Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00524
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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 2, 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: VID00524
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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DISTRICTS TOWARDS Conference Today at New York EXPLOSION TERRORIZES Agent Silliman Who Knows the
London, ,Oct. -L -Fighting from
Between Von Bernstorff and True Situation Is
on Wayto
trench to trench' in' the Givinchy EMPLOYES THIS DEPT.
woods, the French realized further Secretary of State Washington-Will

tonight progress ol'idaUj-'aDJUM1need.in their'drive on Lens, Paris GERMANY MAKES E S BIG PROMISEBerlin Lansing TWOEXPLOWIAST10DAYS 1 0 Arrive Soon WILL BE ABOUT 100 DESTROYERS

The heaviest fighting of the day Washington, Oct. .-Capt. Von Washington, Oct. 1.--Officials who

took place at Artois while minor Says 800,000 Troops Are Papen, the German military attache, have been handling the Mexican situ-
Consternation Reigns Among Conference Monday by President -
gains were 'made at Champagne who in his letter referred to Ameri- ation pointed out today that Carranzanow

where fierce .fighting' continues on a About to StrikeBulgarian cans as "idiotic Yankees" will shortly 1,500 Employes and Many has only about nine days in] and Naval Committee

wide 'front. Mobilization which to prove the claim that he prac-
leave for Mexico and will not return May Resign, Says Promises to Be One of
tically controls the Republic of Mex
London, Oct. I/-Sir John French ContinuesRome to this country. This statement was Dispatch ico. On October 9th the Pan-Ameri Great Interest

in an,official report tonight, says that made today by an official of the ad- can conference will meet at Washington. -
all positions northwest of Hulluch via Paris, Oct. 1.-Despite ministration.It I Paterson N. J., Oct. 1.-One man Washington, Oct. President Wil-

'have been maintained with{ the exception rigorous claims Bulgarian censorship the is strongly intimated at the state i was killed and fourteen others injured As ample time has been given since son, Secretary Daniels, and Repre-
of about 150 yards on the extreme to have dispatchesfrom department that a conference will be I nine of whom are not expectedto the last meeting of the conference for sentative Padgett, chairman of the
left. Sofia stating that the situation held tomorrow at New York between recover in a mysterious explosionthis the leaders to compose their differ- house naval affairs committee wiil

The British forces now in Franceare has been complicated by an apparent Secretary of State Lansing and Am. afternoon in the metallic cap ences, it is said definite action will be confer at the White House Mondayand

estimated at a round million men, change of front by King Ferdinand, bassador Von Bernstorff, when Ger- works of the DuPont Powder com- taken soon afterward.It decide on the items in the naval

which will be increased by 500,000. who has recalled the appointment of man affairs generally will be considered pany's plant at Pompton Lake near is pointed out that Carranza has construction program for the coming

Dally lengthening of the obituary columns Crown Prince Boris as commander in and the case of Papen will be here. not been able to defeat Villa, who is year. Speedy action will become necessary

of the London newspapers i is chief of the army. Sentiment in favor disposed of satisfactorily to the Following so closely upon the ex- still in the field with a large army. because the law provides that

beginning to measure the price paid of Russia is reported to be increasing United States. plosion of last Wednesday at the same Nor is there any evidence of a decisive estimates by Secretary Daniels in the

} by ,the British for their recent of- in the rural districts. plant, which resulted in the deathsof conflict being sought by Car- next appropriation bill must be sub-
fensive.In The Tribune's dispatches assert ORANGE CENTER PAIR UNITED four persons consternation reigns ranza's generals.The mitted by October 15.

the great battle in the Artois that mobilization is proceeding under IN MARRIAGE YESTERDAYMr. among the 1,500 employes and a number real situation and extent of the The general impression of active
a German staff officer but will not be of them tonight announced their navy men is that from $90,000,000 to
district the French have made further power of Carranza will be given to
completed for another fortnight. Louis II. Schuck and Miss Bessie intention of will
resigning. the $100,000,000 be necessary over
of attacks with state
progress by means department shortly by Silli .
King Ferdinand, it is reported, has E. both and
Whidden of Orange Center above expenses for the regular
hand grenades in German trenches. man, special United States agent at
received a promise from Berlin that were united in marriage by Dr. THE WEATHER Vera Cruz, who has been near Car annual upkeep of the navy and to

British Note Made Public 800,000 Austro-German troops will Edw. T. Poulson at the Baptist pasto- For Florida: Generally rain today; ranza for the past six months. lie start the program for four battleships -

Washington, Oct. 1.-The state department undertake to march through the Balkans rium at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.The slightly cooler tonight north portion; is on the way to Washington. two fast cruisers, or two battle
made public today the text to Constantinople. Three hun witnesses were Mrs. Gertrude moderate southwest winds except cruisers.

of the note received from Sir EdwardGre dred thousand Germans have been Duren and George Duren. northwest over northwest portion. SENIOR CLASS 'ELECTION OF Twenty-five to thirty torpedo destroyers

)' denying that Great Britain concentrated at Temesvar, Hungary, ---- --- ----- ORLANDO HIGH SCIIOOL and sufficient marines will

while interfering with American 72 three miles hundred northeast of Belgrade with Supt.J. F. McKinnonIn Makes A Statementoleman's YESTERDAYThe bring the total of first class vesselsof
cannon including fifty that
trade with such neutral countries as type up to 100 and about
Holland Denmark Sweden and Nor. siege guns and sixty aeroplanes, but fifty hydroaeroplanes and dirigibles
Regard To Prof.: Certificate senior class of the Orlando
will not be
ready to attack for two
way is taking advantage of the high school held a meeting yesterdayfor and provide a reserve sailor corps of
weeks.It .
blockade to increase her own trade the of electing officersfor about 50,000 men.
with those countries is believed here that if the allies An article appeared in the issued until endorsed by some other -. the year.purpose As a result of the meet

The British foreign secretary admits sent an expedition against Bulgaria columns of the Sentinel of September county superintendent when it becomes ing Donald Evans was elected class PREDICTS BIG TOURIST TRAVEL
it will be lande'd
that exports of many staple articles which at Kavala on the 28th, in reference to the county superintendent valid in the county of the su- president; Miss Lois Pedrick. vice. DURING WINTER
from Great Britain to these Aegean sea, would enable the perintendent endorsing it. The
endorsing .
allies to threaten both of schools and Prof. W. president; Mill Hallie King, necretnrytrensurer
countries have :Invrenaed, greatly since Philippopolis of a first, second, or third and Miss Agnes Kam. Tampa Fla., Oct. 1.-That the Sea
r the war, but contends that American and Sofia. S. Coleman which is inaccurate instatement grade certificate is discretionary with historian board Air Line railroad is preparing

exports in the same articles have It is said two ultimatums soon will l and demands some correction any county superintendent. The statute per After some discussion of the outlook to handle an unprecedented volume of

shown a still greater increase. to addressed to King Ferdinand, one and explanation. Mr. Glenn of provides: MA first second or for the publication of the High ,business to Florida this winter was

,,,,.. Grey then states that American by the central empires and the other the Sentinel called at my office :Monday third grado certificate may be endorsed School Echo this year a committeewas the statement of C. B. Ryan, general
the ..
exports of cotton into Holland, Den by quadruple entente making Im.perutive afternoon and asked me for a by the county superintendentof appointed to report on the mat- passenger agent Mr. Ryan left at

mark. Sweden and Norway from January an immediate derision us to statement in regard to the Coleman any county in the state, and shall ter. This committee which will have 1 o'clock on the fast train for Jacksonville -

to May, 1915, Increased 3,149,401 the part the country U to play !in the incident, saying that one of the local then be valid for its unexpired term charge of the preliminary work U on hb' way to his headquarters -

rentals over the previous year, which war. trustees had talked with him about It. In the county in which It U endorsed.A composed of the following members: at Norfolk, Va.

is six times the increase in BritUh I replied that I did not wish to publish state teacher's certificate is Charles Limpus chairman; Stuart M.

exports of gotten.UNVEILING MAIL ltOUUlmAT PLANT CITY anything in regard to the matter awarded to any one who passes a satIsfactory Gould Knox Calvert and the Misses ORANGE COUNTY ROAR TRADE

until after a meeting& of the county examination on geometry, Lois Pedrick Fannie Taylor, and El- TO GET CHARTER
OP( :.MONUMENT AT Plant City, Fla., Oct. 1.-The bag board of public instruction could beheld trigonometry physics botany, zool- mina Gould.

OAKLAND TOMORROWThe gage room at the union depot here and an expression from the coun ogy Latin rhetoric, English literature Next Tuesday afternoon the Orange

was broken into last night and two ty board be obtained without previous psychology general history ata ST. CLOUD LOSES FINAL GAME County Board of Trade will meet at

R. II. Cox monument will be sacks of mail taken therefrom and newspaper discussion. To my surprise state examination held at the officeof OF THE SEASON TO the office of Judge T. P. Warlow at

unveiled at Oakland cemetery tomor carried outside of the building and]I and regret& the Sentinel on the the state superintendent of public ORLANDO 2 o'clock, for the purpose of signingthe

row afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Or rifled. One of the pouches contained following morning contained the instruction or at any place designatedby application for a charter.
lando Woodmen and visitors invited insured mail. Both sacks of mail
statements referred to. I do not him. A state certificate is signed In the last; game of the regular
to attend.OVERSTREET. were from Tampa for Plant City,, think for a moment that any statement by the state superintendent without baseball season the Marines lost to KANSAS CITY CHOSEN FOR 1916
and arrived Atlantic Coast Line
on of the Sentinel article is due to further endorsement. Prof. Colemanhas the fast Orlando aggregation last ENCAMPMENT OF UNION
train No. 82, which reached here al
CRATE COMPANY ill will the of its repeatedly refused to take the VETERANS
last any on part courts Thursday by the score of 2 to 0. This
9:47 The
OPENS MONDAYThe night. postoffice au editor towards the examination for state certificate
ous county superintendent a was also the deciding game!: of the
thorities here unable estimatethe
were but rather to a lack of fa though notified by the state superin series, both teams having won two Washington Oct. L-Kansas City
Overstreet Crate at
loss and have asked the
company postmaster miliarity with Florida teachers' cer tendent that he could not hold the position each by the of was selected yesterday as the place
games one
Lockhart will open Monday with the at Tampa to make up a list of the
tificates.In of principal of a senior high score. With else but Barze for the 1916 encampment of the
any one I
usual large fprce 'of men. insured mail which was sent out to .
the Sentinel appeared the para school if he did not procure a state in the box Orlando would have had a Grand Army of the Republic.
Plant City last night, so that a checking -
graph "Dr. J- McKinnon, county certificate. slim chance, as the Marines had their

-SIiRIPTIONS P POUR O U R IN I If N of the up baggage can be made.room bad The been rear pried door I superintendent of public instruction As a result of his persistent refusal eye on the ball and had Barze work- HUGE E FLOOD
has refused to endorse the state to take the state examination ing at his best all the time. They DEATH LIST

open. teacher's certificate held by Prof. W. for a state certificate as required b game was a pitcher's battle from

S. Coleman which disqualifies him 'the regulations of the state board of start.to finish. St. Cloud Tribune.
Flood of Applications Received D. R. ELLERBE CHARGE OF
from teaching in Orange county." education, he lost his position as prin- I t :Millions of Property Loss in

From Bankers and Individuals ICE DEPARTMENTThe This the first paragraph of the article cipal of the Orlando high school and A. C. L. TILL ROBBED OF $.18 South Mississippi Valley .

for Big Loanto following notice is being mailedto is incorrect, for Prof. Coleman was made principal of the grammarschool EARLY YESTERDAY as Result of Tropical
Allies does not hold a Florida state teach- grades. Prof. Simmons who : MORNING
the patrons of the Orlando Water HurricaneBaton
r er's certificate. If it had been written holds a state certificate, being appointed -
and Light Company
New York, Oct. Members of the : "Prof. W. S. Coleman has re principal of the high school. Early Friday morning a burglar
"We operate our own ice delivery Rouge La., Oct. L-The
big syndicate of banks, trust companies offering courteous service ice fused to take both the Orange county Prof. Coleman, as principal in Orlando broke into the A. C. L. ticket office death list resulting from the hurri-

and private banking houses and full weight. pure and the state teacher's examination" has held no higher than a first and succeeded in getting $48 which cane which swept the New Orleans

which will manage the $500,000,000 "This department is under the immediate the statement would have been entirely grade certificate such as is held had been left in the till by the night section and the :Mississippi gulf coast

bond issue negotiated here by the charge of Mr. Douglass R. correct, for that is just what Prof. throughout the county and state by agent. The theft was committed be- Wednesday is expected to reach 65 i
Anglo-French commission had Coleman has done. young girls and maidens as well as by
tween the hours of 3 and 7 a. m. when or 70, while
Ellerbe who would be pleased to receive property damage will
received today a flood of applicationsfrom inquiries regarding out service Some explanation the differences men. His first grade certificate issued there was no one in the office. The mount into the millions, according to i
banks and individuals for between a state certificate and first in Hillsboro county and endorsedby
per "We respectfully solicit pat a police are working on the case, and the latest reports compiled here to t
mission to participate in underwriting your grade certificate seems needed. A" myself as county superintendentfor hope to make an arrest soon. day. The losses are distributed .
the loan. Although the subscription ronage. first grade certificate is issued to anyone Orange county, expired in June follows as s.. ;
Orlando Water and Co"e :
books have not yet been opened, Light who obtains: a legally required end it became necessary for him to CARD OF THANKS New Orleans-19 dead 200 injured !

it was stated that offers to buy th percentage on orthography reading, procure another certificate valid in ----- loss ;
BASEBALL RESULTS property more than 2000000.
bonds already have amounted to many English, grammar arithmetic, composition Orange county in order to hold a po- The boys of the O. H. S. football Mississippi Coast-13 dead, scores i

millions. Federal LeagueAll geography history, agriculture sition as teacher or principal in Orange association wish to thank the people injured or missing; property loss estimated .
postponed rain. physiology, theory and practice county. The natural thing for who attended the skating rink last at $2,000,000.
FINED FOR WHIPPING DAUGHTER American LeagueBostonWashington civil government, algebra and phys him to do as a teacher and residentof night for their 1
rain. support. They also Frenier La. 25 dead about 20 injured
Chicago 8, St. Louis 0. ical geography at a regular county Orange county was to take the.Or- thank Mr. Guernsey for the use of his ; heavy damage to railroads. 1

Others not scheduled. teacher's examination.A ange county teacher's examinationheld wheelbarrows Mr. Gore for his rent- ,
A. B. Burnett, a was fined Naional League first grade certificate is signed in June or September as severalof the rink
;o negro Boson 2, Philadelphia 9. ing so reasonably; last, but The October magazines are a delight -
-t $50 in police court )'esterday for St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 3. I by the county superintendent, and i is the Orlando teachers did, or give not least, Coach F McCracken. and entertaining to a degree.
$ beating his daughter. I Others not scheduled. i good only in the county in which it i is ''(Continued on page 5) THE O. H. Sot.FOOTBALL ASS'N. Curtis & O'Neal book atare.x .

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South Florida SentinelMORNING In a recent issue of the Lake City Agents will attend to your fire insurance "
promptly. Christ building.
AND WEEKLY I Citizen-Reporter is a tersely written THE SKY 1-9-11-1moc

JI/. !:. GLENN ......................Editor editorial condemning the practice of -----
W. C. ESSINGTON ."."..B..la... Manager sending away for those things which Above The shining my garden Dipper pate swings

Entered at the pwtofticc at Orlando Flor- 'an be purchased at home, and making And in the center of the blue
Ida M Second C1... Mail Matter. a strong plea for the merchantswho A gold rosette Arcturus, hangs, The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's New
Onion Sets Just
SUBSCRIPTION KATLSDaily. While Vega dances in the east Crop
1 Tear ....................... $5.00 are helping to make your town. With four attendants ,..
Da 7. 1 Month. ......................- *-tODaily. The writer aptly : frail.
1 Month ......_............... 1.ZC very says The Twins RO wandering down the Arrrved .
DaUr. 1 Month ....................... .69Weekly. How would you like to be compelled west Select Boarding and Day

1 Year ...................... 11.00 to go or send to some other To To dream fields beyond fields far our pale,! School for Girls Come in to see us.'e are famous for our High Quality
-- town or city every time you want a a a 16th Year opens October 6th 1915
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS: ADVANCE PAYABLE IN paper of pins, or a spool of thread, The sun's last flaminps pale and die, Primary Intermediate and Academic Seeds, and Low Price

or a sack of tobacco It would be a And evening spreads her dusky wing:; Grade
TO ADVKRYISEUl rightful nuisance wouldn't it? And Now printed,on the western sky Also Musi I.:, Art, Elocution Physical
Arc and silver .
spangles a ringChicago
c.., t.r *.t>l 7 Sod all et"".r .....-... you would not want to live in such a Tribune Culture and Domestic Science. City Drug StoreJ.
4trlUlnc .... bo ".ndf In >t lira b*...*.. graveyard town anyway, would you! For Catalogues. address the Rector,
.IB(* .( M. tl.uIl..l MI Utr than S p. "
U a 4.t k Ur. piiMWtUon.' Tkl. nle applies And you would feel just like Belling KEEP E'IOPIS Iter. Roderick I'. Cobb A. M.
<. ck.*c** fr ratrMl ..*.,......| It toUvtrUbU .. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLA.
..< .IU k.. ttrictlr tdhtrW U.BuUcrltwra your farm or town property and going nut THE .\Klms.i Orlando. .'IL ,
to some place with a little life, i Fakers. That one word should put
dwlrlo Tb S.ntm.l, dca......- wouldn't you; that is, if you COULD everybody on guard. This section ot .- --- ---.
bawd should nolifr tbe offlc la writing on
the UU of iplratlon.. otbcrwU It will tw ell, and if anybody else was foolish the woods will soon be invested by
soatl.a.d. .1 th. ,oar III.r ubMrlptian. r.t... enough to want to settle down and the advance army of fakers who It Is Saidthat
until notice to atop ii r.c.lesd.Tsl.ph. i 1
... N..brSATUKDAV. ....,...,............. I' Invest in a "dead hole." Now, do youthink yearly come to Florida] to fake the
it is just a fair proposition public and skin the unsuspecting! cit.
OCTOUEK 2. 1913 there is time enough for Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
or even to your own interest all a izen of hard earned dollars. Faker
everything except a train that
property owner-to make a convenience come with empty bags and return to
Gainesville has fire alarm boxes of the local dealer when you other parts with cotTers filled to over has gone. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS:

Mattered throughout the city. The want pins or a smoke, and then send flowing. How long must Mr. Unsuspecting If there are any people in Or.
idea is a good one. trade that is worth having Public. lie down
your awayto as a sheep ange county who have not yet
-0- some galoot who doesn't cart and let the wolves run away with eaten at the Model Cafe there is Real Values Low Prices
The advance of the hoboes has whether you live or die, just so long real gold. The time to awake is not
still time-day or night.
tartcd. The artillery fire of whic AI he gets your money! Do you!" May 1910, when the robbery will lu COMPARE
kered bum precedes tho raider o finished.\ Lock the stable door, etc, No bombast or pretense aboutit

Look out for them. TIm LONG unA WS.OUT is a good policy to follow right now. just the best that can bo OUR FURNITURE

o ATTLKS" : OF' TODAY.Wherean o served at the moderate prices

The financial writers complain thnt It used to be "the day" THOITCHTS FOU THK DAY. charged.Our W. provide the quality of furniture that has long teen accepted -
there U no snap to the stock market. that wa lost and won, it is now nn)'. 25c. meals and 15c. specials by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
Those who have suffered much
That come when the little woolly where from a week to tho fortnight, like those who know languages arc should appeal to those who An article ia here it Is good It wouldn't be hero were it otherwise.We .

lamb venture his head in the bear' And one wonders whnt must bo the they have learned to ninny understand and, desire the best at a reasonable can't make this point too clear-it is one of tho foundation
mouth. "stage of soul" of officers and men stones of this business and that means much to any bu"er..lIcNEILL .
be understood by alii-Madame Swet. price.
o during these all but never-ending
mltles. Marked by great dullness, chine. Uy serving the greater quan-
There U a complaint that it Is impossible a
The doorstep to the temple of wisdom -
to get automobile delivered we should say, if not by a clearly defined tity of oysters we are always
is the knowledge of our own ignorance \ & DAVIS BLOCK
as fast as people want them but no fatalism. Retreat means only ,-Spurgeon. able to have them fresh. .
such trouble Is encountered in buying another fight ,as bad if not worse. We have served thousands of !
How is it possible to expect man. Corner Orange Are. and Church Street Orlando, Florida
farm tools. Death means relief. Getting wounded conscience, so do hope and fear on account the best people of Orange Coun-
o means a sojourn in the hospital, of his deeds arise in his mind ty. We hope to serve thousands
but the chance of being shot even
Few gardeners follow the injunction -Ovid. mire who.appreciate well cook-
there. At think should
a guess we we
to cut the weeds before they go -0-
ed food
become fairly indifferent to what befell prompt service.TheModel .
to seed as the work has to be done Congressman Leflin of Alabama
us there in the trenches and, if
right off while the seeds won't come made a wise suggestion to the secre-- The rketOF
any perceptible interest relieve the
up until next spring. taries of the army and navy when hi
boredom it would be curiosity-a
o advised them to buy CLEANLINESS OF
ague, tired dismal inquisitiveness as a very large CafeFIELD'S QUALITY
There is a growing feeling in this quantity of cotton as a means of pre
to how the infernal set-to was destined OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
country that it is not necessary for paredness. Secretary Daniels admit-
to end.-Philadelphia Ledger.
the fall styles in school textbooksand ted that the government plants were FRESH AND SALT MEATS

methods to change quite as oftenas o manufacturing a vast amount of pow Kept under the best sanitary conditions..

women's fashions.If FOR THE GOOD der. Why not buy cotton from home Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
o OF THE RACE. cotton producers instead of allowing' and pure.

that Allied drive could be contni- Editor Bob Holly of the Sanford it to be exported. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

ued the banks of the noble' Rhine Herald has ideal aspirations as a citizen o c CHOCOLATE everything in the Meat line.

should be reached about Thanksgiving and a lover of his fellow men. MUST RIDE MULE TO GET JOB VANILLA

time. However Europe knows In his newspaper he says: I ]E3. M. Self <& Co.
not that word or its meaning. "We don't want to be mayor, nor Grass Valley Cal.-Provided Miss TUTI FRUTI
0Farmers' postmaster, nor even the Pooh Bah Annie Smith will consent to dispensewith GUAVAICE PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Joe. All want is million dollars -
Day October 8th will be we a a trunk and ride a pack mule
observed by the banks closing for the to build a hotel a country club she will be employed as teacher at the CREAMS.

day. To make farmers' day completethe a pavilion on the lake front a white I' Red Point school in Humbug canyon,

farmers ought to invite the bank way over the city a Young Men's near Towles. The locality is near the

ers to a fried chicken dinner.-Clearwater Christian Association and several) summit of the Sierra and no wagon AUTO LUNCHESA .RINK
Sun.Miami other buildings besides finishing the road reaches it.
o new churches. After all this is done Miss Smith hesitates. She says she SPECIALTY
there would be a few dollars left thatwe does not know which is goingon
wilt have the Boston Braves worse -
for the next five years a contract would like to expend on a few a mule or going without a trunk. I LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

having been signed to that effect. funeral services not our own and The school directors especially stipu- CLUB SANDWICH 25e. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

Miami is a live town and is to be congratulated after that "there would be nothing toe late that the prospective teacher -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
> desired. should not bring a trunk. '
upon getting the ex-cham o -INSTRUCTORS.Open .
pions of the National League. We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
o ONE OF THE WORLD'SNEW Things political have quieted downa 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. '
Now that the Mendenhall trial is WONDERS. bit. It is the lull before the storm, and Delivered for All

over all persons in the state particularly Long distance wireless telephone perhaps. Occasions Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. .
in South Florida can devote communication has been tested ands .

their sole attention to packing grips not far from being perfected. The

and suitcases for the forthcomingfairs wonders of the age still progress. Engraved Stationery and ADMISSION 10 CENTS
which will be staged throughoutthis While one-half of the world is tearing -
section. ; its vitals to pieces the other halfis
o attempting to bring the arts and

Thank heavens! No longer will sciences to a high degree of perfec-
those kids crying Tampa T-r-r.ibune tion. A human voice travelling over ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

wake us up from our beauty nap at an intervening distance of 3,000 miles because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent CAREY HANDFUNERAL

6 in the morning. If the Tribune had without wires is a wonderful feat. Atone and deliver the goods in Orlando.
not needed the money we would have time the hearing of a human
killed a score of them five days ago.- voice 100 miles away by means of a QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. DIRECTOR

Clearwater Sun. wire was considered a marvellous in- PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

-o vention. The wireless telephone is as AND EMBALMER\
Economy also means that the father far ahead of the telephone as an electric W. S. BRANCH,
with a turkey wing income ought light is to a candle. Wonders

not to undertake to buy ostrich never cease. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
plumed hats for six daughters who All calls answered Promptly Dayor

regard washing dishes as drudgeryand r
slinging the frying pan a disgrace. Night. Hand Block.I .

.-Houston Post.
0 Orlando Florida.
I -
The Miami Herald takes a rap at ,

Senator John W. Weeks of Massa\ I, PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
chusetts. Not too hard Herald, not "First"A ,

too hard-the older citizens of this
section remember John W. Weeks as

a prosperous business man in Orlandosome darkey's mule was sick unto death. The doctor prescribed a dose of calomel and

years aeo. told the darkey to give it in a powder by putting it in a paper funnel and blowing down
the mule's throat. Not long after the doctor was called to the darkey's bedside and saw
death tropical I
No floods or dealing
hurricanes, no bank failures, or business at once that the man had taken an overdose of calomel. He said "I gave you that calo- AUTO WASHING STATIONTHE

houses closing their doors, no mel for the mule not for yourself." "Yes," said Pete "I know dat, but de mule blew

German agents to disrupt our factories fust."

no murder trials or lynchings We not only blow "fust" but last and all the time about our Feeds, Flour, etc. PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

no no subway fires-Orlando accidents has no much strikes to, and be Get into the habit of coming here or calling phone 447 and let us supply your wantsin
Feed Flour etc. ,
thankful for this year when the en-
tire world seems to be hanging' on We will take your fresh eggs, and will help sell your poultry, etc. WTS need YOUR Known as "The Handy Man."

the edge of a crater. patronage and YOU need OUR service.

o WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
The Thursday half holiday custom
chine parts. Work guaranteed.
has closed for the year and in all

likelihood the same system will bused GASOLINE AND OILj'
next year as it met with general -I The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
However there wasa

Some lack merchants of uniformity closed in their the doors plan S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

and others did not. Should the custom ,
be continued all merchants with

in the city should with one accord

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Hot Springs, Ark.-Organic unionof I

the Northern and Southern branches The
general order has just been re-
j of the Presbyterian church, as an
ceived by the postoffice authorities
,essential to the highest efficiency of
from Otto Praeger second assistant
'the work of this denomination in the TO THE SENTINELA : I

list postmaster ofthe general countries giving to which a complete resi-/Southwest, was advocated by the "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree

Rev. James E. Clarke of Nashville Few Notes I
dents of the United States may send
Tenn., editor of the Presbyterian Advance I
liquids pastes and articles easily Editor Sentinel-Henry Ford, who
I in an opening address at the Unless Budded from A Bearing
liquifiable through the parcel post. has shown himseir a man of great -
Southern District Efficiency Conven-
Orders regarding establishment of ability unerring judgment and intel-
this privilege has been announcedfrom tion here September 29.Today's ligent daring has taken a stand for Tree of Known
session was given over to Qualityand
time to time as satisfactory arrangements world peace, and is making plans to
conference the situation
an open on
were completed with each use his money to that end. He saysit
and problems of the Presbyterian
foreign country concerned.The is not to be done by powerful arm. Quantity of Produc-
church U. S. A., in the South and
countries so far included are: ament nor building palaces of peace,
Southwest. Dr. Clarke's plea for
Austria Bahamas Barbados, Brazil but by "teaching the men, women and "
union received hearty applause. He
British Honduras, Costa Rica Curacao children of America that war does not tion. -0. W. ConnerIn
pointed out, however that the Southern -
Danish West Indies, Denmark, threaten us, that war will not reach
branch not to be ready
France Germany Great Britain, appears us,but that the fullness of peace is
for such a union and indicated what
Guadeloupe Haiti Italy Jamaica their inheritance. We will not have
I he thought the Northern Presbyterians -
Newfoundland Norway Salvador and war. We will not have among us the
should do in view of the situa-
Trinidad. Hence the American can burden of war. I realize that it is five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual demonstration -

send liquid articles in the international tion. a vast undertaking and shall expect in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
It was stated that of the eighteen
parcel post "provided said articles million in eight states, the sneers and condemnation of those brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
are packed in accordance with the persons rep- whose business is war and of those
resented in the convention twelve does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
provisions of paragraph 4 of section 'who profit by war. I could today
million are not members of any Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
474 of the postal laws regulations make vast sums from warfare if I so

as amended by the postmaster church. chose but it would be better to die a published in the Florida Grower have added conviction to

general's order No. 7884 of the 13th :pauper than that any thought: word the planter and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
Guests registering at the San Juan
of :March 1914. The 'Note' printedat 'or act of mine should be used for the from a parent of true merit.
hotel ye4rday included P. A. Clarke '
the top of page 115 of the postal furtherance of this slaughter."
Atlanta; J. T. Freeman St. Louis; 'I To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
guide for July 1915 is modified ac This shows the force of his splen-

cordingly."In J. E. McElmurray S.V.. Rogers, did character and millions in America a part of their work, and worse other nurseries that have not
Tampa C. L. Clarke, Rochester F.
; ;
this connection attention is invited Baltimore rejoice in a decision of such great been in existence five years are falling over each other to con-
C. E. F. Gibbons
to sections 472 and 480 of the : ; moment by a man of such foresight "
Fred B. Case C. Raer St. Augustine; vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed. May be so, but, Mr.
postal laws and regulations and to individuality and great wealth.
pages 3 and 7 of the postal guide for B. F. Roe, W. II. Phillips Kenan- Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source.

May last." ville; C. M. Peacocks, Philadelphia; Try a Sentinel want ad. the Ocklawaha Nurseries where every tree is budded from a pa-

Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin, Sanford; rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
L. E. Bissell, S. Jacobs, Hal Estes

MORE SHIPMENTS OF FINE CATTLE II. T. Howard Jacksonville; M. F. Specials for Satur- You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

FROM KISSIMMEE Benedict, Sunny Jim Robinson W. R. great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

Powell, Tampa; S. C. Steele Live and tree in hundred-acre and not
day Monday bearing our own grove a single
Kissimmee Fla.-Eleven cars of Oak; Henry Hoffman, B. Bornstein,
bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Kissimmee prairie cattle were shipped Isaac S. Levy Albert Trade New

from here Tuesday by Lykes Bros., of York;-D. A. Smith Pittsburgh; W. H. 16 pounds granulated Sugar for $1.00 CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

LaPort Texas to that city. The cat- Cody, Florida. Fancy Patent Flour- grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

tle will be grazed there before send- 12 pound sacks ___________45c

ing to the market. They were pur- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 24 pound sacks _____________90c .
chasd from local' men. Kinghan Hams and Bacon lb. __ISc

Another shipment of 900 head was Located in the Arcade Building' Brooms for 25c., 35c., 45c. and 50c Ocklawaha Nurseries I'o.
sent Saturday to Odessa Tex., by J.
All work guaranteed and neatly California Peaches, Pears, Apri-
T. McElroy of that place who a few cots and Plums, per can _.20c W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
days ago purchased and shipped 1,200 done. Our work is the best Fancy Head Rice per pound ___6c
head. All told about $35,000 will be and our prices are the lowest. OR
Apple and Guava Jelly, per glass lOc
paid by this Texas man to cattlemenof This is the place to have your _____
Pork and Beans 3 cans for 25c
this county. A carload of hogs, in Jd: clothes made new. Tall Pink Salmon per can _____lOc G. G. Wright, Agent .

fine condition, was shipped Tuesdayto Suit rubbed and pressed75c.Suit 3 cans Soup for _______________25c
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit 7 packages, 5c. size Washing

pressed _____________40c. Powder for ________________25c

$30,000,000 LOAN FOR GREECE All Palm Beaches scrubbedand 8 bars Lenox Soap for ___.______25cS.

pressed ____________50c Feed Meal and Grits 9 lbs. for 25c

Athens via Paris Sept. .-The Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
Honest Weights and Measures
Greek chamber in a special session

today ratified the action of the government We do ladies' work also. Giveus

in decreeing a general mobil- a trial and be convinced.
Cash Co.
ization of the army and authorized a Clothes called for and delivered. Grocery

loan of $30,000,000. Phone 613. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

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Jacquard Silks, yard wide I Sale I from O'clock and NU BUCK PUMPS, worth
Specials on 7 to 10 I Saturday Night
line of
splendid colors worth up up to $4.00, Saturday Night

to $1.00, Saturday Night Special Special
Come Be With The Crowd

50 cents Saturday Night After Supper $2.19

SEA FOAM, a cleaner for all kinds of White Shoes, 23c. TOWELS, hemmed huck, size 17x34 good heavy weight, PERSIAN LAWN15 inches wide, a beautiful sheer fabric -

value, 12!Jic quality in plain white, 25c. quality,

Saturday Night Special 15c Saturday Night Special 7 l-2c Saturday Night Special 15cHEN'S \ |

CURTAIN SCRIM, full yard wide, white cream and Arab,
beautiful designs, 15c. quality, ORGANDIE AND VOILES, large line of beautiful print-
DRAWERS, made of a good quality Nainsook, 50c

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

Saturday Night Special 37 l-2c Saturday Night Special 19cPILLOW

ALUMINUM PANS, full quart size, regular 65c. quality,

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

made of the latest novelty materials, $1.25 and CASES.Jx36 and 43x36, linen finish, with

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

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

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City Hall And Court -0- t

House NotesThe day The with tax City books Clerk were Jansen opened in charge;yester-,
Winter Park News BIGGER
as Collector Boone is out of the city. THAN EVER y

city officials report that malicious Mayor E. F. Sperry was the first citizen -
to pay his taxes. Six others
vandals are tearing down street
joined the mayor's action yesterday! ,
signs and in a general way mutilate
ing them. In some cases the ..ignsha.e a total of seven. Digger and brighter than ever are our offerings for

Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe been carried away, and again --0- Saturday and 1londay.Va shall expect another gathering
bricks have been thrown at others, Two' hundred automobile licenses of the faithful-another onslaught by their clan*
were issued' by Tax Collector Martin bargain hunters another determined descent on our
Town And Rollins rendering them usdi-sn. The city officials
CollegeFIRST have instructed: the 1 police to and his deputies yesterday Saturday and Monday specials, and we'll not be disap-

watch for the offenders. If found - pointed for our offerings for these two days" will be in ex-
The county commissioners will meet cess of what we have offered before by a long way. No
they will be subjected: to fine.
a heavy
PKACTICK MONDAYAFTERNOON CAPTAIN TURNED HARRIS FROM: HAS TRIP JUST RK- County signs along the highwayshave :Monday. October 4, In the regular session. need for a further invitation is there? .

Now that the football field has Capt. J. A. Harris, one of Winter also been mutilated. On the SALE OF SHEETING

been cleared for action the football Park'a solid and substantial citizens, Orlando-Winter Tark-Maitland road
SHEETING. This is withus
a new quality
will down to business. The in Orlando hU the speed signs have been tamperedwith. ESTATE
was yesterday greeting
squad get In County Ju first practice will be held Monday afternoon many friends. The captain has just One sign reading, "Speed limit florid.. "'",bale Jurisdiction re E.Ut big
a quantity last week shall be if
we wedon't
of Jacob lomerfvlt.
Every boy interested in returned from a trip to the Carolinasand 20 miles, has been changed to read .. _
H. .
To Mr A. rk>m rfrlt. .1 N. Florjierfclt.V. double our sales this. It is exceptional value for
making the eleven should be on hand Virginia and reports that he enjoyed Speed limit 1201 miles," a "1" be- A I-lumerfvlt. and Mm. R. Apv r, slid. 10 cents -
aU iwrnoiu Interested in the hereinafter d. a yard.
promptly. every minute of his vacation. ing painted before.and after the 20. seabed real "stale, :
To and each 01 will 1_ take Saturday and Monday 10 for 79c.
- lie intended going West and take in Another sign bears the slogan, "Go that you Chancery Avery you adminutrator pl no.lice of'' yards

Y. W. C. A. RECEPTION TO NEW the sights of California, but when he fast go fast These offenders shouldbe the estate of Jacob Homerfelt. has Sled in 36.INCH LONSDALE SHEETING
the above styled court hu petition praying t
STUDENTSThis reached his old home in North Caro- brought to justice.Considerable for the male of the following described real You are well acquainted with this, so no need to eulogiseon

evening the young ladies of lina, the friends and scenes of his -0- ol state Orange. situate and lying State and of }.Florida...inll in to-wit the County: the everlasting qualities of this famous make.

the Y. W. C. A. will give a receptionto boyhood days were too much for him important businesswas Prosper Farm Colony No. 36.Company Block -I.plat" ..of shown section on 6, Sold all over the state at 12%c and 15c. a yard

the new students. This which is to leave and right there he remained transacted yesterday by the city township 24 south, range 30 east, containing Saturday and Monday, 10 yards for 9Sc
council although a very short sessionwas Ii acres, more or less; also town lot No. 6,
the first social affair of the college just as long as time would permit. ," in the of
bl..k8 tier 4 town Taft. Orange
season, will be held at Cloverleaf Cot- -0- held. Warrants as drawn by the county Fl*_ as shown by plat made by 36-INCH BROWN (SEA ISLAND) SHEETINGA

tage. All f-eshmen are expected to PHYSICAL EXAM. FOR GYM. city clerk for September amounted to Prosper 24 south Colony, range Company 29 east of:section as the 1 propertyof township good heavy weight, close even weave, positively free

come out and get acquainted with WORK $5,785.83; the city treasurer's report the estate of the said deceased. Jacob r lorn- from dressing good value for lOc. a yard.
erfelt. for the of the debts
purpose paying
their schoolmates. Physical Director "Jimmie" Green showed a balance on hand for Octo- due and owing by the said estate as shownby Saturday and Monday 10 yards for 69c
ber 1 of $307.99; during Septemberthe schedule attached to said petition and madea
started examinationsof
- making physical part of the same. Said petition also pray. IMPORTED LADIES HOSIERY
SOPHOMORES ELECT OFFICERSFOR the college men yesterday and will city solicitor collected delinquent ing that the said lands may be put in the
hands and taken possession of by the said German manufacture fine silk lisle thread
amounting to $321.62 $100 ,
taxes ; was
NEXT YEARAt continue the good work today. Every administrator for the purpose of paying the
student at Rollins is given a thor- paid for park expenses and improve- debts of the said estate. in black and white only! all sizes; a leading line at
a rousing meeting the sopho- Now this is to command you. Mrs. H. A.
class of the ough physical examination, and unless ments during September, and the bill Flomerfelt. J... N. Homerfelt. W A. Flomer 50 cents.
more college yesterday felt and Mrs. R. Apgar and all persons interested and
received from the Orlando Water and Saturday Monday 39c. a pair
the candidate is either
elected officers for the coming year. physically in the above described real estate I t
Light company and ordered paid, to- and each of you to appear to the above styled
disabled furnishes .id QUAKER GIRL PERCALEWe
J. of or a va excuse
Alfred Hanna Tampa, was cause before the above styled court on or be
he will be compelled to take talled $2,304.20 for service rendered. fore the Path day of November A. D. 1915. take in
unanimously re-elected president of gymna- and show cause, if any you have, why said exceptional pleasure announcing that we have
the class; Miss Annie Stone of Win- sium work. -oAt petition should not be granted otherwise' the just received another shipment of this special under-
the council meeting yesterdayA. same shall be taken as confessed and an order
ter Park vice-president and Miss -0- made that said property be sold as and for wear fabric. We have only a very limited quantityit'shard
Sara Muriel of Jacksonville, secre NEW GROCERY STORE IN TilE B. Johnson Charles Lartigue and said purpose prayed in said petition.In to get-but on Saturday you can secure
Charles E. McDowell were appointedas witness whereof I have hereunto act my
tary-treasurer, were elected. JIENKEL BLOCKA hand and official seal this 2nd day of Octo 10 yards for $2.33;
new store has been a committee to co-operate with the her A. D. 1815.SemL ,
The executive committee of the
( ) County Judge.
class is composed of Miss Elizabeth opened by M. W. Lawton in the Hen Board of Trade committee in making 10-.i-wk-6t 9.1 BLEACHED SHEETING

Russell, Fort Pierce; Clarence Tilden, kcl block. The Park already has a suggestions and recommendations to Just the very make, weave and quality for hotels and

Winter Garden; James Noxon, Au- number of the livest business housesto the city as to the best manner of STATEMENT OF, CIRCULATION THE :OWNERSHIP.ETC MANAGEMENT Boarding Houses. It's.the kind that stands a lot of wear.

burndale, and James Funk, of Noca- be found in any town of its size spending the publicity tax fund which REQUIRED AUGUST BY 14.THE 112.ACTOr Exceptional value for 30 cents a yard. While our stock

tee. and this new establishment promisesto becomes available about January 1. Of The Morning Sentinel!, published daily at lasts a
be quite addition to the business -0- Orlando Florida, for October, 1915. Saturday and Monday 23c. yard
Plans for the annual sophomore- I an F.ditor--W. M. Glenn Orlando. Florida. a
freshman reception were tentatively life of the community.CITY Delay on some of the highways is Business. ManagerW.. C. Essington. Orlando CHEVIOT SHIRTINGSThis
discussed and a meeting will be held caused by repairs being made to va. Puhlieher-Glenn ft Eeelnttton:: Orlando, Flor

the first of the week to arrange the COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY rious brick factories. It is stated Owner ida. fit. corporation give t Its and will be good news to many, maybe it will be to you.
detail of the entertainment The re- NIGHT that nil brick factories dose for several the names and addressee. of stockholders name: We have just received n shipment of 60 pieces of our famous -
The Winter Park council will weeks during the year for re- tmltltn 1 for vent or more ,of total amountof quality, every pattern different
caption will be !given the second Sat ntnrk. It a enrtmratbtn.. 'glee namm
However this action is and adilrnuKM; :oilI Individual I : ,I W, M.tllpnn. .
bold Its regular meetlnMonday.. pairs causing owner* Saturday and Monday 10 yards for 9Sc.
urday evening In October.: \ / Orlnnifct Florida W c Kmlnitton. ,
- a hardship on local people.assessment Orlattihs rlnrlilft.
- -0- Known bnmlhnliler, mnrt.Mim*, and t>th,>r FANCY VOILES, ORGANDIES AND CREPES
HAZING OF NEW STUDENTS PERSONAL ITEMS CONCERNING: i m-urlty balder.*, holilitin I |*r rent or MOPS
HTAUTF.l THURSDAY WINTER PARK PEOPLE Paving have been completed of Intitl) amounl of lands, ,""ttltll.."", orether Thin Is positively your last chance this season of securing .

for DeLaney) and Hugheystrepet state) norurllk,.Josiah l r.."(Ilf.... there Orlando are, ""'rhl"mme,,. M Como of the most fashionable und becoming dress materials -
The Initiation of tho new men was 1\113" Bertha Smith and MU Amy and Magnolia and Robinson AvpfdM number of poplm of sock i.*u" sfthis that have ever been? shown thin} summer Beautiful

pulled olT Thursday evening. by the Mann left! Thursday afternoon over avenue, and will be published In the Ino niHiU tuibllralb.a" or ,ilhef wiM. we or, ilitrtliMt tw' iMiiil sulwrrilxir through) colorings, beautiful designs" beautiful effects.' Itegularvalues
older men, No fatalltle resulted, during lha kU month the date
Sentinel In a few \l1l1I.' i5e! a ic.<: find 50e.
the Atlantic Court Line for New shown. slaws, tllils iafurmHtU .U rcumrtxl
and the campy yeaterday had reeumed York where -0- from. dally .......1..1....* only,) )lSi. Your choice Saturn d)' and Monday for 15c. a yard
city they expect to spend _
Its ordinary aspect In fact, W, M iJKNN. Editor; ,
several weeks shopping and visiting The city has ordered the Hoard olHealth Sworn ta and sul.rrilwil before m. ihw .., MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
from the reports which leaked out to purchase ?175 of medical day of October, 1I11i. ,
with friends. U. M. ItUIllN ON, Clerk Circuit Court
the Initiation was more like a love instruments for the betterment of The famous hand tailored "LA GRECQUE" make. 100
feast than a genuine dyed.lnthe.wool odd pieces. One big table. Big reductions. At these t
The instrumentswill
the department. VISITATION OF STORK YES.
Charles Dumb)', who has been en.
hazing. job engineered by the prices:
be ordered at once TEHDAY
haughty and domineering "upper joying a vacation of several weeks Regular $1.50 Cor. . $1.10 Regular $3.00 for. . .$1.69

clansmen," of which writers of col. at Daytona, returned to Winter Park The stork stopped yesterday at the Regular $1.75 for. .$1.29 Regular $3.50 for ,. ,$1.75
F. Joseph Raehn has completed a home of Mr. and Mrs. J, I!, Long, Jr.,
lege fiction delight to talk. Never. Thursday.Dr. drainage welt on South street on the 506 Hughey street and left a little Regular $2.00 for . .$1.38 Regular $:).00 for. ,. .$2.50
theleia-! Regular $2.50 for. . .$1.49
and Mrs. Litch and son and Wilmott addition which is 246 queen of hearb.WANTEDFlnt.

-- dau daughter, John and Catherine, deep. It has been thoroughly tested. . CORSETS . .
ON CAMPUS YESTERDAYThe who have been spending the summer -0- must l toe a jam-up cabinet shop maker man: The famous "BON TON" make. We have a number of

at New London, Conn., sailed on the Have you paid your occupation tax and finisher Oscar Hand & Son. broken lots which, if price reduction counts, should
annual "IIAnd pur festival" Will 20th of September and will arrive at or. that 11)13) automobile license' ? If 10-2-3tc make an end of what we have. Our corsetiere! will fit you.
held the college and ath. ,
on campus Winter Park October G. Regular price $3.50, Saturday and Monday . .$2.75
letic field afternoon with all
: yesterday Regular Price $5.00, Saturday and Monday. . .$3.75
of the students and number of the
a D. N. Bachelor, who ha* been spending
faculty several l week In the North, has ORLANDO SKATING
looked forward to with anticipationby returned to his homo In this city. The business of our House-furnishing Department I Is increasing

all member of tho college circle While away ho spent some time In in n wonderful manner. We are told it I Is justified

hum year to year, New York, Baltimore Washington, ; certainly our showing of new! Cretonnes is bigger

Promptly at :3:13: tho college cruntulern and various point in Virginia. October 56789"BABE" than we have attempted before. We'd like you to see tho
formed in line along tho south new patterns they are exquisite Many of the beautiful

side of tho athletic field and when tho Miss Ella Dellaven, who has teen effects are identical reproductions of the world famous

signal wai given by Coach Green spending tho summer at Ashevllle, SWAINSLAND printing works./ To a connoisseur the

(generalUfclmo of tho attacking' North Carolina, U again enjoying life beautiful bird verdure and embossed effects are a revela

forces) a forward center formation in the College City. tion. We have priced them exceptionally low to meet all

attack was made upon the sandspur purses

t force. The enemy ware routed The Winter Park Garage deliveredone At 15c., 25c.; 29c., and 45c.

(rooted) from their position in great of its handsome new Ford tour. The SKATING BEAR MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENTMen
numbers, and after an hour's pointed .
argument countless numbers were ing cars to S. B Hill, of Maitland this IS a bargain!! We have just bought for cash a
yesterday morning. The is
"interned" in neat piles along the doing a fine business and garage makes no ASSISTED BY splendid line of NEW SHIRTS. Bought at a sacrifice on

edge of the field. complaint of "hard times." the manufacturers part; sold at a bargain on ours.
For several years past it has been Exceptional value for
SNUKUM the Bear and BUM the
The Halverstadt family have returned Baby Dog
for the to turn
the collegians
custom from the North and are againat r $1.50, Saturday and Monday for . . . . . .$1.25
the first
out some afternoon during home at their handsome residence I $2.00, Saturday and Monday for . . . . _ .$1.50

' week of the school ;year, and clear the "Alabama." $2.50, Saturday and Monday for . . . . . . .$2.00
football field of the sandspurs whichare t
: _
scattered everywhere. This Dr. and Mrs. Switzer, who have PHOENIX HOSE

method of disposing of the spurs is been spending some months at pointsin This is the hose with the fullest guarantee. \Ve have

not only quick and efficient but also Massachusetts and North Carolina, received our complete stock. Every wanted color in the
furnishes an enjoyable afternoon of returned last week to their home in Babe Does

outdoor recreation in which every- Winter Park. range.MEN'S FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINGOUR

take Mr. and Mrs. John Overman and
body may part.
last deliveries completes our order for the famous
-0- their niece, Miss Linder Reed who
A Real!
DEATH OF MRS. CARRIE B. have been visitnig points in South HART SCHAFNER

HENKEL Florida where Mr. Overman has an K Ready-to-Wear Clothing. Give us a call, we would like

News has been received in Winter orange grove, arrived in Orlando yes- you to try them on.

Park announcing the death Wednes- terday afternoon and were met by )j Slide

day night, of Mrs. Carrie B. Henkel, their friend, Capt. J. A. Harris, and OUR GROCERY[ DEPARTMENT[

at Demorest Georgia. Mrs. Henkel will spend today with him in Winter

who has lived in this town for the Park before returning to their homein for Life Can fill all your epecurian wants. The finest qualities,

past twenty-five years, was visitingat Elizabeth City N. C. .Y ; the lowest price. Have you tried us?

the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.

B. Smith, at Demorest, nt the time of A POPULAR L.lLEA"E8

her death. ORLANDO

Mrs. Henkel )leaves, besides her

daughter, Mrs. Smith, one eon, Thorn Many friends old and young, of
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as M Henkel of Winter Park, and Miss. Mayme L. Fudge, will regret to - -- --------- -- ---- ------ Dickson-Ives! Co. '

other hear relatives learn that she left Orlando last nighton ADMISSION lOc.:
The 'body will probably be laid to the 12:30: train for Jacksonville -

rent at Mr*. Henkel' old home, "Ml.Johnnliurff where she will reside, having. accept

Vermont although arrangement ed a position with Cohen lJro ., In
for the funeral l had not their! ladies' ready to wear depart See DARE DEVIL WILLIAMS At the I

been at tho time the meat buss Fudge
completed An. was universallypopular .DfPARTMENT STORf.
nouncement was lent. in Orange county, smiling RINK Saturday and Monday NightHe

The sympathy of the community, and gracious to all whom she knew or ... litt

who knew and loved her, goes out to mot She will grace Florida' largest skates with his Clothes on Fire

the bereaved family In their affliction. store and prove decidedly popular

with all whom she comes in contact. ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING At The RINK.


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American comedy-drama, featuring
NEW YEAR FOR W. C. T. U. SUPT. J. F. McKINXON MAKES A Neva Gerfer and WebsterCampbell.

the Methodist parlors at three "OXE WHO SERVES"
TO PROF. COLE IAi'8 A Reliance drama.
o'clock yesterday occurred the open. CERTIFICATEContinued "CLIFF MAN'S WAGER"

A Ing of a new year for the W. C. T. U., American. .
and coincident with it a new year for "THOSE BITTER SWEETS"
( from page 1) Keystone com d '.
S the president, M n. A. A. Gould, an )ALL.
sufficient reason to county superintendent El
It was her birthday anniversary. The
decorations were characteristic of the for taking the examination '

organisation and tastefully! arranged elsewhere, as several of our countyteachers LOANS /111L; *
to take
did. But refusing
l Mrs. II, .'. M ndffll. Flags, banners .
by examinations, hetook If you \vUh to buy' build' or repair
mottoes!, FraneU Wlllnrd's pictures the Orange county examinations your house) ve are making some city O o

the County
potted! plants and rut flowers loan*. A. n. Cook & Co., Orlando CII.\UIISn INDEEDare :
were much In evidence. in June, And sent to me for my I.IO.IH: the ring, pin. Ia Valliere\ Bracelets .:"rrlnlril. on view here.
"A Place In the endorsement the first grade! rertithrate They are so evidently! high chase they need IK famm.J\" U9n. They
The opening ,
obtained there, through the truetees < are novel and unique in deIgn laud conform splendidly to modern
hunks: for Me," was, followed\ by the Orlando schools without INGLENOOK CAKE AND taste in jewelry. For gift purpose they are ideal.! Their cost
reading of the Crusade! Psalm' 140 by of the of course varies but in no ease are the price here higher than
the president and prayer. any word of explanation, CANDY PAHLQU the quality of the jewelry warrant.
It was this certificate that I re.
Mrs. DeWitt and Mrs. Limpus sang
"lli$ Cross Is Not Greater Than file turned to the trustees with this statement Delicious Candies Cakes Sandwiches ALLEN & CO., JEWcamas.

1 with Mrs. Blair, piano nccompanist. : "The certificate of Prof. Cole. etc.
Grace man, a teacher and resident of Orlando Orders taken for parlies. I Ibl!
This was much appreciated =
was issued in Hillsboro county Located in rear of Itranrh'a BookStore
as was th" recitation by Helen
June 12. 1915. I'decline to endorse Arcade
Gould "Little IMusaom.
... Routine business occupied but little Prof. Coleman'a certificate from Hills-
boro county. To become legally qualified THE TIME TO PAINTis
time as the work in hand appointing I
committees for the approaching state to teach in Orange county ho right now. Don't let things go

convention I all important and occupied will be required to procure a state GRANDTODAY until the house barn fence or floor

i the time till the closing of the certificate or a certificate from Orange c begins to look Ihablt).. A tittle of our
meeting. county." This notice was dated n- ready to use paint will put your home

District Superintendent. Mrs. llux- August G. Another county examination E in fine trim and save you the cost of a

with was held! beginning Septemberi ft'Vv' Oo i intiitii f i ilWr6 "I much bigger paint bill later on.
table closed! the meeting prayer
for, i i und a state\ examination was held
The year's calendars ure ready
14th. Prof. - -
distribution Anti it \I. the desire of the, beginning<< September i'
Coleman refused to take either of '
president that each member shall I these examinations, and I notified him I : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
make it possible to secure one either
The by attendance at the meetings or by end the i"Ustees of the Orlando school istjtSSa 205 S. Orange AvenueCOLEMAN
gasoline con some.other method. district that his teacher's certificatehad "THE 1HIEAT1I OF AUAHY"
expired, and that as he had failedto & RIIAN Phone 261

is 1 other certificate authorizing -
sumption unusually furnish
WOMEN IN Another of those splendid
TilEEWS.. him to teach in Orange county, . .. . . . '. . . . . . . . .., . .. .. . . . .

low. New Orleans, .-Mrs. Genevieve his appointment as principal of the Broadway Star Special Features

Champ Clark Thomson daughter of I'I'Orlando grammar school became void. produced by.the Vitagraph Co.,
Speaker Clark of the house of representatives Do I endorse teacher's certificatesfrom The New Ice CompanyPHONE
other counties? I do when
is a busy women even during -t I featuring
there is no reason for not doing so.
her honeymoon days.: She is 675
I endorsed the Hillsboro county certificate -
chairman of the executive committeeof I HELEN GARDNERand
in' this summer of one of the Or-
the Woman's National Made
lando teachers who lives in Tampa.
U. S. A. League and has consentedto Delivery Daily
serve as state chairman of the But before the June examination she
wrote a courteous request for my con-
league in Louisiana. Among her co- LYTTON
sent for her to take the examinationsin
workers are Mrs. Luther E. Hall wife We think
of the governor and Mrs. W. W. Wal- Tampa, giving satisfactory reasons Wait for our wagon.

lis, state regent of the D. A. R. Lou for making the request. THREE BIG ACTS vou will like our ice.
Why then, do I refuse to endorse
isiana women will aid her in gathering
Prof. Coleman's Hillsboro county
collection of things grown
The tire expensis made and produced in this state for June certificate It is because of his FABLE, OF A NIGHT GIVEN
attitude. He not only did not ask if
the big national exposition to be held Ice i
it would be agreeable to me for him OVER TO REVELRY The New Company
reasonable because in Washington in January.
-- I to take the examinations in Tampa, Another George Ade Story.
or if I would endorse his certificate if
the size of the Orlando Chapter Daughters of the obtained there, but he did not bring & . &
American Revolution, will resume the
his certificate to me in person with
tires is right for meetings of the year this afternoonat explanation, or mail it to me himself AN EXCEPTIONAL BILL
the home of Mrs. A. L. Ford, on but sent it as stated without personal MMilMliMlllilllillMMIIMIIMMMIIMIIII'ltimi'I
South Main street. Business meetingat
request or mment-and: though we
weight of car. three o'clock and literary programat have met anJ talked pleasantly about 5 cents 10 cents

four. Members are urged to be other things, he has not yet spokento

present promptly at three. me about the certificate incident. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
Jessie J. Branch, historian.
He went out of his way to show oIt
-- his disregard of the office of the
Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Pillans have returned -
and then had
county superintendent, Dress MakinaMrs. .
Orlando after absenceof '
to an -
his certificate placed before the county r 1 .
several weeks during which they superintendent for his endorse-
visited several of the Southern States
ment. He would ignore county
and are again occupying their home, superintendent and at the same time

No. 7 High street. The doctor says I use him. It is this attitude of disregard -
be found at his office in CURTIS & O'NEAL
he can now for constituted authority that I BurnettFashionable
the Cheney block on Orange avenue.0 .
r am not willing to condone. Prof.

Mrs.. Annie Lee- --Warren returned Coleman the state disregarded board of the education regulationsof and Dressmaker of the ; Insurance Loans Real Estate i i

35 P home yesterday afternoon from points the state superintendent's instructions Yowell-Duckworth Co., has:

I in New York state and New England, and now he ignores the office of the 4ti Rentals
where she visited relatives and opened parlors on
county superintendent.I
friends Her many friends are delighted can not lay aside the dignity of floor and invites the public anc

to see her again. Mrs. War. the office and stultify myself in orderto
MotorIV ren said that when she left Clare- placate a disposition of that kind. especial] y her friends to call.

mont, N. H., snow was on the ground. I In refusing to endorse his certificateI

-0-- I did what every self respecting offi- e-
Mrs. H. Clark Robertson and children -
cial would have done. Prof. Coleman
and Mrs. C. A. Boone and Mr.
would not recommend a teacher for 4th Floor Yowell-
John Boone returned home yesterday reappointment who would wantonlyshow ESTABLISHED 1881Hand's

afternoon from Waynesville, N. C.,
disregard for his office as prin-
where they have spent the summer. cipal. The trustees of this or other Duckworth Bldg.Orlando .

-0-- schools would not retain a principalwho
Mrs. W. M. Slemons returned home
their office.
would openly ignore MMIMiMMIitliMMMMtllllllinilllllMIIIMIlin
yesterday: afternoon over the Atlantic' Regard for constituted authority lies !

Coast Line from a lengthy visit to at the foundation of the educational

relatives and friends in Tennessee, system, as of the railroad, the post-

including Morristown.Mr. office, the military; and other systems. I

To ignore a higher official does not'

f and Mrs. S. E. Ives Sr., their reflect upon the official but upon the

granddaughter Miss Mary Ires, and one seeking to give the affront. It is .

Miss Mary Gilchrist arrived in Orlando bad manners. The example of Prof.

yesterday morning over the Sea- Coleman in his attitude to constituted

board Air Line from Hudson Falls, authority is unsound education and

N. Y., where they spent a most delightful its influence upon teachers and pupils,

: summer. if condoned, will be evil. It means

'that the teacher need not respect the I

Mr. T. H. Hurlburt, who has been (principal and pupil need not respect Pure Ice Cream :

spending several' weeks in the East the teacher. Shall be tolerate such a

including New York city visiting the disposition and spirit in the school

Phillips furniture establishments of the cities, system of our county? My contention -

where he purchased a large and up to is for correct ideals in education.I .

date stock for the Yowell-Duckworth believe I will be sustained by the Made In Orlando

department storer returned home yes county board of public instruction and

terday. lIe was accompanied by his by the unprejudiced sentiment of this
brother-in-law Mr. J. B. Day, of New community.

Rochelle, N. Y., who will visit in Or- J. F. McKINNON,

lando with his relatives at 707 Elam Co. Supt. Public Instruction.

street. Note:-I entertain no personal ill

Sons will towards Prof. Coleman for our Phone 566-666

The Mayer Candy Kitchen, 134 S. relations personally have been pleas-
Orange avenue, offers to the public a ant. My attitude in this matter is .
complete line of home made candies, official only. I wish to note also thatI .
ice made in our fac-
and pure cream
not responsible for this news-
tory from pure milk furnished by the
Aubrey Smith dairy. It is the purpose paper discussion.
of the new management to offer SUPERINTENDENT.
to the public the best to .be had in
their line. Courteous treatment will
be extended to our patrons at all FOUND-If anybody lost anythingin
times. We solicit your patronage. postoffice yesterday call and
THE MAYER CANDY CO. identify same, and pay for this ad.
l-10-2-2tc By M. M. Hobson. The National Restaurant. 10-2 Itc


do you I A LADY AND A BABYAnd ( Sensational Story of Love and CONNECTICUT* OPENS FARM: INEBRIATES Best and Promptest T

hope for in a Wall Street Plunging Gars N. Y. Norwich Conn.-Beginning today Auto Livery r

varnish ? Uncle Sam's Polite ConsulIn -- Connecticut judges have a new terrorto Service

New York.-This is hold over the heads of the "habit
a City In France. one of the lit- That afternoon appeared the heart I "
tle romances which have crowded broken fiance the drunk. Any judge may commit :

S Wall street in tbe wake of the sensational ;parents at the lawyer's young man office.and The his an alcoholic to the state farm for in- 5-PASSENGER

HE'AW HOW THEY MET AND PARTED.And jumps in war stock prices. It girl carried a bank book which showedthe ebriates which opened here today.

concerns a young man who wanted to And commitment to the farm means
sums the
young man had
'OFT HOW, Light Was Thrown on the get married. He had the girl and I 1 her each week to save for their little hard work. BUICK CrR

Problem That the Woman Who Wa the home all picked out and all he flat. All pleaded tearfully that the The inebriates will first be employed -
French needed was a little cash. on the construction of the dam
UiJTROVARNISHES and Voluble, and the Infant young man be not sent to prison.
Who Was American Presented. So he borrowed about $32,000 from "Well, if you've fully decided for the state hospital here. Those
the stock go who are in such We call anywhere at
Not exchange firm which em- right, 111 let have the stage any time
very long after you chance,
baring taken when
ployed him without they arrive as to be
the members'knowledgeand incapableof
charge of ODe of too consulates In I 1 lawyer finally said. "But marry work will '

Prance I wag one morning seated atm.r in war stocks. played a lively tune :1 this The girl and behave yourself." main hospital.be Then patched they up will at the be Gordon's Transfer Co
desk busily party started to file out ,
engaged In figuring transferred
One the to the farm
day books
were audited I but proper.
over my quarterly accounts, when sod young man tarried with Besides 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone
When you buy varnish for your the shortage was discovered. A something building the dam they will 487
denly a womun evidently on his mind.
floors you hope that it will improvethe cairtns; a bundle In clever lawyer who do all the work around the farm
her arms appeared -4. specializes in this At last he said: in- HAULING OF ALL KINDS
of those floors and me. I bad
appearance sort of thing called cluding housework.
was in
that it will be durable. not resided In France sufficiently long and he "But who gets my $8,500 profit?" There
quickly traced the is no special
missing funds. provision to
The pre-
Unfortunately much to Imbibe the unadulterated French lawyer whirled on him.
that is sold for
politeness vent the
Confronted of "
with escape
floor varnish won't realize that hope but I bad progressed sufficiently the evidence the "Look here. I just said I wasn't those "patients but
for you.Lawson's to ask: clerk who is little more than a boy, going to send :you to jail. Now I feel who violate the rules may be $5.75 '
quickly confessed. sent back to the jail of the
brokers town
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish "Madame what can 1 bave the prepared as if I was changing my mind. If
has a wonderful deep.lustrous finish. It pleasure j from which they
is themselves for a big loss. But came, to stay there,
of dolot .YOU in this
easily applied because it works easily. It fur you this morningr"Jloutteur. are office a minute lontrer ,
is unequalled for durability and will not ." she the young man said: I by that clock I will until the end of their nnmrntfmoTifJAILED --__n.__.____.....
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- exclaimed, walking change it. STATE
free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hour and get toward me, holding out the bundle at "You'll get"every cent back. I'm I The youth fled-but his fiance kept CAMP

If to drM* As for economy. Lustro has a covering The I (Near Jacksonville
capacity that u wonderful. American Uitiy; Wlwt shall 1 do wltti next morning the young man's I husband, thoroughly contrite, now hasa KIAGE TO RUSSIAN )

Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor itrAbnhvd account was closed out at the open-I job with another firm of brokers. AND RETURN
Varnish at our risk returnable it unsaua* at the ing of the and
factory. prospect of so cud market when everything As to who got the $8,500-weJl, lawyers Breslau.-Because she proposed
deiily bevvmttlg a father wltb the had been sold the VIA
rnnze account
.. :; have a reputation for marriage to a Russian prisoner of
Made by Valentine & Co. .......-..-blu.,- Miui4-. .- -And. rice omitted and. showed a pure profit of $8,500. ; ,what the traffic will bear. war, Mrs. Hilda llertig a washerwoman
.uu..a.uo; Ilial ILC Amertcan
Manufacturers of meat bad -Wished no precedent'UVCCY or of Sagan has been sentencedto Atlantic Coast Line

/ALSPAR and maintuUiln: orphan asylums either at RUSSIANS REFUSE TO BELIEVE HERMAN COLLEGE HONORS nine months in the penitentiary.

VAL-ENAMEL borne or abroad. I beltated a moment KOVNO FELL ENGLISHMANBerlin. The woman a middle aged widow, Standard
of the
and had South
replied: ; managed to make the acquaintance -

e 1 "Will tbe madame please be seated Berlin_When the Russian prison_ .-The Technical of one of the Russian soldiers in r
n ear tb1'f' by the door and t"n.. "".. in the High Schoolof the
-- --- -- camp at Doeberitz were Darmstadt has conferred the prison camp at Sagan and she fell ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE
All to be had at become why being possessed a Frenchwoman' of an American she bas informed of the capture of the fortress degree of "doctor of engineer in love with him. Using children as MATCHES

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT : babyrIt of Kovno by the Germans they ing" upon Sir William II. Lindley an messengers she exchanged many letters

STORE never occurred to me to examine all refused to believe the news. "It English civil engineer living at with her ]lover in violation of the Tickets Sold October 3, 4 1, 5, 6, .

Phone 67. the little bundle of humanity. I bad In is a lie," an old captain of the reserve Frankfurt. Sir William is one of the military laws. One of her love let- 7, 12, 13, 11
and Court Sts. previous tlnn-s rather prided myself on declared. "This stronghold can foremost: authorities on waterworks ters fell into the hands of the com- With limit of October 30th.

my ability to distinguish the nationality never be taken, because a Russian and sanitary engineering. The mander of the camp and her arrest Extension limit to November
t f people had even boasted 1 proverb says: If Kovno falls action followed. 29th
pigs be
; of the Darmstadt may secured
could tell college i is by depositing *
tbem by tbelr shoes but I "
FOR SALE bad never tried my perceptive powerson go to heaven. warmly indorsed by the German At her trial the widow was highly ticket with Union Ticket

Infant physiognomies. press. indignant. She resented the interference Agent, Jacksonville, and payment
"Vollar she said, seating herself. ALLIES TO AID SERBIA of the authorities with her love I of fee of 50c.

1 shall never forget. affairs and insulted the
: that word volla. The want ad's the public prosecutor -
It was one of tile first French words I Berlin wireless to Sayville Sept. thing. and the judges. For her be- -
5 mile _
acres quarter city half ; - . .
ever learned. You know It means 30.-British and French -- _- havior she
in -oh. troops in- was sentenced to three For Information Call
bearing budded
orange and so many things: when used exclamatorily. tended for on
service in Serbia have been days solitary confinement.
grapefruit. $1,500. as It W. D. WHITE D. T.
generally la. Usually bow landed at Port Kathrin A.
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young eVer. to the, beginner in the French near Saloniki, H.R.BERRYcomplete W. K. O'NEAL
C. P. & T.
Greece according to reports from The hired girl has went-she was A.
language It
bearing small conveys the
grove; house. $2,000. meaning otHere
Budapest received by the Frankfurter hired she was tired, she Orlando
It Is. That was fired
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good was about as far as ;
citrus land 2 acres fine trucking I bad progressed In my French education Zeitung, the Overseas News Agency but smile-you can get another by

land. $600.00. at that time In regard to the many announces today. A line of Ford Accessories sing our want ad. column. City tax books open today.
meanings volla. and 1 de-
60 acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small termined that If it meant the baby thenit While digging the trenches ( ; a staff of expert mechanics ---r- _
grove; 4-room house; good barn would retain its geographical location for till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 indefinitely-that is. In the wom sewer pipes this week several skele- to render satisfaction in all : 11111 11111 11111 I' "

40 acres 15 acres fenced small an's lap over by tbe door or preferably tons were found on Hillsboro street,

house garage and outbuildings.The outside Hut her rolls referred not near the P. N. Bryan residence. lines of Automobile Repair :
so much to tbe Infant as to the I One of the skeletons was found undera
land story
corners on large spring of bow Vulcanizing, Oils and :
It came to be In ber live oak
lake. Very cheap $1,500. possession. i stump the skulls were well Sale

40 acres unimproved 4 miles out, She talked the, defensive volubly while power I tried of ellence.to assume preserved. The teeth were perfect Gasoline, and fair and square Big
:and showed to be the remains of
1000. But to a F'renr-nwoman-well, dilenee comparatively prices.
stmnlv mpln... wh". .h.. 4"lrft.. ....__._ I I young persons. It is
City and Country the'horse; -ID'the last beat-encouragement. = : thought that some time in the historyof

New -
Smyrna that there was a :

Property At War From the verbal French cyclone she burying ground at this place, or they OF

burled at meI- gathered a few fragments may have been the remains of In- For Nine Years

Time PricesCALL that enabled me to understand. dians.-New Smyrna Breeze.
Fur three months she bad been employed

as nurse by an American wom- - -- -- -- We have been in business at the 1
an who bad paid her good wages. Four GroceriesSee
OR PHONE weeks previously however. the mother Dr. F. F. Thompson same location Corner of South

E. C. bad returned to New York saying sbe .
Main and Church Streets. *
was going
over for only two or three .
Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. days on an urgent business matter and
Phone 569. would return at once. Sbe bad not seen Dentist Phone 226Orlando's : Bills for Prices
or beard of ber since. Being a woman '
who bad to work for ber own living
the- baby was a burden
on ber hands.
MisdirectedEconomy Sbe could hardly support herself much 115 SOUTH ORANGE

less provide for the Infant, and as the Leading Repair Shop WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
child was of American parentage she- Over .curtis & O'Neal's and Garage

thought the representative of the America .
u government ought to taw care ---- -
of it Our
1 suggest..l that 1 would write CompanyTwo
to tbecity
Trying to save a few cents by authorities In New York asking as FORAGE GROCERY CO.

having your work handled by inferior to the genuineness of the address tbat Phones: 3 and 200

hands. tile woman said the mother bad left WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Your personal influence is with her. 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

greatly enhanced when you are ".\nd what shall I do daring all the

clad in immaculate linen. .time.tt r,..you.*" are waiting for an answer- Saturday and All Next WeekCut '

Mniftter II tin I ly was a twenty III I M 11 M M I M M M 111 > I I H > M M Ml II i I M M

OrlandoSteam ir.inc gold i |1.ll"'e. with which she departed This Out and Save It
-i.rlns one would try to take
rare of the baby until 1 could bear
from ih. New York autbor1lt'll.nw The first' requisite with u* l is quality, purity, fairness. We cater for

Laundry the reasonable and the anrea- those who insist on a high standard of lit ing. The brut fed art the ORLANDO
oiiHMe |jest of the U healthiest. and ROOFINGANL
FRENCH tory that since haI11Iit.t-nlftabl NO when the clement of extra expense i i.*
CLEANERS tier ilt'iuirtiirv. though the sun baa eliminated. lhi
I important feature has alwajn been a cardinal principle
LAUNDERERS risen hnndr. tis of times she baa neverreturned with UN. Our customer lice
better for less than those
money who
It had not risen word than buy elsewhere.lUHt .
PHONE 88 wren time*. however, before I learned SHEET METAL CO.

------ - the It rvnwm wa lost ( Granulated Sugar!:' per pound..fie Finest Honey per comb. . . . .16c
one weft
later at an Informal Blue, Valley Gold Seal and GolWhite
Fire Insurance dinner uf the Klxteftt consul den Dale Creamery Butter Ib. and Red Cherries per can 17c Metal Slate Tile Tin
Sic host Table
who re ided Ira the city that! In tbe Peaches Pears and Asbestos
course of a conversation with my italIan Fox lifter fuller per pound . .37c Plums, No. 3'., per can . . 19c
ci'lleoirne I told blot the story of American beauty Toilet Soap 3 Van Camp's Pork and Beans No. and Rubber Roofings

COOK & BAAS the wniniin und the baby. What do cakes for . . . . . . . . lOc 1 size per can . . . . . . . Sc
Agents you "UjI| rkM>e tie! answered tWell. Wesson Cooking Oil Cornices Skylights
per quart..23cSnowdrift ; Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No. .Uealtng Ventilating &MalCellIogs

Christ Building same well lie laughed why, that large pail . . . . . 93c; 2 size, per can . . . . .. .. 13c:
WOIU.IM rntue to my office. only No. 2 Tomatoes 3 cans for. . .
.20c< Sliced Bacon in
she had an Itnliin nabr. And 1 thought glass jar per Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
I was fortunate to get rid of ber for I I Blue- Ridge Corn 3 cans for. . 25c; jar. . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
For r.o francs 11'an I Camps Sifted Early June Maxwell House Coffee, one pound

Sale At in the funeral to averse Uoo tbat fob. I Peas per can . . . . . . lOc can . . . . . . . . . . .32c
towed I dl"'U'p/'E'd Lenox Soap. 8 cakes for . .
that tbe woman I . 25c; White- House Coffee one pound _

Your Price bad vt..UI'd.r, one u( the sixteen: Lemons per dozen . . . . . . 15c; can......... ........ . .". ..3oc
consulates the city and by her abilIty
to th.iiis:" the Baking Powder. 1 Ib. can.9cWhite Quaker Corn Flakes 4 for. . . 25c;
baby's nationality
from KnuiKti. to Berman and from Foam 1I0USE'holdmmonia Baker's Chocolate half pound 20c Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY

1 Haitian to J.ipnne-f And all the other per bottle Se., or 2 for. . . . .15e Cottolene, large size . . . . . .$1.25 .

rolor r>1 jnlnhow she had extracted Olives and Cherries, per hot Cottolene, medium size . . . . ,50cCottolene. I PAID UP

10-Room House Lot Crow tn.oan.Ular curie vf that particular tie 9c.. or 3 for . . . . . . 23c; small size . . . . . 25c T. A.
180x200 YANCEY Jr., Pres and
French Durkee's Salad
city the sum of 77Sfrancs : Dressing large Dried Peaches per pound . . ..lOc

faces on three streets, 2 blocks' This. b size per bottle . . . . . . .23cFrench's Potted Ham per can . . . . . 4c ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Inrlilent N lust! one of n series
et similar .*s ... Prepared :Mustard pt'r.ienna Sausage:' 3 cans for . .25c; Wholesale and Retail
from center of City, east side. fakers a consul| neniva bid to with face fraud In the au.l bottle . . . . . . . . . . .Sc Sardines 7 cans for . . , .?act, Dealer in Choice

For Sale at YOUR PRICE. I formance of bin dark -Thornwell per l i Vinegar, per quart bottle . lOc: Regular 25c.; Can Opener during Florida and Western Meats

Haynes In New York Tribune. Mallo Icing per can . , .18<: this sale only . . . . lOc
I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Woo bangs himself in the chimney Special Attention to Hotel and Oct of Town Orders
should not complain of aiaoke.-Ger Forage
CARL DANN man Proverb. I Grocery Company PHONES { Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
Residence| |3j cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.What .

Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. _

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Phone (C17;
Morning Sentinel. Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
I- Director is the Greatest Want Rooms
13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
Ad Medium In Orlando. Phone Id

I worth Building.
Term. Cash In Adrance.

Cement Agatite Plaster and LimeMary RATES

._ ..
For Three Days ?.. .? ..30c
For his Day. ...............73c
1'7 For One Month __........._$2.50 I II
This rat applies on all ads of >> I >>
Phone 172 Phone
25 words or Us. If the ad containa I 72

;-t.r". ; will b more* one than cent 25 words per word the rat for Room Watkins Block ,Rooms 5, G, 7, 8,-

r '.4' 0'f each additional word, for each in- Davis &. McNelll! Block ';
f If ypu can't bring your ad to
f the office telephone No. 24. Accounts I Victor Starbuck
opened by telephone will be II
I payable the following day. I
= I Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE j
Every Man has use for a Phone 161
A Sentinel Want Ad.
No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla

Oth17\ : *OK aa..}. Room 4-1

for Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
: .. before next Tuesday: 1 $35 Xeo- F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
style duplicating machine for $15; $12
dress form, $5.50; $10 extension table, and CONTRACTOR
I square, $4.oO; $15 art square, $d; $9
child's iron bed and mattress, $3.75; Phone 37
leather lounge, toilet set, etc. Ad-
dress Box 7U2! city. Will call with .
auto. Act quick. Time limited.

FOR SALE-OnehorseIagruder
wagon, little used. Will sell for
$25. Thoman, Route 1, Box 12. & SALLAS
10-1-St* Phone 716
208 Boone Street
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one I Rooms 2 and 3Yowell.Duckworth-
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tIc Bldg Phone 597.
ij FOR SALE Model 27 Buick; good
condition. Write Box 567.
: II 9-23-tfc L. Percival Hutton

FOR SALE-A gasoline goodas
new; a bargain if taken at once 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Call mornings between 9 and 11. CU4
Sunshine Delights In Keeping House Magnolia a\enue. 9-30-3tc Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

for housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable FOR ;SALE first-class Abbott-Detroit condition; $375 touringcar if PROMPT: AND ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

trouble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful a break. taken right away. Let us show it to WORK Florida.
fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living Is Maryas you. Box 93, Orlando, Fla. D-2U-Gt
IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
she brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muflhs fresh from the Gas Range! HAL A.
ELEGANT HOME: for sale or rent:

She has learned to profit by this wonderful household help-Gas j perches has 7, rooms heating and plant bath;, is 2 sleeping modern -Engineer ,

throughout. Smaller 7 room house,
She knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then all modern. Mrs. Wherry, lot! East Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
the Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. Central avenue. 9-30-lmo* .

Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeolng. Is your housework FOIL SALE-A MONEY MAKEU Phone 72

a drudgery or a pleasure'ORLANDO Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street arranged for light houtekecping. -
WATER & LIGHT CO., Department Splendid location; large lot. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L,, H. RAMSDELl
Term. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
t U-19-3mo OrOMITRln
and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO . FLORIDA
SIX ACRES, five in grove, mile from
city limits on Conway brick road GLASSES GRIND LENSBt
Good six including bath Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
room house
illlllliMMIMOCOEE ., , ,
"Mil" 1'
14,000. Thoman, R. 1, Box 12. ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPAIIfltQ

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I SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ 6.9 very poses.one-tf fine. QUICK quarter$100 for per citrus mile SALE-20 acre.or from subdivision See city Carl acre limits Dann.tract pur...; ARCADEMILK McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS FOR

FLORIDAAll roil HUNTHENT Caruthers FlowersLeave

"OU > *=A good ten room house,
with modern coti\ehehcei! ,, centrally l- your orders here
located! just the thing for boarding DEPOT
house; located in a properuu!
and tfi-tming town) business"'' room tm
the leading varieties of Orange and rape &ground floor, :::;J:=flu< ), AMy, tu W, I In Jolel Dell Florist.
Stery, Winter harden, Ha. "U.aiMfe
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest -
FOU mN1'=lIhYIi@ on Luwrne Cir IIUTTIW 1 MILK\
1@, furnished er unfurnished, by
prices :: :: :: ::
the eessou, month or year, with gar. Fresh Every Day. 60$, 401 South Uk BU
--o see, garden, fruits and flowers.\ Apply
to J. F, WstMns. 0-2Mmoc Qc. per glass

25c. gallon
FOR RENT Nicely furnished roomsat per
The rainy season is the best time to set 306 East- Church street; cheap CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS
rate to permanent parties; no children
trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone taken. 9-17-tf BUTTER 1 PRONE 11$

year's growth in advance of trees set FOR RENT-By the season, month, Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street
or year, one upstairs flat for light
next fall. housekeeping; also other rooms, and SANDWICHESARGADEMILK Successor to
garage, electric lights and bath in
9-10-tfc house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave nand Wood CompanyWood

I Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest YOUNG'S an REPAIR outside SHOP service has depart-installed [ DEPOT of All Kinds

prices to the above addressMtiHiiiimiiitiiiitiiiiiiiimtiiiiimii ment and is prepared to give you PROMPT SERVICE
prompt attention. We have a compe-
tent man who will fit keys, repair REASONABLE PRICE*
jour trunk, or do anything in the re- GEO.{ BANSCHBACH
if..t 111" 1111111111111111111111 pair line. He is ready to go at you
call now. Just phone 304. t
9-12-1moc Cabinet MakerDoors
1 Harness Jacob' BurkhardPLUMBER
Making When in need of a veterinary cal
Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.
on Screens, Porch Swings,
and Repairing 'i-9-28-lmo: Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
New crop onion sets just arrived, Folding Card Tables, Cedar
Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-
All kinds of leather repairing, such! Full line garden, field and flower tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
I seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man,
Trunks, Suit Cases Hand ,
as City Drug Store. 1-9-23-1moc All Work Guaranteed Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks
offer for sale for a few days
I Auto Cushions and Tops, also LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
get scissors sharpened. repaired at Orlando Bicycle and 12 E. Church St. Phone 447
the Avenue your
corner Orange
property Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
I -
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as 25 West Church Street, In Hopkins. PRESTON'S-- PLANTS-Earliana too NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Parson HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
tnato 35c.; eggplant, 35e.; Wake Browns, and tangerines; rough:
Shoe Shop. field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, lemon sour and grapefruit stock from
I the skating rink property, for $26,000. 25e. per 100 delivered, postpaid. Cavendish llasseneer: Hammock Nursery for sale ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
W. A. Boston and Preston's "Favorite" dry cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year )land banana plant, 10(!, to 25 fy18 t2t' Fred M( Preston, Pins Castle!! Florida
O.t .dew-tfc Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by ,
and interest at six per cent. : 71: -
1t. I). Lee twice a day from Spring
TYPE BITERS: and Cash Registersrepaired Lake Dairy i'hone orders to ;J, i).
; keys fitted; lock repaired MtlifrutJlr: number &83H.SLAUGHTER Phone 204
: anything Theme YeungisRepair 1 1e 1.u.fid..imoe!
FORD TIRES[ \ r line. Ju! 804,
Shop; and our man will cal! SALE
C. A. HOVEY at tine,. (0 M2.Imo A. B. Cook & Co.

BUYERS AND 8EI.I.JI1S Buy your wall paper cheap, for the
Front $6.75Rear next few dayi. Malting room for our Christ Building, Orlando.
I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real I new fall stock Finla.y Pioneer
estate. Have resided In Orlando Fla. Stare Court .tr' *. Phone 67 -
-- -..-. qi8 25 over 30 year. Have handled on1; O.tte.. INVESTMENTS
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m P. A. L WTER.E Umbrella recovered and repaired
Try a Sentinel Want Ad GOODl= ORANGE AVEANu ) -. "while you wait." Youaff'a Repair- STOCKS AND

t Sentinel want ads get results. Shop, 21 E. Pin EC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESHumber

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MtlliilMlilllllill ;; -;;

Melba peach sauce sundae at Mayer
Candy Kitchen, lOc. l-10-2-2tc

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., arrived -
in Orlando last evening from

in Panama Jacksonville. .

and everywhere on American territory, is simplified' by "A.BJL. Deposit your Savings Checks and
Cheque. They are much safer to carry than c.abi and they are let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would /ou. 8-12-tf
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare START .
*.U. lentiFy t6. We recommend them to all who travel, for
Mrs. J. P. Woodruff left yesterdayfor
business or pleasure.
Okeechobee City where she will
The State Bank of Orlando
make her home with a son.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
1 l-18-tf* THIS MONTH

Mrs. C. P. Dickenson left yesterday
afternoon for Jacksonville where she

will spend a couple of weeks with
relatives and friends.

How much did you save last monthin Deposit all the money .
cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf

you receive: pay for ev-
Miss Blanche McCamey left yesterday -
for Jacksonville where she will erything by check. Set
spend a couple of weeks with rela-

tives and friends. aside a definite amount

Merry Widow at Mayer Candy for the future: Bank
Kitchen, lOc. l-10-2-2tc

with us.
Mrs. H. A. Vivian and daughter, .
Miss Eileen, who have been spendingthe
; summer in Baltimore, are expected -
home today.

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf
The Peoples National Bank
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds and

Mrs. R. R. Reynolds, who have spent
"It Is A Pleasure To Serve
in Aurelia Iowa You"e
the summer returned -
home yesterday afternoon.Get .

Mr. Joseph Mather, who has been I Mrs. Butler Edgar, sister of Mrs.C. .

spending the summer in New York I V. Caldwell, returned to Orlando ard. your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand-

state, is again occupying his home, yesterday afternoon from Boston,

418 Marion avenue. Mr. Mather is Mass, where she has been spendingthe Mr. A. B. Thurling, of Cairo, N. Y.,
who has been several
just having the finishing touches add- past four months with her sister, spending sea-
sons in Orlando, arrived yesterdayfor
ed to a pretty two-story house on Mrs. Chas.,Green. ;
another sojourn in the City Beau
that popular thoroughfare. tifuL ,1",11"1',1.11,111,1,11,1,1.111,11111111,11111111111111111 111111115
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Wendeburg

; Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hutches are who have been spending the summerat Deposit Savings Checks and .. ... .. .. . . ... .. MIMIMIIIMIMIIillillSPECIAL '
Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, enjoy- your
let them 4 cent. interest for
again at their pretty home, 12 East earn per
ing the boating and fishing, returned you. 8-12-tl
Concord avenue after a summer's sojourn home yesterday afternoon. They will

in various states. Their last be engaged for several days gettingthe Messrs. H. E. Swaidmark, W. L.

stop was at Hendersonville, N. C., Lawrence House ready for open Story, Frank Pounds and Geo. Mathews -
where they enjoyed a delightful visit ing for the season, which will be representative citizens of Winter .
in the mountains. about the middle of the month.4p' Garden, transacted business at the

county metropolis yesterday.Ride .

Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.

t 18-18-tf 1 Touring Car complete good running

II' Miss Mattie Griffin, of Atlanta, has ,

accepted a position with Mrs. Frank condition. $175.
Soper. Miss Griffin comes highly
recommended from the pattern hat

s department of Ernest L. Rhodes Co. 1 Model "10" Buick 4 Passenger, fine

Banana splits at Mayer Candy
Kitchen, 15c. 1-10-2-2tc running condition. $150.

r Miss Mary Telford left yesterday
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
JUST RECEIVED CAR Line \Vaynesville, N. C., where
she will spend several weeks with
LOAJ OF relatives and friends in the mountain
regions of that state. San Juan Garage Company jj

Touring Cars 18-21-tf Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. Orlando -Daytona.

$482.00 DeliveredF. Mr. Seth Woodruff went up to San- DISTRIBUTORS
ford yesterday afternoon to appear
before the commercial club which met
in that city last evening in behalf of

G. RUSH the Subtropical Midwinter Exposi- IMMMMMMMMi . . .. ....
tion. IIMIliM
32 East Church Street Phone 226 -
** HIM 11111111111111-H>rMfl
I Fresh bread, coffee cakes, pies, anda MMt
full line of fancy cakes. Give us a
trial. We aim to please. Phone or- i
ders promptly attended to. Phone Who Will Be Your Executor?
No. 52. Carl Jansen's Bakery (successor ,
to Chas. Rock). 1-10-2-2tc

Mrs. Geo. II. Wygant and son, Mas.
Geo. II. Jr. left afternoon impaired as a
ter yesterday Your estate may be materially
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foTampa after a visit to her direct result of the appointment of an executoror t rtra.
"',.....11..11111111111111111111111111111111111111111FALL parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers, trustee. r'4 ;
at their home on the corner of Jack-
individual is appointedThe :-
When an } e
son and West streets.A '
financial responsibility is generally weaker. i o
full line of fresh home made
It is usually provided in wills that the person .a
candies art Mayer Candy Kitchen.
be excused ,
1.10-2-2tc nominated to serve as executor
from giving bonds. v;
Sergeants A. P. Swaidmark and
the ted When bonds are supplied, it is at the expense v e.
now giving us cove opportunity to gladdenthe William Heltzen and Corporal W. E. surety
of the estate, and then only partial secu-
heart of the bride with an appropriate bridal gift Kasper, of Winter Garden, who have

been detailed to attend the national rity against loss is provided. ,'

SILVER, CUT GLASS,:: CHINA : shoot were in Orlando yesterday en When a Trust Company is selected ,fi
rpute to Black Point. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -

The Bon Ton Millinery Store will
be open Saturday, October 2, with a bond which has behind it the entire financial
Our stock affords an easy solution of the oft repeated nice line of millinery and sport coats. strength of the Institution is always filed with
Second! door west of Express office.
question, What shall I give the bride? Please give us a call. the Probate Court st nn cost to the estate. ,

Answer JCo. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .
Quality always the best-Prices always "Correct." Mrs. D. B. Sumner was among the of this newspaper. :fi k
Orlandoites returning home yester-

ASK YOUR FRIEND TO BUY A FRENDSHIP LINK day afternoon from a summer's sojourn -
HERE; ENGRAVED FREE in the North. Mrs. Sumner has J I Come in any time and freely ask for further
passed the time very pleasantly with information on this vitally important subject. {
relatives and friends in Mount Ver- You are always welcome, and our offices" : are al- ;
non, I1L Mr. Sumner remained hereto ways glad to advise.
look after their home in Orlando

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Heights. DoctorsBiiekinastiT The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& Brunduc.OSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida
!! '

Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat I Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00Travel

Kirksville, Mo. I

4 II" ....11.1.iliA........IIIIJiimiilMMIIIIIIliK 132 S. Orange Ave.. above people r 4
4.h National Bank. Thor r-* 1111111' a II t-c "IIIIIIIIIIII+(,L.IIIC II lilt I e 11111 1 111'1111111,1111111111' '


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