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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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LOSSES ARE SUSTAINED ROLLINS COLLEGE ENTERS OCTOBER 3 IS I S FLORIDA'S
BY TEUTONS IN CARRANZA HAS CEYLON STATE A TERRIFIC

.LAST FEW DAYS UPON 31ST YEARYESTERDAY : FIRST "GO TO SUNDAY


'THOTIG]mil S T CONTINUES NO CHANCE OFARECOGNITION A OFARIOTANDREVOLUTION A SCHOOL" DAY I: TROPICAl



:Bulgaria May Jump at Serbia's !
KEYNOTE OF ADDRESSESWAS i GOY TRAMMELL HAS IS
Throat in Next 15 Days,
CHRISTIAN SUED PROCLAMATIONFOR
Says Dispatch From EDUCATION OBSERVANCE HURRICANE

Athens 'UNLESS THERE IS MARKED BERLIN MAKES REPORT

CHANGE SOON ALONG lion. \V. R. O'Neal Presided and THAT ISLAND IS IN Increased Attendance Lookedfor
Paris, Sept. 29.-German casualties Touched Upon Subject of at the Orlando Sunday -
in the recent offensive of the French RIO GRANDE REBELLION I NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE
New President to Suc- Schools on
'and JJritish, including killed, woundedand ceed Dr. Blackman"Who That Day SHUT OFF FROM OUT-

prisoners, were given officially bythe CARRANZA'S ACTIONS MYSTIFYING TEAPIMATIOJSARE DESTROYED SIDE WORLD

'Trench war office today as in excess is to be president of Rollins The Florida Sunday School Asso-

of the strength of three army Allows Raiders to Terrorize the College" was a question advancedby Rioting in the Streets-Two ciation has set aside Sunday, Octo-
]75 5 MilES AN HOUR WINO RAGES
(more than 120,000 men). Hon. W. R. O'Neal, secretary and I ber 3, as Florida "Go to Sunday
corps
Frontier-U. S. May Soon treasurer of that institution as he Millions Damage-3lany School Day."
There is interruption of the '
no Take Offensive the presided at the opening exercises This is the first definite movement
on Persons Arrestedand :McComb Miss., Reports That
fighting in Champagne. which formally ushered in the thirty- looking toward a systematic increasein
Progress of the French in the Texas Border first year of Rollins College at Win- Shot Sunday school attendance throughout Illinois Central Tracks Are

Artois region, northwestern France, ter Park, the oldest institution of the state. This special day is Washed Away-Big
continues. Washington, Sept.29.-Unless thereis learning in Florida. Mr. O'Neal did Berlin, via Tuckerton, N. J., Sept. for all denominations.

,North_ of Massiges, the war office a marked change for the better not give a definite answer as to who .-The Trans-Ocean News Bureau Available statistics show that there Loss Is Feared

saps, 1,000 Germans surrendered. along the Rio Grande it is believedby would be the next president of the reports that according to private ad- are approximately 80,000 white peo- !
Jackson Miss. : Telegraphic
Sept.
k many officials in the administration college but he intimated that "a great vices from Ceylon the whole island ple enrolled upon the Sunday school and train connection betweenthe
Paris, Sept. 29.-The Athens corre. campaign is on and Rollins will havea books of all denominations. This I
that the Carranza governmentwill has been in a state of rebellion since central Mississippi and south Mississippi -
spondent of the Havas News Agenry part in it." "The trustees," he said, means that only one in ten attend !
not be and New Orleans hue
recognized. points
says it is now expected that Bulgariawill "have received many applications." June. the Sunday sessions. For the pur- i
begin an attack on Serbia within Why the Carranzistas permit bandsto Of equal interest was the attention Two thousand persons are reportedto pose of creating go to Sunday school I been cut off by a tropical hurricane

,fifteen days. raid American territory and openly given to the question of Christian ed have been shot and all the tea sentiment and producing a go to Sun-j which swept New Orleans and a wide

Plans for the campaign are now be- assume a threatening attitude on ucation. Every speaker referred to plantations destroyed at Colombo, and day school environment in every area in south Mississippi and Louis-
iana late
ing drawn up by the Bulgarian general the Mexican side within shooting dis- education as based upon a deep sense county, city, hamlet and village, the today.
it is asserted that there has been a New Orleans and Mobile
tance of American and cities are prac-
staff, the correspondent says, towns of religion. And in referring to the Florida Sunday School Association
with the assistance of numerous German without attempting to suppress themis question of RoHins next president, terrific struggle on the streets. selected October 3 as an appropriatetime tically shut off from the world. It is j

officers who have arrived in mystifying to administration offi- Mr. O'Neal said that for twenty years Shops have been ransacked, and for a united effort of the entire stated by wireless sent out by the
steamer Creole, in the waters of the
Sofia. cials. the state universities had been fore- damage to the extent of $2,000,000has forces of the Florida schools. '
Bulgarian officers say no attack There is a possibility it may not be most but that now the Christian col- resulted. Governor Park Trammell has issued lower Mississippi, that Lake Ponchar-
Because of these
disturbances train has the walL The 1
wise to recognize a man as head of swept over
will be made on Greece. leges were getting together in the a special proclamation calling
1,800 persons have been arrested wireless also stated that bodies had
the government of Mexico who can
cause of education, and that money upon people everywhere to attend
not put an end to the bands of raid- and sixty shot. been seen floating in the river.
Conflicting Statements sufficient to combat the state univer- Sunday school on that day. In do-
.r,...a.. ..Paris Sept 29.-A dispatch from ers encamped openly and with a show sities was forthcoming.While ing this he is following the customset In Bay St. Louis, Miss, is is stated
Sofia says the cabinet headed by of military organization at the very the trustees are considering STOCK MARKET EXCITED by the governors of Kentucky, that water in several parts of the 4
Radoslavoff, has collapsed and that ;feet of the garrison at Matamoras. applications and searching for a suit- Georgia, Mississippi and other states business section is six feet deep, and a

King Ferdinand has asked M. Mali- i This is being seriously discussed in able executive to serve as presidentthe New York, Sept. 29.-The stock exchange where this movement has proved a I that it is impossible to estimate the
'noff,a friend of England, France and :official quarters. affairs of the college will be ably was again the scene of wild wonderful success. Beautifully does damage to either life or property at Ii

Russia, to form a new ministry. This The war department has acceptedthe managed by the efficient dean of the and excited trading with more spec- the governor express the idea in his this hour.
'indicates'that Bulgaria will remain I report of Blocksom as presenting I' faculty, A. D. Enyart. Standing tacular advances in war shares and a proclamation.The .
neutral or join the :.Uies. a situation that will be the cause of squarely behind him and supportinghim reactionary trend in investment is- interest in this special day has 73 Miles Per Hour! i

serious trouble should the band of will be the executive committeeand sues. Dealings in the first hour to- grown wonderfully since the first an- McComb City Miss, Sept. 29.At

PRETTY HOME WEDDING LAST five hundred irregulars now camped the board of trustees.Of talled almost 400,000 shares. nouncement was made a little over a 10 o'clock tonight the wind was blow- i

NIGHT AT EIGHT. O'CLOCK opposite Progreso attack the United interest to all patrons of the The ticker was seven minutes be- month ago. Definite plans for mon- ing 75 miles an hour in this section,
States soldiers or attempt another college is the attendance outlook for hind the actual business on the floor ster rallies have been made in manyof and rain was sweeping over the coun- !

A pretty home wedding was that raid in Texas. this year, which promises to be far and quotations of bonds were delayedin the cities. Both Jacksonville and try in sheets.
of Walter Bradford and Miss Jemima !I I American troops have been equippedwith larger than last year and will come the efforts of the official reporters Tampa Sunday school associationsare The center of the storm is said to i
Fraser which was solemnized at eight field artillery and mountain batteries very close to making a new record. to keep pace with the high pressureof active and each city promises to have reached Baton. Rouge at this
o'clock; last evening by Rev. Edw. Tl: !I and at the slightest sign of Registration went on briskly all day operations. Commission houses have at least 12,500 in its Sunday hour.
Poulson at the home of E. C. Hoskinson II|hostilities a battle with the United yesterday but the dean was not in a again were conspicuous in the buy- schools October 3. Many other cities The track of the main line of the >J
Ridgewood avenue. Only the im- States regulars taking the offensive position to give positive totals. One ing. and towns are planning for similar Illinois Central railroad was washedout j
mediate family and a few intimate I is sure to follow.BIocksom's interesting feature is that the stu- Among the high records of the first increases.The for a distance of two miles and a -i

st friends were present. report states bluntly dents are taking solid courses of hour were Baldwin Locomotive, which Florida State Sunday School As- half between Ruddock and Frenier, j
'( The bride wore a beautiful bridal that the Carranzista troops under study instead of special courses. added 12 1-4 to its previous price of sociation has set the state attendance La., south of here and 32 miles north

veil and her gown was en train. Nafarette, in command at Matamoras Another feature of the exerciseswas 126; and General Motors, 13 to 37;). goal for that day at 100,000. This of New Orleans. :

R( After the ceremony had been per- are either afraid of the banditsor the farewell address deliveredby Elsewhere, in the same group, advances means an increase of 20,000 over the 1
formed a dainty luncheon was served, are in sympathy with them. If it Dr. William F. Blackman, whose of 2 toI points were made. normal attendance. Indications now Fear Great Loss of Life

'after which the happy couple proceeaeJ its I proved that Carranzista forces are term of office expires today, the end United States Steel again was under point to an even greater attendance Galveston, Tex., Sept. 29.According .
to their home, which is located i in collusion with the raiders, Car- of the fiscal year. For thirteen years selling pressure, yielding a point and it will not surprise the leaders of to wireless advices received here 1

north of Orlando. I ranza will receive no consideration Dr. Blackman has been head of Rol- from its best price of the early trad- the movement if 110,000 or even 120- the waters from the gulf have backedup
w_ Mrs. Bradford is a lovable and accomplished !whatever at the coming PanAmerican lins College. Under his guidance and ing.: Many of the high priced railway 000 attend the various schools.of the into sctions of New Orleans andit j

young woman, and has conference, it was stated at the that of Mrs. Blackman, his charming shares fell under yesterday's mini- state. is feared that there will be great.

many friends in Orlando. The groomis I department today. wife, the college has progressed and mums. Go to Sunday school day is for property damage and a probable loss
a prominent winter resident, owning increased in efficiency. There was a every school of every denomination. of life.
handsome home a short distance I KITTY GORDON ASKS $21,000 show of emotion in Dr. Blackman's RINK RACES INTERESTINGThe There are no exceptions. At least
} out in the suburbs.A.TTItACPIYE voice, as he bade farewell to Rollins two denominations are using this
BASEBALL RESULTS
I New York, Sept. 29.-Kitty Gor- College. However, he will continueto Tuesday night races at the same day as rally day. It is most
WINDOW DISPLAYMr. don, the actress, began a suit in the make his residence at Winter Park skating rink were, as usual, well at- fortunate that these special efforts I Federal League
I supreme court yesterday against Oliver while engaging in stock raising and tended. The fifteen lap freeforallrace coincide. It means that in every partof I Brooklyn 6, Buffalo 7.
Pittsburgh 3. Chicago 6.
E. H. Gore manager of Our I Morosco for $24,000 damages forI farming near Sanford.In was captured by Harold Stuart, the state attendance at Sunday St. Louis/ 0, Kansas City 1.
Grocery Company, has been engagedin I I alleged breach of contract. introducing Dr. Blackman, Mr. and the twenty lap race went to school will be a popular bit of conver- National League
the arduous task of decorating'I O'Neal paid him, and Mrs. Blackman James Romer. Both races were fast sation. I New York 1, Brooklyn 2.
theit two large display windows. Two TilE WEATHER (Continued and interesting. (Continued on page 4) Boston 0, Philadelphia 5.
on page 5))
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unique designs, made out of the boxes Chicago 5, Cincinnati 4.

of the Sunshine crackers and cakes, I For Florida: Rain today fresh delight : American League
y ; The October magazines are a -
Washington 10-20, Phila. 2-5.
_ add much to the appearance of the south winds, except east to south PRESIDENT CASTS VOTE! CHICAGO FINANCIERS ACT and entertaining to a degree. I Cleveland 6, Chicago 13.

windows. I gales over extreme northwest portion. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. I Detroit 3, St. Louis 2.Caplinger's .


-j When Wilson Was Asked Occupation Many Individuals Will Partici-
Free President'sAttention Auto Smashed
Sugar Taking By
Answers, "Presi pate in Anglo-French War II

; May Retain Tariff I dent of States"the United LoanUnderwritingBegins S. A. L. Freight Car Yesterday

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I Princeton, N. J., Sept. 29.-Presi- Chicago, Sept. 29.-Practically all --
Washingtony Sept 29.-President he insisted when the Democratic tar- I dent Wilson returned to his legal residence of the Chicago packers and other big What came near proving a fatal accident -f[,hand. The drizzle of rain which fell

Wilson is sounding officials and party iff law was being framed, upon the I here yesterday and voted in financiers reported today as planningto occurred yesterday afternoonat all afternoon had made both rails and

leaders regarding1 the advisability of sugar reduction. Jut a strong lobbyis the New Jersey Democratic prima- participate in te Anglo-French 4 o'clock, at the Seaboard crossingon I brick pavement so slippery that the
working for the repeat I brakes on engine and auto failed to
retaining the and is ries.On North when J. A. .
tariff Orange
avenue
_ on sugar Needs of the treasury for more his arrival he was greeted by a $500,000,000 war loan as individuals.! I work properly.
1, giving cl ''se stndy to the subject revenue and the political effect in the large group of Princeton faculty and James A. Patten was among those Caplinger's big Cadillac automobilewas | When the collision came Mr. Capj .

Treasucompilatij 7 officials are preparing a "sugar states"-Colorado, California students. wl.3 admitted that they had Agreedto struck broadside'by a freight car j linger was in the act of jumping from
on' of the sugar importations Louisiana and Michigan-are consid- I| The pres'dent walked directly to do so no matter what local bankers which was being switched about by a [the clear side of his machine. The
and reve me derived during the last erations in favor of modifying the !j the old fire house which is the voting yard engine at that point. "j shock of the collision knocked the big
few year- for the president's perusal. schedule. Charging that persistent (place of his precinct. He was followed might do. Something like $25- Mr. Caplinger who was driving the Cadillac forward several feet and

Under it present tariff law, sugar efforts of liquor interests in Wa'hing- I by a crowd of students many 000,000 is expected to be subscribedby car at the time of the accident was threw the driver to the grourfd.

goes on 'a free list on May 1, 1916. ton are responsible for the movement l!lof whom took photographs of him. a small clique of Chicago men. moving southward at a moderate rate Luckily the car did not turn turtle

The but has already been reduced which forced sugar on the free list !i Entering the fire house the presi- The underwriting of the loan be- of speed, and did not see the ap and Mr. Caplinger escaped with a

aboutif t Per cent, but if the duty 'some opponents of free sugar in Lou- dent shook hands with the election officers gan in New York, Boston Philadel- proaching train until it was too late sprained ankle and several minor cuts
now in f< rce is maintained, it is estimated isiana are declaring their purpose to and was handed a ballot. to stop. It is said that there was no and bruises. The auto, while still in
it would bring in $50,000,000 in turn the state over to prohibition, and !E After voting the president took a phia and Pittsburgh today. Chicago flagman at the crossing and the running condition, was considerably
revenue ll"roally. to have the Louisiana members of the short walk and called on several old bankers have been informed that the brakeman who was on the far side I battered, the fenders, mud guard and
It is s. M the president is reluctant house and senate line up for the national friends. He then returned to Wash- underwriting will be begun there next of the freight car from the auto, did running board on one side being twisted -

I- repeal the free sugar provision, as prohibition amendment. I i i ington. Monday. not see its approach until close at ] into a shapeless mass. "
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MAYOR TEMPLE OF WINTER '
PARK Orlando Man's Two Brothers1
Voice Of

While engaged in convincing the Wounded But Return To Colors' GARDJ!
The PeopleA dear people that the St. John's rives ;,
should be the upper end of the Inland -- I! .
Waterways instead of allowingthe Se"enears in America, four of I this staple having advanced tremen- :
LETTER FROM IZZY BUTTIX government to buy the east which have been spent in Orlando, dously. I
coast ditch, the editor of the Sanford have sufficed to convince Joseph The letter is very optimistic con- New Crc
Mr. Editor:-It appears like you Herald had the good fortune to spend Voodnick that this section of the cerning the outlook for the German !
aint heard nothin from Izzy for some a few minutes with his old friend, W. U. S. A. is one of the choicest spotsin allies. Crops of all kinds are very
spell, and like's not you been a thinkin .C. Temple,ex-steel magnate, expresident the world to live in. Notwithstanding abundant, and there is no danger of a I
I was a busyin myself with this of the Citrus Growers Exchange, this fact, however, Mr. Woodnickis food famine,'nor is there a possibility Come in to see us. 1S .
here vacation stunt that bothers sucha ex-president of the Pittsburg Pirates, intensely interested in the fortunesof .that Germany will be defeated.Mr. :
sight o' people in the summer time.I donor of the Temple Cup, Florida'racker the Fatherland and follows the developments I Woodnick, who has served three
says to my man, I says, its power- who went north and made in the eastern and western years in the German cavalry, came to
ful like the measles and the whoopin them sit up and take notice, one ofthe theatres of battle with keen in- New York seven years ago. In 1910 1 1J.
cough, a breakin out every year, and biggest men that Florida ever terest. Letters from Germany come he came to Orlando where he has City1. ; ,
sendin folks off to the country where produced and now mayor of Winter only at irregular intervals, and are since resided. When he first came to '
there aint no city water nor no lightsfit Park, his home town. always eagerly read. this city he was unable to speak the I L. DEAN, Prop. .
to see by, and a livin in a little 10 Mr. Temple recently disposed ofhis Some four months ago Mr. Wood- English language, having lived and
square room with the door shut to grove property, Alabama, his nick received a letter from his moth-I mingled almost entirely with Ger- -..-_.
keep folks from a peekin in to see beautiful country estate that cost al- er, who lives at Nerenberg, mans while in New York. lie has ., -, -- .-
what you're a doin. I says, its all to most a million and is now rusticatingin lin, stating that two of his three since learned to speak and write Eng. ,.
the good, I says, to visit your real a small brick bungalow that probably brothers who have been at the front lish.A
relations once in four or five years or cost another quarter million ands had been wounded. Naturally he was few years after coming to Amer- ,., '.'
so, cause maybe they might up and furnished like a palace.We worried and was much relieved to ica he applied for naturalization pa- HamniFUNERAL : !
die, and you'd a wisht you'd a gone to didn't have time to stay withIr. learn in a letter received a day or so pers, and has no intention of givingup
see 'em, but this here a trottin to the Temple. Full of the southern ago that both brothers have partially I his advantages and privileges as DI
mountings when its cold and shiveryup hospitality that characterizes a great recovered and have been recalled to a citizen of the United States to go
there, just to ketch on to the fash- man, Mr. Temple is never effusiveor the colors. back to Germany and fight for the
ion, and a usin all your savins to go, florid in his style of entertainment Henry, the brother who was most I Kaiser. I II Real Values Low Prices
jest gets my goat-I'm a sayin it but he makes one feel at homein severely wounded, has been given an I lie is greatly interested in the Boy I
oughter be put an end to-I'm jest the fullest measure. lIe waves office position and is no longer in the I Scout organization, of which he is an COMPARE
real glad to see everybody a comin you to a chair in which you sink I actual fighting. Felix, the other officer, and states that in Nerenbreg,
back and a settin on their own stoops, with a sort of restful feeling that brother, a lieutenant in the 82nd: infantry I his native city, there are 800 scout, OUR FURNITURE
ain't you Mr. Editor But then, I'ma seems to emanate from Temple more under General von Hinden- and that this' organization has been
meanderine oWn the track.. This than from the soft upholstery of the berg, has returned to his commandand of great aid in the operations of the I
here gettin recooperated ain't what furniture and when he gets strung is in the campaign against the German army. We provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
I was intending to write about at this out on any of the important topics Russians in the east. The third The wonderful success which Ger- by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
settin. I been a readin all I see, anda ''of the day one is content to listen brother, Frank Woodnick, is on the many has so far experienced, Mr. an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.
talkin a lot regards this old red rather than lose a drop from the western front. Woodnick attributes to the fact that We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
brick jail house what never oughter fountain of logic by interpolating a Mr. Woodnick's mother, who con- the women and boys of the countryare stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
stand in such a sightly place in Or- question or answer. ducts a factory for the manufactureof energetic and hard working, and
lando. Now I allow that we been We did not ask Mr. Temple why sweaters and other such goods, have, at the call of necessity, been
improvin a sight and our town is the he was mayor of Winter Park or writes that she has only about sixty able to take up and carry on with a McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCKCorner
beautifullest one I seen in all my what he intended to do about it, now per cent. of her usual force at work I considerable measure of success the
travelin. but that ain't a say'in there that he had accepted the oce but and that this remnant only puts in occupations and industries which were Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaSunshine
n nothin more to do. Land sakes, we will make a bet that if Temple half time. This condition has been '[thrown aside and forgotten when
no! We got to get that there smellyold cares to engage in a quiet game of brought on because of the lack of raw i Kaiser Wilhelm called the manhood
jail out of town. Now I aint a civic and municipal reform that Winter material, such as cotton, the price for ''of Germany to arms.
kickin a mite on paying 35 mills Park will be on the map in big I
taxes, and I will pay more to see letters and will soon give Orlando a ORANGE COUNTY BRICK ROAD SCHMITZ AGAIN A CANDIDATESan
them red bricks a tumblin down and merry chase for the position of the IS BEST IN STATE I lllllllHMIBIIHIIHtHHiilllltlililllllllllltll
some men and teams a movin that largest city in Orange County. Orange county probably has the Francisco, Sept. 28.-Eugene
scab to some place where it can't be i There are several cities in Florida best system of brick roads in the A. Schmitz, who was deposed from
seen when you're all dressed up in that need a Temple. state of Florida. They have tried the office of mayor as a result of
your best bib and tucker and ridin in two different methods down there inlaying graft prosecution in 1906-07, went be- ,
your automobile. Im supportin B. STATE NEWS ITEMS their system of brick roads. fore the voters of San Francisco
Crackers and CakesEveryone
Beacham, I am, and if he and Izzy The road from the Seminole county again at today's primary election as '
have got the call to hist that jail, Work on Palatka's new $40,000 line to Orlando via Maitland and a candidate for head of the city gov- ,
we're goin to have it histed. Why, postoffice will start about the Winter Park is grouted with cement ernment and was second choice'in the :
land to goodness, I heard such awful fifteenth of October.A and has the wooden curbing makinga betting in a field of eight canddiates. loves the Sunshine. We have just received a full
noises one day when I was a passin road that is much smoother than line of Sunshine Crackers and Cakes. They are fresh and crisp.

there, such as is blood curdlin. 1 I movement is on foot in Daytonaand the ordinary brick road and seems 10 cents a week delivered. Toilet Paper, 4 lOc. rolls for ___________________________-___25c
reckon it was Voodoo singing or some with prospects for success for the impervious to wear and tear of cars Lemon Extract, Two 25c. bottles for _______________________25c
such nonsense, but it is mighty dis- organization of a citizen's band. and wagons. Lemon Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ____________________25c
turbin, especially late at night, and The road now being constructed It Is Saidthat Peach Extract, Four lOc. bottles for ______________________25c
to have it by that pretty Rosalind The Florida leg for Women at from Orlando to the Osceola county Bulk Coffee, per pound __________________________________15c '
Club, and all them nice houses; it Tallahassee has opened for the fall line will be filled with sand and Can Coffee, per pound ___________________________________25c
oughtn't to be. and winter term with the largest en- have the concrete curbing and this there is time enough for Comb Honey, 20c, 3 for ________________________________50c
Now, Mr. Editor, you're a puttinout rollment in the history of that splendid -. road is also perfect in construction, everything except a train that Strain Honey, ____________________________________15c. and 50
a rightly fitten paper and I call on institution.Fort only the best of brick being laid has gone. New Guava Jelly, per glass ____-__________________ __15c
you to help about prying out that under the careful inspection of Engineer If there are any people in Or- 16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for ________________.__$1.0(
there jaiL Why I know some folks Pierce has adopted the primary Ramsey, who has gained a county who have not yet Try our Creamery Butter, only ___________________________35<
that gets tip before daylight to system in conducting the city reputation as being a regular martinet ange Special discount on Brooms.
snatch the Sentinel into the house, elections, discarding the old caucus : in demanding the best brick eaten at the Model Cafe there is
and then they goes back to bed and methods of selecting the nominees for from the manufacturers and making still time-day or night.
reads it before anybody is stirrin. 1 1 the various city offices. The first his demands stick. No bombast or pretense aboutit WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

says to my man, I says, them editorscan primary will be held November 1st. These two methods pf construe just the best that can be
make folks believe the moon is tion will be watched carefully by
served at the moderate prices
made of green cheese, I says, or the The final returns from the good other counties considering brick Our Grocery CompanyTwo
. sky is going to cave in; why can't roads bond election in Leon county roads and it is thought that the charged.Our .
they stir up a whalin big clatter show that the $200,000 issue carriedby roads with the cement grouting will 25c. meals and 15c. spec- Phones: 3 and 200
about that there jail nuisance. I'm > practically a vote of three to one. prove to be the ultimate road for ials should appeal to those who
askin you're help, in a callin on all There were 577 for the bonds and 203 Florida, although at present it is in desire the best at a reasonable 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla
Orlando to kick up a din for its timewe against, leaving the majority 374. the experimental stage. price.
was up and doin. I aint so very Orange County was fortunate in IIIMIIIIItllttllliltilMMMIMMMIMIIIIIItMCAREY
young but I aint so old that I won't Residents of Delray have subscribed having a man like Engineer Ramsey, By serving the greater quan-
live to see a fine civic buildin on enough money to purchase a large a man who is thoroughly competentin tity of oysters we are always
them handsome grounds, not on your flag for the public school in that every respect and brings to them able to have them fresh.
tin type, I aint. I want to see our town. The date of the flag raising not only a knowledge of materialsand We have served thousands of
city beautiful a marchin on, so every- will be announced as soon as possible. engineering and road construction the best people of Orange Coun-
HANDFUNERAL
body two step until the jail steps but a man who has seen paving ty. We hope to serve thousandsmore
out of sight. Paw he used to say that Interested citizens of St. Lucie material in different parts of
who appreciate well cook-
wishin was like fishin in the rain county have organized the Indian I the United States and has experi-
water barrel, but I'm a wishin jest River Inlet Association for the purpose -!. mented with 'much of it. ed food and prompt service.TheModel DIRECTOR
the same. of inducing the government to. Orange County is now completingthe '
Yours truly, dredge an inlet from the Atlantic road south of the city to the AND EMBALMER
IZZY BUTTIN. ocean to the Indian river at Blue Hole, Osceola line and. also the roads to
a few miles north of Fort Pierce. Winter Garden and Apopka and Cafe
OLD MEN IX TRENCHES SEEMED when finished will have more milesof
All calls answered Promptly Da
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county in Florida. Old Orange was
or Night. Hand Block.
London, Sept. 28.-The first contin- the pioneer county in the making $5.75STATE
gent of wounded from the latest bat- Don't Forget Us I ,f hard roads twenty years ago andis
Orlando Florida
tle in the west reached London at still the peerless leader. Sem- -
midnight. The twelve men in the inole, while not having as many ,
party were guarded carefully from a miles will in a few months have CAMPNear PHONE: 639. RESIDENCEPHONE\ 457.
curious crowd at the railway station. when in equally as good a system of brick
They were quickly placed in ambulances need of roads and the construction of roadsin ( Jacksonville)
and removed to hospitals."It Orange can be followed with AND RETURNVIA
really began on Friday with a equally good results.
heavy artillery action,** the Daily -Sanford Herald.

cers Mail as quotes saying.one of"Saturday the wounded morning offi- JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction Guests registering at the San Juan I Atlantic Coast line I AUTOYASHING\ STATIO'

under a hurricane of shrapnel the infantry hotel yesterday included C. W. Hip- I
leaped out with short sharp inns. W. W. Huchaby, V. V. Sharpe. .
Standard Railroad of the South I
rushes. The German trenches were Thos. B. Quimby, T. T. Hatzfield,
THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
at a distance of 400 yards. Tampa; E. B. Woodward, Lynchburg,
"There was some of the finest work Va.; Henry Spann, W. M. Hanniline, ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE
with the bayonet and hundreds of Baltimore; Mrs. B. B. Marshall, MATCHES REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, l\IeChanic.\_
prisoners gave themselves up with! I Guaranteed Greenville, Miss.; Mrs. A. A. Unpar, Known as "The Handy .
apparent eagerness. Their willingness O.1.. White, Atlanta; H. B. Leach, Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, ,
to be captured was the most surprising Our.Prices Enterprise; C. C. Hudson, Daytona; 7,12,13,1-1
thing of the whole business. II. E. Swabey, Kissimmee, M. R. Co- With limit of October 30th. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any
Many of them were old men who hen, Ed. Outlaw, A. F. Deekman, Extension limit to November chine parts. Work guaranteed.
seemed crushed and exhausted." are reason- Jacksonville; II. M. Seidensticker, 29th may be secured by deposit-
Field Marshal Sir John French, Meriden, Conn.; John F. Fugazzi, Cin- ing ticket with Union Ticket GASOLINE AND OIL
commander of the British forces in able. cinnati, Ohio.
Agent, Jacksonville, and pay
France, informs the war office that ment of fee of 50c. Freeman V. D.
the allied offense is progressing, and The following remark might have Phillips, Mgr ;,
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that there is no let up in the fight- been made in Orlando, though it L
ing. On the other hand, Berlin claims "Quality" Our wasn't: "I am one of those tall, long- For Information Call on
that the German counter attacks have legged men who are never comfort- r.
been successful and that much of the able in theatres where the seats are W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. -='(;

ground that was lost by the Germanshas Motto too close together. I am for the free- W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Sentinel Want Ads Get Res l,
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been regained. dom of the knees. Orlando
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n SIDELIGHTS +I Windermere, Fla., Sept. .-Mr. Taft, Fla., Sept. 2>.-.Ve understand -

By W. S. R; h.AI Harry Goodrich, from Lakeland, and that S. Rizk, of the Rizk Bros., ,
Mr. Warner, from Orlando, called has bargained for the cement block on

upon the trade Monday.Mrs. the corner of Palm avenue and Fourth
The '-"iuch neglected and 'I
forme
'I Rose and daughter, of Talla- street, and will make it one story j
though of which
little spearmint hassee, motored out to Windermerefrom higher for a dwelling house and store. '

grew is wild.'"" i$(-"\voto*' grandmother's popular favor dooryard asa I I" Orlando with. Mr. S. S. Griffin Our new postmaster, of Mr.the G. H.I'I "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

last Tuesday. Brickley, is now in charge post-
.f. extract. First the I I Friends of Miss Gladys Gifford, of I II office. I

' ,. into ing prominence gulfs manufacturers and now it brought is used I I Madison, N. Y., who spent last Winter Dr. N. L. Bryan, of Orlando (formerly i Unless Budded from A Bear-
in Windermere, will be interestedIto of Lakeland, as mentioned last .
to flavor tooth and confectionery I I
paste hear of the announcement of her week), is now running the Sphaler ,
and at soda foun Tree of Known
is dispensed I engagement to Mr. Don Campbell, of store, with Joe Ahik behind the gun, !I ing Qualityand
tains. Eventually expect to
we
may Wahoo, Neb. I or counter, ready'to fire goods at cus- j
see spearmint ice cream and spear- i An automobile party of ladies from tomers if they possess the proper col : of Produc-
!I Quantity
mint cake on the menu cards.Vill I
Orlando consisting of Mrs. Acree, lateral. Trade in Taft.
the allow to plant
Metropolis us
spear ,Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. John Burden, Mrs. I II Rev. R. J. Brewer will move into
mint if we run short of hens r0 I Giles, Mrs. S. H. Atha, Mrs. Gailey, I town in the near future and will occupy -| tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn

Mrs. I. W. Phillips, and Mrs. J. N. part of the parsonage.Geo. '
Speaking of spearmint, a well known Burden, picnicked at Rossmore Inn'I I K. Thomas, of Huntingdon, |
young Orlando business man who has last Wednesday.Mr. I Pa., is on his way to make Taft his I
lately returned from Kentucky as- (I and Mrs. Alfred Bumby and permanent home. His goods arrived :
sures us that he knows from experience Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bumby entertained yesterday. He says he must come to I five years the Ocklawaha; Nurseries through actual dem-

that the old fashioned pepper- I about thirty of their Orlando friendsat Florida to cool off, as, notwithstanding -j I onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
mint is still used in preparnig the a fish fry last Thursday.Mr. it has been very cool all summer,'
'I' brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
mint juleps for which Kentucky is and Mrs. H. C. Baker, Mrs. A. the past few days have been very hot l
does The United States Government experiments made
justly famous. J. Nye, Mrs. Lane and sister enjoyeda I and sultry. None of the Florida I pay. by
-- bathing party at Rossmore Inn last 'breezes up there. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

The Times-Union asks: "Isn't it Wednesday, motoring out from Or- Will Neal and family have moved published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

., strange that Noah should have taken lando. back to town. No place like Taft.J. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
two snakes on board after their bad Mrs. Harry Luff entertained Miss A. Simms took in the Tampa ex- from a" parent of true merit.
conduct in the Garden of Eden?" Norah James, lIissIary Hyer, Mr. cursion Thursday.
Not so strange as it is that_ his de- Lawrence Lawton andIr.. Leon I I Now for the train for the North. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

scendants of this enlightened twen- Fleming, from Orlando, last Thurs- [The conductor says "All aboard," so a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
tieth century will continue to fill I[we get on and now we are off. Funny -
day.Mr. been in existence five years, are falling over each, other to con-
themselves with intoxicants and and Mrs. DeLarmy Page entertained !' isn't it? So goodbye to Taft for
up vince that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
thus take "snakes on board." with a picnic supper on the :a while, with all of its pleasant sur- you
-- Athletic Feild last Sunday for the : roundings, including the whistle on Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source.

Mr. A. W. Brabham, of South Car- following guests: Mr. and Mrs. John the saw mill with its melodious the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

olina, says he has grown cotton fiber Miller, Messrs. Walter and Harold !'sounds, arousing the entire community rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
black Miller, Misses Ruth and Florence at an unseasonable and unneces-
of many tints, including green, ,
etc. Mr. Brabham should take the Miller, of Long Lake; Mr. Clyde Er- i'i sary hour in the morning. It seemsto You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

"dope cure" before he has another at win, of Pittsburgh; Mr. Victor Kubu, be a pretty plaything for some- great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
from Cleveland, and Messrs. Carl and body. tree in hundred-acre and not
tack. bearing our own grove, a single
Ludolph Wichtendahl, from Gotha. I .
-- I bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Visitors at Rossmore Inn last CII.XGEI.DE IN TIME FOR
"That peculiar flavor" in breakfast I
foods comes from an infusion of sun- I Thursday included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. |FLORIDA I II CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

flower seeds which are very rich in : Lege, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe, I I grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
Miss Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Jacksonville, Fla.-By reason of a
oils. But if you like the flavor why I
not grow sunflowers in Florida and son and daughter, llrs.lcCullough, desire on the part of local printers]
take it without adulteration?Times- 'I Mr. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Evans, and publishers to hold an informal!'1
Union. 1' Mr. and Mrs. Gould, son and daughter gathering with the visiting newspa-: Ocklawaha Nurseries

For the same reason that we do not Miss Cargill, Miss Pope, Mr. and I per men during the coming press con-

eat vanilla beans or bitter almonds.We Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mr. Clark Rob- vention on the night of Friday, Octo- 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
like their flavor in other foods ertson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rex, Mr. ber 15, the banquet which had been

V'))ut do not care to take them clear. Marion I\es, :Miss Girard, and Mr. F. intended to take place on that even- OR
Scruggs, Jr. ing will be given on the first evening
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Wright Agent
People who think women have not Guests at Rossmore Inn last Sun- of the convention. ,

sufficient mental equipment to vote day included Mrs. McMakin and
8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG.:, ORLANDO FLA.
intelligently should read the "Ques daughters, Mr. Lacy, Mr. Arnold, Mr. GEORGI.CEXTR.t.. MAY EXTEND ,
tions Answered" column 'in the agricultural Redding, and Mr. Adams, editor of LINE TO FLORIDA
section of the TimesUnionThe the Winter Park Post, Mr. Harry TOWN

column is conducted by Mrs. James, Miss Wood, Mr. Leon Fleming Pensacola, Fla.-That the Centralof

Prange and she knows as much about Miss Norah James, Dr. and Mrs. Georgia is planning to extend its I ..
citrus fruits and fertilizers as Mr Buckmaster, Dr. Brundage, and oth- line to Munson, Fla., there connectingwith
Hough of the T.-U. editorial staff ers whose names were not obtained. the lumber road of the Stearns j

knows about the tariff. And that is & Culver Lumber company, thus giv- :
a fine compliment for Mrs. Prange it Read the Morning Sentinel for the ing it an outlet at Bagdad, is the report i i

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South Florida SentinelMORNING TilE ALLIES.It City Hall And Court IA Poem For The Day I ITIIOL'GIITS

is easy to expect too much of the i

AND WEEKLY French and British advance
againstthe House NotesOn FOR THE DAY
a'. I:. GLENN ...... German west front. Sixty hoursof iI
W. C. ESSINCTON .. ....B..i... Manager
terrific artillery bombardment were What silences we keep year after I
Entered at the poetoffiee at OrUndu. FlorIda before the French could September 24 a charter of incorporation year i!
a. Second Claaa Mail Matter. necessary
With those who
are most near to us
recorded in the
was coun- I
the first line of German
SUBSCRIPTION RAT!:;:) overrun and dear;
DaU 1 Tear ........................ $5.00 trenches, and the furthest gain was ty court of record by the State of I We live beside each other day by day, ,
Daily. 6 Months ... ................. 2.60
DaU I Month ...."".................. 1-25 two and a half miles. The German Florida to the Pineola Lime Company.The And speak of myriad things, but sel- 1 II I
Vail I Month ................."..... (0 losses are known to have been heavy, governor affixed his signature to dom say I
The full sweet word that lies withinour II
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 but the French and British losses the incorporation papers August 7. reach I

IN could not have been light asserts the M. M. Smith is president; R. D. War- Beneath the common ground of com- 1I
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE
ALL ADVANCETO New York World. i ing vice-president; L. M. Brain sec- mon speech. i

The difficulty with this kind of I retary-treasurer; and board of directors I
Then out of sight and out of reach
ADVERTISERS warfare is that there is no place for I 11.1.. Smith, J. F. Ange, R. D.Waring they go.

Cop f.r ..pl r and all thcr, kand-Mt strategy or generalship. It is a mat- I J. W. Jackson, and C. P. These:: dear familiar friends that loved I .
adrtUiac ant be landed in at the boiintuffic I
" of Vh. Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ter of speculation, but thus far the Dickinson. The principal offices of us so,
-lication. ThU me applies the at Orlando the And sitting in the shadows they have
before
ti day pul main results have been moral rather company are ; gen- .
to changes ler contract advertising: it Is left
Cannabic and will be strictly adhered to. than military. The enthusiasm with eral nature of business to be trans- Alone, with loneliness, and sore bereft <

which the French troops threw them- acted is diversified, including real estate i :
0'
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued selves into the hand-to-hand fighting timber lands, lime and phos- We think with vain regret of some i ;
should notify the office in writing on kind word,
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be that followed the long bombardmentof phate, and sundry developments; the I That once we might have said and
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continued at the regular subscription rates .
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until notice to stop is received. the German trenches reflects the capital stock is $100,000; and the term they have heard. ,-o.... :- '7. 1/J r

Telephone Nsmk-r ...................... 24 highest credit upon their morale after of incorporation 99 years. James Russell Lowell. ,0'I

On the same day a charter from I
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1915. the long months of marking time.
Even if no decisive victory can be expected the state to the Oakland Hotel Com- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

at this time, every gain that is pany was also recorded with a capital I V
Some people think luck is against bought at a reasonable price will of 15000. LOST-Ingento folding kodak, post- :i
because have to work road. Rewardif
them just they card size on Conway
bring fresh to France and a -- %-r.
courage
for what they get. returned to 14 East Church street 1
new confidence to Great Britain, aside Deputy Sheriff J. B. Lawton, Jr., Auto Washing Station. 9-30-lt :t !' ;4 .' ': : <:

o from the inevitable effect upon the left yesterday morning over the At- ___ 0 0 p .JJ:._ _ _

It makes no difference what kind Balkan situation of an advance of the lantic Coast Line for Marianna wherehe FOR SALE-A gasoline range, goodas

of a car a man buys after he has hadit allies in the west. went to deliver Alvin Thurman a new; a bargain if taken at once.
for a few days it is the only makeon Call mornings between 9 and 11. 604
white of this to the authori-
a boy city,
the market. Magnolia avenue. 9-30-3tc Fresh Arrivals of Coats
OCTOBER 3 FLORIDA'S FIRST ties of the state reform school. Mr. ,

o GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY Lawton will stop over in Jacksonvilleand ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent;
Every man should be sufficiently will probably be accompaniedhome has 7 rooms and bath 2 sleeping Suits and Dresses Go On

educated to write his own name; for by :Mrs. Lawton. porches heating plant; is modern
(Continued from page 1) Smaller 7 house
throughout: room
many a man has been double-crossed -- -- Display TodayThese
Next Sunday, October 3, will also all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East
because he had to make his cross. Mr. B. C. Whitfield of Tallahassee Central avenue. 9-30-1mo*
be observed as rally and promotionday
o state bank examiner was in Orlando
in the First Baptist Sunday new styles, while not radically different -
house
FOR RENT A good ten room ,
A man who follows his own virtu- yesterday on an official visit. Mr. -
school of this city, and a special pro- with modern conveniences, centrally display
from those included in our first -
ous heart will always be found in the Whitfield is one of the best postedmen for boarding
gram has been arranged which we be- located; just the thing -
end to have been fighting for the best. lieve will be enjoyed by all who at- in Florida on public affairs. lie house; located in a prosperousand show many interesting developmentsof
One thing leads naturally to anotherin stated that conditions throughout the growing town; business room on
tend. Everybody is most cordially ground floor, 22-60. Apply to W. L. recent fashions. The Suits, with their .
awakened mind, and that withan state were good.
an invited to meet with us, and it is desired very Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 930tfcIt
comfortable wide skirts and sensible jack-
upward progress from effect to -
I that all parents come with their I
cause. C. E. Wade secured the one hun- than the suits of
children. is rumored that Mr. and :Mrs. ets, are more becoming
dredth automobile license yesterdayin .
o The entire collection next Sunday E. R. Ellerbe will leave in a few days
past seasons.
It would be an easier job to warm will be given to missions. School Collector Martin's office. I for their former home in Orlando

up the West to the Anglo-French loan meets promptly at 9:45 a. m.Governor's Mr. Ellerbe having given up his posi-

if that section had not already disposed Proclamation REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS FOR tion here with the Gulf Oil company.We .

of its old and spavined horsesto Whereas it is of the greatest importance SEPTEMBERFew will hate to lose this estimable The Dresses too are more than usually .

the allies at $300 apiece and got to the welfare of our state of the larger deeds recorded: family from our midst but wish them
Jas. A. Robinson to Pickard Bros. practical because they are more than us-
spot cash for them.-New York I that the forces which make for intelligence well in whatever city they may lo-

World. character and patriotism Co., 120 acres.J. cate.-Sanford Herald.Cathedial. ually simple in style and trimming. :Manyof
G. Tyner to Jno. T. Cuppett, lot,
a among the people should be encour- $5,000. the new separate coats are in Redingote

This is the time of the year when aged; andWhereas
Jno. S. Mills to F. L. Anderson 10 styles from the three-quarter to full
people intending to spend the seasonin one of the greatest forces

Orlando are seeking information for good, for strengthening character aCres.G. The School length.
J. Maurer to Jas. Chandon 20
about desirable locations. Persons for promoting patriotism and spread-

with apartments or houses to rent ing Christianity is the Sunday school; acres $1,500.Thos. .
Etty to J. A. Williams 9
would do well to advertise what they and Orlando's Select Boarding and Day

have, if they wish to secure early ten- Whereas, the beneficent and benign acres.R. School for Girls Our djsplay of women's apparel grows
J. Dike to Maude E. Schmidt 22
ants. influences of the Sunday schools of 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 more interesting from day to day. New

a the various denominations are great acres.D. Primary, Intermediate and Academic
B. Sphaler to W. G. Sphaler, Grades Styles are continually arriving and the as-
There are certain stages in the life forces for good in our state; forces

of every boy and girl when the confi- worthy of recognition and co-opera- lots 10000. Also Musi.. Art, Elocution, Physical sortment is thus kept right up to the
Piedmont Plant Co. to W. J. Rob-
dence and advice of the father and tive assistance; and Culture and Domestic Science. minute. -4.-

mother of inestimable Whereas the Sunday schools of the erts, lots, 1000. For Catalogues address the Rector
may prove J. J. Haldeman to Minnie E. Ward
ue. If parents have not cultivated a state through the Florida Sunday Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. Mn
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80 acres $2,000.Bedford And of priced
relationship with their children which School Association are making and Everingham to Wilmer Orlando, Fla. course

will enable them to discuss the prob- have made special efforts for a great
Sinclair lots $2,000.
lems which Sunday school rally day which shall right
budding manhood and womanhood Lyman F. Nettercutt to M. F. Bur-
bring, they have fallen far be state-wide in its scope and influence -

short of their and have set October the 3rd, rows, 79 acres. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
duty.o Wm. L. Coryell to E. Lee Smith,
1915 as the day for this great state-

wide Sunday school rally day lots, 1800.
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Having lost our cuff buttons, and D. W. Tuttle to C. B. Robinson, lots -
Therefore I, Park Trammell gov- SpecialAnnouncement
being as the war is still on, our edito- 2000.
ernor of the state of Florida do here- .
rial cuffs are tied together with white
by issue this proclamation calling
strings. Rube Allyn is hereby warnednot II. B. Coney will take charge of VANILLA
upon all of the people of the state of
to infringe on our patent Tam the Sanford branch of the Gulf Refin- TUTI FRUTI 1
Florida and the visitors who shall be
pa Times. Cuffs! Listen at the durn ing business on the first, the present
within our borders, to attend Sunday in
We take pleasure announcing to our
dude beefin' about his cuffs. Why manager Mr. Ellerbe, leaving for his GUAVAICE "
school in the church of their choice on
Huff., a pair of cuffs in this climate Sunday October the 3rd, 1915 that old home in Orlando to engage in the CREAMS. customers and friends that we have se- I,

would smother us. We invented sport same line of business. Mr. Coney has .

shirts six months before they came inkyle they may give encouragement and worked up a fine business here and cured the professional services of .
honor to those who faithfully labor in
by applying the office shears to in Orlando on the celebrated Elder
this noble work and that they may AUTO LUNCHESA
the old ones.-Sarasota Sun. Springs water and is loathe to give
receive to themselves the benefits of Mrs. John Sahlbergan
a participating in this particular devo- up this business but Capt. Elder will SPECIALTYCLUB
PATRONIZING continue the business of supplyingthe
tion to, and worship of God.
HOME INDUSTRY. In testimony whereof, I have here- thirsty while Mr. Coney furnishesthe artist of exceptional merit in Tailored

In spite of all that be said and oil-sort of pouring oil on the
may unto set hand and caused the SANDWICH 25e.
my Suits, Coats and Skirts. She has been
water-and the of Gulf oil
done in regard to sending from patrons
away seal
great of the state of Florida to
our home city for everything from be affixed at Tallahassee, the capital and Elder water will receive their associated with the most exclusive

egg beaters to carpet tacks, orders to the supply as formerly.-Sanford Herald.
15th of
day September, A. D.
mail order houses continue to flood 1915. We :Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed ATELIERS of New York and Chicago,

the mails. A man not a thousand PARK COOK & BAAS and is in her "
TRAMMELL, Governor.By and Delivered for All exceptionally qualified par-
miles from Orlando, who is promi- Agents will attend to your fire insur-
the
governor; attest:
ance promptly. Christ building. v Occasions ticular branch of the trade.
identified with
nently banking circles, H.
Clay Crawford Sec. of State. 1-9-17-1moc
in discussing the matter with a friend I
Book your dates early.ilicksollIves.
said the situation to who
one was on I --- --- -- -- -- --- -
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the inside and in a position to see

just how much money was going out

of the town to mail order houses, was

appalling. He said in one week the .

mail orders through a single bank Hats Off

amounted to over eight hundred dol-

lars. Rural mail carriers say the I

same thing. The farmers continue to .

pour money into the coffers of the to Mr. R. M. Seymour! He said a whole mouthful in his letter to the Sentinel yesterday. I .

mail order houses week after week.It Merchants and business men think that over Sauce for the goose should be sauce for .
might be added, too that the Ii
the gander.
farmers are not the only ones who do
not always patronize home institu- However, we pay for this space for advertising purposes and not editorial. We l

tions. Some bankers as well as other haven't mentioned Tampa Special Hen Feed for some time, but we still handle it and I

classes of business men, are offendersin claim it is the cheapest high-grade Scratch Feed on the market. Understand our guar- .

this direction. It is almost impos_ antee: If upon getting anything from us and opening it you do not find it what you were I
sible for us to estimate the dol-
lars that are sent out of many Orlando led to believe it to be, bring it or any part of it back and we will cheerfully refund your

every month to the mail order houses money or give you other feed. Of course if you feed it and then come and say it was no

and yet the buyers-those who spend good we can do nothing for you.

their money-pay as much in the long It is our constant aim to make you a pleased customer and one who will advocateus

run for the goods as if purchased at and our feeds. .

home. More than this, they are not

only gaining nothing but are taking Co.

away from their home town dealersa

volume of trade that would afford

them profits enough to improve the

city, develop larger markets for home The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

products, help improve the streets
.D PARTMmr STORE

roads profit etc.of ,all for, greater and still advantage costing and the S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ...

buyer absolutely nothing-since he

pays an equal price for an equal )J

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Majestic. "The Living Death. A

ENDAR ;,NOTES ABOUT ROLLINS COLLEGE drama, in two parts.
ACTIVITIES Alwin. "Dr. Craven's Experiments."
nber 30. Big: U. "A Buried City."
b will hold a I Five cents to all.
Club grounds Immediately after chapel exercises
this morning a meeting of the foot-
ANNOUNCEMENTCamp
*r 1. I ball squad will be held. This is pre-
.. I meet in the
., liminary to organization and an en-
hodist church.t .
No. 1C074, Modern:\ Woodmenof
thusiastic meeting is predicted. Foot- '
America, will meet in special ses-
Saturday af- ball talk was to be heard all over the
vith Mrs. A. L. sion Thursday night, September 30, r Il ,
campus yesterday and the general to transact all legal business which r
trend of expression was that Rollinsis
may come before the camp. All mem
just entering upon what will provea bers are urged to attend.
3 iDES. most successful for the grid- O O
year By order of the consul, R. J. Peer.II CHARMING INDEED
rise was given iron Negotiations are under
game. J. M. BRADY, D. II. C. are the rings, pins, La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
oades, of Fairf for the arrangement of a sched-
way evidently high class
need
They are so they no commendation. They
their thirty- ule of seven games, which will include are novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern .
rsary, Tuesday contests with the University of Flor- taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost 4t
yenty-eighth. ida Southern and other lead of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
College,
II Bres1VEaKillMrs. the quality of the jewelry warrants.
it o'clock about ing teams of the state. Professor r [ N _j

> ors arrived, oth- Palmer, who is in charge of the college ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
te by the threat- athletics, is especially enthu- ,
siastic over the outlook for the foot- b. dJ
ted her guests ball team this 1 [O1DI

Which soon, how- year.0- ___
pleasure. Mr. The Y.M.C.A.andY.W.C.A. BurnettFashionable

... .- -- ntly follows the organizations of the college now havea TilE TIME TO PAINTis
old adage, "Early to bed and earlyto room in Knowles Hall, which has
rise," was then called, and a very been furnished and fitted up especially Dressmaker of the '. right now. Don't let things go
Jii ,-": time until the house, barn, fence or floor
in
? enjoyable was spent conver- for their use. The room will be
sation and Yowell-Duckworth Co., has begins to look shabby. A little of our
games. used mainly by the joint organiza-
As the hour for refreshments drew tions as a meeting place for commit- opened her parlors on the 4th E ready to use paint will put your home
> in fine trim and save the cost of
near the "wedding cake," which was tees and official councils. The use of you a
floor and invites the public and '11 much bigger paint bill later on.
decorated with the initials
young couple's the room was donated by the college
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and date of their marriage, was authorities and the furnishing was especiall y her friends to call. 1:;
brought in and cut by the bride amida done by individual members. As now

shower of rice, which was so unex- fitted out it presents a most cozy and Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Co
The gasoline consumption pected that the groom was struck: attractive appearance.
dumb for fully a minute-a fact 205 S. Orange Avenue

is which will go down as history in the The executive council of the Rollins 4th Floor YowellDuckworth COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
unusu- Rhoades family.At Alumnae Association held a short

a late hour the guests departed meeting after the opening exercisesof
ally low. with of Bldg. MMIIi. ... .mill -" " ,,, ..
v. happy anticipations helpingMr. the college yesterday morning.
and Mrs. Rhoades celebrate their Those members of the council presentat
golden wedding anniversary in a few the meeting were the Misses SusanT. OrlandoGRANDI
The New Ice CompanyPHONE
short years. Gladwin, Mabelle O'Neal, Annie C.
Among those present were Mr. and Bellows, and Messrs. Worthingtonand

Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Frank Eaton, Miss Berkeley Blackman. At this 675

Marie Rhoades, Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair meeting, which was the first held
Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. West, Mr. J. since the last general meeting in

Henderson, Misses Winnie and D'I May, several matters of importancewere Delivery DailyWait
Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Eaton, discussed.

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rhoades, Leslie -

Rhoades, Earl Rhoades, Freeman Owing to the fact that the close of for our wagon. We think

Phillips, William, Mary and. Julia' the football season and the openingof
West. TODAY yOU will like our ice.
the baseball season come so close

together, there will probably be no
The tire expenseis BACHELOR GIRLS men's basket ball team at Rollins this

CLUB. year. The young ladies of the college -
i reasonable, be- The Bachelor Girls Club was most however, are planning to have LUBIN PRESENTS The New Ice Company i iHlllilMHIMIMMIIMIiilMMHMHMIHlM

pleasantly entertained yesterday afternoon -: one of the best teams they have put ETHEL CLAYTONand
by Mrs. Louis Hewitt. Several out for several seasons.
cause the size of the
of the members out of town
are I .. ..&

tires and there was only one table of I The Y. W. C. A. will give its first _
is right for The made ,
bridge. high score was by reception to new students Saturday
Miss Elizabeth Branham who GEORGE SOULE SPENCER '
was IHIilllllMMMMHillilMBIillMMIiMIIIMMIIM'FRANK
evening, October 2, at Cloverleaf Cot-
weight of car. presented with four dainty handker- tage. These affairs ale' both delightful -
chiefs as souvenirs of the occasion. inWidow :
and helpful, bringing the stu-
The hostess served club sandwichesand 1 I
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dents and faculty closer together socially -
coffee, ice cream, cake and nuts. so that they may become bet- A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALCURTIS
It was decided to hold the meetingsof
ter acquainted with each other.
_ the club every two weeks duringthe
-oAt -
month of October. Miss Jean
a not far distant date the Canoe 1
Person will be the hostess two weeks .
club will hold a water meet. The affair r .
hence. Those members present atyesterday's
meeting were the Misses will be staged on Lake Virginia,
near the college landing. Swimmingraces I
Jean Person, Elizabeth Branham, and
boat races, diving contests and
Alma DeLaney, and the hostess, Mrs.
other features will help to make this
1 Hewitt. & O'NEAL
one of the most enjoyable athletic from the famous play

GEO. E. McCULLOCH RETURNS events of the college year. _.

35 P. TO ORLANDO FROM BUYING [ofithe'same name Insurance Loans Real Estate i

TRIP MARKETSMr. TO EASTERN the Some popular time Lakeside during the club coming will hold week a !t by GEORGEADE

meeting at the home of Professor i Rentals

Geo. E. McCulloch, who returned Palmer for the purpose of reorganizing -
IN FIVE BIG ACTS
for the coming
Motor Tuesday afternoon from an year.

extended tour of the Eastern markets,
where he purchased a full line of ROLLINS COLLEGE LAUNCHED

everything in his department store on ON 31st YEAR
10 cents 20 cents
Orange avenue, was seen yesterdayby
a Sentinel scribe. (Continued from page 1)a )

Mr. McCulloch says there is a neat tribute which was applaudedby ESTABLISHED lug
general revival of business throughout the audience. Dr. Blackman

t the East and that this conditionis pledged his support to the future of ThE THIRD PRODUCTION OF

bound to have a southward trend the college! He stressed three points: I
this fall. "I met several merchants (1) that greater emphasis should be THE V. L. S. E. PROGRAM II I
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from Florida in New York and i liMllililiaitilMlltlMIMIHillllMllllllillMIIHand's
.. city, placed upon the religious side of all
they were all buying freely in antici- colleges in the future; ((2)) that the

pation of a good season," said Mr. city and college should be linked more

McCulloch. "Cotton is again com- closely together, and ((3)) that a greater -
ing into its own, and there is no room spirit of loyalty should be engen-

for argument, it is certainly king. dered between the faculty and the
Good prices for the fleecy staple sim student body.

ply means more money all the way Mr.: O'Neal, in presiding, spoke of .
round." the advancement made during the

Mr. McCulloch has been away thirty years history of Rollins Col

I. W. from the city for the past several lege. His address of welcome to the
weeks"and has made a careful studyof new and old students and friends of

conditions throughout the entire the college was"one sparkling with

East and South. It was after taking gems of thought holding forth bright Pure Ice CreamMade
into consideration every phase of the prospects for the future growth of
situation that he decided to buy in Florida's oldest college.

Phillips anticipation of a good fall business. Others to participate in the open-

He extends a hearty welcome to ing exercises were Miss Isabel Den-

everybody to visit his store at any nison, a new member of the faculty,
time and watch the new goods which who will teach piano and pipe organ; In Orlando

& will soon begin to arrive. There has Mrs. Krause, violin solo, accompaniedby
always been something doing in this Miss Louise Smith; Prof. H. S.

up to date establishment, and there is Pope, soloist; and Rev. C. T. Doug-

a refreshing air of renewed activity, las, pastor of the Baptist church;
where the idle sentiment of the yellow' Rev. Bane," pastor of the Methodist

Sons pessimist and the calamity howler is church; Rev. Enlow, pastor of the Phone 566.666
lost in the hum of busy workers. Congregationalist church. Dean En-

yart also delivered a scholarly ad-
LAST HALF HOLIDAYThe dress pleading for the broad spirit of

_ last of the Thursday half holi- religion as the basis for a college. .

days for the current season will be :

celebrated this afternoon. There will Mrs. C. W. King, who has been visiting -

be a gun shoot at the Country Club her sister, Mrs. S. M. Sightler,
grounds, and various other means of in Oakwood Park, left yesterday af-
recreatiun will help make the after- ternoon for her home in Columbia,

noon pass pleasantly and swiftly. S. C.
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What do you Industrial School Opens Oct. 6 WORK "EN CAPTURED


hope form in a FROM STATE BOARD .

Washington, D. C. Florida fares Tallahassee. -E. F. Andrews
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handsomely in the distribution of and William Mi 'e convicts who
varnish ? OF HEALTHPETS The Robert Hungerford Normal We thank all of them for the work I i
funds for federal extension work during recently escaped v., .ie state prison -
and Industrial School, Eatonville, i and stand ready to serve them again.
the fiscal year 1915-16, accordingto farm at Raiord'e been
Florida, Orange county, will begin its The carpentry department has kept recap-
'
tured and returned \W
an announcement of the depart prison
seventeenth session October 6th. We busy this summer putting new lattice
ment of agriculture today. The total farm. Mason was n't High
HE' are looking forward to a large enroll- work around the main buildings, mak- '
$
amount available for agricultural extension Springs and Andrews / wannha
ment as the applications are many ing other improvements, and sawing
Pets are not an acquired habit work in Florida is $33,397. county.An .
AWcONtUIiTRO and the summer enrollment has been sixty thousand feet of lumber, mak-
they are an Instinct, a kind of appetite This includes the allotments under
quite large all summer and new and ing pickets, siding and other impor-
especially with the female race, federal statutes which will be paid ad in the morning Sentinelisa
old students are arriving quite fre- tant pieces of lumber for one of our
and this habit is in evidence from the out of the federal treasury and also safe investment.
quently. new millionaire neighbors who came
time the girl is old enough for her the sums raised by the state and local
iE Every effort is being put forth by down last winter and bought a farm
first doll. subdivisions to meet the requirementslaid
idt the faculty present to make every of ICO acres joining the school's farm.
This habit, like other habits, grows. down in the congressional acts Mrs. Mary A. Cox
phase of school life real pleasant for He loves progress and sanitation. We
The inanimate caricature of the hu. which provide the federal aid. Texas
both teachers and students. The are grateful to him for his order and
man form divine sooner or later loses secures the largest amount for fed- Particularly emphasizes youthful -
rooms in the dormitories have been thank him for it and will serve him
its place in the juvenile affection, and eral extension, its share being $234- modes in Silk and Lingerie
varnish for and
When you buy your fumigated, sprayed cleaned. The in any capacity possible.The .
' floors hope that it will improvethe something that can move of its own 537. Blouses and Skirts for
you lawn has been kept in a sanitary con- school's curriculum has been the Col-
appearance of those floors and accord that retaliate with a
can
cry
that it will be durable. dition and mowed often. Many of the raised from a nine-year course to that lege Girl.
bite scratch when hurt that
or a or a palmettos once seen on the campusare of a twelve-year, with the sole aim of A woman doesn't always require to
much that is sold for
Unfortunately
has to be fed and defended againstits
floor varnish won't realize that hope to be seen no more. Many cans doing a standardized grade of work advance step by step in order to be- .
enemies something that or
,
for YOILLaW90n's may of corn, tomatoes, okra, pears, gua- which will prepare our graduates to come a stepmother. :301 WEST ST. ORLANDO
to kind treatmentor
Lnstro Elastic Floor Varnishhas may not, respond vas, snap beans and English peas render an equal service to that ren-
finish. It is takes the -- -- -------- -
wonderful.deep lustrous the opposite, ---
a supreme
easily applied because it works easily. It have been canned on a large scale dered by the graduates of the best

is unequalled for durability and will dust-not place in the young affections. And during the summer for use during the schools in the South of equal grades
scratch white. It dries absolutely Engraved Stationery and
by and by, when the real responsibilities -
free in from five to seven hours and get term. Six acres of sweet potatoesare and number of years. To insure this
hard in twenty-four hours. of life along these affections .
come ,
looking fine. Three acres of sugar training the faculty for this term
As for economy. Lustra has a covering gather about the human
capacity that is wonderful, new cane bid fair to make many gallonsof consists of the best talent from a lit- InvitationsDon't
which is smothered in wealthof
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor being, a syrup. Many tons of hay have erary and industrial' point of view
nsk returnable it unsaUs- maternal love.
Varnish at our
been cured and the barn filled, with 'I from the college department of More- ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
is in this sad world
factory.Made But so happens stacks the outside and just thinkof | house and Atlanta universities Atlanta
on because DISCOUNT them from 10
I we to 20 cent
: by Valentine & Co. that the gift of "olive branches" is per
it-not than half of the Ga. Fisk Nash-
more crop ; University,
denied to of their and deliver the goods in Orlando.
to
some, many, "
Manufacturers of has been harvested.In ville, Tenn.; New Haven High and

ALSPAR and I own choice deprives them of the addition to the above more than I Training School, New Haven, Conn.; QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

greatest, sweetest joy, granted by an hundred bushels of and Business PRICES
two corn were Albany High College, THE VERY LOWEST.
VAL-ENAMEL all-wise Providence. The instinct of
harvested and you should see how the Albany, N. Y.; local talent, a Flori-

e tAll affection, having no natural objectfor horses and hogs enjoy eating it. It dian, and an alumnus of this school, \v. S. BRANCH
its lavish bestowal seeks other ,
,
is a kind that the weevils don't like who is to be assistant matron to Mrs.E. .

to be had atFINLEY'S objects more or less unnatural. because of its flinty qualities (hard). A. Chisholm.' Tuskegee and Hampton THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

PIONEER PAINT There are some rude, cold-blooded There is no end to our peas. We have are strongly represented.The .
who at the display of
STORE people sneer been picking them, eating and sell- watchword this term is real
affection that about
human centers
a ing them all the summer. The hogs service which will be the only and

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.FORSALE. tiny, ugly long-haired puppy. They enjoy eating them, too, and stay fat. real recommendation of our worth The 1aGt
the plaything the kisses that
envy are They are an excellent hog fattener. and the worth of the school. The'
showered it it nestles in the
upon as Well, our hogs have been eating col- school now exists: as a result of the OF CLEANLINESS OF
of the beautiful mistress QUALITY
or
arms lards cooked with shorts, watermelons sacrifice of life and the generosity of

perhaps they turn away in ill-eon- sorghum, pumpkins and corn. We humanity loving friends who would OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

cealed disgust. It all depends upon have barbecued some of them for the rather see hundreds of poor Negro FRESH AND SALT MEATS

the the inclinations of
the observer.disposition or students this summer and now have boys and girls given a chance to ob- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

thirty left and they are looking fine. tain an education literarily and industrially -
I 5) acres, quarter mile from city, half And so it comes about that dogs: Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
They are for making meat for the that they might free them-
in bearing budded orange and and cats and monkeys, even rats and and pure.
hard times. selves from the horrible chains of ignorance -
grapefruit, $1,500. mice and chickens, goats, calves and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
The orange grove is all right, too. superstition and vice and be
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young pips rise sometimes above their level everything in the Meat Line.
It seemed determined to do its best regenerated and born anew and an
bearing small house. 2000. and privileged with admission to
grove; are
under circumstances during the long ideal human being capable of think-
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good the intimacies of the family cicrlein H. JVC.: Self & Co.
drought, and while some of the groves j ing and doing such work as will be a
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking fact, they become "one of the fami-
are almost minus fruit, ours has a' light to those in darkness, giving PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
land. $600.00. ly," and are catered to and petted
two-thirds crop. sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf,
60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small like a sick baby. The uglier they are
The cows are looking fine, too, and and freedom to the captive, thus reflecting -
grove; 4-room house; good barn in appearance or in disposition, the
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and outbuildnigs. A at $1,200 lovable do to their
snap more they seem
"rib grr 4, beggar weed and pea hay. glory and honor upon themselves, the
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small partially demented owner. Effusive
ney promise milk in return. race, the state and America. SKATING RINK
house, garage and outbuildings.The demonstrations of affection are lav-
The printing department has kept Friends, one and all, are most cordially -
land corners on large spring ished them. Of course, it's I
upon no-I i busy this summer printing reports, invited to be present at the
lake. Very cheap, 1500. body's business excepting *'- at of I ..
catalogues, and other matter for the opening of school Wednesday morn-

40 acres, unimproved miles out, mistress for the pet can't help itself I I I school, besides minutes, bulletins, let- ing, 9 o'clock, October 6th. LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

$1,000. But there's another side to this pet DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
ter heads, bills and hand bills for Your grateful servant,

business, and a pretty serious side, many of our friends and customers. E. A. CHISHOLM, Principal. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

City and Country too.All INSTRUCTORS.Open .

animals including the human
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR on officer duly authorized, to take acknowledgments -
Property At War animal, are naturally dirty, but the LETTERS PATENT of deeds, II. E. Hand, and H. fl.Itaumgardner. .
10 to 12 2.3Q to 6 7.30 to 10.30
a.m. m.
and S. E. Ives Jr., to me well p.m. p.m., p.m. p.m.
human has certain instincts towards
known and known to to be the
me
that the undersigned persons
Notice is hereby given
Time PricesCALL cleanliness that are earnestly fos- will, on the 30th day of October 1915 applyto who subscribed. .to the foregoing charter and Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION
the Honorable Park Trammell. Governorof severally acknowledged before me that they .
tered by the strict watchfulness of > the State of Florida. at Tallahassee. Florida signed the same for the Uses and PUTJObebth..in

the mother from the earliest infancy for letters patent incorporating HAND expressed.
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In witness whereof I have hereunto set
OR PIIOXE ICE CREAM AND COLD STORAGE COMPANY : my
of her offspring. If you dor't believe under the following protadstl charter hand and affixed my official seal at Orlando.
Florida this the 2S>th day of September 1'Jlo 10 CENTS
file in the
of which is
E. C. the original now on
YoungRoom this charge against the other animals, dike of Secretary of State of the State of ETHEL* BARLOW.

watch the from his Florida. Notary Public.
dog escaping
10, McXeill & Davis Block. pet H. H. BAUMGARDNER. My commission expires February I., 1916. -- -
mistress rush to make the ncquain. HARRY E. HAND. Dickinson & Dickinson.
Phone 569.
of fellow canine. Note their s. E. IVES. JR. Solicitors for Incorporators.
tance
a
Proposed Charter of Hand Ire Cream and 9-30-wkot Rollins College Winter Park :
way of shaking hands and then hug Cold Storage Company ,
\Ve. the undersigned hereby associate ourselves -
your pet to your bosom, if you wantto. together for the purpose of becoming What is said to be the first attemptto
MisdirectedEconomy mcori-oratej and forming a corporation under Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,
of the laws of the State of raise vegetables for the winter
and by virtue
Music Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts
Expression, Bus-
But worse than the common dirty Florida with and under the following proposed
market on a large scale is to be iness, Teachers' Course.
habits dogs and cats and monkeysare charter.ARTICLE
I.
launched by W. T. Champneys at
subject to diseases which they The name nf this corporation shall be Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
Hand Ice Cream and Cold Storage Company Apopka the coming season. Mr.
may communicate to human beings. and its business shall be conducted in the nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of

Cats and suffer from tuberculosis State of Florida. and in other States of the Champneys will plant two acres of music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew

Trying to save a few cents by monkeys United States wherever necessary or convenient ground which will be covered with rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical

and with dogs they share The principal office of said corporation and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
having your work handled by inferior -hall be in Orlando. Orange! county. Florida slats and irrigated with the Skinner
the dangers of rabies and pneumonia. but the branch offices may he established at I soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,

hands. All fud-wearing animals fleasin other places in the State of Florida. system. boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Your personal influence is carry ARTICLE 11. I This industry has been tried out in nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
their hair, and sometimes other The general nature of the business to be *
greatly enhanced when you are transacted by said corporation shall be to : a small way by different growers address, SECRETARY Winter Park. Fla.
disease-bearing! parasites. Of course, manufacture buy sell and deal in all kinds
clad in immaculate linen. heretofore, and has proven so profit-
I particular pet be free form >f ice creams at w o .ilde iditn: to mufufacture. -
I your may
kinds f f ,
buy sell, able that there seems no doubt but
them now, but his hide may be infested products made from and of milk. at whole .
-ale and retail ; to manufacture, buy sell ice that Mr. Champneys' experiment will
OrlandoSteam with them next week.It and ice products at wholesale and retail; to successful.Use .

is possible, even probable, that produce, manufacture and sell electricity and prove
electric" power: to buy. sell and deal in. at
the human being may take disease wholesale and retail coal wood and other ORLANDO ROOFING

fuel! products, of all kinds: to conduct and Sentinel want ads.
LaundryFRENCH from an infecteed pet, and the early carry on a general cold storage business: to

stages of these diseases that are common conduct and carry on a Itt'nt'ralarehouse .-- ANL
:and storage business: to.n.. operate and
DRY CLEANERS to man and animals, are more conduct transfer and hack lines for hire and

LAUNDERERS di__cult to detect in the animal than to to buy.do a own.general sell transfer convey and and mortgage hack business contract -: H.R.BERRYA SHEET METAL CO.

in man. and contract for the sale and purchaseof
PHONE 88 real estate: to buy, own. sell and deal in
Men and women do not hug vipersin general in all kinds of gafden, truck, and

-- their bosoms, unless they are horticultural products and grove and orchard Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
products at wholesale and retail: to own. ,

weary of life. Sensible men and perate business and town.conduct. cultivate a general, and mercantile develop complete line of Ford Acces- '
Fire InsuranceCOOK :
and Rubber
women, realizing the dangers of disease groves orchards gardens farms. and dispose Roofings

from the long-haired animals, of same ARTICLE ph thereof. sories; a staff of expert mechanics

will not give them the privileges of The amount of the capital stock of this Cornices, Skylights. Heating Ventilating M'lal Ceilings '
corporation shall be $100.000.00. divided into to render satisfaction in all
& BAAS, Agents an only child. They will treat themas l.Oort shares of the par value of $100.00 each.which ,

faithful friends, but not as pets, shall be paid in lawful money of the lines of Automobile Repair
of America or property or ORLANDO
United States Works: 14 E. Church St. -
Christ Building for God never intended that we labor, or services as provided by law.

should outside the limits of the I ARTICLE -IV.. Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
go shall
I The term for which this (corporation
--- human race seeking something to j exist shall be ninety-nine ears. I
i I ARTICLE V. Gasoline, and fair and square

love. The business of the corporation shall be
For Sale At conducted by a President. Vice-President prices.
Secretary-Treasurer, and General Manager
ALONG MOTOR HOW and a Board of Directors. to consist of not
less than three nor more than five of its

Your Price I. W. Phillips & Sons are expecting stockholders. Th directors shall be elected Meat Market Inc.FULLY
annually on the third Tuesday in January of Yancey .
another shipment of five Dodge cars -arh year, and the officer" shall be elected ,

the latter part of the week. Four of annually the first by annual the directors.meeting Until shall those be qualified electedat For Nine YearsWe PAID UP

the machines will be touring cars and the business of the corporation shall be con- I .
ducted by the following officers: H. H. i I T. A. YANCEY. Jr.. Pres and Mgr.
the fifth will be roadster.
a Raumeardner. President: S. E. Ives. Jr..Vice- ;
have been in business at the
President: H. E. Hand. Secretary-Treasurer ORLANDO. FLORIDA
10-Room House, Lot 180x200, The new grocery firm of Rowland and General Manager I : and the following shall |I III. I
titnte the board of directors: H. E. Hand location Corner of South
'on c same
Empie has purchased a handsome Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
faces on three streets, 2 blocks H. Baumgardner. S. E. Ives. Jr.ARTICLE I I
Ford delivery from F. G. Rush.A VI.
wagon Main and Church Streets.
The amount of indebtedness or liability to I Florida and Western Meats
from center of City, east side. which the corporation can at any time sub-

valued this'jject I itself shall be $5fi./ ) .>x\ Phone 226Orlando's
exchange
For Sale at YOUR PRICE. office yesterday says: reaching"These chilly The mme and ARTICLE 1't'Sid..nr VIL the subscribing Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

incorporators and the number of shares
evenings remind sister that prettysoon subscribe by each are as follows: Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

she will be able to II. IL EaumsarJiier, Orlando, FIa.. 1)stares.
her
put away / Business 135 P.O. BOX 226

summer furs, dig up her diaphanous Harry E. Hand. Orlando Fla.. It:( shares.S. I' PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. "
E. Ins Jr.. Orlando, Fla., :3 shares. Leading Repair Shop
CARL DANN hosiery and abbreviated skirts, and I

bare her bronchials to the blasts." State ,.r F',,-.U. r mnU r-{ Orange: and Garage

On tau tia) personally appeared before me -- -. .










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I WANTS ;[ Worthington! BlackmailATTORXEYATLAW 1
ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORXEYATLAW

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: Phone G17
I The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet :
Directory is the Greatest Want
LAJSTDCte I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 ,Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Terror Cash-in Advance. I i ii i to worth Building.

Plaster and Lime
-
RATES
For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW \ DAVIS & GILES I
For Three Dajg _____-_____50c
,.v. For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$%.50 I ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW
This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172 I
I 25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the rate
Room 5 Watkins Block Rooms 5 6
r will be one cent per word for i I 7, 8-
1 1k' \ each additional word, for each in- I Davis & McXeill Block
I t sertion.If .
'. I ypu can't bring your ad to
: I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
I payable the following day.
.. r 'I 1Y ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
.; of' ':. ; Every Home-Every Business! R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT 1 I
Every Man hag use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
LAW
No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla

rust ;:'..\1.1'; Room 44

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
pII Y condition. Write Box 567. F. A. PEPPERCORN

II I I 9-23-tfc BUILDER and COXTRACTOR
FOR SALE-Abbott-Detroit touringcar
; first class condition; $:rif; Phone 37
,r : taken right a\\ay. Let us show it to
3 ou. Box i>3, Orlando, Fla. 9-2:' -Gt'

.A FOR SALE-.V MONEY MAKER DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeeping. : PLUMBINGSALLAS
Splendid location; large lot.
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. & SALLAS
9-19-3mo* Phone 716
I 208 Boone Street
I. SIX ACRES, five in grove mile from Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
I city limits on Conway brick road. BIdgSURVEYINt..s Phone 597.
Good six room house, including bath.
$4,000. Thoman, R. 1, Box L::.
y.26-6tc.

>>:? I FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract L. Percival Hutton
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. .
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
[ary Sunshine Delights In Keeping House 6-9-tf Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

I. (jng has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable FOR RENT PROMPT AND ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

If udgery,of all' the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- WORK Florida.
ROOMS TO RENT for light house-
.?., .by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Mary\ keeping; all modern conveniences.
Member F. A. A.
i '.:,,- in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffias fresh from the Gas Range! 312 E. South street. Phone 403. HAL A. IRISHCivil
9-24-Ct

t.:. learned to profit by this wonderful household help--Gas Engineer
FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir-

J .m experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. ThenI cle, furnished or unfurnished, by 47 Watkins BIdg. Orlando, Fla.
the season, month or year, with gar-
I Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. 9DR.
age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply -
ry along the path of least resistance to real enjoymer.t of housekeeoing. Is your housery to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-1moc Phone 72

or a pleasure?
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished roomsat

i t NDO WATER & LIGHT CO., GasDepartment rate to 306 permanent East Church parties street; no children; cheap Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L H. RAMSDELL
taken. 9-17-tfc
OPTOMETRIST
.-; :.: .. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO,
FOR RENT-By the season, month, FLORIDAWE
'" -- or year, one upstairs flat for light FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSDI

y '.. 1111111111 If 111111 11111__,.,., .,..,.. ,.. housekeeping garage, electric; also lights other and rooms bath, and in Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi. JZ.Ep.AmmO



jHffl: APOPKA CITRUS NURSIRIES[ 9-10-tfc WANTED WANTED second hand mahogany ARCADEMILK. McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

\ desk, suitable for library or officeuse.
State price and where can be FOR
seen. P. O. Box 175, Winter Park,

OCOEE FLORIDA Fla. 9-28-31 Caruthers FlowersLeave

WANTED Experienced stenogra
pher. Orlando Auto and Supply Co. your orders here
9- 8-3tc DEPOT

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- YOUNG'S an REPAIR outside SHOP service has depart-installed .Violet Dell Florist.

ment and is prepared to give you .
-
it Trees in fine condition the lowest
at very prompt attention. We have a compe-
tent man who will fit keys, repair BUTTER MILK J. &1. CARUTHERSPhone
your trunk, or do anything: in the repair -
r: ces :: :: :: ::
line. He is to at
ready
go your Fresh Every Day. 509. 408 South Lake St.
call now. Just phone :304.
9-12-lmoc 5c. per glass

25c. per gallon
When in need of canon '
a veterinary
The rainy season is the best time to set Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.
t-9-28-lmo CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep BUTTER j t
New crop onion sets just arrived, 375WestJefferson
one year's growth in advance of trees set Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. Fresh Homemade Street
Full line garden, field and flower
next fall.odayrfor seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man, SANDWICHES Successor to
prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc
-. --- -
Hand Wood CompanyWood
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and

\ Catalog, Description List, and lowest : : Repair repaired Shop.at Orlando Bicycle 9-8-1moc and ARCADE MILK DEPOT of All Kinds

prices to the above address PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to- PROMPT SERVICE-
mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake-
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, REASONABLE PRICE*
25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- GEO. BANSGHBAGH
11111. 111111111111111111111111111111- 111111111111111111111111111 endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry
land banana plants, lOco to 25c. each. I
Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Cabinet MakerDoors
I 9-15-d&w-tfc Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
I Harness Makingand r

I TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers Screens, Porch Swings,
Repairing repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
FOR SALE in the line is
anything
I ; repair
I our line. Just phone 304, Young's Folding Card Tables, Cedar
Ii M M'ill Repair Shop, and our man will! call Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- -
.
All kinds of leather repairing, such at once. 9-12-lmoc tals, etc. Also Repair Work.

i as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, All Work Guaranteed Better Known as "Jake the Plumber"HAS
RIDE
Golf Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
Bags
offer for sale for a few days hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc I
Auto Cushions and Tops, also
get scissors sharpened. BUYERS AND SELLERSI 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
operty corner Orange Avenue i ian your
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
and Boone Streets, known as 23!; West Church Street, in Hopkins over 30 years. Have handled over NURSERY TREES-Vaiencias, Par- '
S20.000.000.: Call and see me. son Browns, and tangerines; rough
Shoe Shop. 10-6-3m lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from
rink F. A. LEWTER.RACKARD'S
ating for $26,000. ON
property, Bassenper Hammock Nursery for sale WEST PINE STREET JUST
W. A. Boston PRESSING CLUB cheap by Hciry: V,. Smith, Wauchula,
down and balance $1,000 a year I' 9-16-12t Located in the Arcade Building F1a' Route 2. 9-23-1moc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

six All work guaranteed and neatly NOTICE
iterest at cent.
per I done. Our work is the best I am having many applications for
I houses, furnished and unfurnished.If .
and our prices are the lowest. you have any to rent I should be Phone 204
This is the place to have your very glad to list them. Call on Mrs.H. .
FORD TIRES[ -' d clothes made new. B. Leake, 312 Broadway, 45 East
Suit: :mbbed and pressed75c. Pine, or phone 179. 1-9-24-61

C.A.HOVEYSentinel Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit SLAUGHTER SALE A. B. Cook & Co.

pressed _____________40c. Buy your wall paper cheap for the
Front $6.75 All Palm Beaches scrubbedand next few days. Making room for our Christ Building, Orlando.
w
pressed ____________SOc new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
:Rear $8.25 Mohair suits pressed ______25c, Store 9-5-tfc., Court street. Phone 67.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus INVESTMENTS, LOANS
a trial and be convinced Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Want Ad 1100DI 1 JACKSON AND Clothes called for and delivered "while you wait" at, Young's Repair STOCKS AND

ORANGE AVENUE Phone 613. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESti



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;. c./: ; \*" ;,' ';;/" ,, LOCAL AND, PERSONAL Yf -XT s

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: : Dr. M. J. Hicks, of Kissim-
r : one
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f mee's well known citizens;spent yes- >
: in Orlando.Mr. a
;. terday .
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:' 't } ,-4
,'. : ( C. Frazier and wife have gone r. ._ Y ... :!_.j.-.7't ;,< .' : U

... Travel l 'i in '..Panama_ .;, to DeFuniak Springs where they expect : .... .'" %'0

to spend some time. EVEftYIk. ..
and everywhere FOR : '
on American: territory, is simplffitd by "A.B-A. %,, f
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f # ... ,Cheques. 'ThqTate.mdfch'safer to carry than cash; and they are ol ;.. .. v"1'"#
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Hamrick's :' !< .
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accepted like'currencyhy'strangers, where a check or draft would Ride jitney bus 5c. -JJiii:
often be'refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques lS-18-tf -- ,V
::tr' -
';areJult.- l.ntUyUaz.We recommend them to aH who travel for :
/:1: business;or.:pleasnre.i Mr. Jack Sullivan, manager of the $10 A WEEK :. .. .'.- I

:'" .. ,The:_ te.'Bank. of Orlando simmee Yellow,Pine transacted Lumber business company in, Kis-Or- ,i,. 1 : -y"

i 'I' ,, lando yesterday.Mr. ,:0, YOU SPEND :1i i !

'" ,, ,
iL.a YA A .... and Mrs. J.'H. Lee and son, : ,, 0 r. 't .: :
1 t prominent and popular citizens of ,: 1':' :

r f Oviedo, were among the welcome visitors c.!..,.. : .... ...rJ
to Orlando yesterday.
: :: :' tl,
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Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by "; ,, !
S. D. Lee twice a day from YOU fa: -
Spring SAVE' ; '
.
Lake Dairy. Phone orders to'J. B. ; i c .- : :, .'.. :.
I
Magruder, number 583-R. .
1-9-30-1moc : ;,

,w r. ro 1J.a Mr. Chas. Edgar-has arrived in Orlando :, + $10 A YEAR : i

from Richmond, Va., to look ,
1-- / after his orange grove in the Lake : .f : *

4Cf I Howell section. : -+ h r > i

rV rY Hr :II .. : '. ... t'J."
I Get your next shave at the Stand- "
ard. 18-21-tf : '

I," I Dean and Mrs. R. Remsen IF YOU ASK FOR t
i P ot- ...... '''- w.. ,I Ia It have returned from Henry a stay in the SAYINGS CHECKS{ ,

North during which they visited New
.
\ York ,
city. '
fc . .
\ Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. or '. .. i r
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18-18-tf : ,' I 0 ;- ..-.;. /,yr, ", :
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... '..:. J, "; ". ,' ..> :Jo.t
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p' 's I Mr. M. L. Bradley, law agent of :
,Jr. the Atlantic Coast Line, with head- The National l Bamt'it: .,.
Peoples ,
.', .
: :4"ELDER" quarters in Lakeland spent yesterdayin ;
.
Orlando. '
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Cooking butter at the Arcade :Milk :-.-:.
Depot, 25c. per lb. 1-9-28-3tc r'.4
Spring Water r TllliiillllUMIIIIIHMIIIOIilBllllillllMillltlMltlllllHiiltli '. .'
Mrs. J. R. Davis and mother, Mrs. ,
J .. .
A. D. Cornell, who have been visiting r '. 1
IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT,'PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, relatives' and friends in Tampa, returned "' lllllMlltilttSPECIAL -

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOODs home yesterday afte-noon. I ... .., 0', I. iI.\o 1
.. . I !1 I I. ..SI.I I 1..1' I1I1I1III [ 1.1 a III e ,1,1 H '_'...' I i I f i
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Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.: I "

;, TRY :Better TRY 18-21-tf :, ;' ).:. ( < ..' -.:' -

IT BEST IT Mr. J. M. Williamson, of Gabriella, : .r ; '
'
was a visitor to Orlando yesterday .\r :: : .
.. leaving during the day for White : : : : n

weeks.Springs where. he will spend several :I jN f

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tr ,
FREE-LIMES-FREE '
Three limes free to '
- every person

ir- entering buy, anything our store.just You call*don't for haveto the 1 Touring Car complete* ,good r hi g'conditjm. .

limes. Inspect our fresh flower and .
x garden seeds. Orlando Seed"and'Pro- i"
duce Co., 206 South Orange avenue. $175. < :
t.
: 1-9-28-2tc

: Mr. Robert Rooney has returned to "10" Buick 4 fine: i
Orlando after spending the summerin 1 -Model Passenger,: : {

Spring Lake, N. J. He reports J Jfj
having a good time but says there is running condition. $150.-4 t.:,';' :

,. no place like Orlando. .. ..... ..
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JUST RECEIVED CAR Checks and '
Deposit your Savings: :
let them earn 4 per cent interest for A
& ._- : LOAD OF you. 8-12-tf

-!;' San Juan Garage Company & r
: Mrs. D. McKinnon and interestinglittle
%j
\ Touring Cars daughters, Alice and Margaret, .
were in the city from Winter Garden Orlando :
-Daytona, ,
+ "to en route to Maxton, N.,C., ,to visit ; r
<- $ /.
,. .t' $482.00 Delivered relatives. : : d, $$1

DISTRIBUTORS"W' ..
Cooking butter at the Arcade Mhk j-. 5
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Depot, 25c. lb. l-9-28-3tc
per
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F. G. RUSH r-do. I., .: rt
Mr. and 3Irs. T. H. Evans are now 1 III II .J I I .. -. .1.- '. '
I111 a II .,11. 1111'1' .1 I "II" ,-t.t 1 f
en route to New York where :Mr.: '
32 East Church Street Phone 226 '
Evans will select his fall and winter '
0': stock of Christmas novelties in addi- . III' III' ", II," ,'IMIMMiMCCWho ll'l\

tion to his stock of watches and jew- : ---," 0:):

elry for his Orange-avenue emporium. : Will Be Your Executor? ,. ';": '

How much did you save last monthin ,... tit
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf .11t
ANSWER NO. 2 '}
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--- ---- -- Mr. Pasco Palmer, who has been Your estate may be materially impaired as a fRRd'; i ; 'g
-- spending some time with relatives in direct result of the appointment of an executor ;

1.1.lalllllll..III..IIIIIIIIIIIIII.lt'III.IIIII. the southern part of the state, returned or trustee. J1&
1 to Orlando yesterday after-
When an individual is appointed 14
noon. He was accompanied home by I I IIt
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his sister Mrs. Kate Whitfield, of The financial responsibility is generally weaker. ;

{ FALL WEDDINGS Dunedin. is usually provided in wills that the person 1,1
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused Y
Deposit your Savings Checks and from giving bonds. s
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for :
Are now giving us the cove ted opportunity to gladdenthe you. 8-12-tl When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- '

heart of the bride with an appropriate bridalgift pense of the estate and then only partial security t fir.r.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Townsend :
against loss is provided. 5
SILVER CUT GLASS [CHINA reached Orlando yesterday afternoonover When a Trust Company is selected. 1 f ;
the Atlantic Coast Line from
North Carolina where they have been The positive advantage of strong financial re--

ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE spending the summer and are again sponsibility is .

occupying their pretty home, 408 East A bond which has behind it the entire financial a"
Our stock affords an easy solution of the oft repeated Pine street. strength of the Institution is always filed with ,

question, What shall I give the bride? the Probate Court .* WIn mat to the estate.

How much did you save last monthin Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue '
Quality always the best-Prices always "Correct." cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf of this newspaper. -

ASK TOUR FRIEND TO BUY A FRENDSHIP LINK Messrs. W. H. and John F. Van- "

HERE; ENGRAVED FREE deripe and Capt. J. A. Lovelace' were Come in any time and freely ask for further J' j.II
among the well known Floridians visiting information on this vitally important subject. '

Orlando yesterday. They were You are always welcome, and our offics: are always -
making a general tour of the state glad to advise. ,
and were bound for their home in


T. He EVANS i i I Bradentotra.-- Doctors ----- = The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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JEWELER ;:[I Bllek rasttr! % Brmdase'! ) !! II'!10 Orlando, Florida tw

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> I p na1 In.t;u:foa uncsr Dr St.1J'' Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 '
tt: J'ksvim. Me '
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