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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.
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Publication Date: October 8, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE MORNING SENTINELVO






IE, THREE.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 8, 1915.
NUMBER 20;).




RUSSIA OPENS WAR ON BULGARIA BY






BOMBARDING VARNA-BLACK SEA PORT!



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TWO RUSSIAN{ CRUISERS ALLIED LOSS IN + + + + + + + + + + +-+ + + + -' - -

HATTEKINC{ : AT HULGA-: RAIN MAY SPOIL RECENT + II.\IUC\ IC.T.'. 'mioiio. : : : ) + 'GERMANS

KIA'S HACK DOOR RUCK; I ta: MAU:' ; DLXIII: + AGAIN

OFFENSIVE IS _
175,000 MEN =

RUSSIANS PRESS GERMANS BACK K FIRST OF WORLD\ ( I -- 1 I.+ <>rant New|, the'pork noted Oil. Automobile 7,-(lltirr>' +.1

CWT"() ,XMCKICXNCOUKIX'OM"': ( : ) ). lit xpiriul corn'*poud!<'nc from 1. uu.l. I i + dii""r. Mho war 'rlllu..l l) burned: + REPOLSEDATTAHURE

IM: s.us \\OULD KCQIMKI: ; who has t ....1...n his rutiiig
run
l conid
In J-t | ,'t 'd M lour of fur tauuht on +
Region of Luke lriiatyTeulonn KM: 'IKK: POPULAIION OK ENGLAND : the German; limit at the Invitation of lire during I the trial of the *

Are Purred to SERIES GAMESI'lllll.l \M HUMP.: TO \'Klsl.Us the German; general MalT, + ,\htor cup race at the Sht't'lllI.| + T Hill

Retire-Serbia SItuu- K.\I : FORCES: ItOM I 'IIIKWfcsr : The correspondent states that it 1 I. head motordrome ten data ago, *
: t'UOS1'-UII'OSSIIIU< : 10 his + IM. in
opinion that tht German; are .0 a |mcarious condition at *
Ion( Silent I."JlI.\: ONE> RASE.HALL ;. iuiitu\i; ; ; 'IKKNCIIKS.; : strongly inlrtnchid on the tttM front the loney Inland honpltal. Ills + -

that to overwhelm Hum and to re + death I. said to be only a mat .PAIL TO REGAIN: GROUND
4444 . . CRAZED CITY
444 + + + ;
RuenoMyres, Oct. 7.The French trims the territory now held h tht'Kalan' ter of hour. +
RUSSIAN rLEKT: : IIOMI!.11(11( * HEAVY HETTINJ: and llrilUh losses in their combined force without rolomial tonne) + + + + + + + + + + + + + LOST TO ALLIES ON

ING BULGARIAN POUT olTemdte on the western front up to even the entire population of England: WEDNESDAY)

4 Orlohtr I totalled 173,000, according and Trance would prove inadequate.LARGE AL.SUTANSIIO' FLED: TO
AMHTEHDAM: OCT. I, AC.COKDING + ALEXANDER : SOX .
WILJACRED '
- H\N.E: FREiURIIllERY
-=- _.:...:1 l"SUT: KtrmtNBerne. :: TERRIFIC
4 TO TUB COLOGNEi.irn ) : : + FIRE

4. (UUIHKKH: : : ..:!,' IIA\I i\\o: ..t'1'1tItEUBEFORE RUSSIAN: : Will He Opposed! I by Erne Shoreof BARNES GOT 37 WITHOUTA N MJPARTYTO J REACH .-The -"llund" reports that -

several thousand The Allied Attack
AUatinnn whone lla Not Yet
: .: TIM: BULGARIAN + (the Uo ton Outllt-Ticket .

PORT (0...' \'''USos) 'NIK: + A BREAK YESTERDAY ORlANDO OCT. 29 sympathies| ( tor Frame prompted Reached KM Ih'hht-: Nothing
SenlperM Chant. !';\orbl' them to fire HCIOM" t the French 'or
IIL.UK :: .AIM: HUM. +
to Indlrtttee
tier t
in th early stages of the war .
+ hlltlil'I'Iih:' ( : DII) : INSIH: ': + (tint 1'rlcvMPhiladelphia HIP
\nlnly trying t tu .return to their home
(OF' IIIK: Cf1 RECORD() ) WAS 1 IS (OP :'0, "ROSS! (): AND LAKE" PARTYLEAYE \\hen they left Mo\
+, + + + + + + + + Oct. 7.-Jo'\'lIr that Germany they "!OII'.t.
+ + + + +
WHICH IS
SHOOTING) )
rulu I or u f.U<|ipy Odd might "U""" H : : NEW JERSEY: I I IN "II| tu be received with open urine b>' London, tKt, 'IMrrminrd efforts

RUSSIANS! GAINING! |>o"t|,unrmrnt of the "rlit of the world "SOME"I SPECIAL. : t'ARP1M the French nation, but they ""lr r",1 of the drrmanM; to rrrotrr the lust

Petrok'rad, Oit 7,-'Ih* islet. new ,r."rl". fli."h scheduled for 2 o''o1to.' r t tttfr inHintment.; ) As mot of round at Tahurr Hill in the Cham.

from |IhIr.1 ..hQWII that. the ICUIII( morrow afternoon pulsed through the W "trottl With New Gun Got; . Real) Crowd of Winter t them "J' Ithet French language only pacne district, and before" $ouchez, in

Flans are ..u .ft....fully carrying out t bosoms of fandom today. A heavy 67 Out of 7Jnh'ht' I Residents Announce Intention brokenly they were treated with distrust I the \rtois region today failed. The

their premeditated plan of preying rain which began falling around 1 noon Will Ite Continued I of and few of them obtained emJ1lo'ment (;t'rman losses were heavy.

the German back in the region or today continued to pour down upon I ArrhinjrShortly The authorities in almost Following\ the severe repulse of repeated -

Lake Dri viaty and Smorgod. this I baseball crazed city far into the IndefinitelyAt I all cases refused them aid and after counter attacks, preceded by

... .. ,,,,,, .. ... ___.. __,__..
they.. had 80111._ _hn_ fp\.v.. vAln..1.._. I. } "' .t..U..... I. .. l-.t..
.\ successful advance of the Rus( gal, mm even u tile rain snouui the -P- -- n -- ''' ,J "',J N' """ .u. UII'''" IIKIU'U"the
slant south of the railroad between cease before morning it is figured Club gun shoot at the Country Ocean Grove, New Jersey, possessed they were threatened by fortified knoll of Tahure the Ger-
'I' yesterday afternoon J. I).
Koveland and Sarny. with a capture that the I'hlilies' field will be in sucha Barnes October 5, 1915. starvation. mans today changed the direction of

of Tropfcia, is also announced. poor condition that playing a game performed in a remarkable Editor Sentinel:-To keep you post- During the last four or five weeks their attack and pressed strongly
manner getting a straight run from ed I enclose a note of what hundreds of these
will be impossible. we are fugitives appearedon against the advanced French line positions -
the first shot of thirty-seven birds doing.
THIRD AUSTIU LO.VNBerlin. However the the Swiss border with the inten- west of the Navarin farm.
possibility of a without
post- break.
ponement does not a His record for fifty Your paper comes regularly and is tion to return to Alsace by the way But the German attacks broke downin

.-The issue price of the third enthusiasm in the dampen baseball was forty-eight which the sportsmen read with much pleasure. Hoping to II of Switzerland. They had to be re- the face of a terrific fire from the
Quaker
town
Austrian war loan is 03.CO and the did it check the influx of out of ,town nor admitted C. G. was shooting "some. see you soon, I am very truly _jected. as thaw.. were-- Jikelv-----" tn__ 1e.nmcpublic ___ ..n _Frt'nC'h_ u____ marhinp_____nn._ II"lIto.L_n_

interest rate 5 1-2 per cent. The loan fans during the Westcott shooting with a new JAIES1.. ROSS. charges if the German gov- The fighting has become general
day and
night. Some- also
will be free from taxes. At the time thing like $74,000 gun performed excellently, getting ernment would not allow them to return from the sea to Switzerland, but is
. today was bet
of subscription 10 per cent. is to be the outcome of the on sixty-seven out of seventy-five. The "Eoss and Lake" Combinationhave to their native villages Two or more of the character of a great duel.
series alone according The shoots will be
paid; on December 6, 20 per cent.; on to estimates continued each i made arrangements through Ira three thousand of them are now in While it is generally conceded that
January 5 20 cent. compiled. The Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock \\hjte, district passenger agent of the French towns the
per ; on February most done along frontier the great offensive of the allies had
5, 25 per cent., and the remainder on money.wagering was on even for an indefinite period. The interest the Central Railroad of New Jersey, waiting for the answer of the German not jet reached its height there is

March( 6.Austrian. The Boston outfit arrived continues to be good and the shooting for a steel car of the B. &. O. railroadto government to an appeal that has nothing to indicate at what point the
in town is
becoming masterful. leave Ocean Grove and Asbury been made in their behalf the
from New York late this ; by pres- next attack will center.Seaboard .
confident of evening, Following are jesterday's scores Park depot at 6:53 a. m. October 28, ident of Switzerland and the Red

Emperor victory and eager for tomorrow's Shot at. Broke. for Orlando, due there 6:41 p. m. Oc- Cross Society.GERMANS' .

battle. C. G. Westcott 75 ti7 tober Air
.un 29; by Central railroad Line
444 + + + + 4444NEWSKEI'TQUIETBECAUSE+ + + + Erne Shore, the husky right hander J. I). Barnes ._.___._u__ 50 46 to Jersey -
+ + of the Boston team probably will be M. :M. Smith __Uuuu fiO 0 City, B. & O. to Washington A :' :NEW DEVDLV GAS 44 + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I!. Beacham, Jr. __ __ 75 C. L. to Orlando. The will
+ OF GRAVE CONSEQUENCESIs : + the selection of that club for the uu :J" party + TO CONSOLIDVTE C. A. & W. +
. + + + + + + + + + + + L. A. Hawley -uu____ 50 22: number 36, most of them having engaged Paris, France.-A new kind of gas I + R. R.-$300,000,000
opening game. Alexander will do the F. pitching for the Phillies. Peel uuuuu Uuuu__ 25 U: : passage. apparently is being used by the Germans + + + 44 + + + + + + + 444

Dangerously 111 Hunt _____________-_____ 50 34 in the fighting in the Cham-
Small riots featured the distribu- Holland ________________ 50 40 "rRAT" HOUSES pagne.; Details regarding its effects An Expansion
tion of reserved seats today, many arrests Pete Johnson _____uu_ 50 27 Dr.
Rome Oct. 7.-It is said on goodprity being made on the charge of Berlin.-Practically all of the clu bsufferers were \'en Lucien Dumont by

..... here that Emperor Francis disorderly conduct. ENGLAND TIES UP SWEDEN'S) houses of the different students' fraternities Paris he was called to attend in New York, Oct. 7.-I n accordancewith

a -ph of Austria is dangerously ill Speculators tonight are charging ORE: SHIPMENTS of Germany have been hospitals. the Venbonrd Air Line's an
and that the Austrian crown prince !' changed into hospitals and According to the written statements
exorbitant prices for seats. Some of turned nouncements of some weeks ago of
has been called to Vienna.In over to the Red Crocs of three men who fought respectivelyat '
them are asking as much as $35 for Society. Eachof the policy of financial expansion! con.
addition to the heir to the throne the regular $3 seats, while the $2 Stockholm.-Iron ore shipping is the houses contains from thirty to Sousain, Sulppes and :MoranvlU ctruction and extension, the board of

It I III raid that Baron Von Burlnn, the ?cifitrt until nri lilirli nil St-.:!? comnletelv tied ur owing to rumor tiff.*, litwlrt nod__u_ thl'A"_u_" n.a_ .ktKtrtftd.. .. --- that n tirilloh submarine mined the with wounded second by clouds of deep green gnu
Austin-Hungarian foreign minister, unMlern. The t'xf't'nl't' viding' for n rtmxidldntlnn with the
and Count Tina, the Hungarian pre \\orld waterway in tho 1 1I1\1t1 1 bctwrtnTrclUbortr are I'ltlclI\ )' the older m"mlt'rllt\ the ..t.. rather pleasant odor. These rw" r-rnlinn.!\ ,hntlc' *! Western railway

inler, also have been called) to the rhlltuUlnhiit.Series Shirts 'I'utlll)' Swtslcn, nnd StteniU! icr. fraternities, who hlIIlr"I)' eolUcteil \ /anstrti'd thnt soldiers who wore no unit Untie H S-JIMI.OOO.OOO! ( mortgage.
Oct.! 7.
capital' =Unite the mitny.iuhington. over three million mtukn. mtii-k soon were !nuffucttUxl, while
slightly nervous players who will run. ------ those with mask lout
consciousness
The It ,In stated has b,' ---- -- -- ---- = --
new, enkept -- -- -- -- ------- '
- -
test tomorrow for the woild'n .bnnt fur various \ \\ .\U I'ltlsONKK) : 1.ltSI.U.: .
secret for fear of the period Upon regaining
Influent bull fhiim'loii'hl| were tuid Pres. Wilson And AIIU: I 131'FS'rloN1'ienna.One :
. it might ln\e upon th* IntriiMtionnlsituation. | put curly BrideToBeWill i-onjidounnen at field dressing *tn'
,
carefully to Bed thin earning, several, lions they said! they suffered eonvul..He -

hundred enthusiastic young linvl"nll$ See Ball Game -. seizures: resembling epileptic fits. of the Russian prl.
tans were ulivady gathering in the SaturdayNew nnern in the camp at Reichenberg,
\\HKlli: JHIrS: '(IIIK: IIOOKVUMIM Upon their arrival at the Paris how
/gloom at the Philadelphia National Bohemia, Ur. han JVrwhikow, of
pita) they were found to have
Im tlm") (;0)? -- nn extremely -
League park intent I II OdeHM, has good l to becomea
on waiting all weak prospect
and be
I \\ pulse to suffer
Ol't. .
rears night M line so as to secure the choke 7 -President \\il I York, and the next day, on the ins from general prostration, but very rich man ns noon a. the war
During recent large amount of "h1l'ucher"oeatl, son and 11 ra. Norman Gait, whose engagement return toward \\anhington will seethe ends The prisoner is a chemist soul
i|I showed none of the heretofore
of thjniol have been used in the symptoms -
The town is baseball mad tonight was announced last niirhtat second game in the World series associated with artillery officer of the Russian re
treatment of hookworms. Scientists I, gas poison It
have been greatly interested in determining us crazy as Philadelphia can ever goon the White House( will be married jat Philadelphia The party will Include is believed here that, as the basis for (serve.
any subject. The down town Col. and :Mrs (House; In.iaJt's When he was brought to Reichen.
the the new acid
the manner in which this drugis probably first week in December gas pruseic is used.!
streets are dotted with clumps of ( mother, Mrs. Boiling; Miss berg after his capture last winter he

excreted from the human body. In fans, exchanging dope and trying to The ceremony will 10e private, only n Helen Woodrow Bones, the president'scousin PLENTY (Vmmt met an Austrian physician who had
SOCKS FOR
bulletin No. 101 few close friends
hygienic laboratory win the series by arguments, white being invited(, and ; Secretary Tumult)., and therre"ltlent'JI HtENtlt been his chum during his. college. daysat
L SOLDIERS
of the U S. health the will take
, public service place at the home of the
the hotel lobbies are also the personal physician and the Universities of Leipzig and Vi-

results of nn investigation of this Im. nf nrtdl hot air linttta.. scenes bride.. on. New, Hampshire n'nunenr naval aide., Dr. Grn\nn to". .."I.. .....__'1'.'.'..., _IL.... __ u.__ __. ....ru't.. the "l.l, tJt hi. frU.-.l. ..,'kI .\ ,
---- '
UIar an.nnunc"
and .
portant Interesting problem ore Even: money I a. generally quote| on liupont circle.Preparations\ Early: today n messenger carried a "* that the 1111'1"stock of I I" chief surgeon of the prison I hoar
warm un
outlined, und while considerable hu for
. the series its a whole, but Philadelphia the honeymoon great. bouquet from the \\hlte house derk'rtrmehts. .sock. and similar article pitch, he receive( permission| to fix up
have
been added! to the wlentiflc' knowledgeof not been
tho l U it live to four favorite for the completed, but it W&"I1I1I1Ilt"ll conservatories to Mr*. (Gait'; home, *. for solders. at the! front I III abundant l. H little laboratory and l to il<> research
subject the conclusion U ">l'rnlntr ""'"t'. today that the trip might whkh U In A portion of the residence. for the winter and thatit and t'lI-.rlmt'ntnl*| l work 110 had now
reached t that ."* >tt no satisfactory In'I"I"'I lt to the frtii Diego district rnmpnlun.
This In duo to two reasons, first, the ex.poftition. known n* the hub of the "o. U UH>!IM for relative of soldier made a discovery which promises to
t II"t"tI"lC.r the dl .
apparent ppvarnnce redoubtable\ \ hruter: CI'IIU1dI"xu,,- flit I swtien. the scene of many I'rilllant to send unless revolutionize H certain Industry. The
garments they wish\ to
found.of ndmlnUterrd |phenols? Busbeen ilt-r will be in nil his glory, and, "rcond For the third time in American hi*, affair in national/ society. Mrs do so. In this case the suggestion: Is details of his invention Are kept secret .

the Phillies are playing on thrir will tory n president of the United! State Gait, herself besieged: l .by friends coming made that socks be made of absolutely until ho can obtain patents, but

home grounds, with the treacherous take a bride. In choosing to have to otTer congratulations and interviewers I| pure wool, as protection against experts whom he has taken into his

t'lUSCJmns: : $30(1 TO LOUIS. winds und lights and shades. of which the ceremony performed, not in the denied herself to all but her frozen feet. Underwear containa confidence unanimously declare that
US.joUt.UtUS; : : White house, but at the home of the closest friends may
: there
they are as familiar as a billiard pla; and declined to add very small proportion of cotton. are millions in his discovery
New Orleans, La. The French with the bride, Mril on follows a precedentset anything to the simple
er angles of his table, not This announcement is made particularly
government, through :I. Delcasse, to speak of their extraordinary ability by President Tyler who was mar- formally issued at the in view of the eagerness with NEED OF COPPER LEADS GER.

minister of foreign affairs, today authorized in "picking 'em off" the famous i iI the ried Ascension in New York in the Church of I saving only that she nnnouncement'j which: garments for soldiers were accepted .M.\\ GOTO TAKE LIGHT.
the French I President Cleveland, dent were to be
consul here to brick wall. during the early months of ING FIXTURES
,'deliver 19 the proper authorities a Indeed, the park itself is being tne only otner chief executive to be Tomorrow's party given by Colonel the war. when it was impossible to

|.(heck for $500 to be applied toward talked about almost as much as the married the White while in office was marriedin House: will be only the first of many i foresee the length or character of the London.The German ministry has
House.
the relief of storm sufferers in Louis gladiators Many are the wads for President events being planned for the presi- conflict. Since that time measures announced that owing to a scarcity of

#iana. The cable authorizing: the sub. its small size. Only about 21,000 will make their Wilson first and Mrs. Galt dential party before the wedding. Invitations have been taken to obtain all needed copper all chandeliers and lighting .
, J;cnption contained the following view this appearance to- and congratulations
mesJtajje spectators can historic con- gether in public began supplies. apparatus as well as works of art,
: test, while 50.000 and probably 100- since the announce- pouring into the White House offices such as statues, will be taken over by
|J''. "Please convey to the 000 admissions could ment of their engagement tomorrowin today in such volume that
people of easily be sold New York as on previous \SEB\LL RESULTS the government; says a dispatch to
Louisiana the sympathies of the peo. where they go to a ;; occasions when the White House the Exchange Telegraph company.

fple of France and assure them that house party given by the president's had a wedding on hand, a special staff National
More of that 50c. library edition. League Lighting appliances not in daily use
close friend
i it is our wish to aid them in this time Good and unofficial adviser, of clerks was prepared for assign- Boston 15, New York stated
reading. New books in stock. Cot E. M. House. ]I 8. will be taken first but it is that
Tomorrow
[of distress. j evening ment to social work only for the
I Curtis & O'Neal music store. they will attend a theatre next American League the government soon will have to
party in two months.
New York 4, Boston 3. seize all the copper in Germany.



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THE DAILY "" A Poem For The Day]

I Florida I Sentinel (:S,.* Wkorltl 1) I HYACINTHS TULIPSWe
South Tho key of \ktory in Ihvv"r t tHultruilu Is A MOIWIIN 11liSlllJudo : | \

MOANING AND WIIKIV I tit the "u.t. IUI in the \\,'"l ul ,
,., ..
I.I.KNN! K4H: I ( : )
T d.W. r.H. OXISUTUN' . . ..lia.ta..r l M.n...rh l III lU-luluw.\ The one i III the nutinnhighway Maud Muller: on u uinnu-r' dutukrd
........ to Constantinople) \ ; the other lie meadowa >\\ftttiih hay.
.. OrI.a4V .
t.t.. at p.wlhr..I hU&jluJ"d! all kinds otFlower
deulhlrsrfume Stin-k,
, Wa as :i..n.. Cl I_ M.U Malitr.KAIfca. ill he loud to t'urU." The wi"h to announce that in addition ti our regular Stint we X
I UU C"U'l'IUN I IDall of Belgium as the buUuik 01| 'The judge chugged by 1 with the usual HullJIl'udHth, Tullp'lec, :: uIJ: Narcissus.Oxulia: : and other bulba..
...... IS.tW fuss,
,. 1 Y 4 civilization may presently .
(
D.it.. I Munttu ... X 60D democratic This time in a JoltingolJ jitney us.
ail,. S Month ... 1.21 lw matched, in reverse, by the shams
....... .
Month .60Wwkly. snickered from afar, SeedWe
.
i P U* 1 of Bulgaria as its would-be betrayer hut Maud just Bulk Garden
I Year .... ...w Belgium owed existence and neu \se her eye car.caught sight of the ancient -

-SUBSCRIPTIONS- PAYABLE IN trality to all the powers, and kept het
Earl
ALL ADVANCETO faith to all by defending them. Bulgaria She bent her head and raked thegrass have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows,-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage,Whtte
Seed,
owes nothing to the Teutonic Winningstadt Cabbage, Surehead Cabbage. Snow Ball Cauliflower, Red Wethersfield Onion
ADVERTISERS iOPT And all unnoticed let him pass. Globe Turnip. Yellow Aberdeen Tur-
concert of Europe which twice Milan Turnip, White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Globe Turnip, Amber Marrofat

for diipUr and all eau th h.ad.ImdvsrUdal busiacMwfic thwarted her development; but all she And quoth, as she gave the hay a pat, 1 nip, Seven Top Turnip, Rape, Italian Rye Winter Barley, Alaska, Champion England and Let-
IB at Cabbage
.! *h.max Sentinel be btndc not.later than S p. .. has and is she owes to Russia and "lie can't win me with a rig like English Peas, Cow Horn TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce, Wood's
UM day bcfr publication. TU rule appliesto U Her great university, her that!" tuce, Long Danver Carrots, etc.
advertising it England. fresh
chance for contract adhered to.Subscriber school her few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get
unable and will bt strictly half million children in While the judge with a sigh sped on We will in a

freed church, her dreaded war power, and on, garden seed.
dikcoDdnucd -
should* notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing on her swift material growth, are basedon And moaned", "There's another nickel
the date of expiration otherwise it will be and the good will oi gone!
eoatinned at the regular subscription rates.ontU. Russian arms _A. Sufferan Mann.Never .

Tl'..k notice... N.to.stop k-r .is..received................... 14 British Liberals them as keepers her territory of the life where SEAN
i lists. But for reach the stage in

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915 would be under Turkish rule, her I you can get along without your par- I The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
peasants might still be living in dark- ents' help and advice. They' are the

f j The Germans ought to change someI est ignorance and poverty, or dyingin best friends you have in this world, DRUG STOREORLANDO
of those horrible Russian names before massacre, like the Armenians, and when they are dead and gone you CITY

they lose the opportunity. without a nation, a flag or a name. will look back over your past life and
a Should Bulgaria enter the war beside sadly regret not having abided by FLORIDA

Fashion probably will have more Gladstone's "unspeakable Turk" their wise counsel.Considering .

influence with the women than any she would not have even the excuse of -o---

rules,, the doctors may advocate. force majeure, which Belgium might what poor, blundering ..A ___ -- .
--
the invadng -- -
O I lave offered for letting Dumba has done for them, the British u MMMMMIIMMtMlilinMMMMMIIIMMIIIIMMM
If a mad wants to be a capable I legions tramp her soil unhindered. In might really offer him safe conduct CARD OF THANKSWe I.I

housekeeper, he can usually find opportunity I her king!;!, it would be an exhibition of and anything else he wants on a silver I .
for training in that line. baseness almost unparalleleL In her platter. desire to thank our friends for j|
in their I shown during'the '
mainly pro-Russian their many kindnesses
a people, o
and and gratitude, it would be I illness and death of B. R. )Ic- \:
is in now sympathies hit-
Sugar cane progress for
An umpire has apologized i! '
pretty soon we will have plenty of a spectacle of political cowardice, in which is all well in its Ewen. NEW SWEET POTATOES35c
I tMrs.
imported ting a player wife.
Orange county syrup. yielding to an alien king and an :Mrs. B. R. McEwen, .
the famous new but where will we find a man
court circle, for which future place, M. McEwen, mother.
find it hard to in- who has apologized for hitting the Fenner, sister. ;
would :Mrs. Ora
rate of consumptionGreat generations I
At the present
I Britain's mines are estimatedto vent a formula of palliation. umpire? -0--- E. E. McEwen, brother. I peck Saturday Special

hold enough coal to last about 175 o call
When in need of a veterinary I OLD GARDEN SEED BURNEDI i .
years.It COLD WEATHER on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. ,
_a VIEW OF IT.
who : .
1-9-28-lmo the only man in Florida
trouble for a princessto the frost is on the window am .
isn't When seed. My
any burns the old stock garden continues until next Tuesday.See .
learn to run an automobile. But it and the kitchen pail is froze; when fresh seed have just arrived. DEAN, Remembers our Big Sale

is different when it comes to peeling the little icy needles come with every the "drug and seed man," proprietor :' bills and show windows for BargainsWE
10-G-3tc large
potatoes. breath that blows; when the chil City Drug Store. our
$5.75STATE
o blains make us groan aloud and bet that cold ad. in the Morning Sertlrel is a I'I'An : HAVE A GOOD LINE OF VEGETABLES
have hankering forolf It's safe to :
While we no feet give us pain; safe investment. .
g there are busy", times when we we all wish for summer time again. -
envy the men who have time to de. For while we fret and stew aroundin CAMPNear I -

vote to it. breezy summer clothes it's an easy WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
a thing to cool off and forget our earthly ( Jacksonville) FIELD'SCHOCOLATE I

The French soldier now gets five woes. But it's different in the win AND RETURN
cents a day. But the Germans have ter when the world is full of ice, and

not had the heart to spring any jitney the weather is as hard to beat as any VIA Our Grocery CompanyTwo
remarks. loaded dice. We may boast about out

a climate and about our spring and fall Atlantic Coast Line Phones: 3 and 200
There are several ways in which a but the balmy days of summer an
attention, but the after all.-Howard (S I VANILLA Orlando Fla.
girl might attract the best ones 6 and 8 E. Pine ,
street parade continues to be the favorite D.) Democrat.An Standard Railroad of the South TUTI FRUTI :.

method.If a r
for better law en- GUAVAICE .
o agitation
you can't win the Victoria Cross forcement in Tarpon Springs, espec- ACCOUNT MATCHES NATIONAL RIFLE I CREAMS. '

or the Iron Cross, you may have the ially in religious circles,is just now attracting 1 '

Double Cross hung on you by some much attention. The com- Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, I

confidential friend. plaint is made that the Sunday ob- 7,1,13,1.1 AUTO LUNCHES

0I servance laws are not enforced with With limit of October 30th. 1-
No man can convince his wife, after sufficient strictness. November29th A SPECIALTYCLUB ::

I they have gone to bed, that he --0--- Extension be limit secured to by depositing Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .
be- may ,
to
closed the dampers of the stove in It's remarkable-if we are ticket with Union Ticket

the proper manner.In lieve the daily newspaper reports- Jacksonville and payment SANDWICH 25c.: PAID UP
,
victories both sides I Agent,
a how many great battle. of fee of 50c. T. A. YANCEY.Jr., Pres and Mgr.
most homes there is one econom- are winning-in the same ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ical soul whose long evenings are a

spent turning out lights other members COOK & BAAS. For Information Call on We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
of the family turned on.
o Agents, will attend to your fire insur- W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. and Delivered for AU Florida and Western Meats
I building.
ance promptly. Christ O'NEAL C. P. & T. A.
W. ,
An exchange says that when ayoung Occasion Game Etc.
1-9-17-lmoc Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,
who has golden Orlando
man has a girl I
diamond Attention Hotel and Out of Town Order
hair, alabaster neck, ruby lips, Special
eyes a silvery laugh, and teeth In A I Business (135 r. O. BOX 226
of pearls he may be said to have a When i.\ \.\ \\11 I "Y_.. PHONES {Residence Ij3' Cor. Orange Av*. and Church St.
U UlRespectfully"
hard case.WHERE l
o HurryThe .r

THERE'SA a


WILL.It is very. rarely in these days thata best place to eat is at the I The 1Jet

person whole-heartedly desirous of Is your stationery of the kind to

a college education is obliged to fore Model. command respect when you OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

go the privilege of receiving trainingat all the machinery working OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
With
any one of the country's great institutions write the above words at the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
of learning. It is true, the right at regular meal hours,
for the education may not be I close of your letter? Our Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

money right at hand, but most of the colleges it is possible for us to turn outa 4 Highland Linen is correct sta- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

of the land are glad: to extend dinner or a supper every 30 and pure.
aid to any who are earnestly seekingan tionery for correct people but We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haeever.thing

opportunity for higher education, seconds, which is going some. It reallylooks in the Meat Line.
sold at moderate price.
and offer employment of various served as
orders
kinds eo young people who are unable All short n? like 50c., but costs only H. JV E. Self & Go.
in college nature of order will, )
(
ther .
to pay expenses promptly as .l1JLSALtvD
n of PINE STREET
without the privilege of earning. their some permit.By I ll L 35c. We have a variety PHONE NO. 80

necessary fund as they go h ,- and slzes'W. :
way. Yale students who worked their serving the greater quantity J U MlfllidRI! ) apes
earneda
last
way through college year
total of S370.150: in positions secured of oysters we always have S. BRANCH,
.
for them by the bureau of appointments them fresh.

hundred in students Yale University.who applied Oversix for Our regular 25c.; meals and l TilE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE CHALMERS AGENCYNew

_.
work were furnished employment 13c.; specials are best for thosein
tlMMM
and three-fourths of these!' were aMeto .
earn sufficient to cover their entire a hurry. Chalmers 6.-10-7 passenger will arrive about the

expenses for the collegiate year.
o With a will and determination to Bring YourPoultry 20th.

overcome every obstacle that may TheModel Cafe : We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

present itself in his path, no young ,
man should sigh in vain for a college problems to us. We claim to be able to help you ,

career. Many colleges are frank to solve them in the most economical way. ,.

often admit found that in their the ranks best students of those who are The Cathedral School Insist upon your: merchant sending you Tampa ASHING STATION
AUTO
are four helping years course themselves and working through the for Special for Hen Feed."e will furnish it to him and

that enviable goal, "graduation with Orlando Select Boarding and Day there is none better .
Schodl for Girls V. D. Phillips Mgr
honors." They pay tribute to those Freeman ,
and determination 16th Year opens October 6th. 1915
men who have the grit -
want, Primary Intermediate and Academic r I PHONE 447
to work for what they I :

and who often have a far greater appreciation Grades The Co-Operative Produce Co. ..
of the privileges offered Also Music, Art Elocution, Physical .

than do those to whom college life Culture and Domestic Science. WT. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447HMMMMMIMMMMMMniiiilMilllllMMMMt .
means only one long play day with a For Catalogues address the Rector Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

long suffering father to pay the bills Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. >L, It r

-St. Augustine Record. Orlando, Fla.

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ITEMS FROM TAFTf .\RC.UI.GOOD ROADS BOOST 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111.11i
I ERS TO VISIT ORLANDO ':LINDSAY S. PERKINS:: IN TilE

Taft, Fla., Oct. 6.-Home again and OCTOBER 13 DEPARTMENT OF JCSTICE; i

Taft seems to have moved along at I Arcadia Fla., Oct. 6.-Bright and I MERITED PROMOTIONAmong
I "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree I
Nursery
the usual gait. The people say that early Wednesday, October 13, a large I ;

the sun came up in the east just the ,contingent of good roads enthusiastswill the many older residents of
leave Arcadia in automobiles fora I Orange county will remember
same while we were away, so we get I many x- *
the impression that we are of not tour of three days among the good Lindsay S. Perkins, who for years -'j,&&i? ** a.y -T NKT Unless Budded

much i 4ortance anyhow. I IIr. roads sections to the north of thisplace. 'has held a responsible position in the feN&s1* sr

Interior Department in Washington.D. ; --
:\ W. G. Sphaler informs us that .
the exchange that he was to make The party making up for the tour C. His Florida friends will lJe' v from Bearing I

with Dr. Bryan is all off.Ir.. Spha I will probably necessitate forty automobiles pleased to learn that he has recently : >. '- -
them. The been to responsible I 45 '
promoted
ler will continue the business at the to transport per a position '
sonnel of the caravan will be of Arcadians in the department of justice and
same old stand. ,
I who are of an inquiring turn is now located in New York city witha trees of a known
Mr. Herbert Tjce Is making extensive
of mind and are enthused over the material increase of salary. Thisis
additions to the Smith house on
I subject of good roads for this sec a deserved promotion, as Mr. Per-
Third street, and it will be occupiedby
kins has won his way by diligent and
Ai. Ellison in about a week. tion.They sys Quantity and
.
are going to see good roads studious attention to duty, gradually
R. K. Harriman and C. A. Tompkins -
and talk good roads. They are goingto making his way from an apprenticein I
returned from the G. A. R. en-
meander along the good roads of the old Orange County Reporter I

campment at Washington, D. C., last the sections they will visit and find office, through the government civil) : Y Quality of Pro
Monday evening, slightly disfiguredbut
examinations, each of which
out all about them. They are going service
still able to move.
to ask every conceivable question con- has brought promotion. There is W!
Geo. K. Thomas returned to Taft I cerning cost durability and method of more in the future for him, as he is % duction..1
lIe
from Huntingdon, Pa., Tuesday.
construction.When still a young man. Orange county :
in Washington for the en-
stopped the tourists return with all has reason to be proud of him. I
lie intends now to make II t
campment. ;;
of the information gathered from I I Conner.
Taft his permanent home. Mrs. E. A.
their inspection they are going to The want ad's the thing. !
Warner, a sister of G. K. Thomas accompanied -
"start something. They are goingto
him here for the winter. I "
give those who stay at home the Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Warner has travelled consider-
Mrs. benefi to ftheir investigations and the grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
able since leaving here last spring,
good roads business around these MEAT INJURIOUSTO
having visited in several Northern
will right pick A
parts away up.
states, Vancouver, and visited the Cal-
campaign for hard roads will be
ifornia exposition.Mrs. . started that will mean the death knellto THE KIDNEYSrake Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
Almera Hill and A. M. Bristol -
were in Orlando on business Tues- old sand ruts.Incidentally NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

the crew will not fail nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

day.Mr.. C. Avery was at the county to boost: Arcadia along the way. a tablespoonful of Salt if Back by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes DEMAND -
D. L. Smith W. E. Dunwoody, G.
seat onIonday.. hurts or Bladder bothers Meat trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
S. Gardner and Ed. Scott are boost-
Mr. II. P. Crook, the popular com- ing the tour. forma uric acid. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
mercial from Baltimore, who has
man since its The itinerary will be as follows: tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
been coming to Orlando ear-
lesit days, arrived in the city yesterday Bartow Winter Haven, Florence Villa We are a nation of meat eaters at>dour trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, nut a SELLER, and YOU ARE
blood is filled with uric acid, says a
from the south and will be in this Haines City, Loughman, Kissimmee -I'well-known authority, who warns ua to interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Orlando, Lockhart, Apopka,
section for a day or two. lIe is mak- i'be constantly on guard against kidney time and money to bring it into bearing.
Mt. Dora, Eustis (night), Leesburg trouble.
ing his home at the San Juan hotel. (night), Floral City, Brooksville, Ari- The kidneys do their utmost to free Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

peka, Port Richey, Sutherland, Clear- the blood of this irritating acid, but you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLA"AHA NURSERIES the originatorsof
becone weak from the overwork; they
KITCHENER PLEDGES VICTORYIF water, Tampa, and return to Arcadia. get sluggish; the eliminative tissues clog proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

OBEYED and thus the waste is retained in the Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
------ - -- --- blood to poison the entire system.
London.-The results of the great When your kidneys ache and feel like Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

recruiting rally in England on Satur- For Sale At lumps of lead and you have stinging work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
pains in the back or the urine ia cloudy,
day are not yet known, but it is un- full of sediment, or the bladder is irri- stay,over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

derstood that Lord Kitchener will get Your Price table, obliging you to seek relief during comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
the necessary number of men by one the night; when you have severe headaches -
another."I nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness -
means or acid stomach or rheumatism in bad
know how many men I want," weather,get from your pharmacist about
he told the labor leaders. "I know four ounces of Jad Salts; take a

their names and the numbers on their tablespoonful in a glass of water before Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
10-Room House, Lot 180x200, breakfast each morning/ and in a few
doors and if they don't come I will days your kidneys will act fine. This
fetch them. Give me the men and faces on three streets, 2 blocks famous salts is made from the acid of

munitions I want, and I guaranteewe grapes and lemon juice combined with Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
shall have the war in the hollowof from center of City, east side. I lithia and has been used for generations
to flush and stimulate dogged kidneys,
our hands." For Sale at YOUR PRICE. I to neutralize the acids in urine so it ia

SLAUGHTER SALE no ending longer urinary a source and bladder of irritation disorders.Jad thus. G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, FloridaMMMItMMMttMtMMMMMMIMItM

Buy your wall paper cheap for the I Salts is inexpensive and cannot
next few days. Making room for our injure; makes a delightful effervescent
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer lithia-water drink and nobody can makea ......1111111111111111111111111 I I I I II I .
Store. Court street. Phone 67. CARL DANN mistake by taking a little occasionallyto
9-5-tfc. keep the kidneys clean and active.


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orate, that are practical, that are exclusive. The newest models of Paris in. their American adaptation from a


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,r is now particularly, when its a bit too early for The best Shoes made for the School Children. We have themin

'c the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that
f' all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.
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f "'J% ." The varying models assume a becoming Prices $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50

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CRETONE, beautiful new line, 33 inches wide SCRIM, 36 inches wide, white, cream and LADIES WAISTStile:: and fancy, large selection to
choose from, 75c. quality.
Arab 13c. quality

Special 12 1-2 cents 10 cents 48 Cents I


LADIES' HOSE, pure Thread Silk, black only. $1.00 PILLOW TOPS made of burlap, beautifully stamped, 50c.
SHEETS, size 81x90, heavy weight, welded seams, 60c. and 65c. quality

quality quality

75 cents 42 cents 39 cents


TRAY CLOTHS, plain, hemstitched, size 17x27, l.'c.;

PALM OLIVE SOAP, Special for Saturday night TOWELS, hemmed huck, size 17x31, T-J'/iC.1 quality quality.


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OFFICERS OF ORANGE COUNTY 'RILEY DAY" IN INDIANA I .

BOARD OF TRADE

Indianapolis Ind., Oct. 7.-This is
Park News The officers of the Orange County James Whitcomb Riley's birthday anniversary -
Board of Trade elected to serve until and the Hoosier State is F R SA

the next annual meeting, are as follows leading the nation in paying homageto TUAYJ
: C. P. Dow, president of the the poet.

Orlando Board of Trade, president; The climax of the celebration comes

(Jr. Stafford, president of the Winder- tonight in a banquet tendered Mr. .

Daily Budget Of[ Items ConcerningThe mere board, vice-president; J. W. j Riley by his friends. The guests; in-
1Iatehett: president of the Pine Castle clude many distinguished names. It is
a fundamenal law of nature that
Town And board, second vice-president; and I Every school in the state will de. stand nothing may
Rollins
College V. W. Estes still.'e either forward backward
secretary of the Orlando vote the day to the man whose go or
board> secretary.The rhymes have won so many childish This store has: progressed steadily since its begin

membership of the organization ; hearts. ning, and it has progressed under the standard of high
INTERESTING: MEETING OF BARZE
PITCHING IN TAMPATODAY
is about five hundred. Dr. C. E. For the last two weeks Mr. principles.
CANOE CLUB Riley Perhaps that is why it has progressed.It .
Coffin, of Winter Park, will be ex. has been showered with letters
The Rollins Canoe Club held an interesting Roland liarze is in Tampa today officio member of the board of directors and telegrams has been our aim to render a broad, comprehensive
congratulating him
meeting at the Associationrooms pitching for the Ybor City team of the county board. The Win I on his birthday.poems The poet reads all merchandise service to our customers ; to always have

in Knowles Hall Wednesday against the West Tampa nine. These t er Park board of trade, which at I of them. HU happiness over these what they want; to give them the courteous, hospitable
evening, with twenty-six members two teams have I
been
running neck present has 41 active members, is tributes is patent to all who Fee him. treatment that custom has decreed for honored guests.
present. and neck for the
The first place in the planning to become very active and One local newspaper gave its front We have done and are doing what we can to make
president of the organization, City league (formerly known as the extend its membership and become shopping
Harold Hill, '19, gave a short explan Cigar Makers league) and the out added power in the development an of Mr.page[ Riley this morning and to a drawing of here a pleasure.
of
an arrangement
atory talk concerning the aim and come of the game today and the final Winter Park.
of his most
some popular
verses.
purpose of the dub. game of the series, which is to come

Professor Palmer outlined several off Saturday, is awaited with considerable S. C. HOOD DELIVERS: ADDRESS: GERMAN; : PRINCESS HUNDRED We particularly emphasize this in
changes which the club is
planning to interest. Barze is "some" AT SEMINAR
make in the boat house. pitcher, and the Ybor City team YEARS OLD price reductions SaturdayHELDING'S

The year's program consists of the showed grey matter when they selected Gainesville, Fla.-Certain Essential
Berlin.-In her castle at Sayn, near
following events as scheduled' : him to assist them in the deciding
Oils
as By-Products in the Citrus Industry .
Neuwied, the Princess Leonilla of
1. Fall regatta, third Monday in game of the series. ; SOUTHERN GUARANTEED{ CHIFFON
October. by S. C. Hood, bureau of plant Sayn-Wittgenstein has just celebratedher
industry, U. S. A., was another subject 100th birthday. her TAFFETAAn
2. at Lake Howell Despite! great
Overnight last COMMITTEE
FOR SOPHOMOREFRESHMAN
of intense interest exquisite fabric
in November. yesterday. Hems age the princess who was an intimate in weave and colorings. We have
Monday : RECEPTION invented certain machinery for friend of Empress Augusta, /grandmother now every wanted shade or half shade for evening, streetor
3. Dance second
Saturday in Janu- The sophomore class held a meet- peeling fruit by which the peel' of the of the present German rm- reception wear. 30-inches( wide.
ary. Wednesday/ evening for the purpose culls ran l"e used for the manufacture
peror, is in the best!': of health. She
4. Three day trip, between semes- of completing plans for the reception
or oils, which is expected to add Is able to read without glasses! and Special price 75c
ters.! which the class is to give the
greatly to the income of the
/growers takes
daily long walks in the park of
5. Indian pageant/ on Washington'sbirthday / freshmen tomorrow evening. James when it conies into general Use her castle
February 22. Noton chairman of the enteitainineiit ('OUUtTuo:1i) : : CJOLFINK. ) CLOTH

(It t, llnhiuet Wednesday| and hhhunl) meeting, : committee, will be assisted! by (COUNT M' 'ItOOl, IIOAIII/ ) {P'l1' I IM.;' .1'AIIM. MOHUIAlit, : IIAMvllSI ; ( The colornv! \\ jut t nrrivoil ami tl1f' first' Apiil, the Allies!!' ItlnMIe |jdwnrd; and AhMe tON rMU4' tifttl ttnfnttuiwtHy
7, HpHnu i legnlttt, first of Mn)'. FUoiie atul! HA)' Ulehe, '1 his 'te- : .I tlllt ijimntilv\ 1 I" liinlUul *oo nu>-
1II'Ilt'$ tin at'."oilgll' vntir t'III'I01'.1..<.Miun, Slimto\ l 1"
It, W Oreett gave the club several' i Iq to l be tif the ..
"el.Huh| one big eveiitof
,
After neatly I ,three! dn-< Fessl"h!':" the t4t. I I.MUU Mil. luu"IIII'tt U'ltti'i'iiH'luM, 'I'ii Ultic. ,
,, I C Ot-l 7,='llie 1 wt'nh.l t'glt'tlat'| ( tlic tH'W "nlmdc In>
timely PUtfUpatnll"' | Unit| the IllftUeflif the )ettt hlit! tt live |mtIHlit" la Hl '
'itlllily" "hi'iil haute' ttllJII\1I\ hell )'t'i: annual t'tdlVPtltli'M (lit the I "l-'rtllH flll"ItKt' "- ('npt'nltngt'li' mill iuii-y White, :blInt has, \\iilc,
I'llllllttallltf (' hued !Mllil H VPiy liltfittl yrtst'' l by the tlirilllOrtit' uf (lie t'1'11") t ai,day, 'fhF' afl ipHpr( (itiitinn( of (the lldhkat's' \'I'iitli.
hsta
"'' hcgatt
niter "nn the \\hite !nml/ MIMIMnimttd lout\ (@o', : l
(' fur \\hh'll he 111t1i; the ntrpupy! ; flay w 1\a ,devoted' +l {*II |JII\)'ing! I lulla, tJjthtllh( frtrntPIS! HIM'I |Lankpra) Croon| Special price 75c

'Ihe ipnmlmlpr, if the lIf'-I all|) hallo I if (Ina country in I\HeIHJalw,
IlW.UOJItti i
M MMIII\; mil i'Uli11ASi.; IIAMvH '
'IWUtt) : ) Tott.'T \\
Th e Diiio"ii of t the ,,
) rantrhtiOt
tsI ,,n Ml| .I'X A t'tneiill: dlaCUaalull tit FINK i : ,i'ioiiiuYThe ( : wareheltt : Tl'll SI Mi
in the )runter* hotel I, The niett-
came activities, firm uf Kuinmer & HoUJorf has e banks of ()rl|, IIIIQ will l he closed| | In charming designs, combination
ing will adjourn tomorrow night! with colored stripos on
just closed: a dedal with T. -M. llenkel utUy-Farmers' Day-which) was white wiul! ivory
ii I a smoker at Sunset Inn grounds. Thee ore the Identical' designs -
SUIT, HOOSA I HTKAKillTKMWi whereby they become: the owners of made a legal holiday at the last session used! by the most exclusive shirt manufacturers in
; OUT W.TnSf: ) the attractive lot on East Park avenue of the Florida legis1ature.OTIE New York
ALL CONTINENTS, MANY COUN
LIGHT !BOOKS I located just north of the Mason
:36 inches wide$1.50 valueSaturday
:
TitlES INFECTED
The books of the Winter Park cottage. In the near future they plan TO TAXPAYERS OF

water and light department have not: to erect a nice building on the property WINTER: PARK. FLORIDA Special $1.10
been carefully kept and with the incoming : and operate an up to date bil- According to a report just issued
The taxes of the town of Winter by the United States public health
of the new superintendent astern Hard( hall. This enterprising firm has Park. Florida are now due and may
effort is being made to straighten 'also purchased lot No. 11 in Henkel', Ie paid at the Bank of Winter Park service, it will be necessary for quar- SATURDAY is the last day of "Sewing
I antine officials to exercise unusual
them out and bring them accurately addition to Winter Park and wilt Winter Park Fla. '
I All who have not yet paid their precautions against the major pesti- Week the last
up to date. Past due accounts probably improve it in the near fu- day we refund Ten
taxes for the year 1915 will please lences
have been found on the books for I ture. call at the Bank of Winter Park and during the coming year. The Cents on Dollar purchase
South American distribution of the every except
water and light aggregating nearly pay same as soon as possible.
C. D. POWELL, Tax Collector. disease is considered particularly im Saturday Specials. Are
1000. Some of these have probablybeen I LAWTON GROCERY ENLARGES 10-7-6tc you interested?

paid and many have not. I The new Lawton grocery stores portant.

The first of the present month which opened last Friday in a real BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETAA
have been sent to every one who I,I room of the building on the corner oi 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Winter
stands as a delinquent on the books. I I I East Park and New England avenues special purchase, extraordinary value. Beautiful Raven -
Black, vegetable dye French
pure manufacture. Will
The business part of town somewhat has grown so rapidly that the proprietor
resembled a hornet's nest. I has been forced to move his : : Park Auto Co. wear 85c. splendidly. 27 inches wide. Exceptional value for

all those who hold receipted However'j stock into the front room of the

have them adjusted readily by ,:building, which faces on Park ave
Saturday 69cSHEPHERD
Roosa the superintendent, by pre nue. ---

senting them to him during the tw
sessions he will hold for this purposeat Sl'ECIALIEETl G OF COUNCIL BUICK and FORD CARS CHECKS

the council chamber on Thursdayand TONIGHTA ____u _ __ __ _ __ A clearing line, a limited quantity, a one day sale. In all
Saturday afternoons.One special meeting of the Wintei sizes; 36 inches wide; looks like wool wears like wool.
humorist thought that he could Park town council has been called for
start something by notifying the tonight. A full attendance is de- ; Repairing, Painting and Auto : : Saturday Clearing Price 19c

mayor that he was not on the delin. sired. SuppliesOPEN
quent list but the explosion didn't
come off ns his name was there and WINTER PARK PERSONALS: COVERT CLOTHS
the superintendent' has no alternative Splendid utility fabric, for it'" useful for "skirts, "suits,

under the ordinance but to ehd the 1.. 0. Dodd tthd i family have returned dresses, separate coats. We took till the jobber hnd, nl-
Mils to everybody whose hnme is on to their home on the Winter DAY AND NIGHTORLANDO most at our own rtce. We'll give you the advantage of

the books its delinquent.Ii1)L1.INSSTCTSiN Park road. our purchase on Saturday.


) "' -'' -MATCH- WILL MI1I Mary I In Cottttwtty returned( I MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Saturday Special 20cMen's

UI'I'.S l'ootll\l) ', "Ht'.AHON" )eptenl y (tutu" her hemp at .Fair/ = - -

NKVT; TIIIJKNUAYThurpday mont We"t'lf1ittlu.", to .legume her
Neat the Hollina eleven lulliep ht Itilllinti.II. .

will |play its first fe'ttme: for the j tea; = SKATING RINK Furnishing Department -

ton, with the University of "'Inrltt"ttlAm C. I.utf l of Winter OaruVn civil

at J'alatU, The Uollins bunch engineer! for hummer & HolJorf, was

has only been practicing a few days in Winter Park yesterday establishing ,

but Florida will have to go some if I the grades for new sidewalks. October 56789"BABE" We have just received a new shipment of the famous
she shows I any more pep and ginger
MANHATTAN SHIRTS this
; delivery contains the
than has been displayed by the Win- I J. F. Umpleby and wife have returned latest weaves and colorings that prevail in New York very at

ter Park boys. Since practice began to Winter Park and are establishing the present moment See them.
every fellow on the field has been I themselves in their new

overflowing with enthusiasm. The home at the corner of New Englandand In Hats
roj.ches r.re well pleased with the energy Interlachen avenues.

which the members of the quad We have positively the very latest. The Soft two toned
have shown in the practice games. IJev. W. L. IJarze, accompanied by The SKATING BEAR Felt Hats. Its a goer.

his daughter Miss Ruth, has returned
I, COMMENT: ox WINTER PARK from Eustis where he has been attending ASSISTED BY Special price $3.00In
f BOOKLET I the mid-year conference of

"One of the most attractive and the Methodist ministers of the state.

(interesting of the many Florida booklets I S NUKUM the Baby Bear and BUM the Dog CollarsWe
,
: now being sent out" says the Dr. J. G. Litch, pastor of All Saint ,
also stand Not to "GOTHIC"
supreme. wear a "ar-
"Times-Union in a lengthy comment I Episcopal church accompanied by hi- "
upon the recently distributed Winter I wife and their son and daughter Mis-: gues you yourself unknown.

I'ark booklet. Numbers of flattering Catherine and John II. Litch ha' Price 15c 2 for
I J i.11 a Quarter
,ress: notices have been given the returned to Winter Park after a most ,

Booklet by the leading papers of the pleasant vacation which was spent;: at

tate. i I their home in New London New
Hampshire. Babe Does Grocery DepartmentEverything

C. E. BUSINESS: )JU TI"GXD:

SOCIAL TONIGHT RINGS: FOR TilE CONQUERORSOF : Fresh, Clean and Up-to-Date. Fresh Vegetables -
The young people of the Christian WARSAW = A Real and Fruits a specialty.

:Endeavor Society of the Congregalonal :: ,
church will meet at the home Karlsruhe.-A wealthy jewelry

f the pastor Rev. C. E. Enlow, this manufacturer of Pforzheim has do- : i '

vening for their regular monthly nated 2,000 silver signet rings to the .. ,2 Slide
usiness meeting and social. A very German troops who entered Warsaw

njoyable time is anticipated.IMPROVEMENTS first after the Russians were driven Dickson Ives Co.
-
M out. The general staff decided that for LifeADMISSION

IN BARBERSHOP the thirtieth Wuerttemberg landsturm ..., t'11;

regiment penetrated the inner forti-
J. E. Miller proprietor of the Win fications of the Polish capital about

ter Park Barber Shop, has just com fifteen minutes before the Bavarians
pleted a number of changes and im who broke through at another point. .D P ARTMENT STORLWinter

provements in his business place. Sev- The rings have therefore been awarded 1..

Aral new lounging chairs and a bath to the Wuerttemberg "landsturm

been added to the equipment of ers." The officers of the regiment received lOc
tve:; shop. I gold rings."


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T.UIP.IAX AND BRIDE IN school officials are unwilling to part : Broncho. "His Superficial Wife"
ORLANDOMr. with Miss Dale and will doubtless ex- I in two parts.American. .
and Mrs. John C. Ley arrived tend the time for her to begin work "Her Music\ Cook."
Pathe. "Romance of Elane. This
in Orlando yesterday afternoon over under the circumstances. I is the most thrilling episode of this
the Coast Line and are visiting Rev. f great serial picture that we have run
and Mrs. J. B. Ley, before going to ENTERTAINEDOUNG MATRONS ;)"e1. Don't fail to see this episode.
their home in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. II. Reese entertained the I Five and ten cents.

Ley were married in Piano Texas, Young :Matrons Card Club at bridge I
September 29th. The following item Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hamilton ROAD BOOSTERS TO NEW D.4 II

concerning the wedding is from the Johnson for the guests and Mrs. I SM\RNATODV\ *
Dallas Morning News and will be of Phil Siemens for the members made ,;:
interest: high score. The prizes were colored I A 'large number of local good roads ,

John Cale Ley, of Tampa Fla.,and crepe de chine handkerchiefs. Among boosters will go to New Smjrna to- O 0
Miss Dora Snyder Bowman Jr., of those playing were Mrs. S. E. Ives I day to attend a good roads rally. The INDEEDare
Corpus: Christi were married tonightat Jr., Mrs. Wm. Davis Mrs Joseph rally may be instrumental in promoting the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings on view here.
8:30 o'clock the an election for bonds They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. They
at Methodist to shorten
Bumby Jr. Mrs. Phil. Jtemtmsr Mrs..
are novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modem
chirch here the Rev. T. \V Weeks Hal Beardall'Mrstlrwin- Dunn Mrs. I e road between Orlando and that taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
officiating.The B. J. ,Lord. / i pI e.STATE. of course vanes but in no case are the prices here higher than
church decorated with / i the quality of the jewelry warrants.
was
ev- Mrs. .Fred M Allen assisted the !
ergreens and pink Killarney roses. hoste r in serving a salad course.I HIGII\\A\ COMMISSION
& CO. JEWELERS
Prior to the entrance of the bridal Mrs.;? Phil Slemons will entertain the J\ MEETS ,

party a program of wedding selections club two weeks hence at her home on )1.1.. Smith a member of the ilzALLEN -1!1TIlE
was given by Clarence B. Ash- North Orange avenue. state highway commission, departedlast OJ-:

nden and mss Myrtle' Floyd, of dallas ........... night for Tallahassee where he
with kiss Ferguson, accompanist. TIlE BEEMANS ARE HOMEWARD will attend a meeting of that bod}.
usual .
expression JlliaS Pauline Davis, of Piano, gave BOU D' A permanent organization will be
TIME TO PAINT
the Mendelssohn Wedding March as a )Ir-andMrs.. II. L. Beeman and perfected.

from visitors processional playing "Hearts and son, Mr Edwin Beeman, who left .- } is right now. Don't let things go
Flowers" while the nuptial servicewas Orlando some weeks ago in their II\ ERS SECOND IN KIrLEM.VTCH \ until the house barn, fence or floor
read. Ushers were Mr. and :Mrs large Packard touring car for New r begins to look shabby. A little of our
Or- At Black
Point
returning to in the tyro match, .L
Ray Jasper, of Piano and Mr.\ and York and Boston have tired of the Sergt. R. W. Hjers, of company C, of E ready to use paint will put your homein
Mrs\ I. D. Newsome of McKmnej sights of the cities and are now home- Orlando Rifles second 1 fine trim and save you the cost of a
won place
lando: :Mrs Jasper frock of shell Q much bigger paint bill later on.
wore a pink ward bound, They have been joined among eighteen entries. lie had a
taffeta. Mrs. Newsome wore apple by Mr. Lester Beeman. The party score of 75, which won him second i1 llh11liti\
green tulle hung. over taffeta slips of spent yesterday in Baltimore Md. honors a medal and $7.50. \ .
the tones.
same a Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
The bridesmaids were Misses Julia ORANGE COUNTY PIONEERS ASSOCIATION LARGEUDlEXCE AT GRAND
Carlisle and Lillian Aldndge of 205 S. Avenue
MEETS OCT. 21 "The Inland of Regeneration," as Orange
Piano, Edna Russell, of Bess
Dallas presented at the Grand last night was COLEMAN & BRAN Phone 261 1
Collins, of Corpus Christi Grace Orlando Fla., Oct. 7, 1915. one of the best plays ever shown in
Wear, of Rogers and Minnie \ theIembers' --- --
May To of the Orange Coun- Orlando. An unusually large audi-
Wall, of Tampa, Fla. They wore ty Pioneers Association and Their
"I ence witnessed the production.
see so many gowns of pink taffeta garlanded withOriental Friends:

lace caught with June rose A meeting is hereby called for 10 Mrs J. J. Hunter and Miss Doro-
Dodge Cars in New buds, and hung over slips of chiffon o'clock A. M., October 21, 1915 at thy Fremd accompanied Miss Dora CAREY HAND

and lace. Short tulle veils were worn. the Fair Grounds in Orlando, Florida. Monroe to the Episcopal Cathedral I
Jersey." They carried arm bouquets of pink There will be a forenoon and after- school at Orlando yesterday. Mrs
Russell roses. noon session. All members of the association -
Hunter will visit relativevs at New FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Miss Florence Bowman sister of
and their families should before
Smyrna returning.TropicalSun. I
the bride and maid of honor, wore a
bring their lunches and let us havea West Palm Beach. AND EMBALMERAll
frock of apple green taffeta and Ori good time.

ental lace, hung over chiffon slips. Respectfully,
She wore a short tulle veil and car B. M. ROBINSON, President. LOANSIf
ried bridesmaid's roses. Mrs. James L. J. calls answered
By DOLLINS Secretary. you wish to buy, build or repair Promptly Dayor
R. Adams matron of honor, wore a (Orange, Lake Seminole, and Osce-
jour house we are making some city
"New York sure gown of waterfall velvet in tones of ola county papers please copy.). loans. A. B. Cook & Co.. Orlando. Night. Hand Block.
apple green, with trimmings of silver 1-10-12tc

has a lot of Dodge lace. She wore an aigret in her hair DODGE AWARDED GRAND PRIZE ; Orlando Florida.PHONE
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and carried an arm bouquet of ascen-i .
sion lilies. Little Miss Mary Bowman San Francisco Oct. 7.-The Pan- INGLENOOK CAKE AND
Cars. Loveless flower girl wore a frock of ama-Pacific exposition grand prize CANDY PARLOR 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

white tulle over silk slips and car- for mechanical excellence has been

ried a silver basket filled with rose awarded to the Dodge Brothers motor Delicious Candies, Cakes Sandwiches
petals. Master ,V. M. Chadwick was car. The selection was made by a etc.

ring bearer. R. II. Norton of Cor- committee of eighteen chosen from Orders taken for parties. 111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111 r 1 1111 II
pus Christi was best man. the Machinery Exhibitors' Associa- Located in rear of Branch's BookStore

The bride was given in marriageby tion of the Palace Machinery.. The Arcade I
her father. She wore a robe of statement of the award sajs"This I

bride's satin and duchesse lace hung decision was reached only after most J : .
"Why I under- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL *
with pleated tulle embroidered in love careful consideration of the merits of

knots. The court train was em- many cars selling at about the priceof
stand they are pay- broidered with silver threads. She the Dodge Brothers motor car." Bres s Makina

carried a shower bouquet of bride's
ing $50 bonus for roses and valley lilies. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

After the ceremony a reception was
held at the home of the bride's grandparents WANTED-To 'list all kinds of prop-
early deliveries i in erty for sale or rent. I am having
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bowman
manp applications for houses, fur-
Sr.Mr. nished and unfurnished. I will be Mrs. BurnettFashionable CURTIS & O'NEAL
Boston.
and Mrs. Ley will be at home glad to list what YOU have. Mrs.
II B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
after October 15, at No. 414 Henderson -
Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo Dressmaker of the
avenue, Tampa Fla. Insurance Loans Real Estate
Among out of town guests to th RENT-Houses, Yowell-Duckworth Co., has : :
wedding were Mrs. J. E. Wall an efurnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI opened her parlors on the 4th Rentals
son, James Wall, of Tampa, Fla. have to offer before you buy or
+ rent. Mrs II. B, Leake, 45 East Pine floor and invites the public and
MISS DALE TO JACKSONVILLE street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.
10-8-dw-lmo especiall her friends to call.
Miss Ella Dale, daughter of Mr, y
"In Colorado I and Mrs. J. C. Dale, left yesterday afternoon CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
over the Coast Line for Jacksonville limited number of persons. Pleas- -
ant rooms in ne-v home. All modern
told of where she will spend the
was a mountain conveniences. Also furnished rooms
r week-end. Miss Dale was one of the for housekeeping. Mrs* Gertrude 4th Floor YowellDuckworth -
efficient teachers in the Duval county Seymour, nurse 14 High street east ESTABLISHED 1881
so steep thatno public schools in that city last term of Lake Eo'a 10-8-lmoc

and was reappointed again this year, Bldg.Orlando .
NOTICE
car but a Dodge but on account of the continued ill-

ness of her mother, was compelled to I will not he re pons::.le for any
could make it." call upon Superintendent F. A. Hath- debt made by' Mr*. R .G. Taylor. 11.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
(Signed R. G. TAYLOR
away and explain her position. The ,I-10-8-8t-

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PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES :Mr. Fred Mann, was removed, Sunday p ture in Union Chapel. r SCHWARTZEXBERG DOUBLES I II

from her home here to the Florida I' Remember! people of Pine Castle, I CONTRIBUTION TO WAR H R. BERRYA
do your Pine Castle, Fla., Oct. 6.-\lrs. Sanitarium at Formosa. LOAN
that Thursday, October 14, at 7 p. m.,
Mary A. Bryan, of Newton Grove, The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society
in the parish: house of Union Chapel,
hope for in a N'. C., is visiting her son, Dr. N. L. held a social Saturday night and did I
is the appointed time and place for Berlin.-The Prince of Schwarzen-
Bryan, and family at his home on very well despite the rain. complete line of Ford Accessories -
varnish ? the voters to assemble to vote on the berg, of Vienna, has subscribed 51.-
Lake Conway. Mrs. Bryan was accompanied -. :Mrs. :M. B.
Cuppett made an invest- of Pine Castle. All the staff of
incorporation are :200,000 to third Austrian war ; a expert mechanics -
I here by Miss Lelah Bell, I
ment in property near Kissimmee this invited and urged to be present.' If :loan, as compared with $600,000 to
,of Dunn, X. C., who returned to her week. Mr. J. T. Cuppett traded some to render satisfactiowin all
I the incorporation goes through the ,the first and second loans.A \
I home this week. northern property for land near Kis- I election of the city officials will immediately -I lines of Automobile Repair
Mr. J. B. Smith returned Saturday
lLLr simmee. Both the transactions were follow and will wantto
I|from Atlanta and Waycross, Ga., you Mexican dollar is worth only 35
I handled by the Pine Castle Realty have your vote in that transaction. Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
All O where he had been on a business tripin cents. If the allies had sent their
TV I company. :Miss Bertha Slough desires to announce
connection with his real estate of- finance commission down there, see Gasoline, and fair and square
Mrs. Mary C. Turney, practicalnurse that she is in position to do
Tito4RLvrsffE3 flce.I how many more dollars they could
of this place, was in Orlando plain sewing and is ready at any timeto prices.
1 General Johns and daughter, Miss I have obtained for their money.
I'Ada returned Saturday from a visitin Saturday looking after patients. take in such work, and will appre- I
The Sunday school] of the First ciate any and all patronage.
Tampa.
I Mrs. J. B. Tedder, of Kissimmee, Baptist church of this place was organized Best and Promptest For Nine YearsWe
I is visiting at the home of her daughter last Sunday, immediately af- WILSON AT WORLD SERIES

Mrs. G. C. Miller. ter preaching service, in the after- Auto Livery have been in business at the
When you buy varnish for your Mrs. L. L. Tucker arrived Saturday noon, the organization being conduct i! Washington, D. C.-President Wilson -
floors appearance you hope that of those it will floors improvethe and I from her home in Dade City, and ed by Rev. E. T. Poulson, and hte following ]-j will attend on Saturday in Philadelphia Service same location, Corner of South
| and Mrs. Tucker were elected as officers: Mr. !' ] the second of the world series
that it will be durable. Prof. are now domiciled Main and Church
Unfortunately much that is sold for for the winter in Dr. C. E. Fil J. W. Matchett, superintendent; : j j baseball games and will toss to the Streets.
floor varnish won't realize that hope :bert's bungalow on Lake Conway. J. G. Tyner, assistant superintendent; umpire the first of the balls used. 5-PASSENGER Phone 226

for you.Lawson's. Mr. Fred Kubach spent a few days Miss Stella Harris, secretary and I With him will go Secretary Tumulty -

Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas 1 recently at the Levis home in Taft. treasurer; and Miss Hallie Hansel '' Dr. Cary T. Grayson, his naval

easily a wonderful applied because deep,lustrous works finish.easily.It It is I I Mr. Henry Funk is here from Noca- organist. Next Sunday the classes aide and physician' and perhaps Miss CHAR Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
is unequalled I for durability and will not will be assigned their and the I
places .
Helen Woodrow Barnes, his cousin.It
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- :tee, and is stopping with his cousins,
free in from five to seven hours sad gets I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Shanibarger. teachers appointed. will be the first time that a presi- and Garage
hard in twenty-four hours.
Miss Zetta Tanner is at home froma Next Sunday, following Sunday dent has seen one of the deciding con
As for Lustro has
economy. a covering We call anywhere at time
capacity that is wonderful. visit with relatives in Kissimmee.Mr. school, there will be a temperance ]ee- tests of the season. any Fire InsuranceCOOK
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor James Funk has returned to
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatisfacx '
y. college at Winter Park, having attended GonLn's Transfer Co ;

Made by Valentine & Co. I Rollins two years ago. Beds! Beds!! Beds! !! ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sundy are still 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 & BAAS, Agents
Manufacturers of at New Smyrna, where they were

/ALSPAR and .called by the illness of Mrs. L. J. In Bright New Patterns HAULING OF ALL KINDS Christ Building

VAL-ENAMEL j;Griffin, sister of Mrs. Sundy.
ia j
I Mr. Wiliam Wigman is a recent

t recruit to the ranks of the I. O. O. F. SKATING
RINKLADIES'
I'of Orlando.
All to be had atFIXLEY'S
Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett left Monday
PIONEER PAINT '
evening for Camden, N. J., where she
STORE will visit her parents for some time. SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. and later visit other relatives at other AND MORNINGS.. LADIES ONLY

points in New Jersey. E f f t1( i -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

Mrs. John Schnarr spoke Wednesday INSTRUCTORS.Open .
FOR SALE afternoon at the parish house of

Union Chapel, addressing the "moth 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

ers' meeting" of the W. C. T. U.
The Christian Workers are again Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

5 acres, quarter mile from city, half meeting each week preparing for the Now Is The Timeto

in bearing budded orange and annual Christmas bazaar. Many new
grapefruit, $1,500. '. and novel things are promised in the ADMISSION 1O CENTS

10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young j way of Christmas gifts and entertain- select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.

bearing grove; small house. $2,000. ment. Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good Mr. and :Mrs. P. :M. Shanibarger

citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking were surprised at their home on Lake surprising low prices. A call will convince you.

land. $600.00. Conway Thursday evening by a party Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
CO acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small of friends; the occasion' being their I

grove; 4-room house; good barn second marriage anniversary, also Mr. IJ J DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200: Shanibarger's birthday anniversary.Six .
OSCAR
HAND & SON
<0 acres, 15 acres fenced, small motor car loads made the trip

bouse, garage and outbuildings.The ] around the lake and a very enjoyabletime Values Low Prices
land corners on large spring was had. Complete Home FurnishersNEkATTRACTION

lake. Very cheap, $1,500. Mrs. Lida Patrick Mann, wife of COMPARE

40 acres, unimproved miles out,


City 1000. and Country ! OUR FURNITUREWe

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.

Time PricesCALL GUS HILL Presents We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

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

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With "Barrels of Fun and Girls" ORLANDO'' ROOFING


Trying to save n few cents by I POSITIVELY! EVERYTHING NEW! 1 ANt
having your work handled by inferior .

Your hands.personal influence is I Mutt and Jeff Get A College Education. The Funniest Show on Earth ; SHEET METAL CO


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Steam LaundryFRENCH i Night Only---Monday, Oct. 11 Cornices Skylights Healing, Ventilating M Hal.Ceilings


DRY CLEANERS PRICES: 25c., 50c., 75c., $1.00 Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
LAUNDERERS
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there la nothing >>
morning. plunge or for the kiddie1 little .t.onge Sentinel Want Ad.
For daddy's the waste of time ui.d effort in trying to heat water for a I Dr FV FV Th :
hot water right at hand. You know great enough to UIi" The ompsonDentist
hot
lath In a kettle or In coaxing the kitchen ftrw into heating! the water in the tank II' SURVEYINGPlating

solution is simple. tun SALE and SubDividingPROMPT

I FOR SALE-Uic'cle, in good condition -
Heat the Water By GasEither can be l bought cheap for cash. AND ACCURATE
Apply CO? East Tine street, or phone WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
004. 10-6-3t--
Water Heater will assure you of having the required sup-
a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas running and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no try- FOR SALE-One cylinder Reo car, HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & O'Neal's
There will be no up
ply at any time needed. health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses new tires, $50; parlor organ, in
insufficient amount or in risking baby's of window Civil Engineer
lot
ing to bathe in an of the piano[ case $50; a
for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible all seasons year. frames, cheap; ice box1; piano
stools, 75c. Tracy's Carpenter Shop,
18 East church. 10-3-Gt- 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla. e---

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good i
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO J-23-tfc condition. Write Box 567. Phone-72


GAS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELl
equipped. 416 Revere street, Con-
OPTOMETRIST"
10-5-12t
cord Park.
-- and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDAWE

:: FOR SALE-Second] hand Ford Touring FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENBX4
car. Inquire of II. R. Berry, corner -
Main and Church streets. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

. . . . . . . . MIMIIIIM MMtMt 111111 H 10-5-tfc ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.McCRACKEN. RZPADIKG

ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; --------
and bath, 2 sleeping
has 7 rooms
heating plant is modern WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange -
porches ;
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, or rent your city and county
all modern. Mrs. Cherry, 106 East property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
Central 9-30-1mo. lull Co., Rock building Room 3. HEADQUARTERS FOR

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE HUt SALE-A avenue. MONEY MAKER 10- -lmoc FlowersLeave
PLANTS Wakefield Caruthers
Furnished 14 room house, on brick PRESTON'S: -
street, arranged for light housekeeping. cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 1100;
Splendid location; large lot. ?1.'J3 for 600; |2.00 per 1,000; post- your orders here
FLORIDA Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave paid. Tomato and eggplants, Fame
V-19-amo price. Large "Favorite" dry land
. .
t.'red I 9II VI I.
banana plants, o far we.Preston a
FOR RENT{) OR SALE, CHEAP Six Pine Castle, Fla. Violet Hell Honst.J.
room cottage, modern, No. 'M'.l: : East 10.Gd&w.ttIIU'lm .
Pine etrcet. Call at No 30f East;
Tine, or Lord & llrud,.haw. 10-3-Otc AND SELLERS:
I buy, sell. rent, and! exchange reel M. CARUTIIERS

' All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- FOIL one QUICK quarter mile SALt from 20 city tiers limit tract; over etate.30 have years resided, l have) 'In Orlando handled, )over't..., Phone 509. 40S South Uk BL

in fine condition at the very lowest very tine fur citrus or nulidivlsion purno $20.000.00(1.( Cnn and we m&.
fruit Trees *.?.*, liuu per ( nu. See Carl Dann 10=fl.3m: .'. A, LKWTER.NUIiSKIlY : .

prices :: :: :: :: U.U.tt : TltlNS---Vdenclas; : Parson .
.'onf.I ..:- "sixty y rhlcktna.ino Drowns, and tangerines; rough I CLINT BASS
tly White Leghorn pullets| C. : lemon, pour and grapefruit Mock. from I
I H.( \Vnlworth Arbor Vlllu, Colonial Hassent'er Hammock Nur*>ery fur pule PHONE 573Wcttjtffcrson I
Urht and East City Limit. lO.7:3t' cheap by!' Henry! W. Smith, Wauchula, 'I Streetussessor

t1a., Route w. --............-0..3.lmoeFresh .- ,
FOR SALE:-Mouse, with all modern rich sweet milk delivered by $ to
conveniences; good delivery or hunt- S, I n. Lee twice a day from Spring!
ing wagon; two seated pony curt; Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. II.Mapruder [Hand Wood CompanyWood
List and lowest brood inure; cheese 'knife; electric number f-83-R.
Description
Send today for Catalog, -- cotfte mill. E.: 11. Gore, Our GroceryCo. 1-3-aO-lmoc l
., 6 and 8 East fine 10.7-31 of All Kinds

prices, to the above address Umbrella 'covered and repaired PROMPT SERVICE
FOR RENT
"while you wait at Younjri Repair

WILL RENT four rooms for housekeeping Shop 21 E. Pine St. RRASOXAULtt PRICP.e

furnished. to man and wife.
Concord YOUNG'S I1I:PMI. SHOP has Installed -
store
. __ ._ .. ._ __ _ _ ._ ._ _ . . . . . . . ... . ,N C'n1lnl Park.C. Ackrc n grocery 107t I an: outside ('ryire.department - -
.TY. - - - - - - - - - -
-- and ii! prepared to give you
FOU KKNT:: Furnhhrtl" l rooms for prompt attention. We have a competent Jacob BurkhardPLUM
|I KACKAKIVS PRESSING CLUB light housckec'ing; nil modern convtnuTiovst. man who will fit key, repair
Located In the Arcade HuHdinu ::tl:2: ;E.: South ulri-tt. your trunk, "r do anything in the re-
1 U-.Ia' j>air line. He U ready to KO at your
All work guaranteed nnd neatly call now. Jut phono ::Q)J.
FOR SALEWill done. Our work is the Iwst FOR: UI'NT: : -A good ten room house, ii.12.1 mac:
the lowest. with modern "ul\\\'ll cnrt'i.'otrul.
and prices arc
: our 1y locatvd; just the thing for hotttd-1 :New crop onion nets Just arrivetl,
I This is the place: to have your log house; located in u prosperous j | ItermiKla, Panvera) unit l Silver Skin. Better Known. "Jake, the Plumber"'
M clothes made new. and growing town; business ro"Oon Full\ line garden, field' and flower
Suit :'ubbed and pressl __75c. ground floor 22-O: ) Apjily{ to W. I. t.ewU. Dean, the Seed and fruInn.,
offer for sale for a few days Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. Story Winter Garden, Fla. .ao-ttc prop. City Drue Store. l-9-2Mmoc:

I Suit pressed ________...__..lOc.I FOR 1f 'Apartment of 5; rooms LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I
the property corner Orange Avenue I, All Palm Beaches scrubbed sleeping porch, bath and cold storage repaired at Orlando Bicycle and HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

1 I and pressed ______._____50c furnished or unfurnished; by Repair Shop. y-8-lmoc
Jackson and Boone Streets known as season or :year; ideal location. Inquire "
..
: suits pressed _____ 25c.
Mohair .
at 100 North Main, or call phone 123.1036tc :!: TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers;
ON WEST PINE STREET. JUST
do ladies' work also. Give fitted locks repaired -
We
repaired; keys ;
for I
the skating rink property, $26,000. us a trial and be convinced. I ; anything in the repair line is
I called for and delivered. FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle -i our line. Just phone 304, Young's ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 year I Clothes furnished or unfurnished, by Repair Shop, and our man will call
I Phone 613. the season month or :year with garage at once. 9-l2-lrnoc -
1 : I garden. fruits and flowers. Apply
and interest: at six per cent. to J. F.: Watkins.: 9-21-lmoc WANTED

!FOR RENT By the season month ANTED-\liddle aged lady, withno I Phone 204

or year, one upstairs flat for light children, to cook and keep house
FORD D TIRESFront housekeeping; also other rooms, and for two men in country residence, I
garage electric lights and bath in three-fourths mile from city; must be A. B. Cook & Co.
C.A.HOVEY house. Apply 300 East Concord ave. good cook and tidy. Address R. O. C.,
9-10-tfc care of the Sentinel. 10-5-6t-
i Christ Building, Orlando.
\ $6.75Rear TO FORD OWNERS: SALESMEN-Experienced, with good
I will receive this week a shipmentof records. Attractive proposition for
!8.25' Ford auto tops complete, at a top the right man. Positions open for I INVESTMENTS, LOANS
---- cover price. Will this interest you? some now; other vacancies later. .
- -- If not, will a Ford crank locking de- Give full particulars of your past STOCKS AND
first." Prices quotedon work and references in first letter.
vice "Safety
Want Ad l GOODENJACKSON{ AND application. R. L. Holland. Address, The Thomas Advertising
Try a Sentinel I AVENUE 10-5-6tc Service, Tampa, Florida. 10-5-6tc I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL

_
Mr. T. C. Parker, of Jacksonville
tate agent for Coca-Cola, is spending
today in Orlando on business.Mr. .

Travel in Panama S. Runge, one of Sanford's
and everywhere on American leading business men, is in Orlando
territory, is simplnud by "A.B.A."
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are today looking after business matters.
accepted like currency by strangers, wiiere a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These RIDE in Hamrick's
cheques Jitney Bus
business are a.lf-identilying. We recommend them to all who travel, for hour, 12 miles for SOc. 8-28-tfc one
or pleasure. SHUT

The State Bank of Orlando Messrs. Phil M. Elder and W. H.
Williams, representative citizens of
Sanford, were among the visitors to
Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

F. C. Balls, the well known THIS MONTH RIGHT
YJ4wq'i contractor of Arcadia, who has been
visiting Orlando, returned home yesterday -
afternoon.

Fish and oysters received daily.
II. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
Deposit all the money

Mr. M. H. Smith, one of the leadng -
and well known citizens of Plymouth you receive: pay for ev-

'w14 looked after business matters ervfrriinrf hv rherk. Set
in the county metropolis vesterday. ;

aside a definite
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c amount

AiIPtHUPMOBILE! '818tfMessrs. for the future: Bank

R. R. Roper and J. B. Gregory with
popular and prominent citizens us.
of Winter Garden, were among the c
siness transactors visiting Orlando
esterday.;

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for
you. 8-12-tf The Peoples National Bank

Mr. W. E. Rotidie, who has been
absent from Orlando all summer, a "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
portion of which was spent in Coffee -
.Miss., returned to the city >es-
terday afternoon.


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
ltf-18-tf

"Where there's Mrs. Adele Harden and little granddaughter
Louise Marshall, who have
life there's Hupp"J. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L.Terry
at their home on Lake street, returned

yesterday afternoon to Tampa. MMMIIIIMIMitfcH* M

How much did you save last month
P. HOLBROOK, Dealer in cash or Savings Checks? S-12-tl

Mrs. C. R. Carter and daughter,
Mrs. Neva Burdge, returned to Orlando
yesterday afternoon from Tam
pa where they have been visiting relatives -
__ weeks.and friends for the past three OAKLAND ROADSTER



At the Rink SKATING matinee BEARS Friday and Sat Top Windshield
for urday every at one.3 o'clock. Admission l1082tcAfter lOc good running condition i j


a two months visit with relatives $150 cash takes it.
and friends at hooter Rove Kot-
tape, near Rock lake, Miss Elizabeth
Brady left yesterday afternoon over
the Coast Line for her home in Ladoga


JUST RECEIVED CAR How, Ind.much did you ave last month San Juan Garage Company i

LOAD OF in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross, of New
Smyrna, spent a portion of yesterday Orlando- Day tonaM
Touring Cars in Orlando with relatives and friends
Mrs. Ross is a sister of the late Mrs
Julia Griffin, and was in Kissimmeeto
$482.00 Delivered attend the obsequies.


Get your next shave at the Standard
F. G. RUSH 18-21-tf

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Belo, prominent Ullillt -
32 East Church Street Phone winter
226 visitors to Orlando, arrived -
yesterday afternoon over the
Coast Line from Winston-Salem, XC. MMM fr
., where they spent the summer. As

the usual Wyoming.they will make their home at Who Will Be Your Executor?



Deposit your Savings Checks and ANSWER NO. 2
let them earn 4 per cent interest for
you. 8-12-tl Your estate may be materially impaired as a ; rl +. ;
Mill direct result of the appointment of an executor

Mr. J. B. Sweet, a former well or trustee. 4fy ; iy ;A ,a ; .a'
C known resident of Orange county, When an individual is appointed
who has been absent for the
past The financial responsibility is generally weaker. .
three f
years, dividing his time between _
Jacksonville and Tampa, was It is usually provided in wills that the person i q a Y
ni the city yesterday from Pine Castle nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ,, ,
; '
where he is from giving bonds. Vr
visiting relatives and fy '

La Valliers friends. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense T'} 1 '

of the estate, and then only partial secuc ,"rf ..
Standard Barber
Shop is
,
sanitary
18-21-tf rity against loss is provided.
9r
'
Solid gold la vallieres with chain, set with small, gen When a Trust Company is selected: 'C

uine diamonds and real pearls; in a number of artistic Mr. Franklin Sheen, a former pop The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
ular citizen of Orlando but who has is secured. .t
designs. Marked specially low at 8.00. As quantity is been making his home the I .
on East
A bond which has behind it the entire financial
limited it would be well for you to make early selection. Coast, at West Palm Beach, passed strength of the Institution is always filed with n #
through Orlando yesterday morning the Probate Court car n cost to the estate. 4 !
en route to his home from Kissimmee
where he had been to attend the last Answer No. 3 wfll appear a subsequent issue ;
r sad rites of his mother-in-law, Mrs of this newspaper. Ee""t' _
Julia Griffin. Mr. Sheen has recently
t ,
; L' F
returned from a lengthy trip to New t
Come in anime '
and ly ask for further
t. ,
Mexico where he went for the benefit i
information on this :
T. H. of his health. His hopes were fully You are always welcome, importan.our office's are always :- ,
EVANSJEWELER realized, as the warm, dry, equable glad to advise. r ,l
climate of the Southwest proved very s-+w
beneficial.

DoctorsQiickuiaster The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


&:; Bnindagt; Orlando* Florida

OSTEOPATHS
at Personal Kirksville instruction, Mo. under Dr. StE Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00g

132 S. Orange Ave.. above People.
National Bank. Phone 578.
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