The morning sentinel
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00140
 Material Information
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 19, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00140
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

Full Text
<'"-?i .. :,< -q--x. -_ T'i- --. .rs ..O'r.r- .s"'.y R1"_" -. '''''- .v.,....say+ < ';!"r''Y-- c..,. r* r snM .rl J 3'4!:..
: .




---- ----



-- - .
-- -


Brief Flashes



Pierce.-There is owned in St.
600 Delegates Representing ACRES OF LAND Lucie county one automobile for every WYOMING HOTEL .Will Meet Then to Name .'FirstChier'

3,000,000Vorkers Are I 22 people in the county, accordingto as :Means of End IN U. S.

a compilation that has been made Has Just Returned From Extensive
Unanimously Against New Hotel Nearing Completion; ing Internal Strife
from the records file in the officeof Business
on Trip -
ConscriptionLondon Is at Turn of Dixie Highway in Mexico
the tax collector. Conditions Generally S HUGE AMOUNT WILL PAY
as It Enters
-0Clearwater.Within- FOR COTTON AND
Sept. 18.-The executive Zellwood Have ImprovedMr. New York, Sept. 18.-With the
ten minutes
committee of the amalgamated rail- hope of forever ending the civil strifein WHEAT
after the trial had ended, the jury in
DeWitt Miller the
way unions, of 300,000 workers, today The big dredge boat of the Zell- proprietorof Mexico, the Pan-American media
officially notified the British government wood Florida Farms Company has the case of Ebenezer Tobin reacheda the Wyoming hotel, who has just tors today decided to recognize the
verdict declaring the defendant AMOUNT OF LOAN NOT SETTLED
f returned from points in the North i
that any attempt to force conscription progressed two miles west of Zell- Mexican faction which is best fitted to
guilty of murder in the first degree. and East where he had excellent
would result in civil an and the
a war. wood and one mile south. The drain- materially morally protect

The committee unanimously endorsedthe age project which will reclaim 20,000I I opportunity to study the general con- lives of foreigners and nationals. May Demand That No Part of
of J. H. Thomas dition and trend of business, thinks This decision reached at the
fiery speech acres of muck land is now under Brief Bulletins was
labor member of parliament, last headway and will be pushed to a suc- Florida will enjoy an unprecedentedseason conference between the A. B. C. me- Amount Be Used for the

Thursday.This I cessful termination, and, the com- Ticked Off Wire and gives excellent reasons diators and Secretary Lansing in Purchase of WarMunitions

is the answer of the 'British 1 pany states, will interfere with no for this belief. Baltimore.The .

railway unions to the appeal of Lloyd- other lake in that section. Alreadythe At Late Hour "Ths year a great many people date upon which recognition of

George last week when he said: company has several acres of land went to California to attend the Pan- the favored Mexican leader will be
New York 18. The of
Sept. terms
"Unless the unions allow unskilledmen under cultivation and it is their desire ama-Pacific and San Diego exposi- considered was set for October 9 in
the loan which American bankers
San Diego, CaL-Lieutenant WalterR. tions who will this fall are
not west
and do far go .
women to as as they to have in cultivation at least Washington.At
are able, the work hitherto done by 1,000 acres of land this winter. Taliaferro, junior military aviator or next year," he said. "Many of that date the Pan-American me- to make to France and England are

skilled men, and unless they allow unqualified The new hotel, which will accom- attached to the signal corps aviation them have returned home and are diators will again confer with Secre- nearly agreed upon.
of the loan has
relaxation of the union rules, modate fifty people or more, is also school at the military aerodrome, on now planning to spend the winter sea- I tary Lansing and submit the opinionsof exact amount
the making North Island, was receiving congratulations son in a more congenial clime than I their to which of not yet been fixed.
limiting output, we are nearing completion and will be man- governments as
straight for disaster,*for unless the aged by the company. It will com today on his achievement in those usually found in the North, and : the warring Mexican leaders is best The joint commission representingthe

nation can exert its whole strength in pare favorably with any winter hotelin smashing the American sustained judging from the inquiries, I predict I(qualified for the job of pacification. British and French governmentsheld
flight record for pilot alone yesterdaywhen that record breaking will fol- a short session today.It .
this war we shall faiL" this section. The hotel is locatedat a crowd Secretary Lansing expressed confi-
he remained in the air 9 hours low the snowbirds south when I has not been settled whether the
Six hundred delegates to the trades the northwest corner of the Dixie they dence that the recognition of a leaderin
and 48 minutes. The previous record, begin to feel the icy winds. I agreement should contain a clause
Mexico would
union congress, representing 3,000- highway which turns from the northto speedily bring peaceto
8 hours and 53 minutes estab- "Business that no part of the money or credit
conditions have
000 British workers, also voted was improved the southern republic.
yes- the east in Zellwood. It will be
shall used the
terday almost unanimously against steam heated, electric lighted, and lished by Lieutenant Byron Q. Jones, very much since my last visit to the lie added that, meantime, armed intervention be for purchase of mu-
nitions of
_ conscription. have all the modern conveniences of first aero squadron, last January.0 states. In Pennsylvania where I would not be attempted.The That is the war.intent of American
many -
city'hotels. -- spent the greater portion of my time matter of placing an embargoon

COLORADO RIVER HAS RISEN 28 An excellent view may be obtained London.-The city of Vilna is virtually this summer, I found the mills and munition shipments from the I subscribers who do not want to
have do with
anything to financingwar
FEET: IN 18 HOURS from the south large porch of the invested on three sides. The manufacturers all working overtime. United States to forestall a revolu-I

AT AUSTIN lands to the south. Inquiries are troops of Field Marshal von Mackensen This is not onl ytrue of these industries tion against the decision of the me- supplies, but who recognize that
have reached Vieleika but in almost at this season of the year Europe us-
a point near every line condi- diators termed
pouring into the offices of the com- Secretary Lansing as
37 miles southeast of the city. tions show signs of increasing activ- ually takes $600,000,000 worth of
Austin, Tex., Sept. 18.-With a pany and a big season is expected a "matter of future policy. "There wheat .
stage in the Colorado river at the whereby many thousands of acres will The fall of Vilna would place in Ger- ity and general prosperity." I has never been, nor will there be any American and cotton.In

dam here of sixty-eight feet and arise be sold.STEFAXSSO"S. man hands a considerable section of Mr. Miller is now engaged in reno- disposition on the part of the admin- order to arrange for the pay-

of twenty-eight feet in eighteen the railroad to Petrograd, a portionof vating and lacing the Wyoming in I istration to interfere actively in the ment of these American products, by

hours, officers were closely watchingthe :: NEWLY DISCOVERED which, between Dinsk and Vilna, I first-class shape preparatory to open- I affairs of Mexico, said Secretary creating credit here for France and
England to draw is their sole
flood situation early today. The they already hold.STANDING. 'ing about the first of November. j Lansing.The upon
LAND SEEMS TO BE motive in subscribing the loan, and
entire valley of the Colorado river OF SOME EXTENT:: manner of arriving at the
many German banking firms will participate -
was flooded. The dam underwent a ascendant Mexican party which shall
OF THE CLUBS only upon this condition.
severe test with a high pressure New York 18.-Satisfied finally receive the endorsement of the
Sept. by I Not one dollar of this money will
against it from the heavy flood wa- Stefansson's United States and the Pan-American
Vilhjlmar announcementthat be sent abroad.
ters carrying quantities of driftwoodand he is alive and well on Banks AND RESULTS YESTERDAY I government was left to the individual The entire sum will be deposited at

other debris. Land in the Arctic representatives.Either .
explorers once in 100 or more American banks
No casualties have been reported. by conferences with Mexican
geographers directed attention todayto and will be used to pay chiefly for
or through the briefs submit-
the new land which he he
reports Won. cotton and wheat.
NEW SCHOOL AT FORT LAUDERDALE Av'pe. Won. Lost. Av'ge.l,ted each mediator
must reach his
has discovered in the far north. _______
'} Boston n 92 45 .672 Pittsburgh _______ 78 60
J IS DEDICATEDFort In Stefansson's own report the new Detroit __________ 91 50 .645 St. Louis _____n__ 77 63 ..5611 own conclusions on this subject and
land is located near 78 degrees north Chicago _________ 82 58 .585 Chicago _______n 74 63 .540 submit his views to his government.The WILL BECOME PACKING HOUSE
Lauderdale, Fla., Sept. 18.- Washington ______ 76 61 .555 Newark _________ 71 64 .526 decision to recognize one fac- INSPECTOR FOR SCHRADER
latitude and 117 degrees west longi- New York _______ 61 75 .448 Kansas City __n__ 71 65 .522
With impressive ceremonies in the tude. He actually saw about 100 St. Louis ____nn_ 58 80 .420: Buffalo __nn_ 70 69 .503 tion in Mexican affairs followed the Mr. A. H. who
has been
presence of 1,500 persons, Fort Lau- miles of coast land running in an Cleveland _nn___ 53 86 .374 Brooklyn _nnn 68 73182 failure of the plan adopted at the last McIntyre,
derdale's new $55,000 high school easterly direction and apparently Philadelphia _____ 39 97 .286 Baltimore _nn__ _44 93 .321 conference to have the rival Mexican traveling this section for some timein
pen- Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results I the interest of the Skinner Manufacturing -
here factions
building, recently completed ,was get together and establish a
etrating to a distance twenty miles Boston 1, Detroit 0, 12 innings. Chicago 0, Buffalo 1. company, of Dunedin, was
dedicated when Governor stable
formally } inland, where from a hilltop the explorer Philadelphia 7-1. Cleveland 5-5. St. Louis 4-5, Brooklyn 3-2. government.It .
Park Trammell delivered the princi- saw mountains for a distanceof Washington 1, St. Louis 0. Pittsburgh 5-6 Baltimore. seemed to be the concensus of in Orlando yesterday. On October 1

pal address, and several well known fifty miles. New York 3-1, Chicago 7-4. Kansas City 6-0, Newark 5-1. opinion that this latest diplomaticmove he will sever his connection with that
... firm and become house inspector
packing -
local men delivered brief talks. pointed to the recognition of
for the H. C. Schrader
NEW STUDEBAKERS HAVE ARRIVED Won. Lost. Av'ge. Won. Lost. Av'ge. Carranza and his party as the de
BRYAN BUYS STORE AT TAFT I Philadelphia _____ 78 58 .573 New Orleans _____ 88 60 .594 facto Mexican government.It pany. Mr. McIntyre will make his
Brooklyn ______n 75 64 .539 Birmingham _nn 81 61 .547 is regarded as probable that an headquarters in this city.
Dr. N. L. Bryan, of Orlando, has Boston __n______ 74 64 .536 Memphis ______n_ 77 69 .521
'' The San Juan Garage has at last Cincinnati __nn_ 66 72178 Atlanta ________n 72 74 ..495Xnsh.ilIe embargo on shipments of arms and
purchased the W. G. Sphaler & Son'sstock received three of the much talked of St. Louis __nn 68 74 .478 ________ 72 74 .495 ammunition to factions opposing him LOST-A last gold stickpin with at skatingrink
night, gold fish it.
of general merchandise at Taft. Chicago _____nn 64 71 .474 Chattanooga _____ 70 76179 will immediately follow. on
Return T.
1916 model Studebakers. The hand- to A. Langford,State Bank.
: ____ _____
The deal involves $12,000. Pittsburgh nnn 68 76172 Mobile 66 81 .449 The decision to force and receive reward. 9-19-lt
some new cars were unloaded at San- New York _nnn_ 62 76119 Little Rock __nn 60 85 .413 peace by rec-
ford and driven down over the recently Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results ognizing only one faction was statedto

paved brick highway. Two of the St. Louis 1-3 Boston 206. Atlanta 1-0. Chattanooga 7-7. be in the nature of a last resort.

GOES 108 MilES PER HOURAll i cars are of the popular four cylinder, Chicago Cincinnati 1, 2 Brooklyn, Philadelphia 7. 4. I New Mobile Orleans 7, Nashville 0-7 Little 4. Rock 1-1. If at any time the Mexican leaders BOON E SUPERINTENDENT
shall be able
forty horse power style, while the Pittsburgh 8-2, New York 2-7. Birmingham 6, Memphis 3. I to agree upon a settle-
I ment of their affairs them-
10 Mile Motor Records Are third is a six cylinder, fifty horse among Former Orlando Man Is Super-
I t selves will
they be
power machine. :NEW: MARK FOR STOLEN BASES undoubtedly givena
Smashed by Resta in a hearing. intendent of Industrial
} Chicago, 111., Sept. 18,-Tyrus Cobb total bases with 253. He has made

Peugeot Yesterdayat WESTCOTTEXTERS FAST PACER has recovered his batting eye, accord- thirty-one doubles, nineteen triples School for Boys at
ing to averages published here today. LIVE OAK
The .300 hitters of the Southern

New York, Sept. .-All motor car I Mr. C. G. Westcott left yesterday Although far from the .400 mark association are: Hendryx, New Or- Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 18.-Mr. J.

speed records for ten miles were shat- 1.afternoon over the Atlantic Coast Cobb has added seven points to his leans, .331; Miller, Mobile .319; Pau- Live Oak, Fla., Sept. 18.What L. Boone, a member of the real estate

tered by Dario Resta, in a Peugeotcar Line for Nashville, where he will take figure during the past week. He still lette, Nashville .302; P. Allison, some believe to be the largest rattle- firm of Boone Bros., of this city, has

here this afternoon. Resta covered in the Tennessee State fair which be- is in the lead by fifty-seven points Memphis, and Edmondson, New Or- snake ever killed in Florida was killedon been elected by the board of state institutions -

the ten miles in five minutes and gins in that city this week.Ir.. with an average of .377, Speaker of leans, tied with .301; Burk, 1\Iobile'l i Monday by Joe Crozier near his. as superintendent of the industrial -

p 32-1-5 seconds, at a rate of 108.4 Westcott has entered one of his fast Boston being the runner-up with .320, .300. home a few miles from town on the ; school for boys at Marianna.Mr. .

miles per hour. pacers, Willie Caffee, and no doubt he and Jackson, Chicago, next with .319. The leading batters of the Federal I Suwannee river. The snake was Boone for eight years was prin-

The best previous record was ten will carry off some of the honors at Other leaders in the American leagueare league are: Kauff, Brooklyn, .350 I brought to Live Oak that afternoonto cipal of the Orlando high school,and

miles in 5:55, and also made by Resta. the race meet.L.KELASD. E. Collins, Chicago, 315; Craw- Magee, Brooklyn, .342; Fischer, Chi-I be exhibited and it had twenty- for several years was a leading edu-

ford, Detroit, and Veach, Detroit, tied cago, .322; Rousch, Newark, .316; '[three rattles and a button and meas- cator in Jacksonville. He is also a

OBSERVANCE BY JEWISH RESIDENTS MAN'S:: DEATH IS with .313; Mclinnis, Philadelphia, Campbell, Newark, .315; Deal, St. ured nine and one-half feet in length. Presbyterian minister. Mr. Boone is

:: SUDDEN .311; Fournier, Chicago, .310; Strunk, Louis, .314; Flack, Chicago, .312; Ko- such a man for the position as* the

Philadelphia, .301; Howard, St. Louis, netchy, Pittsburgh, .311; Kenworthy, VAST NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN board has been seeking for some time.

Yom Kippur was properly observed Tampa, Fla.-Stricken at a local and Kavanaugh, Detroit, tied with Kansas City, .301; Dalton, Buffalo, r ORLANDO LAST NIGHT He is a man of mature years, edu-

yesterday by every devout Jew in Or- hotel last night with apoplexy, Hugh .296; Gainer, Boston, 295. cated and refined. He is of a gentle .

lando. Promptly at 6 o'clock Friday Larmon, a prominent Lakeland citi- Cobb is only three bases short of .306.Larry Doyle, captain of the Giants I The winter season at its height nature. In seeking a man for this

afternoon all their places of businesswere zen, died this morning at a local hos- tying the American league stolen ('I continues at the head of the National ,could not have approached the throngof place the board desired one that was

closed in Orlando and they remained pital. base record made by Milan, of Washington !I:league batters. He is leading with : people who were in Orlando last married, and In selecting Mr. Boone

so until the same hour last in 1912. The record is eighty- 'i 162 hits for an average of .319. Other I evening. There were hundreds of automobiles the influence of Mrs. Boone in the

evening. PINE CASTLE HAS ANOTHER eight bases and Cobb is leading the leaders are Luderus, Philadelphia' : the picture shows were home life of the industrial school will

CITIZENA league with eighty-five including'':.316; Snyder, St. Louis, .314; Dau-'crowded, and all of the business men be worth as much to the institution as

THE WEATHER games of Wednesday. Cobb also leads bert, Brooklyn, .311; Griffith, Cincin- j from garages to department stores the ability of the superintendent.Mr. .

baby was born yesterday to Mr. in runs scored with 133 and numberof 1 I nati, and Long, St. Louis, tied with were busy. Boone's appointment will take

For Florida: Partly cloudy today and.Mrs. L. B. Norris, at Pine Cas I hits made with 189. I[.308; Hinchman, Pittsburgh, and Mer- I effect October 15, succeeding C. A.

with probably local showers' fresheast tle. The mother and infant are doing Detroit also claims another head- kle, of New York, tied with .306 each, machines Little ,Wonder 15e. Hear music them disc on fits the all Fulford of Holmes county, who has
winds. I'
nicely. liner in Sam Crawford, who leads inI and Groh, of Cincinnati, .295. 'Columbia. Curtis & O'Neal. been acting as superintendent.




GREATER TItAN AU- Berlin, Sept. 17.The town of

GUST 1914 CUPBOARD Washington, D. C.-The U. S. treasury I Pribslaff near Schivelheim, has a woman ANNOUNCEMENTTO

has shipped to New York in the I' night "watchman." When the
Washington Sept. 14.-Cotton used I holding' this called
last three months $110,000,000 in gold I man position was
during August was 463,486 bales exclusive BEAN SOUPS. certificates for bankers who have received i to the colors his wife promptly offered TilE PUBLIC:
of linters compared with 3836SO ,- :SOUPS: are considered nutrl gold from to perform his work. Every We beg to announce that our
Made with t rich stockand I
bales' in August last )year the .night the courageous woman, armed
thu-kent-d with beans these Secretary JIcAdoo said today that contract with the Orlando Ice
census bureau announced today. soups are substantial dishes for cold the bankers who import the gold pre- !with a revolver and an old sword, Company having terminated we
Cotton on hand August 31 in con- H eatner. fer the certificates to the metal. !makes her rounds through the village .

suming establishments was 1,166,100 Baked Bean Soup.-Put in sal j,pan American gold coin is exchanged looking for marauders and guardingthe will on Sunday, September 12th,

bales against 675,823 a year ago, and a cupful of cold baked bean: two immediately for certificates. Euro- II houses against fire. She has already 1913, assume ownership and

in public storage and at compresses cupful water md two slices ot onion pean coin is melted at the mint and made four arrests, which is control of the ice delivery ...

1,676,231 bales against 546,924 a year halt bring an to hour.the lulling Hub through point: and a sieve simmer and then; paid for in the same way. I more than her husband had done in To avoid possible temporary i,

ago. and strained many years. inconvenience to the
add one-half cupful stewed our patrons
162,721 bales against
Exports were
tomatoes two teaspoonfuls! each of business will for the present be
21,210 a year ago. butter and flour, one teaspoonful chili DAUGHTER WAS BURIED AT
Cotton active numbered and LEXIGTOKY.: conducted from the offices of
spindles sauce. Sea>ou to taste with salt WOMAN WITH TWO BABIES ,
31,064,519 against 30,347,970 a year l epper. Served with bread or crackers DROPPED DEAD ON TRAIN -'--- the Orlando Ice Company, wherea

and followed by a light dessert. It provides Eustis, Fla.-W. L. Richmond has down town sales room will be

ago.Linters used were 55,899 bales a cheap and satisfying: lunch. Plant City, Fla.-A very patheticscene returned to Umatilla from Lexington, maintained as heretofore.We .

against 25,280 a year ago; on hand Made With Red Bean. was witnessed by the passengers Ky., where he had been attending the .
will honor all ice tickets
in establish- Bean Cnouder.Wash well one cup burial of his Miss Edi
August 31 consuming in Seaboard train No.4, northbound daughter, l.
ments 164,003 bales against 75,346 a quart ful of of red cold beiins.water.' Soak In over the night morning in a from Tampa Sunday morning, I I Miss Edith died in the hospital in Or- issued by the Orlando Ice Com-

and in and lando August 27 and the all tickets not paid for be-
year ago, public storage add a whole onion and stew until the when Sirs. A. B. Frey who boardedthe body was pany
at compresses 70,851 bales against beans are tt'ntJ.>..r.dd water sis they train at this point with two babies sent to her old home in Kentucky for ing payable to us.

29,673 a year ago. Linters exportedwere cook to keep the quantity first added. one three years of age and the interment. She was a most excellent Plans for the permanent or-
11,482 bales.' When bt>an" are tender add medium other three months of Christian lady and she will be sadly
age, dropped ganization of the ice
sized di strained l tUIII..I.s. and half a cupful of a separate department in
DOGS SAVE MANY: WOUNDED: minutes after the train had left the Presbyterian church and Sunday
broken toil I for about an
ItI.ruin. business will
SOLDIERS school. our be announced
hour. St-.f ''n alit salt and rlt"PIJ'r| station.
Add dM err riot Macon and one table later.We
Berlin.-Hundreds of wounded soldiers spoonful tenon fat. Then -serve. SOUTH CAROLINA DRY; WETS MUCH GOLD STILL HIDDEN IN propose to furnish our pa-

are saved by the dogs of the Flavored Wltn Herbs. APPEAR TO HAVE LOST IN GERMANY trons with pure ice manufac-
German ambulance' corps. After one TUESDAYS ELECTION
Kidney llemi :"oUI-'fak. two cupfuls
of the battles on the Pilitza in Poland cold boiled kidney beans tour cupfuls Berlin, Sept. 17.-According to con- from distilled water

three of the dogs found forty-eight stock of water one tablespoonful: Columbia, S. C., Sept. 15.-The lat- servative estimates there are still backed up by courteous and effi-

wounded men in a labyrinth of grated onion. one tablespoonful butter I est returns from prohibition election several hundred millions of marks in cient service, and respectfullysolicit

trenches. All of them would have thyme.one teaspoonful one-fourth salt teaspoonful one teaspoonful white Tuesday: 291 precincts out of a total gold in the hands of private personsin your support.

died, as they were unable to extri- pepper, one teaspoonful chopped parsley of 989 give prohibition 33,541; opposed Germany. In the cities the public ORLANDO WATER AND

cate themselves from the heaps of and a dash of paprika. Put the kidney 14,537. Remaining precinctsare has generally responded to the appeals LIGHT COMPANY.

dead. The commanding general of a beans' on to boil with the stock or all small and will not run a total of the government, and exchanged -

reserve corps at the western front water; boil twenty minutes. mash and over 55,000 votes. all gold' for paper money,

reports that the dogs on one battle- strain. Return to the boiler add the The Democratic primary last year I but in the rural districts many preferred -

field saved sixty-seven wounded who onion butter salt, pepper, paprika polled 125,000. to keep their precious metal. I
parsley and thyme: boll a couple of I
had not been found by the ambulance
.uu..u...I..t.'''..'>.' and .....roe, if not thick ,onnn..h u .. __ __ __ n __ __ _
detachments. One of the dogs detected -
add one tablespoonful flour mixed with

fifty-three who had wounded hidden themselves French soldiers in- a little cold Soup water.of the Fatherland. .1! 1p ... Forty H.P. Four

the cellar of destroyed farm house 1f
a w
German Bean Soup.-Take one cupful -qi J
after their battalion was put to flight. of beans two cupfuls of water one
::;;: : V'U"! 1,. }/5..j ''Ifv. -: J $885 Ir
small onion one medium sized potato, ;,,;; \..I;: J i, !iIi'i! jj .-> ( K0r'J /0> .
GETS AUTO LICENSE TAG NO. 5 two tablespoonfuls of butter two tea- ti f;<.4':- .t.i'; '' t f !jf'! \ )'jfttd. -- .,
FOR HIS FORD spoonfuls of salt, pepper to taste and ,, J' : ""j .. "'-
water as needed.: Soak beans over .
Mr. II. G. Seagroatt, sales' managerfor night la a pint of water; In the morn- 4 .
Florida of the United Paper com- ing pour off. Measure the beans after .

pany, of Atlanta, Ga., left yesterdayfor they have expanded, add same amountof ;:: 4 .

a tour of the orange belt in his water the potato cut Into small ..
Henry Ford Special which he has cubes the minced onion and boll until ; ...,.,
tender. When ready to serve add the i ..,- ; .: 'l l.r. CMAeIr '01
just purchased in St. Petersburg.Mr. .
ll .
butter and seasoning. If too thick a ; ... ,
tried to ... "w 1j. .
Seagroatt purchase
little more water can be added. Many '. .,. 0: c-
of those popular cars in Orlando, but like a little vinegar In bean soup, but \JN "" : Ill"
says he could not get it in time to this may be added at table by each ac- 4
'il '_
start on the trip. lie placed an Orange -ording to taste. \ 1 m' I' ,

county 1916 license on his car, V l & :... 1 0
and as he drove off from the San aJJ '
Juan hotel, it was a difficult' matter "o \

for onlookers to decide as to which of

the two he was the proudest, the car

or his orange colored license tax, KWHEN = .
No. 5. I
jGUPBOARD theyre here

Palatka Fla.-By a majority of t1 .
'practically ten to one the eleven pre-
Those 1916 Studebakersl reached from the
incorporated in the Palatka district -
voted Monday for a bond issueof I Studebaker factories in Detroit-and they're wonders, .

$208,000 for brick roads and con- DINNER MENU. j I w too. Ready for you to look over and ride in whenever

crete bridges. Veal Cream Stew.of Asparagus laced Potatoes.Soup. you like. And if you're going to buy a car. you

Peas With Butter Balls. simply can't lose a minute in coming in to see the
Cranberry PIe. Small Cakes. new Studebakers.
H. R. BERRY Coffee. .

Forty H.R 7 FOUR 885
are in season one passenger
1' WIICN eat of cranberries as often .

as possible. A good way to is one of the handsomest cars you ever laid your eyes en. )t's. BIG car-
A complete line of Ford Acces- use them is In pies. There are several longer-112 inches in wheelbase-extraordinarily roomy fo 5-passengers '
sorts: of cranberry pie. and fitted with two disappearing seats that can be used to make it a mostt
commodious 7-passenger And it has GREATLY .NCR
car. EASED
sories; a staff' of expert mechanics Topped With Cream. f POWER-develops 40 horsepower.;
Jellied Crauberry Pie.-Bake a cruston
to render satisfaction in all
au Inverted agate pie tin. When

lines of Automobile Repair baked till with jellied cranberry sauce Fifty H.R 7 passenger SIX $1050
on which pile whipped cream, sweetened -

Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and and just a suggestion of vanilla. '
Cranberry and Raisin Pie.-Cover FOOT.Cylinder Model is the MOST POWERFUL car for its weight ever bunt develops 50
Gasoline, and fair and square the bottom of a pie pan with a plain < and Price horsepower. Not "Little Six* built for the sake of a low price,but a BIG,
paste reserving enough for an upper Tearing C.r.7.p uen aer. $885 handsome stylish and luxurious 7-passenger car. with 122-inch wheelbase
Reads_.3-pUMncer 850 and POWER in abundance and
yet splendid design makes it light in _
(crust Make a rim around the edge Laadau-R-.later.3--a 1185 -
weight-less thin 3,000 pounds.
and pour in a filling made with a cup- Commercial Car
ful of cranberries cut into halves, half
P.acID.Ii..ryCar - $875 See these 1916 Studebakers. So many low-priced cars have 4
seeded raisins .
a cupful of chopped Op n ExprM Car 850
Station Wacoa : 875 been placed on the market at the sacrifice of quality that we
three-fourths of a cupful sugar a
For Nine YearsWe tablespoonful of cornstarch and lumpof ijix-Cylaider Model want you to see with your own eyes that a high-grade car CAN
butter. Cover with the upper crust and Price be produced at a low price when the manufacturer has the

and bake In the oven.A .. TouriqCU.7..eer- resources and the manufacturing facilities that Studebaker
have been in business at the Good Imitation. Rvadster.l.yd.a R o.dster.3.p 3-pw .u.ea.ae.r; 1350 loon has. The new cars are reduced in price but the BEST cars
COTIP*.,,-p.reaa.r . 1SSO Studebaker ever built. Come in at once. Demonstrations
Pie. Take two large
Mock Cherry -
llmeuuae.i 7-paMenger 2250 '
same location, Corner of South cupfuls of cut cranberries a cupful of F.0.B. Detroit at any time.

cut raisins two cupfuls of sugar two .
Main and Church Streets.
cupfuls of boiling water, two table- :
H.P. Six
spoonfuls of flour. butter size of a wal- Fifty j
Phone 226 nut and a dessertspoonful of vanilla. I p .

Mix; then flour add with fruit sugar, then add butter.boiling water Stir- $1 0 5 0 Lvs 6r-X LJ d -- S 1rI "?--,\. .----

boil. Add vanilla. '0--:1 .
until It comes to a 3' tj-T > f ; 'i.JI
Put in crusts for two pies. tb
Orlando's; Leading Repair Shop Old Fashioned Pie. # I 1.\o -:WALu"!iP' s "l:!r. lWf, ;ik1 l 1 roo

Latticed Cranberry lie.-Line a deep _....ar.a .' "
and Garage -'"
pie plate with rich puff paste. Stew f1....... '>:'T ; r; .r." z'i, _....... ": zr..:.. ._: : l.K"
I three cupfuls of cranberries with a ; ,'"' f ._.. l)
i cupful and a half of sugar, and when '" t' ....." ... II
Mrs.f Mary A. Cox they are tender stir with a wooden ,d' I f 4 t 'l
spoon until all the cranberry skins are
0p0Cnt"p R
AnnouncesJust broken. Pour this mixture into the ''Ooo'' .
pastry shell Uoll ont some paste and } -
received from New York cut It into six strip half an inch ;f .' \

late>t and very pretty hair orna- wide and Tie length; of the pie pan's;: \
diameter. Cut another strip big enoughto .t 1 "
ments; ladies' handsome shirt-
waists; art embroidery. reach around the pan. Arrange and ( I) I [ f)E' t
three strip one way of the pie r 1A44V
three strips urros them to form dia
monds. Arrange the seventh strip

Glendale Apts. Orlando. around the t'dof the pie over the -....::::: M +
others. Beat an egg; and mix It with f .
------ a little milk.: Wash the strips of crust -

Fire InsuranceCOOK with this and bake the pie In a quick '-

oven until the crust is brown. New Cars justarrived. Come in and see them.



Christ Building

.K Distributors Daytona46jIS6

-- -

I Kansas City.-The walks of the
Berlin.-A correspondent of the "walking Woolfs" are over. After Berlin.-In one of the fearful battles -
Leipziger Neutsche Nachrichten who covering twenty-four thousand mileson in the Argonne forest a Mecklen
has been at the western front since foot and six thousand miles by I burg soldier, Private Wilhelm Kar-
the beginning of the war tells the rail, Dwight II. Woolf and his wife weick of the 97th reserve infantry
following amusing story and vouchesfor announced on their return home yesterday I regiment, was struck by no less than .

its truth: that their journeys were ended [nine French bullets. When he was "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
"One of t jke French prisoners who and they, together with Dolly, the I picked up the doctors considered him
fell into our hands in the battles horse, and Don, the dog, would rest. I dead and be came very near being
around Arras and Souchez during the "We may take a walk of a day or I buried with hundreds of his killed Unless Budded from A Bear-

last few days is Armand avage- so just to keep in condition and awaken -I comrades. A nurse discovered that I
memories, but real he was still breathing and he was !
neaux, a young sergeant. When I pleasant our
asked this gallant noncommissionedofficer I walks are over," Mr. Woolf said last taken to the nearest field hospital. ing Tree of Known Qualityand
how he had been captured he'night at his home, 920 Minnesota There the surgeons found that both !

laughingly replied: 'That is a funny avenue, Kansas side. of his legs, his abdomen, the upper ; Quantity of Produc
story,' and he continued: i The Woolfs came in from Portland, part of his chest, his right arm, and :
"'It happened in the sugar factory :Me., yesterday by rail, for it was in his left cheek had been pierced by !
which has been changing hands about'that city that the walks really ended. bullets. His condition seemed hope- j tion. -O. W. Conner
twice a day for weeks. We had taken I' The Woolfs began to walk in 1909, less, but after several operations he '
the place once again and were pre- when they made a trip to the Ozarks. rallied and in a few weeks he was 1
paring to settle down as we believedthe i They were so pleased that they out of danger. A couple of days ago
factory firmly in our possessionat I walked to New York the followingyear he arrived in his native Mecklenburg
last. I was in charge of the kitchen I then to San Francisco. Their village, where he was joyously received In five years the Ocklawaha. Nurseries through actual dem-

and started to hunt up a few bottles :last walk began in this city in 1912. by his large family and the en- onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

of wine. In the cellar of one of the I They walked to Chicago, then south tire population.I brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
destroyed houses nearby I luckily to/Tampa, Fla., then up the Atlantic I
does The United States Government experiments made by
found four bottles of very good stuff, I coast to Portland, Me. :I I I Montreal, among the Lig mountainsof
but when I emerged from the cellar On each of their walks they were North Carolina, is unique. Private Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
five minutes later German soldiers in accompanied by Dolly, the horse, who I I I|family has high class accommodations published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
j for few desirable adult
their gray uniforms were swarmingall I pulled a little wagon with the pack Large a, comfortable new house guests.; run- the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
over the place. tent in it, and Don, the dog, who ran I,I'ning water in each room; sleeping ted from a parent of true merit.
"'The factory and village had once ahead.' The rail journeys were madeto '1 porches; unexcelled home cooking.
more been recaptured by the enemy.I I avoid mountain climbs or desert i 1 Particulars address "BIrdwood Box To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
,27, Montrtat, N. C. 5-lG-S10t
I tried to hide, but was seen by 'two country. i I a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
Germans whom we had taken prisoner I "We began walking for my health,"
been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
. the day before. One of them Mr. Woolf said yesterday. "I then i'!'Specials for Satur- vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
107 Now health
spoke French and told me that the weighed pounds. my
place seemed to be in the hands of is good and I weigh 147 pounds. I I Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
their troops again. have shown that these long walks are I day and MondayFLOUR the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

"'It seems so, but it is not sure, the best cure in the world." rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
Mr. Woolf is 33 old and his
I answered. Let me make a proposi- years
You can write own guarantee and we will sign it, so
tion. We will start out together; wife is 34 years old. your
either you are my prisoner or I am 12 pound sacks ____45c. and 50c great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

your captive. They agreed and a few This pair was in Orlando last win- 24 pound sacks ____95c. and $1.00 bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
moments later into German ter. .Tall Pink Salmon, per can ______lOc
we ran a bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
company. I was a prisoner and lost I Kinghan's Sugar-Cured Hams
my four bottles of good French DR. HANCIIETT WILL PASS TilE I and Bacon, per pound ________18c CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
wine'" WINTER HERE I Three cans of Soup, assorted for 25c grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
6 packages Pearline for ________25c
i Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2
prominent people l pounds for __________________25c
STEAMSHIPS will pass the coming winter in Orlando -
3 packages lOc. size Toilet paper Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
are more widely or favorably
for _25c
--- -------- ----- -----
Jacksonville,Fla.-Herman G. Wen- known than is Dr. Henry G. Hanchett, I
zel, Florida passenger agent for the lately head of the theoretical depart- Jams, Jellies and Apple Butter, W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida

Clyde Steamship company, yesterday ment of Brenau College, Gainesville, per glass ____________________lOc OR
announced that, effective September Ga., which is claimed to be the lead- Irish Potatoes, peck, 15 pounds__25c
19, steamers bound for New York will ing consrvatory of music in the South. Meal, Grits, Scratch Feed and G. G.
leave here Sundays, Mondays, Wed Dr. Hanchett has had a long and I Corn, 9 pounds for ____-______2uc Wright, Agent
Lard, No. 10 pails ____________$1.00
nesdays and Fridays at 2 o'clock in distinguished career as author and YO VELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG. ORLANDO FLA.
the afternoon. Leaving dates for teacher. He i is. an organist of nation- :I I Lard, No. 4 pails _______________40c I 8 ) ,

south bound ships from New York wide reputation, and his addition to I 6 cans 5c. Sardnes. for i-_______25c
were made effective September 4, for the number of winter residents is a I
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdaysat cause for sincere gratification. He
Honest Weights and Measures
1 o'clock in the afternoon. has met many Orlando people throughhis

" friend, W. W. Rose, who saw to
it that he was introduced to all. I
Umbrellas recovered and repaired I Cash Grocery Co.
"while you wait." at Young's Repair
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Try a Sentinel want ad. .I Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

II D 111111111111111 11111I1 1111111111 11111I'- I-; -;111111111111111111111111- i 11111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111 f 111111111111 -i
.1111111111111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111 I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111III' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIII'-.




c ') /Ii
The Eyes Of (V r, Distinguished

Every One r'I i'I' 4 .. Showing New

are turned on the woman \ I Fall Skirts
whose clothes mark her ( '

apart from the crowd. \ / I \ L \ !I! ',' ; N I / The great demand for
They proclaim her one of ,I,, smart Fall Skirts at

discriminatipg taste, for ;; ; lir ; moderate prices finds us
to select such a garment cr M splendidly prepared. Ev-
from the many that are i'I' I \ ery day more and moreseen
on every hand re- i \ ,,+ rl. ; : \ new skirts join our Fall

quires a knowledge and '. r a'' 1 Fashion display, from
appreciation of style, \ 7 the most exquisite materials

material, fit and wearing / I \ I and perfect mod-

qualities that few pos- 1 y 4 r, ,,I ifI 1 v \ els.
sess. But these are v ") I I Plain tailored, silk
characteristics that are y 7 .' F' r braid trimmed, neat but-

found in every Prinzess Ti iJ tons, latest belt, and the
Suit Come in, look ; new handy pocket.
around and see what the ; -- Many other dressy
styles of the new season I o oo models in Taffeta, all at
o o o
are to be. popular prices.

lcno y a u& 540 549 ''I "4 auncne,.nu p4516
33S 354

The New Printzess Suits for Fall Are HereThe

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

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

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

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

The C'o




--- -
--- ----- -------
I .
THE DAILY eight months of school. Presbyterian church and tear Rev. J. ,I

Orlando is fortunate in having excellent II. F. Blue, D. D., of Toronto Canada, IA Poem For The Day \
Florida SentinelMORNING
South schools in which, under the who will preach in the morning on

AND WEEKLYv. guidance and instruction of Profes- the subject, "Christ the Revelation of OLD MELODIES OF LOVE
::. GLENN .....................EdlUr sors Simmons and Coleman and their God," and in the evening on "The
W. C. ESSINGTON Batinn ccr Timely hvng
able corps of teachers, the Orlandoites Personality of Christ. Old melodies of lo\-e. play on
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor ] Through distance and through
ida. u second Class Mail MatUr. I of Monday September 27, can Or if your heart is warmed and tears,

SUBSCRIPTION RAlt lay the groundwork of their educa- your religious sympathies aroused by Thy music of the silver dawn

Daily 1 TSar ........................ $5.00 tion. For, after all, the groundworkis the fellowship of the Baptist church, Behind the veil of years;
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.60 _
Daily Months ...................... 1.26 all that is received in school. go and listen to the earnest presentation The oli, familiar lays that swingSo
Daily 1 Month ....................... .SOWeekly. of truth Dr. Poulson who will softly and so slow
Whether we leave it for college or by From out the fragrance of a spring
1 Year ...................... $U)0) for work, it matters not, our educa- have for his morning topic "The True That blossomed long ago. Economies 1

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN tion is not complete when we leave Test of Discipleship," and at the even-
Old melodies of love-dear heart!
ADVANCETO school; it has only begun. ing service Rev. II. G. Kenney will Mid all the fanfare borne

ADVERTISERS -o preach his first sermon before an Or- Upon us in this teeming mart
lando audience.Or Where souls grow bent and worn-
and all other hand- etadvcrtUlnx
Cap f.r display
matt be handed in at the biuincu ALSO PO'ETS ET AL. if none of the above services are They sound as mystic and as sweet I On Wanted Articles is
office of the Sentinel not later than 3 p. m. As in those dells we knew on
faith and
the day before publication. This role appliesto The special automobile edition pub according to your as taught When love went out with love to meet
chances for contract advertising; it is honored by ancestors, and Mid daisies and mid dew.
I your you
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. lished by the Sentinel last Sunday received the Menu for
wish to worship according to the rit- Saturdayand
favorable comments around
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel difccon- ual and beliefs of the world-wide Ah little harpsichord, awake
dnued should notify the office in writing on state. It was the first automobile Once more thy tinkling song;
the date of expiration. otherwise 'it will be, section published in Florida this sea- Catholic denomination, you will finda For all the tender old love's sake Monday. Note
continued at the regular subscription rates
welcome and
cordial pleasant ser- Bid memories hither throng
until notice to stop is received.Telephone and attracted considerable notice.
Numb ...................... 14SUNDAY son vice at St. James church. And little spinnet standing thereIn
The 500 extra Sentinels publishedwere some far corner room, these few:
SEPTEMBER 19, 191;). quickly exhausted, many Orlando Bring us again in some sweet air
people buying the edition to sendto TO THE FOLKS AT HOME-A The old yards full of bloom.
their friends in the North.
Start the week right-go to church I Bring us, old melodies of love,
today! The Tampa Tribune always in the IT NOW"The I The sweethearts of our' youth;

o forefront of Florida newspaperdom, As quiet as the twittering dove, Huckaback Towels

Looks and feels like the biggest and quick to realize a good thing fact that LaVe county officials As beautiful as truth;
I For while thy message, soft and low,
winter ever! when published, commented favorablyon have been here and have selected the From other years plays on, Large size, full bleach, heavy make, regular $1.50
n the edition, as follows: I space they expect to occupy with their Perhaps our hearts again may know

The "tourist crop" is Orlando'sbest The special automobile editionof county exhibit should not be neededto The sweetness that has gone.Baltimore dozen,

if taken care of the Orlando Sentinel makes a spur Orange county exhibitors to Sun.
and properly revelation of the extent and importance o Sat. and Mon. doz. $1.10
renewed interest and effort, because,
will it.Now .
nothing destroy of that industry in that COOK & BAAS.
a city. Eight pages of Sunday's with four other counties competing,

that the Sunday closing law Sentinel were devoted to automo- we are on our mettle. Agents, will attend to your fire insur- Turkish TowelsThe

cases have been settled, one can devote bile is news a much and larger advertisements.This volume of. True, the purpose is to give our ance promptly. Christ building.
his entire attention to disciplining automobile advertising than is friends in the other counties a fair very thing for the bath room; very close weave, ,
the children who run across the carried even by Tampa automo- field and every sort of favor because
automobiles. bile dealers. The Sentinel is to they will be our guests and deserve long pile; regular 15c. each,
paths be in sucha MODEL KINDERGARTEN
congratulated making
the finest treatment at our
o showing for its city. very Sat. and Mon. lOc. each"Prosperity"
Don't you newspaper boobs know I hands; and they are going to get it. SCHOOLMISS

that the more you lambast Catts the The edition also inspired an Orlando Still, there may be a tendency on

more votes you are piling up for him. woman, who submitted the follow- the part of home county exhibitorsto LEY, Director SheetsThis

the voters fail to take depend too much on the expectation 27 .
Never saw ing poem: Opens Monday September ,
sides with the man who catches the I The New Auto that the other counties will makeup in Primary room, First Metho- will be of special interest to proprietors of
devil in the newspapers-Macclenny I Pa has just bought a new auto- for any deficit on our part, and dist Church. Froebel System,
A beauty, I should say; that would defeat the very object of rooming houses, etc. These are sheets that will stand
Standard.The graded work. Beginners first
We all with the house work ,
help ma ,
the fair. amount of hard wear-not too heavy-but just
o So we can ride all day. and second grades, pupils 3 to any
nomination of a dead man for The fact is the foundation of the 7 years of age. heavy enough. In two sizes. NO SEAMS.

office in a Maryland primary has At night we just "stack" the dishes, exposition depends on Orange county, For particulars phone 221 orI I
Then into the car we climb, Size 72x90 regular 59c.
and if we do not put into it the very ,
"created a curious complication. We spin along so merrily call at 14 East Jackson Street,
Dead men used to vote under the old Ana never think of time. best material the entire fabric will after September 1st.
Sat. and Mon. 39c.Size
but dead to that extent fail. Our people must .
conditions, a man
May says it's an institution I reinforce their enthusiasm and start
obviously a curiosity.New And pa says she is right, 81x90, regular 75c.
in with a vim that has always charac-
York World.
I know that car has done wondersTo The Cathedral
o make our hearts all light. terized us and work from this good School Sat. and Mon. 59c

The South Florida Chamber of day till the opening day of the fair.

Commerce is destined to be one of the We And never we only once have think had of two-punctures i Therefore, everybody who ever had

in the development an exhibit in previous years is due to Orlando's Select Boarding and Day .
most important agencies Once when dear ma ran it. 36 inch Pure Silk MessalineOur
of South Florida. The And once with sister Sue. have something better this year; and School for Girls

plan of organization proposed by the that means prepare now. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 regular $1.00 quality, in a large range of hand
When toot horn for
you your some Primary, Intermediate and Academic
In fact, this is the natural time to
executive committee will it
put on a
folks. Grade some new colors both for street or evening wear,
sound and permanent basis, and every My, but don't they act sore! prepare many things. We saw a
county will be equally interested and Yes sir, I'm strong for the auto house-lady making jelly the other Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
and Mon. 79c.
benefited. When the organization is The family horse is no more. day. She had shelf upon shelf loaded Culture and Domestic Science. Sat. I

there will be lim- with samples of an exceedingly fine For Catalogues address the Rector,
finally perfected, no An automobile factory in the North r.
it to its influence and power for good. writes as follows: product. We do not think she has Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. 31, and RatinesFull
sent of her manufacture to Dress Suiting
-Plant City Courier. "We have received the Senti- ever any Orlando
o nel, and have carefully noted the the domestic department of the fair.
SCHOOL DAYS automobile section, which is very We saw another lady busily at workon weight-fall colors-fine plain and combination

DRAW NIGH. complete indeed. We believe in straw baskets, and still anotheron FIELD'SCHOCOLATE colorings, worth 75c. and 85c. a yard,
newspaper advertising and en-
Monday, September 27, one week courage our dealers to advertiseas straw mats, and they were imply
from tomorrow, marks the opening of much as possible." artistic productions worthy the best Sat. and Mon. 49c. yd.

o nich in the fancy department. Sure-
the Orlando public schools, and as
such it marks an event in the lives of GO TO CHURCH ly such things should appear.

hundreds of children to whom it may :TODAY. The ladies have a bonanza in many White Striped and Checked

be well to give attention for a mo- "Religion crowns the statesman and products, and every one knows that VANILLA
the man, the good women of the county, and DimitiesA
ment. I Sole source of public and of private' TUTI FRUTI
visitors as well, form the largest partof
To the tot of six years, trudging
peace. the attendants and therefore must clearing of many oddments, many dainty patterns,
bravely along by mother's side on the If you love the grand ritual and GUAVAICE
way to be initiated into the mysteriesof prayers of the Episcopal- hurch go to be entertained. If there is any way many serviceable lengths, regular 12V&C, 15c., and 18c.

school life, the day is one that will the Cathedral and listen to the ser- in which the secretary or the superintendents CREAMS. values.

Jive long in the memory, if indeed it vice and sermon by Rev. R. P. Cobb, of the various departmentscan
give advice or assistance they and Mon. 10 85c.
is ever forgotten. Who of us can not who is in charge of the parish during Sat. yds.
remember the thrills stand ready. Without doubt, the
we experiencedon the absence of Dean Remsen.If .
that day whn first we entered the your natural inclinations go out other counties will put in some extra AUTO LUNCHESA

of school? And fine exhibits along these lines, even Lawns and BatistesIn
magic portals as we towards Methodism and the matchless Dress
better than heretofore and this is SPECIALTYCLUB
think of the of a
weary years struggle hymns of the Wesleys, go down and
that are to be spent by the chlid in worship with the people of this great call to our home folks. GET BUSY. a host of beautiful colorings and designs, all on

"getting an education," as it is com- denomination and hear what the pas- light grounds, many worth 15c. and 20c. a yard.

monly called, we can not repress a I tor, Rev. J. B. Ley, has to say about Philadelphia Ledger: The attemptto SANDWICH 25c

feeling akin to pity. "The Vine Dresser" in the morning, establish a pro-German daily paperin Sat. and Mon. 8 yds. for 68c.
For school not all New York is rank ingratitude to
days are happiness and "God's Estimate of Folks" in the

no matter what they may seem evening.If Mr. Hearst.

in after life. School has its problems instead of the Wesleys you were o We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed I 70 and 72 inch Pure Linen Table

its sorrows, its ups and downsno brought up in a home where John Owing to lack of space an article and Delivered for All

less than the busy world outside, Calvin and IIuss were the names that concerning St. Joseph's academy will DamaskIn

and though in after years they may were specially honored go to the appear Tuesday morning. OccasionsToDay

seem trivial, the tragedies of schoollife : an exceedingly fine range of dainty conventional

are very real when we are passing I designs, Irish manufacture. Exceptional value for 85c
through them.

So let us send our best wishes, our Sat. and Mon. yd. 53c.

benediction, as it were, with the little

tots, who on that day begin the grindof

school life. Never again will theybe

as free as they are today and the
Can't Live Without
remainder of the week. Small the One

tasks will be in the first few days and

weeks and months, but nevertheless EatingOur

they must l b'e> done and never again

will life be quite so carefree for the solve the
little lad or lass who starts that dayon
his or her school career. TEMPERANCE LESSON of how to do it economically. Have you tried them?

We would not enjoy the summer if
"This little bit of wisdom take-
it were not for the winter. We would
Try to day a Stone's wrapped cake-
not appreciate the freedom of
vaca- SUBJECT: Just like Mother used to make-
tion days if it were not for the year
Ten cents at your grocers.Dickson .
of work, whether it be in the class

room or in office or shop, that must
go before. It is good to have work to "Defeat Through Drunkenness"The

do, so that there be not too much of

it, and most of us go back to our

work with a feeling of real pleasure Iyes Co.

after a few weeks of idling. Probably I -

the boys and girls who must

take up their books and prepare for

the work of the season, will not admit

that this is so, but down in their

hearts there is a pleasure that school I Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .DEPARTMfNT STORE.

days are drawing nigh, whether they
recognize it or not. School brings its S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ...

pleasures as well as its sorrows, and I

the children would grow tired of L

eight months vacation as they do of J ,


({MattJto I

Snrietll I "Get It At Allen's" |


llondaSt plt mber 20. GRANDTOMORROW
The Monday Night Bridge Club will A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
be entertained by Miss Roberta METHODIST CHURCH
Corner Main and Jackson commend the .
Branch. streets. can Hamilton to anyone who wants
Tuesday, September 21. John B. Ley, pastor. a timekeeper of perfect and continuous .
Bible school, 9:45 Attractive accuracy.
The Board of Governors of the Asso- a. m.
ciated Charities will hold its reg- exercises. Organized classes. Fine
cThe ular meeting at the San Juan hotel.rs. orchestra. New pupils solicited. C. E. C
M[ C. G. Brown will entertain the Howard, superintendent.The f Ifuu IIttkk
Young Matrons Card Club. pulpit will be occupied by the Jimtt
Methodist Sewing Circle will meet pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. i ;
with Mrs. S. S. Griffin on Lake Morning subject, "The Vine Dresser." "THE GIRL AND THEBACHELOR"
Eola. At night the subject will be "God's "let Railroad Ttmilieptr!Aeurica"This
Estimate of Folks." Text "Thou Art
Bachelor Wednesday Girls meet September with Miss 22.Eliza- Weighed in the Balances." The choir is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by 56?:
has arranged some good music for of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
beth Branham.The A Kalem feature
special complete We can sell the complete watch ,'"
each service.At you or we can supply a Hamilton moTe
Twentieth Century Club will meat fitted to your present watch case. All sizes for men and (
meet with Mrs. J. F. Terry at her 6:45 p. m. the young people will in two parts, with Tom women.
residence, corner of Ridgewood and conduct their usual devotional service
Hillman avenues. These meetings are gaining in attend Moore and Marguerite Courtot

Orlando Thursday.Gun Club September will shoot 23.at the ance Strangers and interest.visiting our city will finda laying leads."HEARST. Allen & Company
Country Club. cordial welcome awaiting them.
This Week
IN HONOR OFD Monday, 3 p. m., Ladies' Aid So Jewelers
ciety. A full attendance is requested.
TAMPANS. Tuesday, 3 p. m.. Sewing Circle will
Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl was meet with Mrs. S. S. Griffin on Lake No. 51

hostess Friday afternoon at a "five Eola.Wednesday -
7:30 p. m., midweek
hundred" party given in honor of her prayer service. Special' prayer for Portraying all the important

guests, Mrs. Armour Rice and Mrs. approaching revival. THE TIME TO PAINT
events of the day, including a I
W. L. Hanks, of Tampa. Three tables -0--
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. is right now. Don't let things go
) were arranged for the party,and remarkable scene showing a until the
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas house barn fence or floor
after the game, which was enjoyed tor.This BATTLE BETWEEN THE begins to look shabby. A little of our
by every one present, refreshmentswere church most cordially extends ready to use paint will put home
its hospitality to all who come within E
served consisting of cream,cake its doors. We want every one to feel AUSTRIANS AND SERBIANS J in fine trim and save you the cost of a
punch and mints. The color schemeof at home with us. l Q IIhII "f much bigger paint bill later on.
green, pink and white was carriedout Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.11".
r in the refreshments. The rooms Samuel A. Newell, superintendent
Organized classes and teachers with "WHOSE HUSBAND"A
were decorated in pink hibiscus, tea
veil prepared lessons. Miss Eunice
gasoline consumption roses and ferns. First prize was DeLaney will be in charge of the Vitagraph Comedy feature. r Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
won by Mrs. Hanks, and the consolation Baraca class. All members are urged
: prize by Mrs. Fred Gore. to be present. Jay Dwiggins, Flora Finch andKate 205 S. Orange Avenue
is Worship in the auditorium at 11 Phone
unusu Those present were Mrs Armour Price. COLEMAN & RHAN 261HiiaiililCillM
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastor
Rice, Mrs. W. L. Hanks, Mrs. Alfred in charge.

ally low. Bumby, Mrs. Fred Gore, Mrs. Hunt- Morning subject, "The True Test o)P Mini *!
ington, Mrs. Carl Dann, Mrs. Martin, iscipleship. We are pleased to announce
that Rev. II. G. Kenney who
Mrs. Farrar, Mrs. James Magruder, soon will leave for the seminary i in .
Mrs. Will Hammond, Mrs. Rybolt Louisville, will preach at the evening j The New Ice Company ;
hour.B. .
and Mrs. II. Wichtendahl.
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; 5 cents .10 cents I
Miss Claudia DeLaney president. PHONE 675
TWO COUPLES Midweek prayer meeting. Wednesday -
the Baptist pastorium yesterday vices.hearty welcome to all the ser Tuesday, Eslie Janis in "Nearlya Delivery DailyWait

afternoon four Orlando people were Lady."
happily united in marraige by Dr. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Edward T. Poulson. Frank LeRoy Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R
Bacon and Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth O'Neal, superintendent. Mr. Horn for our wagon. We think
will assist in the music with his vio
Slater became man and wife, and Mil- lin. vou will }like our ice.

lard E. Whalen and Mrs. Ruby May Regular church service morningand
The tire expenseis Crawford were married. Both coo evening.
Rev. J. II. F. Blue D. D., of Toronto -
ples residents of
are Orlando and
Canada will preach at both
reasonable because have the best wishes of numbers of services. Topic for the
morning sermon j The New Ice :Companyi..I.IIIIIIIIIII.III..IIII.III.I.wlllll&
friends for long and happy married "Christ a Revelation of God." j
lives. In the evening the topic will be "The
the size of the Personality. of Christ." Dr. Blue has i
I -u- held pastorates in large churches in '
:SOCIETY NOTESOF Baltimore and Boston and is a pleasing -
.r tires is right for INTEREST.Dr. and earnest speaker. ROOf G4RDN(

weight of car. little Miss Janet have returned froma Rev. E. Irvine Georges, priest in I

most pleasant ten days stay with charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Featherston at Sunday, sixteenth after Trinity
Communion at 7:30 a. m. High Mass
"Featherstonhaugh" on Lake Holden.Dr. at 10:30.: Sunday school at 3 p. m TOMORROW : ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALCURTIS

Poulson kept up the pastoral Solemn evensong and sermon, at 7:30
work in his large congregation, going Tuesday. Feast of St. Matthew
back and forth in his new Buick. Communion at 7:30 a. m. Meeting o f "WOMAN AND WAR"
Altar Guild at 5:30 p. m.
Wednesday. Evening prayer and I I
Mrs. M. B. Davis and daughter litany at 7:30 p. m. A Special three part drama.

Miss Gail, who have been absent from Friday. Confirmation class at 7
p. m. Choir rehearsal at 8
Orlando all p. m.
summer, dividing their
time between points of interest in the. SCIENCE "PICTURESQUE FRENCH

states, returned to Orlando yesterday Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Services & O'NEAL
afternoon and are again occupying at 11 a. m.; subject, "Matter." GUINEA, WEST AFRICA"One
their pretty home Lucerne Wednesday evening service at 7:45
on Circle. reel Educational.
35 P. i avenue Third and floor Church corner street.South Entrance Orange : Insurance Loans Real Estate


I Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Motor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. The One-Price Theater
The F. Joseph Raehn Plumbing Morning prayer and sermon at 11
Company has its warehouse well a. m., the Rev. R. P. Cobb officiatingTOO .

stocked with all
equipment LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR 10 cents 5 cents : ,-
from pipes to bath room fixtures. I
This company will do a wholesale and I _
SALE-I have a few Whit
retail business, but they will not do Wyandotte cockerels for sale. Address i- ,, -
r any installation work. This will be XYZ Sentinel office. 9-19-31 Tuesday, "The Hound of the : ESTABLISHED 1886
done by the "other fellow," accordingto
Mr. Raehn. The warehouse and WANTED-Cow, with or without Baskerville, 4 parts, some fe 1- :
calf. Must be cheap for cash. Be
stock rooms are completely filled with sure to give price. Address IL, car ture.

new fixtures of every description.The !Sentinel. 9-19-lt* MMCM MlililllllllHMimiMMIIiilliMMSand's

company intends to do some
WANTED-Young white, wh
unique advertising in the Sentinel in is good worker, to man.raise garden on
the near future. Watch for "The shares. I have some good land. P. P.
Pipe Man" advertisement. Somethingto McGraw Sentinel office after 6 p. m.

catch your eye and hold your at 9-19-ltc

i tention. I LOST-Male pointer pup, 3 monthsold.
I Liver ears and liver spot on
MANY IMPROVEMENTS AROUND rump. Specks on body. Had collar
with my name on it. Reward if returned -
GILES' NEW RESIDENCEA to Frank D. Guernsey.

I. W. 9-19-tfc ,
force of workmen is continually
busy improving the lawn and sur- Furnished 14 house brick
room on
roundings of the beautiful new Jas. I street, arranged for light housekecp Pure Ice CreamMade
L. Giles' residence on Lucerne Circle. ing. Splendid location; large lot.
To the rear of the new home the Terms.9-19-3mo Owner 10 W. Concord Ave.

Phillips ground is being cleared away of old

trees and is being levelled, all of FOR SALE-Windmill, with 50 foot
which will be sown in grass. The tower, 12 foot fan and syphon
mansion is located in the pump; one three horse power electric In Orlando
center of
motor and pump. Come quick and
& this perfectly graded lawn and ap- get a bargain. F. Joseph Raehn.
pears all the more beautifuL Orlando. 9-19-lt-

Sons VERY the examination COMPLIMENTARYAt for teachers FavoriteMONDAY'S Phone 566-666

held in Orlando last week, Miss Mildred -
Williford passed with
a very
high percentage, 92 plus This is Kay-Be Feature in Two Parts.
gratifying to the many friends pi "LITTLE DICK'S FIRST CASE"A
Miss Williford who is a deserving Majestic One Part Drama
young lady and has worked hard for Good Royal Comedy.For .
this honor. Miss Williford has been Tuesday we have a special two
engaged as one of the teachers for reel Keystone comedy, featuring )Ir.

the coming year in the Apopka high Charles to miss.Chaplin. One you can't afford ..

... school.-Apopka News. No advance in prices. ....... ..

-- -- -
-- -


What do you Miami, Fla., Sept. 15.-S. A. Belcher -

hope for in a of Miami, member of the Dixie II GARDEN SEED I FOR SALEWill

Highway Association for Florida, hasI

varnish? i I decided definitely' what his recom- _

I mendations will be as to the central

western route for the highway in New Crop Onion Sets Just offer for sale for a few days

I this state, over which there has been ArrrvedCome
JIIEAW the property corner Orange AvenuJ
:considerable dispute the past few ,

:weeks. jn to see us.Ve are famous for our High Quality Jackson and Boone Streets known
ONV he has the as
| In his decision approvali Seeds, and Low Price
;i Carl Fisher and of Secretary Gil- the
skating rink for
TRO14iLWSffE |.breath, the field officer of the association ,

letters having been received $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a I
? ,:from each agreeing with Mr. Belcherin City Drug StoreJ. year
stand and telling him to
his pro- and interest at six per cent.
:,ceed with the plans.
I Mr. Belcher's recommendation will L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLA. .

cut out the proposed route from Tal-
When buy varnish for
you your lahassee of Lake and
by way City
floors you hope that it will improvethe
appearance of those floors and Jacksonville. That is an east and
west line, through an old cattle country .
Unfortunately much that is sold for very sandy, and Mr. Belcher does JUNES
floor varnish won't realize that hope I not consider that it should be a part Of the total population in conti-
for you.Lawson's. New York.-A German invasion of nental United States excluding AlasI I
of the official Dixie highway, for
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas 'of the United States was effected ka and other noncontiguous territory)
a ondcrf ul.deep lustrous finish. It is these and other reasons.
easily applied because it works easily. It For the central Florida route he through the port of New York yes the last federal census shows that of
is for durability and will
scratch unequalled white. It dries absolutely dust-not will recommend a road starting at terday-a pleasant sort of invasion to those engaged in gainful occupations,
free in from five to seven hours and gets from war-ridden Thou 10 of
hard in twenty-four hours. Jupiter, on the east coast main line come Europe. 12,567,925 persons, years age Engraved Stationery and
Lustro thence sands of jumping jacks, popguns and and over, are engaged in agriculture.This .
As for economy has a covering of the Dixie highway, by way
capacity that is wonderful. yellow haired dolls; armies of lead is approximately one-third of the
of Kissimmee, Orlando, Ocala, Talla-
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor soldiers in very brilliant paint uni- total number engaged in gainful oc Invitations
Varnish at our risk,returnable if uasatisfac'ory. hassee and on from the latter city to
Macon, Ga. forms, and Noah's arks and music cupations. The number engaged in

I Made by Valentine & Co. boxes-in all 4,500 cases of toys- agricultural pursuits is classified as Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

{ SEMINOLE ADDITION READY BY were brought in by the Holland- follows: because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
Manufacturers ofI American steamer Veenbergen from Agricultural laborers ______GOR8H4Dair"men
NOVEMBER 13; and deliver the goods in Orlando.
and dairywomen 35,014
I; ALSPAR and Rotterdam.
Farmers,planters,overseers5, 81,522
extended by the Brit- QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
VALENAMELAll For some time past workmen have Special grace Gardeners, foresters, nurserymen -
I been busy making a sixty room addi- ish blockade permitted the arrival of etc. _nn_____ 143,462 PRICES THE VERY LOWEST. '
a the cargo of toys to supply the Amer- Lumbermen and raftsmen __ 127,154
tion to the popular Seminole Inn at ican Christmas market. Stock raisers, herders, and \%T. S. BRANCH
to be had at Winter Park. The work is progress- drovers (approximate) ___ 122,189 ,
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT ing rapidly and will be completed by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British Wood choppers nuuuu 27,567 THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
ambassador has informed the state
Turpentine farmers and laborers -
November 15, at which time the hotel
STORE department at Washington of the uunuuuu__ 28,967
opens for the tourist season. Other agricultural
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. progress of negotiations looking toward (approximate) ___pursuits_n____ 13,636

Tampa, Fla.-Steel is being placedin the release of similar cargoesof Apiarists __________________ 21,456 SKATING RINKLADIES'
German-made Christmas
the building formerly occupied by goods
$1,000 the Tampa Hardware company, at which have been held up for many HOW ABOUT TIIAT HOUSE YOU
months in Dutch ports. HAVE TO RENT?
Franklin and Polk streets, and work-
men are renovating it for the Wool-
worth stores. $4,000,000 POSTAL SAVING A Sentinel "For Rent" ad. is most AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY ,

Will buy a choice building lot in Dr. -oLondon.The I,I likely to turn the trick. It's in the -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus' Germans have lost Washington:: D. C.- Postmaster I morning that most every one starts INSTRUCTORS.Open .

drove on North Orange avenue over- twenty submarines since the begin- General Burleson announced tonight I out to look for a house. Naturally

looking '. .vj ivanhoe. There are ning of the war, according to an editorial that he would ask congress for an ap- i they look to the Sentinel for the latest 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. note in the Motor Ship and propriation of $49,000,000 to provide I, list of rentals. The Daily Morn

The bricked street splits the lots, Motor Boat, while the British losses rural delivery service during the fis- ing Sentinel is their guide. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
which will have of 62 feet 1 1916. The I
a frontage cal year beginning July ,
have been only seven, including the I
150 feet the east side of for this
by depth on last appropriation purposewas
E-7 the destruction of which
nounced yesterday. $53,000,000, and the department ADMISSION: : 10 CENTSRollins
All Four Soldand hopes to save the $4,000,000 without
"What do you think of the acous-
CURE ADVISES SUNDAY WORK reducing efficiency.Of .
tics, Mrs. Nurichvhispered her
the amount to be asked $48-
the price is fully 25 per cent. neighbor."Oh .
will be used to maintain the
000,000 .
less than the real value. Each lot on Paris.-The patriotic cure of a big I don't mix in them religious College Winter Park
service it is organized, and ,
the east side of the street has about commune in the department of Ondre as now squabbles. Let everybody worship in *
20 large budded bearing trees. The has just preached a sermon which has the remaining $1,000,000 will be expended their own way, I say.-Buffalo Ex Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,

ground is high and sightly. Building created some little stir throughout on new routes and improve- press. Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Ar.s, Bus
restrictions will protect the home Catholic France. ments. Mr. Burleson said plans already iness Teachers Course.

builder. The owner has cut the price "My d.'arly beloved brethren," said were under way to provide a Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric fire
modern and larger service in Boom your business by advertisingin lights, protection, fine gym-
upon my guarantee to make a quick the cure, "divine service will be re- more the Sentinel. nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
sale. There is nothing like it in the duced' today to p. minimum. After 1917. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
for and location. Call rooms for Business School, full banking equipment.: New chemicaland
city today price prayirg Got! to bless our sons, I will -
physical laboratories, with modern device
equipped of
every ; analysis
me up by phone or come to the office. ask those of you who can do so to go FORAGE GROCERY CO. soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
My time and auto are at your service. and help the harvesters. Until the boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. harvest is entirely gathered in I au- nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
thorize, nay, I invite you, to work on
Sunday. Mass will be said at 4 a. m.

E. C. YoungRoom for the harvesters. Saturday And All Next Week SpecialsBest

10, JIcNeill & Davis Block. CONEY HAD) NARROW ESCAPE The i1arietOF :
Phone 569. granulated sugar, 16 lbs..S1.00 3 cans corn, good grade _. 2oc.;

Sanford, Fla.-II. B. Coney is on Best lemons, per doz. .. .. ... 13c. 3 cans early June peas . . 23c. CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
3 cans baby size Gold or
the water wagon again after a very Georgia butter, fresh shipment cream
.Globe ... ...... .. .. ... ... lOc. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
MisdirectedEconomy narrow escape from death near Mait- per lb. .. .. .. ... ... .,. ... 30c.
land. The car turned half over but 3 lbs. onions, cabbage, northern FRESH AND SALT MEATS

. the back end of the truck being filled Fox River, Blue Valley, Gold turnips . .. .. ... .. lOc. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

with water bottles kept it from turn- Seal, and other butter .... .. 35c.; Irish potatoes, per peck .. __ ._ 25c.; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

ing over and :Mr. Coney escaped witha Sliced bacon, lb. box .. ..... 32c. .per bushel ..__ ._. 90c. and pure.
wrenched back and minor bruises. Snowdrift, large pail ....... 9.:>c. Fresh snap beans, lb ._ lOc.
and satisfaction. have
invite We
Trying to save a few cents by The accident was caused by breakingof Crisco large pail .. .. ... ... 83c. Sweet potatoes, very nice, peck. 40c. We inspection guarantee
everything in the Meat Line.
having your work handled by inferior the steering Pillsbury's best flour, 24 lb. Prunes and fancy peaches lb.. lie.
hands. '\ sack . -.. ... ... .$1.00 Rumford, Calumet or Royal bak-
H. oVd. Self & Co.
Your personal influence is Our contemporaries will do Ocala Best pastry flour, 21 lb. sack, ing powder, per can .. . 22c.

greatly enhanced when you are and the conference veterans of the plain or S. R. . .- ....... 9:>c. 7 cans sardines .. _.. .. .. 25c.; t PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET 4
clad in immaculate linen. state a favor by aneuncing that the Macaroni and spaghetti 3 pkgs. 23c.; Tall salmon, per can ._ .. 9c.

annual meting of the Florida division 4 lbs. best head rice ..... .. 2r; c. PRICES ON FEED

will be held in this city Oct. 27, 28, Pure ground coffee, per lb. _.. 13c.; Cotton seed meal.. ._$1.25; and $1.30

OrlandoSteam 29. Ocala intends to give the old White House coffee per lb. .. 33c. Shorts .. ... .............. .$1.80

soldiers a warm welcome and hopesto Maxwell House coffee, per lb. ... 30c. Sweet feed '. _....... ._ _. .... .$1.73;

LaundryFRENCH see all and many of their friends 8 bars Lenox soap . .... ..,. 2.;)c. Oats . .. .......$190 and $2.00 ORLANDO "ROOFING

-Ocala Star.Don't. 13 bars Octagon soap .... ... 50c. Beet pulp ... ............... .$1.80
DRY CLEANERS 7 pkgs. Pearline or Naptha .. .. 23c. Best wheat ... ...............$2.40 ANt:
LAUNDERERS -- 2 bottles extract ........... 13c.: j, Best chick feed ......... .....$2.10

PHONE 88 2 No. 2 lamp chimneys ..:.... l c'l Magic feed for hens .... ... 20c. SHEET METAL CO.

Forget Us 2 bottles household ammonia... 13c. Salt per 100 I lb. sack ... ...... 63c.
2 pkgs. corn starch -. .. .... lSc.l| AH these prices good for all next

FOR Best No. 2 cans new peas .. .. 7c. week.
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
I I. ... for ...... ........ ........ 23c. I Call 638 and save money. ,
SCREENS WHAT AM when in I I I and Rubber Roofings

BOSTWICK SCREENS GOODELL CO. need of Forage Grocery Company Cornices, Skylights,.Heating, Ventilating, IMal Ceilings

John W. Pounds, Agent

Box 703 Works: 14 E. Church St. 5 ORLANDO

For Sale At Notice to the PublicDesiring

Your Price GuaranteedOur The Orlando Meat MarketT.

to give our teams and drivers a rest on

Pries Sundays we have mutually agreed to discontinue the general I A. YANCY Jr., Manager

delivery of ice on this day. Our storage rooms will

10-Room House, Lot 150x200 are reason- be open for the accommodation of the public, but ice will Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

faces on three streets, 2 blocks I be delivered to the commercial trade only. Florida and Western Meats

from center of City, east side. abe. I Please fill your boxes on Saturday.
I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

I By D. A. Cheney. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order ,

Quality Our i f THE NEW ICE COMPANY, Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
I By F. A. Rollins. PHONES {Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.


i -






I The Morning Sentinel- Want I No. 4 West Pine Sreet I, 817
Directory is the Greatest Want
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORT.. AJSTDC Ad 3Iedium in Orlando. Phone 161 '

I \ worth
r Terms Cash in Adrance. Building.

Cement Ajjatite Plaster and Lime RATES I

For Three Day ___________50c
For Six Days _______________75e
For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
This rate applies on all ads ol
I 172
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains Phone 72
than 25 words the
I will be more one cent per word rate for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7,8Dais ,-

each additional word, for each in & McNeill Block
I sertion.If .
YPU can't bring your ad to
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE
I Every Man has use for a Phone 161 .
Sentinel Want Ad.
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
FOR SALE Room 4-!

FOR SALE-One choice Poland China Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I ri boar and some nice gelts. T. J. F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
Wilson, Box 28, Route 1. 9-17-3t
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; 37
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.

; What's the Matter With the \ 6-9-tf i'
: }

Hot WaterWhat RENT-Splendid office in the DENTIST
Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, & SALLAS
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How agent. 9-15-tfc Phone 716
FOR RENT-Fuller residence, fur- -
room. nished; Lucerne Circle; for season. Phone 597.
You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent. Bldg
home be any less modern and complete? 9-15-tfe

A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA FOR RENT Nicely furnished roomsat L. Percival Hutton
COG; East Church street; cheap
water heater will of hot water I rate to permanent parties; no children SURVEYING
circulating or instantaneous gas assure you 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
all the year 'round-independent of janitors, hotel clerks or jour own fur- .,,"ti. taken. 9-17-tfc
race. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot water- Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
I I it's on tap--when you do not need it, there's no expense. (! II I) FOR RENT-By the season, month,
I We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various types ,1 or year, one upstairs flat for light McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,
also other and PROMPT AND ACCURATE
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? 'Cooo.- I housekeeping; rooms
and bath in
garage, electric lights WORK Florida.
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd a\e.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO 9-10-tfc YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

an outside service depart- Engineer
GAS DEPARTMENT ment and is prepared to give you / _'" \:4.f.2-"
prompt attention. We have a compe- 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
tent man who will fit keys, repair
your trunk, or do anything in the re- .oJ' \
,..<.<.c '- J '-... pair line. He is ready to go at your. Phone 72 '
f w v. .' ... ".!; ..."r.'WI_ "_ .l 9-12-lmoc call now. Just phone 304.; i,

PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL

mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.: ; Wake- OPTOMETRIST
'. ...... ..: .......- field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO
25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- I(I
-- endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry I,: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENS!;'
land banana plants, 10c. to 25c. each. 'Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
: Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida.
-M- illt* [ ] 118119"191"1 I'I'
I r
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and I '

work, repairs on your house, sleep ARCADEDEPOT FOR
ing porch, screens, etc., call at Tracy's
Carpenter Shop, 18 East St.
9-12-Gt Caruthers FlowersLeave
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers MILK
orders here
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired your
I ; anything in the repair line is
our line. Just phone 304, Young's

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9-12-lmoc will call Violet Dell Florist.

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest NOTICE ..

We are offering some rare bargainsin
prices :: :: :: :: groceries. Buy where your dollar BUTTER MILK Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
Medium Snowdrift _____________40c. Fresh Every Day.
Crisco ________________________40c. 5c. per glass
Good pastry flour, 12 Ibs for45c.
The rainy season is the best time to set Mixed spices _____________half price 25c. per gallon II
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep CREAM AND MILK CLPHONE BASS
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
one year's growth in advance of trees [set hour, 12 miles'for 30c. 8-28-tfc I 375

: Fresh Homemade' I West Jefferson Street
next fall. 'I You'll hear a man say "No, it
: doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals SANDWICHESARCADEMILK Successor to
-- -- ---- "
I to too small a class of people.
:4 And yet when the same man loses I Hand Wood CompanyWood

: Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest i\ : 'I his bunch of keys he rushes to the I
j newspaper with a "Lost" ad, al- of All Kinds
prices, to the above address ;, : though, he knows that in the whole DEPOT PROMPT SERVICE
i ji : [wide world there is only one person
: who can possibly be influenced by his REASONABLE PRICE
tMiiiiiiiiiMtiiitiiHitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMii ittittiitiiit "Lost", ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
_____ ___
---- ------- ------- -- ---- - - --- nu ----- ------ -

I I Charley Chaplin's Comic Capers He's Copyright,1915 Home, by 4ey-Handy at Syndicate.Last I I

GET YOU JU M P/ I'n p N tY
I r'1 E FOZDNrR "-
rh GE

_ O h '
1 \ 1
.J 0 } f/

. /; h F,
1iSi ,--- \
r -c ..
:' \ a.y..o

: \ / '1:- : T;_ I \\ \IIIIIIIII I) Bull( I if'i( // ), 9' s

1 J r .


I -

1\ Nli t 111i. yr?, e-her. 'S'


' .- -

-- -- -- -- --- ---- --

HUSBAND Do I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
I estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
While David Ken- Vienna he has
Scottdale, Sept. 17.Although over 30 years. Have handled over
London.-On the remarkable charge nedy was conducting family prayers only one hand, Franz Josef Lech- KnowiThat 20000000. Call and see me.
of impersonating her husband to a Saturday night Miss Josephine Ken- kirchner, a young farmer from the You 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

woman whose spouse had gone to nedy his daughter, aged sixteen, aided Ziller valley in the Tyrol, is at the

Gallipoli to fight, a man has just been and abetted by her mother, slipped Austrian front on the Isonzo and he SLAUGHTER SALE

locked up in jail here. from her home and with Frank Stell- has the reputation of being one of Since Buy few your wall paper cheap for for the Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
to Cum- the best shots of the of the dual days. Making room our
The woman, Mrs. Herbert Dandy, tano, of Waynesburg, eloped army new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
told the court the prisoner started berland, Md., where they were mar- monarchy.Last I Store Court streew Phone 67.

crying when he arrived and said: "I ried.The fall the strapping mountaineer. TheModelCafe 9-5-tfc.
am pleased to get home to my wife father had looked with disfavor was sent to Galicia to fight against'
and children." on the match and the young the Russians. lie distinguished him- HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

She answered: "Oh, how you have couple were frustrated in every attempt self by his bravery and was promoted, ,I has been open nearly three A. B. Cook & Co.
made to elope. Fridaynight but in May a bullet shattered his
altered. they ON WEST PINE RtET, JUST
it has not been closed
He said he had been wounded and the mother succeeded in getting I right hand so that part of it had to years Christ Building, Orlando.
to the be amputated. When he left the hospital for one moment, day or night.
ain 72 hours in the open<< without help her daughter's luggage ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
and that his mind was a blank about station and on Saturday sent the lov- he was discharged and sent That in that time it has fed

many things in his life. lIe lived ers off successfully.FOR home. Four weeks later he reportedfor 309,000 people. INVESTMENTS, LOANS

with her two weeks, greeting all her I .. duty. .again- .and insisted that he be STOCKS AND
relatives and those of her husband affectionately FOOTBALL PLAYERSFor allowed to tight. That it has paid local dealers
but beganto Shortly after his arrival on the Phone 204
many persons over 45000. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
talk about the matter. Italian[ front he climbed to the top of
hardening his men and putting That it never buys anything
Soldiers returned from Gallipolisaid one of the Dolomite mountains knownto
in court the man undoubtedlywas them in condition for scrimmagework be in the possession of the enemy. outside that can be bought in I
the coach of the Carlisle football -
not Sergeant Dandy, the wo He surprised an Italian patrol and Orlando. "Go thou and do like-
man's husband. team has devised a work-out apparatus killed six men. For this he was rewarded "
which not only serves to wise. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
with the military cross and
WATERING CATTLE BEFORE strengthen the shoulder, back and promoted to the rank of first ser- That when you get a meal
thigh muscles of a player but also
SELLING THEMIn geant. there, be it one of their regular25c. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
tends to develop and drill him for line
Mechanics. Its meals or a more elaborateone
positions, says Popular ATROCITY STORY EXPLODED
the current issue of Farm and
made of heavy timbers, has a sled- or a 15c. special, you always
Fireside appears an editorial calling Berlin, Sept. 17.-The Petrograd Values Low Prices
like base, and on the front side is pro- get money's worth.
attention to the fact that there is too "Novoe Vremya" several weeks ago
vided with seven heavily padded upright I IGEO.
much guesswork in grading cattle. published a sensational' story of an COMPARE
planks. The weight of the device -
Weight of cattle is guessed at by alleged German atrocity. It reportedthat
amounts to a little more than
buyers. A much better plan would be a fourteen year old boy, Ta- OUR FURNITUREWe
1,000 pounds, or approximately the '
to have them paid for on the basis of deusz Ustarbek had been tied to a BANSCUBACU'
equivalent of that of seven average {
dressed weight. Following is an ex- tree and shot by German soldiers at .
players. provide the quality of furniture that has been
tract from the editorial: Lenczyca in Poland, because he tried long ac-
I cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
"There is too much guesswork in to smuggle letters to Russian prisoners. Cabinet MakerDoors
CROWN PRINCE'S SMILE an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. '
marketing cattle. The execution of the boy causeda
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
"It is the custom of most shippersto sanguinary mutiny among the pris-
stones of this business, and that means much to buyer.
water their cattle before weighing. Northern France.-It is learned oners, the paper continued, and the Screens, Porch Swings, any

Cattle are weighed with 50 or 60 that the German crown prince receives father of the boy was sentenced to Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
pounds of water each inside of them. regular and liberal supplies of ten years hard labor.
The man who does not 'swell' his the London and Paris illustrated dai- The German military authorities Folding Card Tables, Cedar McNEILl! & DAVIS BLOCK

stock in this manner loses the 50 or lies and weeklies, and takes the keen- promptly started an investigation, Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-

CO pounds each, for the buyers as- est interest in everything pertainingto with the result that the whole story tals, etc. Also Repair Work. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaI11111111I1111111111II11I1111I1111111111111111111111I

sume that the 'swelling has taken himself. was branded as a pure "fake." Mayor All Work Guaranteed

place. One picture, representing him with Koppel and twelve citizens of Lenc I

"This: is another case of guesswork, a serious expression of countenance, zyca have declared under oath that no 12 E. Church St. Phone 447 ;
and the shipper loses of course. Why and with the remark appended, family by the name of Ustarek ever

not? As long as the buyers have to What has become of his smile?" is lived in the town, that not a single I ,t
guess they guess on a safe basis for said to have evoked from the prince, person has been arrested or shot since i i

themsel:". l..i;,ody would." who was showing the picture to an the Germans took possession of the I

officer of his staff, the comment" "I place and that the only prisoners seen fORD TIRESFront [ Big Grocery Sale j !
DEMONSTRATORS ORDERED TO think I am better without it. there were about a hundred Cossacksand

GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Tartars who passed through on a
London.-The Fabre Line steamer railroad train which did not stop at

Washington, D. C.-The department Sant' Anna has arrived at St. )Ii- the station.St. $6.7
of agriculture has ordered every chaels, Azores, according to a dis- Sweet Potatoes

available cotton demonstration worker patch to Lloyds. The fire in No. 2 Augustine, Fla.-Work on the
into southeastern Georgia and hold has been extinguished. The two new buildings for the school for Rear $8.25
Florida to aid in halting an advanceof Sant' Anna transferred 605 passen- the deaf and blind has commenced, Special Sale for Saturday *\ 5 PK

the Mexican boll weevil, which has gers to the Italian steamer Ancona masons being engaged on the founda- GOODEN JACKSON AND j':I C. ..

brought the___ pest to the edge.1. ' sea island cotton territory.The : ,.-
wind attending the Galveston
storm of a few weeks ago is blamed MtMtMIM llliilillitilllitiHiMMMMIIilMIMIIMillllMmHMtlliMMI Many Other Special Grocery Bar- :,:- ,
for the advance.
surprising Coming
just at the beginning of the migration gains during this great Sale ::

period, the storm carried the weevil ,.
from Alabama, seventy-five miles into ,

Georgia, in a few days. Ordinarilythe "Oakland Six"A : Come! To This Sale Come! ::: '

average is from thirty-five to ,, '..
fifty miles a year. '.

For years efforts have been madeto : :. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS ::

save sea island from the ravagesof STUDY of the specifications while convincingto .. '..
the weevil. The low lands are '

rcognized as an ideal location for the the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan '.
weevils to hibernate. Our Grocery Company ;
approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can j :.

Advertise in the Morning Sentinel be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learn- 1-, Two Phones: 3 and 200 ::
of its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a I,

close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in I, 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. ?('

Harness Makingand this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat .-

a surprisingly low cost. MMMIMIIMIIItllllitllltllllliiaiiliMtMllliaiilfCAREY
The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

will give enduring service.
All kinds of leather repairing, suchas

Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric SystemNo II i I HAND .
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
is complete to day without standard ,
Books Auto Cushions and also The Oakland Six will seat five passengers car a
comfortably without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system.
get your scissors sharpened. compartment has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
23; West Church Street, in Hopkins cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is chargedby AND EMBALMER (
Shoe Shop. ing real comfort to the passanprers. The trim- the generator.
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA
W. A. Boston The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith
light weight is exemplified in this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis All calls answered Promptly Dayor
9-16-12t* model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The Night. Hand Block.
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
tire length without overhang, giving it a firm, I
Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction Orlando Florida.I
$1.25 eliminates the unsightly side apron usually -
The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board.
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive .
Six should have, and is very responsive to the
TAMPAAND throttle. The driving power is apnlied to the rear
axle and wheels without shock or jar, the
Low Center of Gravity rear cushion. This
springs acting as a construction -
RETURNThursday Like all Oakland models, the weight of this saves wear and tear on tires from slipping, .
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
Sept. 23 and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This AUTOYASIIING\ STATION
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
VIA Left hand drive with center controL Gear
shifting lever of the ball and socket
Vacuum Gasoline System type.
Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake THE PLACE THAT I'AKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
Atlantic Coast line The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is ab- drums. Horn button in center of steering
solutely automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top with clamps to windshield with- REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
Standard Railroad of leaky pressure lines. Positive even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in Known as "The Handy Man."
the South
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top.: Oil sight feed on instrument board.
all grades. Increases the mileage to a ,gallonof : Ignition and lighting buttons looked with a
gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at tae rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run-
Train of the car where it belongs. ning boards. r WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
Special :I
chine parts. Work guaranteed.

Leaves Orlando 7.43 a.m. i $795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ.B.MaruderJr.Distrihutor GASOLINE AND OIL

Tickets limited date of sale and

good on special train only. I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

For Information Call on

W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

W. U. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

Orlando lltMtMttMilMMIItlillMMMtllliimMMMIIiliMlinitMIIMIililMMMMy

a (

J 1 -

< Af
FAMOUS G. .\. R. MARCH TO BE Marine band. of War Garrison, Secretary of the

r REPEATED FIFTY YEARS Sons of Veterans (official escort) Navy Daniels, and Senator Chamber
AFTERWARDSWashington will form on the capitol grounds, on lain, chairman of the senate committee -
the first path north of the Peace mon- on military affairs, will be among GROCERY BARGAINS !
ument.U. the prominent speakers.
Sept. 18.-At the close
S. Grant Post, Brooklyn, the
of the civil war the veterans gathered honorary escort, will form on the THREE GENERATIONS AT THE

in Washington for a grand re- north road, capitol grounds.Commanderinchief FRONT
view. For two days the men who had i and national

saved the Union marched past the i officers (mounted) and past com- Berlin.-A Saxon family, accordingto We had such success in our last Great Grocery Sale that we
president with banners waving, an manders-in-chief will form on 1st the Dresdener Anzeiger, enjoys the
impressive demonstration;; of the street, between Pennsylvania avenue unique distinction of having three decided to hold another.
sword whic.was soon to be beaten and B street, right on Pennsylvania generations at the front. When the
into the pldx hshare. avenue. war broke out Privy Councillor Kloetzer -
Just fifty years after that historic Chief of staff and aids-de-camp will a mining engineer of Bockwa, Beginning Friday Sept. 17thAnd
event the survivors of the parade Corm on 1st street between B street near Zwickau, and a veteran of the ,
will assemble here to repeat their and Indiana avenue, right resting on Franco-Prussian war of 1870-71, offered -
glorious march. On September 29, a past commanderinchief.The his services to the military authorities Lasting Until Tuesday Night Sept 21st
week from next Wednesday, Presi- veteran signal corps, which although he had just celebrated ,
dent Wilson will take his place in the was the eyes and ears of the army I his 67th birthday. He was not
reviewing stand to be erected in front during the civil war, has requested a accepted, but later he volunteered 4 Four of
of the White House and watch the place at the head of the G. A. R. column again and finally convinced the recruiting Days Grocery Bargains 4
veterans of the Grand Army of the and expects to have ninety men officials that despite his ad-
in line. vanced he is almost
years as vigorousas
Republic sweep past The various departments will marchin he was 45 when We want your trade and \\eare going after it.Ve give you the best Groceries at the cheapest
Many of them are too old and fee years ago as a
ble to walk and for these carriagesand the order of seniority, except that young lieutenant he won the iron prices when quality is considered. Everything clean and sanitary at Our Grocery, and we want you
automobiles will be provided, buta !the department of the Potomac, cross on the battlefield.' to make it Your Grocery. Courteous Clerks. Prompt Service, Quick Delh"eQTwo Phones, 3 and
goodly proportion of the 30,000 are ,which would according to this rule When Field Marshal von Mackensen 200.
come fourteenth in line, will marchin commenced his great drive in Ga-
still hale and hearty enough to keep a
military formation.The the rear, being hosts of the occa- licia early in May, the old mining en- WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
parade will be the chief event sion. This rule was adopted following gineer went to the front. He was
of the forty-ninth annual encamp- the reunion in Columbus, Ohio, made captain of a landstrum company -
ment of the Grand Army of the Re- when the local department turned out and has now been promoted to I Here are some of the Bargains offer I
/ public, which will be held here from in such large numbers that the rest the rank of major. At the same time

September 27 to October 3. As the of the paraders were scarcely noticed.So he received the iron cross of the Sax- Orange Blossom Honey, per comb 20:: Sweet Corn, 3 cans for ----______25c Finnan Haddie, glass -- ___SOc
concluding feature President Wilson here in Washington all the visitors on Albrecht order. The son of this 3 combs for ________________50c Country Gentleman Corn, lOc. and 15c i! !Mince\ :Meat, 75c size for------___50c
will lay the cornerstone of the Arlington will be seen first and then the department old hero is captain of the eighteenth :Mallow Icing _--------__--___--20c Sweet Wrinkled Peas, per clnulOc -----
memorial amphitheatre. of the Potomac will paradeits regiment of Uhlans, and the grandson Maraschino Cherries, per bottle __10" Apple Butter, per can --________lOc Olive Oil, $1.00 size for ------___Soc
The families, friends and allied or- 700 or 800 veterans. a young lieutenant, serves with Olives, per bottle ______________lOc Huckleberries, Blackbei ries, Cheri I'i Toilet Paper, 6 rolls for --____.25c
t I ganizations who will accompany the The order in line is as follows: Illinois the thirty-second reserve artillery.Son Pickles, per bottle ______________lOc ries, glass jars. 75c. for___ &Jc' Toilet Paper, lOc size, 4 rolls for 25c
30,000 veterans here will bring the Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and grandson have also been dec- Catsup, lOc. 3 bottles for ________25c :Matches, 25c. package for ___u__20c I Lenox Soap, 7 bars for -_______:'J5c
total number of visitors in the National New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts orated with the iron cross for their Catsup, 25 cent size ____________19c Ginger Ale, _______lie. 12c. and 25c Domino Sugar, 25c.; size for ______SOc
Capital during encampmentweek New Jersey, Maine, California, conspicuous bravery. Green Tomato Pickles. 35c size _20c Ready-m Soups ____-__3 for 25e I Domino Sugar, 50c. size for _____40c
close to 100,000. Nevada, Rhode Island, New Hampshire Salad Dressing, 3 bottles for __ _25c Van C imps Soup ____ -.3 for :Loc Coffee, per !Ib. --------_________15c
Among the organizations allied > Vermont, Virginia, North Carolina TWO BOYS CAUGHT WOLF Wright's Salad Dressing, 35c. Tuna Fish, per can _____________lOc | Coffee per lb. --_______________-2l with the Grand Army which will Maryland, Nebraska, Michigan, size for ____________________20c Beef Steak and: Onions _________20c I Aurora Coffee, cans __________ 2oc
gather here during the week are the Iowa, Indiana, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas City, Mo.-Cecil Lattimer, Green Seal Dressng bottles for 25c Imported Lentils _______________lOc [ Extracts, 25c.; size ______________15c
Woman's Relief Corps, the Ladies of Kansas, Delaware, Minnesota, Missouri I twelve years old, and his brother, Peaches, Apricots and Pears, can_20c Crabs per can __________________25c I( Extracts, 3 bottles for _________25c
the G. A. R., the Sons of Veterans, Oregon, Kentucky, West Vir- :James Edgar, ten years old, sons of Asparagus Tips, per can ________15c Hamburger Steak, per can ______20c I Bacon, glass jars _____________SOc
the Sons of Veterans Auxiliary ginia, South Dakota, Washington, I J. J. Lattimer of Independence, took
Daughters of Veterans, the Loyal Legion -; Alaska, Arkansas, New Mexico, Utah, a wolf scalp to the county clerk's of- Special Prices on Brooms. Best Hams at ISc. a lb. Finest Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for 100.
the Medal of Honor Legion, the Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, fice in that city recently and claimed
Volunteer Officers Association, the Florida, Montana, Texas, Idaho, Arizona the bounty of $3. OUR SPECIALS
Naval Veterans, Ex-Prisoners of War, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama The boys said they captured the
the Society of the Army of the Poto- North Dakota, Oklahoma, Indian wolf Saturday on the Frazier farm, WITH EVERY 3.00 ORDER GIVEN IN DURING THIS SALE WE WILL GIVE TWO LBS.
mac, the Society of the Army of the Territory, and the Potomac. southeast of Independence. When OF COFFEE ABSOLUTELY FREE.
Cumberland, the Society of the Armyof The parade will be massed north of they saw it, it ran into a hollow log.
the Ohio. Pennsylvania avenue between 4th They procured a gunny sack and tied WITH EVERY $10.00 ORDER WE WILL SELL YOU 25 LBS. OF BEST GRANULATED.

One of the features of the encamp street, New Jersey avenue and F over the opening of the log, and then SUGAR FOR 110.
street. The largest number will be scared the wolf
ment is expected to be a reunion of out into the sack.
the surviving great Union leaders of around Judiciary Square. Remember this Sale only lasts FOUR DAYS. Come early and get first choice
th civil war. This encampment The medical committee, of which PENNY IS A CANDIDATE FOR
doubtless will be the last one at the Dr. Lewis J. Battle is chairman, has STATE'S ATTORNEYNew OUR STORE YOUR STORE
National selected a site for a field hospital in
Capital, because of the ad-
vanced years of the veterans, and the White lot. He has been allotted Smyrna, Fla.-Hon. A. D.
special efforts are being made by the three rooms in the southeast corneron Penny, of Fort Pierce, announces that
committee on arrangements to get the first floor of the Emery (old he will be a candidate for state's at-
these leaders here. Among these are census) building, and these rooms torney for the seventh judicial cir- Our
the two living .corps commanders, will be in charge of a physician and cuit at the request of members of the Grocery CompanyPhones
r Gen. James II. Wilson, of Wilmington Red Cross nurses during the entire bar of Volusia, Brevard and St. Lucie
Delaware term of the encampment.The counties. The office is now held by
and Gen. Granville M.
Dodge, of Council Bluff, Iowa. war department is cooperating Joseph Jones, of Orlando, who suc- 3 and 200. 6 and 8 E. Pine St.
Surviving division commanders in- with the entertainment committee ceeded by appointment of the gover-
clude Gen. Adelbert Ames, of Mississippi in providing events for the vet- nor to the vacancy caused by the res-
; Gen. D. McM.: Gregg, of Penn- erans and has arranged for cavalry ignation of lIon. Cary D. Landis, of
drills I by troops from Fort Myer on DeLand.
sylvania; Gen. Lewis A. Grant, of
the grounds to the rear of the White
Minnesota; Gen. J. Warren Keifer, of
Ohio, former speaker of the house of i louse. Subscribe for the morning Sentinel. R 1A
representatives and a veteran of the Secretary of the Navy Daniels also 10 cents a week delivered.RACKARD'S .
has ordered torpedo boats and other
Spanish-American war as well as of
the civil war, and Brig. Gen. John T. light draft craft that can come up the
Wilder, of Tennessee.The Potomac river, here for inspection by PRESSING CLUB
grand review probably will last the veterans. Hydroplane and aero-
ilane* flights also will be made Located in the
from three to three and one-half' and Arcade BuildingAll
ft hours instead of the two days of '65, other features provided to illustrate work guaranteed and neat-
showing to what extent the "Grim the progress in warfare and implements ly done. Our work is the best
Reaper" has thinned out the lines of of warfare since the Boys in and our prices are the lowest. i
the Blue laid down their arms fifty years This is the
veterans in the last half century. place to have your
Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. A., retired ago.Formal old clothes made new.
has been selected as grand invitations to the Confed-
marshal of the procession and the erate Veterans organizations to at- Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. l

war and navy departments have des- tend the encampment have been issued Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. .
as was done at the
ignated an officer to act as militaryand Gettysburg Suit pressed ---------___40c.
naval aide respectively, to the encampment two years ago. This is a All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

grand marshal. pretty courtesy to the men who wore pressed ______50c A
------ Mail
the Message By
David J. Palmer, of Des Moines, Grey.A :Mohair suits pressed --____25c. or
conference of the National Defense -
commander-in-chief of the
Grand Army, will lead the veterans I League will follow immediatelyafter We do ladies' work also. Giveus
and, the officers will be escorted by the encampment. Many of the a trial and be convinced. By Telephone Which ?
the Sons of Veterans. The old sol- old veterans are allied with this Clothes called for and delivered. ,
ganization and will remain over or-I i
diers will march in line according to
take in the
part sessions.
the department to which they belong. 613.
Illinois, where the first departmentwas "Every letter written in a business
organized, will have the honor
place. In the procession also will be house costs somewhere between twenty and
Beds Beds !
detachments of regular troops, cav- Beds !
alry and infantry, and marines and fifty cents. The stamp is the smallest item.

sailors from the battleships.A In Bright New Patterns time all I
Court of Honor is to be erectedin stenographer's bring I

front of the White House, and the actual cost of letter higher than
President Wilson, members of his a most !
cabinet and other dignitaries will review I
the procession from it. people ImagIne. Jas. // Collins. !

All of the retired officers of the I

army and the navy, who served in the It is more Economical to TelephoneNot i
war of the rebellion, have been invited -
to ride with Gen. Miles at the

head of the cavalcade of mounted cit- (, only does it actually cost less to telephone your messagebut
i/enV escort. There are three lieutenant -
generals on the retired list of you reach :your man instantly, talk over your business personally -

the army, and this grade will expire and get an immediate reply. f fI
with them. These are Gen. Miles,
(;en. John C. Bates, and Gen. S. M. B. Now Is The I

Soldiers'"Vountr who Home.is now governor of the Timeto Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station. I,

The route of the parade chosen by select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.
the G. A. R. officers is, from the

Peace monument and past ,the down White Pennsylvaniaavenue House. Our surprising stock is full low of prices.bright A new call patterns will convince to choose you. fromat / SOUTHERN U { N BELL Z4 ? TEL & TEL CO

The plans for the order of the pa- .
rade are as follows:
Platoon of police.
Grand marshal.

Citizens' committee and aids format OSCAR HAND & SON
monument. --
Army and navy (regular) on :Maryland -
avenue, left of the monument. Complete

I. __ .... ..... .. "'... _' -u.J.. -'- -..-'" -_ ___._-._



-- -

LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' Mllilllilllllllllllll

Mr. W. M. Keene left yesterday
morning for Enterprise where he will
spend a few days.

Deposit your Savings: Checks and
in Panamaand let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

everywhere on American territory, is s.rapIISsd by "A.B.A." /ou. 8-12-tf FOR EVERY
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Mrs. J. K. Bonfidd left yesterday
accepted like where check draft would
currency by strangers a or
afternoon for Tampa where she will
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare ,t-
..U-J ntiFyinl. We recommend them to all who travel, for visit relatives and friends for sev-
business or pleasure. eral days. $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER"
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

18-18-tf YOU SPEND

Messrs. George Kern and A. Smith,
well known residents of the Fairvilla

section, transacted business at the .
county seat yesterday.How .

much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf

Mrs. M. O. Doveil and son, Master
Junius, who have been spending the
summer at Franklin, N. C., returnedto
R 4, Orlando yesterday afternoon. $10 A YEAR

9L7jj14 Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

18-21-tf I

C. II. Jones, Miss Katherine Jones,
Mrs. L. II. Manning, and Mr. Arthur

==--1; Henry yesterday King were Ford, coming in limited.Orlando over from in Mr.Zellwood Jones' IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{ i (

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

Mr. L. W. Barlow arrived in Or- -
lando yesterday afternoon from To-

ronto, Canada, and expects to spend
several days visiting his sister-in-law' The Peoples National Bank
:Mrs. T. H. Barlow, and family.Mr. .

and Mrs. Joseph :Mizell: and

daughter, Miss Ora, stopped over in
Orlando yesterday afternoon en route
Spring Water from Asheville, N. C., to Tampa to
visit relatives and friends in Conway. \

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. MlllllimmilMHtmtMIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMIHMMII I It 11111 11111 11111 III I' III'
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Warner and

TKY Better TRY daughters, Misses Theresa and Mary,
and Miss Glenn Holland, who have
been spending the week-end at Day-
tona Beach, will return home today,

I coming by auto. II STUDEBAKER 1916 Models jj

Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf

Mr. and Mrs.\ S. Preston Carpenter Just ArrivedTo

returned last evening from Salem,
N. J., their former home, where they
spent the summer, to their pretty

.. ner home of near South Lake Lake Cherokee and Elliott on the streets.cor- examine and ride in them will convince you

Deposit your Savings Checks and : ; that these cars are the best automobile values yet

let them earn 4 per cent. interest for ,
you. 8-12-U : :

Mr. II. F. Boetticher left last nighton

the 12:30 train for Huron, Ohio,
to join Mrs. Boetticher, who has been
LOAD spending all summer in the Buckeye

Touring Cars State.middle home on of They Colonial October.expect to Drive return about to their the 11 San Juan Garage Company | |

Orlando Daytona
Mr. E. C. Bence, the valuable and -

up to date advertising manager of
$482.00 Delivered the ell-Duckworth Company'sstore DISTRIBUTORS

and who also has charge of the

dry goods department, is enjoying a .
. F. G. RUSH well earned vacation which he is
spending with Mrs.\ Bence and their ..II.I..IJ'l'J.111111111\11111111.1111111,11111111.111.1'.1 . .. .11.
32 East Church Street Phone 226 daughter, Miss Esther, in a summer

cottage near Rock Lake. '


Judge James W. Perkins this week

granted an interlocutory decree allowing ANSWER NO. 2 ...
I r..n..n .wpa yr r r.MP f 'r.er -
Mrs. Ora Sparkman tempo- Your estate be materially impaired as a
-- - -- ------- may
rary alimony of $10 per week to be direct result of the appointment of an executoror
....11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IT paid each Monday by her husband, trustee. .
H. C. Sparkman, until further ordersof
IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress the court. The decree also provided When an individual is appointed .,
correctly. that Mr. Sparkman pay to1.. The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It YX y y
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into G. Rowe, Esq., attorney for Mrs. is usually provided in wills that the person
society." Sparkman, attorney fees of $100. It nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will is announced that Mr. Sparkman will from giving bonds.
make yourself attractive or repulsive at wilL take an appeal from the interlocutory
bonds it is at the expense -
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe decree.-Daytona Gazette News. When surety are supplied
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of of the estate, and then only partial secu-

gentility. rity against loss is provided.
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each CARD OF THANKS
When Trust is selected
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No .. a Company
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings "esh to extend our sincere The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
exactly alike.If Doctors McEwan, Edwards,
nurses, Sunday school is secured.A 'kd
class Boy
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If Scouts, Rebekahs
and Royal Neighbors NI NIA NIr
you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you and Ladies' Aid Society, and all bond which has behind it the entire financial
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans other friends for their kindness and strength of the Institution is always filed with
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come the many floral tributes in our late the Probate Court tit ftn .-.* to the estate.
in and be sociable. bereavement.MR. i
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. AND MRS. GEO. A. BARKERand Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue _
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and family.AT of this newspaper. .rP
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell
Work, anything artistic. JOYLAND TODAY
Original designing done for special platinum work. Come in any time and freely ask for further
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible "Hopan'a Aristocratic Dream" a information on this vitally important subject.
prices. two reel Keystone comedy, will be You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
presented at Joyland today. This
features Hogan and the bath. It's a glad to advise.
scream. Everybody should see this
picture and have a good 'laugh itc
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctorsBuekiiiaster

& Bnindage Orlando Florida

JE'WELERM..I.I.III.I.I..IIIIIIIIII.IIII.II.I..I.II.I.I Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.0040MeiMillMIIMMMMMMIillillltllmMCHiMIIIM
at Kirksville, Mo.
I 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 578. ( i 111111111"1111"11Travel


..,.a ,'\