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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 3, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00525
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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VOLUME\ TI11LI I ORLANDO, I 1.UItISPSI! !) 11,11') (UTOIIKIt :M I, IU13:\, MMIIKIl; 2 all

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GREAT ARMIES CLOSING ON SERBIA FOR



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CONCERTED DRIVE TO CONSTANTINOPLE






4 GERMANY AUSTRIA READY FOR AND I I NEWORlANDO ENTERPRISE UNDERGOINGADJUSTMENTI [ -


UULGARIA INVASION HURRICANE I RUSSIA UOlOING OWN AND

Messrs. G. G. Wright and FrankA. War Business in U. S. a New-


GERMANS HAVE EIGHT ARMY CORPS Wilson. Wright& Toomer in Charge Fer-of Industry Who Has Thinks Returned C. P. Dow


Preliminary to Drive Austria tilizer Branch DfATUTOll From Trip AT SOME POINTS IS ON THE


Another enterprise for Orlando was Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the Peo-

Will Address Roumaniafor announced yesterday by Messrs. ples National Bank, who recently returned -

Free Passage for Frank A. Wright and C. G. Wright, ABOUT 500 I CZAR
from a trip through the East OfffNSIVt REliEVED

Munitions the who Wilson have made& Toomer an agreement Fertilizer com with ern States, said yesterday that the :

2.-Three pany, of Jacksonville, to represent war had opened up a new line of busi- -
London.Oct. great I
armies, German, Austrian, and them in Orlando. The Messrs. Wright BELATED NEWS OF FEARFUL ness for this country. The war business I GERMAN PRESSURE STOPS
will have a factory branch in this is considered by many manufac- BOARD OF TRADE MEETING i
in Ser-
Bulgarian, are closing on N I
LOSS ,
bia ready for a combined and city and for the time the headqs nr- OF LIFE IN turers and financiers as simply another FOR FIRST TIME IN SIX

simultaneous smash and drive of the company will be with Manner LA. AND MISS. line of great national business T .i MONTHS
Brothers in their warehouse in At San Juan Hotel Tomorrow
through the Balkans to Con. i enterprise comparable to such as the
South Orlando, and the Atlantic Coast automobile, machinery leather food, Night-Important Meet
stantinople.On .
MANY THOUSAND ARE HOMELESSAid DUE TO ALliES GREAT OFFENSIVEAnd
the west lies the rein- Line railroad tracks. It is also stated clothing, and other legitimate Indus ing, Large Attend.

forced Austrian to the that Wilson & Toomer will construct tries. To meet this new line of war
army, ance UrgedThe
north is gathered the German a warehouse to be used exclusively by Is Being Rushed to Sufferers I business Mr. Dow said! the manufacturers Also to Fact That Germany
time
them during next
some
forces, said to comprise eight year. are undergoing many various Board of Trade will meet at
nnd Austria
The stock has already arrived and in Louisiana and Mississippi Are Massing
phases of adjustment to meet the
army corps, and in the south. the San Juan hotel tomorrow night at
is being unloaded at the (Ifanner newly created conditions. After this Troop Serbian
east the Bulgarian legions have !' !' Towns nnd 7:30 o'clock Important business will on
warehouse and the Wrights will be adjustment has been fully ptrfcced .
assembled.The come up all the executive and building llorder
ready for business this week. For Cities the country will witness a permanent
massing of the three armies committee has been asked to meet

for attack was discovered byAnglol"rcneh the Yowell-Duckworth present their offices block.will be A In largo the, New Orleans, Oct 2. Pour hundred development unequalled' in history, with President Dow at the Peoples. London, Oct. 2.-The Russians are

aviators who was Mr. (Dow's belief. National Hank in the afternoon at not only holding their own along the
of material is hand and dead nnd loss variously
supply
on << a property
have been! I'cnt8 one of the 3:30: o'clock. Affairs concerning the entire eastern front, but at some
the Wrights will bo glad to meet estimated from U:>,OOOOOO .PERSONAL ITEMS I CONCERNING)
contingent of armed relief up new Hoard of Trade) Milling will he point, notably in Gallcla the Cxar'a
which the allies sending to prospective buyers and talk the situation is the result of the storm which ORLANDO) PEOPLE
are swept discussed and It is probable some very armies have assumed the offensive,
with them.
The Sentinel
over
Serbia in her extremity. A big. part of Louisiana and Missis important action may take place. lie and are delivering. heavy blows to the
welcomes the new enterprise to Orlando A. P. Swaidmark, of Winter Garden .
Austria will send! an ultimatum all and booster and go to the meeting to. invaders
and trusts it will be so success sippl Wednesday Wednesday was in the city yesterday. lie I Isa
to Roumania demanding morrow night. It promises! to be an These according to German accounts -
ful that the branch factory will be night. The wires have been down .
candidate for of that town
free passage for munitions! for mayor interesting one.BASEBALL. have been repulsed, but it Is
commenced at once instead of next ever since the first blow of the storm October 5,
Turkey according to a Cologne evident that the Russians have been
The railroads have been and
tied
dispatch.The year. up Mr Geo. LaFontain and daughter, RESULTS for the time at least relieved from

ultimatum, it I is said, will the news has been trickling in slowly Miss Nattie, are among the well the tremendous pressure to which

be couched in friendly terms POLICE ARREST NEGROES WHO because the points which suffered the known winter visitors who have recently National League they have been subjected in the last
FACE SERIOUS CHARGES most have been inaccessible by boats. Brooklyn-N. Y., wet grounds.
I
and will name an interval in returned for another season in six months.
Chief of Police Smith has roundedup The death toll at New Orleans and Philadelphia-Boston, rain.
which Roumania is to reply. : I Orlando. They have spent the sum Chicago 6-0, Cincinnati 33. This is due, no doubt to the heavy
the immediate is and
four of the negroes who are sup vicinity 21 most !mer in Sherbourne N. Y., and are Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 3. withdrawals of Germans to meet the
.\ Ion posed to have been guilty of recent of the others who perished were in American LeagueN.
Heavy rtUlt'rTtt I pleasantly located at the suburban great offensive of the allies in the

London Oct. 2.-The heavy offensive burglaries. Bob Austin is the party : unprotected fishing villages in the I home of Mr. G. T. Hull, on the Pine Boston. Y.-1'hilaiklnhla\,(a,h,natton wet ground 34. west and to assist in the concerted at.
of the allies last week has suspected of robbing the A. C. L. till Baratarian section and the waters 1.3L '
given i Castle highway. Cleveland 6, Detroit 6. tempt to sweep through Serbia to the
way to a fierce artillery duel along of $-18, and Joe Donaldson a fruit lying between the Mississippi' and Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Siebert, prominent I- St. Louis 0-1, Chicago 3-0. Dardanelles.

the entire western front. stand. Another negro was arrested Louisiana state lines. A thousand I. and influential citizens of Kis.simme !. Federal LeagueBuffaloBrooklyn, rain. Whatever Is the cause, the German
yesterday and jailed, charged with persons have been left homeless by
During the entire day but one infantry motored to Orlando yesterday > Newark 7.3, Baltimore 12. I advance into Russia has corn practically -
action was fought, accordingto trying to kill the A. C. L. section the hurricane but New Orleans and to meet friends who arrived on Chicago 8-C, Pittsburgh 61.: I to a standstill, and even Berlin
foreman. the states of Louisiana and Mississippi Kansas 4 St. Louis 1,
City :
official report, that taking placein I the afternoon train from Illinois. officially makes. no claim of progress,
have been fully able to affordall
Lorraine where n German recon They have recently disposed of their. except In one ..isolated place.MANY ..
noitvrlnir party attempted an assault.Elsewhere the relief needed. Interest In the ; hotel in that
Greyntone KILLED HIS SON IN LAW\ti
foot remained tho VIRGINIA BEATS YALE More than 75 boats loaded with
troop city to Senator A. E. Donegan) and OKLAMM FRIENDS MISS
food medicines, bedding and physicians
trenches and left' the fighting\ to tho should! they decide to cast their lot in I, nit. STA<;<;-<;oir ON
have been dispatched to the! various -
big cunt. another It will in all THE W.\. E
J place probabilitybe .
Georgetown. Heats Navy 9 to 0; J points. Telephone! and telegraph Orlando, Georgia Man Shot Son-in-Lnw

) Bulgarians on the March W. Va. and W. & G. Tie; wires leading to the places I After Family !Row-Cor Reports come that Pro Jno. W.
Messrs. W. B. Barefoot M. D. Tew
Paris, Oct. 2.-It U reported from Other Football Scores which suffered the greatest are be. 1 oner's Jury Declared Stage who is at Black )Mountain N.
and J. A. Baggett of Dunn, N. Cn
ing gradually restored and hour
Athena that Bulgarian troop from YesterdayThe every who have been spending several days Him Justified C., ia doing nicely, and that correspondence
received telling of
a
Sofia moving in the direction of sees message
are between him
and his Or-
W : in this section prospecting, left yes.
the additional death list. The estimate
the Serbian frontier and that other second week of football was terday for their homes in that state. Covington, Ga., Oct. 2.-G. W. St. lando friends continues to be heavy.Dr. .
of 400 dead is conservative and
forces are being dispatched toward formally ushered in yesterday. Fol. it is feared that within the nexttwentfour While here they were shown the beau. John shot and killed his son-in-law Stagg is greatly missed and it is

the Greek border. lowing are the principal scores: hours hundred ties and attractions of Orlando and its Will McWaters, at the former's home the urgent wish of every one that he

This information was forwarded today South Tennessee 21, Tuscaloosa 0. be added.YANCEY one more environments, by their friend, Mr. J. three miles northwest of here today. will soon return to his old haunts.

by the Athens correspondent of Virginia 10, Yale 8. may W. Jackson, and were so favorably The killing followed a family row His presence on the Country Club

the (lavas News Agency, who assertsit Washington and Lee 20, Wesleyan 0. impressed that they are planning to in which McWaters whipped his wife golf links is urgently needed and
MEAT MARKET WILL
is from a reliable source. It is be- South Carolina 29, Newberry 0. MAKE IMPROVEMENTSThe I return in the near future with the and threatened to "clean up" the some of the lovers of the game feel as

lieved the principal point of concentration North Carolina 14, Citadel 0. intention of investing in Orange coun- whole family.St. though the game were not worth

will be along the upper Strou- Alabama 41, Howard 0. I realty.Mr. John was decared justified at while with Dr. Stagg absent.
ma river, southwest of Sofia, near the Mississippi A. & M. 12, Mississippi Yancey Meat Market, inc., is i ty the coroner's inquest and was given
Serbian border. College 0. about to witness some changes, andit J. A. Wilkes, one of Pine Cas
his freedom. WORLD'S SERIES PLAY BY PLAY
Vanderbilt 47. Southwestern 0. is expected that the work will be tie's well known citizens, looked after
, East Harvard 7, Mass. Aggies 0. I AT THE LUCERNEW.
under this week. New business matters in Orlando
way displaycases :yester
Martial Law in Bulgaria
Princeton 0, Rutgars:; 0. MODERN WOODMEN HOLD
have been received which day. Mr. Wilkes has a portable saw
Army 14, Holy Cross 14. are
via Paris Oct. 2. Bulgaria I SESSIONThe .
Milan, Italy, W. Wright has made arrange-
Georgetown 9, Navy 0. beauties. A new refrigerator has also mill on the tract of land recently pur-
is mobilizing all men up to the ments with Mac Tallman, manager of
Cornell 43, Oberlin 7.
been installed. These additions make chased by Mr. C .G. Westcott on the
age of 58 years, according to the Cor- West Va. 6, Washt'n and Jeffs'n 6. Modern Woodmen of America the Grand and Lucerne theatres,
the market look like a new place. It Conway paved thoroughfare and is
Lehigh 14 Carlisle 0.
riere Delia Sera, Bucharest corre- held an interesting meeting last whereby the Lucerne theatre has been
is the intention of the proprietors to engaged in cutting the timber into
spondent. No citizen under 45 is permitted Thursday night at which several applications secured for several days, beginning
MENDENIIALL SENTENCED TO move the office from the front to the lumber which will be utilized by Mr.
to leave the country and mar- were accepted. Other important Friday, when the world's series will
LIFE IMPRISONMENT rear and to make some interior improvements Westcott in constructing buildings,
tial law has been proclaimed. Pro- business was transacted, after be played between Boston and Phila
such as painting, etc. barns, etc., on his large ranch in that toI I
German manifestations are reportedin which the members went in a body delphia. A leased wire will be run
Clearwater, Fla., Oct. 2.-Menden- The market is enjoying a fine busi- section. The output of materialfromthis
Bulgarian cities along the Danube. Estes ice cream parlor where all enjoyed into the Lucerne and every play will
hall sentenced Reavesto all being well satisfied mill is said to be of high
was by Judge ness, patrons a very
Bulgarian artillery, the correspondent a pleasant social hour over be ticked off to the fans. A email admission .
life imprisonment.When with the service they are getting. grade.
asserts, is being massed along the their cream. Each Modern Woodman fee will be charged.
'' frontier of Dobruja, a part of Rou. asked if he had anything to expressed his opinion that it was well

mania bounded by the Black sea and say Mendenhall replied that he believed At Critical Time President to always attend lodge for they know
he would have been
t the Danube, which was taken from acquittedhad hot what they might miss by staying LANSINGBKTORFFConference
not nine jurymen been from St
Bulgaria' in 1878 and given to Rou.mania. away
Petersburg where he said the papers Wilson Led Cabinet In Prayer

This section has a cosmopolitan were BO bitter, editorially against ALLIES NEED ONLY 133.000000 nt New York-It Is'

population. him.The -- TO COMPLETE. LOAN Thought That Papers' on
judge! replied that his! peers Indianapolis, lad, Oct. -It\W l I "And right there the president of -

; had rendered their Verdict nnd his President Wilson went down on his 1 the United States fell upon his knees New York, (Jet, 2. Underwriter Arabic Citac WereDelivered

DANN SELLS PROPERTY was the fault for the dual life he had knees and led hU cabinet\ in prayer at 'and] the members of the cabinet didIhe of the 5W,000,000() Anglo Freneh

been living.Attorneys. I same and the president eiTered a hand i issue! were! of the opinion today -

appealed to the supreme a recent meeting, was told here )'t'li. j prayer to GUll. While the war rages that the entire amount" would be rot* New York, Oct. 2r Ambassador

NtKotlnttN' Ilk.. Deal) Selling, Dr.M court on thirty.three points, taking terday by lllshop William .'. Anderson in Europe w-e in this country should) scribed to within a few days. The Dernstorff and Secretary Lansing met

twenty typewritten pages of Cincinnati, at a session of the j thank Gal| that ,in this crisis of the Hits will be dosed in all probability for a few minutes at the latter'aapartments
H\Min the Smythe Property -
Indiana Methodist Episcopal: confer j world wt have a chief executive who early next week, probably ;Monday\ at the Dlltmore hotel today

on North Main Mr. and Mr*. John) O Bee, osnnvllle Jack- ence A United! States senator told! I jig a servant of God and who stands where the ambassador handed to

Street were among the prominent the bishop of the incident, he said I w.h: his hand in the hand of God. G, ,1, H. REUNION. : ENDS Secretary Lansing a package of pa

Floridians, spending yesterday In Orlando The senator had heard it from one of Every minister in the land should

II, Carl Dann, the progressive renl -They had been to Ki *immee the cabinet embers: who prayed with cry time he offers a prayer take I Washington, Oct. 3.--Today official. pers.Neither man discussed the natureof

estate man, has sold a very valuable\ on ft visit i and were so favorably impressed the president I Woodrow Wilson by the hand and |ly closed the 49th annual reunion of the papers nor the purport of the

piece |tof property to Dr. J, S. MeEwan. : with the looks of this cityas "When the president arrived at the lead him into the presence of God and .the Grand Army of the Republic. meeting. Secretary Lansing said he

; The Smythe property, at the they passed; ; through, that they cabinet meeting," said Bishop Anderson -i ask that he be given strength to continue Only a few veterans remained to expected to confer with BernstorfT in

corner of Main and Jefferson streets, could not return to the metropolis of "his face wore a solemn look. It to be the great apostle of peace clear up the routine business and to Washington later.

has been purchased by him and is one the state without having paid it a was evident that serious affairs of the among men." attend outdoor events postponed on As yet it is said matters have not

of the most desirable residences in visit. They were greatly surprised at I nation were on his mind. He said to There was a chorus of "amens" account of yesterday's rain. been concluded, and a most reliable

the city, Dr. McEwan exhibited good the business houses and the general the cr.binet member 'I don't know froth the ministers. Later a telegram authority said that one port!' a of the

Judgment in buying ant Dann is hap. appearance of the city and intend whether you men believe in prayer or expressing the confidence of the dele- Ingersoll watches, all sizes and papers handed to the secretary contained

a py because another client has bees paying it another visit when they can not. I do. Let us pray and ask the gates in him was sent to the presi prices; auto guaranteed.and mantel clocks Curtis, ,incases & the Imperial German government'
fully
satisfied remain longer. help of God.' dent. O'Neal. arguments in the Arabic case.
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DAILY THE SELLER.BEST I I IA Poem For The Day I COOK & BAAS. I FORAGE GROCERY CO.

South Florida ,SentinelMORNING The one "best seller" among books Agents, will attend to your fire insur-
T-i ance promptly. Christ building. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND WEEKLY continues to be the Bible. If it were BATTLE HYMN -9-17-lmoc ,

.*. It. GLENN ......................Editor true, as asserted by some discouraged REPUBLIC ---
W. C. ESMSGTON ......B..ln... Manager ones that the war proves the outworn
Mine have seen the glory of the and All Next WeekCut
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nature of Scriptural teachings, this Saturday
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EoUnd at the .tolfiN at Orlaodu. Florid coming of the Lord;
*, u Second CteM Mail Matter. would scarcely be the case. The salesof lie is trampling out the vintage where The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
SUBSCRIPTION KAltaD the of wrath This Out and Save It
the Bible not holding
.llT. 1 YJar ....................... $* are merely grapes are stored; \.
Daily. S Maatha ...................... *'*<> their own; they are increasing at a lie hath loosed the fateful lightningof
............. His terrible swift sword
Dall,. I Month ......... 1-26 ;
annual meet-
Dad,.. 1 Month ....................... .*<> marvellous rate. At the His truth is marching on. Select Boarding and Day The first requisite with us is quality, purity, fairness.., We cater for

Wa.kly. 1 Yaar ...................... U-00 ing of the American Bible Society a School for Girls those who insist on a high standard of living. The best fed are the
I[ have Him in the watchfires of
total sale of 6,370,465 volumes was seen
16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 healthiest and happiest-notably so when the element of extra expense is
hundred
PAYABLE: IN This gain of 1,119- a circling camps;
4LL 8UBSCBIPTIONS reported. was a
ADVANCETO They have builded Him an altar in Primary, Intermediate and Academic eliminated. This important feature has always been a cardinal principle
289 for the year. Hitherto Turkey the evening dews and damps; Grades with us. Our customers live better for less money than those who
and Mexico have been leading fields I read His
righteous
ADVERTISERS can sentence by
Also Musi., Art Elocution Physical buy elsewhere.
I Ic. the dim and flaring lamps
have been
. . ....... for distribution. They ; Culture and Domestic Science.
.,, l r pUy and all U r His day is marching
adrwtidnc ... bs band** la at the II......* closed for a considerable period to thesociety's on. For Catalogues address the Rector, Best Granulated Sugar per pound. .Be Finest Honey, per comb..... . .16c
.. .* .u 8.aUa.l act later thaa I p. ...
&n representatives. But an immense Blue Valley Gold Seal and GolWhite and Red Cherries 17c
U. day tofor ,."lkatio&. This rei. appllcata He has sounded forth the trumpet Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M. per can
........ 'err coatract advcrtlatact It I. number of copies of the Bible that shall never call retreat; den Dale Creamery Butter, lb. 34c Best Table Peaches, Pears and
L-T rUU and will b. strictly adhered U. have been furnished to soldiers on the lie is sifting out the hearts of men Orlando, Fla. Fox River Butter, per pound . 37c Plums No. 38. per can. .. . 19c
before His judgment seat
Subscriber dtairing. Tb Sentinel dikcondaoed European firing lines. The distribu- Oh! be swift my soul to answer Him; American Beauty Toilet Soap, 3 Van Camp's Pork and Beans No.

should notify tb otberwue office in writing it will. on beoatinned. tors have been especially active in I be jubilant, my feet! cakes for ..... .... .,...10c 1 size, per can . ... . . . . . .Sc
tka daU of exPiration. ,
at the regular subscription rate. China, Japan, India and the Philip Our God is marching on. It Is Saidthat Wesson Cooking Oil, per quart..25c Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No.

nUl T.ln>a notice... Ki to.stop b-r .la...received................... M pines.A -.Julia a Ward Howe. Snowdrift, large pail .. ... ..... 93c 2 size per can . ... . .. . . .13c ,
mere sentimental interest would SUBTROPICAL No. 2 Tomatoes. 3 cans for ......20c Sliced Bacon, in glass jar, per
EXHIBIT AT TilE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3, 1915 not produce such an enduring, wide- WINTER FAIR there is time enough for Blue Ridge Corn 3 cans for .....%5(' jar .... ........ ....... .. . . 23c
spread popularity for the Book of everything except a train that Van Camps Sifted Early June Maxwell House Coffee one pound

Ennui is the monotony of happi- Books. Publishers at a recent meet Now that our county commissioners has gone. Peas, per can ...... ...... .10< can.. . ... . . .. . ... .. . 32c
ness. ing in New York had much to say on have appropriated five hundred If there are any people in Orange Lenox Soap, 8 cakes for .... .. .25c White House Coffee one pound

--o- the value of artificial booming in Lemons per dozen .............15c can........................ 33c
dollars to defray the expenses of an county who have not yet
The fortune hunter must act as his making a book "take" with the pub- Calumet Baking Powder. 1 lb. can.9c Quaker Corn FI ke.s for . . . .23cBaker's
exhibit of Osceola county's productsat eaten at the Model Cafe there is
lic. The of best seller White Foam Household Ammonia .
own guide.No vogue many a the Orlando fair, it behooves the Chocolate, half pound 20ci
o was laid to clever systematic exploit- people of St. Cloud to lend their full still time-day or night. per bottle 8t:, or 2 for ....... 13c i Cottolene, large size ...... . . .$1.23 f
man can serve two masters unless ing rather than to any inherent meritor support to the plan by getting together No bombast or pretense aboutit Olives and Cherries, per bot I jCottolene, medium size.. _.... 50c

he has been married twice. even the quality of sensationalismin an exhibit that will be a creditto just the best that can be tie, 9c.. or 3 for .. ...... .. . .23c 'Cottolene, small size ...... . . 25c \

o plot or style. But there is a far this city of wonderful possibilities.St. served at the moderate prices Durkee's Salad Dressing, large Dried Peaches per pound . .. . lOc
Too bad that the blooming idiot is deeper foundation for the demand for Cloud Tribune.CHRISTIAN. size, per bottle .. . ... ... . .23c Potted Ham per can _. . . .. . 4c ,
so seldom nipped in the bud. ,the Scriptures. Those who buy the charged.Our French's Prepared Mustard, per. .. Vienna Sausage, 3 cans for . 25c

o I Bible or eagerly receive it without 25c. meals and 15c. spec- bottle ............._..... .... .9c : Sardines, 7 cans for .... .. . . 23c '
The man who has money to burn price at the hands of distributors, do SCIENCE ials should appeal to those who Vinegar, per quart bottle .... ..lOc I'' Regular 23e. Can Opener, during

generally has friends to roast. so in order to read it and profit by 'desire the best at a reasonable Mallo Icing, per can ... ... .. 18c this sale only .......... . . lOc
o the counsel and inspiration it affords.In Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Occasionally you meet people who this connection it is interesting to Ii Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Un- price.

are so credulous that they actually learn that one of the largest public reality. By serving the greater quan- Forage Grocery Company
believe in themselves. libraries keeps in circulation a num- Wednesday evening service at 7:45. tity of oysters we are always

:Marriage is a tie, but then so is ber of copies of the Bible. The Bible Third and floor Church, corner street.South Entranceon Orange :able to have them fresh. Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St.
the relationship that exists betweena remains the greatest of guide books avenue We have served thousands of

tin can. and a dog's tail. for perplexed and suffering humanity. Church street. the best people of Orange Coun-

a o ty. We hope to serve thousandsmore
The song of the locust or katydidis FUTURE OF SOULS
who appreciate well cook-
also another indication-but whether AGAIN IS VITAL.
of a late or early fall is difficult to By Rev. Charles F. Wishart, Pastorof $5.75STATE ed food and prompt service.TheModel .
tell. Second Presbyterian GARDEN SEED !

0 Church, Chicago, IlL
? You will never know how many One of the marked features in the, CAMP

things you can be glad for, until you age in which we live has been the return CafeFIELD'S

begin counting your neighbor's trou- of vital interest in the future of (Near Jacksonville) New Crop Onion Sets Just
bles. the human souL There was a time
I AND RETURN
not many years ago when learnedmen ArrrvedCome
There is a growing feeling that affected to speak slightly of immortality VIA

motorists ought not to feed in more as unimportant even if true. in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality

gasoline merely because they see a In the darkness of desolation which Atlantic Coast Line Seeds, and Low Price

danger sign. the old materialism brought upon us I CHOCOLATE
a men whistled to keep up their cour- .
Japan is said to be sending 750,000men age and tried with quivering voicesto Standard Railroad of the South VANILLA

to stop the German advance in assure each other that, after all, City Drug Store

Russia. They know the route for the the future did not matter. ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE TUTI FRUTI
. first part of the journey too. But the bluff was paltry and pitiful.It .
A 0 does matter. The most thrilling MATCHES GUAVAICE J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
t
It may not be any safer for the question that men ask is this: "If a'' Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, CREAMS.

automobilists to carry glaring head- man die shall he live again?" 7, 12, 13, 14
lights, but it tends to make the other Happily we have come now to the With limit of October 30th.

fellow get out in the ditch. real discovery of the soul. Eucken, Extension limit to November AUTO LUNCHES
o Bergson, :Myers and Lodge, on the
Vacation days seem largely now for other side of the Atlantic; James, 29th may be secured by deposit I A SPECIALTYCLUB The 1CxJet
ing ticket with Union Ticket
S the purpose of furnishing monumentsfor Royce and Ormond, on this side of '
bereaved families through the the Atlantic, have been pointing out Agent, Jacksonville, and pay- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
ment of fee of 50c.
speed craze or the undertow.The to us what the Book has always as- SANDWICH 25c. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
a sured us, "That life shall live for
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
decrease of 50 per cent. in the evermore, else earth is darkness at
For Information Call on Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
should is.
export of champagne some- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
what reduce the real pain of the the core and dust and ashes all that W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh .

morning after. We believe this not only from whatwe W. H.O'NEALC.P.&T. A. and Delivered for AU and pure.

t o are learning of the soul as the Orlando Occasion We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

"If you want to get in the line of supreme energy Whose eactinctioil everything in the Meat Line.H. .
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promotion, cut out strong drink in would mean the direct violation of .
every form. That seems to be the that great law of the conservation of and :. IS L. Self & Oo.
plain common sense proposition.- energy, but we believe it from deeper Engraved Stationery I I
Hubbard. reasons. Thus came the great pre- PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

o sumptions drawn from the nature of Invitations

The race for the world's baseball God, from his love and his justice and
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resolves itself into a his desire for fellowship."At .
championship Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

contract between managers to see a because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent '
which %can pull the biggest wad to least for one day, remaining in SKATING RINKLADIES'
and deliver the goods in Orlando.
buy players with. the same condition in which the day

o shall find you, make it your task to QUALITY THE VERY. HIGHEST.
What are you going to do when be guided by love alone in each and PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
you meet a fan who shows you by every act. And I know that if you
baseball statistics that neither the will do this you will never again return W. S, BRANCH DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
Boston or Philadelphias can win the to the old, terrible ruinous delu. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

world series? sion."-Tolstoi. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE INSTRUCTORS.Open .
o
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After an observation of the man. I 10 a.m. to 12 m, 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
ners and customs of the swimming
resorts, one can safely say that the Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson
shortage of cotton cloth is not caused

by the amount of material requiredto

make bathing suits. CENTS
HOW TRUE ADMISSION 1O
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"A quantity of carbolic acid worth

$10,000 a year ago, would today be It is easy enough to be pleasant

worth $100,000 declared Prof. J. R. While life goes by like a song, r

Withrow of the Ohio State Universityin But the man worth while is the one who can smile

discussing the effect of the Euro-of When everything goes dead wrong; AUTO WASHING STATIONTHE
war on the chemical supply
pean
Ohio. For the test of the heart is TROUBLE,

o And it always comes with the years,

The trouble in Hayti has just about And the smile that is worth the praises of earthIs PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

been settled and we will be able to the smile that shines through tears,
watch the war in Europe without diversion -Who? REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

if we could only straightenout "
Who can tell us the author of these beautiful lines? Known as "The Handy Man.
those "greasers.
o We will be pleased to hear from you.

About this time of the year in the WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum steel, or any machine

days of our fathers and mothers the parts. Work guaranteed.
children were thinking about readin',
'ritin', and 'rithmetic but in this day GASOLINE AND OIL

and time it is "joy-riding raiment

and ragtime."If o The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr


we find but one to whom we S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
can speak out of our heart freely,
with whom we can walk in love and

simplicity without dissimulation, we

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CHANGES THAT HAVE BEEN Forum will hold their monthly debate I All pastors and Christian peopleare
MADE IN ELECTION LAWS beginning at 7:45. cordially invited to participate in 1-
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the church the meetings.

Orlando, Fla., Oct. 1, 1915. the official board will have charge of Monthly Musical Service I
Editor Sentinel-As politics are the first revival preparatory service.Mr. First Methodist church. I
beginning to be talked about around F. A. Curtis will be in charge. Overture, orchestra, Light of the
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town, it may interest not only the Tuesday at 3 p. m. the Sewing Cir- World, We Hail Thee.
politician but also the humble voter, cle will meet with Mrs. Baumwartz, Anthem, full chorus, Unfold, Ye I
to know what changes have been madein on America street, fourth cottage Portals.
"No Tree Is A
the primary election laws by the west from Lucerne Circle. Hymn, All Hail the Power. i First-Class Tree
last legislature.First Wednesday the revival prelude will Apostle's Creed, in concert.
: All will be glad to hear, be under the direction of Mrs. J. D. Prayer by the pastor, closing with Unless Budded from A Bear-
that the necessity of reregistrationevery Rush, president of the Woman's :Missionary : Our Lord's Prayer, by the choir.
two years has been removed Society, assisted by membersof Solo, :Mrs.:\ W. :\Murphy, selected.
and that those registered for the last the Ladies' Aid, and Sewing Cir- Psalm No. 8, responsively.Gloria ing Tree of Known Qualityand
primary election and having duly cle. On Monday at 3 p. m. this so- Patri.
paid their poll taxes for 1914 and ciety, the W. M. S., will hold their Announcements.Offertory .
1915, will be eligible' for using their monthly business meeting. orchestra, selected. Quantity of Produc-

ballot at the primary to be held June Thursday at 7:30 p. m. the Epworth Mixed quartet, Teach Us to Pray.
9, 1916, without further trouble. The League will have charge of the revival Pastor's address "Our Winter tion." O. W. Conner
registration books for the county pre- prelude service. The entire Watchword." -
cincts will be open every day at some program will be under the directionof Duet, :Mr.: Frank Smith and Miss
central place in each precinct from the young people.On Eliza Wright.
March 6, 1916 to April 4, 1916. Friday at 7:30 p. m., the Sun- Hymn, Praise God, choir and con-
The supervisor's office at the court day school officers and teachers will gregation.
In five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual demonstration -
house will*be for registration of Benediction.
open have charge of the serivje, with the
all voters, chiefly for the two precincts superintendent Mr. C. E. Howard, as Postlude organ selected. in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
of Orlando, viz. No. 1 and No. leader. All members of the schoolare -oUNITARIAN- brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

2, from March 1, 191C, to April 30, urged to be present. CHURCH does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

1916.All Rev. Mr. Holcombe, of Nashville,I Professors Shamel and Pomeroy the results of which were recently -
poll taxesfor 1914 and 1915 Tenn., and his assistants, who are to I Sunday school will be held at Unity published in the Florida Grower have added conviction to
must be paid on or before May 14,
1916, to entitle registered voters to co-operate with the pastor in the further I Chapel this morning at 9:45 o'clock. the planter and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
work of the revival, will arriveon All interested asked
become qualified to vote. are cordially to from a parent of true merit.
Saturday and begin work next ,+be present, with the children.
commissioners and
County members I Sunday. f i I T. P. Howes, superintendent. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
of the board of public instructionwill
be nominated by and voted for by 1 a part of their work and worse, other nurseries, that have not

the several districts of the county instead ! been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con

of by the county at large. as'* Beds! Beds! Beds ! vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
heretofore. t
? Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
There lots of minor in
are changes
the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where tree is budded from
clauses of the Bryan primary law, but In Bright New Patterns every a pa-
rent tree that is real
sa none of them affect the voter it is producing quality and plenty of it.

unnecessary to mention them in this You can write own guarantee and
letter. your we will sign it, so
Truly yours, great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

FRANK II. WILLIAMS, bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove and not a single
Supervisor of Registration for bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.

and in Orange County. CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

Corner Main and Jackson streets.
John B. Ley pastor.
Rally Day exercises. First in the Ocklawaha Nurseries
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Fine
music, pretty children's exercises
the "primary. by Now Is The Timeto O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida!

At eleven o'clock the pastor will OR
speak to the Bible school and general
congregation. Theme "What Shall select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. G. G. Wright Agent
the Harbest Be?" ,
Our stock is full of bright new patterns t) choose from
At 6:45 the Senior Epworth Leaguewill 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO FLA.MMMMMMMMIMIMtl .
hold a rally service and inaugurate at surprising low prices. A call will convince you.
their campaign for new mem-

bers.At
7:30 the choir, supported by the
orchestra, will render a beautiful
musical program. See program in de- OSCAR HAND & SON
tail in another column.

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Suits now stocks arc Our silks have th""caste" you
owing to our great Natural Blouse
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at their best. ; see in the best qualities. Thecolorings Always confined above the
of ammunition in. waist line
gives almost
You who know the are su p barb, and the
the way of new Derbies.If twice the freedom in the
value of early choice, r '- pricings very reasonable. movements of the body, as
you will bring your the old; !antiquated warm
are wisely making use RROADCLOTHS elastic insertion at the
head here well guarantee waist.
of these October days
to fit it becomingly 54 inches wide sponged and Solid-One-Piece Seat
to have the Fall Outfit : ; (
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V nn ens \ to $-1. $1.50. both seat nand crotch are
cool snaps, which will I constructed
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' come overnight.The SOFT HAT TIME Exactly like your
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collection of Suits and Dresses is at its is now particularly, when its a bit too early for 58 inches wide, all wool in white Opening on the outer side

high-water mark of completeness. The joy of the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that only, an extra value at $1.25. of leg where no strain: ever

choosing while stocks are so comprehensive, sercan be described by. only one word, "distinguishSAN TOY GARBARDINE (KINCH comes for buttons means to. pull less off.liability But-

vice unhurried, is only. equalled by the assurance ed... The varying models a AIR tons are In a posItion
assume becoming
a 45: inches wide, all wool, in all where the
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ANIS.M.C.A.

Miss Mabel Stone, who was the
week-end guest' of the Y. W. C. A,
Winter Park News I cabinet last week, came to Winter
1'afk to arrange for the introductionof
special I'.ible study elates, in each, v p'
of the four Sunday schools!! of the 11 E
town As & result of her visit the
young ladle of the college/; wilt httte,
Dally Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe Special, l classes! In the MethtnJUt! Hap*
list and Congregational l churches
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Town And Rollins College The college men mil a I No have lpeflat a
Everything: Ta Make Your Full Sewing
flatten! in each of thee! SabbathFvhayl
H flea=Yrtt and l a S m>M WillU
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IlfiCEITION AT ; MANV 1TKMH: CONCEKMNO( : WISe Especially; Featured During The
I' The slogan! of the Y M. C. A, and
COTTAGK CloU\'tauotoU'1 TEU; I'AHK THIIIPT AM Y. W G. An "Every; student In Sunday Weginnlng"

DIE1111EIc$ PIHH.KES.S I' school Sunday morning," It to be
Cloverleaf' Cottage was the scene of More than two*thirds of the four carried out to the letter. The girl NEXT TUESDAY
a merry and delightful reception last miles of new sidewalks have been of the college were canvassed earlyin
evening which was given by the completed, according to the contract. the week regarding attendance, and
young ladies of the Y. W C. A. to I ors, Kummer & Koldorf, and the entire every girl in the college signified an
the new students of the college. Prac. I job will be completed by Novem. intention to join'some local Sabbath

tically every one on the campus in. I I ber 1. One of the remarkable devel- school. A similar petition was circu- Items Underpriced
eluding both old and new students and opments connected with the laying of lated among the men yesterday after- Many are /
the faculty, attended.The I these walks was the "discovery" of noon with like results.
guests were greeted at the entrance I an old avenue leading from Rollins The classes will be led by membersof What better way could you spend your time than in planning Fall dresses or re-modelling Sum-
to Cloverleaf by a receiving I College to the town. This avenue is the faculty and prominent citizensof mer garments to meet the new season's style requirements'? And couldn't the children's wardrobe
line composed of Mrs. Ferguson, dean I I said to have been included in the Winter Park. A special text-book, be freshened too.Professional.

of women, Miss Geraldine Clark, and I original platting of Winter Park's which is designed to show the simi- dressmakers and those of you who make your own clothes or supervise their making
Miss Elizabeth Russell. Upon enter- streets, but it had been overlooked larity of the conditions which con- will find this Sewing Week most important and interesting. It presents the new Fall fabrics and
ing the reception room they found I and forgotten for so many years that fronted Christ with those which face Dress accessories--merchandise you must know about to intelligently judge and plan costumes.
that four of the lower rooms of the I numbers of the oldest residents did
college student of modern the also take
every Notions and small ware necessary for the proper making of garments a prominent
dormitory had been fitted up to rep- I not know of its existence. times will be used by the classes. The place in this event.
the four seasons-spring, sum-
resent -0-- different chapters are based upon
mer, autumn, and winter. An experimental section of street, such subjects as "The College Purpose ASSORTMENTS ARE PLEASINGLY LARGE ASSURING
Each guest was directed to go for I,from Chase Hall to the canal connecting !," "College ,Friendships" "The EASY SELECTIONS. REGULAR PRICES GIVE PERFECT
refreshments to the room which rep- I lakes Osceola and Virginia, will I II Student and the Church," "Christian
resented the season of his birth. In ,I soon be paved with concrete. It is Chivalry," and many others which are VALUES! REDUCED PRICES ON THE SPEC-

these rooms the bewildered "freshies"I I I probable that another section will be vitally important to the college man IALS MAKE REAL BARGAIN'S. COME TO SEWING
were served dainty refreshments, consisting I I,paved with sand-oil. or woman. WEEK AND BENEFIT BY THE ADVANTAGES IT
of punch and wafers, by a -- -- OFFERS.
number of fair hostesses. The Y. M. C. A. will hold its first
During the evening novel games meeting next Tuesday, at which Dean
and amusements were enjoyed. The Enyart will address the members. City+ Hall And CourtHouse The New Fall Woollen Dress GoodsAnd

older students kept things moving all !Meetings are held weekly throughoutthe NotesIt
of the time so that there were no dull year and a list of prominent citizens -
moments for the newcomers. j and friends of the college has Silks HereThe
are
The reception was given in order ) been arranged, one of whom will is possible that Mayor Sperry

that the new students might become speak' at each of the meetings. It is will draft a "farmers' day" roclama. New PallVcaves and coloring are to' extremely attractive, i o practical that a glance at them
acquainted with the college crowd, expected that every man in the college lion, which day cornea on Friday, Oc I will reveal possibilities!! for unequalled home made apparel We have the newest kind that will in
and succeeded perfectly.The will join the organization thin loiter 8. The question of observing Mire the success of your Dressmaking.' An always, moderate prices rule.
rooms were beautifully dec year. "farmers' day" may come up nt the
orated for the occasion; the evening -U- Hoard of Trade meeting Monday MA. WOOL( COATING I'.STAM.KM : I. ALL ALilATKOSS WOOL FKKNCII:

wu delightfully cool after the heavy It 1*. Foley, manager nf the NewS night. Home program may he arranged ": :AND iiti.scii: : SHUCKS In pink+ sky, cardinal, navy, black
rain, end everybody was happy) over mlll)l@ hotel I, id expected to arrive for the rural people which will f In navy, black, brown, tIm, wine, and/ cream,
the successful completion of the first' In Winter l'ark''ome, time during the prove interesting ft.nbrln" t h"nto rYI't'1I l and cream' tttStir. Special Price, :39cIVr "
., 1.0ii., 91.23 $1.3U t) -
week's work of the college' year' owing week. the city. However, if the Hoard of i a ., SCOTCH TARTAN I'LAIDS

--v- - Trade does not tit} anything along this ALL WOOL'EI.OVn WHIP + 4''Ity o Large range, 5i> ., fiOc, 75r,, $1.00
OTIIEU NEWS ()to' COILKJE. U1T.. : W. Scott Way and family- have line the mayor will not draft A proc. COHD ', SHEPHRKD CHECKS;

AT UOLL1NS moved to their beautiful ph'eon the .lamatlon, for in that vase it would be Drown, green navy, copan, bej.gjpue IJ# h rye' ; Alt wool and part wool all sizes,
The physical 1 examination were tlaltland road. useless. black and cream, ;l, 35cn SOc. 63(., $1,00, 11.23:: 130.
completed yesterday afternoon and --0-- Special I I Price I $1.25ALL ;
1 Director Green reports that The theatre will be FRENCH AND HELGIAN
Physical Lyric reopenedthe Members of the churches who do WOOL FRENCH
the showing made by the students is 16th of the month, by N. Favor not regularly attend the Sabbath ItItOADCL1TlISGAlL11tD1NE
1 In fine tones of taupe hunter'sgreen
particularly good this year, and that -0- schools should make an extra effort In navy brown, .Negro, claret, Petunia, Tabac, Bel
the outlook for the year's gym workis A rOKll A DAY and be at the "rally day" exercises wine und back, gipue blue navy and black
fine Col. Hugh Reed purchased one of which are to be held in all the Orlando yard $1.50 $1.25 and $1.75
-oA the popular Ford touring cars yester- churches this morning. You owe
number of improvements are to : day afternoon from the Winter Park that much to the faithful teachers SPECIAL! During Sewing Week we will refund TEN
be made in the buildings at the col.
Garage, which handles Buick and and officers who are giving their time,
lege boat landing on Lake Virginia Ford machines. A Ford a day is nota strength and money to teach the chil- Cents on every dollar's worth of merchandise
soon. This work was to have been bad record for the sales department dren and young people the lessons
done during the summer months but of a garage to make, and that is just that shall save them for time and purchased. This applies on everythingin
owing to high water it
-0-- age for the past several days. Dry Goods and Accessories
The canoe club will meet Wednes- .
ALL NEXT WEEK-Three limes
day night for the purpose of discussing FOR RENT, OR SALE, CHEAP-Six free to every person each day calling
the program for the coming year. room cottage modern No. 303 East at our store. You don't have to New Silks
This club, which is one of the most Pine street. Call at No. 305 East buy anything. Orlando Seed & Pro-
popular in the college, was organizedlast Pine or Lord & Bradshaw. 10-3-Gtc duce Co., 206 S. Orange. 10-3-ltc
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year by Professor Palmer. During 11IIIfly ; 36-IXCH FAILLE FRAXCAIS in new shades of Delft Blue, Moss, Silver

the course of the year a number Navy and Black. Special Sale I'rice $1.25 ,
of pleasant trips were made. Some-
ORLANDO:
thing along the same line will prob- SKATING RINK -i : CHENEY SILKS with the extremely ly fashionable Egyptian designs,
ably be mapped out for the coming Special Price 75c.BELDIXGS ,
season. The officers of the club are:

Harold Hill, president; Miss Idabelle GUARANTEED 36-INCH TAFFETA, in a big range of ally
Edwards, vice-president; Clarence' October 56789"BABE" Price
the new Fall colorings, Special $1.50
Tilden, secretary-treasurer; C. A.I

Prange, commodore, and E. S.Palmer, C. J. BONNET ET CIE famous Black gros grain Silk, 36 inches,
vice commodore. Special Price $1.95
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The swimming classes will be or-
TARTAN PLAID SILKSIn
ganized Tuesday, under the direction
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of the physical director, Mr. Green. a magnificent range of the old fashioned Scotch effects______ Special Price $1.25
AU students will be given an exam- The SKATING BEAR
ination, and those who are unable to
make the required mark will be re-
ASSISTED BY
quired to enter one of the classes for, New Laces and Notions, Some Specially


instruction college in tennis swimming.The -0--season. will open SNUKUM, the Baby Bear, and BUM, the Dog Trimmings Priced

in the course of a week or two. The Charming and dainty designs that will delight Everything that you require to properly make
courts are being put in fine conditionand F ; i those of you who appreciate pretty laces and garments of all kinds will be found in elaborate
there will probably be a numberof trimmings. There's no question that you'll apassortments here. Regular prices on some items
interesting tournaments during the preciate these prices too. -special prices on others.

year. Bias Tape ________________________5c., lOe, 15c
Pearl Trimming ____________35c. to $1.25 yard
-0-- Babe Does Safety Pins__ _____________2 for 6e, 5c. and lOc
The Lakeside club held a short
Fish Scale Tnmmmg$1.00 to $9.50 yard Snaps _____________________________5c. and lOc
meeting Friday evening with a view
toward forming plans for the year.It Gold Trimming______________35c. to $6.50 yard Hooks and Eyes ____________________5c. and lOc

is the intention of the club to have 1 A Real Silver Trimming ......_.....3oc. to $5.00 yard Button Hole Tape, per yard _____15c., ISc. 20c .

every boy in Lakeside a member of Braid Trimming _____._________5c. to 65c. yard Snap Tape, yard __________________________15c
the club this year. ________
Sticker Braid, bolt 5c., lOc., 15c. 25c
Jet Trimming _______________lOc. to $7.50 yard :-
-0-- Slide Boned Beltings, all widths, yard ____._______20c
This evening the students of the ) Fur Trimming ______________35c.; to $2.50 yard Plain Belting, all widths, yard______________lOc

college will march in a body to the Gold Laces _____-__________50c. to $4.50 yard Cable Cord, all sizes, black and white.

This services is a at new the feature Methodist of the church.college for Life Silver Laces _________f___:_50e. to $4.00 yard Buttons fects. Our in all new the machine new gold can, silver produce and all acorn the new ef

life, as heretofore the students have Oriental Laces.______.______lOc. to $2.50 yard combination effects to match castume-Iet us
attended services separately. A different :
Calais Laces __________________15c. to C5c yard demonstrate to you.DicksonIves.
church will be visited each

Sunday evening.
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J. C. Vick will soon open her
millinery store in the Schultz block

which is rapidly nearing completion.She RINK Saturday and Monday NightHe uOr1a\do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.
will carry an up to date and attractive
stock of the latest and most skates with his Clothes on Fire

creations of the milliner's
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Thanhouser. "The Six Cent Loaf."
A drama in two parts, featuring
SOCIAL CALENDAR SOCIETY NOTESOF Florence LaBadie.
1 II' Monday, October. INTEREST. Thanhouser. "The Stolen Jewel."
The Monday Night Bridge Club will Mrs. M. G. Empie, who will be Falstaff Comedy. "His Guardian's
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hold its regular weekly meeting.Ladies' "
Auto featuring Marguerite Snow.
Aid Society of the Baptist pleasantly remembered by scores of Four good reels Mutual movies. Allen's"N
church will meet in the church par- friends in Orlando as Miss Myrtle Tuesday-Keystone day.
lors at 3:30 o'clock. Kurd passed through Orlando yes- Five cents to all.
The Young People's Forum of the
aI Methodist church will hold monthly terday afternoon from Michigan en

debate at 7:30 p. m., in the Leagueroom. route to Tampa where Mr. Empie is LOANSIf N

manager of the Western Union Tele-
Tuesday October 5. graph office. you wish to buy, build or repair
The Concord Park Ladies' Aid Society)
your house, we are making some city
will meet with Mrs. Brooks on Mrs. J. W. Gettier and daughter,
Amelia avenue. loans. A. B. Cook & Co.. Orlando.
.Miss returned yesterday af- (')
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The Methodist Sewing Circle will hold l-10-12tc
its regular meeting in the after- ternoon to Orlando from Indianapolis CHARMING INDEED
noon. Ind., where they have been visiting are the rings, pins? La Vallieres. Bracelets Earrings on view here.
Wednesday. October 6_ I and friends. INGLENOOK CAKE AND They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
relatives
The Twentieth Century Club will be novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modem
entertained by Mrs. J. Magruder,I Mrs. N. P. Yowell and children CANDY PARLOR taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
on North Orange avenue. I who spent several weeks with relatives of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
Thursday October 7. Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches the quality of the jewelry warrants.
The Orlando Gun Club will hold its I and friends in Fort Thomas Ky., etc.
regular weekly shoot at the Coun- returned home yesterday afternoon. Orders taken for parties. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
try Club grounds. n
I Located in rear of Branch's BookStore

D. A. R. IN FIRST Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nuckolls have Arcade [b 01:1- cI

OF WINTER SEASON.The I returned from a visit to their old

Orlando Chapter of the Daughters -'home in Bristol, Tenn. Many friendsare .

of the American Revolution met pleased to see them back again

yesterday at the home of the regent and to know that the trip proved very t TIlE TIME TO PAINT

Mrs. A. L. Forde in the first sessionof beneficial to Mr. Nuckolls. GRANDTOMORROW f." is right now. Don't let things go

the winter season. A very large J Go to Sabbath school today. Presi- r > until the house, barn, fence or floor
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attendance was in evidence. .dent Woodrow Wilson and many of begins to look shabby. A little of our
r
The resignation of Miss Mable the U. S. senators and judges of the ready to use paint will put your home

O'Xeaas secretary was accepted U. S. supreme court are regular at- E in fine trim and save you the cost of a

owing to Miss O'Neal's duties at Rol tendants at the Sabbath schools of 1 i 1 much bigger paint bill later on.

$425.00 lins College, and Mrs. S. Frank Phillips Washington.Mr. 1[

I of Pine Castle was appointed in J. A. Cranford president of
her stead. This constituted the main
Naval Stores
the Operators' company Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
portion of the business session, although Jacksonville spent yesterday in Orlando I J

Model 25 Buick just plans were informally discussed ;he guests of Messrs.. J. P. "THE HAUNTED HOUSE OF $p1 205 S. Orange Avenue

for the approaching year Musselwhite and B. Drew who are
Phone 261
WILD ISLE"A
which gives promise of being a note- COLEMAN & KHAN
about good as new. connected with the company.
I worthy one. : Pine Castle was represented in Or- Kalem special feature complete -

Newly painted Two very scholarly papers were lando yesterday by the following pop- in two acts featuring
new
read. At each meeting of the chap- ular and prominent citizens: Mrs. S.

ter carefully prepared papers form a Frank Phillips, Mrs. Mary Turney ANNA NILSSON and HARRY
tires all round. One program of interest. The papers are
Miss Ollie Hansel, Miss Mamie CAREY HANDFUNERAL
and based research and MILLARDE
literary upon
Matchett, and Dr. S. W. Reed. I

extra tire. study. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwiler
Mrs. A. R. Bogue read a highly interesting -
winter residents of Orlando -
prominent DIRECTORAND
paper on The Legislative 'THE VANISHING VAULT'
are expected to return today to
Work of Washingtojv&8ams:
ferson; Whil ir s. Thomas Phillips their pretty home on West street A Vitagraph Comedy, featuring EMBALMER\ \
1e n\ Pennsylvania where they have
presented a' paper of unusual inter- sp\nt.the summer. BILLY QUIRK andCONSTANCE ...... I
est on Mrs. Abigail Adams.
The next meeting of the chapter'; Mr. Jas. E. Reid and daughter,Miss' TALMADGE'
All calls answered Promptly Dayor
will be held at Mrs. Laubach's resi- Ada, popular winter residents of OrLmdo -

( dence, Saturday November 6. I arrived last evening from Night. Hand Block.
-0-- r Spring Lake, N. J., where they have "HEARST SELIG NEWS

MISS CIIAPISIANHAD / spent the summer, and are again occupying -

INTERESTING TRIP.Vviiss / their home on Gunby avenue PICTORIAL" Orlando Florida.PHONE .
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Julia K. Cha -(" assistant After an all summer sojourn in Portraying all the important i

city H t ngant fcvfthe A. C. L-, who Tocca Falls GJU, Mrs. C. V. Rowland 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

$100.00One has recently returned from a three reached the city yesterday afternoonand events of the day.

months trip through the Western, reports her outing as having been

States and a portion of northwest one of the most pleasant that she has

Canada, comes back to Orlando witha ever spent in the grandest place in 5 cents 10 cents .. Mill till Mill ill II11 IMit M I i I i 11
Cylinder Cadillac keener sense of what warfare meansto the universe.Mr. rI.

a country. She states that Canadais J. B. Redditt, of Fort Christ-

Truck. suffering from the war. mas, one of the leading stockmen of I.I.I.I. .

"There is depression at every citywe I. eastern Orange and a worthy mem- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R, O'NEAL ;
visited," said Miss Chapman, "and ber of the board of public instruction, .

here and there we saw Canadian soldiers was among the business transactors :

encamped as high as 10,000 soldiers visiting the county capital yesterday. Press MakinaI .

at once place. It was pitiableto He was accompanied by Mrs. Redditt .

see the young boys who had been who spent the day shopping and : :

recruited and were awaiting orders to greeting friends.
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go to the front. Go to Sabbath school today. Scoresof : .
She also stated that Austrians I
many -
and millionaire
the great bankers
and Germans were in detention These business men of New York, Boston I Mrs. BurnettFashionable CURTIS & O'NEAL
being closely guarded.
camps :Philadelphia, and all the large cities I .
Austrians and Germans in cases
many !of the country may be found regu- :
of the
had destroyed growing fields of grain larly in the Sabbath schools of the Dressmaker Insurance Loans Real Estate ; :
other '
and committed depredationswhich
communities in which they reside. Yowell-Duckworth Co., has
$350.00 forced their arrest. Every-

where business conditions seemed to opened her parlors on the 4th Rentals
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
be depressed and in many of the Can-
floor and invites the public and .
adian stores souvenirs, trinkets, and
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5 Passenger 1912 even staples had been marked to a SALE-One cylinder Reo car in especiall y her friends to call. I.I' .
new tires $50; parlor organ .
low figure, as was needed so i:
money piano case $50; a lot of window :
Studebaker. Newly badly. frames cheap; ice box $4; piano -
With the possible exception of stools 75c. Tracy's Carpenter Shop,
Seattle American cities seemed to be 18 East church. 10-3-6t =

painted and rebuilt. enjoying a fine degree of prosperityand 4th Floor YowellDuckworth =
FOR SALE Windmill, with 50 foot = ESTABLISHED 1881
had not suffered from the war. tower 12 foot fan and syphon =

r Some of the cities visited in Canadawere pump; one three horse power electric Bldg.Orlando =
Vancouver Banff and Winnipeg.Miss motor and pump. Come quick and
get a bargain. F. Joseph Raehn.
Chapman was accompanied on Orlando. 10-3-lt
her recent trip by Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. MMiMIMMMMilMMMMtMtMiMMMMfilMtllllMHand's

:Mathews who are now in the Northland ONION SETS-All kinds; crop short ..
will return to Orlando the mid- stock limited; prices limited; get -
yours now prices will advance. Or-
dle of this month. .
lando Seed & Produce Co. 206 South ..
- Orange. Phone 166. 10-3-3tc
CAMP FIRE GIRLS I

ORGANIZE FOR RENT-Apartment of 5 rooms
Camp Cherokee of the Camp Fire sleeping porch: bath and cold storage -
furnished or unfurnished by
;
Girls was organized Saturday after-
season or year; location..Inquire
noon at the home of Miss Hilda Grif- at 100 North :Main or call phone 125.1036tc ,
r fin. The guardian will be Miss Eliza .

Wright. The charter members are

Misses Agnes Musselwhite, Ellen NOTICEOf

Fuller, Myrtle: Flornoy, Elizabeth Application for Tax Deed Under Pure Ice CreamMade
II WPhillips Russell, and IIilda Griffin. Miss Ful- Section 8 of Chapter 4S88,
ler was elected secretary; Miss Grif- .1 Laws of Florida

fin, treasurer; )Musselwhite, ser-
is given that G. Wood
Notice hereby
geant-at-arms; and Miss Flornoy, I Burden of Orlando, Fla., purchaserof
standard bearer. Appropriate Indian tax certificate No. 196 dated the
names and symbols were selected for 5th day of June, A. D. 1911, has filed In Orlando
each member and camp fire work was said certificate in my office and has
made application for tax deed to issuein
discussed. Miss Griffin and Miss accordance with law. Said certifi-
Musselwhite served iced tea sand- cate embraces the following described

wiches, cake, and candy. property, situated in Orange county
The will meet next Saturdaywith Florida to-wit: Northwest quarterof
& camp southwest quarter (less 1 a. squarein
the guardian at her home on northwest corner),section 10, town- Phone 566-666
Rock lake to make khaki skirts to ship 22 south range 29 east. The -
said land being assessed at the date
be worn with middy blouses, on a hike
of the issuance of such certificate in
the following Saturday. Lessons in the name of W. E. Martin.
Sons swimming will' also be enjoyed. Unless said certificate shall' be redeemed
This is the second Camp Fire or- according to law tax deedwill
ganization in Orlando the guardianof issue thereon on the 4th day of
November, A. D. 1915.
the other being Miss Kate Switzer. Witness my official signature and
The work is most interesting and a seal this the 3rd day of October, A. D.

useful education for the girls in home 1915.Seal.
B. M. ROBINSON.
craft, wood craft, health craft, nature )
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange
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>> POOR FOUNDATION CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARYALLIANCE Aside to See; or, When God Opensthe I GERMAN EVANGELIC LUTHERAN

What do you I II We have lived here several years 22 West Pine Street Special Door."music. Don't miss the pop- CHURCH Fire Insurance ,.

and can truthfully say that we find Oct. 3, 1915. "Sunday school day"at !ular Sunday evening service.B. Services Sunday, October 3, at 1:30p. -
hope for in a 1 living here quite enjoyable. But we the regular hour, 2:30 p. m. This 9'. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; m. ,at Seventh Day Adventist build-
have noticed that in this land of sun- being an hour when all lovers of Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. ing on West Central avenue. All COOK & BAAS, Agents

varnish ? I shine, flowers, and sand, it is hard to Bible study can assemble without Mid-week prayer meeting and con- Lutherans are invited. Christ

get enough foundation under a house. neglecting any other school, you are ference, Wednesday evening. W. Trapp, pastor. Building
Even with continuous walls well' laid, invited to come and bring the chil- Ladies' Aid. Society will meet in thechurch --- \
the houses have a tendency to settle, dren with you, remembering that we parlors, 3:30Ionday- -- -- after-
7 i I and do settle more or less, causing are interdenominational and non-sec- I noon. MMM( M- .

I ugly looking cracks to appear in walls tarian, only desiring to know God's If you have no church home herewe

1.311 O s I that have been hard finished, kalso- will concerning us as recorded in His want you to come and worship
mined or flat coated. Word. with us-it's the "stranger's Sabbath
LR0T4R7sffEg I I Question: What shall we do withithem At 3:30 p. m., preaching by Elder home." SaleOF

? L. D. Burdick, who has kindly con- -- Big
'I If we fill the cracks with lime putty sented to supply until we can get a

I| plaster of paris, plaster, or any regular pastor. Come and hear him. Specials for Satur-

i like substance, and re-coat the walls Prayer and praise meeting each
I|these cracks will still show through Thursday at 7:30 p. m. day and Monday

I(the new coating. Something should Wm. L. Coryell, superintendent of -
When you buy varnish for your be done as they, the cracks, make Sunday school.
floors hope that it will improvethe 16
you pounds granulated Sugar for $1.00
appearance of those floors and I great places in which insects and vermin -- -
that it will be durable. i of different kinds hide and nest. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Fancy Patent Flour-
12 pound sacks _____________45c
Unfortunately much that is sold for |It would seem that there should be Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., GroceriesSee
floor varnish won't realize that hope i| some way of overcoming the above pastor. 24 pound sacks -____________90c
for you.Lawson's. I conditions.The The services of the day will beginat :Kinghan Hams and Bacon, lb. __ISc
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas Brooms for 25c., 3oc., 45c. and 50c
walls of the house in which we 9:43 a. m. with the big "rally day"for
wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is
a
easily applied because it works easily. It live are badly cracked and they area the Sunday school, and all mem- California Peaches, Pears, Apri-
is scratch unequalled rhite.for It durability dries absolutely and will dust-not constant eyesore to us, and we bers and friends of the school and cots and Plums, per can __20c Bills for PricesWE

free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets should like to do something for them. church are heartily invited and urgedto Fancy Head Rice, per pound ___6c .

As for economy. Lustro has a covering Can any one give us any suggestions? : be present and take a hand in Apple and Guava Jelly, per glass lOc
capacity that is wonderful. MR. X-. I "making things go." A very interest- Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ______23c;;

Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor (Note:-When the above letter was I ing program will be rendered (begin- Tall Pink Salmon, per can _____lOc GIVE
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsaU received regarding poor foundationsand ning at 9:45)) by the primary and 3 cans Soup for --_____________23c; SAVINGS CHECKS

factory.Made by Valentine & Co. the effect they had upon unsightly junior departments. The church and 7 packages, 5c. size Washing .. t
Powder for ___ __
I walls referred the writerto school forward ---------- 23c;
etc., we are looking to a big
Manufacturers of 8 bars Lenox for __________ Our
a Mr. Y., who told Mr. X. what day and the public is most cordially Soap 25c Grocery CompanyTwo
i //ALSPAR and he had done to solve the trouble. Mr. invited to attend all services. S. Feed, Meal and Grits, 9 lbs for 25c : :

V AL.EN A\tEL\ 'X. was BO pleased with Mr. Y.'s suggestions Worship in the auditorium at 11a. Honest Weights and Measures Phones: 3 and 200 tl
'I that he has asked us to publish m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin
1 the letters for the benefit of his charge.At 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.

friends.) the morning hour the Lord's Cash Grocery Co.
All to be had at *
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Supper will be impressively!!!' observed
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT WHAT WE DID FOtt CRACKED Subject for the evening, "Turning Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. IMMIIMMIand

STOKE WALLS --- - __--_ __-n--____ _- __ -- -- __ ____..
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. -
We have read with much interest
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Mr XV query, "What h"nI do
with our wall?" and aa we have i
FOR SALE
passed through the same ordeal and I
have ut'eefttly! ol\ed l the problemwe
Chas a 30 hnii mater' CMt tn
.e wish to tell him and! ether what
bloc
-high speed, 1 long pirek* type-
half we did stroke ) mcho", bait r*.t*>Jiu 1?<
5 acres, quarter mile from city, As Mr X, says, !it t i ii a hard! matterto inches
in bearing budded orange and
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get sufficient foundation under a .
-has 1JJ inch wh..I1aa ***,
.500.
grapefruit
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house here without building a contin*
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young room for 7 rallencere to rile in
uous tight wall, and that will shut
bearing grove; email house. $2,000 comfort without the lightest crowding.has .
out ventilation and cause floor joists
10 dose in 8 acres extra good .,'
acres ; and sills to rot. divided dri. seat and folding
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking seats in tonneau that completely dia.
land. $600.00. The walls of our house were terri- appear into the rK..... in the floor
bly cracked. Ants, roaches, spiders, when not in use.
CO acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small
etc., would hide and nest in these ....
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-has wider and cnshk.
grove; 4-room house; good barn ._ deeper
cracks and conditions got to be un
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 bearable. We had seen others exper- I -has upholster) of the finest grade of
<0 acres, 15 acres fenced, small genuine hand--buff.d straight grain
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iment with filling the cracks with various leather,
house, garage and outbuildings.The parallel tufting.
substances and recoating and -
land corners on large spring -has a mirror-He finish put on with
the results unsatisfactory.Mrs. .
were very 25 color and varnish operations-more
lake. Very cheap, $1,500.
Y. suggested that we try wall than cars that cost triple its price.
40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out,
paper, so we went wall paper hunt- this is the
$1,000. has 34 x 4 Goodrich tires,with Safety
ing. We found a wall paper companyon Treads on rear wheels.
Orange avenue and told them our
City and Country troubles. One of the members of the greatly simplified oiling system

firm told us we were on the right of gear-driven.pump.
Property At War kind thathas
tack, advised us to fill the cracks with car adjustable ::

Time PricesCALL plaster of paris, paste, or putty, and ball-bearing < collar.
proceeded to show us their lines of
-has easy-acting, tight-gripping 13 1r 2
wall papers. And talk about wall inch brakes--equalized can stop car ina
OR PHONE papers! They have them! It is not $1050 b in the few feet

E. C. YoungRoom our business to write an advertise- uys -has 9-leaf 51-inch, three-quarter, elliptic
ment for this company, but we lookedat nnderslung springs
10, McNeill & Davis Block. wall papers until our eyes ached.

Phone 569. They said they had just received H H: Write for catalog that illustrates '
10,000 rolls of new and up to the min- Fifty: all the improvements that have
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been made in the 1916 car and ,
ute designs, and showed us paper
shows of
pictures the entire line.
MisdirectedEconomy galore.
Well, to make a long story short,
we made our selections, they delivered 6j fl' Other Model

them, told' us of a good paperhanger four-Cylinder Model

and we had it put on; and SIX and Price
we want to tell it is entirely'
Trying to save n few cents by say you Touring Car,7-pattenfer e $885
satisfactory. There (is not a crack tobe RoAdtUr, 3-B.u.nf er . e 850
having your work handled by inferior seen, the walls and ceilings are Landae-Read.ter,3-paae.ng.r; 1185
hands.
artistic, and 1 it will be papered walls Commercial Cart
Do wonder that enthusiastic? for
Your personal influence is you we are $1050 aS'jc
from for . .
now on ours. Car
Delivery $875
greatly enhanced when you are The Orlando Paint anti Wall Paper like this-for a big, roomy, handsome and stylish, Open Es press Car- e . 880

clad in immaculate linen. Company's store I I" nt No. 205 South 122.inch. 7-passenger, 50 horse power SIX is the Station Wagon . e. era

Orange nventic, anti they can surely most remarkable value ever offered by any manufacturer. Six-Cylinder Model t

OrlandoS"team U\ you out with wall paper. and Price
Think of it! 10,000 rolls" of new designs But come to see the car No doubt you have seen the Touring Car, 7.p..*...... . 81050Roaditer.
other the market. You know what 3-paiienf. . .1000
from which to select'e' as. new cars on they .

Laundry sure Mr. X. if he will do as we did have to offer at their reduced prices. Now come and Coup Landau-Roaditer, .. .pa aa.ng.r., 3-paiienger. .1850 13 SO

FRENCH DRY CLEANERS he will be entirely satisfied. see how Studebaker has been able to reduce prices and UaailUU"" 7.paa..nger . 2250

LAUNDERERS MR. Y-. yet give even higher quality than ever before. f. O. B. Detroit

PHONE 88 .I

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H.R.BERRY I'KKSIIYTEKIAN: CHURCH -'t7 'b't' r

Interesting rally day exercises will ,
be held in the Presbyterian Sabbath .
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school this morning. The exerciseswill : i
A complete line of Ford Accessories
I take on somewhat the nature of

:a patriotic occasion. Miss Hope Star-
; n staff of expert mechanics
buck and the other members! of the
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to render satisfaction in all .committee have decorated the. rooms O w'e R .
ee.
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lines of Automobile Repair I most tastefully and quite etalooratel)..
Special songs and imitations will be

\\'ork'ul'nul&tult, Oil null added to the regular exercises! and a ,
rally day program will l-e observed\! a jr
tiwtlltie! nnd' fair nUll square The "'tll".tllIl111I. j.e' sent to the p -

prices! ilniml 1 tif Home Mls-wmi! and SalbathHclimil f +
Work.
Itev. I lA, Newell of l.thLurat, i

will preach At l Roth morning anti even-
For Nine Yenrs''a tog servit'ea.I :Ml** OllchrUt tiII Flog

at the morning I service.
have been In business nt the --0--

same location, Corner of South ST. LUKK'S! CATHEDRAL.

The Very Rev. II. R. Uemsen, dean. .
Main and Church Streets Eighteenth: Sunday after Trinity.The .

Phone 226 Holy Communion, 730 a, m. I New Cars just arrived. Come in and see them.

Sunday school and morning prayerat

The 9:45.Holy Communion and sermon, THE SAN JUAN GARAGE COMPANYOrlando
Orlando' Leading Repair Shop
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and Garage I I i Evening prayer and address, 730. Distributors Daytonan

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,, until they are accomplished your chances will be gone. Many of the

jI purchasers of lots in Colonial Hills could have doubled their money

m t !:41 since November. They chose to wait, because they realize the great

future of Colonial Hills property.

iII s Colonial Hills subdivision is but nine months old. No other subdivision -

4 "r P in Orlando has ever had such a wonderful growth. No other

;- Aksubdivision ever made quite the hit with the public that the beautiful
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HOME OF MR. \V. A. KIXGSLEY The evidence of your e3es. How much is it worh to
of Indian' River, Mich.HOME you when you read that a certain section is the most attractive HOME OF MR. L. C. TOWSE"DBuilder
of the Methodist
and
Baptist
and most favored spot in central Florida, and Churches
that it has the greatest future of any exclusive residence
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section in the city, when you read that numerous housesare

going up, that the streets have been laid out, that

sidewalks have been built. When you read this your inclination ..
is to make allowances for enthusiasm and f-:.. ., ''. "' !"",
printer's ink and other elements of advertising.But '. ". 'J 1 1a.o ....

when you actually see all these things with your
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AUTOIXG FROM MICHIGAN TO SQUIRREL SEASON OPENS TO- SHIPPED HOGS TO HIS STOCK KUROPATKIN ONCE DISGRACED, Brigadier General Geo. W. Goethals Mrs. Mary A. Cox
ORLANDOMr. DAY AND MANY WILL FARM IN LAKE NOW IN FAVOR who is now In tins country will send
HUNT the in his resignation from the Canal Particularly emphasizes youth- t
Mr. W. T. Jamieson popularand
and Mrs. Jira Skinner of 115 accommodating agent of the London, Oct. 1.-General Alexei Zone September 25th, to go into effect 'r1 Lingeriethe
in November. General Goethals
East Amelia avenue are just in receipt Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 1. -By the Southern Express company in Orlando Kuropatkin has beei appointed chiefof ColRLANDO- -.
he thinks seven in the
says years ,
of a letter from their son, Mr. provisions of the so-called Gornto yesterday shipped to his stock the Russian grenadier corps, according Zone is quite long enough.
Frank Skinner who has been spend- game law which was passed by the farm in Lake county near Leesburg to a Reuter dispatch from
ing the summer in Norwich N. Y., in I last legislature, abolishing the state I fifteen pedigreed Orange county hogs. Petrograd.
which he stated that Mr. and Mrs. game warden department and declaring Mr. Jamieson intends to make anoth- Read t'he Morning Sentinel ror the
II. E. Bradley passed through that ownership of game with the I er shipment some time soon and in I--- news. lOc. a week delivered.

place on Friday in a Ford car en county and not with the state, it will all will send about one hundred hogs I' ,- -
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route to Orlando. ,I be possible to hunt squirrels tomor- to his farm.
They had been to Michigan and row and dozens of local sportsmenare

were on their way back to Orlando today contemplating taking to the Guests registering at the San Juan Your Price
I Mea Inc.
outfit with Yancey
had a tent and camping woods. hotel yesterday included Wm. J. Lee
them and were traveling by easy The Gornto act opens the season for W. M. Coble J. H. Monty Chas. E. FULLY
stages and greatly enjoying the trip. squirrel hunting about fifty days be- Hillyer W. J. Middlekauff, Jackson-
Mr. Skinner also wrote his parents fore it opened under the law just re ville; Albert :Meyer Macon; E. H. T. A. YANCEY Jr.JORLANDO. gr,

that his part of the Empire State hada pealed. Instead of waiting until and the Jordan, I. C. Michels, Atlanta; W. P. 10-Room House, Lot 180x200, FLORIDA
freeze that night. opening of the season for quail Wilkinson, W. O. Dummock, New
The Mr. and Mrs. Bradley mentioned other birds, which is November 20, it York Edwin Strothem Cincinnati; i faces on three streets, 2 blocks Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

above are from Bridgeport. is possible to spend a day or whenever so in the Mrs. ;V. McRane, Pensacola; Jos. J.I from center of City, east side. Florida and Western Meats
Conn., and made the trip last season :woods; in quest of squirrels Skelly, New Haven.
from.that place to Orlando in their :the desire prompts the sportsman af- For Sale at YOUR PRICE. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables Game Etc.
auto. Mr. Bradley is prominently :ter today. I I
real estate business Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
identified with the
Best and Promptest
in the Nutmeg State. RINK PROFIT WILL BE USED ] PHONES /Business 135 P. O. BOX a'a6
\Residence 133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.
FOR UNIFORMSThe Auto LiveryService j
FOUND HIS POTATOES SAFE OX I CARL DANN ,

SIDE OF ROADA races held at the skating rink
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last night under the management
few days since while our partic- the high school football association .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111 1111111111111111111'THE
ular friend, W. M. Hansel of Pine were well attended and the receipts 5-PASSENGER
Castle was en route to Orlando a registered more than $47 clear profit,
sack of perfectly good sweet potatoes which will be used to purchase uniforms -' : PERFECT CLOSET 1
.which he was bringing in for for the members of the team. BUICK CAR
some of the merchants slipped from The ladies' candle race was won by I
the wagon and the loss was not discovered Miss Sophia Lockhart, who received a
until he reached the city. On Martha Washington .
of
box
large at time : American Water Closets have been installed by us
back over the route travelled The wheelbarrowrace We call anywhere any
going the prize. '
found candy as < in this town four ;years ago at that time we guaran-
brick highway :Mr. Hansel I McCracken and
the had discovered was captured by : t- teed them for five years against any defects or mechanism \
in passing
that some the potatoes one and had carefully Lobean. GonLn's d Transfer Co, ., : . getting out of order. We could as well have
road. : guaranteed them for 25 :years as there has never been
them alongside the. 4
placed The average woman knows the ins 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 a call for any repairs since their installation and there
and outs of flirtation. She first drawsa &"2 never will be any. The Closet is simply perfect. The
WINTER GARDEN-OAKLAND man out then she pulls him in. I HAULING OF ALL KINDS tank contains nothing but air which answers as an

BRICK ROAD OPENED ---- -- -- -- ---- :. air cushion, thus making the Closet noiseless and at
------ -- the same time preventing any water hammer in pipes
The brick road between here and and r which is very annoying all through the house. Where
. Oakland was opened Saturday water is being measured through a meter it will save
has been much enjoyed by those own- ORLANDO ROOFING t the price of itself in a short time as it is impossible for
of this
ing cars. The principal street ." it to leak or run water only when you operate it. Water
town is paved from one end to the ANL ;. k closets have been a great source of annoyance to the
other and Main street is paved Plumbing trade even more so than to the public, andI
through the business portion.Win SHEET METAL CO. feel satisfied that a great many of my friends will

ter Garden Times. agree with me on that point but the American has

solved the problem. Come and see it at our show

FRCIT SOLD AT SATISFACTORYPRICE Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, _. rooms and get our prices and guarantee.

B.: T. Boyd has sold his crop of and Rubber Roofings
fruit on the trees at a very satisfac-
tory price. Mr.: Boyd usually raises Cornices Skylights.Heating.. Ventilating, &!<>taCellingsWorks I F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING CO. I
very nice fruit and has no trouble in

selling it at a fair price. As far as I .. ORLANDO CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS.
we know it is the only sale that has : 14 E. Church St. -

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NAm LUMBER WANTSThe ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW : Worthington Blackmail 1

ATTOR. EY.AT.LAW

Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617
Directory it the Greatest Want
.J ORLANDC Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Terms Cuh. in Adranee. worth Building.

Cement, Apatite Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day _-________-_25t DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Three Days ________.._.50c
For Six Days ________-_____75c Victor Starbuck
For One Month ____:: _______$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
25 words or less. If the ad con Phone 72
I tains more than 25 words the rate
'''' will be one cent per word for Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-
., :." each additional word, for each insertion. Davis & McNeill Block
I .,. ) No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland. Fla
If ypu can't bring your ad to
i it the office telephone No. 24. Accounts F. A.
opened by telephone will be PEPPERCORN.
payable the following day.
BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
t I Every Home-Every Business .
Every Man has use for a Phone 37
.;. iri4r Sentinel Want Ad. R. RAY WHITE


J 1l rV r ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS

y' n" fir FOIl SALE Room 44
& SALLAS
I FOR SALE-One-horse Magruder Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
wagon, little used. Will sell for 208 Boone Street
I$25. Thoman Route 1, Box 12.
10.1.3t.< Phone 597.

,
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
condition. Write Box 567.
L. Percival
Hutton
9-23-tfc ,DR. N. L. BRYAN

1 FOR SALE-Abbott-Detroit touringcar 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
; first class condition; $375 if DENTIST
taken right away. Let us show it to ARCHITECT
you. Box 93, Orlando, Fla. 9-2'J-Gt Phone 716
McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; Rooms 2 and 3Yowell.Duckworth-
has 7 rooms and bath 2 sleeping Florida.
porches heating plant; is modern Bldg
1I throughout. Smaller 7 room house, Member F. A. A.
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East !
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo

I I FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER Dr. F. F. Thompson
I Furnished 14 room house, on brick SURVEYING
street, arranged for light houcekecp-
ing. Splendid location: large lot. Plating and Sub-Dividing Dentist
Mary Sunshine Delights In Keeping House Term 1t.11J.3mo.Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.

PROMPT AND ACCURATE
for Housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable
115 SOUTH ORANGE
work by Gas the Modern Fuel. How is break. SIX ACRES five in grove mile from WORK
tro ble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary delightful a city limits on Conway brick road.
fas prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Mary Good six room house. including bath. HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
a. tbe brings in the wonderful coffee and fluffy muffljs fresh from the Gas Range! $4,000. Thoman, R.I. Box 12.
9.26.6tc

She has learned to profit by this wonderful household help-Gas FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract -Engineer

She knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then one quarter mile from city limits; 47 Watkins Bldg.", Orlando, Fla
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
the Gas Water Heater how quickly it does warm a bath. poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. .
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeoing. la your housework 6-9-tf Phone 72

a drudgery or a pleasure? ..
FOR RENT

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Gas Department FOR RENT-A good ten room house Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDEU

with modern conveniences, central.ly OPTOMETRIST
..I located; just the thing for boarding and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO. . FLORIDA
house; located in a prosperous
I. and growing town; business room on wTC FIT GLASSES. GRIND LEN81
. ground floor 22-60. Apply to W. L. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OJ'DP.ADmG
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Garden, Fla. 9.30ticFOR
111111111111111111111 Story, Winter ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL

RENT-House on Lucerne Cir
cle furnished or unfurnished, by
the season, month or year, with gar
L L age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply ARCADEMILK McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE FOR to RENT-Nicely J. F. Watkins.furnished 9-21-lmoc roomsat FOB

306 East Church street; cheap
FLORIDAAll rate to permanent parties; no children Caruthers Flowers
taken. 9-17-tfc

FOR RENT-By the season, month, Leave your orders here
or year, one upstairs flat for light DEPOT

the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit housekeeping garage, electric; also lights other and rooms bath, and in .Violet Dell
house. Apply 300 East Concord ave. OClS
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest 9-10-tfc s

A s WANTED : BUTTER MILK J. M. CARUTHERS
prices :: :: :: ::
L : WANTED-First class shop man; Fresh Every Day. Phone 609. 408 South Lake 8C
must be a jam-up cabinet maker 5e. per glass
and finisher. Oscar Hand & Son.
I 102.3tc 25c. per gallon

The rainy season is the best time to set I
: The Mayer Candy Kitchen, 134 S. CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep ,, compete avenue line of, offers home to made the public candies a BUTTER PHONE ITS

one year's growth in advance ot trees set :, and tory pure from ice pure cream cream made furnished in our by fac the Fresh Homemade West jefferson Street

next fall. : Aubrey Smith dairy. It is the purpose SANDWICIIES Successor to
I of the new management to offer
I to the public the best to be had in -
: their line. Courteous treatment will Hand Wood CompanyWood
f | be extended to our patrons at all

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest I times. THE We MAYER CANDY patronage.CO. ARCADE MilK DEPOT of All Kinds

prices, to the above address l-10-2-2tc Dy 51.51.-has Hobson. PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE
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YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP
PRICE
I stalled an outside service depart.
. . . . ... . .. . .... . . ... .. . GEO{ BANSCHBAGH
.. .. . . . . ment and is prepared to give you
_. ._ . . . . . . . .... ._______ T TW ,----------------.--------- prompt attention. We have a competent -
man who will fit keys repair Cabinet Maker
your trunk, or do anything-in the repair Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB line. He is ready to go at your -
Located in the Arcade Building call now. Just phone 304.
9-12-lmoe Doors, Screens, Porch Swings,
All work guaranteed and neat Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
FOR SALEWill ly done. Our work is the best When in need of a veterinary call Folding Card Tables, Cedar
and our prices are the lowest. on Dr. A. F*. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedestals -
This is the place to have your (t.D-28-ltno. 1 etc. Also Repair Work.

*M clothes made new. New crop 0,101let.. just arrived, All Work Guaranteed Detter Known &IJa"., the Plsmbes"
Suit ?*ubbed and pressed..75c. tleftnuda, Danvers and Silver Skin.
offer for sale for few
a days
Suit dry cleaned, pressed..COc. Full line garden field and flower -
eda. Dean, the Seed' and Drug Man, -
the property corner Orange Avenue Suit pressed .............40c. prep*? City Drug $tore. l<9-23: .lmoe 12 );. Church St. Phone 447NUItSKHY
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand -

Jackson and Boone Streets, known as pressed ............50e LAWN MOWER Orlando", liicyele andRepair Inti"r"lrO.1 : THEE8-V1" h Ua, I'Mr.lIln If AM OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
at : :
Mohair suits pressd.25c.. u.8! .lmoePRESTON'S llrown, and. tangerine; rough
Shop
the Wo do ladies' work Rise Give 'lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from
skating rink property, for $26,000 --- -. ItaPMtnirer(" Hammock Nursery for pate ON WEST PINJ5 STREET, JUST
trial and bo convlnc rI.ANTa-r.arUau te
d.
u* A
W. Yvauehula,
cheap by Henry Hmlth
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year Clothe l called for and delivered field mate) and:SRe.j S Flat! eggplant Dutch cabbage, 35c.j: plants Wnke. Fla., Route :2. ".:::J.1moc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.T .

Phone 613. 5e. 100, delivered Cav
per
postpaid.
and interest at six per cent. endish and Preston' dry Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by _
r land.banana plants, 10c, to.:gSe. '1I ci.; S. I). Lee twice a day from Spring
Fred M. Preston t'lne"Itte, Florida. Lake Dairy. Phone orders to ;J, U.
Phone
915dAw.tfeTYPEWRITERS Magruder number 553.8.1.9.304moc 204
HfROTIRfsl. '
and Cash Registers
C. A. HOVEY repaired; keys fitted; locks re. SLAUGHTER SALE I
paired; anything in the repair line is A. B. Cook & Co.
our line. Just phone 304 Young'1IRepair Buy walt cheap for the
your
Front $6.75Rear at once.Shop and our man 9-12-lmoe will call next new few fall days.stock.baking Finlay'a room Pioneer for our Christ Building, Orlando.

Store Court street. Phone 67.
$8.25 BUYERS AND SELLERSI 9-6-tfc.
buy, sell, rent and exchange real INVESTMENTS, LOANS
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Umbrella *covered and repaired
JACKSON AND over 30 years. Have handled over STOCKS AND
Try a Sentinel Want Ad GOODEN 20000000. Call and see me. "while you wait. ax Young's Repair
ORANGE AVENUE 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESJJ'ulnber.




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LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. IIMIIMillllilllillllMIM II-II III I I 11111111'11. 11111I111 IMIIIIIHIllltiiV. '

,
II. P. Landon returned yester-
day from a business and pleasure trip

of two weeks to Jacksonville.Mr. ":. -'r.. ., ". "
-- S. J. Sligh the well known hor- {

Travel 1 in Panama ticulturist in Tampa and with farmer Mrs.is Sligh.spending today :: ;; ;.' 'r( '' -: v

and everywhere on American territory, is simpffc.d by "A. .A.tt RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one ; '
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are hour 12 miles Jot 30c. 8-28-tfc :
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would :
Mrs. S. L.
Johnson
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare went up to San- ;: ;
..U.identiFy IIIl. We recommend them to all who travel for ford yesterday morning to spend the START
business or pleasure. Sabbath with relatives and friends. t's' --

The State Bank of Orlando Mr. L. W. Barlow, Miss Ethel Bar- .t ..**3 .:
low and Miss Tanner left yesterdayfor
St. Petersburg where they will "

spend a week. THIS MONTWRIGUI ,.. T
Melba peach sauce sundae at Mayer:; :
Candy Kitchen lOc. l-10-2-2tc .
Mr. Walker D. Reid the popular
orange man, has returned to Orlando
from a three weeks visit, to Mrs. Reidin

r Parrish Fla. Deposit all the \ : ". ..,
1 Mr. II. J. Pemberton, sales managerfor money. ..: : ::

Chase & Company Jacksonville you receive: pay for ev- :X.. "
spent yesterday in this section look. ./. .. '
ing over the situation. ''
erything by check. Set .. ,
Deposit your Savings:: Checks and "r
"'
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for aside definite : .
you. 8-12-tf a amount. .: ..

Mr. R. S. Davies a former popular for the future: Bank 'r ) ,, -.
resident of this city, but now makinghis
home in Macon Ga., spent yesterday with us. '-f'Jl> .
.
in Orlando on business.J. ." ;. F
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'tf ,,;
: It F. Brady left this afternoon for : I eThe
Bushnell 111., on business connected "
with the Modern Woodmen of Amer-

ica fraternity.Ride ,It
Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
t tt-18-tf Peoples National Bank"It
Mr. John B. Tuggle, the Southern

representative of the Virginia Paper Is A Pleasure To Serve You"tlMIMM
company, of Richmond, spent yesterday -
in Orlando calling on the trade.
".'
{
Among the best known of the winter I Young men should go to Sabbath Mr. W. II. Robertson returned to .. ", '. ,
\ residents returning yesterday afternoon 'school today. It is a manly thing to Orlando yesterday afternoon from a .
: from Greenville S. C.. were 'do. The most hopeless and helpless business trip of several weeks to :Milwaukee ".
'
d Mr. and Mra.Geo. T. Barr and family. coward in the world is the moral Wis., and other points in the
They are occupying their pretty home :coward who is afraid to do what he Northwest.How .
;' on Lake Dot, Concord Park. Many ,knows to be right, because he fears much did you savs last monthin ,
friends are glad to see them back : the opinions of his immoral asso. cash or Savings Checks'! 8-12-tf

( again. / :ciates. Mrs. E. G. Gowdy and children. . MMtMMMIMM ."MmiMiMMIIMItlMIMtlMMIIIIimiHI ,

". Go to Sabbath school today. Un- Mr. C. L. Stokeley one of Mount Earl and Virginia arrived in Orlando
' questionably the Sabbath school is the ,Dora's successful truckers and horticulturists last evening from New Haven Conn., 'll'JL. ..'I " " t .JI'IIIII't"'I'LIIIIII""III"1.111..1..11..1.111'
1 greatest influence for good in the spent yesterday in Orlando and will spend the season with Mrs.
world that has ever grown up within looking after business matters. He M. Gowdy at the Windermere.Mrs. .
the boundaries of the Christian was accompanied by his niece Miss J. :M. Caruthers and sons,
1; church. "The church of tomorrow Pauline Stokeley an attractive young Masters Robert and Randolph, re.
walks in the boys and girls of to- lady of Elizabeth City N. C., who is turend home last night from Spring
day." I visiting relatives in South Florida. Lake.- N. J.. where they. have been visiting -

Y = Merry friends.Widow at :Mayer: Candy OAKLAND ROADSTER
Kitchen lOc. l-10-2-2tc

:Mr. F. A. Heininger one of the

11 left popular last night salesmen to spend in Our a well'Grocery earned j : Top, Windshield, good running condition.

vacation of two weeks at his home in

s Plymouth.How $150 cash takes it.
much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf

Mr. J. M. Layman was among the
r popular traveling men spending yes-
terday in Orlando. Mr. Layman is on
the road for the Brown Shoe company -

JUST RECEIVED CAR of St. Louis. j : San Juan Garage Company jj
Get your next shave at the Stand- :
LOAD OF ard. 18-21-tf :
Mrs. B. K. Duke and daughter Miss s .
Winifred Browi, returned to the city : Orlando Daytona .
Touring Cars last evening from Oconomowoc Michigan -
where they have been since last ..
May. i

$482.00 DeliveredF. Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 3-12-tl
Mr. Herman A. Regnor and sons I
G. RUSH Adolph of Gotha were among the .
popular residents from west Orange I tin . itillMiiMMtttMMMMJ IMMlMM+9D' H 4r
32 East Church Street Phone 226 looking after business matters at the .
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county capital yesterday.Ride :111111111111111111111111. .11111111111.11111.11.1111111111. .1111.1111. .llllC't+t+Ii
Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

1818tfMr.. D. McKay left yesterday afternoon i Who Will Be Your Executor?

over the Atlantic Coast Line /
for Memphis, Tenn., where he will
spend the next ten days transacting ANSWER NO. 2 _V
business. i be materially impaired as a T ,
Your estate may
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Banana splits at Mayer Candy direct result of the appointment of an executor
VIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIIJIIIIIIIIIII Kitchen, 15c. MO-2-2tc tor trustee. J.
I Mr. J. R. Davis, left yesterday morn- ..
When an individual is appointed .
.I ing over the Atlantic Coast Line fora P' s .
., tour of the East Coast in the inter- The financial responsibility is generally weaker. p .p

.. est of the Curry-Smith Cigar com It is usually provided in wills that the person
.. pany. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused p ,J : 9_; e
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. from giving bonds. i ,

La Valliers 18-21-tf When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense r
:\lrs.1.. Gardner and ,
daughter of the estate and then only partial secu ; .
:Miss :Mary who have been spendingthe
.. past week in Orlando visiting relatives rity against loss is provided. V' _V , l

Solid gold la vallieres with chain, set with small, gen- : and friends returned to their When a Trust Company is selected- z
home in Sanford yesterday. The positive advantage of strong financial re-
uine diamonds and real in number of artistic
pearls
a :
; is secured.A .
Fresh bread, coffee cakes, pies, anda sponsibility
design Marked specially low at $8.00. As quantity is : trial.full line We of aim fancy to please.cakes. Phone Give us or-a bond which has behind it the entire financial -

limited it would be well for to make early selection. : ders promptly attended to. Phone strength of the Institution is always filed with '' {
you No. 52. Carl Jansen's Bakery (suc- the Probate Court a* nn -.t to the estate. !t'
Chas. RockJ. l-10-2-2tc
cessor to '
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .; ?
Mr. and :Mrs.: John C. Jones and k ,ss 4
of this newspaper. s
daughters, Misses Anna and Francis, '.
.. and son, Master John C. Jr., returnedto CV '
Orlando yesterday afternoon from ; I Come in any time and freely ask for further =rV i
: Brevard N. C., where they have spent information on this vitally important subject. .
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a most delightful summer.A ', '< You are always welcome, and our offices are al- f.>

T. H. EVANS j full line of fresh home made ways glad to advise.

.o candies at Mayer Candy Kitchen. I :

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