navy department today to I war were
tween now and January 15, 1916.
ft Bulgaria to Watch Roumania send marines ashore and disarm all of game bird species in one open season. higher prices. Bethlehem Steel EXPELLING CATHOLICS
Paris 28. The cab- 8. It is $25 fine to barter sell The proceeds of the loan will be
Bulgarian ,
Sept. a ro
made the
the natives at any cost. This action new record of 3C6, a gain of
inet has with the offer for sale bird placed on deposit in local banks
agreed Germany, any game or an-
was taken as a result of the killing of 10 points. American Locomotive rose London.-A Sofia dispatch to Reu- the United
throughout States.
Rome of the Petit Pa- imal.
correspondent one American marine and the wound- 9 1-2 to 71. o ter's says: "According to private advices -
risien says he has learned from a for- 9. It is a $100 fine to hunt outsideof The loan is a first lien or first mort-
ing of several others Sunday when i from Constantinople, the Turks
on England and France, taking
Roumanian minister, that Bulgaria voting precinct without license gage
mer your a -
rebels attacked an American outpost Cotton Interests Demand Action I are expelling all Catholic priests from
shall mobilize only four divisionsto ; a $25 fine to change or alter a I precedence of all international loans.
watch Roumania. without warning.MEMDEMAftIS. license. Washington, Sept. 28.-Counsellor that city. While the commissioners were con-

Polk and Senator Hoke Smith, of ferring at Chicago similar meetingswere
10. It is a $25 fine to transport
Crown Prince Bested Georgia held a conference today on being held simultaneously at
within or without this state any game
Paris, Sept. 28.-Intelligence from without a proper license. It is a $100 Great Britain's action placing cottonon Pittsburgh, Boston, and Philadelphia.

the Champagne front beyond Chalons fine for any common carrier to receive the contraband list, after whichit Telephone conversations were keptup

which reached Paris today, shows such for became known that if a satisfac- between the cities involved and
that it was the right of the German Of Murder in the First Degree; 11. The game witnesses:: furnishing evidence tory adjustment of the matter were Smythe Property, North the offices of the commission in New

Such Is Jury's Verdict in not in sight when convenes, Main Street Has Made
crown prince's army which was shat- to convict for any violation of congress York city where two members of that

tered in the attacks of Friday and Sensational Clear- the game laws shall have half of the Senator Smith will bring it up in the Seven Sales in Two body remained pending the outcomeof

Saturday. The crown prince's center water Case fine imposed. senate. Weeks the Chicago negotiation.

made furious efforts to counter in the 12. Persons residing in the state This government it is learned, has

Argonne yesterday with the result Clearwater, Fla., Sept. 28.-This twelve months and the county six made no protest of any kind to Great Among the important real estate SEMINOLE COUNTY SHOWS '

that all railway lines to the east and afternoon the jury in the case of the months may, on payment of $1 to the Britain on the subject. In discussingthe deals which have been put throughin GAINS

north, according to French informa- State vs. J. J. Mendenhall, one of county judge, receive a "resident contraband note which is about to Orlando lately was the transfer of
tion engaged last night in car- be sent to Great Britain referencewas I Sanford, Fla.-The census of Semi-
were Florida's most sensational murder county license; a "non-resident coun- ownership of the Smythe property, on

rying away German wounded. cases, brought in a verdict of murderin ty license" for $3, and a "non-resi- made to the illegality of placing I North :Main street, to H. Carl Dann. nole county has been compiled by

French officers reckon that the the first degree with a recommen- dent hunter's license" for $15. No license cotton on the contraband list. Cotton The property is well located, in one Census Enumerator H. E. Tolar and

crown prince's army lost 100,000 men dation of the mercy of the court. This required of resident Confederate interests, however, insist that the of the city's choice residence sections the figures show a remarkable gain '

in this! attack and previous assaults will save Mendenhall from the gal- veterans. state department send a strong protest o and will no doubt prove a profitable in the past year for the entire county.

during the summer. lows. The verdict was rendered after 13. County judge to have 25c., 50c., investment. The two precincts of Sanford total

hours of suspense and the court room and $1, respectively for each license Since returning from his vacationtwo :6,557 and the entire county figures a

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS GAIN 17 was thronged with hundreds of peo- issued; county game warden to have McCULLOUGH RETURNS FROM weeks ago'3Ir. Dann reports that i.total of 9,450. Two years ago when .:

NEW PUPILS ON SECOND ple. Thus Mendenhall will pay the 25c., 50c., and $3 respectively, for BUYING TRIP TO EAST he has made seven sales of valuable the population of Seminole was fig- j

DAY OF WORK penalty for the cold blooded murderof each license, balance goes to county Orlando realty. ured for county division purposes ':

Mrs. Bessie Eliot and her daughter school fund. )Ir. Geo. E. 3IcCullough returnedto there were some 8,000 souls in the I

The second day of school witnessedan Susie. 14. County game wardens are appointed Orlando yesterday afternoon froma BOUGHT FINE PROPERTYDr. area of the proposed new county and '

increase of 17 pupils in the gram- At 8:30 this morning Judge Reaves by board of county commissioners visit to the buying centers of the the census figures of today show an l

mar schools of the city. The studentsin delivered his charge to the jury and said appointment to be basedon North and East including New York, Henry G. Hanchett, who with increase of 1,450 people, demonstrating t

all departments have settled down shortly after the jury retired, return- recommendation in primary after Boston and Philadelphia, where he his family recently arrived in Orlando that the new county is attractingnew f

and the year's work is well under ing many hours later with the ver November, 1916./ purchased a very large stock of goods from New York, has purchased people and that the older resi-

dict. Judge Reaves' charge to the 15. County game wardens may appoint for his department store on Orange through }Ir. Walter W. Rose, a very dents are increasing the family status -

way.The high school business depart- jury was listened to intently. He deputies in each election pre- avenue. He was accompanied as far desirable building lot on America fli

ment opened most auspiciously yes- cited the various degrees of murder, cinct. as Washington D. C., by his daughter street from Judge T. P. Warlow, ad- .

terday with 46 students in the short- explained the nature of a reasonable 16. All,grades of licenses shall be who visited her aunt Miss Lucia joining the home of the Judge, and JURY REACHES VERDICT

hand class, 18 in the bookkeeping, and doubt, that circumstantial evidence of different color, contain a synopsisof McCullough. near Lucerne Circle. Plans have been I

+ 16 in the typewriting classes. Two must be strong enough to eliminate a the game law printed on the back drawn for a modern home and we are Palatka, Fla- ."We, the jury, find J

Remington machines are in use. Ta- reasonable doubt, and he then an- and shall be good only for the open I I WILL COUNT EVERY PIECE OF informed that the contract for its that Robert E. Barrow came to his

bles suitable for the use of this department nounced that the defense had asked season or fraction thereof immediately MAIL erection will probably be let today.Dr. death from wounds inflicted by a

are being put in, and a con- him to make several charges, some of following their issue. Hanchett is a musician of note knife at the hands of James Meredith, t

siderable amount of new equipment is which he had granted, and some de Beginning Friday, October 1, the and he and his family are being cor- and that Tony Wells came to his

to be ordered today. A course in nied. He read those he had accepted. PRESIDENT GOES HOME TO Orlando postoffice, in common with dially welcomed by all Orlando. death by drowning."

chemistry has been added to the cur- Most of them were but modificationsof VOTE every other one in the United States, : The above was the verdict of the

riculum and already has a large en- what he had already laid before will start a month's count of every ROLLINS COLLEGE OPENS TO- I coroner's jury, which spent a week or

rollment of students from among the the jury. Washington, D. .-President Wil- piece of mail received and deliveredon DAY more investigating into the cutting I

members of the senior class. son left here at 8 a. m. today for the rural routes. This adds to the affray in a launch on the St. Johns

For Florida: Partly cloudy, with Princeton, N. J., to vote in the state October work already made heavy by Rollins College will open its doors river, near the mouth of Dun 's creek,

Get your school books and school probably rain south and west portions wide primaries. He will return in the necessity of taking statistics on today and a large attendance is Friday night, September 17. The ver- .

supplies at Curtis & O'Neal's this today; fresh east winds on east coast, time to deliver an address to the the parcels post business for tht first looked for. The opening exercises dict was rendered yesterday after-

l week, and avoid the rush. and shifting gales along gulf coast. Grand Army of the Republic tonight. fifteen days. :will start at 10 o'clock this morning. noon.t1 .


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I DIXIE *HIGHWAY SATURDAY TOUR STARTS 'The International Soil Products'I! ..

A Lunatic Crew

I Chattanooga of over a,hundred Tenn.-With cars from an the escort Exposition Opened At Denver GARDEN SEED !

By M. QUAD Chicago Motor club and allied organizations I -- I II
the first tour of the offi- Denver, Colo. Sept. 27.-The Inter- terest shown in the achievements of
Copyright. l:H, by the McClure j
Newspaper Syndicate: cials of the Dixie highway Associa- |I I national Soil Products Exposition begun I I women. Attractive displays are madeof
tion over a part of the Dixie highway j here today and will continue until I work done by women and children New Crop Onion Sets Jug

We were due-east of the island of will start from Chicago Saturday -|j October 10, while the International I II in the line of domestic arts .and sci

Luzon one of the Philippine group. October 9. The Chicago cars j| Farm Congress will hold its meetings : ences. The better babies contest has ArrrvedCome

witha will accompany the officials for a here October 4-7. Among the dele- aroused much enthusiasm, fully 2,000
down the China sea
and heading
cargo for London when we caught hundred miles or more, while many of I gates there are representativs from names having been entered. in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality

the tail of a typhoon. We were lyingto them will go through to Indianapolis.The nearly every country on the globe. Another interesting feature of the Seeds, and Low Price ,
and making fairly good weather of tour will be under the personal The United States government has exposition is the showing of motion
it when a Spanish ship also lying to direction of Carl G. Fisher of In- an exhibit for which congress appro- pictures which depict scenes in farm

hove into sight She was lighter and dianapolis, founder of the Dixie Highway I j priated $20,000. This and the Canadian ing communities and fruit countriesand *
drove faster to leeward. She was and Lincoln Highway move- exhibit are of great value. The the processes of manufacture of City Drug StoreJ.

about a mile to windward of us when ments, assisted by W. S. Gilbreath, of Auditorium, one of the largest build- the various products shown in the ex
first sighted and no great attentionwas '
given her until it was seen that Chattanooga, field secretary of the ings west of Mississippi river, is hibits. No admission is charged.A L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
the concentrating point of the model
she was drifting squarely down upon association.The groupof dairy building includes everything -
us. As she came nearer we saw that exact routing of the tour has twelve exposition buildings. connected with the dairy

her crew were dancing about on her not been definitely determined. The Twenty states have installed fine business on the farm and in the city.

decks like a lot of drunken men and tentative plans provide for a visit to exhibits of agricultural crops and There is, in this exhibit a famous

paying no attention to the storm. Her Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, machinery, gas and electric appliances herd of fancy dairy cows owTed by

foretopmost had gone overboard and Chattanooga, Macon, Jacksonville, to motor cars and accessories, the Colorado Agricultural College.
much of her canvas had blown away, Miami with a probable tour over the dairy products and machinery, indus- Here daily tests of milk and cream
held in the wind'seye Hammond &
and she was being GoreFUNERAL
by a tarpaulin set in the rigging.A recently designated western divisionof trial, commercial and varied indus- are made under the supervision of
sheer of the wheel would have sent the highway in Florida. Owing to tries exhibits, minerals and mines displays city, state and United States govern-

the Spanish ship clear of us by half a the fact that the construction of the and demonstrations, and tractor ment officials. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

cable's l lenpth. but the fellows drifted highway between Knoxville and Cincinnati shows. There are also internationaland The minerals and mines exhibits is

down without wins us the slightest has not progressed far enoughto interstate displays, a Colorado unique in that it gives remarkable

attention, and she did not move by permit the party to tour over state exhibit, railway and land show. demonstrations of all kinds of con- Values Low Prices

ten feet. As she rode past we could this section of the highway, an inspection One of the most prominent charac- centration and operating metallurgical -
look right Into the ryes of her crew. of the eastern division be- teristics of the exposition is the in- processes. COMPARE
about thirty In number
They were
tween the points mentioned will be
and they yelled and screamed at us
like so many lunatics. Brief as was deferred until next spring, by which now V. C.'s ARE DISTRIBUTED I I SHAW AND TilE SOLDIERS' OUR FURNITUREWe

the time, we all noticed one peculiarity time the workers in the interest of London.-Now that the number of I BOOKS

about them. this division assure the associationthat Victoria Crosses granted during the
Beyond cursing the Spanish crew for their highway will be open for war exceeds one hundred, it is inter- Torquay.-George Bernard Shaw, provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

a gang of idiots we had little to say. traffic. If time permits, detours to esting to analyze the list and see how the playwright, who Is staying here, by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
The idea of fear of the storm had an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
I Cincinnati and other Ohio points, to the awards have been won. In all heard that the wounded soldiers un-
made them take to drink as is often can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
Lexington, Ky., and Knoxville, Tenn., 103 decorations have been conferred, !!der treatment in one of the local hospitals -
to DavyI stones of this and that
the case. and they were going business means much to any buyer.
I Jones' with a Jag on. Six hours later may be made. as well as one clasp-the recipient of i I wanted a better assortment of

the storm broke and we headed our which already held the cross-and of i books than that which had been sup-

1 course, but within six hours we were PLAN NEW TRANSSIBERIANLINE these 48 have been secured by line'|: plied by kind hearted but often unreflecting -
i 1 pitching about on the troubled sea regiments 30 out of the C9! corps be- i j I woman visitors. McNEILL! & DAVIS BLOCK

i I' without way enough to ruffle a feather. ing represented in the list. There are I I I "I accordingly went to the hospital -

I turned in at 8 o'clock that night and London.-According to reports received also four territorials on the roll, one '' ," said Mr. Shaw, "and took with Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaSunshine
I turned out again at midnight for the
in London, the Russian gov- of whom adds another line regimentto me a list of books which I asked the
morning watch. After midnight the
I' sea began to go down very fast, and at ernment has prepared plans for a those that have secured the award. matron to give to the men, so that
2 o'clock there was only what you railway line through southern Siberiato The brigade of guards has won six, they might mark what books they

might call a tumble on. It was then connect the Black sea with the the artillery nine, the engineers five, would like. .

that we faintly caught the sound of Pacific ocean. This will give Russia the flying corps four, and the cavalrytwo. "I said I would give one hundred MtttlllMMMIIIiMltlMlltillillilllltltlilllMHI

voices in whooping and singing to the two trunk lines to Siberia, and traffic The headquarters staff and the books, and jokingly remarked that I

south of us. It was thick night and for them is expected to come from the army medical corps each appearsonce intended offering a hundred Bibles,
nothing could be made out. but at 4
altered economic position in Mongoliaand though the latter also claims but if any of the men would like any
o'clock we got a light breeze and had I
not been wafted along a knot when the Far East. the clasp. The contingents from over- other book instead they could marl

we had the Spanish ship again under The port of Vladivostok is being seas are represented by eight Indians, it on the list.

our eyes. All her topmasts were gone much improved, and the approachesto four Canadians, and one Australian, "When the list was returned, I Crackers and Cakes \
now, while a portion of her bulwarkswas Nicolaevsk are being deepened.The while the navy has obtained ten found that the men had selected 72
smashed in. and she looked a bad dislocation of trade relations crosses. I general books, and they were polite

wreck. with Europe has injured the agricul- enough to intimate that they would Everyone loves the Sunshine. We have just received a full
We beaded for the wreck at once,and
when we came within hailing distancewe tural industry of Siberia, and that The man who shows the biggest take the remaining 28 in copies of line of Sunshine Crackers and Cakes. They are fresh and crisp.
asked if wanted. The country Is represented as choking pumpkin at the county fair is not us- my own works.
reply was a help chorus was of shrieks and under an abundance of grain. ually the one whose father told him "The interesting fact is that all Toilet Paper, 4 lOc. rolls for _______________________________25c

I screams while many of the men shook all there was to know about agricul- the works of Ruskin appearing in the Lemon Extract, Two 25c. bottles for _____________________25c

their fists at us in defiance. It looked Use Sentinel want ads. ture. list were marked." Lemon Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ___________________25c

I like a case of mutiny, and our captain Peach Extract Four lOc. bottles for ________________-_____25c

was at a loss to know what step to Bulk Coffee, per pound --------_________________________15c f

take. Before be could make up his 1I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111" Can Coffee, per pound ------------________________________25c

mind the Spaniards bad lowered a boat Comb Honey 20c., 3 for ------------_____________-_____50c
and pulled for us. of the
Every one Strain Honey, _________ ___15c. and 50c
------------------ -
I crew piled into the boat, and we saw
them grab up belaying pins capstan New Guava Jelly, per glass __________________________ __15c

bars and whatever else could be usedas "Oakland Six"A 16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for -------_______.___$1.00

weapons. The boat came dashingat Try our Creamery Butter, only ______3oc
us with every man yelling and Special discount on Brooms.
whooping and they tried boarding us
at once. We had no better weapons
with which to beat them off and we WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
STUDY of the while
were three less in number, but when specifications, convincing :

. we looked into their fierce eyes and to the trained motorist is not sufficient to impart evenan
saw: murder there we struck to kIlL ,

I They fought like tigers and seemedVscnsible approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can Our Grocery CompanyTwo
to blows, but we beat them
off at last. be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learn- Phones '
: 3 and 200 .
Four of their number went to the of its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a

bottom of the sea with broken skulls close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in ; 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. :
and of those pulled away all werE
this combined all the elements that the utmost in
more or less hurt We knew now that car are inure motoring pleasureat

they were lunatics Instead of drunken a surprisingly low cost. iMMtnilllillllMlilltlMIIIMMIIMIIIIIIIiiMlltCAREY
men. and we stood by till noon in the
hope that they would calm down. The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

They appeared to after awhile, but will give enduring service.
Just as soon as we lowered a boat they
woke up again and raged like wild
Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System
beasts. We could understand nothing HANDFUNERAL

of'their shouts except that they were The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete! to day without a standardelectric
oaths and in the face of their determined comfortably without crowding. The driving starting, lighting and ignition system.
opposition we could not board compartment has plenty of leg room, even for The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
their craft. It was 2 o'clock In the a tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with DIRECTORAND
afternoon before we squared away and wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. hIS.system is
left them and then a fierce fight was cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, givoperated by a storage battery which is charged EMBALMER
had ing real comfort to the passangers. The trimby the generator.
going on. and at least one man
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
overboard to drown.
been thrown Great Strength with Light Weight Classic Construction
You may well guess that we aboard The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith
the Bristol were astonished and mystified light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steel All calls answered Promptly Dayor
by the singular Incident. but the model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
explanation when it came was very which means for the owner, low upkeep cost frame members insuring great strength. The Night. Hand Block.
simple in a sense. The Spanish: shir: great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
had a Filipino for a cook. lie had tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
trouble with both officers and men and Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland constructionThe Orlando Florida.

was determined to have revenge. Before Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor eliminates the unsightly side apron usually .
sailing from Luzon he had provided will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all found between the body and running board. PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457

himself with a quantity of seed the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive
from the plant known as aripe. It is Six should have, and is very responsive to the
a wild kelp and a decoction makes a throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear
axle and wheels without shock the
or jar,
madman of the drinker. How he managed
Low Center of GravityLike
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construction -
4o erro ft ort- to the whole crew
saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
all Oakland models, the weight of
at will IK known but that
once never
prolongs the life of the rear axle and
This gives unusual -
carried low
is ground. prevents
t was what he did and perhaps drank 8 riding comfort.
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires
share himself. The ship was mannedby and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
a lunatic crew when she drove low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features AUTOYASHING\ STATION
down on us before the gale: and they; ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
were lunatics when we left them fightIng Left hand drive with center control. Gear
and drifting. Ten days later tb Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
ship which had become a wreck below quick acting extra large brake
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering
and aloft was picked by steamer
up a solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
and towed Into port. Not a man livIng it on the car. No air pump to get out of order One-man top, with clamps to windshield with- REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic
or dead was found on board. They; or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains "
had fought each other to the last and< gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument boar Known as "The Handy Man.
then the sole survivor had sough all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
death beneath the waves. The cook of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
bad probably mixed the poisonous decoction of the car where it belongs. boards. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel or any ma-

with their coffee or wine soon chine parts. Work guaranteed.
after the !storm' bad struck them

though not before she was in shape to $795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ.B.MaruderJr.Distributor GASOLINE AND OIL
ride It out How long it was after wt'
left them could but
no one say very
likely not more than a day or so had Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
passed when the last of the lunatics< I ,
gave np his life and the ship went
drifting and drifting with the ran dryIng .
up the hundred bloodstains on her

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Paris.-A stretcher bearer, JeanA. Berlin.-The Dziennik Narodowy, a

., has just received the croix de Polish paper published in Piotrkow Berlin.-Dr. Emma Lehmann, a
for his heroism in saving the
guerre says: I bacteriologist of Lichterfelde, has
lives of ten of his comrades under a
"In Zarnow in the province of Ra- died as g victim of the war. The
heavy fire when their situation appeared dom the Russians committed fearful young woman was attached to the

abs &ely hopeless.It atrocities before they were driven out field hospital of the ninth German
he Artois front. The "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
was < I by the Germans. By order of Cot army: corps in Russia and did much
Germans had just sprung a mine : Lusczewski, the commander of the to stop epidemics that had broken out

right up against the French trenches, third Caucasian :regiment, gallowswere among the Russian prisoners. While I Unless Budded from A Bear-
burying 18 men under the mass ol erected at the little Jewish she was making bacteriological exam

upheaved earth. graveyard of the town and here a inations she contracted cholera and
While the survivors were engagedin couple of innocent victims were
died in 24 hours. ing Tree of Known Qualityand
with the at.
a desperate struggle hanged every day. The slightest pre
tacking German company Jean A text was sufficient for the executionof
forward extricate his buried FRENCH WAR BREAD NOW
dashed to a Pole or a Jew. Quantity of Produc-
comrades. He succeeded in rescuing "Col. Lusczewski tried all cases
the first six with his hands and car personally. In his office he had a Paris.The French wits who shotso

ried them one by one to the emergency small model of a gallows an'd a coffin. many clever shafts against German tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
station. He then seized a pick When the arrested Poles and Jews war bread are in a quandary.
and shovel', and heedless of the stormof were brought before him he always The French chamber has now voted I
shrapnel returned to the scene oi thundered: 'You miserable dog, if 417 to 13 that France eat her own

the explosion, and dug out three you do not tell the truth I will have war bread, which is to be called
more, whom he also carried to the you hung and buried in the coffin you "national' bread," or the "war loaf," five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual demonstration -

ambulance. see here"LEAVE and to contain wheat flour, Indian in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
his task, he extricatedthe corn, barley, or manioc. The objectis
brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
tenth at the end of three- : to limit the importation of wheat
does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
quarters of an hour and was about to AR31Y"London.Some f and thus check the draining abroad of
Professors Shamel and Pomeroy the results of which
start back with him when a shell French gold. were recently -

burst dose at hand and a splinter of the labor union published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

carried away his left arm. He had leaders have been repeatedly asked to the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-

just strength enough to drag himself secure leave for men who have beenat uu; !Y VtAl; I WtiEN' ted from a parent of true merit.
to the trench and then he lost con- the front since the beginning of
sciousness.His the war. They have now received a To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

first question on recovering satisfactory assurance that leave will KIDNEYS BOTBE a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

consciousness was whether his ten be granted in all such cases, in the been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

comrades were safe. absence of special' circumstances that vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be s.o, but, :Mr.:
make it undesirable to
deplete undulythe
Planter be sure buy trees from the known
you your source
WOMAN IS CONVICTED OF strength of units in the firing Take a glass of Salts before breakfastif you
TREASON line. It is not thought that this qualification your Back hurts or Bladder the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

will greatly affect the con- is troubling you. rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

Karlsruhe, Baden.-Charged with cession, as the number of men in any
I You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
treason, Mrs. Margaret Frey, a peas- unit who have survived a year of the
No man or woman who eats meat -
ant woman from the district of Col- war is naturally very small, and those can make a mistake by flushing regularly the great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

mar, in Alsace, stood before military who have not been home at least once "kidneys occasionally, says a well-known. bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
court at Freiburg a few days ago. are only a part of the remnant.It authority.the Meat forms uric acid which I bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
excites kidneys, they become overworked -I
She was convicted, because she con- is now hoped to permit all the from the strain, and I
get sluggish
FREE write for it and be to
she visited the members of the CATALOGUE sure say where your
fessed that repeatedly original "contemptible fail to filter the waste and poison from:
French troops in the Vosges moun- little army" who have not been the blood, then we get sick. :Nearly all : grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
tains and brought them information in home, to return for a few days before I rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and
regard to the positions of the German the winter campaign begins. l urinary disorders come from sluggish
I forces. The prosecutor demanded kidneys.The .
the death penalty, but the woman JOS. II. JONES CANDIDATE FOR moment you feel a dull ache in the, Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
kidneys or your back: hurts or if the'
sentenced to ten imprison- STATE'S ATTORNEYMr.
was years urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi.'I
ment. After the war she will prob- ment, irregular of passage or attended by CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
ably be pardoned.A : Joseph II. Jones will be a can a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat:
didate for state's attorney at the primary and get about four ounces of Jad i OR
GOOD SHOWING FOR YOLUSLCOU.Y \ to be held next year. Mr. Jones Salts from any pharmacy; take a;I
tablespoonful in a glass of water before| G. G. Wright Agent
CATTLEK. was appointed to this office by the breakfast and in a few days your kidneys ,
governor to fill the vacancy caused will act fine. This famous salts is made I,\I
B. Osteen recently sold to the by the resignation of Cary D. Landis. from the acid of grapes and lemon juice,I 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
combined with lithia, and has been used :
Orlando Market 65 steers that aver- Mr. Jones has filled the office since
for generations to flush and stimulate i,
aged 756 pounds each and brought November last and has been very suc- the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids i I
$34.02 on an average, or $2,211.30 for cessful in the prosecutions broughtby in urine so it no longer causes irritation, .
the lot, which sold at four and one- him. lie is an able lawyer and thus ending bladder weakness. I
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
half cents per pound. This is a pret- has many friends in Volusia county injure; makes a delightful effervescent
ty good showing for Volusia countytattle and will no doubt receive a large litbia-water drink which everyone I
and shows what can te done vote for re-election at the primary to should tike now and then to keep the
when be held next New kidneys clean and active and the blood
with Florida stock properly spring.- Smyrna I -
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney I
handled.-Daytona Gazette News. Breeze. eomi>licationa. I

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We will present FREE of

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50 1 III,1 I II''I!II II, Distinguished

Showing New

Fall Skirts

A\ The great demand for

1- I r smart Fall Skirts at
LINKS ll r y ''. '' 'ih "i''' { rl; ,, d r ( a \ moderate prices finds us

t Bi 1" d' 7 11 splendidly prepared. Every -
To the first 50 ladies pre'P'' j) ,4' l i' '' : I; I' ; i ''i'I'' / day more and more

\ lr, i new skirts Fall
wl' join our
senting this coupon at our
\4 ,
Fashion display, from
Jewelry Department 1,i I I,.I / \' I ? the most exquisite materials
+ G 1 1'I and perfect mod
Thursday t'i \ / \ els.

Plain tailored, silk
Morning .I ''', 1 F ry
I 'y I I braid trimmed, neat but
tons, latest belt, and the
I Sept. j new handy pocket.

: y"-1 Many other dressy
The Links are automaticSelf I 0 1- o models in Taffeta, all at

Locking and are the nntrss Qp G b p o ,1 na ns o popular prices.

Newest, Latest and Best. 541

SOLID SILVER. 335 552 q.

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 Chat our Garment Departrilent will be showing the

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

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South Florida SentinelMORNING I I LEARN Four hundred SPANISH.students were registered I II : City Hall And Court IA Poem For The Day |, '.

AND WEEKLY I in the Spanish classes when the House NotesSeth FRAGMENTSFor :

.v. Z:. GLENN .....................Editor University of Washington opened this
W. C. ESSINGTON .....BusintM Manager I
fall, and two hundred more were denied some deep purpose not yet clearlyseen
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida admission because the classes Woodruff, president, and W.
a* Second Class Mail Matter. Does memory retain strange, radi-
I R. O'Neal, of the Subtropical
overcrowded. Almostall secretary -
SUBSCRIPTION RAT!:,,:> were already ant gleamsOf
Daily. 1 Tear ........................ 15.00 universities are facing the same |: Midwinter Fair, appeared before life-a smile, a word, a sentence t
Daily. < Month ...................... 2.50 .
Daily. % Month. ...................... L25 problem, and many of them report II i the council yesterday relative to anticipated keen;
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 that there is a corresponding fallingoff I support from the city for I I'I As useless dreams. seemingly as gold of

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... W.OO in the registration in the German 'the fair. Both men.made brief statements I

classes. High schools all over the 'I to the council and solicited a And in some moment shall we see
ALL ADVANCETO country report the same eagerness to donation. It was thought that $1,000 them shine

learn Spanish. The classes in the would be an appropriate amount. This In life's mosaic beautifully fair,
| Saved from the wreck of years by
ADVERTISERS* New York high schools are overflow- I money will not be needed until the touch divine,

Copy for display and all other hand-Mt 1 ing. In Seattle seven teachers are first of next year and possibly not For need of which we were not once j
advertUinr mutt he Sandra in at the bniineuffie I ?
O'Neal charac-
"( of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.tli I giving Spanish lessons in the high I until February.Ir. -Author Unknown. I
day before publication.. ThU rule appliea schools. This sudden growth of interest terizzed the coming fair as a "hum.I -

to chance and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it Ubvariablo is due to recently awakened I mer"-the best ever staged in Orange COOK & BAAS.

knowledge of the opportunities for county. With the co-operation of

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued trade with Latin America.-New four other counties the approaching Agents, will attend to your fire insur- AnQ till
should notify the office in writing on They
Christ b ilding. Dm
the date of expiration otherwise- it will be York World. exposition should have a large at-

continued until notice at to the stop regular u received subscription rate, o tendance and prove a drawing card 1-9-17-lmoc

Telephone N..b-r ...................eo' 14 ONE DAY'S DEVELOPMENT ITEMSIN and advertisement for the city. Mr.

Woodruff believed a suitable donation MODEL KINDERGARTEN
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1913.:
of the fair would
towards the support

A meeting was held at Apopka Sat- mean an investment for the city. I SCHOOLMISS I II The Handsome New
The melancholy days are here againfor ,
the small bo-school and then urday afternoon for the purpose of I LEY, Director

selecting a site for a city cemetery. The Alabama Paving company is Opens Monday September 27,
more grading and cleaning the parking on Fall Styles
First Methodist
in Primary room, -
The South South Hughey street which is rapidly I
Now an astronomer discovereda Apopka Supply companyat Church. Froebel System,

fourth comet. Who cares? It's Winter Garden is having a hand- taking on a decided change in ap graded work. Beginners, first

the high cost of living and the out- some new salesroom fitted up for the pearance. Later sidewalks will be I and second grades, pupils 3 to

come of the Mendenhall case that use of its furniture department. raised. The property owners along I 7 years of age. Fresh Arrivals of Coats
this street are doing everything pos- ,
N --0- For particulars phone 221, or
us. o Winter Garden is soon to have a sible to add to the natural beauty of call at 14 East Jackson Street, Suits and Dresses Go On

Baker Brothers the thoroughfare.
From an airship D'Annunzio, the new steam laundry. after September 1st.
of that city, have secured a steam --o--
Italian has been bombardingTrent --- -- -
poet, Display TodayThese
Matters cnocerning the publicitytax
of boiler which will be used in running
with original poems. their were discussed by the city council
his verses are hot enough to set the machinery. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
yesterday. The committee to be appointed dif-
--0-- new styles, while not radically
place An up to date planing mill is to be I by the city to act with the
o special Board of Trade committteeand ferent from those included in our first display -
in at Winter Garden. Workon
It is said that when an Indian dies I
construction will be started by the offer recommendations and sug- show many interesting developmentsof
his surviving relatives pay all gestions as to how the tax budget
owner, E. A. Clay, as soon as the
debts. We are acquainted with a man VANILLA recent fashions. The Suits, with their
be and in should be proportioned has not been
grounds can put
whom we heartily wish would turn :named. comfortable wide skirts and sensible jack-
condition. The Tavares & Gulf rail-
Indian and die. If he reads this it TUTI FRUTI
will build switch to the mill -o- than the suits of
will be just like him to wonder who way a ets, are more becoming
site, which is located in the Jones Street Superintendent Bennett was GUAVAICE
is meant.It subdivision. repairing the pavement on West past seasons.
o Church street yesterday.
is the intention of the merchantsof --0--
The city of Apopka is
St. Augustine to carry their half prosperous Tax books will on October 1.
I to have a factory for the manufactureof open The Dresses too are more than usually ,
holiday on Thursdays through the AUTO LUNCHESA
insecticides and fungicides. The ,
month of October. In the past they GOOD SHOW AT GRAND practical because they are more than usually -
promoters of the business have decided SPECIALTYCLUB
have returned to their regular sched-
that Apopka offers them an simple in style and trimming. Manyof
ule with the end of September, but
ideal location for the manufacture of Manager Mac Tallman presented
the coats are in Redingote
find by experience that they can with- new separate
"Helene of the North" at the Grand
their and the board of trade
out loss of business continue the half SANDWICH 25c. from the three-quarter to full
has appointed a committee consistingof last night. Marguerite Clark was at styles -
for another month.J. .
holiday o F. S. Witherby and W. G. Taltonto her best and delighted the large audi- length.

assist the promoters of the projectin ence.
J. Mendenhall seems to be strongon securing a favorable factory site. ;We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed

"accidents" in the disposition of SALE-Abbott-Detroit
FOR touringcar
and Delivered for All
women. lie shot and killed his first ; first class condition; $375 if II Our display of women's apparel grows
Before the end of the week the
taken Let show it to
wife by "accident, and the poor girl right away. us Occasions
whom he had ruined shot and killed walls to the rear of the dry goods, you. Box 93, Orlando, Fla. 9-29-6t : : more interesting from day to day. NewSt.les

gents' furnishings and shoe depart- --- -- --- -- - and the
herself by "accident"th his own are continually arriving as-
ments of the Yowell-Duckworth department -

pistol strong and arms-so while he he says.-St.held her Peters-in his store will be taken out and Beds Beds! Beds sortment is thus kept right up to the t

the departments given an extra spaceof minute.
burg Independent.
twenty-five feet in depth by ninety
feet in length. The grocery depart- In Bright New Patterns
GERMANS DREAD And of course priced
ment has been consolidated with Our
Grocery Company, on Pine street.
German press is taking a The growth of the three departmentsof right
view of conditions
gloomy present ,
the company has been amazingand
and the future is not as alluring as
more room was needed. Now

the present. The following excerpts that it has been procured a greater
show the trend of German journal- .
volume of business is predicted and

istic opinion: the public will have more facilitiesfor SpecialAnnouncement

The Vossiche Zetiung states that trading.The .

while the three war loans issued respectively .
on August 14, 1914, December -
corner room of the Cheney
2, 1914, and :March 20, 1915,
block, Central and Orange avenues, is
asked for 20,000,000,000 marks, only undergoing a slight change in orderto We take pleasure in announcing to our
raised. Other
13,000,000,000 were pa-
e pers frankly admit that at presentthe accommodate DeLaney Way, who customers and friends that we have se-
has leased the room and will use it Now Is The Timeto
country's financial position is des-
as display and salesrooms for the cured the professional services of
Jeffery and Maxwell au'omobiles for
The Leipziger Neuste Nachrichten which he is agent. A large doorwayten select' that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.
writes of the economic situation: Mrs.
feet in width is cut throughthe John Sahlbergan
"Unfortunately there is no prospect being Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
south wall, and other changes are
whatever that the prices of bread and
other articles of food will go down being made. Mr. Way will have an surprising low prices. A call will convince you. artist of exceptional merit in Tailored

elegant display window fronting on
even temporarily, though the German Orange avenue and the windows to Suits, Coats and Skirts. She has been
harvest has been good. We dread the
south Central will be
the on avenue
misery the coming winter will bring. associated with the most exclusive
used for a display of tires, tubes, and
"Until now our country populationhas OSCAR HAND & SON
accessories. He will handle oils and ATELIERS of New York and Chicago,
been able to walk barefooted and I #
gasoline. A gasoline will be !
the need of clothing has not been felt, and is exceptionally qualified in her par-
installed at the corner entrance and. Home Furnishers
but what is to become of us duringthe Complete
another at the south entrance.
ticular branch of the trade.
approaching winter in spite of all
the heroic sacrifices we have made?
J" Cook your dates early.DicksollIves.
During the past year the prices of all

the necessaries of life have doubled

and the people who need food and .

clothing most are almost penniless.How Feed Porn1ulasYe

is this going to end?"

The Berliner Tageblatt writes: "Asa

result of the lack of food duringthe
\ have them for different breeds of chickens and can I
early part of the war thou- '
many .
fill them for you. In this way you get just what YOU want and I
sands of heads of cattle were slaugh-
what the chickens NEED. For Plymouth Rocks kept in the
tered throughout the country, more

than one million pigs were killed and open: I f

breeding was practically stopped. We Scratch: By measure, 4 parts cracked corn, 2 parts oats,
2 parts wheat.
are now about to feel the effect of I
this-famine and misery are DryIash: Wheat Bran, 200 Ibs; wheat middlings, 100
proaching." Ibs.; corn meal, 100 lbs; gluten meal 100 Ibs; beef scrap 100

The Meunchener Xeuste Nachrichten .-
writes "The Of course the Formulas could be filled for whatever
: object of the Ger-
man army should be to destroy the amount you wished as long as the proportions were main-

Russian armies rather than capture tained.We
fortresses. The Russian armies con- have others that are suitable for Leghorns, \Van-

dottes Rhode Island Reds.If .
tinue to carry out a retreat that was
planned by a master mind and splen- you have no green food, Alfalfa meal is the best thing

didly carried out. Only in the open you can buy. It is not only green but contains valuable food

properties, especially for egg production. .-
field may we hope to win a victory
that will seal the fate of the Russian Let us help you solve your poultry problems. This is one Co.

armies. of the things we are here for. .

"The capture of the fortresses is all

very well, but if we do nothing but

have that, the every Russian reason army to feel leaders exultant.will The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .D PARTMENI STORt.

The great question is, when shall we
succeed in annihilating the Russian S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
army. To be or not to bens the ques-

tion that today faces the German as I

well as the Russian armies."


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QJrlau) n nrirty FavoriteTODAY'S PROGRAMAmerican. U "Get It At Allen's" U

"The Guiding Light."
Reliance. "A Mother's Justice"Thanhouser.
"A Freight Car Honey.

Wednesday, September 29. moon." A comedydrama.Royal .
The Bachelor Girls will be entertainedby M rs. O'Neal Will Furnish Forty Cut Comedy. "A Fortune in
Mrs. Louis Hewitt. tings of Oleanders
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
The Methodist Sewing Circle will Mr. W. :M.: Glenn Chairman Beautifi- Five cents to all.
hold its I
regular weekly meeting in
the afternoon. cation Committee Dixie Highway, -

Thursday, September 30. Orlando, Florida: :Miss: Hannah T. Paul, who has been
The Orlando Gun Club will hold a I have read with much interest and '
shoot at the Club spending the summer in the moun-
Country grounds
article in the Senti-
during the afternoon. your tains of North Carolina near Ashe- '

Friday October 1. nel, published September 26, suggest- ville, and in Catskill, has returnedto "
The W. C. T. U. will meet in the ing the planting of oleanders for !
Orlando and is Eola
busy getting
parlors of the Methodist church. ornamentation of the Dixie highwayin
Important business.The this Cottage in readiness for the fall and o to
D.A. R. will meet Satu.rday af- county. winter. CHARMING
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. A. L. Since seeing the wonderful beautyof
Ford. the bordered with are the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
avenues oleander
They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
-{)- trees on the famous Laughlin estateat novel and in and conform
unique design splendidly to modern
Zellwood I have been very puzzledto ll taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost

understand why the people of this Bresakiug[ of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
The Misses Wright entertainedmost w the quality of the jewelry warrants. .
delightfully yesterday afternoonat II vicinity have failed to recognize the : m

great value of this flowering tree ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
their home on Rock lake. The
I when planted either in rows or huge ,
guests arrived about 3 o'clock and the
I clumps. Most of us have been contented I Ib dJ
first number of the afternoon's pro .
I with one or two specimens
gram of pleasure was a swim in the
which are usually neglected as far as Mrs. BurnettFashionable -
lake. After this a very novel movie '
pruning goes and allowed to developinto
actor guessing contest was held in
ill-shaped, untidy shrubs. The
which Mrs. Thomas Brodwater
was Dressmaker of the
oleander attains its greatest beauty S
the successful contestant, guessingthe Don't let
right now. things go
and value when pruned into a single
greatest number of movie artists.A well-Duckworth Co., has '! until the house, barn, fence or floor
or possibly two, so that the
beautiful hand painted scene of entire strength of the root may go opened her parlors on the 4th L, begins to look shabby. A little of our

Florida life was given as prize in this into a full, shapely top. ready to use paint will put your home
contest. floor and invites the public and y in fine trim and save you the cost of aL
Every one who passed along the Q
Dainty refreshments consisting of ''much f bigger paint bill later on.
Pine Castle road this spring and early especiall y her friends to call.
tango ice cream, cake salted almonds L
summer moat have admired the long
and candy were served during the af-
: row of blooming oleanders-the bloom ..- q f
The enjoyable affair came to an lasted at least two months, and the Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper C*

The gasoline coloring: was superb.We .
consumption end about six o'clock when the guests, have planted a row across the 4th Floor Yowell- 205 S. Orange Avenue

some thirty in number, motored backto
is Orlando. side of our lot, rooting most of the COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
plants as you describe in fruit jars Duckworth Bldg.
-- -
filled with water, and I will be gladto .
ally low. ATTENTION, t..r' .. ., . . . '. ... . .
REBEKAHS. furnish forty cuttings for you if OrlandoGRAND
the oleander is chosen for the high-
A meeting of the class of instruc-
way, furnishing ten each of red,
tion will be held October 6 at Odd white, pink and yellow plants. i The New Ice CompanyPHONE j

Fellows hall, at 2:30 o'clock in the
Very truly yours,
afternoon.Mrs. .
MRS. W. R. O'NEAL. 675
W. H. Brokaw, secreta0 !')'.



F. Fleek was among the Or-
Monday Night Bridge Club
lando folks arriving yesterday after-
held a pleasant meeting this
very noon from the North where he has TODAY for our wagon. We think
week at the home of Mrs. Irving
been for the four
past months. He
Dunn. The ladies' prize for the even- vou will like our ice.
has been visiting his former home in
ing's game went to Mrs. Ralph Year-
Lakewood, N. J.
The tire expenseis by, while the gentlemen's prize was

captured by B. Beacham, Jr. Those Essanay presents the World's
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler left

reasonable be- who enjoyed the evening with Mrs. yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Greatest Comedian i The New Ice Company
Dunn were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Year- :
Coast Line for Pelion, S. C., where
by, Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers, Miss
the size of thet they will spend the next three weeks. CHARLIE CHAPLINin
cause Roberta Branch, and $. Beacham, Jr.
They were accompanied by their MIIIHMMMIIIMIill tMMMIIMMMMIIieHiHiHfcIIMiltmmtllMnitllMiMliMMMIiHIHIItlllill

-0- nephew, Mr. Carl Sphaler.G. .
tires is right for Mrs. Allan Weathersbee returned

yesterday afternoon from two
W. Holmes, president of the Cit
months visit spent with relatives and "THE BANK
of .
weight car. izens bank is in Orlando for a few
friends at Faulkner Springs, which isa
days receiving medical treatment.Mrs. .
delightful mountain resort, Martin Holmes and party motored over The funniest of all Chaplin Com-
and Nashville Tenn. She
was met
to visit Mr. Holmes Thursday after- : : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
at Sanford by Mr. Weathersbee and edies. Better see this one as it
noon.-Eustis item, Tampa Times.
motored to Orlando. Her
many will be some time before any of
friends are glad to welcome her backto Mrs. J. H. Billingsley has returnedto

Orlando. his pictures will be shown here
Miami following a visit to a son in

-- Orlando. Mrs. Billingsley made a again."LIFE'S.

Miss Frances Topliff, accompaniedby surprise visit to Orlando going over

her niece, little Miss Virginia early in the spring with Col. and Mrs.

Dean returned yesterday from Kan- Felix Brossier who went over at that

i sas City, where they have been spend- time to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hugh CURTIS & O'NEAL

ing the summer months. While in Reese. Mrs. Billingsley makes her CHANGING TIDE"A

' the Middle West they also spent some home in Miami with her son, Judge J. Biograph Drama.

P. time visiting Excelsior Springs and L. Billingsley.-Miami Metropolis.
35 St. Louis, Mo. I I Insurance Loans Real Estate :

Messrs. J. L. Tanner and A.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dolive and their Kivett left yesterday morning S'I Rentals

granddaughter, Miss Annie Crux, left the Atlantic Coast Line for New I THE BREAKS OF THE GAMEAn

Motor this morning by auto for Daytona Smyrna, where they intend spending Edison Drama.A .

Beach where they will spend a week several days fishing. They were well

enjoying the delights of that resort. supplied with all the necessary para-

phernalia to insure a good catch, and I

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., their friends are expecting some o

and son, Master Stanley, will leave the records to be broken ere y A REAL SHOW OF REEL

today for Coronado Beach, where they return home. PICTURES ESTABLISHED 1S88

will spend several days enjoying the

i fishing and bathing. Mr. Edward Hudnall a former

-- prominent business man of Orlando,

The Cathedral Guild will hold its who for years conducted a shoe emporium 5 cents 10 cents I I

regular monthly meeting at the Chapter on Orange avenue, and who I I liilllinillliMllliliilllCilllllilliMIIIMIIIOIIIHand's

House Friday, October 1, at1 will be pleasantly' remembered by the

o'clock. "old timers," spent yesterday in the

city renewing acquaintances and call-

DOMICILED FOR THE SEASONMr. ing on the trade in the interest of

and :Mrs.: R. Bruce Scott have Reynolds Drake & Gabel company,
arrived in Orlando from Toronto, manufacturers of men's shoes, Northeastern

Canada, to spend several months and :Mass.:

are pleasantly domiciled in the pretty

home of Mrs. John T. Fuller on Lu Mr. G. :Max: Smith one of the pop-

cerne Circle. Mr. Scott is prominently ular R. F. D. clerks and the oldest in

II WPhilips identified with the real estate world the service in Orlando, who has been "

and has recently purchased a large spending his well earned vacation at '

tract of land in Osceola county, near Daytona Beach, returned to Orlando Pure Ice CreamMade

Kissimmee. They will be a distinctive and is again in harness. Mrs. Smith

addition to Orlando. and her mother and sister, Mrs. E. E.

Card and Miss Jessie Gard, who have

been enjoying the delights at the seashore -
Attorney R. R. White, after a brief
will return to the
but pleasant visit with friends here, city tomorrow

went to- Starke Sunday to spend a afternoon. In Orlando

& few days with relatives before return

ing to Orlando, where he is engagedin

the practice of his profession. Attorney The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's

. White is a graduate of the

college of law, University of Florida

Sons and has a large circle of friends i n Phone 566.666

Gainesville, all of whom are always Select Boarding and Day
School for Girls
glad to see him.-Gainesville Sun.
16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

Primary, Intermediate and Academic
A car load of Fords was receivedby Grades

the local Ford yesterdayand
garage Also Musi, Art, Elocution, Physical
F. G. Rush, proprietor, is antici
Culture and Domestic Science.
active business for the next
pating an
For Catalogues address the Rector,
two or three days. However, one car
Rer. Roderick P. Cobb, A. 5L,
of Fords will not supply the local
Orlando Fla.
trade for any great length of time.


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BOYNE: FLAG CREATES STORM LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL GIRL BAKES FOR VILLAGE There was no set program to be''rangements for housing the veterans *

Orlando, Fla., Sept. 27, 1915. followed today. Time was allowed to and comfortable lodgings have been
What do you Manchester.-Quite a little excite- Editor Sentinel:-I notice in yes- l'aris.The village of Exoudun, in permit the veterans to become settledin provided for all of them. The old

ment has been aroused here on account terday's Sentinel an editorial on"buy- the Deux Sevres, has its heroine, whois their lodgings and for registration. soldiers all pay their own expenses in
hope for in a I of a letter received from an ing at home." I think a little more doing great things in these days of attending the reunion, although citi-
Ulster volunteer' stationed at Salisbury might be said, and perhaps on a 'line women's war work. She is Mile. Da- Registration has been made an impor- zens of Washington have raised a

varnish ? 'Plain to the effect that the Ulstermen that is not so much thought about; niau, 15 years of age, and on her the tant part of the reunion. fund to be used in. inment.RACKARD'S .
!have decided to carry a large Orange that is, that there are other things .village depends for its daily bread. Owing to the fact that at the Get- I .

i,flag (depicting William of Orange I besides groceries and clothing that I. Her father, the village baker, was tysburg reunion in he summer of 1913
crossing the Boyne) into action when- at home. For greta disappointment was felt by PRESSING CLUB
are not always bought :mobilized and went to the front. But I
THE ,ever they encounter the enemy on the individual many of the veterans at being unable -
instance, an or corporationwants his daughter knew how to bake bread, I
battlefield. to find old comrades in arms, especial Located in the Arcade Building
I to erect a building in Orlando, and she promptly took his place in
AW(7OAr( i The war office threatens to take and lets the job to some contractor the bake house. Daily she may be care has been taken to overcome any All work guaranteed and neat-
Ulstermen do such difficulty at The ly done. Our work is the best
[11 prompt action if the outside of Orlando, anywhere from seen working the dough and making Washington.
tUfJl "not quickly "haul down their colors." Tampa to Atlanta, because he gives a loaves, which are delivered with unfailing registration devised is elaborate and and our prices are the lowest.
The fact is that such a procedure is lower bid than can be had from an regularity. will enable a veteran to get in touchon This is the place to have your

VARNISHES not only strictly against regulations, Orlando contractor. Is there any difference -i short notice with any one presentin old clothes made new.
but would arouse very bitter feeling in the principle between that his old' corps, regiment, or even Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .

among the purely Celtic regiments.The and sending to New York or Chicago MONTESSORI KINDERGARTENOPENS company. dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

upshot is that the Ulster volunteers for a suit of clothes, because they can : The large brick building recently pressed -------______40c.
who are doing their last be bought there from three to ten vacated by the bureau of the census, All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

When you buy varnish for your training prior to leaving for the dollars cheaper than the same suit What is perhaps the only school of has been turned over to the G. A. R. pressed -___________50c
floors appearance you hope that of those it will floors improvethe and front, will be held back. could be bought in Orlando? I know its kind in the state opened its work for use as a registration office, and Mohair suits pressed ______25c.

that it will be durable. that both these things have been donein for the year Monday when Mrs. M. O. general headquarters for the veteransa We do ladies' work also. Giveus

Unfortunately much that is sold for COLORED WOMAN DROPPED Orlando in the past few years, andit Dovell's Montessori kindergarten began sort of clearing house for old.sol- a trial and be convinced.
floor varnish won't realize that hope DEAD seems unfair for the parties to one its school year. The opening exercises diers. Clothes called for and delivered.
for you.LaWlOl1'S. transaction to condemn the parties to were short, quite a number of Special committees have made ar Phone 613.

has a wonderful Lustro deep Elastic,lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is Chief of Police Smith reports that the other. I am very sure that some parents were present, and a gratifying 1---- ------
easily applied because it works easily. It Alice Howell, colored, 35 years old, of the sending away is done becausethe number of pupils was enrolled for
is scratch unequalled white.for It durability dries absolutely and will dust-not dropped dead at the corner of South buyer absolutely needs to buy as the course. Engraved Stationery and
free in from five to seven hours and gets and Terry streets Saturday night at
hard in twenty-four hours. cheaply as possible, and perhaps in a
As for economy. Lustro has a covering 11 o'clock. On Saturday afternoonthe good many cases if the residents were
capacity that is wonderful. deceased had buried a niece which InvitationsDon't
willing to give the contractor a little It Is Saidthat
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor grieved her greatly. She was also
better he could better
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatisfactory. price pay wages
afflicted with acute indigestion. Grief and' the men would put more interest ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
there is time enough for
Made by Valentine & Co. and indigestion are the accredited into their work and also be more eas- because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
sources of death. induced their at everything except a train that
:\Manufacturers of ily to spend money and deliver the goods in Orlando.
home. I believe firmly that if the has gone.
/ALSPAR and The postal authorities at Washington business men as a whole would en- If there are any people in Orange I i QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

VALENAMELAll recognizing the ability of post- courage a shorter day and larger county who have not yet PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
masters to make mistakes in getting it would result in the most
letters in the boxes have fixeda wages eaten at the Model Cafe there is W. S BRANCH
e wrong good to the greatest number. Thereare ,
penalty of $200 on persons taking several of the business and professional still time-day or night.
to be had atFINLEY'S '
mail out of an office other than their men that employ me occa- 'I No bombast or pretense aboutit THE ARCADE BOOK AND :MUSIC STORE

PIONEER PAINT own, and not returning it immediately. sionally that make no objection to just the best that can be

STORE This law also includes newspa- paying a good price for an eight hour served at the moderate prices
pers. The excuse that it is the postmaster's -
but the of them don'tseem
day, majority
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.FORSALE. charged.Our .
fault cuts no ice. If .
you to feel that way. The 1ai'ietOF
have been getting other people's mail Now, I would suggest somethinglike 25c. meals and 15c. spec-

you had better take warning or you this for the business men gener- ials should appeal to those who CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

may get yourself into trouble. ally to advocate for the carpenter desire the best at a reasonable
(other trades in proportion) an eight I price.
Wonders are expected of the new FRESH AND SALT MEATS
hour of from to
day at a wage $3.50 By serving the greater
New York "anti-masher" law. Any if he hires under the best conditions.
$4.00; but of course, a me- Kept sanitary
5 acres, quarter mile from city, half man who speaks to a strange woman chanic, he has a right to demand a tity of oysters we are always Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
for unlawful is to be ad- able to have them fresh.
any purpose
mechanics. I do not all
in bearing budded orange and approve at and pure.
grapefruit, $1,500. judged a vagrant. It is hoped this of trying to force an incompetent on We have served thousands of We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
will end the loafer
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young corner pest. As anyone for a high wage. I believe the best people of Orange Coun- everything in the Meat Line.
the law with-
bearing grove; small house. $2,000. presumes a vagrant is if this was done and contractors noti ty.Ve hope to serve thousands
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good out money, there is no possibility ofa fied that when they could be obtainedthe H.PHONE Co.
fine being attached to a conviction more who appreciate well cook- 11[. Self &
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking preference must be given to resident -
land. $600.00. .under the new statute-but the mag- white mechanics, the merchantswould ed food and prompt service.TheModel NO. 80 PINE STREET

60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small I istrate can send the overloquaciousman soon find their business was
grove; 4-room house; good barn to as much as six months in the much better. Why? Because most
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 work house. Thus the double stand- of the white mechanics (the real sup-
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small ard of morals gets another punch in porters of the town) would have CafeH.

house, garage and outbuildings.The the ribs. plenty of wark at good wages, and SKATING RINK

land corners on large spring the grocers, butchers, and other
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. A new superintendent for the industrial tradesmen would get the money, 1LADIES'
40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, school for boys at Mariannahas would sell more goods, and have less SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
been appointed. His name is J.
$1,000. II bad bills to collect.I .
L. Boone, and he was formerly prin- presume a good many will claim DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

City and cipal of the Orlando high school. Mr. that this would make buildings cost -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Country Boone complete line of Ford Acces-
is said to be qualified to make more. Probably it would, and also INSTRUCTORS.Open .

Property At War the Marianna reformatory the institu- they would be worth more, for both sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
tion it ought to be, and his work will the contractor and men would take a 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Time PricesCALL be watched with anxious interest by to render satisfaction in all
greater interest in the work and a
the of Florida who Cor. South and Jackson
people remember better class of buildings would be the lines of Automobile Orange Ave. St.
what the Marianna reform school has result.

OR PHONE been.-Miami Metropolis. Now, Mr. Editor, this is not writ- Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and

E. C. YoungRoom ten in any spirit of bitterness or desire ADMISSION: 10 :
Guests registering at the San Juan to be a knocker, for I would like Gasoline, and fair and square CENTSJ
10, McXeill & Davis Block. hotel
yesterday included Geo. Ansperger -
to see anything done that is for the prices.
Phone 569. Ohio; Geo. W. Beahn, Joe Sev-
best interest of the town, and you
erance, Boston; II. T. Webster, E. know that the working men form a Rollins College Winter ParkOldest
Oestrinsher, New York; E. R. Fea- very large percentage, and under ,

MisdirectedEconomy gin, Atlanta; Jos. A. Trombetta, present conditions it is hard for a College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy .
Jacksonville A. C. Mason Gaines- For Nine YearsWe ?
I ; self-respecting white man to earn Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts Business
,ville; Gordon R. Keene, Fort Meade;
enough to support his family as they Teachers' Course.
:Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin, Sanford; should have a right to be supported. have been in business at the
C. O. Hendley, Coleman; J. L. Myers, Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
Yours for better Orlando.
a nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
location Corner of South
Philadelphia; W. W. Huchaby, V. P. R. N. SEYMOUR. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
Trying to save a few cents by Sipe, Tampa. Main and Church Streets. : rooms for Business School, full banking equipment.: New chemicaland
having your work handled by inferior When is in search of homeor physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
hands. ESCAPE IX A BASKET a man a Phone 226 soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
business location'and goes to a boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Your personal influence is town and finds everybody full of hope nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
greatly enhanced when you are Milan.-With the last party of and enthusiasm over the prospects of address, SECRETARY Winter Park. Fla.
clad in immaculate linen. refugees coming from Austria there
the place he, too, soon becomes imbued -I
arrived here a young Venetian sub- with the same spirit, drives Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
ject to military service, who had escaped down his stakes and goes to work I(I
OrlandoSteam from the concentration campat with equal interest. and Garage
Katzenau and travelled 45 hours -
LaundryFRENCH concealed in a clothes basket. He ---- ORLANDO. "ROOFING

had suffered greatly on the journey.A ANE

LAUNDERERS gift of $100,000 per year as longas SHEET METAL CO.
he lieves, has been pledged to the u
PHONE 88 Southern Methodist church by J. B.

Duke, the multi-millionaire tobacco Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
manufacturer, according to the latest ,;
Fire Insurance news from Durham, N. C. The announcement f
and Rubber Roofings
of the huge gift came as t

a great surprise, as the Southern
Methodist church recently went on Cornices, Skylights. (Healing, Ventilating, H,fl Ceilings

COOK & BAAS, Agents record as opposed to the use of to-

Christ Building bacco. Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
The question is asked as to what To the BusinessMen -c No. tI

has become of the family that usedto I of Orlando
For Sale At settle down to quiet and peace to

rest at a summer cottage'for two en- Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is
tire months. Well, yesterday they the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town
Your Price covered about 200 miles in their automobile show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .
tour, and will probably be homes are well painted. ,
willing to rest at the hotel about fifteen PAID UP 4
Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint-
minutes after breakfast. hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres. and Mgr.

10-Room House, Lot 180x200, economical paint, we recommend. ORLANDO FLORIDA

faces on three streets, 2 blocks Mrs. Mary A. Cox Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
I Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead
from center of City, east side. Announcesa J* J3 Florida and Western Meats
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. little presentation of the fashions Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
and Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed: right on the job, to suit the job. Have your
of the hour. Exclusive painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
blouses neckwear painting you have in mind. Today's the day.
and novelties.
l Business (135 P. 0. BOX 226
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY PHONES { Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
Glendale Apts. Orlando.

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I II i

II I Phone 617
II I The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet I
Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 worth Building.

Term. Cash in Advance.

Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES
For Three Day ____________50c
For Six Day _______________75c
-- For One Month ____________$2.50
1I I This rate applies on all ads of *
Phone 172 Phone 72
25 words or less. If the ad con-

+ tains will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

j : ..;" each additional word for each in- & McNeill Block
1 sertion.If .
l ypu can't bring your ad to
f, the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
I II II the
payable following day.
4a' Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE
Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
ATTORNEY-AT LAWRoom ''No.6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.

FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick;
condition. Write Box 567.
l \,
I FOR SALE-A gasoline range, goodas Phone 37
new; a bargain if taken at once.
r P' Call mornings between 9 and 11. 004

i 1 Magnolia avenue. 9-26-3tc DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeep: &
ing. Splendid location; large lot. Phone 716
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
208 Boone Street
9-19-3mo Rooms 2 and 3YOweIIDuckworth-

SIX ACRES, five in grove mile from Bldg Phone 597.
1 city limits on Conway brick road.
Good six room house, including bath.
4000. Thoman, R. 1, Box 12.
L. Percival Hutton
I : P I
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract SURVEYING! 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable
trouble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- FOR RESTROOMS WORK Florida.

fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffias fresh from the Gas Range! TO RENT for light house-
keeping; all modern conveniences.
this wonderful household 312 E. South street. Phone 403. Engineer
She has learned to profit by helpGasShe 9-24-6t

knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

the Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. cle, furnished or unfurnished, by e
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeoing. Is your house- the season, month or year, with gar- Phone 72
? age, garden, fruits and flowers. Ap-
work a drudgery or a pleasure
ply to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc

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


FOR RENT-By the season, month, Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAI.1tYPASIAQ
"-1-1+" HIIIIIIIMIMt i or year, one upstairs flat for light II ORLANDO, FLA.
housekeeping; _also other rooms<,< and
garage, electric lights and bath in
300 East Conc,rd
house. Apply ave.


second hand mahoganydesk
suitable for library or officeuse. Caruthers FlowersLeave
FLORIDA State price and where can be
seen. P. 0. Box 175, Winter Park,
Fla. 9 283t'WANTED your orders here

Experienced stenogra-
All the of and pher. Orlando Auto and Supply Co.
leading varieties Orange Grape- !J-28-3tc .Violet Dell Florist.

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

and collectorfor 5c. per glass -
WANTED-Salesman -- --- --- ---
Orange county. Call at 43 East 25c. per gallon
Pine street, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-Gtc
The rainy season is the best time to set YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep an outside service depart- BUTTER I 375

one year's growth in advance of trees set prompt ment and attention.is prepared We have to give a compe-you Fresh Homemade I West Jefferson StreetSuccessor

fall. tent man who will fit keys, repair
next your trunk, or do anything in the repair SANDWICHES to
line. He is ready to go at your ..-
call now. Just phone 304. Hand Wood CompanyWood

Send todayifor Catalog, Description List, and lowest 9-12-lmoc When in need of a veterinary call ARCADE MilK DEPOT of All Kinds

on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.
prices, to the above address -9-28-lmo* PROMPT SERVICE
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i New crop onion sets just arrived, REASONABLE PRICE*
Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. GEO.
IIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIr.111II11111 111111I111111111 Full line garden, field and flower I _
seeds. Dean, the Seed and.Drug! Man MakerDoors
I ,prop. City Drug Store. J- -Z3-.1mOe Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
I Harness Makingand
I LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
t repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Screens, Porch Swings,
Repairing Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
FOR SALEWill I Folding Card Tables, Cedar
Ii PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana tomato Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-
3Cc.; eggplant, 35c. Wake-
i AH kinds of leather repairing, such field and Flat; Dutch cabbage plants, tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, 25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- All Work Guaranteed Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry
offer for sale for a few days j Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each. T
Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
the property corner Orange Avenue, get your scissors sharpened. 9-15-d&w-tfc .
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 25; West Church Street, in Hopkins TYPEWRITERS repaired; keys and fitted Cash; locks Registers repaired NURSERY Browns TREES, and tangerines-Valencias;,rough Parson -

Shoe Shop. I ; anything in the repair 'line is lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from
the skating rink property, for $26,000. !our line. Just phone 304, Young's Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale OX WEST PINE STREET. JUST
W. A. Boston Repair Shop, and our man will call cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year at once. 9-12-lmoc Fla- Route 2. 9-23-lmoc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

9-16-121 RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one NOTICEI
and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY. hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc am having many applications for
a houses, furnished and unfurnished.If .
I BUYERS AND SELLERSI you have any to rent I should be Phone 204
very glad to list them. Call' on Mrs.H. .
fORD TIRES[ buy, sell, rent, and exchange real B. Leake, 312 Broadway, 45 East
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fliu, Pine, or phone 179. l-9-24-6t

over 20000000.30 years.Call Have and see dandled me. over SLAUGHTER SALE A. B. Cook & Co.

I II 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.No Buy your wall' paper cheap for the
Front $6.75Rear next few days. Making room for our Christ Building, Orlando.
I : individual with anything to sell new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
Store, Court street. Phone 67.
$8.25 or trade can successfully find a buyeror 9-5-tfc
trader without the aid of the Sen- INVESTMENTS, LOANS
tinel want ads. Remember that its Umbrellas revered and repaired
rr a Sentinel Want Ad COODEII JACKSON ANDAVENUE circulation represents five-sixths of "while you wait." at Young's Repair STOCKS AND

ORANGE the Orlando community. Shop, 21 E. Pine St BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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\Ir. H. E. Swabey, one of Kissim- t

mee's progressive citizens, transacted
business in Orlando yesterday.Mr. -
( J. B. Smith left yesterday afternoon /**
Travel in Panama for Atlanta, Ga., where hewill -

and everywhere on American temtoy, is 6impfS by "A.B.A." spend several days on business. FOR EVERY :'::',
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they areaccepted H "
like currency by strangers where a check or draft would Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. ,
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques t tf-18-tf -
are self-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure. A .
Mrs. L. R. Pigford, who has been $10 WEEK ; : '
The State Bank of Orlando visiting relatives and friends in Wilmington ;"t.- -

N. C., returned home yes- .
terday afternoon.Mrs. .i

J. K. Bonfield returned yesterday .
afternoon from Tampa where
she had been visiting relatives and
. friends.

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

Miss Claire Robinson returned yesterday -
afternoon from a delightfulvisit

Carolina.to the mountain regions of North $10 A YEAR

Cooking butter at the Arcade Milk
Depot, 25c. per lb. 1-9 28-3tc

1bIt"ELDER" Mr. and Mrs. James C. Blair have 1

returned from Chicago and the West .
where they have been spending sev-

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

Mr. J. F. Harrington, one of the en-
ergetic and well known citizens of

Taft, looked after business mattersin .

Orlando yesterday._ Peoples National Bank

Three limes free to every person
entering our store. You don't haveto
buy anything, just call for the
limes. Inspect our fresh flower and
WaterIS garden seeds. Orlando Seed and Pro-
Spring duce Co., 206 South Orange avenue.
1-9 283tcDr.

SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEA2, SPARKLING, B. C. Abernethy returned to Or- 1,111111"1,11,1.,1111,11,1,1,1,11,1,11111,1,1,111111111111 11111111111111I
APPETIZING lando yesterday afternoon after a
three weeks' sojourn at White -.Ji.llllbllllllll.IIIII.1111111111111111111 1111111111111111..1

TRY Better TRY

IT BEST IT Deposit your Savings:: Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf .

Mr. T. J. Minor, one of the repre- SPECIAL
sentative citizens of the Ocoee sec-

tion, transacted business in Orlando ,

Cooking butter at the Arcade Mhk 1 Touring Car complete good running
11 Depot, 25c. per lb. l9283tcMrs. ,

A. L. Holden left yesterdayfor condition. $175.
i Coronado Beach, being summoned
there on account of the illness of her
sister Mrs. P. P. Hamblin. 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf running condition. $150.

Mr. D. E. Freeman, general agent
JUST RECEIVED CAR for the Atlantic Coast Line in Tampa,

was among the popular transportation -
LOAD OF men visiting Orlando yesterday.How j

San Juan Garage Company jj i
much did you save last monthin
Touring Cars cast or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf OrlandoDaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

Mr. A. R. Peebles general managerof
the Tavares & Gulf railroad, has }
$482.00 DeliveredF.
returned from a business trip to
Jacksonville and points farther north. t1

G. RUSH Get your next shave at the Standard -
18-21-tf t tit. It...111 J'H" U'II..,.i II' I 111111 LI' :
32 East Church Street Phone 226 ;
Mr. R. T. Connolly, of Atlanta, Ga.,
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in Orlando
spent yesterday calling on
the trade in the interest of the Board- '

man Shoe company, of Boston, Mass. Who Will Be Your Executor? f 1

Deposit your Savings Checks and !;,
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf

Your estate may be materially impaired as a
--- --- Mr. C. G. Westcott, who has been direct result of the appointment. an executor ; ; t

811111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"FALL taking in the sights of the state fair or trustee.
at Nashville, Tenn., was among the
individual is appointedThe :-
When an
Orlando folks returning home last
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evening. financial responsibility is generally weaker. + II ':

WEDDINGSAre It is usually provided in wills that the person"
Mr. Robert J. Van Buskirk who executor shall be excused :
nominated to serve as ;t
has been in Orlando visiting his ,
par- .
from giving bonds. ? w,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Buskirk,
now giving us the cove ted opportunity to gladdenthe returned Tuesday night to Annapolis, When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- s '
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift Maryland.Mr. pense of the estate and then only partial security a J
against loss is provided. < '
SILVER, CUT GLASS, CHINA : A. E. Atkins, who has been When a Trust Company is selected- >
spending several weeks in
Bridgeport financial
The positive advantage of strong responsibility -
: Conn., visiting relatives, returned #
to Orlando yesterday after- ,
bond which has behind it the entire financial t'
Our stock affords an easy solution of the oft repeated noon. strength of the Institution is always filed with 1 s'

question, What shall I give the bride? Mr. and Mrs. Ansel B. Cook are the Probate Court .* nn rest to the estate. 31 ,
now permanently located in the house i i
; No. 3 will in a subsequent issue
Answer appear
Quality always the best-Prices always "Correct." recently completed by Mr. A. Y. of this newspaper. -

Fuller, on Magnolia avenue, near Hill :

HERE; ENGRAVED FREE Come in any time and freely ask for further ? l. F
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wheeler Mrs. information on this vitally important subject. Iiii; ':
T. W. Lawton, and Mr. Steen Nelson You are always welcome, and our ofEc*v s are alI r
motored to Orlando yesterday from ways glad to advise.
Oviedo and spent several hours shop-

H TT.H.EVANSJEWELER ping and greeting DoctorsBnc.kmastcr business associates.- 'I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company,\ t ,:

I & Bmndage i !! Orlando Florida 'I i

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OSTEOPATHS Surplus and Profits 141000.00 \ l:
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, ,
f at Kirksville. Mo. .
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