Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00527
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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 6, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00527
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Entente Diplomats May I I DEMANDS ON ARABIC CASt;





Figures of Cost In Improvement Hullding, Permits for
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + UNIT1ST.'r1S:) ; OF HIS October
Made Totalled $3,801 I I -
+ ALLIED. :. TKOOI'S() LAND IN + I INTEGRITY: Opening, With n Hush- '

+ London, Oct. :5.-Queen Sophiaof I To War Loan QUALIFICATION
+ Greece, a sister of the German + I The county school board met in :Meisra.: Bradley, Kennison and I

emperor, with 70,000 of the regular session yesterday but so Constitutionalists Rider,property owners on East Wash. i
Says Had
+ allies' troops has already landedin '! heavy was the business transacted ington street, appeared before the Closed ANARTIllERYWTHEWEST

+ Greek territory, despite pro- + that the meeting will be continued to- Nothing to Do With Raids city council yesterday with a proposition -

test. + day. All members of the board were on American to have that street paved with
The Greek situation created by + present with the exception of W. M. clay or Interlachen gravel, and stated New York, Oct. 5.-Morgan & Co. Fierce Fighting Brings About a

+ Venizelos' resignation is critical + Edwards, of Zellwood, who is in the TerritoryVera that they had a proposition from the announced tonight that the half bil. Deadlock, Neither Side

f in the extreme. + East. Chairman Jas. A. Knox, who contractor to lay the said material lion dollar war loan to the allies has

+ The support of Venizelos was + just returned from the West, pre Cruz, Oct. 5.-The formal reply 15 feet wide, 6 inches deep, from the been completed. Claiming Any
sided. A number of of Carranza to Secretary Lansing's Xo figures regarding the huge re. AdvancesWashngiton
+ necessary to secure the active + transportation center of East street to Thornton
+ co-operation of Greece. + problems came up for discussion and note last Saturday in referenceto street at a total cost of $1,300, and ported over-subscription have been

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + settlement. Other business held the the border troubles near Matamo- asked the city to pay half of the cost given out, however, and this fact led Oct. 5.-The most critical -

attention of the board throughout the -ras was transmitted to Washington and the property owners the other to a belief that the margin upon issues between the United States

GREEK PREMIER RESIGNS day.In today. half. After discussion Commissioner which the underwriters' books closed and Germany were amicably settled

London, Oct. 5.-Premier Venezelos the afternoon the local school The reply disavows the alleged in- Robertson moved that the petition be amounted to no more than $5,000,000 today when the German government,

of Greece resigned, according to a board appeared and submitted its report -,.cursions on American territory by granted, providing that upon investi- or $10,000,000.The 'through Ambassador Bernstorff, disavowed -

news agency dispatch received here of local conditions, making several constitutionalist soldiers of the Mat- gation the city finds it can do the remaining steps to the war the act of her submarine com

this evening King Constantine having recommendations, etc. At to amoras garrison and assures ther.ited work for less money, the city will do loan flotation have been signed and mander who sank the Arabic on Au-

informed him that he was unableto day's session the county board will \,; States that orders will be issued the paving and the petitioners the agreement between the loan com gust 19, and offered an indemnity for
support the policy of his ministry. take action upon the various recom for the summary punishment of half of the cost. Motion was carried. missioners and the American underwriters the two American lives lost on that

mendations submitted.The any :Mexican: soldiers or civilians Commissioner Robertson which will take place tomor- occasion.

Bulgaria Is Ready local school board report was found to have been guilty of sniping.A mended that a storm sewer be recom-con- row or Thursday, will be followed by Formal assurances were given also

Berlin, via wireless Oct. 5.-All somewhat lengthy. The total enroll- full investigation is promised in structed from Garland to :Macey: ,from the issuance of a prospectus to the that the orders under which the com-

doubts as to the intention of Bulgariawere ment in Orlando schools is 812, proportioned the incident of the alleged killing of Macey to Irvine, to connect with the public and the delivery of the en- manders of German submarines are

set at rest today by the impor- as follows: High school, two privates of the United States present 15 inch storm sewer. He was graved bonds to American bankers. now operating are so strict that there

tant statement made by Premier Rad- 131; grammar schools, 631. In the army September 23 near Brownsville, authorized to construct this The bonds will be listed on the can be no recurrence of similar inci-

oslavoff and published in the Lokal new school building there are 337: pupils which was the direct cause of the de This will relieve water conditions sewer.in stock exchange without the usual fee dents.

Anzeiger. and in the old school building, partment's note. that section.On of one-eighth of one per cent. and will This was an acceptance by Ger-

Bulgaria rejects any pretext that 324. The colored school has 354 pu- The first chief here assures the motion by Mayor Sperry the be sold to the public at 98. many without any qualification of the

her mobilization is made for the defense pils with a probability that 50 addi- United States of his desire to preserve city clerk was authorized to purchase demands of the United States and

of her neutrality. tional and promote the friendliest relations DEATH OF :MRS.: JULIA GRIFFIN
pupils may enter. meet this for the city $3,000 worth of Orlando opens a way to a satisfactory settle
"Bulgaria will extend her frontiers congestion several propositions were between Mexico and the 5[ per cent street improvement bonds, ment of all points in the controversy

towards the northwest and south," submitted. United States. to be paid ior from the sinking fund Miss Josephine Drane left for Orlando between the two governments. The

the prime minister is quoted as say- Repairs and improvement costs All of the personal effects of Car- provided uf meet such bond issue. today, where she goes to assume next question to be taken up is the

ing, and later he added: "The situation were submitted. The figures show ranza were boxed today and the executive - her duties as a member of the disposition of the' Lusitania case. It

of the country and cabinet makesa that the local school board has expended offices have been stripped of Chief of Police Smith captured Acuity of the Cathedral School. was announced today that diplomatic

search for pretexts unnecessary." the money wisely and saved all furnishings.The Ralph Stewart, 23 years old, at a Lakeland Telegram.The negotiations in this case will soon be
Furthermore it is definitely stated the taxpayers many hundreds of dollars first chief will probably sail for boarding house on Garland street wide circle of friends and ac- 'resumed.

that tioumania has come to an agree- by their judiciousness. The improvement Tampico tomorrow or Thursday. quaintances in Orlando and through- r' n".1.1.. n .n lI .....
vesterdav. Stewart is in iail
ment with the central and P- ----------------.0--chnrrrpr! ."-._ .-___ _# T'L_,"_ ___'" .u__ I "J
powers figures for three buildings OUt mis section 01 nuriua win learn =
with the theft of I
a bicycle belongingto London, Oct. 5. Fighting in the
will remain neutral. Even Greece, in follow: The Ivey building, $374; the BARACA-PIIILATIIEA BUSINESS: G. Worthley, of Concord Park. with sorrow of the passing away of Artois and
Champagne sections has
E i the opinion of the Bulgarian premier, colored school, $750; and the Orlando :MEETING: AND SOCIALThe Stewart sold the bicycle. Mrs. Julia Griffin, at the residence of I again developed into a fierce artilleryduel

will not oppose the offensive of the high school building, $2,680; a total I her daughter, :Mrs.: D. J. Bell, at New with the hostile
central powers against Servia.adoslavofl"s Baracas and Philatheas of the armies grippingin
of 3804. Smyrna, which occurred at an early
Officer Tom Collins, the efficient a deadlock which is aweinspiringfor
.,. statement was made The board also reported that the Baptist church held an enjoyable bus- colored policeman the side hour yesterday morning. Age 66.
on west the effectiveness with which
%f>delegates from the Stambouloff and business course at the high school had iness meeting and social last night. unaided six :Mrs.: Griffin is survived by eight the
captured "skin"
game opposing armies are holding their respective -
Chenadieff parties. an enrollment of 40 students, and that The annual election of officers of the gamblers. Four were brought to the children, namely: S. S. Griffin, of

The newspapers generally express four typewriters costing $50 each, or Baraca class was held and the follow- mayor's court and fined. Two escaped Orlando; Chas. W., J. J., and J. C. Official positions. from
the belief that Bulgaria will not answer one-half price, had been installedtwo ing officers installed; A. S. Kivett. but will be Griffin, of Kissimmee; C. E. and W. reports today Paris
captured and barren
heavilyfor of
pay are any claim of advances
the Russian ultimatum which Remingtons and two Under- president; T. M. Coppedge, vice-presi this action. A. Griffin of New Smyrna; ; :Mrs.: II.
made while Berlin
expired this evening and that today woods. The board recommended thatF. dent; Stephen Heffield, secretary; M. Nolle: of Titusville, and Mrs. I' mentions only one
will mark the severance of relations be Louis Weeks, treasurer; Lloyd S. I'success, the recapture of a section of
J. Stanley appointed as teacherof Franklin Sheen, of West Palm Beach. j
Building permits for October have I la trench which
the French took
between Russia and Bulgaria. It is the business department. Another Tenny, teacher, and Mr. Swain, re i All of the children were present at yes-
fast, four having been issued
gone terday northwest of Givenchy.
expected that the ambassadors of oth- recommendation was that tennis and porter.At I for $6,000--two residences and two her bedside when death came. Four

er entente powers will also leave Sofia basket ball courts be installed at the the conclusion of the business small For sisters and one brother also survivethe
repairs. September sev- ASSOCIATED CHARITIESThe
immediately. southwest corner of the high school meetings a joint social was held, with enteen permits were issued involving deceased, being :Mrs.: J. L. Sun-

R Cotton n-; for Move property. the PhilatLeas as hostesses. Light 17365. day, of Pine Castle; Mrs. D. J. Bell Orlando Associated Charities
refreshments were served, and several and Mrs. S. Ross, of New Smyrna;
held a brief session at the San Juan
London, Oct. 5.-Germany must
COUNTRY CLUB BOARD OF GOVERNORS hours were spent in social enjoy :Mrs.: Frank Johnson, of Palatka, and
C. Baker
have cotton for domestic consumptionand Capt. Orange county'sefficient hotel yesterday afternoon. The meeting -
HOLD SESSION ment. Mr. John Carpenter of Colquitt, Ga.
for the manufacture of ammuni- agricultural agent, left yesterday was very well attended. Hereafter
The board of governors of the Coun- The funeral will be conducted in
morning over the Atlantic Miss Corinne Robinson, 9 Lib-
tion. As the American market has
Judf-e J. :M.: Cheney, who has been
try Club held a brief session Kissimmee this morning. Mrs. Grif-
yesterday Coast Line for Gainesville to attend street will be in of the
been denied her by the British fleet, enjoying the salubrious climate of erty charge I
passed several applications fin of sterling character -
upon was a woman
the citrus seminar. local work. Her
number is
it is said on the best of authority that telephone
Xorth Carolina in and around
for membership and considered faithful mother and friend. The
rou- a
she now plans a drive through hostile 424, and between 9 and 12 o'clock she
tine business. was among the home folks returning family have the sympathy of their
Serbia, friendly Bulgaria and Turkey, yesterday afternoon. :Mrs.: Cecil Ware, a negro, is held by friends in this bereavement. I may be found at her residence. In

and thence to Egypt, where a big cot- Representatives of the Apopka Cheney, who was also visiting in that Sheriff Gordon for criminal court of the afternoons she will give her timeto
ton crop is to be harvested. record on the charge of desertion. The i the work around the city. The
Winter Park, Pine Castle, and Orlando state, stopped over in Atlanta, Ga., to HEAVY RAIN MAY HAVE DONE
committees their
week.STRIKE charge was preferred by his wife. gave reports at yes
spend a
[.. More of that 50c. library edition. boards of trade :yesterday signedthe DAMAGEIt ::\ terday's session and a number of
Good reading. New books in stock. articles of incorporation for the
be- relief
ascertain needing
impossible to cases were reported.
Curtis & O'Neal, music store. Orange County Board of Trade.MudCaked .
TIES UP PLANTFighting WHIPPLE IS NEW MAYOR fore going to press this morning

whether any severe damage was :Mrs.: T. E. F. Hoskins and daughters -

Uniforms Cause Of caused by the heavy rain of last Misses Helen and Frances, who

for Eight Hour Day, Of Winter Garden-Exciting I night. It is possible that the county I have been spending several weeks at
I roads suffered and that there was a ,Hendersonville, X. C., enjoying life
General Electric Co.'s Municipal Election Held .
Higher Mortality In Armies washout of bricks and storm sewers in the mountain regions, returned
Employes Go on in West Orange throughout the city. home yesterday afternoon.

Strike YesterdayIn

The New York Medical' Journal, in and shrapnel. Wounds from rifle bullets -

a recent issue, ascribes to trench are comparatively rare, and when Schenectady, X. Y., Oct. 5.-Virtually one of the most exciting municipal New Prussian List Alone Shows

fighting the reason back of Premier they do occur the body is so shelter the entire plant of the General I elections ever held W. P. Whipple

Asqufth's statement that the death by the trenches that it is generally Electric company was tied up todayas I yesterday was elected mayor of Winter Casualties Of I
rate among the wounded in the pres- the head which is hit, and the prota- a result of the strike for an eight Heavy
Garden. His vote 17. S. T.
ent war is 24 per cent., whereas in bility of fatal results is consequentlymuch J hour day, which began yesterday.Two was
1 the Crimean war it was but 22 per greater. hundred pattern makers walked Willis ran second with 14 votes, and
Amsterdam via London, Oct. 5.- figures.
tj cent., calling attention to the fact "The nature of the out this morning. Quiet prevailed W. S. Bell and A. P. Swaidmark came
that in the commoner The Prussian casualty lists Xo. 3.30 "The lists from Xo. 300 to Xo. 309
Crimean war the sanitary I wounds, due to shell and shrapnel, through the city.BASEBALL. -ext. The vote was considered heavy
conditions to Xo. 339, covering the period from announced 49,705 casualties; the lists
were appalling, as againstthe favors infection, and in
highly spite of early and the interest was intense becauseof Sept. 17 to Sept. 28 give the names from No. 310 to No. 319 contained
developed medical organi- dressings the
zations and hospital germs are carried far RESULTS the number of candidates for the of 63,468 men killed, wounded and 53, 396 names; the lists from Xo. 320
stations in this into\he tissues and
suppuration is various offices.M. missing, according to the Nieuwe to Xo. 329 gave 58,445 names, and .
war."The inevitable. Trench war can never be National League C. Britt and C. A. Roberts were Rotterdamsche Courant of Rotterdam.The the remaining lists as above.
explanation the Xew aseptic. The uniforms of the Xew York-Boston
says .
York Medical Journal men are rain.PhiladelphiaBrooklyn the successful candidates for alder Courant says that these figures "Besides the Prussian lists there
"of the present I caked with mud, which in highh-
high mortality is that cultivated rain. men, and II. D. Berry was elected increase the total Prussian casualtiesto have been published 224 Bavarian, .
the struggleon districts always Others
contains dangerous not scheduled. clerk and Smith 199 Saxon Wurtemberg, 49 naval
the west has assessor. for treasurer 1916148. ,
form of trench entirely taken the |i micro-organisms, so th.it any American League won an easy victory. Mr. Willis "How the severity cf the fighting!and 4 lists of Prussian officers and

most of the injuries fighting in which I wound, however slight, becorres in. Xew York-Boston, rain.WashingtonPhiladelphia. was a candidate for re-election as recently has increased continues the non-commissioned officers in Turkish e
are due to shell !fected." p
| rain. mayor. [paper, "is indicated by the following I service."

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that the kind of man we need HAAS.
THE DAILY lie promptly is joined the Country Cluband IA, Poem For The Day |I''

Florida SentinelMORNING the Board of Trade and had not Agents, will attend to your fire insurance .
South .
promptly. Christ building.I I
been in the city more than three TODAY) I 1-9-17-lmoc I

_. a:. r.LkNN ....AND... ..WEEKLY.. . .......EaiUt da's. There are many thousand of SaletI
w C. KS"| (;TUS. .H..in u .'.....r. other men in the world like this man (The following |mem ha* appearo Big
6nttedI 'M p..1..1nMt Orlando-, llorind To find them is the secret of Orlan. in ne\VF|>npeiin evertparr of the
Io!.. sa .,, (' ... Mall Matter. du'a future. world where Kntli.'h! i!s !spoken| anc The Cathedral SchoolOrlando'
haft \Ice, credited to various! authors I

hallf. I Tar SUBSCRIPTION.............KATtJt........... M.oo 1 Don't go to sleep on the job because !- lhe Literary Digest! how j gives "th '\
Dally 1 Maths ......... t,tobally. you happen to be a member o credit to the poet to whom the credit
I Month. '.11 and to onneeting bt'lotJ-LJoultla Malloch.l) OFGroceries
the Hoard of Trade go Select Hoarding and DayNrhool
Daily, t Month .... ...... ., .feNeellr
. 1 rK'-.. .'.-.-.-.-. ... ... ... .. 11.1)0 a month and pay for your little State, t this Vuitt.l l I" full of trouble" for October iirls Hh( IJIIS
ten dollar Ol1ret'nl' a mem' I' t ain't cold It ain't.l'e l th't'ttr open! ,
ALL BCBWCMIFTHIMI PAtAMLN IN/ vrshlp card. There are too many ntlilat Lord? had ennutth t\h' thtil'letcim Primary, Intermediate\ !! and Academic
AbVANCK kind\ of fHUen Hoit't be *"ltnilfled for rnmplitlnti tirade
1:111Mil': situ hut' to fret
nu me
TO AIIVfcMTIKN4l |1t'l'hUItt OlltUldo I has been I Skips' weep often ,tiny; Men Must U Art .:".\'utll1lJ'h'J U'ttl'
.-. I'YIIoI"lllIty n leader., Heath out your thorns ""' I'lttinl'lpf" have |.ft Die Culture and Iiometic pcicnle,
Ml f.M' f.l *.|l M., laahs tftd til in .al U Ik,.* ktM k"N.a.,1 arms with l bundled' of other real On the MMill)I'ut(. say', For Cltt.4I" u\1i address the Hector,
.* : 7"I ., iMlUlr rlaa, | p..i.II. the whom Or. Ain't it flue\ Untoy? '
W and grab men'
boosters liodrrirk I I'. { ,,\th, A. M.
dar k,l.'. e Mkiwaiimi' ) TM r.l I. castle.
M .k..e.. .lad far Rill.aa/nf 1a ri.t;..'lJ:! Ia.Aub..rlb.r. !I. I.i..an.hI. I. I undo hits .I'etaeen the &I'ei. t\'hat's Makin1: ; the trouble use" of last always \\tepin', Orlando, Flh, See Bills for Prices

Vhat'a the use of uhsuvs "e \\lil\'
dalriar. TIwI G+atia.l dtl.oa.tia.d FRUIT I INSPECTORS IN HEAD Thinkin1; of the paste
date.tou4 of! expiration.woofs Ib.othcrww orfic la ruing It will OBIb boatiauwi NESS FOR WORK inch must have his tribulation ; -
at tb. rular eubacriptwrat.**. Water with his wine When In A I WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
.uaUl.k....-.tie...- N to__top"-. ,u. .received.TU .' ., .. . 14 Tallahassee, Fla.-N. O. Penny, of Life Trouble, it 'ain't? I'no"-" {celebration had mine____on_ .. .. n - . _
Miami, II. D. Berry of Winter Garden But today id fine.:
WEDNESDAY. OCTOIIEK 6. 1913 and \\'. J. Edwards of Ocala
citrus fruit inspectors spent three (t's today that I am livin. Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Not a month afo,
MAXY WAYS TO days at the capital last week with lavin', losin', takin', givin',
ATTKACT INVESTORSWhat the state chemist for demonstraions, fAs time wills it so. best place to eat is at the Phones: 3 and 200

investors to Orlando? and in the application Yesterday a cloud of sorrow
brings insructions practice -
Fell across the way; Model. 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
A good question and one which maybe of the United States standardfor It may rain again tomorrow, .
answered in many ways. testing the maturity or immaturity It may rain-but say With all the machinery work-

1. The outward appearance has the of citrus fruits. The chemical test Ain't it fine today *
meal hours
| most to do with it. When one is used by the inspectors in their workis o ing right at regular ,, 11 tt 1111 i 111111 I II i ' ' ' '':

1 clean neat and smiling instinctively astranger's a very simple one and after their CROSSES FOR TilE BROTHERS ,it is possible for us to turn outa \
opinion is that some one is course of practice at the state laboratory -

} behind the soap and water some one became quite efficient in its application Dreden.-A Saxon veteran of the dinner or a supper every 30

( is pushing that motto of cleanliness is The inspectors left Fridayfor war of 1870-71, Capt. Paul Sievert seconds which is going some. '
Meat Market Inc.
A whose their respective sections to look Yancey
next to godliness. person enjoys the unique distinction of being ,
attractive and after the fruit shipments that have all All short orders served as
attire is becoming, up the father of five sons who have FULLY PAID UP
to the minute; whose face is beaming already begun to move from the state. been decorated with the iron cross for nature of order will
promptly as
with happiness and sunshine; whose ,The state chemist is preparing full I their bravery in the present war. T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.

general appearance is one of pride instructions with reference to the immature Four have also received the Saxon permit. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

and satisfaction the natural and only citrus fruit law and its application Albrecht Order and the fifth is proposed
the By serving the greater quan- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
supposition is that prosperity is in which will be given to for this decoration. I
immediate If this is public within the next two or three have
the proximity. tity of oysters we always Florida and Western Meats
true of an individual then it is true ofa days. Before the war is over the United .

city-true of Orlando. By looking I States, by way of furnishing them them fresh. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
clean and healthy an outsider from SIBERIAN PRISONERS SUFFER with war munitions, may be called onto Our regular 23c.: meals and
I Special' Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
some distant state or an adjoining I print paper money for some of the
foreign country realizes that Orlandois Zurich.-Dr. Rudolph Gaberthuel, a belligerent nations. Or would that bea 15c. specials are best for thosein I PHONES / 8".lnns' 'lap P. 0. BOX 6
\ Residence l3 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
peopled by a very high type oi Swiss engineer who recently returned violation of neutrality?-New York a hurry.

citizens. from an extensive trip through Asia World -

/I 2. Courtesy and personality comet has visited! \ many of the camps of the oSLAUGIITtlt .
close second. A man without a per German and Austrian prisoner in : SALE TheModel CafeFIELD'S - - - --- --

is shunned. There must be.omething Siberia, paid today:
''a distinctive about a person "The suffering! of these unfortu- Buy your wall paper cheap for the I
next few days. Making room for our
to draw and keep friend. Personal' hate are terrible. They are quarcrcd tnmtrwlc.. ...1..1. t'innnnr.. -
now rim.ijs u
magnetism U. cMcntlul if one Is to Ina In miserable barrack or old store,l Court utrce. Thone C7.Btfc. : GARDEN SEED !

leader of men Coupled(' with per army tent All of the camp are ._ I
.>otmllty one must ponncm courtesy, without sanitary arrangement. andthe _
I which U cloudy tilled to sympathy| prUoner receive only food of the!

klmlneM and fetieronHy.J Therefore l coarsest und pout-put kind and 'in 'in> New Crop Onion Sets Just

Orlando' U I no mean city 1.4'1\""" she utTielent quantities. Many of them $5.75STATE

(ptiKMeMeii in abundance! these vlrtui1 Ore practically' without clothing! und CHOCOLATE Arrrved
hot hey will perish when the Siberianwinter ;\
no entlal' to leadership among VANILLA
slater cltlea of Fair Florida. seta in. Hundreds of the prls.ner CAMPNear Come In to see us.0" arc famous for our High Quality
sick and the mortality TUTI FRUTI
3, Material things muat come next I are Seeds and Low Price
them is appalling as they leelve Jaeksontllh)
I among (
I Bank statement show financial\ prosperity GUAVA
I(' no medical care. In one camp
Itl no other mean can A per AND RETURN
cent of the German ; -
more than sixty per ICE: CREAMS.
which has had
ron comei to n city no
and Austrian noldier have died
bank failures where Ravings account VIA City Drug StoreJ.
mount Into the hundreds of thousands from wounds or dUeane.

of dollar, where money I II comparatively ( Atlantic Coast Line AUTO LUNCHESA ORLANDO FLA.
eaay to get and where money COTTON REPORT: ... SPECIALTYCLUll Prop. ,

I is. rapidly changing hand The quicker ,
Washington 1)I C.-The second Standard Railroad of tho South
the eaideithe
money' change* palm -
time This I I.*. an old rule and \II Inning report of the season, com- .........
piled from report of census t.Utt'aUrorrt'I'I"IIIIIt'l1l" HANDW1CH 23e.We U--
seldom IUt exception ilunttien*! hou ei
and agent through .VCCOUNT NATIONAL HIl'LE
with diVerMded\ line of good must' axet
n rI'he
Issued 10 MATCHES I
out the cotton belt, and at .
with the oilier attributes
take it hunt seat -
of n premier city. 111111" N, in yesterday, announced that !2: ,- 'I'IrkrtM Sold October :.1, 1, 5, 0, I OF CLHANLINHSS OF QUALITY
t of cotton
bale ,
lltiUae' Insldp! and owinlde! tiHI tIhiit Iollllw )00,00? of 7, I 12:!. in: it I MaVe Our Own lee! Cream, I'afluld '
round an half bale., of the trrowtlt OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
imtftimufp t !! of Itiime people\< \ \ slay With limit of OdolH-r :HOth. Delivered for All
1 Din:\ had been ginned prior to I'l"mt.tJr I and
.t'apn to''pon.ibls! for growth, A store FKB81I AND SALT MEATS\ :
| .:1'rhlli!\ continued with :1". 1.\trn"lnn limit to NovemberJUth
kept ,'I"nn nnd thronged by scarps ot Off..I"n.I Kept under the bet sanitary conditions.Everything .
secured deposit'ing
of the he by
t :'jl5i; ): hales, or :21 per cent may
I'tIII'I"' U n me enough& index of (lroi' satire crop, ginned! prior to Septem* ticket with Union Ticket screened away from the flie, and kept fresh

parity| \>.,r :5: last year, a.'JIii.tiKS:, \ bales, or \tjent, JnrkMmUUe. and payment and pure
-t, Organizations ('ountor a great 3.2 per cent, in IU12, and 3.U07.271 of fee of 50('. I Fire Insurance We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

deal, A hoard of trade or a chaml\ r ?,ales, or 22.3: per cent., in 1911. everything in the Meat Line

I of commerce must have numbers and Included in the ginnings were 32.G3 ,- -

quality. It must stand in the forefront : round bales compared with 3,391 For Information Call on HE. HUL.: Self & Co.

of every enterprise and must ast year 26,938 in 1013\ and 19,574 in W. WHITE, D. T. A. COOK & HAAS, Agents PINE STREET
be backed by kindred organizations PHONE NO. 80
912. W. U. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
deal largely with society Christ Duilding
which more Sea Island cotton included num.
than with commerce. Amusement tiered 19,094 bales compared with 13- Orlando I -.- r
for visitors must be in evidence, 25 last ,
97 bales to September year
where a stranger may seek recreation 0,570 in 1913, and 3.051: in 1912.DONEGAN SKATING: RINKLADIES'
such as theatres, parks libraries Engraved Stationery and

- and a country club with golf and BUYS THE GRAY-

tennis. STONKKissimmee. : ,
5. Churches and residences. An investor Invitations SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

while looking for business advantages Fla.-The Graystone AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

must have a place to educate otel, one of the best hostelries of Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

his children and for spiritual Central Florida, was purchased from because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent INSTRUCTORS.Open .

blessings! and refreshment he must II. W. Thurman by A. E. Donegan and deliver the goods in Orlando.

have churches. Orlando has beautiful' president of the Citizens' bank of QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
churches and commodious schools Kissimmee, and state senator. It .
where instruction is given by high will be taken over by a stock company PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.V. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. :

moral men and women. There is no as soon as such can be organized -
letter drawing card for Orlando than by Mr. Donegan. ,

her churches and her schools. Rrino ADMISSION 10 CENTS
< your children to Orlando and we will Guests registering at the San Juan THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

educate them and train them to be hotel yesterday included Wm. Ganer

noble men and women; they shall possess Pennsylvania; W. L. Smith, Georgia; .
the advantages of a good educational Geo. Cortlefge, C. II. Stanner S. :M.

system and become inspired C. P. Buren. R. C. McCall, Her CHALMERS AGENCYNew

under ministers teaching the Wolkl man Stark New York; W. J. McCar Bring YourPoultry
of God. thlih.au1.ee; Arthur Odlin

There are many other means of dia; G. M.: Beede, St. Petersburg: S. Chalmers 6-10-7 passenger will arrive about the
bringing; Investors to Orlando. N. Middle .Brooklyn; Dr. Jos. C. :Mer- problems to usVe claim to be able to help you

A new comer came to Orlando te- ritt, wife nnd maid, Walters Park 20th
Bourne, Hot Springs; J. A. solve them In the most economical way.
cently. What brought\ you away Pa.; II. and Welding. t
We do all kinds!!! of Repairing
down here? wag a question hurled at pruill: Gainesville. Insist i upon your merchant pending you Tampa
the man. lie said that tie had cruised
around Florida and had missed Orlahild Uown here In Taylor we don' Special for lien Feed, We will furnish It to him and

t,pause IIP went through here" in know there U a war raging in the!
the, nleht. Hut he finally\ ran into a woild We are going to have it "y- there In none bcttcn

land itrwn&ler In far away New Yerli j.Ptf@yftt\ )' fair and good read! AUTO WASHING\ STATION

who t"M him to forsake California I brolhetly I Lave prevailing" : and a \Mt:

'his' first t lave, and come to Ot Il\n.lo. roster to crow for our pFo perlty.Taylor .= The Produce Co.
The man came and! >olilC'nlhI' !I County Herald. fc Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Mid hat Orlando hit him rlirht! in the o W. S. DeWltt. Mer. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 417IMMMMMIMMMMMMMiMMIMMMMMMMIMMM .
eye. It beat anything. that he had When Secretary of State\ Lanainl ; PHONE .17i

ever eeen in the state barring none,, goes bass Ashing doe be carry grApe r

That 'ia the way for a nan to talk;; juice for bait?.New York World, !


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'*s Boise, Idaho.-Arrow Rock dam, 'i Detroit, Mich., Oct. -.-Owing to

just completed near Boise, by the the demand for the eight cylinder University of Florida will be
United States reclamation set-vice, King causing increased production of host to the women demonstration "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;
and dedicated here today, is 348.5 feet ,this product the King Motor Car com-
high, measured from the low pointsof pany has taken over the four story agents of the state October 12, 13,
the foundation to the top of its plant at 10-15 East Jefferson avenueIn and 14. It is not to be a pink tea affair -. : .

surmounting crest, and is Mid to be addition to their present factory at however. The home demonstration : ; ,. c). Unless Budded
1300 East; Jefferson. agents are going to school for .
the highest dam in the world. ri".. : r'
To anchor this structure, it was The building at 1300 East Jefferson three days The women will have opportunity I' r -
necessary i to blast through 01.5 feet avenue will be known aoc plant No. 1, to hear speakers of the experiment f from Bearing
of volcanic rock, down to solid I granite. 'I while the structure at 1015 East: Jef.fcrson station, and extension' ill- f e #? e ka
Approximately f C.00,000 I ( () yard of avenue will be called 'plant No. vision, staffs' and member of the faculty i$ t

concrete cnides l a largo quantity of I 2. The King! Motor Car company of the college of agriculture C trees of a known
trcl and rock were used in the lam'n mills nearly 70ooO pquara feet of floor K. :McQuarrie, state t agent, and :Mss

construction, the rout being! $5r.(fM),. space! with the acquisition of the new Agnes Ellen: Harris, state agent: fur
000, or I'J.ortO.OOO( ( under the original I building. women' and girls' club work have
entimate. Work was begun five year This plant was formerly occupiedby arranged a program which will U'lir k Quantity and

ago, a manufacturer who furnished particularly on the work of the county
Will Store Gallons of equipment for other automobile factories agents.In .
Watrr in Detroit. addition to the 'lectures, practical Quality of Production.O.W.-
Back of the clam the channel of the Speaking of the change ". A. Voll. demonstrations in the laboratories
Boise river is converted into a reservoir I brecht, vice-president and general and on the station and college farms
extending eighteen miles into the manager of the King Motor Cur com. will be conducted. The women will

mountains, with a storage capacity otSOonooooOOO pan says: be, given an opportunity to visit the { ,% .
( gallons, enough to "For name little time we have. been ctute'a bit educational plant and par- ,-
water 234,000 acres adjacent to Boise looking for more IIparc..e have ticularly to inspect the new dairy : :

and other towns, in what is known as been using several smaller plants outside barn which is the latest product of ____ __ Conner.
the Boise irrigation project. The installation of the factory but this was not scientific dairy equipment.

of the system cost the government -I conducive to efficiency. Our factory Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
$12,000,000, which is to he production manager, Mr. Garlent,was grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply! N'OW.
repaid l>y settlers in twenty years. anxious to get his departments closer
The water storage this year has saved :together. Under the new arrangements

the crops on 100,000() acres, the valueof manufacturing facilities are
which is estimated to be about .improved, and our increased production Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCJ.\I4A AHA

equal to the cost of the dam. :handled.plans" can be more adequately KIDNEYS BOTHER R REat NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really! constituted a real first-class

nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-
WOULD READ RILEY'S POEMS complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-
Washington, D. C.-The Panama leu meat and take a glass of
MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
canal probably will not again be Salti to flush out Xidne'lDrl -
opened to traffic prior to November 1, Washington, Oct.I..- Secretary I plenty water. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
according to cable advices to the war Lane today made the suggestion to < I tion. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

department.Earth school superintendents throughout the | Urio acid In meat excites the kidneys trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
slides from the east bank of country that one of James WhitcombRiley's they become overworked get sluggish, interested in the best result
; very you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Gold Hill, which began September 20, poems be read in each schoolon ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The
have continued steadily, despite ef. Thursday, October 7, the anniversary urine becomes cloudy; the bladder ia irritated I time and money to bring it into bearing.

forts to keep the canal open with of Mr. Riley's birth. In doingso two, and or you three may times be obliged during the to seek night.relief Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where

dredges.The the secretary called attention to When the kidneys clog you must help you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
blocking of the channel, the the fact that Mr.\ Riley and William them flush off the body's urinoua wasteor proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Dean Howells are the last two sur- you'll be a real sick: person shortly.At .
first serious interruption of traffic -
very :first you feel a dull misery in the kidney Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.
vivors of a generation of great lit-
since the opening of the canal more
region, you suffer from backache, Our trees will cost be fifteen
who American you more, may to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork
than a year ago, will result in hun- erary men were distinctly sick headache, dizziness, stomach pets
dreds of vessels being held up. and did much in poetry and proseto sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
reveal the characteristic beauty twinges when the weather is bad. flay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cent *in
Eat less meat, drink Iota of water;
SWALLOWED AN OPEN SAFETY and struggle of American life. also get from any pharmacist four ounces comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
PIN of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonfulin i
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Will WILL BUILD ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE a glass of water before breakfastfor
few days and will
a your kidneys
Parham swallowed
an open then act fine. This famous salts is made
pin Sunday morning. Mr. Schroedertook from the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
the child and its parents to the A handsome eight room residence combined with lithia, and has been used Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
hospital at Miami where an X-ray will be started for Dr. Henry C. lIan.i for generations to clean clogged kidneysand
stimulate them to normal activity,
examination showed the pin to be i chett by Contractor J. F. Ange to- also: to neutralize the acids in urine so
lodged in the windpipe. The hospitalwas morrow. Dr. Hanchett, who is a mu- it no longer is a source of irritation, ,Yo Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
not equipped with the necessary sician of note, will have a well thus ending bladder weakness.Jad .
instruments for it and Mr. in his Salts is inexpensive, cannot injure -
removing equipped studio new home
and Mrs. Parham left at once for which is to occupy the lot just east ; makes drink'a delightful which everyone effervescedlithiawater should G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, FloridaMIMMMMIIIMMM :

Atlanta, Ga., where it is hoped the of the Warlow residence on America take now and then to keep the kidneys
little one will be relieved without serious street. clean and active. Druggists here say
they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who I
results. The child is about one I
believe in overcoming kidney trouble *' " " " -.. ttlllilllli" " " "
old.-Fort Lauderdale
year Herald. I The want ad's the thing. while it is only trouble. j

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J !+ Fashions Cleverist Fancies REQUEST SAMPLES SENT ON .

j7 In Women's Autumn Sweaters. Pure Silk and Silk and Wool

Choose the tal.1
season \\lth confidence "
Suits now stocks are Our silks have the caste you Natural Blouse

at their best. owing to our great supply see in the best qualities. The Always confined above the

in waist line gives almost
i of ammunition and the
colorings are supberb,
You who know the twice the freedom in the
the way of new Derbies.If movements of the
pricings very reasonable. body, as
value of early choice, you will bring your 1 \ the old !antiquated warm
elastic insertion at
are wisely use
head here we'll guaran- waist.

of these October daysto tee to fit it becomingly 54 inches wide, sponged and t Solid-One-Piece Seat
have the Fall Outfit i No.old fashioned backsplit
shrunk in all the wanted shades
at a price you'll pay: $2 1 to annoy you. In fact

rin es's 7o1 ready for the first t, 1' ''I to $-1. $1.50. '. both seat and crotch are

cool snaps! which will STORM SERGE constructed

DISTINCTION IN 0* s come overnight. ft SOFT HAT TIME 1 trousers.Exactly like your

58 inches wide all wool in white
i The collection of Suits and Dresses is at its is now particularly, when its a bit too early for' 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
comes means less liability

choosing while stocks are so comprehensive: sercan be described by only one word, .distinguishSAX TOY GARBARDINE OCKINCHAI for buttons to pull off. But
R ft in a position
vice unhurried is only equalled by the assurance ed." The varying models assume a becoming 45 inches wide all wool, in all t.hnesrearteh" e eye can see

of abundantly good values. effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up. the new shades, a leader at $1.00 TRACE MAAK them, allowing natural
quick adjustment.



Large selection to choose
TilE NEWEST EFFECTS Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It"* 4 fromIM1MIISHMIMMMMMMIMMMMH '

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ELECTS OF. -- -- -- -

i The class of FICERS'19 held an organization -

meeting :yesterday afternoon for
Winter Park News the purpose of electing class officers, '"

i with the result that the following

:,popular members of the class will fill
v o'1'o
I the positions: Harold Hill, president; c f y
I Miss Verga West, vice-president;

Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe I,and Miss Miss Winifred Marian Hanchett Pierson,,treasurer.Mr. secretary. ,

Hill called the attention of the
Town And Rollins College II class to the sophomore-freshman reception -
IS HEREEverything
I which is to be held next Sat-

urday evening. The president also
WINTER PARK W. C. T. U. HOLDS WINTER PARK WILL SOON HAVE I brought to the attention of the class

ANNUAL ELECTION FIVE MILES SIDEWALKS a communication which he had received -
The Winter Park W. C. T. U. heldan The town council at its meeting from a printing firm relative To Make Your Fall Sew-

enthusiastic meeting yesterday afternoon Monday night voted in favor of put to furnishing the class with embossed ing a Pleasure and a Success Will

at the organization rooms on ting down almost a mile of new side- stationery, at an attractive rate. The Be Especially Featured During

East Park avenue. The meeting was walks, which brings the total of walks matter was left open for future ac

called to order by the president, Mrs.J. for the present year to the amazing tion. The class will meet each Tues-
. A. Trovillion, at 3:30 o'clock, and figure of nearly five miles. This resolution day.
the members at once proceeded to the was introduced by Councilman

annual election of officers.As Henkel, who also introduced a motion SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE

a result of the balloting the en- that all walks at the intersections of YESTERDAYDr.

tire official board was re-elected for streets which have not been already R. C. Weidler, state secretaryof

the coming year. The list of officers paved and those which are to be pavedin the Florida Sunday School Association Many Items are UnderpricedWhat

for this chapter as it now stands is the future should be connected. held a series of meetings in

as follows: Mrs. J. A. Trovillion, The $8,000 contract with the Southern Winter Park yesterday for the
pur- better way could you spend your time than in planning Fall dresses or re-modelling Sum-
president; Mrs. C. E. Enlow, first Clay Manufacturing company for pose of improving the work of the mer garments to meet the new season's style requirements? And couldn't the children's wardrobebe
vice-president; Mrs. C. E. Coffin, sec- brick paving was signed by the coun- Sunday schools. freshened too.Professional.

ond vice-president; Mrs. A. Hunter, cil, after which considerable routine Three meetings were held, the
secretary; Mrs. C. H. Ward, treasurer business was attended to. The next morning and afternoon sessions beingin dressmakers and those of you who make your own clothes or supervise their making
will find this Sewing Week most important and interesting. It presents the new Fall fabrics and
; Mrs. R. L. Betts, superintendentof meeting of council will be held Octo- the Congregational church, while
"mothers' day," and Mrs. May ber 14, at which time bids on the con- the evening meeting was held with Dress accessories-merchandise you must know about to intelligently judge and plan costumes.
Notions and small ware necessary for the proper making of the garments also take a prominent
Denning, superintendent of flower struction of the new town hall and the Baptist congregation. Dr. Weid-
missions. jail will be opened. On October 15 ler who is an interesting speaker, place in this event.

This organization is doing a great the council will meet to receive bidson addressed each of the meetings.
amount of work, and expects in the the installation of the new pump
future to increase the scope of its in- ing station. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND EASY SELECTIONS. REGULAR PRICES GIVE PERFECT .

fluence. At present it conducts a free Another Bond ElectionA SURGEON VALUES! REDUCED PRICES ON THE SPEC

reading room on East Park avenue bond election is to be held in the I.LSLKE: REAL BARGAINS. COME: TO SEWING
Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand
which is supplied with a varied as- near future for the purpose of bonding surgeon, announces that he has WEEK AND BENEFIT BY THE ADVANTAGES IT
sortment of good reading matter. for $7,500 for a system of storm returned from Harvard University, OFFERS.
During the past year more than sewers. Mayor Temple will issue a where he took post graduate work in
thirty new members have been admitted proclamation for the election soon. eye, ear, nose and throat diseases.
Also physical diagnosis (nerves
to the organization and a heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis- The New Fall Woolen Dress GoodsAnd
great amount of work has been accomplished BUYS LOT IN WINTER PARK cera), and electrotherapy and contagious -
under the lead of the effi- An attractive lot in the Overstreet diseases. Office Cheney building -
opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
cient board of officers.ATTENDING addition to Winter Park has been purchased residence I
phone: Office 617; 1018. Silks HereThe
by Professor J. S. Kirton are

CITRUS SEMINARDr. principal of the public schools of the TO FORD OWNERS:
New Fall Weaves and colorings are so extremely attractive, so practical that a glance at them
C. E. Coffin is at Gainesville town. The deal was made by R. L.
I will receive this week a shipmentof will reveal possibilities for unequalled home made apparel. We have the newest kinds that will in-
attending the state citrus seminar, Betts, and it is understood that Professor -
Ford auto tops complete, at a top sure the success of your Dressmaking. As always, moderate prices rule.
which is being held at the Universitythis Kirton will build a handsome cover price. Will this interest you?
week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lenfest residence on the property in the near If not, will a Ford crank locking device ALL WOOL COATING ESTAM- ALL WOOL FRENCH
and L. A. Hakes motored over with future. ? "Safety first." Prices quotedon ENE AND FRENCH SERGES ALBATROSSIn
application. R. L. Holland. pink, sky, cardinal, navy, black
Dr. Coffin. The party will return the 10-5-6tc In navy, black, brown, tan, wine, and cream,
last of the week.SWIMMING GLEE CLUB copen and cream at Special Price, 59c
50c., $1.00, SI.23; $1.50WHIP
The young ladies who are to practice OLD GARDEN SEED BURNED SCOTCH TARTAN PLAIDS
EXAMINATIONS YES- for the girls' glee club held a ALL WOOL VELOUR A+ '
: ?
Large range, SOc., 60c, 73c, $1.00>>
I the only in Florida who
TERDAY short meeting yesterday afternoon am man CORD
burns the old stock seed. SHEPHERD CHECKS
Swimming tests were held yester- with Professor Pope, for the purposeof garden My Brown, preen, navy, cop n, bel-
fresh seed have just arrived. DEAN,
All wool and wool all sizes
day afternoon for the college men, all organizing the year's work. The the "drug and seed man," proprietorCity gipue, black and cream, 35c., 50c., 65c$1.00 part $1.23, $1.50.,
of the candidates passing very cred men's glee club will meet today. Drug Store. 10-6-3tc Special Price $1.23; '"-

itably. There are a number of very L FRENCH AND BELGIAN
-- ------
good swimmers attending Rollins this ea BROADCLOTHS
year. In fine tones of taupe, hunter'sgreen
In navy myrtle brown. Negro, claret Petunia Tabac, Bel-
wine and black, gipue blue, navy and black
WINTER PARK PERSONALS : : Park Auto Co. i Per yard $1.50 $1.23; and $1.75

R. D. Macdonald returned to his SPECIAL! During Sewing Week we will refund TEN
home, "Grey Acres, in Winter Park, ---

Sunday afternoon.The Cents on every dollar's worth of merchandise

Modern Woodmen of America BUICK and FORD CARS purchased. This applies on everythingin

held a meeting at their temporary

headquarters over the Schultz store Dry Goods and Accessories

last night. Repairing, Painting and Auto

Miss Dellaven returned to Winter SuppliesOPEN New Silks

Park Sunday and is having the Batch-

elor House put in shape to open in 36-INCH FAILLE FRANCAIS in new shades of Delft Blue; ',Silver
the near future.
0 ; Navy and Black. Special Sale Price $1.25
Dr. C. T. Douglass will soon be set-
CHENEY SILKS with the extremely fashionable Egyptian designs,
tled comfortably in the new bungalow
Price 75c.
recently erected near the Flye resi- II 11.11 II IMMIilillMIIIMIIMIIiMllllllillIMMOctober Special
dence bv F. J. Hunter.
BELDINGS, GUARANTEED 36-INl.II TAFFETA, in a big range of all
the new Fall colorings, Special Price $1.50C.
Among the late arrivals in Winter .I

Park is Mrs. J. A. Trovillion, who has
SKATING RINK J. BONNET ET CIE famous Black gros grain Silk, 36 inches,
been spending the summer months .. Price
very pleasantly at different points of Special $1.93

interest in Illinois.
"Rally day" was observed by all a magnificent range of the old fashioned Scotch effects____ ,__________________Special Price $1.23
of Winter Park's Sunday schools last .
Sunday with gratifying results. Sub-

stantial gains in attendance were New Laces and Notions, Some Specially
noted in all of the schools.

Trimmings Priced
Rev. W. L. Barze, of the Methodist

church, is spending a few days at The SKATING Charming and dainty designs that will delight Everything that you require to properly make
Eustis where he is attending the ses- BEAR those of you who appreciate pretty laces and garments of all kinds will be found in elaborate

sions of the mid-year conference of trimmings. There's no question that you'll apassortments here. Regular prices on some items
the Methodist ministers of Florida. ASSISTED BY preciate these prices too. -special prices on others.

I Bias Tape ________________________5c, 10c, 15c
Pearl Trimming ____________35c. to $1.25 yard
Fla., Winter Park.-City, T. M. SNUKUM the Bear and BUM Safety Pins__ _____________2 for 5c., 5c. and lOc
Henkel, Chrmn. Street Com., let con- Baby the Fish Scale Trimming,________$1.00 to $9.50 yard
y Dog
Snaps ____________________________5c. and lOc
r tract Tenn.,Clay to Mfg.construct Co., Chattanooga brick Gold Trimming______________35c. to $6.50 yard Hooks and Eyes ____________________5c. and lOc

pavement; cost $6,000; T. J. O'Neil, l' Silver Trimming ___________35c. to $5.00 yard Button Hole Tape, per yard ______15c., ISc, 20c S

Enpr., Orlando, Fla.-From Manufacturers "' Braid Trimming _______________5c. to 65c. yard Snap Tape, yard --________________________15c

Record, Baltimore.Mr. I. Jet Trimming _____-________lOc. to $7.50 yard Sticker Braid, bolt _-_______Sc., lOc, 15<:., 25c
Boned Beltings, all widths, yard ____________20c
and Mrs. J. F. Umpleby are expected Babe Does Fur Trimming ----,---------35c. to $2.50 yard Plain Belting, all widths, yard_____..________lOc

to arrive today from Troy, Gold Laces ________________50c. to $-1.50 yard Cable Cord, all sizes black and white.

New York the, where they have been Silver Laces ________________50c. to $4.00 yard Buttons in all the new gold, silver and acorn ef
spending summer months. They fects. Our new machine can produce all the new
will at once move into the new resi- - A Real Oriental Laces_______________lOc. to $2.50 yard combination effects to match costume-let us

dence on the corner of New England Calais Laces __________________15c. to 65c yard demonstrate to you.DicksonIves.
and Interlachen avenues which they

purchased the North.last spring before leavingfor T. j Slide t


All parties having delinquent bills
for water and light due October 10,
can have same adjusted by calling at
City Hall on the afternoon of Thurs-

day and Saturday, October 7 and 9. ....
It is the desire of the water and light "
Favorite Place. Orlando
"Orlando's Shopping Fla.
department to have all back bills set ,
tied in full.Signed .

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Monday morning at 10 o'clock,
1V1rlnrrdry, fi.
The Twentieth Century Club will be Dr. W. J. Maynard, of Ann Arbor,
it entertained( by Mrs. J. U. Mintruder: Mich., who has I been taking treatmentfor
on North Orange nxcnue. some time at the Florida :Sanitarium ;
'Ihumduy, October 7,
The Orlando Curt Club will hold its Formosa, ua united in the
regularscvkly t-hwt ut the Coun. holy bond of matrimony to Miss Nellie

try Club ground M. Hlgley, a trained nurse. of Wis V

consin. The Impressive was
rRKLI.MI.NAu7 ceremony
: MKETIM: (!
Last night! a /good crowd attendedthe performed by Rev. L. T. Crla/+lor.t "ONCK: IS ENOUCill":

first of the preliminary revival la /Il
A Nina Comedy."NOUODY .
mooting at the Methodist church. o
Unity Circle will meet at the Chap.
The loader, Mr. .F. A. Curtis, chairman INDEEDare
el, Wednesday, October Oth A good
of the bowrd ut nUwurd/ led, attendance is requested. the rings, pins, La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings; on view here
chooxing for his theme, "(Jod'a Cull They are io evidently high claw they need no commendation. They
for His Children." Several nhort + WOULD HELIEVE"A are novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
taller members of the OCmTOTf: : OF. INTERESTThe : taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
by board followed.
Indies' Aid Society of Concord of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
Tonight the meeting will be Lubin Drama. the quality of the jewelry warrants.
Park met Tuesday afternoon with
in charge of the Woman's Missionary
( Society, with Mrs. J. I). Rush lead bits G. P. Brooks, West Amelia ave. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS

i ng. Following is the evening's program ent.nue, and A u Hallowe'en goodly number social were was pres discussed [1 dI
: "TilE WAY OUT"A !
Hymn C55.Scripture but nothing definite was de XSSSawilOlSI EELS
lesson. cided. The next regular meeting will Biograph Drama. .
l'ru"er. be with Mrs. Brooks-Smith at her
Hynm G.14.ork ; home, "The Connecticut Concord
I \\ of Home Department, Mrs. THE TIME TO PAINT
The ladies will
J. L. avenue. meet to sew
Social Guernsey.Service and financial report, with Mrs. Maury October 13. is right now. Don't let things go
I Mrs. F. A. Curtis. + "WAS IT HER DUTY1"An r until the house, barn fence or floor

Hymn ftJC.: After a pleasant sojourn in the t 1 begins to look shabby. A little of our
Work of tho Foreign Department Edison Drama. ready to will home
use paint put
Mrs. J. I). Rush. mountains of North Carolina at High E your
lands Mrs. T. P. in fine trim and save you the cost of a
Orientals in the United States, :Mrs Warlow and daughter -
, $425.00Model J. M. l'e<1rick. Miss Grace, and son, Master 0 i 1 much bigger paint bill later on.
Hymn tk$';. llIllll'
Tom. returned home yesterday after-
r Sketch of tlia: Ladies' Aid Society,
Mrs. J. I:. I>a3.. noon. 5 cents 10 cents
Report of the Setting Circle, Mrs.A. .
Orlando Paint & Wall C.
25 Buick L. Baumtiart.
just Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater left yesterday -
Hymn 415.Summary; .
205 S. Orange Avenue
Woman's Work, Rev. afternoon to visit relativesand

about good as new. T. Hymn B. Ley.f33.Benediction.. friends in Tampa and Clearwater. Tomorrow, "The Island of Re- COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261

REAL ESTATE flAXXOT: TO generation," a Vitagraph Blue
Newly painted, new ORGANIZEThe
IM.O UNT-STOCKTO N incorporators of the proposedReal Ribbon Feature, with Edith

tires all round. One The marriage of Miss Margaret Estate Bank for Orlando were
Iextra Stockton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. informed yesterday that the new census Story and Antonio Moreno
showing a in excess of
tire. N. C. Stockton, and Mr. John henry six thousand would prevent a charter playing leads. The fourth of CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Blount, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan being issued for a bank with a capital I
"". Bluont, was solemnized last even- of $25,000.: The organizers had the V. L. S. E. Productions.
given considerable time and
ing at G o'clock at the Church of the thoughtto DIRECTORAND
the new enterprise and are disappointed
Good Shepherd, Riverside, Rev. J.
at the ruling of the comp
Lindsay Patton, rector, performingthe troller. They had been advised by EMBALMER\ \
ceremony, which was witnessed 'counsel here and at Tallahassee that
the old census would control in such
by relatives and scores of friends of matters and that the comptroller! LOANS
the couple. would\ not be governed by the new
All calls answered
Mr. J. N. C. Stockton, father of the I census. Mr. Cook state that his If you wish to buy build or repair Promptly Dayor

bride, gave her in marriage, and she plans, ore not completed lie may your house, we are making some city
I continue his loan and mortgage !business Night. Hand Block. ..
was attended by her sinter, Miss Jean I here or open u Real Estate; Bank loans. A. II. Cook & Co., Orlando.
Stockton, as maid of honor. The I a t Winter Park. I l-10-12tc

bridesmaids were Misses Mary Holler, Orlando Florida.
of Memphis, Tenn., Catherine Tren- OI.UlUm; :SEED; BURNED: INGLENOOK ,
Mr. J. L. Dean, the "drug and heed
$100.00One holm and Julia Cranford. I man," informs us that he has just received PARLOR PHONE 639. RESIBENCEPHONE 457,
Following the wedding! there was I ( a big fresh supply of fall garden -
an informal reception at the Stockton seed and will prepare immediately
home Riverside I to burn all old and deterioratedseed. Delicious[ Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
on avenue, guests
This is etc.
I a new departure from
Cylinder Cadillac -including only relatives and intimate 1 the old way of mixing the old seed Orders taken for parlies. 111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111111111>
friends. The couple left during the with the fresh as practiced by some Located in rear of Ilranch's Book
evening for a wedding trip, keeping I merchants. The public and especially Store, Arcade
Truck. gardeners will highly appreciate this
their destination a secret. J fact.
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The Methodist Sewing Circle met j was among the out of town visitors in
t Orlando yesterday She came to see
with Mrs. llaumwart, on America PresMakiiigMrs.

street, Tuesday afternoon, twenty.slxmembers J Mr. Nolan, who was recently operated ... --.,+
being present The "nah.t t on at one of the local hospitals for r -.

cial report .submitted. by the! tr'IU.I I s ome'affliction.

urer, Mm. tkumwart, was wry gmt

s I At the close of the afternoon the FOR I HALF:=llicyclr, In hood' 011111.. Burnett CURTIS & O'NEAL
ha.te..f served lee cream and cuke tlon, can be 1 bought cheap for ra"h. .
The Circle will not meet for the next Apirty' 307 East: Pine street, or phone
t i C04.[ Fashionable[ Dressmaker of the
IO-fl.n.{ :
four week on account of the revival
I- Insurance Loans Real Estate i
$350.00 meetings' which are being held at the Yowell-Duckworth Co, has :
FavoriteTODAY'S 'opened her parlors on the 4th Rentals

SPECIAL MEETING OF W. C. T. U. floor and invites the public and
5 Passenger 1912 FRIDAY v's I'ROGU.UI
An especial] y her friends to call.
extra meeting of the W. C. T. "THE CANNON BALL"
Studebaker. Newly U. will be held in the parlors of the
special two reel Keystone, featuring
Methodist church, at 3 o'clock, to pre- Chester Conklin. An extra -
pare for the coming convention. All
painted and rebuilt. good comedy.
members are urged to be present. 1
+ "YOUTH AND AIR" 4th Floor YowellDuckworth -
An American Beauty drama, featur- ESTABLISHED Mil
UE EK.\IIS. ATTENTION ing Ed. Cohn and Winifred
The class of instruction will meetat Greenwood Bldg.Orlando ,

Odd Fellows Hall at 2:30 Wednesday "THE OLD BATCH"

October 6th. A Reliance comedydrama.The I D 111111111111111111111111111.
Mrs. W. II. Brokaw, secretary. jitney show-"Get the habit. 1

BedsBeds! ! Beds ! ,1

In Bright New Patterns


IWPhillips :e9{ tt1, t ll Hand's Pure Ice CreamMade

In Orlando

Now Is The Timeto

I &

srf d? that Iron er Bran tied you need far the winter.t
Phone 566.666
, Our stock It full ef bright new\ patterns to ehoe@ from

Sons at surprising law prices, A call will convince you


Complete Home Furnishers II


Florida Phosphate Rock Has TO MEET OCT. 11 For Sale At.
What do
you A
---- Loss This Year Because of War St. Petersburg, Fla., Oct. 4.-:M. II.

hope for in a BY FRANK C. MENU: Smith, of Orlando, chairman of the Your Price
The Famous. New York Sporting -.- map committee of the Central Florida
varnish ? .pert, liy t:. H. Srllardi', Slate CvologUtOwing ; :yeai.as no river pebble is being:; produced iii ghW:1)s cintion, has called a
to the interruption of European : at present Of the total shipments meeting of that committee to be held
I New York.-A comparison of the shipment the production of ( 2S,993 tons were consignedfor in this city on October 11. ,
slugging: powers of the Phillies and phosphate: rock in Florida for the export, while I, O'J; ,S/,3 tons were It will l'e for the purpose of outlining 10-Iloom house Lot lS0\; OO.
HE' I year 1911 shows a decrease over that j consigned for domestic use within the the duties of the various members -
Ii Ked Sox shows that the Quaktertownoutfit
of the preceding )'('111'. The outputfor United States. The export shipmentswere and arranging plans so that its faces on three street 2 blocks

IIAWCONLIULJTRO\ has a bulky advantage over its 1915 was 2,">1,791: long tons, made up of land pebble t fi25S21! work may proceed after each mem- from center of City, east side.
Hean Town rivals. while during 1914 the output, as reported tons, hard rock 303,172 tons. The ber is apportioned his individual
) i I Slugging usually; decides the world by the producers, was 2,097- domestic shipments consisted of land share. For Sale at YOUR PRICE.

I series duels. It was "Hank" Gowdy's 864 long tons, a decrease of 480,930 pebble 1,203,381 tons, hard rock 0,517 The original purpose of the com-
I extra base clouting last year that tons. The decrease occurred in both tons. mittee was to get: a list of improved
i won the world's championship for the land pebble and the hard rock I The production of land pebble phosphate roads in the various counties which

Boston; it was Frank Baker's home districts; the percentage of decrease, I was 1,787,597 tons as against the West Florida route of the Dixie
run drives that gave the Athleticsthe however, is greater for the hard rock 12,107,256 tons during the precedingyear highway and the present Paradise
1911 championship.The phosphate deposits. That the reduced a reduction Qf 319,659; tons. The loop passe sthrough, and have maps ,'
When you buy varnish for your I records show that the Phillies output is due to the interruption of production of hard rock phosphate and logs of them made to be com CARL DANN

the floors appearance you hope that of those it will floors improve and I I rank as one of the greatest slugging: : foreign shipment is shown by the fact |during 1914 was 310,267 tons, as piled in an automobile blue book. ,

that it will be durable. J outfits of this or any other age, and that while the export shows a marked 'against 477,538 tons durin ,the pre- The members of the committee I
t decrease, the amount of phosphate !ceding year, a reduction of 167,271. which will attend the meeting in Or-
Unfortunately much that is sold for if they bat up to regular season form ---- ----
floor varnish won't realize that hope during the world series the Red Sox consigned for domestic shipments I II{j The value of the phosphate shipped lando are the following. 33!. Smith, I
for you.Lawson'a. seem certain of a beating. during 1914 is greater than during from Florida during 1914 was as follows of Orlando, chairman; L. A. Whitney, I

has a wonderful Lnstra! deep.Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It;is These are some of the facts revealed 1913 by about 28,918 tons. : Land pebble, including a lim- of St. Petersburg, secretary; O. B. :. H. R. BERRYA
easily applied because,it works easily. It by a study of the last availa- The total shipment of phosphaterock ited amount of river pebble, $5,442547 ,- Dees, of Mayo; W. F. Dunwoodie, of
is scratch unequalled white.for It dries ih absolutely dust-not ble slugging records: for 1914 as reported by the pro- ; hard rock, 1912197. Total, Arcadia; C. A. Childs, of Eustis; E. I'
free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets Cravath, the demon clouter of Pat ducers was 2,138,891 long tons, of $7,354,744. F. Bowen, of Jupiter, and J. H. Scales,

As for economy. Lustro'has a covering Moran's tribe, has poled out 23 circuit which 1,829,202 tons were land peb- The number of companies that actually of Perry. II' complete line of Ford Acces-
capacity that is wonderful. swats, which is nearly double the ble (including a small consignment of produced phosphate rock in
Try Varnish out at a our case risk of,returnable Lustro Elastic it un&aUs-Floor I I number made by the whole Red Sox river pebble), and 309,689: tons were Florida during 1914 was twentyfive.Of TON OF lJR.UI.SCK; AUTHOR sories; a staff of expert mechanics -

fac* team of 22 men. hard rock phosphate. The river peb- these fourteen mined land pebble ASKS $30,000; to render satisfaction in all

ry.Made\ by Valentine & Co. I Tris Speaker, the heavy hitter of ble included in the shipments repre- phosphate and eleven mined hard rock
sents rock on hand from previous phosphate. ]lines of Automobile Repair
Manufacturers of the Red Sox, hasn't made a home run New York.-When the Arabic sunkit 1

j all season, although he has played in appears to have carried down withit Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
/ALSPAR and 150 games and been at bat about 550 CARTOONIST FALLS TO DEATH I ITALIANS DESTROY ALPINE about a ton of drama-the work of I
VAL-E A\IEL times. SHELTER Gasoline, and fair and square
Zellah Covington, of Los Angeles,
Bancroft and Luderus, shortstopand Chicago, Oct. 4.-Stewart W. Ca- I Cal. Anyway, there were: I prices.
) first baseman of the Phillies, together rothers, a cartoonist for the Chicago Berlin.The Berlin branch of the Five complete plays.

All to be had at j jFINLEY'S I have made as many home runs Herald, fell to his death from a fifth German and Austrian Alpine society Five sketches.
this year as the whole Red Sox team. story window of a down town hotel i I has suffered a severe loss throughthe "Thousands of newspaper clip-
The Phillies have made 55 homersso early today. Two of his companionssaid I war. A dispatch from Innsbruck pings," forming the nucleus of new For Nine YearsWe
STORE far this year; the Red Sox only 14. he was sitting in the window, reports that the famous shelter of the plays.

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. Harry Hooper with 14 triples leads seeking relief from a headache, when I society on the summit of the Ortler These are now available only for have been in business at the
both clubs in that department. His they retired. It is believed that he ,mountain in Tyrol has been destroyed the Fish theatre.
nearest rivals are Hoblitzel and lost his balance. His mother, Mrs. I by Italian troops. Mr. Covington, through his attor- same location, Corner of South

FOR SALE Speaker, tied at 12 each. Neil Carothers, lives in Fayetteville, ;I The shelter was built twelve years ney, Mayor C. Goldman, of No. 7 Main and Church Streets.
; Luderus leads both clubs in two :Ark. He was unmarried. ago 15,000 feet above the sea level Beekman street, has filed with the
I I baggers with a total of 3;;. Cravath I I at an expense of $10,000 and has been state department a claim against the Phone 226
I I!
its I II I second with 32, Lewis third with Carothers is the artist who has visited by hundreds of tourists every German government for $50t>oO dam- i

I 5) acres, quarter mile from city, half ,29, Niehoff fourth with 27, and Speaker been drawing the "Charlie Chaplin's j summer. The erection of the build- ages for the loss of plays present and I!
in bearing budded orange and fifth with 21. Funny Capers" for the Sentinel which s plays to come. The claim is unusual ;; Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
I Another fact out have amused thousands. 'I prob-lem
strange brought in international law.
grapefruit, $1,500. I i I and Garage
!by the records is that Cravath has ried fifteen miles over glaciers.
10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young I
house. smashed out four times as many hom- SANFORD COMMERCIAL CLUB
bearing grove; $2,000. I
ers as triples-probably the most peculiar ENDORSES FAIR CELEBRATES 81st BIRTHDAYMrs.
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good
and remarkable feat in the At an enthusiastic meeting Friday
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking
land. $600.00. slugging: line. night the Sanford commercial club Caroline W. Picot has just celebrated Hammond & Gore

CO acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small The records show that the eight voted in favor of Eseminole county's the completion of her eighty- I
4-room house good barn Phillies are leading the eight Red participation in the big fair which is first year. Mrs. Picot, who hails from
Sox 70 bases the Febru- Geneva New York has received dozens FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 by extra in season's to be held in Orlando during
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small slugging-a nice comfortable margin. ary. The county commissioners will of congratulations from friends;
be asked to make an appropriation to in all parts of the country.
house, outbuildings.
garage Values Low Prices
Read the Morning Sentinel ror the assist in financing the Seminole ex-I
The land corners on large spring
news. lOc. a week delivered. hibit. Try a Sentinel want ad.
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. COMPARE

- 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, --- --

t City 1000. and Country- NEXT ATTRACTION ! OUR FURNITURE

We provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
Property At War by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Time PricesCALL GUS HILL Presents can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

E. C.OR YoungRoom PHONE Mutt N Jeff I'D 4 McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCKCorner

10, McXeill & Davis Block. College a

Phone 569.: N Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida t

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With "Barrels of Fun and Girls" ORLANDOROOFING

Trying to save a few cents by POSITIVELY! EVERYTHING NEW! ANL

having :your work handled by in-
ferior hands. Mutt and Jeff Get A College Education. The Funniest Show on Earth SHEET METAL CO.

Your personal influence is ;
greatly enhanced when :you are Don't Miss It! Bring the Kiddies!

clad in immaculate linen. i Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos .

OrlandoSteam I Lucerne Theatre and Rubber RoofingsCornices

LaundryFRENCH One Night Only---Monday, Oct. 11 Skylights. .Heating Ventilating, fa4Ceilings];

DRY CLEANERS PRICES: 25c., 50c., 75c., $1.00 Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO


Charley Chaplin's Comic Capers He Adopts a Family

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___...._ i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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1 Phone 617
\ The Morning SentinelVant \ K O.1 West Pine Sreet \
Directory i* the Greatest \ant Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
.- ORLANDC I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 j
I worth Building.DAVIS .
Terms Cash! in Ad ranee.

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime I Ir Ii RATES

II i For One Day ____________.-25i & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Three Days ___________50c
I For Six Day_ _______________75c Victor Starbuck
For One Month ____________Sz.so
This rate applies on all aas of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72
25 words or less. If the ad con
t r 6 6V i tains more than 25 words the rate Phone 161No. Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8.Davis ,-
1 will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in- & McNeill Block
1 1I I sertion.If 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla

ypu can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- F. A. PEPPERCORN
] will be
t counts opened by telephone
\ i I payable the following day.

1 i / 7 1t Every Home-Every Business 37
I Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a R. RAY WHITE


SALE-One cylinder Reo car, Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
new tires, 550; ; parlor organ, in 20S Boone Street
t I piano case, $-0; a lot of window
frames, cheap; ice box, $4; piano I Phone 597.
.. I tools, T5c.; Tracy's Carpenter Shop,
18 East church. 10-3-Gt
L. Percival Hutton
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
condition. Write Box 507. DR. N. ;L. BRYANDENTIST
9>-23-tfc 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully ARCHITECT
I equipped. 416 Revere street, Con- Phone 716
cord Park 10-5-121 McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

\ Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
and Little Bathers I FOR SALE-Second hand Ford Touring Florida.
For Big car. Inquire of 11. R. Berry, cor- Bldg
I ner Main and Church streets. Member F. A. A
10-5-tfc I
I little there is nothing so convenient as plenty of
morning plunge or for the kiddies' sponge
For daddy's hand. You know the great waste of time and effort in trying to heat water for a ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; I Dr. F. F. Thompson
hot water right heating the water in the tank hot enough to use. The has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping
bath in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into tl= :zu m porches, heating plant; is modern SURVEYINGPlating
.I. '*
house, I
solution is simple. throughout. Smaller 7 room
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East and SubDividingI Dentist

Heat the Water By GasEither Central FOR SALE-A avenue. MONEY 9-30-lmo MAKER PROMPT AND ACCURATE 115 SOUTH ORANGE

Furnished 14 room house, on brick WORK
Gas Water Heater will assure you of having the required supply street, arranged for light housekeep;
a Circulating or an Instantaneous ing. Splendid location; large lot. Over Curtis & O'Neal's
and down stairs with a kettleful of water no try- HAL A. IRISHCivil
at time needed. There will be no running up Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord AveJ193mo .
any bath. The of uses
in risking baby's health by too a *
insufficient amount or
bathe in an Engineer
ing to
of the
Heater indispensible all seasons year. --
Gas Water
the house make a
for hot water about FOR RENT, OR SALE, CHEAPSixroom
cottage, modern, No. 303 East 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
Pine street. Call at No. 305 East .
Pine, or Lord & Bradshaw. 10-3-Gtc ,

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract. Phone 72 .

one quarter mile from city limits;
DEPARTMENT very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELl
GAS Paul V.
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.

.. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, - FLORIDA .


.FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

IlillllllllM IIIIt I HllttM MMtM+ 1 ''MMtMMMM*II,,, ,1 11111111111 light housekeeping; all modern con- ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REPATJOKO
veniences. 312 E. South street.

with modern conveniences, centrally Best and Promptest
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES located; just the thing for board-

ing growing house; located town; business in a prosperousand room on Auto Livery FOR

ground floor, 22-60. Apply to W. L. Caruthers FlowersLeave
OCOEE FLORIDA Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc Service

FOR RENT-Apartment of 5 rooms, your orders here
sleeping porch, bath and cold stor- 5-PASSENGER I
age, furnished or unfurnished; by
-- --- season or year; ideal location. Inquireat

All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit 10-3-Gtc 100 North Main, or call phone 125. BUICK CARWe .Vinlpt Dell Florist.

S Trees in fine condition at the very lowest FOR ,RENT furnished-House or on unfurnished Lucerne ,Circle by- J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

:: the season, month or year, with gar- 509. 408 South Lake St.
.. prices :: :: :: age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply call anywhere at any timeGordon's
to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished roomsat Transfer Co
306 East Church street; cheap ,
The rainy season is the best time to set rate to permanent parties; no children CLINT BASS
taken. 9-17-tf 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep PHONE 575
FOR RENT-By the season, month, HAULING OF ALL KINDS West Jefferson Street
one year's growth in advance of trees set I or year, one upstairs flat for light
housekeeping; also other rooms, and successor to
next fall. garage, electric lights and bath in CHICKENS-For quick sale: 45 pul-
house. Apply 300 East Cone rd ave lets and 2 cockerels, full bred hi.h Sand Wood CompanyWood
----- 9-10-tfc bred S. C. White Leghorns; bargain.
Call at Orlando Seed and Produce
List and lowest WANTED Co.'s, 206 South Orange. Phone 166. of All Kinds
Send today for Catalog, Description 10-5-3tc /
AXTED-\1idde! aped lady, withno PROMPT SERVICE
prices to the above address children, to cook and keep house WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex-
I for two men in country residence, change or rent your city and county REASONABLE *
three-fourths mile from city; must be property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
good cook and tidy. Address R. O. C, Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3.
4M'IMIf' 11111111111111111111111111I' Sentinel. 10-5-Gt 10-5-lmoc
'MIMIM care of the

SALESMEN-Experienced, with good''I PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB records. Attractive proposition for I cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200;
I Located in the Arcade Building the right man. Positions open for fl.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post-
!some now; other vacancies later. Tomato and eggplants, same
All work guaranteed and neatly Give full particulars of your past Large "Favorite" dry land
FOR SALE done. Our work is the best work and references in first letter. banana price. pb..ntsj/ for 50c. f'red\1.
. and our prices are the lowest. Address; The Thomas AdvertisingService Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.
Tampa, Florida. 10- -Gtc 10--d&w-tf
This is the place to have your -- I
I Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber""
7 I Jd clothes made new. YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed I When in need of a veterinary call
Suu r--ubbed and pressed75c. an outside service depart- on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.
Will offer for sale for a few days Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. ment and is prepared J give you 'l-y-28-lmo _

Suit t pressed ._____---____40c. prompt attention. We have a,competent repair- AND SELLERS I
the corner Orange Avenue man who will fit keys 1IUYERS
property All Palm Beaches scrubbed! your trunk or do anJ\thln in the repair 1 buy, sell, rent, PtiH ptrhafige} ml HAS OPENED A PLUMBING sIlo
known and pressedllohnlr ......_&,.&.50c line He 'Is go at you estate Have resided in Orlando, t la..
Jackson and Boone Streets as cults pressed *.__._25eWe :; call now Just" phone ;:04.U nver 30 )" 8f8o Hare handled ever
do ladies' work also. Giveus -12.1moe11ew f20.ono.000.! Call and pe we.I0fl3m ON WEST: PINE STREET, JUST
for $26,000 A. LEW'iElt.
rink I F.
the skating property,
n trial and be convinced crop onion pets J ju.tHernufla bftlH.J,
Clothe* called for nnd delivered Patient and 1 Silver Skin. NUKSKilY: TUEE8 YftlvncUi' !, Par. ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 year Full line &t'BtMen. field' and l dower j putt lifuwn;. anti tangerines! ; rough
Phone 013. ee".111. U"l ft. the Seed and llrwtf/ \ :Man lemon. your anti tffttfiefiuil studs iremllHupenger -
and interest at six per cent. rvp. Cay "f\l/l / tH. l I.U,'a.lf1\ Hammock Nyr""y", far l sate
cheap ty Henry\ W. Smith, \\auehuUt' ,
I LAWN MOWERS) l eharpened and Pla., Ruutt ;:, \U.25::;.imoc 204
[ I repaired At Orlando! tiieyela and ---=-
TIRES Repair Shop. y,=8.1moe milk delivered by
fORD [ Fresh rich sweet -- -
- - -- -- - --- -
S, p, tee twiee a day from Spring)
C. A. HOVEY ONION lock SETS limited-;All prices kind limited', crop short; Or get Magruder Lake Pair,)number. Phone 583It.Ii30.lmoe orders. to J, 1 lit$ A. B. Cook & Co.

now prices will\ advance.
Undo Seed & Produce Co., 206 South Christ Building Orlando.
Front Orange. Phone 166. 10.3-3tc Umbrella recovered and repaired
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers "while you wait" Young's Repair
"IT- -- ;$8.25 repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired Shop, 21 E. Pine 6t INVESTMENTS LOANS
; anything in the repair line is
JACKSON AND our line. Just phone 304, Young's An ad in the morning Sentinells
Sentinel Want Ad GOODEN Repair Shop, and our man will call
Try a ORANGE AVENUE at once. 9-12-lmoc a safe investment. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESI


Mr. M. O. Overstreet It looking after
business matters in Jacksonville

Travel in Panamaand Mr. and Mrs. T. 1). Gillette are
upending. / today in Jackonvtlto and \..
everywhere on American territory, It implnuj' by "A.B.A." i'ulalkn.
Cbrqurtt They art much 'aff'r td catty than caihj I and they ate
teetotal like tuttenty by Hf.hnr', where a check vr draft would -
often toe refused, far want of proper lilrntincation. Th*. chnju lUh and I fvpler0 teeeheil
art aafl'IJentlfyMg. Wt ttCuibrnenU them to all wbu travel, fur II. M. Srlf & Co. I'tO.4.tfe START
tutti.m or pleasure -
Mm. J. II, CnUler returned to Or.
The State Bank of Orlando
litmli )'""ttmltty Hfternoun fruni" it v lull
to Lukelund' and 'I'nm\,

MU Jok?|>hine Knight.: of Greena THIS MONTH .
Itoro, N. C., ja in Orlando the guei>t of RIG HT
her friend, MU: !Hope Sturbuck.

HIDE in Hamrick'a Jitney Bus one
hour 12 miles .for 30c. 8-28-tfc

Ocoee was represented in Orlando Deposit all the money
yesterday by the following well
known citizens: Judge J. I' Hawthorne you receive: pay for everything
and Mr. S. J. T. Segar.
by check. Set
Mr. T. J. Smith, one of Apopka'swell
known citizens, was in Orlando aside a definite amount
yesterday en route to Jacksonville to
look after business matters. for the future: Bank

Deposit your Savings Checks and with us. '
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
IOU. 8-12-tf

Miss Mary Smith, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. L. Smith,
in Jacksonville, for a few days, returned -

home yesterday afternoon. The Peoples {National Bank"It

lion. W. R. O'Neal is expected to
return to Orlando today from the Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
East where he attended the funeralof
a sister-in-law.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
I HUPMOBILB"Where I 18-18-tf

Mrs. T. O. Drown and daughters,
Louise and Juliette, have returned
there'slife home from a visit to relatives and
friends in the Carolinas.Mr. .
there's Hupp"J.
Brady Welch, traveling representative .. , 'I"'IIIII. tW" "I"I"O.f"'lt"'I"'IIII".ll1. .. . ... ,Mi
of the International Harvester -
company spent yesterday in
Orlando with tho local agents, the

P. HOLBROOK, Dealer Cohoon Dros.

How much did you save last month
in cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

The following well known citizens OAKLAND ROADSTERTop
of Tuft visited Orlando yesterday:
Mrs. John Hill, :Mrs. Wm. Riley,
Messrs. A. M. Bristol and A. J. Rich-

ardson. : Windshield, good running condition ii

Mrs. E. L. Murray and Mrs. Ida
Miller I left yesterday for Daytona $150 cash takes it.
flr/ 1 Bench where they will enjoy the delights -
> weeks.of that resort for a couple of

I tow much did you rave taut month
in rush or Savings: Cherke1tt:
San Juan Garage Company jj
JUST RECEIVED CAR Among thnne returning: yesterday.
afternoon from North ('..tt.II"! where
LOAD OF he hud pent' the I Uml lttr. tit IlluhliiinU : <
wit Mm. A. linden, She re Orlando Daytona
pint' a moat delightful time.
Touring Cars -
let your next shave at the Standard t
13 I! <:.Mf 4

$482.00 DeliveredF.
Mrs. O, S. Robinson left yesterday
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Daytona Beach where she will

G. RUSH breezes.spend some time enjoying the ocean MMIII'' , , . .. Mill .. ..,...1. a Ni ... . ,"." "

32 East Church Street Phone 226 -- --
I Miss Tillie L. Mann and Elmer and II II 11I11 II
Louise, children of :\Ir.1.. Martin,
who have been visiting relatives and Who Will Be Your Executor?
friends in Atlanta, Ga., returned to
Orlando yesterday afternoon.

Deposit your Savings Checks and ,
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for Your estate may be materially impaired as a
---- 3-12-tl of executor # : 1
you. direct! result! of the appointment an f e : ,

V -1.1..11111111111111111111..1. . . ... .. Mrs. 1'.'. J. Osteen, one of Alta or trustee. ;
monte's estimable ladies was in Or- When an individual is appointed

lando yesterday on a shopping expedi- The financial responsibility is generally weaker. ., ,
tion. She was accompanied by her ..,
It is usually provided in wills that the person ,
niece, Miss Leona G. Osteen, of Vo- be excused r
nominated to serve as executor
lusia county.
from giving bonds. t ,
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense p .
La Valliers 18-18-tf of the estate and then only partial security R { .a .

Messrs. D. W. Clarke E. C. Harrington against loss is provided. { rtt
A. C. Starbird, and II. G. When a Trust Company is selected ;
Solid gold la vallieres with chain, set with small,
gen- financial responsibility
Tronk, prominent and influential citizens The positive advantage of strong ,
uine diamonds and real pearls; in a number of artistic of Apopka. were among; the business is secured.! Yi
transactors visiting; Orlando financial Z 1 t
behind it the entire
Marked low at As i is A bond which has i
designs. specially $8.00. quantity yesterday from west" Orange.Mr. strength of the Institution is always filed with

limited it would be well for you to make early! selection. the Probate Court .t no rout to the estate.
C. W. Rose, who has been t '
Xo. 3 will l in a subsequent issue
Answer appear
spending several months!! in Indiana. d ewe. r,
dividing! his time between Franklin. of this riewspaper.
Brocknvld\ and Indianapolis, where he

has been doing some good missionarywork Come in any time and freely ark for further i,
for Orlando nnd Orange county, information on this vitally important subject t- ,
U. among those recently returning, You arc always welcome, and our offtc-s are always J t
from their summer outing. advUe. J-
clad to
Standard Barber Shop iI i sanitary.
1.21.x-:: The Orlando Bank & Trust Company
- --- ... .

Biickniastrr & finiiiilaiie!! Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
tt Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above People}
. llItJlllr.---.J..JJ..I..I.I.I.. National Bank. Phone 578. l M.I.I.Gt.si41 blN f.04 !N/..tt..II.I ..le ' . '. minimi' L

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