Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00523
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: October 1, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00523
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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,1)1.'Y..'.1tt[..;Great.11' "Planne4: lung;With. .... ."!"}Movement'Ostend... asv !. rsr. ; (i 1OF FCOTotf'f ,. ( ,for ItWashiniton.sixteen submarines',,..tg pt:;(,30.'wereopened-: Proposals << CUTOfF: i lays"was The,lasfcofhe.Thursday. celebrated.'at,Continued;.. ':Jthe half'-Cbuntry bdi-, BQRTES7Q l<<,

4t ,the hitial'objective! ,};, ... .- 'r' it..the 'navy department"today., When tt.p: .sa Club yesterdayafternoon .by one of
''pces9'yhiade' -'i' ' competed they. will bring the't t l,of (i. : \he)biggest shoots which the '
NGR SS L1N .OFMLA. Orlando '
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"f; "' ..,..... JA' Unele $ 'S underwatecraft 'to FULL REPORT; OF SAVAGE ONE. MINER pEkB;{ONE DYING
v.J >: ap1 : up Gun Club has ,staged' thisj.season. A <
} ',jImiij fi s eptI8O() +The Fr ri nS ; ;W ftq; : UR., 74. :The new boats vrill.. be designed MUTILATION OF SOL- large number; were. out to take, part AT HAN NA.CITY, '

): 1mV p.t! lx Ythg3aecon4line 'o# 'CHASE OO,0OO XLELi primarily for:coast defense, although ''DIEw1S RECEIVEDNTEFS in the sport- anda very pleasant afternoon ILE1NOIS; .p

; efeAse'oCermariMdenfer t:' l they; will'have a'f steaming radius It : was,.en joyed. ., -. .< V

it-co.rin t"-'biassige the Champagxe s,"'tn- -offieaal'district! ,t'e north ; S:;: [W@E_MORE GOfONGoP which Atlantic will,,ocean permit if necessary.then. to'.,cross the. GtWBREGON[ f .lORiON, some These. time.shoots The will'scores'be 'continued made by for the i MANY OlERS}{ MAY.AlU$ ,PERISH 1

rtlt- tonightsttite.i 't/'tt.-. :; : .. .It .In"dgsigqd: equipment, the ,new ,tAt : - ' contestants yesterday follow: -
r ;;; siking, 'sledgegreatforceg- U boats tiwiU be, modelled; after the Shot at roke.
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n owder Mills ,at IndianJHeadSfiU *
t eight' craft;of the K,class already in Head of' Constitutionalists Geo. Keller _-______ v-60 17 'Work'of, Rescuing Delayed by
11 ,) EJ' Doable rs Mr. Clark :.. _____ :__
Soon 50" 42
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commission of the - Entombed
;rwithjall; improveBents' / }=nJ'rs"Torreon and Will Fires .250
it'tremendous ;
hu..men : ': '*** J- D. Barnes i__::___-__: 50 45
lied .T, A-C *r f Manufacturtd" of theriatest, or L .class,,eleven Peel _1_ .
.effflrts'to bfeak.vtigh on l o Decisive Villa ; --- 40 ,24 Feet Below the
:ttlenvidQ. ont'aild' lfoU' ack the : ef. which.'are already built, or build. JForce: : : B. Beacham, J r. _-..____s. 50 26 ) (.. ,I .
fit ;;J! .. Y Powder "1 EiigagerrientWa2ilnEton M. M,, Smith. 5030 Surface . e-! '
,. : Clrown's artyitt.tt'Ar; ,,-, "' '''' rC : ,' ing.. They gill havea length 'of 160 : -?;- :'
:" : g (' J. C; Otey __,- 254. 14 .. : '
.if: 'gonneVon'Herigen's' feet with.a; 17{/dot beam, -a surface ...."
,, ;"' 'fees.stfchiWest'tluntigh: manHeinof.Alabama" Washington Sept:. 30. Congresai. displacement,of r450 to-475.; tons and ., $J o'l1u; wardepar6nentstoday.sentthe Overstreet 11. E.Johnson-,.._,..,?,- '50'1 50.9:: 54 :4; Peoria, .. IttV-.Sept. ,.30.-One -

: ["< .. ": i-..,... ;. t..t. V a'meni&&... :.an'underwater; ,displacement: some ; state de E. RBliss _._ __:_:__, 25'.8, mangy dead, 9ne'? 'dying, land..:,75,
I .. ;, I ber'pfthe house; committed :>iAlturef l .\ack'Martin ..'i.L. _.'_ ,
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.t.. 0pto8v ,They whet make-a'moderate partiafnt;i'report.4tom! :Gen ,Fimstoa : > btfiers-1 bur eaaJive-is thel result?
+* Importantgains ...ISiltlediii ........_. .. ;.
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calle f'pppn..the secretary,501 HJ Wichtendahl : : ; .t. 15 .7
; ... ;:'<, the Paris.'mjdright. cpi ai'gue -. c d th.secretarybf th badayrnud #ed ait'fil1 13 to 15_ 'knots an hoof. I on'' death of er: :Richard J'Jobnsdnofthe'trvedith D.:J. Biedler.? - ..>....... 15. "' T of an explosion. ,in the-mine: of
uf navy 'thesurfsi. &. ; ; .cavalry; who the, Logan; Coat company at. >
artd'Beilin aam Hr -'J. D. ,
Pi,that" di'scusse&-with them)the-ad; Barnes was high gun at>tneGun' ,
l : : i was'. terriblymntijated Jijy the. Mexment Hanna '
,N 'l n n f.t1 ele. ministration's poi tbo xiaval constrartorshavebe ; <;Wb.with-.4S.,01,1ofSO. ..... City tonight. -
,' :I!as 9'tut"d'\I! \}>" French,.' ; ''and particularly.rogram :\Ifee:hse'bd"" d' ible aseertain-." thes&11; t4 :icane Jw question, of :{eparation is < The race between Mike Smith' and The explosion. occurred; early
: Wiirhthejiandsof
r.weatheFrench,andtf4 veeselg ;. er3sr the ld'U'bogts n thektatedepacrt- Goo, teller: for 17'bitdsAV":won tonight 25O'feet belowHhe: sur.fa .- _
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: cotton Imten 1f.5'\Avf'
'maniiffaearedinggunpowder '
1f.A. and ;,. land,.the. war department; ac' .of the earth and over 4
eeenrly the armile!
B :"arerfighting.forararctfu! = .., Mike Smith with .i.4.out of 17to 1 el-. ?
: and'.otb r'ex losives.\ ; ,, ,
'f to- officials is from" shaft *,, .; ; -V
\ 'r'iouslyjnefforttotakQ"Lenss :' '; cording "'powerless to ler's 8 out of 17.J. t. : 1.r 1. the -ja !-
Mr. ''Heflin the .
suggested that "' -a F
,Along theC ,"Bejgian 'coast*,:the government ac.t-.l.rvli.Y' ,:,. 'JZrKtheil'own aft to[avenge the crime American' ; Seventy-seven men ,QereJnear; '
ip buy 450,000 bales "cottoEf '
(ifJs--i deiitdthathe" :KoMiera are without'authority to'cross I the'viciliity'ofthe exptosiort''Andj
)British* fleet;,;:in; .co=apeyatian and, 250,006 bales;of linters ito" meet have"a: ; LADIES' AUXILIARIES TO G.-L-n. the '
i ; re"ntombed
with' 'rench4laild biltteriehas) will w ntt"ir Germ .: JV by fallingslate
t.. ; ,Jts bombardment: ,ofOrxrtianipoiitionsdad the munitions requirements: of ,,6urajrmy idiot aridr brdiIQralada i ;i Funston, in his ''reporton, :and "rock-. A ;rescue crew: ; g
; -.lresWP.Nl ' and:nsvy.and. that1:on;accoutof tiona'$or t;:Sea : 1 foopr' Johnson says' that .duringthe t Washington, Oct. i.-s ssioD8'the \ d? .which penetrated the mine 're*; i
:. }; ; !! great the short cotton crop'and includingthe 'weekEsae. Legion of Loyat an4oCervladies
fj omen covered
hting Progreso the .dead
Whilg near en man's'tbodyf
for >
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,.$\Y$a.n1d 1g:. ,MQve ..is'abo t ito't lierepo demand*.for 'cotton and;' lintersfrom ;many ,
l auxiliaries of ; '
mght 5f 23-24 the Army' ;
e *'bio:1he they can cross. the1 +akeanas5lJ+lthei t September the Mexicans : ahdv.a 'time. later .an in-
.t): !olaunche4'it British iv1b) .'Qsten'd'a: :thenfl: Europe for warpurpOSes; :that speed will not permlf.'to aceom- :: inder Carranzista officers ;statitaed of the.''Jtepublic, held'here, in connection juredjnjan';; was.{ound.;' f&te fire

'it ,objec t e, ..! this government: had better get)old, pany tbe, eei,., 'The:xmly'fleet'goicgs -.at f,LaB;.Pedelo's',made'a cross- with- 'the'Grand Army encampment broke otitshortly. ftu'tw jrtin'jLhad t
1' : : y : ,1 : .this supply early in December << r -* ""''
!; made:
_jsf: 1"- flp j tfV .' ,i ''itesi ''KUi j*-'* f rtfi 'T bi t lri* *t7.ay.Lttt'r f-rr. fcathe'Schley fc caf '... I; '.. ,f.t..Jfti' ,. "the. peseace,: were 'ofb]no Reth'DaMPliince : ; reUlovedand it .was :
,..::, *f JLiv r:.** iLtft; .' y'vj,08D BEING i'' .. *Two other aiigtlat''-..lioatghave : 0"9" .:;.w.I' paIllon. : uearl'duJiff'Beforelte"Site
'5 ...: C SHiID T:PENSAtOLAX: the matter up'with theirexperts' and beers.authorizedpgivever: 1Thesg ''anjI nade' a?.prsoner, ,.president jhe' National.As- re extbi uisl ; fe %
,' have the information ready by December ha 'f' = sociation. -of, Army Nurses, Mrs: ;< drescuinthe,
ioaias and I .
.AiwH '" late'st-sgome bee! ctaftit lh&ath ) .'. "lj8hot x'Frexcvorkzi en"!
}&;' '," Ia"b'la-porgld:: meaeyor: *; fl:when congress:meet*;: Secietaryanieis i tlike t he1ioats'of thcKawith' ; i.l, :*.'> eB!' acres ;to 'Ponce is ,a famous war nurse: :and: i,tombed 75 1 en't.i$, ndert..way.; .i..
? .. { informed, .Mn Viefiin i. r ti was! tJl'th jjufist of honorduring the'enampipeat
.;. dens. rttnlsted i ':Penaae0la: ; o e small,guaJon derk'and'fourtorpedo ; :qua 't r without'pre i None 'of thenjeYinjured1kr: .
... !( , tba't rn9teleoUon than'ual will be "" }
: .
; ':a,d"I' itve-;baShed" ,byra. : -tubes, two: for / d ftwo':;aft: 4 offfive -tiiR-.h.. .. this week
'Ji1' .:__ 'J.:: ;the 7.,.,+;.1- :.: required by the ,governm en t'powdel'milIaat' They, win be_ equipped"..iitb''the lead _ur.l\t a a d I'3d;14.1 f ,carped bShe.M gded''a's one of the most ID\XIE HIGHWAX'TOUKSTARTS:
0. \
nug" ." .
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".1.\ Indian. Head because the :
;' ... : # ; vigoroiiSlvomery; iii Grand Army circles !
and FROM
: reaain "
.,; L type:of storage 'atbterv-empIay-e'ljQn 'wa-f jeMre hil' CHICAGO_QCTOBERi ,
: }'ftc>1!:tbeordft': $; : na
! '
I piaA Lkeielsbeuig: 'Will '
ss''Ji7.! .-.t' ,t.: alds ;'NewiJer eitlarged most of the 'submarin'es 'ali ady:'In #hrown': r ith ;R.O Grand l'J'fhis: andT ,served,-:with other wo.men. BEACH;MiAMi. per, 22,
{ ..tb'.. ., :,.. ; y $
soot onb1JJjtscaitpritof inannfac.
... )'t.. ,.An1lllM'UIU I of. " 'd \ commission.. While" ,this; batter4r4a: aitei"fl t Ize;given' much aleight with the- sanitary commission' during i

: .'}blatikkislid IOstlA/.l seal-of monev'tb? afflce.ptd ef. tured$,powder,Il *i,; tati ... . 'not.JfaultleSs,, the naval experts ton Iwhe th ",;, niter;:States- American the, great, s- 'gglibet" ween the'states. : Chattanooga,Tenn_>-:More carathan ;;

7' ofii6ae order:'blanks, ; sides*the much discuFsed Edison list 1Onff te' i October 8'meets to 'Her.hom.i. 1n'Laiicasterr, Pa. and i ever have. been gathered.toge&er' Jit

1 l"-- tioatn.; pia pa: .',? ree n''c disap orea ORLANDO 0PwINTER tery as: still Rin::flhe, experimental :eo Jlside ,ih,, e questioi3'dt.the''re'cognition s1e.is. honorary' member: of'the"G._ A. any one:jroces8lpn to meetJtheX Dixie,
;: EST RESULT : ""i' : R. at Phoenixvllte. it'was commissioners on their' inspection
: tth '. Stag It is. claimed for"..ihe latter : f."arranza.y ,: ; post -
1leared.ft'onf postofticer
$ -
;and8r se'j4lus: vicinity: g? ,GARDEN- : ELECTiON i :" battery thatvit'!* ',doe waf with danger l GeiL'Soottt clii r"Of'stitr; ; said'.toj in this village' *that 'she and her tour ,of, the western-'division. 't y

t.. ''ff } tf ,' tn will be cashed, oeestefa from chlorine gas, and it has been i day tbi',G nFOOsf:: n""hP.danipte: . ,friends made,articles, for'the';soldiers. of the.,Dixie highway, which:'starta

'\'either'' : >""Penaacolaor. ; 'West,Florida, Winter Gard bathe.: th decided totry it, out on'two of the :thority to\rdea1withth.e\: sitttatioi;:iie Twenty-five war:: .nurses, all; ,who from-. :Chicago Saturday, October,9is'

\F and:fmerchants and business:: hot'. political; figtt.*:'On. sw; underwater fighters. But asIt' ..coshtimes l said ,that,':.GenKFunston: .bad:general!. survive of Hhe many 'ydung-'girli"; and the assurance given the Dixie highway #

4'' ah.ukhwtoirieecare: : ',in'i'asiiing'thezi.Ii4ozderispresented" men; ; October 5, an,election.>Will beheld>aV;' three as much Js.the lead type, I orders under'which he :cou4 make women who went to 'the battlefields AasociaiJon by'N:. (J.pres-: .

; ; : : ook';iit the that place lor' City officials. kW>?s. its' general adoption-in the navy has! sueh'representat1! n! '-to'Fthe4rtanza: on their errands"of mere' in'the'i.six-; ident, of the Atlanta Automobile association -

"{serial3"nuinbeti? ;; it.. is'rspuriou'sVile}: : Bell S.rT. Willis, W. P Whipplej'iandA riot'yet been determined upon. I leaders as he might deem 'necessary ties,,were 'the",..special guests. -z of :-the on,behalf of the automobile
," f Wifl ea. lroaie! 'VUnmber 'between'; 26623z J. P....Swaidmark, have announced ;'The,' new' 'vessels, for which bids and compel them to 'suppress the raid-, legion/?.. owners and Dixie highway boosters

!. h?-a"' 00,to"these< the. .. blanks themselves as candidates for'the of were, opened;:..today.will require two ers;/on Mexican soiL. -Another Interesting figure at the of Atlanta. and"Fultoni- ? county. This

t j i h;halve.disapJieared.. Ji. fice of mayor; and C. A.:Roberts, II. years.in'construction.. '" ,.- session today..was: :Mrs: George Wade statement is an.example of the' inter-

been cashed C.'Bntttand J. B. Cooper_are, -he :: \ Obiegon:Busy: McCletlan, sister of Jenrffe 'Wade, the est and enthusiasm which is being

r' r ''\ tevet9Ners'have c'r1f'-o'JQr, each fourfor race for alderman, .and ,II. D, 'e 7: >TEW." "YORK SPORTS PICK.BCJSt Washington Sept.. 30(>-The Car-. young tgir :w -,iai.killed duririg the manifested, all, along .the, route of the
$100 ,', _
t.. .l..: ,!,, ,'each and IjOne.for .?,6jOO"The.numbers is a;candidate for clerk and asesSorl; : t :f TON; AT ODDS;OF 6 TOXS. ran.za. agency has announced, .the receipt battle of, Gettysburg: while'baking tour 'and shows the determination of '
'jtl ; ':,,' bread for the,- Union the Southern to eclipse-jf -
'1 '. the, orders were ,, : -=--:.. of a formal -report on ,the entry -. soldiers. With .city, possible
"' pf NEGRO. STRUCK BY AUT03IO- her mother 'and sister, Jennie Wade, the demonstration planned l r'the
\e720. 2721, 27Z1.273112732 and 2733. ewj'yor'k, 5ep't. 30j.:':'The first intimation -i.of constitutionalist forces! onto; the
'BILE INJURIES NOT then only 20 old, at work president 1i.1Allison;and :the other -
Each Was sign d,by.James Anderson, ; ofthow the sporting fraternity tity of Torreon, 'under Gen. O regon.From' jean was
; .S SYesterdaY' in a louse overlooking the of commissioners on the start of their
postmaster.* The 'remitter appeared s_ viewsMhe chances of the Phillies and this point Gen.> Obregon, according "valley :
u'c. C. Cox, and the payee af! AA;: Red Sox ,inthe coming combat for to their advices, intends to death-: at Gettysburg.* It was on the tour from Chicago, when the Chicago' ,

Tlardey, .Of course, the partyr irei/- ;afternoon while working the world's title came today. I advance upon 'the VUlistas andforce. third day of the'great battle,'that a Motor clop expects to have! 500 or

latingthe'money.orders may use dif. vFith e Church street' in front of the Orland Gotham commissioner r -I . ered-the house and struck her as she of'Illinois to accompany "them from
ferent names; in the fature..He;also battling announced '
hotel. jlh.Robinson"; : negro, was he had commissions to '- THE WEATHER '- was -at her task of preparing bread Chicago to Danville, 111.. Telegrams k:
another '
use name postmaster: ,
;for'4ndersep.may: is.;nolonger:postmasteratLeonardsV'but.hewilInse struck by; an, auto, driven by R. T. 6 to 5 on the Boston'd b'to win. for the weary soldiers. She died in and.letters are.flooding- the office of
;Stringer and painfully injured. The stantly. the association in this city expressing
; the Le a. ;man; was given medical attention immediately : i. FO/Florida: Probably local After the.war the sister, Mrs. 'Me- akeeidnterest in the tour and giving'every .
The October cooler
Ikrdsrordertand: ; the 8eftal"number magazines are a de today northwest portion;
,- and the physician in Clellan,moved to Iowa and later became assurance that the road woul* '
to light, and entertaining to south -
s wilt,have, be'some number between. a degree. strong winds diminishing to- "
Z66Z and'2S06.: ir"'" charge' ,'of.: the:case stated that it was Curtis & O'Neal, book store. nigh.".over northwest portion! a member of" the Woman's 'Ret I be placed in _th'e'St possible :'condi-
not of serioas, 'nature. lid tion and
{ a Corps.. ": every car.available sent out
man is'doing-the :
\\Ai: white work'andbs : r .
to greet the tourists. a
evidently been the-city oniyaMOrl : ", c
time.LHe'ina'y n wVbe gone.and .( ,. HORSE;SItOW AT THE PANAMA- -
nay work in some' 'other'place'. in :. ,Galveston Tex. wire B PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL"EXPOSITION _
Sept. SO.-A :
West Florida.: .e' Miles Wireless' London/Sept.'30-The British casualites -
d By TelephoneWashington
... l less message received: here early today '. io the h recent offensive actionon I
New,Orleans stated that at (
PROFESSIONALS :CAPTURE .rim the 'we&ternr'front included Lien-: "
;; 2 "o'clock the, water in the streets of San Francisco. .-A. 'double horseshow
STOCK'MARKET D C.-Long" (distance' Successful operation-of a device forantoniatically''transferring tenant GeneraOSIr. ,Thompson Capper '
.,. the city was receding rapidly, and the :! combining, exhibitions of both
.- . I'stage''cf" the river also' was going wireless' telephone communication I : the con- and Major General'. G.,.H. n sigerbOtk' ; the' breeding and" the performance
NewYos;; !'? in was established for the killed. .. : ...
; down.: This dispatch placed the'num.tier"of'aeadin i first time \' rsation's"originating on; wire cir* classes of animals' will be the. first

the mote 'i prominent: >: wa-r shares New Orleans at five. Wednesday when experiments extend- cuits also was accomplished:;, President .' : .. . .' ... . of the autumn, serieseof live stoc'kshows
iits -several i. *' a. *
ranged ftpm "Ma 12 pV! this group, Indication were, the said, ing lover:: ..months"culminated I.sty. to be eonducte4 by the. Pan t
-including'BalJw n' LoConkotive,.iack- ,that the. damage"1;; to message property had in transmission the human voice by : Theodore N. Vail;, and.other officersof i "MISS"* 'MINNIE' BREAKS ama-Pacific: >'International! Exposition j

awanna Steet'and; Tennessee, Copper. bgencpgsiderableBASEBALL: radio "from Arlington, Va., to ;Mare : the American Telephone and I. ANKLE IN 'THREE'i at San Francisco.' It began September ,.
United:States. Steel,=whteiyetalnedits' ; # ,:Island,.California,.2,500 miles.away.: 1 Telegraph company .at New York; I ; .PLACES 30,.and will end October 13thlDEFEATED. g 'i
place Ira a market Pfd;: manifested :- "' : RESULTS The' experiments were conducted talked easily with -the. JIare.,Island :. ---1_ ;j

; & backward* ""tendeitcy.',the' 'early 0 under .direction/ tit Captain Ballard; : station thee conversation' traveling I. While chasing a ,midway steer, GERMAN GENERALS 1.
dealings but'1a er' advanced, 3-4to: American League chief of.tte' navysradio-service[ : in tvei an ordinary' metallic line from (sneer the"1 South'Florida ranch, s '. RDIOVED', .

79 U2, equalling its recent nigbi price. Washington 3, Philadelphia 4. ieo-operai ion vriththe American Telephone -' New:.York to Arlington and! thence. by f southwest? of- Orlando, Wedns-;_* 'J

Transactions< in;,-the' first hour approximated Others Detroit'-not 2. St. he Louis
450,000 sharesez. eeding National League I the Western Electric eompanyJ ..Seei "The fact that the vices -can' be a' pony.>"Mia8_ :Minnie," 'running, it Jf announce. that two generals, unnamed hi
-*]; recent' records. ',ACtivity dimin- > New York 2. Brooklyn 0. i retary Daniels, announcing the result 1I started. on a land ;,tire and'automat: *.' fall. Speed* stepped upon ii. 'pal- '! 'I' have been dismissed from: i

fued alig bUy in.the second hour. Boston Chicago 8,Cincinnati Philadelphia,3.. I tonight, predicted that further development icaHytransmitted; tofn Voice'radio Biette'root ,and:broke her' ankleS German commands' in the westernwar

Crucible. Steel asstimedetbe\ ; center St. Louis 5,. Pittsburgh 6. i Uf.'wireless' ; telephony' would transmitter,'' said Secretary JDahiels, S 'tniree piaees.,':Strange to say [ zone in connection, with the recent :k
of ,the stage at this juncture.Issuing Federal League 'make .greatchanges long 'distance '"ho dS' out hope that persons-inlane *' the. punt Iwnt ( i .her feet the''* setback at' the hand' -_of the ;

iii large blocks up to 1051-4, afterse&ng Brooklyn 2', Buffalo 3. communication"
'. ) a&,low as" 100 1 2 in the 'firsi Baltimore 11.8, Newark 4.3-5. I naval service and 'abo in commercial with others at sea throughsome thought that recovers' ., dispatch from Amsterdam to theEx, *

1; .bone "" Pittsburgh St., Louis 4, Kansas Chicago City 2. c usage. .. central transmitting.station._ .r'. ., . .. sUfI._ .' ,.. .e change Telegraph companys .

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THE DAILY j IX THE WAK. IA Poem For The Day | I
South Florida SentinelMORNING In an appeal for more army sur- i Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
AND WEEKLY :geons to accompany the new detailsof STARTING ANEW ante-9-17-lmoc promptly. Christ building. GARDEN SEED !

JI/. ;:. GLENN .....................Editor British troops to the front Sir
W. C. Sl.NGTON ......Butioru Manager James IJarr. vice-president of the I will start anew this morning witha
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Florida British Medical Association and a higher, fairer creed;
.. Second ClaM Mail Matter. I will cease to stand complaining of
lieutenant colonel in the royal
army The Cathedral School
my ruthless neighbor's greed; I New
fl,. I Slav ........................ IS.OODaily. medical corps writes; I will cease to sit repining while
1 Mouth ...................... 2.10 "There will W no course open but duty's call is clear; ,
DaiI,. 1 Montha ...................... t.21 United States to fill I will not waste a moment whiningand ArrrvedCome
Dail,. I llonth, ....................... JO to apply to the my heart shall know no Orlando' Select Boarding and Day
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 1'.0 up the necessary: complements of med- fear.I School for Girls in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality
ical men if this country can not pro 16th Year opens October 6th 1915
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS rATABLE IN- duce the requisite doctor will look sometimes about me for Primary, Intermediate and Academic Seeds and Low Price
ADVANCE That England in any circumstances the things that merit praise; Grade
I will search for hidden
TO ADVEBTISKRaiC should defend t>n the United States include the grumbler's gaze, Also Musi..*. Art Elocution Physical
,r G.r *M>l I.u1 all .ik.t ...*..... for army surgeons .ho\*. a unique I will try to find contentment in the Culture and Domestic Science. City StoreJ.
,..4v.rUilo( .aN to .....* !. .. tit* ...>.?.. condition of thing and one implyinga paths that I must tread; Drug
.ffit. .{ Mi. BtiiHnd .ol l.t.f .ha. I .. .. tribute III American medical I will tease to have resentment when For Catalogues address' the Hector: ,
U.. 4y k fit. ....''w.UTI tree l 1"lit. rate another motes ahead.I Iler. Roderick 1*. Cobb. A. )1.
.b.. l., anlrM k4.Hlil..|| ll Mt.r.d.ll..d ". the American
W .m be ttricUr .dh.r.4. ... proficient Certainly Orlando EL. I.. DEAN: Prop. oltr .\sn(). TLA.
.. doctor hat had. his full (hare t>f gloryin will not to swayed by envyhcti
e?b.eib.r.- .Ltlnl The .lIlIn.' dnron I the Kurf; >i>cin conflict ray theN fit)' ritttl'a\ Mrt'hKtn i as thown':
ilnv4 (k ul4 tiullfr .he offir i..ritt..0 .w folk'" World. Whither: fighting I will riot deny his ,merit !but 111
ili. d.U $ tb r.to. II will 0.
oalter.J fta:1.: : : !.: utw flt>tk)* I4 tI\, plague in SvilU 'If patching Ut' strive to I'roIII) wwtij;
mil MllM in .(<<. .. ,",.I...&. .. I will try to see, the t beauty *pi tu.1 l be. It Is Said
Tt..'K... N..k-f ...................... I' tinwounde.I vf rrrhrh fthdi 1lclglanbatttettldl fore tw, ruin fir shine; 1
) ) }>(.< acquitted MnutUn I will ..,.:..e to preach your duty I nndI +1 .
nUlI.uCI'umu) : i. MS
;far M. I'ror..1'he Hi lu"* .:ul"111". -llrltl.h Wtikly. except n train that !
l.au&h1I1&& : in the sleeve It Lettel Urn tlonut fame fur American surgery . has: gone. I FUNERAL Ullt.l'TItSU: KMRALMER*
than tmlltlnj* n hoarse horse ha-ha in & and Medical practice in 'a field E:,tT 1"11: l'IiI\I'I.U: 1 If there people in Ornr .
nre nny -
the parlor. 'where' it had to meet the test of the 11' WILL DOOU (;JOOl -
u most exacting |f pine, >t e county who have not yet Real Valued Low Priced
I'lrtJoni nt the teas turns to mean o apple! after a meal Id quite in accord eaten lit the Model Cafe there i U

ttinc AU.me-J to hate a big tru ujh& : : : TIII: cmxsu ance with physiological indications, stil! time--day or night. COMPARE
navy to lick any other nav)'. mix ox A WAIT. since fresh pineapple juice contains a No bombast or pretense aboutit

O i A good deal *>f fun i* l>(in IlOlt.'c11 remarkably active digestive principle just the best: that can bo OUR FURNITUREWe
Home people the .*af i ty first similar This has
pay at Henry ford for his idea t>f a jitney ; to pepsin. principle served at the moderate prices
game nil right. We refer to those submarine teen termed "IJro01 Un." and KO powerful
who tend unsigned I Jtttcr tu the Stn.tintl I' rhal"e Henry i It wrong about the is its action upon proteidi, thatit charged. provide the quality of furniture that has. lone lien accepted
for implication., possibility' ..t ruining! a Kurd underwater will digest as much at 1,000 times Our 23c. meals and Inc specials by' knowing furniture buyers as the standard tf merit. If
u but.. I.e certainty! can point to its weight within a few hours. Its should appeal to those who on article i) here it is good. It wouldn't te l.tre were it t>thcrwise.
What had Itcome of the small Loy oini'ishul "oik'" lit the building. ofMotor digestive activities vary in accord desire the best at a reasonable We can't make this point too ctt'ar-it is ere of the foundation!
who used: to Kit out l> hind the tarn. car for little money.Wl ance with the "kind <>f | any l>u>rr.

to smoke .Also what hall become ot, ...r. a man bar I.mun his capacity it i h "uf.Jl'Ctt'tl.'h n a slice of fresh =-.: -
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the barn: It'* a b-urage'. in one line it tova not mean tJf pineapple it placed upon a raw tccf. 11cr'ing the greater quantity
u eourrr, that l-e will be A8 successful teak the surface of the steak l+c. of oysters we are alwaysable McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCK
Right on tor of nil our other woes intry other line but It means that conies gradually gelatinous: owing to to have them fresh.
{ fall the thaUow of a (>o gU.!le *\tea !I., l inn the Intelligence and business the di .ei-Uve action fit the enzyme of We have served thousand: of Comer Orange A.c. and Church Street Orlando Florida
jicsxloti of the IrgUlaturr.! That it and that it going quit the juice.
obilitt. u way the best people! of Ormuro; ) Coun
one man' uplnion-Wewd.! Nothing i ii' say tine und don't forget it. i Of course, digestive agents exist ty. Wo hope to servo thousandsmore
r doing! If )'0t, '1 inclined to scoff' at thecheui alao in other fruit, but when it la
who appreciate well cooked
----- - { little submarine, which nnyr nuMmM that nn average .1ulIIIr.f.
\Va never read in tho ocltty column irvututlonlie' warfare under the water apple will yield nearly two pint of food! and prompt service.TheModel .
About bow groom* are .ir as J I bftl en the water, remember: that it is juice it will I I""* wen that the digestive
R at U'tddlni, That Ii not fair and the] I only' fifty years since another in*en. action of the whole fruit must 1141 ICILaeOF arket
; t futh: t groom are present should lion was laughd at and called a cheeae enormous. The activity of this peculiar .
at least be mentioned. is in CafeFIELD'S CLEANLINESS 01 QUALITY
box on a raft and yet the same agent destroyed
k o cheese box on a raft put out of commission the rooked; pineapple but unless tho OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
With plenty of automobiles six or every wooden battleship in pineapple is preserved by heat there FRESH AND SALT MEATS\
,; eight servants and golf and tennis the world and was forerunner of the is no reason why the tinned fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.E'cr.thing .
p equipments many of our city people gigantic superdreadnaughts of today.So should not retain the digestve i ipower.
, find it quite pleasant roughing it in the war may bring out another Unlike pepsin the digestive principle screened away from the flies and kept fresh
j the simple country life. idea that will take away the terrorsof of the pineapple will operate in and pure.
fe o the dreadnaughts and send themto an acid, neutral or even alkaline medium We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
According to a well known scientist the scrap heap while at the same according to the kind of proteid CHOCOLATE everything in the Meat Line.
1 the doctor who prescribes beer is a to which it is presented. It VANILLA
time providing ample protection may
nincompoop. We knew there was a against invasion from the ocean at a therefore be assumed that the pine- H. 1VL. Self Bev <::;0.

t "kick" somewhere, but always cost that will not stagger the taxpayers apple enzyme would not only aid the TUTI FRUTI PINE STREET
y thought it was in the "hops." of the nation. work and digestion in the stomach GUAVAICE
o Give Henry Ford a chance. but would continue that action in the
The man who goes to his tailor's to There is enough inventive genius intestinal tract. Pineapple, it may be CREAMS.
order a pair of the new skin tight left in the United States to keep addgd, contains much indigestible
,;; trousers is probably the same one who ahead of th eprocession in any line matter of the nature of woody fibre,
e?'' a few months ago was ridiculing wo- they work at.-Miami Herald. but it is quite possible that the decidedly AUTO LUNCHESA SKATING RINKLADIES'
men for wearing hobble skirts. o digestive properties of the
o TilE FIRSTQUESTION juice compensate for this fact.-Pen-
Those who have served in positions sacola Journal.
; r ; of trust are not BO quick to criticise The first question a prospective o SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
those who have and haven't DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
v as never real estate buyer asks is whether a Every man who has spent three SANDWICH 23c
... the ability to get into a position lot is located on a bricked street; andif days of his life as a devil around a -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

t" where they would be criticised. he has his eye on county propertyhe country print shop wants you to believe INSTRUCTORS.Open .
o asks if the farm or piece of landis that the only reason he didn't We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
Turkey is levying a war tax on foreigner 10 to 12 2.30 to 6 7.30 to 10.30
on the county bricked highways. become a famous newspaper man ii a.m. m.. p.m. p.m., p.m. p.m.
a *. The Czar might do that and Delivered for All
Orlando has fourteen miles and Or. because there isn't money enoughin
along his western border but h. ange county sixty miles of pavement it. Occaelon Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
! would undoubtedly have a mighty and property values on these stretches -
hard time making his collections. of Improved streets and highwaysare

. esteemed o going up. Engraved Stationery and ADMISSION 1O CENTS:
One of our exchanges remark o
' that greatness! by political appointment TOIL NOT;
and greatness! by personal SPIN NOT. Invitations

nchflvfinent are nearly as closely related There are plenty of fellows who
aa forty-t v nth cousins by mar. could teach a better school than those Don't n>k us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

rlAO! who teivch, preach a better sermon because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent CAREY HANDFUNERAL
aWe than those who preach, who could runa and deliver the goods in Orlando.
have known a great many people better hUllnellll and publish a better
who we would say were vcrupu. paper. Yea the woods are full of QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. DIRECTOR
'busty honest under all ordinary cir them but they neither teach, preach PRICES! TilE VERY LOWEST.V. ,
cumstanoea" but very few of them run a better business or publish a AND EMBALMER\ \
would call a conductor back to give better paper. They are like the lilies \ S. BRANCH
him a fare he had missed.It of the held, they toil I\ot. neither do .
is calculated that the lack of : All calls answered Promptly Day

summer attractions abroad will keep IWO.OOO.OllO I .J
$: rolling at home this year I or Night. Hand Block.
While sympathy will\ continue to flow
\virvlessly to the oppressed of the old Orlando Florida.
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world the new world will proceed For Sale ,
with the joys of life and keep rust otl PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
the coin.

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Ordering by telephone is: decried t>ythoMJ If we can't sell you feed let us sell you 10 acres of land with a fairly good house that r
who Mould put a crimp in the has been thoroughly rejKiired and put in good condition. About one-half of this land is t

high. cost of living. Some people I high citrus land and one-half i is good truck land. This land is in the Conway district

make personalisits to order some : about four miles from the Court house, and one mile from the brick road.
necessities of. life, but cases of
Mshatchcrcallit and redeye will still I JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOIl A FLORIDA HOME. AUTO WASHING\ STATION

be ordered in the same way and delivered For the second time we have some good Wheat to offer you. There is very poor
"under cover." wheat and there is GOOD wheat well this is GOOD wheat.A .
person making excusees is seldom good anything else.
NUW:: KIM What excuse have you for not buying feeds of us? Don't we advertise? Don't we

OF A SPKNDCK.new: kind of splendor has ap- offer( :you good feeds? Don't we we treat you right? Don't we make LiveandLetLiveprices REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic."

peared on Broadway. He is a retired ? Don't you like us? Don't you want to see us remain in business? Don't you Known as "The Handy Man.

broker, a teetotaler and said to be know that we have been one of the factors in making lower prices on feeds?

worth ten millions. His hobby is giv- If you don't know any of the above facts you have a reasonable excuse for not buy- WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

ing Instead away money of spending to waiters.his wealth on ing of us; if you don't know them, you have not. chine parts. Work guaranteed.GASOLu. .

chorus girls and gay companions, he AND OIL
seems to find no greater enjoymentthan

place,making giving the several rounds of large an eating bills, The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

which he produces from his pocketsin
bundles, to every tuxedoed person
he m ets. One night he gave away S. DeWitt Mr.; Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
scarf pins worth $1,000 each. \
While he is in transit other bus Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

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fine Castle, Fla., Sept. 29-- Ir.. Washington, sSept.) --One of the EDUCATION

Max Croxton and little daughter, famous organizations in the line of

Maltlne, and on, Gerald, of Kisflmmee. the grand review of the Grand Armyof St. Petersburg, Fla.-Voter* of the
have returned home after vUtt- the Republic today, and one which
St. school determine
Petersburg district will
Insr hero with Mr. and Mm. C. F. has been attracting. much attention at
at election called for October
Johns and Mr. and Mrs R, J. Hansel. the encampment this week, was "Itar- an I
Mrs Willis Nettles and daughter, dun's Sharpshooters," regiment 29 whether or not the new compulsory
school attendance law will be "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Nannjeyof Doggy Creek spent Friday composed exclusively of expert
put into effect her,. Dixie 1'!. nollin. '
with !er sister, Mrs. Janlo Tyner.Mr. marksmen. They had to rasa a rigid to-I
g, county school l superintendent
and Mrs. T. T. of Or- test before
Roney they were accepted Unless Budded from A Bear-
day issued a call for the election, the'
Undo were guest Sunday of Dr. and this command.The .
same having been authorized by the
Mrs D. C. Roney. remnants of the 1,392 men, who
county school board at its last meet.
Mrs. A. E. Uolliday of Formosa originally formed this organization, ing. The local parents' and teachers' ing Tree of Known Qualityand
has been a guest recently at the home marched in the parade today. One
association was about to the
of her eon, Mr.: Fred Mann. hundred and fifty-six were killed in go on
warpath at a meeting tonight becausethe of Production
Mrs. N. T. Hansel left Friday evening the war and since then the ranks have Quantity -
election had not been called. Mr.
to visit her daughter Mrs. A. N. been thinned by many who answeredthe
Hollins said the law could not become
Crutchfield, of Graceville.Mrs. last call taj O. W. ConnerIn
effective until after the November -
J. F. Harris is visiting relatives Gen. Hiram Berdan, an inventorand .
meeting of the county board, when
at Kissimmee and Lakeland.Mr. rifleman, organized the regiment
the votes will be canvassed, so there
and Mrs. Joseph L. Sunday left at the outbreak of the war, each applicant -
was no need to hurry about the elec
Tuesday for New Smyrna, being II being required to hit a bull's- tion.

t called tt *e by the serious illness of eye eight out of ten times while five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual demonstration -
Mrs. Sunday's sister Mrs. L. J. Grif shooting from 100 to 220 yards.
in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
After its organization the regimentwas Sir Charles will succeed Sir Charles

fin.Mr...and Mrs..A. Q. Lancaster, with put on the footing of regularsand Johnston, whose term expires in No- brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

a party of friends from Windermere, named the First United States Ivember. The mayor-elect is an alder- does pay. The United States Government experiments made by.

attended preaching by Rev. King D. Sharpshooters. Its chief duty was to man of London and has been decorated Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

Jones in ''Union Chapel, Sunday.Mr. pick off the gunners at fortifications, with the Order of the Legion of published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
Honor. He is head of a manufacturing -
Marvin Arnold and brother, of thus disabling the guns. Valiant ser
the planter, and he is now in a position td demand trees propagated -
Conway, attended Methodist services vice in "capturing" the guns was performed
here Sunday. by this organization. I from a parent of true merit.

Mrs. J. G. Tyner, secretary of the Among the notable figures in the The want ad's the thing. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
W. C. T. U. of this place announces regiment was "California Joe," who
a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
"the next meeting of the W. C. T. U. wore a hunting costume with coonskin -
,will be held in the parish house of cap. He served throughout the been in existence five years, are falling over' each other to con-

Union Chapel on Wednesday, October four years campaign and, being a $5.75 vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
6, at 2 p. m" It will be their "moth I deadly marksman with the rifle, was Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
ers' meeting," and will be conducted credited with "capturing" more guns
the Ocklawaha Nurseries where
j every tree is budded from a pa-
by Mrs. John Schnarr, of Lake Con- than any other man in the regiment,
STATE CAMPNear rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
way. All who are interested in temperance by disabling the gunners.

work, whether members of ( Jacksonville) You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

the W. C. T. U. or not, are cordially G. A. R. REUNION AND RETURN great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
invited to attend.
bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove and not a single
Mr. I. Blume, of Brooksville, is Washington, D. C.-Two thousandG.
ill VIA bud cut from a tree that has"11ot been tested.
very at the home of his son, Mr. A. R. veterans from Ohio invaded

Eugene Blume.CATHEDRAL. I II I the Grand Army encampment here Atlantic Coast Line CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

I I with a boom for Elias R. Monfort, grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address .

SCHOOL OPENS past department commander of Ohio,
NEXT WEEK for commander in chief. Standard Railroad of the South

The Ohioans arrived here at 7:15.

Wednesday October 6, the Cathedral o'clock, and headed by a brass band, Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

School for Girls will begin its marched to the Raleigh hotel. There ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE

school year. The school is well they at once opened their campaign MATCHES CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FloridaOR

equipped this year both as to faculty by passing around buttons and badges Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6,
and buildings, to give to the students and obtaining pledges for Monfort. 7,12,13,11 "
who attend its sessions the best
very With limit of October 30th.
of training in academic and primary Guests registering at the San Juan G. G. Wright, Agent '
Extension limit to November
work. hotel yesterday included W. H.; Van-
The faculty has been carefully selected deripe, John F. Vanderipe, Braden. 29th may be secured by deposit- 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA. "
and is made of teachers who ing ticket with Union Ticket
up town; Capt. J. A. Lovelace J. H. Burgess
are thoroughly equipped to train the Tampa; E. J. White, Boston; J. Agent, Jacksonville, and pay-
ment of fee of 50c.
student in their several departments.In M. Jones, J. W. Boardman, L. C. :
addition to the regular work of Tucker New York; Jas. W. Beatty,

the school there will be courses in elocution Jasper, Fla.; W. D. Rogers, New Jer-

art, music and domestic sci I sey; Leo Tyler, T. O. Rouse and wife, For Information Call on I

ence. All four of these departmentswill Jacksonville; S. Lion, Louisville; L. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

be under the supervision of specially P. Stallings Virginia; A. A. Ungar, W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. a.
trained instructors. I Atlanta; C. L. Clark, Rochester. Orlando A.l'I

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50 cents .THE BIG STORE $2.19'

SILK CREPES and beautiful

Jacquard splendid line Silks of colors, yard, worth wide up, Specials I on Sale I from 7 to 10 O'clock I Saturday Night and XU BUCK PUMPS, worth

up to $-1.00, Saturday Night

to $1.00. Saturday :Night Special Come Be With The Crowd Special.

50 cents Saturday Night After Supper $2.19 .

SEA FOAM, a cleaner for all kinds of White Shoes, 23c. TOWELS, hemmed huck, size 17\34, good heavy weight, PERSIAN LAWN, 45 inches wide, a beautiful sheer fabric -

value, 12'/2C quality
in plain white, 23c. quality,

Saturday Night Special 15c Saturday Night Special 7 l-2c Saturday Night Special ISc Jj '

MEN'S ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR SHIRTS AND CURTAIN SCRIM, full yard wide, white cream and Arab,

DRAWERS, made of a good quality Nainsook, 50c beautiful designs, loc. quality, ORGANDIE AND VOILES, large line of beautiful print.ed .

quality, Saturday Night Special lOc patterns, 36 inches wide, 35c. quality

Saturday Night Special 37 l-2c Saturday Night Special 19c
ALUMINUM PANS, full quart size, regular Goc. quality,

LADIES' WAISTS, beautiful new line in white and colors Saturday Night Special 35c

made of the latest novelty materials, $1.25 and PILLOW CASES, 42x36 and 45\36, linen finish, with |

S1J50 values, TOILET PAPER, best grade, lOc. quality scalloped edges, 25c. qualitySaturday

Saturday Night Special 98c Sat. Night Special 4 rolls for 25c Night Special 15c

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City Hall And Court The Voice Of t

i Winter Park News Commissioner House H. Notes Clark Robertson 'i') The People BIGGER THAN EVER !

I is pleased with the improvements be. Thursday Closing

ing made at Greenwood cemetery. Editor Sentinel:-The last of the
and than for
Bigger brighter ever are our offerings
Weeds are being cut driveways are
Thursday half holidays for the sea-
Saturday and shall another gather
Daily Budget Of Items Concerning being graded and new plants and son is a thing of the past. The ing of the faithful-another Monday.Ve onslaught expect by their clan *
shrubs be added later.
may writer is of the opinion that it wouldbe
bargain hunters-another determined descent
on our
The Town And Rollins College -0- a good thing for Orlando from a Saturday and Monday specials and we'll not be disap-
The city council has acted favora business standpoint if the custom
pointed our offerings for these two days will be in ex-
bly upon the suggestion recently should never be revived. Not that
cess of what we have offered before by a long way. No
- - - - - 1 - - - Several members of the faculty made by the Orlando Water and Light he would deprive the clerks and other need for a further invitation is there?

ANNOUNCEMENT gave enthusiastic talks. Throughoutthe :company that fifty street lights be employes and employers themselves I
meeting the fact was stressed 'increased from 40 to 60 watts. This of holidays, but that he believes every SALE OF SHEETING

Beginning with today's Senti- that the fellows who desire to play will be at! added improvement and business house in the city can better 36 inch PAUlA SHEETING. This is a new quality withus

nel special attention will be given the game must get out and work. increase the city's illumination at a afford to give their help even one and one that is going to prove a winner too. We solda

S Winter Park news. Everything From all indications there will be an very small additional cost. whole day a week-one at a time)- big quantity last week we shall be disappointed if we

S pertaining to the town and Rol- abundance of "pep" and ginger in evidence --0- than to entirely close business for don't double our sales this. It is exceptional value for

S lins College will be carefully when the squad begins prac- City tax books open today. one-half day of the six business days.It 10 cents a yard.

looked after and reported daily tice. is safe to say that every business!
Saturday and Monday 10 yards for 79c.
S by Mr. Arthur G. Irey, who has - DEVELOPMENT ITEMS OF A DAY house that observes the half holiday
been a reporter on the Sentinel Students are attending Rollins froma IX ORANGE COUNTY closing loses one-tenth of the total 36-INCH LONSDALE SHEETING

staff for several months and who number of surrounding towns. An volume of business due it for the You are well acquainted with this so no need to eulogiseon

S is attending Rollins College this automobile bus service will make con- week for no one will pretend that the everlasting qualities of this famous make.

S year. Items concerning the town nections between Winter Park and County development continues. .Thursday forenoon ever amounts to Sold all over the state at 12V/_c and 15c. a yard
people have stated that "after
and Rollins should be handed to Orlando making it possible for students Many the war" some startling improve- much in a business way. If the average Saturday and llonda10 yards for 98c:
Sir. Ivey or brought to his atten- from this city to attend the col business man should be approached -
ments will be made involving the ex- 36-INCH BROWN (SEA ISLAND) SHEETING
tion. The distribution of the lege. in the spring with a propo-
.. Sentinel in Winter Park will be - penditure of thousands of dollars. sition that he devote one-tenth of his A good heavy weight close even weave positively free

S arranged shortly. Subscriptions WAS WEEK-END GUEST OF THE However despite the war develop- business for four months to charity from dressing good value for lOc. a yard.

S may be given to our represent Y. W. C. A. ment has continued on a satisfactoryscale. he would probably say he could not Saturday and Monday 10 yards for 69c
At Zellwood the Zellwood
S tive. Notices, items, etc. may be The members of the Y. W. C. A. afford to do so. Yet he sacrifices IMPORTED LADIES HOSIERY
Florida Farms Company will soon
S addressed to him in care of the cabinet returned to Rollins Saturday that amount of business each year.
have its hotel completed; at Taft and German manufacture fine silk lisle thread Hermsdorf
College. + September 2;), and had as their guest Now could not any intelligent business -
Pine Castle new homes and stores are dye in black and white only all sizes; a leading line at
THE PUBLISHERS for the week-end Miss Mabel E. man devise a plan for giving
in of erection at Winter 50 cents.
OF THE SENTINEL. Stone who is the organization's trav- process ; each of his employes a half holiday
. . . . . . . - eling student secretary in charge of Park sidewalks and street paving is and taking one himself if he desired I Saturday and Monday 39c.: a pair

- the entire Southern field. under way a new business block without making Orlando a closed QUAKER GIRL PERCALEWe
the business district at Apopka -
GEORGE E. FREE IS BUILDING -- graces ; town to be shunned every Thursday take exceptional pleasure in announcing that we have
,NEW RESIDENCE ON MANY CHANGES MADE IN ROL- a new factory is planned and with during summer? just received another shipment of this special under-
bricked road link in
the completed-a
N. MAIN ST. LINS COLLEGE DURING C. H. TOPLIFF.As wear fabric. We have only a very limited quantityit'shard
the Dixie highway-several new improvements -
A neat six room one and one-half TilE YEAR Winter to get-but on Saturday you can secure
contemplated. -
story residence is being built for Many changes and improvementshave Garden is are also keeping with a big winter season is looked for 10 yards for $2.35;
George E. Free on North Main street.G. been made at Rollins during the pace the many hotels throughout Orange
the other towns and new enterprises BLEACHED SHEETING
E. Davis who came to Winter summer just past. One of these whichis county county are making early preparations

Park some four weeks ago from Albany of especial interest is the construc- are proposed; Oakland peo- I to meet all demands that may be Just the very make weave and quality for hotels and

Georgia is the contractor in tion of a concrete sidewalk leading ple have been granted a charter for made upon them this winter. New Boarding Houses. It's the kind that stands a lot of wear.

charge of the from the college campus to the center the Oakland Hotel' company with a rooms have been added to many of Exceptional value for 30 cents a yard. While our stock

work.0- of Winter Park. Another hand capital stock of $15,000; and all other the hotels new equipment has been lasts

VARIOUS NEWS CONCERNING some walk has been put down in Orange county towns are hustling to installed and other conveniences have Saturday and Monday 23c. a yard
with the times.
WINTER PARK PEOPLE front of the library building and con- keep pace been looked after. CHEVIOT SHIRTINGSThis

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. who necting walks lead to other buildingsand -
have been for McDonald monthsin dormitories. I I0 South DeLaney street Hughey I NOTICE will be good news to many, maybe it will be to you.
visiting some - street, Magnolia avenue and East \Ve have just received a shipment of 50 pieces of our fa-
Northern will
States soon
Y. M. a A. HANDBOOK IS AN AT- Robinson avenue have been paved and I Office of the City Tax Collector, mous quality every pattern different
occupy tbeir" beautiful residence TRACTIVE VOLUMEThe all opened to public traffic with the ; Orlando, Fla.. October 1, 1915. Saturday and Monday, 10 yards for 9Sc.
"Grey Acres at Park. This is to notify all city: tax payers
- Rollins Y. M. C. A. has during exception of that portion of South I I that the city taxes are now due andpayable
street which will connect for the 1915. ,
the summer just passed prepared and DeLaney I I year
Work the New Seminole Inn is
on printed year books for the coming with the Conway road. These streets : Books open today.C. This is positively your last chance this season of secur-

progressing rapidly. year. Each boy in the college will be have taken on an entirely new ap :1-10-1-ltc. A. BOONE Tax Collector. ing some of the most fashionable and becoming dress ma-

- presented with one of these booklets pearance. The property owners are i: terials that have ever been shown this summer. Beautiful
Winter Park is to have
soon an up with another in improving colorings, beautiful designs, beautiful effects. Regular
vying one
which will invaluable in now
prove many
to date pressing club. G. E. Davis is
Forms inserted for in their premises. The park- values 25c., 35c. and 50c.
for business about ways. are use [ TAKE SALTS TO
planning to
October 15. Mr. Davis will cater spe- keeping the recitation schedule of the ings have been graded new driveways Your choice Saturady and Monday for 15c. a yard

cially to the college trade. student keeping track of dates and and driveway entrances have been I MUSLIN UNDERWEARThe
for scoring different kinds of athletic laid out flowrs and shrubs have been
- I f FLUSH KIDNEYSEat famous hand tailored "LA GRECQUE" make. 100
The attractive residence which J. contests. The "Welcome" on the planted and in a general way the odd pieces. One big table. Big reductions. At these

F. Cox has under course of construc- eighth page of the booklet is a brief work of development is noteworthy. prices:

tion for J. R. Parker will be finishedby but sincere and cordial statement Property owners along West Church Regular $1.50 for. .$1.10 Regular $3.00 for. . .$1.69

the last of the present week and from Dean Enyart. The booklet is street, which has recently been paved leu meat if you feel Backachy or Regular $1.75 for . .$1.29 Regular $3.50 for. . .$1.75

will be occupied by the owner. The handsomely bound in leather and gilt are also taking pride in their holdingsand Bladder troubles you-Salts is Regular $2.00 for. . .$1.38 Regular $5.00 for. . .$2.50
and is printed in a vest pocket edi- putting their premises in a condi- fine for Kidney
for. .
building is two stories in height with Regular $2.50 $1.49
tion. It is a handsome and useful tion in keeping with other pretty
roof. The outside will be
affair for the production of which streets throughout the city. . CORSETS . .
finished in a pearl grey color. The Meal forms uric acid which excites
interior finish will be an imitationoak. the Y. M. C. A. deserves great credit. -. and overworks the kidneys in their efforts The famous "BON TON" make. We have a number of

The building is beautifully sit- - When Fairview avenue is paved by to filter it from the system. Regular eaters broken lots which if price reduction counts should

uated in one of the best residence sections REGARDING MISS ISABEL DEN- the city the last link in the Dixie of meat. You must flush the Kidneya occasionally. make an end of what we have. Our corsetiere will fit you.
must relieve them
of Winter Park near the centerof NISON'S IMPRESSIONS AT highway in Orange county will be relieve your bowels; removing like all you the Regular price $3.50, Saturday and Monday . .$2.75

town. COLLEGE OPENING completed, every foot-of- the road being acids, waste and poison, else you feel a Regular Price $5.00, Saturday and Monday. . .$3.75

", -ur The Orlando correspondent of the paved through the county. This dull misery in the kidney region sharp NEW CRETONNESThe
Tribune had the the pains in the back or sick headache dizziness -
Tampa following to street is fast being improved and I
The Winter Park
Garage reports your stomach sours tongue is business of our House-furnishing Department: is increasing -
about Miss :Dennison effort -'
say : property owners are making an
that business is excellent. Several coated and when the weather is bad you in wonderful manner.Ve told it is
a are justi-
"The exercises were held in the to make it one of the prettiest I i have rheumatic twinges. The urine is
sales have been made in the last few
of Cretonnes is
showing bigger
chapel, and were opened with a voluntary stretches of residential holdings in j: cloudy, full of sediment; the channels ; certainly our new
days. The last sale was that of a I i I than we have before. We'd like to the
often irritated to attempted you see
on the pipe organ by Miss the city. The John F. Hand and theI get obliging you getup
Ford touring car which was purchased two or three times during the night. new patterns they are exquisite. :Many of the beautiful
Dennison played some variationson Cheney homes are nearing I
by Will Giles Wednesday af- To neutralize these irritating acids effects identical reproductions of the world famous
ternoon. an old Christmas carol and her completion, and the Cheney propertyat i I and flush off the body's urinous waste
t SWAINSLAND printing works. To connoisseur the
rendition proved to be one of the most the southwest bend in the avenues get about four ounces of Jad Salts a
--0- from take beautiful bird verdure and embossed effects are revela-
numbers of the any pharmacy; a table- a
pleasing program. being improved by new additions.
WINTER PARK SPORTSMEN RETURN spoonful in a glass of water before break- tion. We have priced them exceptionally low to meet all
WITH ELEVEN Miss> Dennison is a graduate of Ober- When remodelled it will enhance the fast for a few days and your kidneys will

LARGE SEA BASSA lin, and comes from New York to appearance of the street and be in then act fine and bladder disorders dig purses
take charge of this very important keeping with the other improvements.This appear. This famous salts is made from At 15c., 25c.., 29c., and 45c.
party of Winter Park sportsmen, the acid of rapes and lemon juice, com
section of the college work. property will be the home of Mr. MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENTMen
consisting of E. F. Keezezll Will bined with lithia, and has been used for
Hunter Abe Hunter and Ben -Freer and Mrs. Donald A. Cheney. generations to clean and stimulate sluggish : this IS a bargain!! We have just bought for cash a
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO TilE -0S. kidneys and stop bladder irritation.Jad .
motored over to Daytona early Tues- RINK TONIHT Salta is inexpensive; harmless and splendid line of NEW SHIRTS. Bought at a sacrifice on

day morning and from there pro- S. Griffin contemplates developing makes a delightful effervescent lithia- the manufacturers part; sold at a bargain on ours.
ceeded along the beach to the Inlet his large grove at Winter Gardenby water drink which millions of men and
The boys of the O. H. S. football f Exceptional value for
women take now and then thus
planting many new grapefruittrees. avoiding
where they spent several hours en- association will show the people who I serious kidney and bladder diseases. $1.50, Saturday and Monday for .$1.25

joying the excellent fishing. Late attend the rink tonight how to laugh $2.00, Saturday and Monday for .$1.50
Tusday night they returned to Win- and grow fat. The ladies' candle $2.50, Saturday and Monday for .$2.00

-. ter varied Park in with weight eleven from sea bass 22 to which 28 race attraction, one of but their they features will also is have a big aboys' Beds! Beds ! Beds ! PHOENIX HOSE

pounds. wheelbarrow race. This is the hose with the fullest guarantee. We have

-QREGISTERING received our complete stock. Every wanted color in the
NEW PUPILS AT The football coach Mr. McCracken In Bright New Patterns
will have charge of the floor and will

ROLLINS CONTINUED. conduct the ladies' candle race; whilein range.MEN'S FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINGOUR

YESTERDAY the wheelbarrow race-well, he is last deliveries completes our order for the famous

'.The second day of the school year one of the boys. HART SCHAFNER AND MARX ,

at Rollins witnessed the accomplishment These attractions will start at 8:30.
Ready-to-Wear Clothing. Give us a calk we would like
of considerable work -
The rink opens as usual at 7:30. The
to the settling down to the reg- boys wheelbarrow race is the fun- you. to try them on.

ular college routine. The work of niest thing you ever saw. As part-

registering new pupils was continued. ners in the race, all boys of the association OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT[ [

Early in the morning a tentative will be: Coach McCrackenand

schedule was posted and the rear- Lobean Tom Brown and C. Anderson Can fill all your epecurian wants. The finest qualities,

rangement of this in order to elimi- B. Anderson and Connell i the lowest price. Have you tried us?

nate conflicts required some time. Lewter and Magruder, H. Hutchinsonand .

- Tucker S. Gould and Hammond

During the day the various classes 'The winner of the ladies' candle race Now Is The Time -

met with their instructors and les- wilt be presented with a handsomebox

sons were assigned. of Martha Washington candy.

-o Now folks encourage the boys by to select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. Dickson- lies Co.
FOOTBALL SITUATION WAS DIS- attending the rink. Mr. Guernseyhas

CUSSED kindly given the boys the use of Our stock ia full of bright new patterns to choose fromat

Immediately after chapel yesterday; six wheelbarrow, for which they surprising low prices. A call will convince you.
a meeting was held for the purposeof wish to thank him. Let every one

talking over the football situation open up and attend or if you can't'

Professor Palmer stated that a par attend.buy a ticket and send a friend.J. DEPARTMENT STORE

tial canvass of the boy ,had been Branham will be in the box office
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made, and that thirty had signified and L. Lobean will b. the ticket col. OSCAR HAND & SON

their intention of trying out for the lector. The boys will show the people

team. These thirty men will average some good football, if they can only I

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Broncho. "The PROGRAM Tavern Keeper'sSon.
." A western drama in two parts.

October 1. One of those good Keystone come-
Miss Lilla W. Johnson, one of San-
The W. C. T. U. will meet in the dies.Pathe.. "New Exploits of Elaine."
ford's attractive ladies spent
parlors of the Methodist church. young "Shadow of War" in two parts. This .
Important business.: yesterda yin Orlando visiting her is the last
will be quite exciting, as it
,/ The D. A. R. will meet Saturday afternoon mother, Mrs S. L. Johnson.Dr. episode of the "New Exploits."
3 o'clock with Mrs A. L.
at take lO
"The Romance of Elaine" will
t Ford. up your interest where this performance -' .
AND MRS.--0-WHITMAN C. A. Campbell returned to Or. as dropped it, and will carry you I I U
Ashe- Be
lando yesterday afternoon from through undiluted thrills. sure
RETURN HOME. ville, N. C., where he baa been spending to see it all.Admission.
adults 10c., children 5c.
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitman returned the summer. Mrs. Campbell will
home last evening: over the
remain a while longer in the moun- o
Atlantic Coast Line from Linville
tains of that state.
}Falls N. C., where they have been DAILY PORT LETTERBY are the rings, pins? La Vallieres Bracelets Earrings, on view here.
spending several weeks. They reporta of I They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
grand time and their outing was Mr. W. D. Blitch supervisor novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
beneficial. The weather in the water tanks for the Atlantic CoastLine ) taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
very who has been in Orlando look- FRANK G. MENKE of course varies but in no case are the prices' here higher than
mountains was cold and frosty. ing after the placing of a rew water The Famous New York Sporting the quality of the jewelry warrants. ......
While sojourning in the Land of the apert.
tank for the road just south of the
Sky the Doctor and Mrs. Whitman ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
freight depot, left yesterday after. ,
walked two hundred and twenty Forty-five men will figure in the
miles, as recorded by a pedometer, noon for Gainesville. split of the world series spoils. Of I Ib dJ

mostly over rough mountain trails, those, 23 are Phillies and the other
through wild and sparsely settled re- Mr. R. R. Reynolds left yesterday 22 are Red Sox. The players eligible
gions. afternoon over the Atlantic Coast world follow
for series duty :
4r:. - Line for Jacksonville where he will Red Sox: THE TIME TO PAINT
meet his wife and father and mother s
BACK FROMWESTERN Pitchers Leonard Col-
(8)-Wood) is right now. Don't let things go
TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Reynolds, who lins, Shore Ruth Mavs Foster, and _- until the house, barn, fence or floor
have been spending the summer in
Miss Julia K. returned
Gregg. begins to look shabby. A little of our
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Aurelia Iowa. They will return to Catchers (3)-CarrIgan) (manager), ready to use paint will put your home
Coast Line from an extensive trip Orlando this afternoon. Cady, and Thomas. e ) in fine trim and save you the cost of a
during which she visited the Pan. Infielders ((7))-Hoblitzell, Gainer, 'I \ f''' much bigger paint bill later on.
I American exposition at San Francis. MORGAN RETURNS WILL OFMARTHA Barry, Scott, Janvrin, Wagner, and
'" co., Cal., and the one at San Diego. WASHINGTON :Gardner.

She also visited many historic places Outfielders ((4))-Speaker, Hooper,
and reports a most enjoyable trip. Richmond, Va.-J. P. Morgan, of Lewis!, and Henriknen. ( Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
-0- New York, hag sent, without coat to I'hlllfa t''.
The 205 S. Orange Avenue
gasoline consumption LARGE W. C. T.U i Justice James Keith, president of the Pitcher ((8))-Alexander, Mayer,
ATTENDANCE U1tG...tJ. Virginia court of appeal, to be disposed Demons, Chalmer, Tlncup, Baum COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261
is unusu- It i III very essential that the attend.anc of Ly him at his own dUere gartner, Illxey, and McQultten. ,.

bt the W.'C. T. U. meeting to. lion, the will of Mr*. fharthlWaa.h.. Catcher ((3): )-Kllllfer, Burns, and t..f ......... '......&.... .... .. .. .....
ally low. day at the Methodist parlor at 3: Injjten, taken from the record of Adam ,
o'clock shall be exceptionally good ai Fairfax court house by a federal sol Infielders ((0))-I.uderui, Nlehotf! :
much preparation ii still to be made dice! in the civil war and bought by Bancroft, Byrne, Dugey, and Stock. The New Ice CompanyPHONE
for the coming state convention In the late Plerpont! Morgan, for his li. Outfielder\ (B)-Cravath, Taskert, :

November. brary. Whitten, Backer, and WeUer. :
-0- Fairfax Harrison, president! of the Manager-Patrick Joan Moran. 675
SOCIETY NOTES Southern Railway, was the mediator
INTEREST. between Mr Morgan and Governor TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Miss Roberta Branch left yesterdayfor I Stuart and Justice eKith. This, it \f- Delivery Daily

a vacation trip which will last for I stated unofficially, will cause to be FOR SALE-One-horse Magruder
several weeks. Miss Branch went dropped the friendly suit brought by wagon little used. Will sell for
first to Palatka, where she will join Virginia to recover its lost public $25.10-l-3t Thoman, Route 1, Box 12. Wait for our wagon. We think
Mr. and Mrs. Alston Haile in a motor record. The will probably will be ice.
vou will like our
trip to Jacksonville. placed by consent in a fire proof vaultat FOR SALE-To be sacrificed for cash
- Mount Vernon. before next Tuesday: 1 $35 Neo-
The tire The Misses Norma Bunch and Thel- style duplicating machine for $15; $12
expenseis dress form, $5.50; $10 extension table,
ma Hammond went to Sanford last DEATH OF MISS\ COPELAND AT
$.1.50 $15 art square $6; $9
square ; !
reasonable be- evening where they attended a dance GLOUCESTER, MASS.A child's iron bed and mattress, $3.75; The New Company
which was enjoyed by the youngerset leather lounge toilet set, etc. Ad-
of the Celery City. telegram to W. R. O'Neal announcing dress Box 792 city. Will call with
cause the size of the - the death of his sister-in-I auto.10-l-2tc Act quick. Time limited. .' ''i Hill III Hill III IIII III Mllll' _

Mrs. E. L. Goodwyn, who has been law/ Miss Katherine L. Copeland, at !
tires is right for visiting at the home of her son, A. N. Gloucester, Mass, caused his hasty LOANS
Goodwyn, on Livingston avenue, has departure on the midnight train i I I I I I II I I 11 i1111111111111111i1111 111111MIM11II i_
of returned to her home in Jacksonville.Mr. Wednesday.Miss If you wish to buy, build or repair
weight car. your house we are making some city
Copeland has often been a vis- loans. ,A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
Albert G. Quade who has been itor to Orlando and has scores of l-10-12tc
making annual pilgrimages to this friends here who will be grieved to FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ;

section for several years, spent yes- learn of her death. For some years
terday in Orlando jn the interest of she has been a teacher in the Glou-
the Selros Dress Fabric company, of cester high school.' The funeral services Breis Makina
New York. will be held at Berwick, Maine.

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sat behind
on mere JOSEPH
possessor of an Oakland which he
What do you AND ARCHITECT I boards laid across the wagon bed. OAKLAND I I purchased yesterday from :Magruder I

.* Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 29.-Commissioners The McNair Lumber company, of Then came the farmer who had the Mr. Joseph Cheney is the latest recruit 1 Bros. This firm is expecting in the
hope for in a W. J. Hillman, second congressional Jacksonville, in its half page advertisement !spring wagon, a smaller wagon with to the ranks of the automobile !1,I course of a week to receive a ship. I
varnish ? district, Ed. Scott, first in the Times-Union Tuesday, I springs under it. Then the top carriage owners in Orlando. He is the happy I 1 ment of these well known cars.
district, and P. O. Miller, commissioner gave deserved notice to two of Or- j and so on. Now it is the automobile ------
from the state at large, being in lando's leading builders. Photos of that runs not only on
attendance at"the GeorgiaFloridaDixie Murry S. King, architect and Frank 1 I, springs but on cushioned tires and .
Highway convention yesterday, Hyres, contractor, appear beside a one automobile costs as much as sev- '
convened a preliminary meeting in large and handsome illustration of eral spring wagons used to cost. In ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
HEO connection with the work of the flor- one of their most attractive pieces of all of this we catch the drift of prog
ida State Highway Commission. The work, the Presbyterian church in this ress and also an explanation of the

commission was created by an act of city.Under ;i high cost of living. But we have to SHEET METAL
V iRo7iLLTlSffE the last legislature. the respective photos of have such things now.
Regrets were expressed that J. D. Messrs.\ Hyres and King appear these
T Smith, third congressional district, comments: j NOVEL
and M. M. Smith, fourth district,were "Mr. Hyres did the contracting !iSYSTEM.i Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,.
not at the meeting. It was pointedout work on this new church and it adds I A contemporary tells of a novel
that there will be a probable $15- just another link to the chain of fine novel contribution basket for churches and Rubber Roofings
000 for the work of the board duringthe public buildings and residences he has invented by an Oklahoma
floors When you you hope buy that varnish it will for improvethe your ensuing year and it is probable built in Florida. The McXair Lum- If a person drops a quarter or more man. Cornices, Skylights ;Healing Ventilating, M'fal Ceilings
appearance of those floors and that an engineer will be secured, as ber company is glad to have its name in the box there is silence; if he drops
that it will be durable. well chief clerk to the commis- associated with\ Mr. Byres and Mr.
as a I i I a dime in a bell rings, a nickel soundsa Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO
Unfortunately much that is sold for sion.The King and other men of such high whistle and a penny fires a blank
floor varnish won't realize that hope commission will meet for the standing in the building world." ,',cartridge. If one pretends to" be
you.Lawson's purpose of effecting a permanent or "Mr. King, who was the architecton asleep when the box is passed ,it
has a wonderful Lustro deep Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is ganization October 8, in TallahasseeBy this handsome church, which has awakens him with a watchman's rat- -
is easily unequalled applied for because durability it works and easily.will not It that time, there will be a nimberof an interior considered by many criticsto tle, and a kodak takes his picture.
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. matters placed on the roster of be one of the most beautiful and Unfortunately the
free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets business it is stated. harmonious in the United States, has office address of the name inventor and are post-not Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY

: As for economy. Lustra has a covering The board will act in an advisory to his credit the successful designingof given. .
capacity that.wonderful. capacity to county commissioners and some of the most attractive public j PAID UP
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor have at all times the best authoritiesand buildings and private residences in I,
Varnish at our risk returnable it unsatlSoo.ory. .
. information in connection with Florida." I I. TO ,Jr., and Mgr.
Made by Valentine & Co. the construction of highways. I ,

Manufacturers of THINGS ARE I I Chicago, Sept. 29.-Details of the Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
TUBERCULOSIS CONFERENCE DIFFERENT.Many I[world's series will be arranged at a
ALSPAR and BEGINS farmers and others can recall 'meeting of the National Baseball Florida and Western Meats

VAL-ENAMEL the the fact farm that, the when farmer they who were boys on Commission in New York city this Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
Indianapolis, Sept. 30.-About one had two week, Ban Johnson said today.
e thousand delegates arrived here to- spring seats to put on his wagon for I The date of the meeting can not be Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

All to be had at day, many by special train, for the gala days was considered a fortunateand set until the races in the two leaguesare PHONES / Bu&inem (135 P. O. BOX aa6
FINLEY'S PIONEER third Mississippi Valley Conferenceon well to do farmer. Most farm- decided: definitly. It probably will Residence ((33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
PAINT Tuberculosis. Among them were ers then had only one spring seat and be held on Saturday, Johnson said.
prominent physicians from eighteen
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. states.A .
"get together" luncheon was held
at noon in the Claypool: hotel to open
the convention. It was a "speechless
FOR SALE banquet." The delegates were seated

i alphabetically in order that they GROCEY Off NING
might become acquainted. At the
I sound of a bell they changed places,
i 5 acres, quarter mile from city, half this shuffling of seast being repeated
in bearing budded orange and three times.

grapefruit, $1,500. This evening? Governor Ralston will
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young deliver an address at the Claypool
bearing grove; small house. $2,000. hotel. :Meetings wi'.1! be held tomor-
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good row and Friday. The latter day We Will Have A Fall Sale of Groceries Beginning
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking (October 1)) is now "disease preven- ,

60 land.grove acres;,$600.00.all 4-room fenced,house 20 cleared; good; small barn tion general statute day"assembly.A passed by the by.provisions the 1915 of Indiana a new FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. L 1 AND LASTING AN ENTIRE WEEK

and outbuildnigs. A at $1,200
snap feature of this day will be an
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small elaborate disease prevention parade, We have the largest and cleanest Grocery in Orlando. The best stock money can buy, and we want your trade,
house, garage and outbuildings.The which will' surpass the pageant of and we are going to do all we can to get it.

lake.land Very corners cheap, $1,500.on large spring like character seen here last year. We have cut the prices so that when quality is considered get the best goods for the lowest prices of any

grocery in the city.Remember .
40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out
1000. MUDGE DEFEATS OUIMET AT everything we sell is guaranteed, and if you should happen to get anything that is not satisfactory
we take it back without argument.We .

City and Country: Greenwich, Conn.. Sept. 29.Francis give prompt service. Our delivery system is equipped with automobiles, horses and wagons and bicycles.The .

Property At WarTime Ouimet former national amateur following is a few of the bargains offer during this Great Sale.
and open golf champion, was defeatedby

i Prices day's Ludley play in Mudge the ,Greenwich of Yale, in Tues- Best Creamery Butter, per pound _________________35c Olives, per bottle -------------__________________lOc
! -- club invitation tournament. The Process Butter, 2 lbs for -__-_____________________25c Maraschino Cherries, per bottle --------__________lOc
CALL OR Cheese per pound only ___________________________20c Green Plums in
PHONE margin four and Gage
was three. glass __________30c
Roquerfort Cheese __________ ___ ------------
per jar _______lOc
E. Ouimet was defeated 4 up and 3 to Green Tomato Pickles, glass 35c. size ______________
C. 20c
I YoungRoom play. Imperial Cheese, per jar ----____________________lOc
10, McNeill & Davis Block. The chief reason for Ouimet's defeat Ready Made Soups, 4 cans for ____________________25c Scot Tissue Towels per package --------__________-20c
Phone 569. was his failure to get the Cod Fish Balls, per can ---------________________lOc Blue Hen Matches per package ------------________20c t
puts dead to the pin, a trick approach Delmonico Salmon, 25c. can ______________________18c Insect Powder, 3 cans for -------------___________25c
which Mudge turned nicely. Ouimet Pork and Beans 3 cans for _____________________25c Roach Killer 2 large cans for -------------_______25c
Wesson Cooking Oil _____________ ____
outdrove his per can ____25c White Foam Ammonia __-_l8c. and 30c
MisdirectedEconomy opponent. --------------
Deviled Chicken, per can ----_____________________20e Calumet Baking Powder, per pound________________20c
LONDON Deviled Ham per can ____________________________loc Davis Baking Powder, per pound --------__________20c
ELECTS LORD MAYOR Sweet Wrinkled Peas per can _____________________lOc i Davis Baking Powder, 3 small cans for ----________25c
London Country Gentleman Corn, per can _________________lOc Rub-no-More Washing Powder, 8 packages for _____25c
Cheers Wakefield, Sept. -Sir Charles Country Gentleman Corn, large size, 2 for _________25c Ralston Food, 3 18c. packages for --------_________25c
was elected lordma'or Spiced Pickles per bottle ______________lOc :Malt: Breakfast Food 3 18c.
Trying to save a few cents by of ---------- packages for -__________25c
having your work handled by in- day. London by the council to :Mixed: Pickles per bottle _________________________lOc Potato Flour, 2 packages for -----------.-----______25c
Mustard, per bottle ______________lOc :Mallo: Icing, can
ferior hands. -------------- per ________20c
Your influence --- Eddy French: Mustard, $1.00 jugs for ______________65c Apricots per can _______20c
personal is ------------------------
greatly enhanced when you are IGLEXOOICAKE: AND Tomato Catsup, $1.00 jars for -___________________65c Peaches per can -------------------------_______20c
Bacon, Glass jars, only _______________30c White Cherries
clad in immaculate linen. CANDY PARLOR ----------- per can --------------------______20c
Sugar Butter, 35c. size __________________________-20c Red Cherries, per can _____20c
------------------ ,
Olive Oil $1.00 Bottle for ________________________85c Pears per can -----_____20c
Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches -----------------------------
OrlandoSteam etc. Pure Cider Vinegar, per bottle --__________________15c Aurora Coffee per can ---------------------______25c
Orders taken for parties. Olive Oil, 65c. bottle for ---_----_________________45c Bulk Coffee per pound---------___________________15c
Located in rear of Branch's BookStore Pure Cider Vinegar, 2 bottles for __________________25c Bulk Coffee, 2 Ibs for -----------------------_____25c
LaundryFRENCH ArcadeH.R.BERRY Lime Juice, 65c.: size for ---------___________-___oOc Phoenix Brand Tea only _-----------------_______15c
Vermont Pure Maple Syrup, 65c. size for ___________oOc Ginger Ale, 25c. size ------------------___________20c
DRY CLEANERS :Mint: Sauce per bottle ____________________________:SOc Ginger Ale, 15c. size ------------------__________lie
LAUNDERERS Eddy Chili Powder, 2 for -_______________________25c Honey, per comb 20c., 3 for --------______________25c
PHONE 88 Wright's Salad Dressing 35c. size for ______________23c Strain Honey per jar ------------------__________15c
Wrights Salad Dressing, 3 for ___________25c Strain Honey, jar
--------- per -------------______________lOc
Lemon Extract, 25c. size, 3 bottles for _____________25c Strain Honey, quarts, --------------______________50c
Fire A complete line of Ford Lemon Extract, lOc. size, per bottle for _____________5c Domino Sugar, 50c. size-_________________________40c
Insurance Peach Extract, lOc. size, per bottle for _____________oc Domino Sugar, 25c. size --------------____________20c
sories; a staff of expert mechanics Mint Flavor Green Cherries, 65c. bottle for _________oOc Silk Tissue Paper, 4 packages for -----____________25c
Guava Jelly, per jar _____________________________15c I Toilet Paper, 6 packages for ---------_____________25c
to render satisfaction in all
BAAS, Agents

Christ Building lines of Automobile Repair EXTRA SPECIAL SPECIAL OFFERSSalt

Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and Salt Mackerel 15c. size, 3 for . . . . . . . 25c will give 2 Ibs. of Coffee Free with every $5.00
Gasoline, and fair and square I 16 pounds Best Granulated Sugar for . . . . .$1.00 order.
For Sale At Brooms. Brooms, at a Great Discount. We will sell you 25 Ibs. of Granulated Sugar for 1.10
prices. Sunshine Cakes and Crackers, Crisp and Fresh. with every order of Sin Sugar included in the order.

Your Price


With every purchase of $1.00 cash or credit you will be given a chance to guess how many peas there are in a t

10-Room House, Lot 180x200, have been in business at the glass jar we have on display. The one guessing nearest the number will be given one of our Best Hams.

;. faces on three streets, 2 blocks same location, Corner of South Tomato The Pickles.customer giving us the largest order, cash or credit, during this sale, will be given six bottles of Green

: from center of City, east side. Main and Church Streets.

For Sale at YOUR PRICE. Phone 226 I

Our Grocery Company .

Orlando's Leading Repair Shop

CARL DANN and Garage I Phones 3 and 200 6 and 8 E. Pine St.



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Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet I 617
Directory i. the Greatest Want
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad in Orlando. Phone 161
worth Building.
Terms Cash in Adrince. .

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES I

For Three Days ____________50c
For Six Days _____________75c
For One Month --__________$Z50 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i
This rate applies on all ads of !
25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 172 Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the
: rate Room 5 Watkins Block Rooms 5 6 7 8Davis
-t i will be one cent per word for , ,-
I .-.(- each additional word, for each in- I & McNeill Block
{ sertion.
If ypu can't bring your ad to
j the office telephone No. 24. Ac- I
Victor Starbuck
i ji counts opened by telephone will be
t I payable the following day.

Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE ] ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW
Every Man has use for a 1 Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
7 r No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla
r Room 44

SALE Model 27 Buick; good Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
1 yA ti+. condition. Write Box 567. F. A. PEPPERCORN:

FOR SALE-A gasoline range, goodas
new; a bargain if taken at once. 37
Call mornings between 9 and 11. GO-1 I
'" Magnolia a\enue. 9-30-3tc

FOR SALE-Abbott-Detroit touringcar DR. N. L. BRYAN
; first class condition; $375 if
taken right away. Let us show it to PLUMBINGSALLAS
you. Box 93, Orlando, Fla. 9-29-Ct DENTIST
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; Phone 716
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping 20S Boone Street
I porches, heating plant; is modern Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, Bldg Phone 597.
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo'
I' FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER L. Percival Hutton
I Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeeping. -
Splendid location; large lot. SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. and
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping Housefor 9-19-3mo Plating Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

SIX ACRES, five in mile from McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable city limits on Conway brick road.
trouble and drudgery,of all' the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break- Good six room house, including bath. WORK Florida.
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas 1000. Thoman, R. 1, Box 12.
HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffias fresh from the Gas Range! 9-26-6tc

She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe : FOR one QUICK quarter mile SALE-20 from city acre limits tract; Engineer

very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
knows'rom experience>> hov cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 47 Watkins Bldg.. Orlando, Fla.
the Gas Water Heater-ho r quickly it does warm a bath. 6-9-tf .

Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeening. Is your house- Phone 72 .
work a drudgery or a pleasure?

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Department with RENT-A modern conveniences good ten room, central house, Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL

ly located; just the thing for board- OPTOMETRIST
.. ing house; located in a prosperousand and Counsellor at Law
growing town; business room on ORLANDO - FLORIDA
ground floor, 22-60. Apply to W. L. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSM
Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc
Story Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OP
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FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.McCRACKEN.REPADmO
furnished or unfurnished, by;
the season, month or year, with gar-
age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply .

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ FOR to RENT J. Watkins.-Nicely.furnished 9-2Mmo roomsat ARCADEMILK t

306 East Church street; cheap HEADQUARTERS FOR
rate to permanent parties; no children
taken. 9-17-tf Caruthers FlowersLeave
FOR RENT-By the season month,
I or year, one upstairs Hat for liith your orders here
housekeeping; also other looms and DEPOT
garage, electric tiirhu and bath i In
the varieties of and hOUJi" Apply :300) ) Eat Conc rd ave
leading Orange Grape- U-10-tfc .Violet o 0 Dell 0 Florist.
-- .
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP 1m* Installed -
AD outside service! depart BUTTER MILK J. M. CARDTUERS
.. .. .. mont and la prepared- -! to give you
:: .. ..
.. .
prompt attention. W* have a competent Fresh Every Day. Phone 809. 408 South L k, 8U
._.. man who will fit key, repair
your trunk, or do anything in.tho repair See per glass
line. lie U ready to go at you 25c. per gallonCREAl1

The rainy season is the best time to set iM2-lmoc call now Just phone 204. AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep When in need of veterinary call BUTTER
on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. 375 I
one year's growth in advance of trees set '-9- 81mo. Fresh Homemade j West Jefferson StreetSuccessor

next fall. New crop onion sets just arrived, SANDWICHES to
Bermuda Danvers and Silver Skin.
Full line garden, field and flower Hand Wood CompanyWood
seeds. Dean,the Seed and Drug Man,

< | Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest LAWN prop. City MOWERS Drug Store.sharpened 1-9-23-lmw and ARCADE MilK DEPOT of All Kinds

prices, to the above addressttllMlllltlllllMIMIiiltMHHM Repair repaired Shop.at Orlando Bicycle 9-8-lmo and -- PROMPT SERVICE


MMMM f MCitMH ;MMMiltltiltlMM* mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake
field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, I
25c. per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav- Cabinet MakerDoors
w I Harness endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
I Makingand land banana plants, lOc. to 25c.: each.
Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Screens, Porch Swings,
Repairing 9-15-d&w-tfc Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
FOR SALEWill Card Tables Cedar
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers Folding ,
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-
I All kinds of leather repairing, suchas ; anything in the repair line is tals, etc. Also Repair Work.

I Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, our line. Just phone 304, Young's All Work Guaranteed Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
Repair Shop, and our man will call!
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks
offer for sale for a few days at once. 9-12-1moc
Auto Cushions and Tops, also
scissors BUYERS AXD SELLERSI 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
j get your sharpened.
the Avenue
property corner Orange jI buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
----- - - -----
I estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla. HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 23 West Church Street, in Hopkins over 30 years. Have handled over XURSERY TREES-Vaiencias, Par-
$20,000,000. Call and see me. son Browns, and tangerines; rough
Shoe Shop. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.RACKARD'S lemon sour and grapefruit stock fromEassenger
the skating rink property, for $26,000. Hammock Nursery for sale ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST-

W. A. Boston91612t PRESSING CLUB cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year Located in the Arcade BuildingAll Fla- Route 2. 9-23-lmoc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
work guaranteed and neatly Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by
and interest six -
at per cent. done. Our work is the best S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring
and our prices are the lowest. Lake Dairy. l'hone orders to J. 1)
I This I is the place to have your I I 1-9-30-lmotf Mapruder number 683-tt. Phone 204

FORD TIRESFront oJd clothes made new.
Sim r'ubbed and re ed76c. SLAUGHTER SALE:
C. A. HOVEY Suit dry cleaned, press@d..60c) ; I A. B. Cook & Co.

Suit pressed .............40e "Buy your wan rai ef cheap far the
$6.75 All Palm Beaches scrubbedand petit! few des' Making room far our Christ Building, Orlando.

pressed ............11oZ new fall ileek "" "IA"II) I'teneer
Htare' Geart etreew I'hene 67.) -
$8.25 Mohair suits prened ......23e: 98tfe.Umbrtltab.
--- -------=---- -- -- -- -- Rear We do l Indies' work als. Glv@u. INVESTMENTS, LOANS
a trial and be convince, *4 eever d and repaired!
Try a Sentinel Want Ad GOODEN J\CKSON AND Clothe called for and U@livftdPhono MwhH you wait." 1\ Yeufiffa\ Repair STOCKS AND


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LOCAL AND PERSONAE I' "'_ i .-. 11111111111111111 fc. 1111111 i'

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brusser of
lakeland, were among the visitors to
Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

Harry Regar, of Tampa, was '
Travel in Panamaand in Orlando yesterday in the interestof :" *l.' '
the Pierce Electrical FOR EVERY .
everywhere on American territory il timpf6' by "A.C.A. company.
Cnequei. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are s,
accepted: like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would RIDE in Mamrick's Jitney Bus one
often be refuted for want of proper Identification. These cheques hour, 12 miles Jot ]SOc. 8-23-tfc
are identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for -
business or pleasure. Mrs. II. B. Myers returned lad H $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando evening from a summer's visit to relatives JA
nnd friends in

Mrs. John F. Emrh returned home
yesterday! afternoon from. Little Hock, "
Aik.. where ah@ hag ITCH spending ,
the summer. It
,, "
KM t Hamrkk'n jitney bus, Be,

11j.18.tf YOU SAVE t

I Mr. !find! Mrs R. E:, Lester, who .
have been spending several weeks in
Orlando, left last night for Tampa
,where they will reside. $10 A YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis have returned -
to Orlando from Detroit,Mich.,
:where they have been spending the ,
past four months.

: Get your next shave at the Standard -

I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Morton have :

ti I prone to Minis on the East Coast, -. ';. .
i tr where Mr. Morton will have chargeof "

: I the packing house of A. J. Nye. .', I : / '.l{"

Mrs. W. M. Murphy and baby, who ).
have been visiting relatives and

" friends yesterday in Jacksonville afternoon.Ride returned home The Peoples National Bank: ?'- >i

Messrs. DeLaney Way and II. N. Miss Pauline Clausen one of the .
Kearney left last evening for Tampa, accomplished milliners in the Dick- Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
:' where they will spend today, return- son-Ives company department store, 18-18-tf
: ing home Saturday in Mr. Way's new returned to Orlando yesterday after-
j Maxwell car. noon from Louisville Ky., where she Mr. S. W. West left yesterday afternoon :
r has been spending some time.L. for Lakeland to look after '
, Mr. P. :M. Elder, one of Seminole the interests of the J. G. McCrory ,
county's good and substantial citizens C. Kavanaugh, popular Orlandoman company.Mr. llllillilllllillllMllilliniillllllMMIM'' .
, and owner of the famous Elder who for some time has repre-
t Springs was among the out of town sented the International Sugar Feed Fred W. Dalton, the popular .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIJIlllllllIII..Ji.llllllll.ttl'11111' I'III lllllll II.r
t visitors to Orlando yesterday. company, of Memphis, has been pro- representative of Eli Witt, Tampa.
moted to eastern division salesman spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest -
; Mrs. O. L. Hinchey left yesterday with an office in Baltimore. Many of his house.
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line .
local friends called at the DeSoto yesterday I
for Gainesville, Fla., where she will '' to congratulate Mr. Kava Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. .
join Mr. Hinchey and make theirs 'I'naugh upon his promotion.-Tampa 18-21-tf
home in that city. Tribune. SPECIAL/
Mr. Wm. Justice Lee, manager of
the material department of Chase &

Company Jacksonville, spent yesterday

in Orlando on business. 1 Touring Car complete, good running

11 Miss Mary Smith left yesterday

afternoon for Jacksonville where she condition. $175.
will spend the week end with her
mother, Mrs. A. L. Smith.

Deposit your Saviiga Checks and 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine

let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
/eu. 8-12-tf
running $150.San1 .

Mr. Chas. O. Hawkins, who has
been spending! some time with rela.
JUST RECEIVED CAR tives and friends at his former homein

Shelbyville, Ind., returned to Orlando
LOAD 0 F yesterday! afternoon. Juan Garage Company I

Mr. Joseph DdWHon, the popular
Touring Florida representative/ of Burger & Orlando Daytona
ttaumgnrd, hardware! merchant, New
York, returned yesterday afternn Jft
$482,00 DeliveredF. from it month's visit to Goth"",. DISTRIBUTORS

How much did you save tact month
In eash er Saving! checks "-I.tf:
-- .MtMMIMIIHliiMMMMMIMilMMMO. . . '.... ..,.. ... . Mi. .1.....,.......
Mr. M. H. PU, traveling -
32: En.Church Street .
l'hoiu tai agent of the Louisville & Nashville I
railroad, wa among the well I , . ... . . , . . . ,' MIMMMMMUlf UiM
known transportation men visiting:
Orlando jesteday. Who Will Be Your Executor?

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dudley left t
Formosa yesterday in their automobile -
for a trip to Lakeland. They were _
-- -- - accompanied by :Mrs. J. li. Calder, ot Your estate may be materially; impaired as a "' ,
this city. direct result of the appointment of an executoror ,,ti ? ttti
...11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111111FALL trustee.

Deposit your Savings Checks and When an individual is appointed- y? _
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for + '
you. 8-12-tl The financial responsibility is generally weaker. ;. "
in wills that the person'
It is usually provided
WEDDINGSAre Lee M. Terry, popular Orlando cit nominated to serve as executor shall be excused =
izen, was here yesterday, a guest at 3
from giving bonds.
the DeSoto hotel, calling on friends 4 *
now giving us the cove ted opportunity to gladdenthe and conferring with business asso- When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense :''w 1
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift ciates.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. of the estate and then only partial secu- ,

rity against loss is provided. j ,%
SILVER CUT GLASS [CHINA i Hume Rucker and son, Master When a Trust Company is selected- f' .
Howard who have been visiting Rev.
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
and Mrs. J. D. Renaker, at 602 "{
ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE Hughey street left yesterday after. is secured.
noon for their home in Louisville, Ky. A bond which has behind it the entire financial
Our stock affords an easy solution of the oft repeated strength of the Institution is always filed with
question What shall I give the bride? How much did you save last monthin the Probate Court .* 'n cost to the estate.
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof r : f
Quality always the best-Prices always "Correct." this newspaper. e'.es i d'mtY
i Mr. L. T Crisler returned yesterday {
ASK YOUR FRIEND TO BUY A FRENDSHIP LINK afternoon from Fort Myers wherehe
HERE; ENGRAVED FREE has been spending several weeks Come in any time and freely ask for further I t
with Mrs. Crisler, who has been making information on this. vitally important subject. },
a sojourn in Lee county for the You are always welcome, and our office's are always -
benefit of her health. Many friendsin glad to advise.
this section will be pleased to learn

T. H. EVANSJEWELER that she is very DoctorsBuekiliaster much improved. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& Bniiidajic!! Orlando, Florida

Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
a National Bank. Phone 578. M 11111111111,11+1..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.Yllllmlllll".1111111.111111111111111 11 ,. .


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