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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 9, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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Volume ID: VID00530
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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VOLUME THKEE.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915.:
NUMBER 206.





SERBIA-BULGARIA RUPTURE COMPLETE ;






B. & 0. TRAIN ROBBERS GET $1,000,000 ,



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NISH VISITED BY BOMB DROPPERS S CHAMPAGNE ROBBRY: WAS WElL PLANNED FOR WOMAN


I HITS 4 OF THEM FLUKES

Situation in Balkans Still Holds' CONTINUES Yeggs Duck for Ohio River ;

Attention of
World's EeOther Instead of (Heading for SUFFRAGE

News From the Florida, Which Is Joyful | I

.Theatre of WarCONSTANTINOPLE PUILLIES P 3.1
NO- Tidings WILL VOTE OCT. 19 AS PRIVATE WON GAME
I
. . . . . + + + Parkersburg. Va., Oct. 8.-ln CITIZEN AT N. J. _

** PRICE IS TilE .+ BY PARIS true "Wild West" style two daring I ELECTION + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I -

bandits held and robbed the PHILLIES WON
up fast + "FARMERS' DAY" A DISAP- + I BECAUSE

+* Czar Paris Ferdinand Oct.-8.The of Bulgaria reward for of ++ CAPTURE FORTS T AND TRENCHES S miles Baltimore west &of Ohio Central mail, West train Virginia a few r IT IS NOr PARTY ISSUE, HE SAY S I I ++ !T\IEXT-nUT WERE: HAPPY FANS ++ I OF AMAZING: GOOD

LUCK
early today and got away with booty, i j .
+ his +
throwing country into the
+ camp of the Germanic allies is to + Penetrate German Second Line mostly paper currency, which is believed j Opposes Settling It by National + "Farmers' Day in this.section +
to total
+ be Constantinople and a corona. + of Defense-British Ap :Neither the passengers$1,000,000. nor the ex- | Amendment-Suffrage ++ was a disappointment from the + THE OUTFIT CARRIED HORSESHOES
weather
+ tion in Sancta standpoint. It rained +
Sophia for which +
pear to lie on the press car, which was declared to have Leaders + and
+ he hoped in vain in 1912, + AreJubilant then rained-the farmers +
+ Mehmed Cherif Pasha saysGen. an + Defensive contained $2,000,000 in gold were dis 'I + did not come to town and their + 19,363 Fans Witnessed "Kid"Shore

+ exiled leader of the Radical Turk turbed. A posse headed by United 4 city cousins did not hike to the + Go Down to Defeatin
London Oct. 8. States marshals with horses and automobiles +
After wilds.
It
+ party, in the Matin. + successfully Washington, Oct. President Wit was a good day never- + Pathetic :
resisting all the is searching through this I + GameMany"Bones"
German attempts to theless, 'cause the Quakers did +
+ "The Young Turks have sold + son has announced that he will vote
shatter their offensive, the French i in section for the robbers who are believed + the Bean Eaters.-One Pulled
+ Constantinople to Bulgaria" he for the woman suffrage state consti- up Sen- +
the Champagne district to have made for the Ohio +
+ today further tinel Scribe. "But the tables + I
says, "with the pledge of rece v- + tutional amendment in New Jersey at
exetnded their conquest on a front river. + will turn today.-Another Sentinel + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ the
ing exchange Russia's Asiatic + special election October -
19. In
4 stretching eastward from Hill!! No. 119 The robbery was carefully planned 4 Scribe. (This "house is di- + I 1 + Philadelphia, Oct. 8..-Probably *
possessions Egypt and all of and doing so, he declared, he will act not j 1 I
at Tahure went through without a hitch. + + the pitchers tomorrow will
capturing two forts and vided be +
against itself"
+ North Africa, always assuming, + as the leader of the Democratic on world +
several and After rifling the mail car the rob party + Chalmers or Risey for Philadelphia +
trenches series.
penetrating the How's ? + -
of that + but yours )
course Germany and her as a private citizen. The presi
+ allies win the war." salient protecting the German second bers escaped. dent said: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,4 and Leonard or Foster for +
} line of defense. One hundred valuable registeredmail + Boston The rest of the lineup +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + "I intend to vote for woman suffrage
The German works known as the packages and ninety packages of in New WORLD SERIES PLAYED AT I + will be the same as today. +

"trapeze" are substantially oppositethe unsigned bank notes ith a face value Jersey because I believe LUCERNE THEATREThe ,+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Serbia via London, Oct. 8.-The of than that the time has come to extend that
more $300,000
were taken.
very point where the
Germans
diplomatic rupture between Serbia The privilege and responsibility to women (By Frank G. Menkc.
have been currency was being sent from )
and Bulgaria is complete. The foreign attempting by bombardment of the state, but I shall vote not first game of the world series
as Philadelphia Oct.
and assault Washington to banks in the :Middle 8.-Alexander
to dent the
French
office has handed his the leader of was won by Philadelphia yesterday,
passportsto West. my party in the nation pitted his mighty right
front and arm againstthe
the Bulgarian minister. thereby further expose thnewly e but only upon my private convictionas the score being Philadelphia 3, Bos- red hosed diamond warriors from
acquired advanced French po ton 1. Play by play the was
game
citizen
BRITISH SUBMARINE a in New Jersey, called Boston this afternoon and the
sition at Tahure -G.\\"E NOWARNING" Phil!
Berlin, Oct. 8.-(Wireless to Say- Hill was the sceneof I upon by the legislature to his ticked off to a goodly number of base_
express lies aided by "break"
I in the
what the Paris every
war office terms ball fans the
today at Lucerne
theatre
"ille.-A
declaration of conviction at the yesterday -
Bulgaria's polls. I think that
the
as a "new and noticeable" game, won first world series clash
intention to enter the war with Germany progress Berlin.-"The German steamer Svi- New Jersey will be greatly benefited afternoon, starting at one 3 to 1.
<<
and her allies is Lyf : o'clock. The game was played in one
contained i in onia was shelled in rife Baltic sea by th.hhange. In the presence of 19,363 fans and

what is described as a Bulgarian man Simultaneously the British in the a British submarine without previous "My position in regard to the way hour"and fifty-eight minutes and it fanettes the invincibility of Alxi.
sector
at Loos likewise -
ifesto, as given out here the were successful in which this required only a few minutes more
today
by warning, the Overseas News Agency great question should der in the pinches, the scintillating
though theirs
Overseas News Agency. is the defensive be handled is well known. than that time to have the game
role. declares today. "The submarine j i I believe support at critical moments, and a"Lone"
adds the news agency, "first flew the I I that it should be settled by the states staged in Orlando. Today at the same by shortstop Scott of the Red

London, Oct. .-A message to the DODGED) QUIT FORD'S German flag and then the British." and not by the national government, hour Messrs. Wright and Tallman Sox, and the amazing luck throughout -

Times states that the Greek government CANADIAN and that in no circumstancec shouldit will present the second game. Comes these factors the Philliesthe
gave
has decided to issue a declara- COMPANYDetroit WILL BE IN CHARGE OF CONSTRUCTION be made a party question, and thi early and get a good seat. A small victory.No .

tion of its attitude of "benevolentneutrality" \lich.--John : view has grown stronger at every admission fee is charged to help pay team has ever been favored in
F.
toward the entente pow- Dodge and turn of the agitation." expenses.The .
Horace E. a world series fracas as were the Phil-
era. Dodge who held 10 percent G. R. Ramsey, county engineer, will Suffrage Leaders Rejoice game by innings yesterday fol- lies this afternoon. The field
of the wasSOfg
stock of the Ford Motor
lows
have charge of the construction workon The :
women suffrage leaders think and treacherous from the
) rains
Nish, via London, Oct. 8.-An aero- company of Canada given to them by the bricked highway leading from the president's declaration is the most I First Inning Boston: No runs one
Thursday, to this
Henry Ford on the organization of hit, no errors. Philadelphia: No runs, yet seemingly unfavorable
plane coming from Bulgaria this af- the Orange county line into Kissim- important utterance he has ever
condition
hits do
the Canadian no no errors. the Phillies
in 190C
ternoon dropped bombs Nish kill- company threw mee through Osceola. The work will made. Members .
on their holdings the of the National Woman Second Inning-Boston: No runs, owe four of the five hits they made,
ing five persons and wounding two on martcet Tuesday start in the near future. Suffrage Association are delighted one hit, no errors. Philadelphia: No and
this
to
and through ]II. W. they owe all of their three
Noble & Co., of runs, no hits
thers. It then returned safely to with every word of it, for they are _ no _errors.
runs.
Detroit received $1,625 a share for 5.000 IRON CROSSES Third inning-isoston: AO runs,one
Bulgaria. 510 shares, a total of 828750. It is BESTOWED fighting for votes for women through hit no errors. Philadelphia: No runs, To Alexander goes the laurel
state constitutional amendments. one hit (Alexander), no errors. wreath that
EXPORTS OF JAPANESE GOLD understood that Kissel, Kinnicutt & Berlin-More than five thousand Fourth Inning-Boston: No runs, belongs to victory yet

TV Vr: '. 511.561,000; 1ti Co., of New York, acquired an interest Iron Crosses of the first class have WILL ERECT ATTRACTIVE BUN- one hit (Gardner), no errors. the youthful Ernie Shore actually out-

EIGHT )1UNT11STokio.Exports in the stock through NoMe & Co. been conferred on German, AMS.>VCV>- 4:1: .'LW Philadelphia\ : One run, two hits no pitched the .phenom of the National
WTWCS. V;).&Wexl s\w' .Ui-; Cta.va.tK sacrificed League. No youngster
Ford and the Canadian and ever displayed
government Hungarian Turkish officers and
him to second; Luderus out,
of Japanese gold are now at odds, owing to Ford's an- soldiers for exceptional military exploits Two very attractive bungalows of Paskert taking third; WhittecJ, the greater copfness gameness or more

to the United States in payment for tagonism to the Anglo-French loan. according to the Overseas the Kentucky type will be shortly Florida Cracker, singled Paskert stuff in a classy baseball duel than

cotton purchased there amounted to Toronto has boycotted the Ford car News Agency. erected for Orlando folks material scoring with first run; Xeirhoff up; did this big right hander from Bos-

$17,3G:>.000 between January 1 and and there has been much speculationas being placed on the grounds yester- Paskert Fifth: Inning stole second Boston; Xeirhoff: No runs out., one ton, and his defeat always must rankas

August 20 of this year, an increaseof to how much further the Canadians I O. II. S. DEFEATS KISSIMMEE day. One of them is for Mrs. Emma hit *Shore), no errors. Philadelphia: one of the most pathetic featuresin

$6,001.000 over the corresponding may go in showing their resent Woodvho will have it erected on her Xo runs, no hits, no errors. a world series.
ment. The The Orlando high school football Sixth Inning Boston: No runs, one Shore pitched a game that would
period of last year. This is attrib- earnings of the Canadian I lot near Lake Cherokee; the other is hit (HoblitzeM I, Philadel-

uted generally to demoralization of company last year were 12,000,000 on team went to Kissimmee yesterday j for :\lr. J. J. Giles, and will! be builton phia: No runs no no hits errors., no errors. have won 99: battles out of 100, but

exchange between New York and 1000000. afternoon and defeated the local eleven an attractive site near Rock lake. Seventh Inning-Boston: No runs luck was against him. The "kid" allowed -

London, where Japanese specie is re- At the Ford works 150 men were vb a (fro score. I The contractor is Mr. J. L. Long. one hit Larry( ) no errors. Philadelphia only five hits and four of them
: No runs no hits, no errors. were infield flukes. six times
served and where trade balances laid off coincident with the Dodge Eighth Inning Boston Only
: Speaker
would have been settled in ordinary sale, but General Manager McGregor walked; Hoblitzel out; Speaker took during the game were his twisters

times. declared this was only because supplies Engagement Ring Bought For i iWilson's second; Lewis singled to left scoring- hoisted to the outfield and only one

[ had run short. Speaker. Score tied. Lewis went to of them fell safe. That was a "Texas

second on the play. Gardner out. leaguer" hit by Paskert back of first

. The King Of Italy FUTURE OF MEXICO MAY BE Fiancee Yesterday Philadelphia run, one hit: Stock no errors.walked with base in the fourth inning.

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + DECIDED TODAY-JOY! out: Bancroft hit. Stock at sec-

+ Washington, Oct. 8.-President Wilson White House at Cornish, N. II., abouta ond Cravath; Paskert hit walked to short, filling, out; the at bases first;, 8,000 Greeks Will

+ HORSE ON WHICH HE WAS + Washington, Oct. 8.-Representatives accompanied by his fiancee, :Mrs.\ month ago. The president had Stock scoring on play; Bancroft on + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
in Washington of Carranza and Norman Gait, and third, Paskert at second Luderus sin
+ RIDING WOUNDED BY SHELL members of his hoped to have a protracted stay at ; +
+ + Villa are anxiously awaiting the outcome family, left for New York today Cornish, but owing to developmentsin s-led scoring Bancroft; Paskert on *
third Whitted Luderus +
; up; caught W. VA. OPERATORS CRAZED +
+ + 4 + + + + 4 + + 4 + 44 + of the Pan-American conference where the party will be entertainedby the international situation, he felt napping. Two runs, two hits, no er- + AS GREEK RESERVISTS +
GO
tomorrow upon which the future of Col. E.1.. House, the president's it necessary to return to Washington.After rors.Ninth +
Has Narrow EscapeUdine Mexico largely depends. The Carran- close friend, tonight at a theatre their arrival Inning- Boston: Barry +
par- in New York
struck out; Henrickson' batting for + .f.+ + + + + + + + + + + +
zistas are confident that they will win ty in honor of the
announcement of late today, the time before dinner Cady safe at first on fumble Ruth
;
Italy, Oct. 8.-It was learned the fight, and the Villistas, althoughnot the president's engagement.An probafily I will be spent by the presi- batting for Shore out at first; Hen- Leave Coal MinesCharleston

here that King Victor Emmanuel who expressing any great confidencein unusually large crowd awaited dent in purchasing an engagementring rickson at second; Hcoper flied out to

the success of their cause, hope the president's arrival at the union and first. No runs, no hits, no errors.R. .
from the outset of the war has re- I I an automobile ride with II. E. T-Va., Oct. 8.-With

mained close to the firing line, encouraging that a definite recognition of Carranza station where the party boarded the Mrs. Galt. I. Boston _____-000000010-1 8 1 the issuance of orders by Greece for

his troops by his example, will be postponed a few weeks presidential car. Many women were Returning Washington Saturday Philadelphia 00 01 0002 x-3 5 1 reservists to return. West Virginiacoal
within which time they hope to make in the throng, to catch
recently had a narrow escape from eager a morning the party will stop off at operators are frantic. They have
death one more effort to inflict a defeat glimpse of the engaged pair. The Philadelphia PLEASE REPORT WASHOUTSPROMPTLY
to witness the
or wounds by an Austrian shell. second not recovered altogether from the
The king left his automobile at the upon the Carranza army. Secretary president reached the station first. i game in the world baseball championship blow received when the Italian
reservists
end Lansing is believed to be ready to let riding from the White House in
of series.
a road an After the the
and I
went forward game par- called
on Commissioner S. A. Johnson requests were leaving the operatorswith
it be known that this automobile
horseback to join a body of troops friendly to the Carranza government is Bones. with his cousin Miss ty will return here on a special train. : that all property owners en- more than 6,000 fewer men with
cause even
who were about to attack an Aus- The engagement continued to be which to their mines in this
list their support towards helping the operate
if actual recognition is to be Mr. Wilson
trian withheld went to the president'sreception the
position. At all-absorbing of
a point which has topic conversa- officials state.
city by reporting
promptly
since been until Carranza gets a firmer grasp of room to await the arrival of tion here
named "The today. Aside from the fact The
King's Spur, the situation.ISSTALLATIOX. all washouts which may occur in or recall of the Greeks will dam-
Mrs
Galt. Mrs. Galt and her mother that the
because of the
incident wedding will take in
place
an Austrian materially the for
around or upon the city and the age prospects a
shell burst near him appeared soon and after a smilinsr the next two months either at the
and splinters streets. The heavy rains recently large shipment of coal from now on
wounded the OF BARACA greeting the president escorted m> Galt
horse he resident in of the Wash-
or one
was riding. until the lake closes and will
OFFICERS have caused trouble and the city of- I season ,
His staff begged him to retire but bride-to-be down the long platform to I ington churches to be followed by a ficials have been rushed making prevent"the railroads from bringingup
repairs -
the king called for another the private car, raising his hat in re- short honeymoon trip little informa_
horse and The installation of new officers of their tonnage to the marks of oth-
rode forward to a point from sponse to the ripple of hand clapping.; tion has been divulged.
which the Baptist Baraca class will take er years. _
he his This trip marks President Wilson'sfirst The
saw soldiers charge White House executive force
and carry place at the morning service tomor- More of that 50c. library edition. Approximately 8,000 Greeks will
from the
holiday
of
the cares office
Austrian position. almost
was with
row. swamped congratulatory Good reading. New books in stock. leave the mines of West Virginia
his
since return from the
-
summer telegrams. Curtis & O'Neal music store. within the next few weeks.HMORNISENTINE .




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FOR BETTER __I- isiu t.
THE DAILY ABIES. IA Poem For The DayMY

South Florida SentinelMORNING (Indianapolis Star)

AND WEEKLY It was Oliver Wendell Holmes who CONSCIENCEJames HYACINTHS TULIPSWe

<*, !:. GLENN .." .......,.........,Editor of child
W C. ESSI.NGTON .,..,,BHMHCM M.n. rr said that the education a ( Whitcomb Riley) ,
should begin a hundred years beforehe Sometmes? my Concience says, say: ; he.Don't .
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Flor- "
ida. .. Second Clan Mail Matter. is born but it is not necessaryto you know me? 1
And I, says I, skeered through ano
SUBSCRIPTION RAILS: wait a hundred years to see the through wish to announce that in addition to our regular Seed Stock, we have added all;; km.: !is Oi
... ...................
Daily. 1 tear '$.00 of the enlightenment I IYou
? effect on children "Of course I do, Flower Bulbs,-Hyacinths, Tulips, Freesias, Narcissus Oxalis and other bulbs.
Daity. ( Month ...................... 2.60
Dail7. S Month ...................... 1.25 of parents.A air a nice chap ever' way,
Pail7. 1 Month .................'..... .60 You make me cry-you make me I
child with a long line of ancestors
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 who have been endowed with And all pray them, good things thataway- I Bulk Garden SeedWe

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN health, strength and intelligence and That is, at NIGHT. Where do you

ADVANCETO whose successive generations have stayDunn' "
the ?
ADVERTISERS been reared in a way to maintain day have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows,-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, Early

these qualities, is fortunate, indeed; And then my Conscience says: onc't Winningstadt: Cabbage, Surehead Cabbage Snow Ball Cauliflower, Red Wethersfield Onion Seed, White
Cpr '.'.display and all other handsetWertisinf but the newly acquired wisdom of more, Milan Turnip, White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Globe Turnip, Amber Globe Turnip, Yellow Aberdeen Turnip -
gx kc liande IB at UM kaiineuffict "
.( the Sentinel not liter than I p. B, parents who have no such valuable "You" know" me, shore? Seven Top Turnip, Rape, Italian Rye Winter Barley, Alaska, Champion England and Marrofat
0 I, tremblin'
UM day Ware paktkttioB. Thit rule applieito results in yes, says a faint English Peas, Cow Horn TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce Wood's Let-
ekar. for contract adverti, .in.: it U heritage, shows immediate "You're jes' a saint! Cabbage
biT.riaMe a.d will M strictly adhered to. their children. Therefore, the crusade Your ways is all so holy-right, tuce, Long Danver Carrots, etc.
now being conducted in behalf I love you better ever' night We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get fresh
Svbacriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued You come around-'tel plum daylight, garden seed.
should notify the office in writing on of better babies will prove its bene- When you air out of sight."
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be
eoBtinue.. at the rvlv subscription rate*. fits not only a hundred years hence,
ontii notice to top u receded. this and next The And then my Conscience sort of grits
Telephone Nanh-r .......,..,..,.." .." It but year year. His teeth, and spits
will it. DE..8. N
baby of today profit by
On his two hands and grabs, of .
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915An'how It used to be considered that the course,

fact of motherhood brought with it Some old remorse The Drug and Seed Man
And beats me with the big butt-end Proprietor
there's no danger of Czar skill in caring for babies, that the
0' that thing-'tel my closest! friend<
Nicholas petting promoted. maternal instinct was more trustworthy 'Ud hardly know me. "Now" says he.
o than scientific wisdom, but "Be keerful as you'd ort to be I CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
and And ALLUS think o' me!"
physicians and nurses!, even unprofessional -
Great Britain should not kick on
the Zeppelin raids. She needs themto observers, know Letter FLORIDA
stimulate enlistment.. now. The untrained mothers who LOANSIf
pacify their six months old infants you wish to buy, build, or repair
o house. making city
our we arc Home
It is a popular vcudon for floating, with dill pickles or allow them to onnft. A. li. Cook & Co., Orlando.
rink from tattles in which the milk -10-121C
when it to floating
CRpecially comes the "Illa'BNI/ING": : : HUSTON) tt".I.I.I. . .
has poured or permit hclpl: ** unortunuU'H -
loan of numerous "dead broke" foreign ,
to lie with the run stnrinu: COOK) & HAAS. ,
governments.
: In their i-yen-then* mothers nwui Agents, will Attend to your fire insurance Boston, "In ..-While the main :

well by their children, they wish themto promptly. Christ building. part of the Atlantic fleet, was engagedin '
I'rof. Tuft, spurning the cheap enticements live, they love them passionately' -JMTlmocand) war maneuvers along the entireAtlantic :
of politics, has chosen the and they'mourn despairingly! when ----- ------ -, -- - -- coast, u detachment of tor- I :

ascetic role of high priest for Lie they die. exhibits. Anemic infanta are not pedo boat destroyers was detailed to- !; NEW SWEET POTATOES35c

business and the railroads.The For they do die in appalling num. exclusive products of back alleys, and day to participate in a mimic attack i :

o hers, these little unfortunate victims the mothers on our produdest thoroughfares on the coast defenses of Boston. '

corn cup is not exactly a fail- of maternal i ignorance, and it is to may find much to enlighten This war "game" was distinct from : peck Saturday Special
ure, but the American people will teach these mothers a better way that them by following the program of the the larger operation.

have to worry along until next har- the prize contests and other educational week They should at least encour-

vest on three billion bushels. efforts of "baby week" have age the commendable movement.

--0- been arranged. Nor is it only the Fire InsuranceCOOK
A Los Angeles traffic officer was mothers in the circles of so. i
poorer Remembers our Big Sale continues until next Tuesday.See .
discharged from the force for buyinga ciety that may profit by the lectures
cake of ice and standing on it dur- $5.75STATE our large bills and show windows for BargainsWE
----- --------- & BAAS Agents
I.ing a hot day. ,

-o Christ Building HAVE A GOOD LINE OF VEGETABLESWE
Now the that the rail-
comes report
roads are unable to obtain cars What do you CAMPNear ---

enough to carry the freight that is
being offered them. hope for in a ( Jacksonville) FIELD'SCHOCOLATE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

o varnish ? AND RETURNVIA
Haled before Judge G. P. Baer for

being drunk. Henry Smith, Chagrin
Falls, was released when he told the Our Grocery CompanyTwo

Cleveland court he "must get home to AtlanticStandard Coast Line

milk his thirteen cows" HE Phones: 3 and 200
VANILLA

Boston seats for o the world series A WON Railroad of the South TUTI FRUTI 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

will range in price from 50 cents to 'to
lROssEs
GUAVAICE
I
$5.; Box seats will sell for the latter ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE

sum and the far bleachers for the MATCHES CREAMS.

former. Grand stand seats will sell II III 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,
for $3.What. Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6,
7,12,13,14
o AUTO LUNCHESA
is needed now is a collapsible With limit of October 30th.

automobile that can he pulled back When you buy varnish for your Extension limit to November SPECIALTYCLUB
into shape after it hits an electric floors you hope that it will improvethe 29th may be secured by deposit-
Meat Market Inc.FULLY
the Cleveland Leader. appearance of those floors and Yancey
light pole, says that it will be durable. ing ticket with Union Ticket .

o Agent, Jacksonville, and payment SANDWICH 25c:, PAID UP
sold for
much that is
An ingenious Texan has discovered Unfortunately
of fee of 50c.
floor varnish won't realize that hope
a use for bats. They were created to for you.Lawson's. T. A. YANCEY Jr.. Pres and M2r.

And who knows but FLORIDA
eat mosquitoes. Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish ORLANDO
what created to feed has a wonderful.deep,lustrous finish. It is
mosquitoes were easily applied because it works easily. It For Information Call on We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
the bats? U unequalled will not
scratch white.OitdaU dust- W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. and Delivered for All
o free in from five to seven tours and gets Florida and Western Meats +
W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A.
Anyhow, it's kind of a dirtymeantrick hard in twenty-four hours. Occasions

to cause some motorists to equip As capacity for economy.that is wonderful.Lustra has a covering Orlando Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.

their cars with dimmers and permit Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor ---
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
others to go scot free in flagrant and Varnish'. at our risk returnable U unsnu-
f / Business (135 P. O. BOX 36I
defiance of the law. PHONES
open 0 .ory.lade by Valentine & Col a., "YoursRespectfully" Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

Franklin, N. J., has the highest Manufacturers of
paid policeman in the state. lIe receives -
ALSP AR and 111i +
$1,500 a year and has nothingto

do but break up fights between foreigners VAL-ENAMEL

: who quarrel over the Euro- I The Max et
D Is your stationery of the kind to
pean war.
-o -- All to be had at command respect when you OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

STAR BEAMS. FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
The business of the palmist is along write the above words at the
STORE FRESH AND SALT MEATS

various Most lines.ragtime ballads sound like Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts 11i : close of your letter? Our Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

swearing set to music. -- -- --- J Highland Linen is correct stationery Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

It's easier for a shiftless man to and pure.
make friends than to make good.If When In A for correct people but We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. havee'"el'"thing

things were reversed so we could sold at amoderate price. It really in the Meat Line.

all start at the top, it would only bea

matter of time until there would be HurryThe IlliIILlOOIID\ looks like 50c., but costs only IT. 1\4: Self <& c.PRONE O.I .

just as big:; a crowd at the bottom. 35c.Ve have a variety of
o I NO. 80 PINE STREET

We are informed that the hotel best place to eat is at the!Hil II1llIllWI? shapes and sizes.BRANCH .
blotter advertising solicitors have already -

put in an appearance. Manyof Model.
Y these and other advertising: work \V. S. ,
With all the machinery
schemes will be offered from now on
V to our business men-principally so ing right at regular meal hour, THE ARCADE pOOl[ AND MUSIC STOREBring
CHALMERS AGENCYNew
those soliciting: can make enough to I ---
it is possible for us to turn outa
: rend their winter in Florida. Who t II . 1111 1111 . . II . 1111 II 11111111 II II 11111111 .
will bite?-Tropical Sun. West Palm dinner or a supper every 30(
Beach. Chalmers 6-40-7 passenger will arrive about the
4 0 seconds, which is going some. Your
20th.
I RUSSIAN PRISONERS SATISFIED All short orders served as
We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
Berlin.The hundreds of thousands
j of Russian prisoners employed as promptly as nature of order will Poultry; problems to us. We claim to be able to help you

farm laborers in Germany are as a permit.By solve them in the most economical way.
rule very content with their lot and
t many of them declare that they do serving the greater quantity Insist upon your merchant sending you Tampa

not like to return to Russia after the of oysters we always have Special for Hen Feed. We will furnish it to him and AUTO MING STATION
t 4 war. Although they are almost unguarded -
i they seldom try to escape. them fresh. there is none bettec

Near Insterburg recently three ot Our regular 25c meals and Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
sixty prisoners who were working on
15c. specials are best for those
a large farm disappeared and they I I PHONE 447
could not be found by the two "land- in a hurry. I The Co-Operative Produce Co.

sturmers" who acted as guards. The I
fugitives were finally discovered in a ; ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447illlllllllllMMMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM

corn wife field of a by game Mrs.keeper.Hedwig Rosner, the TheModel Cafe I 11111 11111 Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsI'


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COXWAY ITEMS I I As to the players, there's little to| Guests registering at the San Juan 1.11 . . . . . . . II II II II . II II II II II " 111 II . . . . . II . " .
be said that hasn't been said. Every i hotel yesterday included R. L. Tignor,
w Conway Fla., Oct. 7.-:Mr. R. T.I|fan should know the enviable record Zanesville, Ohio; H. P. Crook, G. II.
Peel, one of our most substantial citizens -i,of Alexander the Great. He holds Crocker, Baltimore; Dorsey T. Davis, ,
was out calling on friends in the record for pitching the greatest Henry O. Crowley, T. O. Rouse, Lo "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j
different sections of Conway and re-j i number of few-hit games in the National Tyler, I. M. Turner, C. S. Broward, :
ports fine conditions and bright prospects [I League since the pitching distance T, P. Tolan, II. E. Hare, W. M. Coble. '
for the future. He is receiving was changed in 1898. Alexander I Jacksonville; Hugh It Leech, J. T 7c?r e,+
many orders and delivering his fine) has to his credit 1C games wherehe Johnson, L. Wellhou'e, Atlanta; John Unless Budded
buds to hew and old customers He held the opposition! to four hitsor M. Carlisle, Gainesville! ; F. W. Moses. ,
called on Mr. W. J. Conol). who is'' less. |1M. W. Collins, It. S. ldttl le. \\". II I'' 1 i
still confined to the house though hot I' In five reasons in the NationalLeague Hart. Philadelphia} Mrs. It. A.1 arne-. : from Bearing

tulferlhtf no much )pain He Halted Alexander has! .pitched 33: ho Pfllatkfl! A. J. StebHh, $Bhhnh, : .
the )outin grove of C. 15.: t'intt who run (gamed, an average of pp\en tt Mr!. A. ililyttfd and| imh, t Ilr It t I : -
.purchased nil hid tire tit him and set I'!' season Walter Juhhwn' ha* .pitchedan DUhop A. 1I"lr-lI. W. 1 I. u'Iltich t trees of a known
out l la.t winter. They ate fine anal\ l')' average of sin tm=fun games a tea* |Ilhl-If'1\1\1; It. II. Ihll, O.ttla, 1..IltI ,
healthy\ sank t anal have amass a t1'trruuUt I'' 'SMII .Meander hart. 11 ixunm! gamed! .\I"I\*tI, A. E:, Hulme W u J, torn" 1 :
Mr. I'@"I I iU.@rv@d> the 1 to hU credit this summer. That reeurd If, 11 llutfhiii-u, and J, J, Ik'Irtck,
ft'liili that tae rome to him l to y hU 1h"1| u: eM'vlleil I in the old National Tampa.' Quantity and

Tfcy and perevvcrane@ under every League 1 by only one pitcher.' In that, (

difficulty, but more than all hu fair I'(he !season of 1t t-l, Jimmy ialvm I No individual with anything to Ml\\

and square dealing pitched 1: no.run victories: at the old trade can successfully find a buyer Quality of Pro-
\\'e can boast of a new enterprise' pitching distance. 10' trader without the aid of the Sen
that will be very welcome to our II It is generally expected that after want ads. Remember that its
farmers A grist mill has been set up pitching tomorrow Alexander will beheld : circulation represents five-sixths of duction..O.W.
and is in operation where a man can back from the second! game here I the Orlando community
take his corn and have it ground into Saturday and put in again to play the _
meal, grits and stock feed. It is first game in Boston Monday.If ----
Conner.
owned by Messrs. Floyd and Roney,
the Phillies can Alexander
give For Sale At .
and is located on Lake Harris, nearMr. -
two or three runs he can be dependedon
Roney's residence. to win his games. That is almost I Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Mrs. Louise P. Hill is having her conclusive. But as an entire staff of Your Price grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
residence painted, also :Mr. Irving is I
pitchers, the Red Sox seem to have
putting a fresh coat of paint on his call
the over the Phillies.
house across the road from Mrs. Hill. ,: -
The Red Sox are acknowledged to
Our school is making great progress I Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
be smooth
a team and
working
very
and the primary department has there is no doubt they have the ut- I 10-Room House, Lot 180x200, NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
such large number of pupils that
a most confidence in themselves. They nursery. tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
faces three streets 2 blocks
new desks and seats were added and on ,
an assistant teacher employed. Thereare have proved their worth this season by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
and in others, and they fought the from center of City, east side.
trees that TODAY nurseries that have been
so many new people located in were properly propagated not in existence -
Giants to standstill in world's
this neighborhood the population is a a For Sale at YOUR PRICE. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
championship series, the hardest and
.
greatly increased.Mr. most dramatic ever played. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you. would sell your
L. Garrett has fine
a prospectfor trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
a large orange crop this year, as
many if not more than last winter. interested in the very best result you can get from your. grove when you have spent your

His son, Mr. Irvin Garrett, was up Specials for Satur-CARL DANNBest time and money. to bring it into bearing.

from Haines City and made him a day and Monday Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

visit. He owns quite a nice home in you are absolutely. safe. Get them from the OCKLA AHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

Polk county, a fine young grove in proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
thinks there is
bearing and no place
quite equal to Haines City in its rapid 16 pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00 and Promptest i Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

growth and improvements.Mr. Best Patent Flour- Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
12 pound sack for __________50c Auto Livery
Lonnie Scott will occupy the __ I work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
24 pound sack for ---$1.00
house owned by his father, Mr. Bur Imported Lemons per dozen ____18c Service I A-ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
rail
Scott. Fancy Head Rice, per Ib. ________6c comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
Mr. Bob Sylvester and family have
Tomato Catsup, 25c. size for ____18c I
gone to Mlms to work in the Nye
Meal, Grits and S. Feed, S 1) Ibs. for 23c:
packing house at that place.


OSTEOI'ATIIIC$lflUilmS I'II'SICLSU Pure WuphlnjC packages ground Powder 1 Coffee for ,..,(Cc...per...size.pound__,_.7_..2C iRe 8 U 5PASSENGERKill I ( A R; Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

:3 I can assorted Soupn''' fur ._._ 2ie!!
:1 can I'ork and! IJennn for _,. _.2Sc:
I I'r. I Howell, olltl'ol'alhlIhy"lrlnn W.
Connerl'roprieior,Tangerine Florida.
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end surgeon, announced that ho him Fancy I'cnches' and I'runt-il. :2.! We call anywhere at any time
returned from Hnrvnrd University, pound for _..os_ .., _23o:

Also where eye car he physical t took now (past and diagnosis graduate throat discnsm.work(nerve in Honest Weights' nnd Measure Gord.n's' Transfer Co.. j G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

heart lungs kldnryu sod other( vl- -
cern), and vlvrtrotnernny and rontn 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
irlous disvnsen. OlDor, t heney I.olldInca Cash Grocery Co.
o1|>|osito'mu! Juan hotel. Telephones HAULING OF ALL KINDS I . .. . . .. . ... .. . . MIMMMIIMt MMMMMMIHMMIIIMMilMMMMMHilMIIIIMMMMMM
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." The place to buy the right thing to be "DRESSED UP" correctly. Never such a


smart selection of Suits and Dresses, that express every new fashion note of Autumnall


in the very best material and workmanship. There are in this display models that are simple, that are elab


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

marvelous collection that radiate the very spirit of fashions. Prices from $9.50 to $55.00





t Soft Hat Time Trot .N\.oc


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

the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that .

!I 7 can be described by only one word, "distinguishIn all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.Prices .

''rj ed." The varying models assume a becoming
I $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50
J effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up. ,



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CKETONE, beautiful new line, 33 inches wide CURTAIN SCRIM: 36 inches wide, white, cream and LADIES' WAISTS, White and fancy, large selection toSpecial

Arab, 13c.: quality choose from, 75c. quality.
I 12 1 .2 cents

10 cents 48 cents

LADIES HOSE, pure Thread Silk, black only. 1.00quality TOPS made of burlap, beautifully
stamped 50c.
60c.I'ILL011' ,
I SHEETS, size i Slx'JO, heavy weight i welded seams, and 63c. quality
quality

75 cents 42 cents 39 cents

TRAY CLOTHS, plain, hemstitched size
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PALM: OLIVE SOAP, Special I I for Saturday t t n I Jot h.ELS. hemmed husk size 17\31: IS'jc.: quality quality. 17t27, 15c.

3 cakes for 25 cents 7 1-2 cents 12 cents





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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."


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WinterParkNews Orlando House park NotesThe commission submitted The People F Fo R SATURDAY? !


its for the third
report quarter i West' Concord .\uonut'I'
ended October. Expenditures amount- We wish the city officials would
ed to $?;';'';.::11. There is a balance in I'view the situation' of West Concord

Daily Budget 01[ Items ConcerningThe the treasury of $15.71. avenue, and fee if they would be satisfied It is u fundnmvmil law of nature that nothing may r
-oTwenty to pay taxes with the street in
Town And Rollins College cars filled with Rood roads the condition it is in? The pavingwas stand; till'e either go forward or backward
I posters( from Arcadia will arrive October ) completed the oust end and we This store has progressed steadily since its!' beginning

10th. On a motion by Commissioner supposed it was to l be continued. The and it }has progressed under the standard of high

MXiW: MAN 1NJUUKI: ON A. C. I I. KIlillT YEAR: WATER: CONTRACT Johnson the Orlando !Ituurd of lit r'et'UI! lowered long ago, and the principles. Perhaps that is why it has progressed.
TRACKS YKSTKIIDAYMORNING: : SIGNED: YESTERDAY': : Trade was invite! to co-operate with water after u rain stands in the street It has been our aim to render a broad!, comprehensive}
the city in entertaining the visitors much to the of individual
The contract was signed yesterday annoyance
merchandise service to customers
our ; to always have
Some time between midnight und between the town of Winter Park und from that section. that have to cross over for their mail.
what they want to give them the courteous
daylight yesterday morning Robert II. E. Cole for the furnishing of water - We are only women, )but tax payers.' ; hospitable
McCutcheon, a negro, was struck by by :Mr. Cole to the city for the next Several permits to build have been :Mrs. S. 11. Smith, -IO-J W. Concord. treatment that custom has decreed for honored guests.
an A. C. L. train, near Overstreet' eight years. :Mr. Cole contracted to issued this week. Mrs. A. L. Forde :Mrs. Ida ;M. tturen 40(5( W. Concord. We have done and are doing what we can to make shop-

crossing, just south of town, and seriously furnish all the water that the town was granted a permit to construct a ping here a pleasure.
injured. McCutcheon was may require, at a rate of not more garage, $-00; trustees of Episcopal
found at daylight, and was rushed at than six cents per thousand gallons, church, garage on Bishopsteud lot, MisdirectedEconomy
once to the Winter I'ark Pharmacy, as shown by the meter for that pe $100; Mrs. E. Wood, one story Kentucky We particularly emphasize this in
where he received skillful medical attention riod. The town also gives to Mr. Cole bungalow of six rooms, $1,000.J. .

from Dr. llotard. the right to furnish the packing house L. tang, contractor. price reductions Saturday
Upon examination it was found of the Winter J'ark Fruit company by
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that the man had sutfeied two severe private contract for the same period. INGLENOOK CAKE AND Trying to save a few cents by
gashes on the head and that his left CANDY PARLOR having your work handled by inferior HELPING'S SOUTHERN GUARANTEED CIIUTOT..ET. :'\
leg was broken just below the hip. WELL: KNOWN BOSTONIAN TO hands. .\

These injuries were dressed and the WINTER HERE: Delirious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Your personal influence is An exquisite fabric in"l'a'e and colorings. We h"enow
Elks ambulance from Orlando was Word has }been received in Winter! etc.
greatly enhanced when you are wanted shade half shade for
called to McCutcheon to St. Park that W. It. every or evening streetor
convey announcing Emery Order taken for parties.Located | : clad in immaculate linen.
Luke's hospital in Orlando, where last' president of the Puritan Fruit company in rear of HrnnrliV" !look rCCl'lltion"l'ar.. :OG-inches( wide

night he was n-porU-d to be doing of Boston, will spend the winter Store, Arcade 7ScCORHUROY
fairly well.MiCutchvoit. season here thin )','ur. :Mr. 1 Emery: OrlandoSteam Special price
U ii stranger here and has leased the Commodore Dyer plact
hails trout Sunitvr county, South Cur north of the S'minul" hotel and will
YELYKT: : (GOLFINK: : CLOTHThe
Laundry
olina. It it prvnuim-d that hl' was ovcupy it for nix month nrr Makiii
tramping& hi* way to Tampa or some FRENCH: DIY CLEANERSLAUNDERERS colors have just: arrived and they are positively lwuu-
other point south of hero. I WINTER: !PARK PERSONALS': tiful.! Unfortunately the quantity i is limited 1 so we cannot
urge too strongly your early selection. Shades to

HACK FROM TAMPA.. The Winter Park postotTice celebrated PHONE 88 hand are Watermelon, Turquoise: little, the new shade in
Roland liarzo has returned from' farmers' day by closing for the Copenhagen and Ivory White, 36-inchea wide

Tampa, where he pitched for Ylwr greater portion of yesterday.Rev. .
Mrs. BurnettFashionable Special 75c
City in the game with West Tampa Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER price

Thursday. Commenting upon Burst's;; 11.o'. Collier returned yesterday
work the Tampa Tribune said in yes to his home on the Maitland: road Dressmaker of the ; TUB SILK

terday's issue: after a most enjoyable vacation.
"Barze, the long boy from Kissim- I Yowell-Duckworth Co., has In charming designs, combination colored stripes on

mee (Winter Park), was in his prime Orin Sisco and wife, who have beer. I opened her parlors on the 4th white and ivory grounds. These are the identical designs -
I Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber'IIAS used by the most exclusive shirt manufacturers in
round when the
barring the third spending .the past week in Winter :
floor and invites the and
public New York.
Mackmen bunched half their hits for Park visiting his parents Mr. and
four runs. With the exception of a I Mrs. J. L. Sisco, left yesterday morn- especiall y her friends to call. 36 inches wide$1.50 valueSaturday

wild pitch, the cowboy's pitching was ing for Indianapolis where he is con- OPENED' A PLUMBING; SHOP Special $1.10
controlled in a masterful fashion. lie nected with the Big Four railroad. -
fanned twelve West Siders."
ON WEST PIXE STREET, JUST
The game was called because of ADDITIONAL LOCALS SATURDAY is the last day of "Sewing
4th Floor
darkness, with the score standing 4-4. YowellDuckworth ACROSS FROM; FOUNDRY.Phone '*
M. M. Davidson who at one time Week, the last day we refund Ten
SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING made St. Cloud his home, but who has
Bldg.Orlando Cents on Dollar purchase
LAST NIGHTA resided in Orlando for the past few every except

special meeting of the town coun- months, is in St. Cloud thi sweek onbusiness. 204 Saturday Specials. Are you interested?
cil was held last night to take up the .-Tribune.
,
matter of damages demanded by Mr. BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETAA
Matthews, who was injured two Mr. and Mrs M. N. Bogart and son
months ago when he ran into the elec- returned to Orlando after a pleasant 1111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111Winter special purchase, extraordinary value. Beautiful Raven -
tric light wires while the gang was at stay of a month with :Mrs. Bogart's Black pure vegetable dye, French manufacture. Will
work making repairs. Mr. Matthews'auto mother, :Mrs.: Jennie Strother, and wear splendidly. 27 inches wide. Exceptional value for
was broken and his hands were family, at her home on Seabreeze ave- | | Park Auto Co. ii 85c.

slightly injured.The nue.-New Smyrna News.
Saturday 69c
council was also asked to de-
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cide whether or not Osceola avenue, Rev. D. B. Sweat, teacher of the
from Chase avenue to the bridge Marys and Marthas Sunday school SHEPHERD CHECKS
BUICK and FORD CARS
shall be bricked at the same time that class, has been elected representativeof
A clearing line, a limited quantity, a one day sale. In all
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the other paving is done. the class at the Federation of Organized n
sizes; 36 inches wide; looks like wool, wears like wool.
Classes to be held at Orlando

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIAL October 26.-Bradentown Journal. Repairing, Painting and Auto Saturday Clearing Price 19c
The young people of the Congregational -
Christian Endeavor Society Mrs. II. C. Fulton of Orlando, ar- SuppliesOPEN
held their monthly business meetingand rived yesterday and is a guest at the COVERT CLOTHS
social at the parsonage last even home of William F. Armstrong and Splendid utility fabric, for it's useful for skirts, suits

ing. family, at 732 Bay street north. Mrs. dresses, separate coats. We took all the jobber had, almost -
Despite the bad weather a good' Fulton is the mother of Mrs. Arm- DAY AND NIGHTORLANDO at our own price. We'll give you the advantage of 1A
crowd attended the meeting. After strong, and will remain here for a our purchase on Saturday.
the business of the evening had been i week or ten days.-St. Petersburg
disposed of a number of games and I Times. IMMMMMIIIMMIIMIIMillllieilMMMi Saturday Special 20cMen's
other amusements contributed to the
pleasure of the guests. Light refreshments :Mr. II. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee. -- -- -- ----

were served by the hostess. was among the well known Floridians
visiting Orlando yesterday. Mr. Swa- Furnishing Department -

CLEANING TIlE WATER TANKSF. bey is one of the ardent boosters for SKATING RINK

M. Roosa, superintendent of the ; Osceola county and never lets an opportunity -
water and light department, is at. pass for doing missionarywork
the water tanks cleanedout for his section. He is trying to
work having
October 56759"BABE" We have just received a new shipment of the famous
and put in good shape. The small work up something entirely different
SHIRTS this
MANHATTAN ; delivery contains the
tank was emptied and cleaned yester for an exhibit for his county at the very
latest weaves and colorings that prevail in New York at
day. The main tank has been leak- Subtropical Midwinter Exposition to
the present moment. See them.
ing for some time, on account of insufficient be held in this city in February.

packing in the expansion In HatsWe
joint, and this defect will be reme- RAINS INTERFERING WITH PAVING -

died today when the wordkmen run COUNTY ROADS have positively the very latest. The Soft two toned

off the water to scour its interior.SOI'IlOMORE.FRESIIM.tN The heavy rains which kave fre- The SKATING BEAR Felt Hats. Its a goer.

quented this section and which seem
RECEPTION to be general over the state, have Special price $3.00In
ASSISTED
TONIGHTThe greatly delayed the paving of Orange BY
sophomore class of the college county highways. Mr. J. T. O'Neal

will give a reception this evening in who is superintendent of the Southern SNUKUM the Baby Bear and BUM the CollarsWe

honor of the members of the fresh- Clay Manufacturing company. ,. Dog also stand supreme. Not to wear a "GOTHIC" "ar-
man class. The strictest secrecy has Chattanooga, was in the city yesterday gues you yourself unknown."
veiled the plans for the evening's en- from the Winter Garden section

tertainment, and the event is being where paving contractors with large Price 15c, 2 for a Quarter
looked forward to with great interestby force of hands are constructing the

the expectant "freshies. road from that place to Ocoee. says

the country in places is completeK:
CADDY HOUSE MOVED overflower, and unless there is a !K-t- Babe Does Grocery DepartmentEverything

In order to make more room on the up in the rains the work of completing -
IS hole golf course it was decided to : the highways will be very much Fresh, Clean and Up-to-Date. Fresh Veget-

move the caddy house to the edge of retarded. A Real ables and Fruits a specialty.iicksollIves.

the course. A number of improve-
ments will be made to the house be- HAS ACCEPTED POSITION HERE ...

fore the tourist season. Arthur T. Calhoun, of Ocoee. has

accepted a postion with the McCul- .i Slide
MOVE INTO NEW OFFICES loch's department store. .
Co.
Messrs. R. L. Betts and T. M. Hen.

kel have taken offices in the rear of NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF for Life
the Winter Park Pharmacy, and will 1 WINTER PARK. FLORIDAThe

be glad to see all old customers and
taxes of the town of Winter
friends in their new location. Park Florida, are now due and may
be paid at the Bank of Winter Park, DEPARTMENT STORE
MARRIED THURSDAYJ. Winter Park. Fla.
AU who have not yet paid their /111 ...
J. Heidt, of Winter Park, and I taxes for the year 1915 will please
Mrs. Bertha Erickson were united in call at the Bank of Winter Park and
marriage Thursday evening by S. B., pay same as soon as possible.C. ADMISSION lOc.
D. POWELL, Tax Collector.
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MEETING MENDELSSOHN I VISITING PARENTS
CLUB LAST NIGHT I I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ley, on their
way from Piano, Texas, to Tampa,
A full meeting of the directors of I I are spending a few days with the for-

the Mendelssohn Club was held at I mer's parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. K
t Judge Cheney's office last night To I Ley, in Orlando. They are expected
the surprise of all, Mr. Cestia Lawtonat here Saturday night and will spend a
once handed in his resignation as I "TilE VALLEY
few days as the guests of Mrs Ley'saunt OF HUMILIATION"A
president on account of not being able Mrs. Edgar Wall, prior to goingto
to give time to the duties of the of- housekeeping at their residence, Yitagraph special feature, completein llri ti -'
fice. As the full membership of the No. 414 Henderson avenue. Mr. Leyis /l'I
club elects its president and not the /Il
a brother of Mrs. T. F. Alexander, two parts
featuring
directors only, this necessitated a | of South Newport avenue, and has o 0
calle meeting of tie club and noticesare been making his home with her for I CHARMING INDEEDare
l being sent to i.ll members of last the five Tribune. AXX SCHAFFER ;1 the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets' Earrings on view here.
past years.-Tampa They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
season to attend bt the Presbyterian + novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
church on Monday evening at 7:30 to SOCIETY :NOTES OF INTERESTMrs. andGEORGE I taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
elect a new president. Much enthusiasm Seth Woodruff and Master of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
the quality of the jewelry warrants.
was expressed as to the pros- Richard reached home yesterday afternoon STANLEY I
pects for the coming season and from New York city where r! ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
ri
without doubt the Mendelssohn Club they hate been spending several i I n
will be as active as ever in the inter- weeks. Mrs. Woodruff visited her ILl
ests of good music. daughter, :Mrs. Harry Hoffman. "TilE BROKEN TRAIN" I Ocl.:: =.1
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i.\;h3. CUHTIS ENTERTAINED S.S Mrs Frank Guernsey entertainedat Another of those exciting railroad
usual expression CLASS AT DINNER bridge Thursday afternoon at her I THE TIME TO PAINTis
i Mrs. F. A. Curtis entertained her home on East; Central avenue. Mrs.
from visitors Sunday school class, "The Progressives Earl Gore assisted. Mrs. Fishbackwas pictures featuring right now. Don't let things goy
until the house, barn, fence or floor
I at a three course dinner last given a pretty prize for high ;/
evening at her home on West street. HELEN HOLMES f'/ begins to look shabby. A little of our
score.
returning to Or- I There are fifty-three young ladies in + S ready to use paint will put your home
,l- in fine trim and save the cost of a
you
Mrs. Curtis' class, of %
whom thirty- On Thursday evening of next week \
lando: eight were present at the dinner "gentlemen's evening" will be observed ((a. 0, ;Il! l ii ,,1 i much bigger paint bill later on.

party. Following the dinner the classin at the Rosalind Club. THE LONGER VOYAGE"An
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a body attnded the Sunday: school + ' ;

services at the Methodist church. Ata Mrs. S. A. Johnson, who has been Essanay drama. ',;it ._, i c Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
brief business session the following/ enjoying several weeks with relatives
officers were elected for the coming I and friends in Chicago, returned home Lwa-- 6' 205 S. Orange AvenueCOLEMAN

year: :Miss Mary McCullough, presi- yesterday afternoon. & RHAN Phone 261.
dent; Miss Esther Ley, secretary and I
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Miss Georgia Wigfall, treasurer. TilE WHEELING COLONY AT

"I see so many WOMAN'S CIVIC+ LEAGUE x I ORLANDO -- -- I
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A special meeting of the Woman's "Doc" A. A. Smith, well known IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEENTH-I I
Dodge Cars in New Civic League is called for Monday, I.restaurant man, leaves for Florida the JLDUIAL OF t"LOIUU.t"CIK CIRCUIT OF OKANGEtOL.NTl THE STATE I CAREY HANDFUNERAL
October 11, at 3 o'clock sharp, at So- j middle of the month to spend the win- : I
Jersey.' rosis rooms, for the purpose of elect- ,ter. :Mr. Smith for some years has Jonathan Stricklandvs.
ing a president. All members of the been spending his winters in the Charles .B. Falor.To DIRECTOR
league are expected to be present, 'South and this year he is planning to the defendant Charles B. Falor: It appearing -I
who have the welfare of their home : from the affidavit of Frank A. Smith,
end of the
go to the extreme penin- solicitor for complainant, that your residence I AND EMBALMERAll
and Orlando at heart. :sula and will be quartered at Miami. is unknown and that he knows of no person '
...
in this state the service of a subpoena uponwhom
By order of Mrs J. E. Ensign, first .While in the South he will visit the t'h.OUeb fd you and that your age is I j
vice-president. 2t above :21 years. I
Wheeling colony at Orlando, Fla.- It u therefore ordered that you do appear I
+ 1 Wheeling, W. Va., Register. in this court, to the bill herein filed upon I6 1 I! calls answered Promptly Dayor
ROSALIND CLUB NOTICE December 6 A. D. 1915. j
It is further ordered that this order of
"New York sure The October business meeting of NOTICE eiKht publication consecutive be published weeks in once the South a week Florida for Night. Hand Block.
the Rosalind Club will be held in the Sentinel a newspaper published in Orange I
I will not be responsi'Je! : for any county Florida.
has a lot of Dodge club four o'clock.rooms on Monday afternoon at debt made by Mrs R .G. Taylor. Circuit Witness Court my this hand Kh and day of the October seal of A.said D. Orlando, - Florida.PHONE .
(Signed) R. G. TAYLOR. 1915. '
Cars." Eloise Robinson, secretray. 9-2t II088tAnnouncement- Seal.( ) B. M. ROBINSON. 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County.
Frank A. Smith. I
Solicitor for Complainant. 19-9-Ssk
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Miss Helen Lewi left Tuesday I
morning for Orlando to enter the Cathedral | 11111111111111111111111111111111 III II III If . 1111111
School. Mrs. Lewis accompanied j
her, and will visit friends for a
few days.-Eustis Lake Region. .

"Why I under- "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor NOTICE I : FRANK A.- CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL :tI\oo.


stand A called meeting of all the memo
they are pay- to DeLaney Drug Co. bers of Mendelssohn Club is called

I for Monday evening at 7:30 in the I ........*. 1CURTIS
$50 bonus for school room of the Presbyterianchurch .
ing I
We are taking stock and stocking up get to elect a president, owing to I
the resignation of Mr. Cestia Lawton.
early deliveries i in ting ready to take care of your business.J. 10-9-2tc I

Boston." Q TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I & O'NEAL

'i11 WANTED-Ford car; must be first T '

D. WOODBECK Manager class. Phone 35. 10-9-3tc Insurance Loans Real Estate i :

FOR SALE-Bic-cle, in good condition
---- ------ -- -- - ----- can be bought cheap for cash. j < Rentals
Apply 307 East Pine street, or phone IGO. |
FORAGE GROCERY CO. .!. 10-9-3t I I II

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

"I n Colorado I Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. Favorite :!9


was told of a mountain TODAY'S PROGRAM j i

. Saturday and All Next WeekCut 4-Reels-.i I'I I ESTABLISHED 1881Hand's
so steep thatno Reliance. "The Ten O'clock Boat.

This Out and Save It Thanhouser.Glass." "Through Edith's'Looking

car but a Dodge Keystone. "Merely Married Man."
Rex. "The Badge of Office."
Five cents to all. MMIMM MIIIIIIMIIIIIIiillliilllllllill
could make it." Granulated Sugar, per lb . . . .6e i I Fds-CS'aptha. Ivory Fairy. P.
:Hood Creamery Butter, per lb. ...33cj: j i .G. and Sweetheart, 2 bars for 9c

Fo\ River Butter per Ib . . . .38c Same 6 bars for . . .. ..... .. .2;)<,
Lemons per dozen . . .. .. . . 13c I Best Head Rice 4 Ibs for . .. .. .23cMakers :
Cocoa half pound . . .. .22c 'All ;3e. Crackers, 6 for. . .. ... 25c;
Makers Chocolate half pound . .20c lOc size 3 for. . . ..... ....... 23c I
4 pkjts Quaker Corn Flakes . . ...>c Chipped Beef, can . . ...,.... 13c
Dried Peaches, pound . . . . lOc ':Honey, per comb . .. . ..... .. I6c
White (louse Coffee, pound .. ..3c': 'Cherries red and white, per can 17c
Maxwell: House Coffee, pound .32c i|Pie Peaches, apples, 3 lb. can for lOc
Bliss, Coffee, pound . . .. . . .. ..California: Table Peaches 2 lb. can 10c

Coffee ground or green pound . .13c Salmon, tall . . . . . . . .. loc
2 cans No. 2 Tomatoes .. . . .13c Seven cans Sardines . .. . . . .23c
LV :3 cans Corn . . .. . . . . . . 23c; j, Vinegar, bulk per gallon . . . 25c; I Pure Ice CreamMade
3 cans Peas . . . . . . . . . .23cS; i| >rup. bulk, per gallon. . . . .;30c
Medium size pail Cottolene . .. .:>Oc Pure Maple Syrup, Vermont ... .3;;('
Large Pail Cottolene .. . . . $1.25; !;23c.; Can Opener. . . ..__. ... .lOc
Snowdrift, large pail! . . . .. . .!;)e S oz. Roll Toilet Paper . . ...... .4c
Snowdrift, 5 lb. pail. . . . . .. .30c
PMllipsSons 3 cans St. Elmo Milk: __. .__. .. .23c I SPECIALS ON FEED In Orlando

Eagle Brand Milk . .. . . . . 13c I Corn. .. . . . .. ... ....... ..$1.90
Cream, Pet or Van Camp, Tall Sc, .B4 Oats . . . . .. .. ......$1.90

Small . . .. . . .. . .. .. 4c Chicken Feed . .. .. ..........$2.10
& Meal and grits per lb. 3('. 9 lbs for 23c |Wheat .. .. . .. . ......'.. .$2.35
' Corn. Chick Feed, Oats, Ib. . .2Jic :Shorts . .. .. ..... . . .....$1.80
Rumford Baking Powder, lb. .. 22c I Molasses Feed ................$1.75; Phone 566666The
Royal Baking Powder, half Ib. . .22ci! percent C. S. Meal, ....... ,31.S0
Calumet Baking Powder, lb..20c I 5 Per cent . ... ..... .......$1.55
Navy Beans Lima Beans and 1100 Ibs. Salt for .. ...... .....63c:
Black Eyed Peas, all 3 Ibs for .2:>c I Pillsbury's Flour, bbl. $7.20; half
White Bacon per Ib. . . . lOc. up bbL 3.60; 24 Ibs. $1.00. 12 lbs .30c
Smoked Bacon boneless . . . .ISc Meal and Grits per sack __ ____$2.10 /
;5 gallons of Oil for . .. . ....60c Gold Medal Flour, 24 Ibs. for .. 93c
S bars Lenox Soap for . . . ..25c 12 Ibs. for. ...... .... ....50c
Octagon Soap Star Soap, bar ...4c Best Pastry Flour 24 lbs. for . 90c
3 cakes American Beauty Soap for lOc 12 Ibs. for . . .. . . . . . . 45c -.-- _...____ -.. a.AII. v- .L..._.



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OF ASSESSMENTThe BOUGHT .\I'OI"K.II.CKISG TYPIIUS DEATH ROLL 130,000 IX' OFFICERS OF. RUSSIAN VICTIM

HOUSE SERBIA OF TilE -EWEX" PUMfellElJ H BERRY
City Council of the City of Orlando hereby gives notice that the following

described lots or pieces of land situate in the mid city have been assessed -.

in the amounts set opposite to each as the value of the benefit andtidvuntage Apopka, Fla.-Mr. Dewson, representing New York.-Between 130,000 and Stockholm.-The Petrograd "Ketch-
beyond the general advantage to all real estate in the city from the A. Marshall: reports that the commander and the
I paving.. and curbing the street in front thereof or in the immediate vicinity, company 150,000 persons have died from typhus first officers of the Russian cruiser!'
such assessments in no case exceeding one-half of the amount of the expensesof of Jacksonville, was in Apopka sev-
within the last A line
in Serbia complete of Ford
the said municipal improvement.And eral days the early part of the week year, "Schemtschug! which was sunk by. Acces

notice is further given that the Paul City Council will meet at the looking! over the citrus packing! industry according to the estimate of Dr. Rich- the famous German sea rover "EmI'n" sories ; a staff of expert mechanics
Council Chamber on the :21st: day of October, A. I D. I'll.! at 2 o'clock p.m., and in the harbor of Ptnang have
Harvard
and while here was no favorably ard P. Strong, professor
other
i.nd thin and there will hear any complaints which the owner or person
interested in any real estate assessed may wish to make against the assscssmvnt impressed. that he closed n deal withM. director of the nnti-tjphus campaign been severely punished by u court- to render satisfaction h" all

thereon. T. Anderson for the martial. The captain was sentenced
new packinghouse lines of
of the American lied Cross sanitary Automobile Repair
to three years and the first officer to
PAMSsissMEN1| : : : ON K:.VST SIDE.: OF Uii.AM'\) : : MKEET: : just completed here and willproceed (commission' in Serbiavho arrivedhere
at to equip with two years imprisonment for criminal Work. Vulcanizing Oil* and
once same
Front. Tut. Assess.'
Property Owner Description yesterday on the Italian liner
carclesuness They will nut be ableto
the latest model! machm.
to date
Crmnill, Chas .-I.ot :3 of J. E. Jroves Subdivision of up Ducn degh Abruzzi. Gasoline, and fair and
lots 1 and 2, Itlotk B, l>iLaney'i Add. ..__________ M.I: ft. $ MM; try for handling! and grading the "The Serbian today is free of enter the navy again, unless the square
Drew, lIt'nbmln-l.ot 2 of J. E. Orovc; buUlnmon- 60/1: ft. &J.l: fruit The Marshall: company is one army Czar pardons thun.MICROPHONE prices.
Estate of \Irll. Itettie II. Glove; *-Ixt 1 of J. |:. Groves; of the leading of its kind in typhus and is in as good: physical condition -
concerns
!
Subdivision) of lots 1 and J Block H of UeLaney'n as any army in the world l," the : WILL DETECT: .\XULoeA1.
the state and the fact that have
... SO." ( ft. 85.15U\: they physician said. "Plants for the manufacture .
Add.87.0 ft. 2. -0 selected Apopka after thorough .: .\iRut\rr ON TIIK
Gillette Emily V.-I.ot 3 of Illock 11. eLnnys a of medical supplies have
Unknown-North one foot of lot 1., lUx.k! H of l>eLnncy's canvas of the entire surrounding U.lUi.S1'HiII'r.:
1.0 ft. 1.07 been established in all the big cities,
as! a place to establish their New York.-Kdward: .F Chandler,
Cecil A. S.-The north 10' .T ft. Mock n, DeUney'tf Add. 1C8J ft. 171)14 packing plant is indeed. n complimentto work has been done to educate the inventor of u system of harbor defense -

Cites eKoy: 11.-North 0<5.7 f t. of South UJ.7: ft, lot 12, Apopka and is duly appreciatedby l by the detection of submarines
of Serbia in cleanliness 1 and
people
DeUney's ( M.7 ft. (1015( us. and battleships with the aid of water have been in business at the
Unknown 1. 2.0 ft. :2.13 disease preventive methods. Conditions
i
Fuller 1\lrll. Edna G.--l*>l 4. Storey .\\illmmiihuli-Uiv.) A Cigar "FactoryA. were in fine shape when I left, microphones, announced today tha' I I same location Corner of South

of lots 1, 2, :5:S, uI..I.a. of K. F. Murkey'a rltld.109,8 ft. 110.82 D. Gilbert of Kissimmee, has and there is virtually no chance of a he has perfected u method of detect 'i ,

Fuller, Mm.I Edna: G.-Lot ft, Storey &: \\ilhamsfcub-Div,. closed a deal here for a building! lot i ing and locating airships by the mi- Main and Church Streets.
. of lots 1. 2. :a and 4 of I K. .I'. Starker, Add_ _- __--- 700 ft. 76.:38:: and has completed arrangements to return to the former chaotic state. I crophone.Mr. .
Duller, Mrs. Edna: C.Iet 6! Storey & Williams Sub.-Div. Phone 226Leading
of lots 1,2,3, and 4 of R. F. Starkey's Add. ______ 75.0 ft. M.8410'Jl establish a cigar factory and will be. Chandler said that he could

Unknown ____--_--___ ___--___ _ __ ___________--__-- 10.0 ft. gin the manufacture of cigars just as A hotel at Jacksonville is circular. easily discover the range, height,
Ix ... U F. Stnrkt's Addition __ 1140 It. 125.05; the editors of the state to
llumby, Leonard- >t u Boon as permit can be secured from izmg pat. speed and direction of a dirigible or
Akers, Dr. t;. F.-Lot 7.K.: .F. Starkey's Addition____-- 114.6 It. 125.05 week the
the government for the cigar plant. ronize it next during press other aircraft in the darkest night. Orlando's Repair Shop
Woodruff, Mrs. S..th-"ot 11, K. .F. Starkey'a Addition 110.0 It. 120.03
Woodruff, Mrs. Seth-Ix>t 12, H. F. Starkey's Addition 110.0 It. 120.04 meet. It offers "Rooms without bath and Garage

Woodruff, Mrs. Seth-Lot 17, R. .F Starkey's Addition 110.0 It. 12001: When in need of a veterinary call $1 per day." That's more like it. The The want ad's the thine.
Seth-Lot 18 I:. F. Starkey's Addition 110.0 ft. 120.01Voodrutt
Woodruff, Mrs. A. F. Richmond Fla. editors will all be home before Satur-
Dr. Formosa
S. ,V. lot 18 R. F. Star. on ,
\ Seth-Begin at cor. day night.-Clearwater Sun.
key's Add., run South-westerly along DeLaney St. t-9-28-1mo.
to quarter section line at Gore Ave.; east to S. W.
SKATING
lot 20 northwesterly and north to lot 19, RINKLADIES'

west corner to beginning; ______________________________ 206.9 ft. 224.68 W. L. Tilden-Lot 7, Hillman's Addition ______________ 70.2 ft. 72.3;
W. L. Tilden-Lot 6, Hillman's Addition _____________ 70.2: ft. 72.3
PAVING ASSESSMENT ON WEST SIDE OF DELANEY STREET W L. Tilden-Lot 5, Hillman's Addition u ._________. .0.2; Ct. 72.35
Property Owner Description Front. Tot. Assess. S. S. Griffin-Lot 4, Hillman's Addition unnnu__ 68.1il. ft. 70.71
S. S. Griffin-Lot 3, Hillman's Addition __nuU______ 68.66 ft. 70.71 SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -
Field, C. W., Trustee-Beginning at S. W. corner south of to DeLaney 12- S. S. Griffin-Lot 2, Hillman's Addition _____________ 68.f.6 ft. 70.71 AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

and Anderson Streets and run S. S. Griffin-Lot 1, Hillman's Addition __n______ __ 75.0 It. 7724Si.
north of lot Whildens Lucerne Prop- -NO MEN ALLOWED IN
ft. alley; E. Sweetapple-E 100 ft. lot 7, Spiers Addition ____ 100.0 ft. 102.98J. BUILDING EXCEPT

beginning erty; west__125__'ft.____N.--_to___Anderson_________-Street-____,--east____-to- 98.0 ft. 104.31 B. Lawton-W. 77 ft., lot 7, Spiers Addition_____-__ 77.0 ft. 79.30J. INSTRUCTORS.Open .
B. Lawton-E. 23 ft., lot 6, Spiers Addition 23.0 ft. 2t..8:
_..__ 83.9 ft. 89.30 nn
Whilden's Lucerne
Property
Haden A.-Lot 11
M. L. 1\lcNeil-W. 154 ft., lot 6 Addition_ ___ 15-1.0 It. 15 .59
Walker. Sarah F.-Begin at N. E. corner of lot 10, Whilden's Spiers -- -- 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
M. L. McNeil-E. 66 ft., lot 5, Spier's Addition_--__--_ 61W ft. 17.97
Lucerne and W. 98.6 ft. Sly.
run ;
Property M. E. Kei.L.rwin-W. 111 ft., lot 5 (less N. 10 ft.) Spiers

80 ft. to N. W. corner of Lot 8 same addition; E. 83.9 ft. 80.30: Addition ___________________________.__________ 111.0 ft. 11-1..10' Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
.
121 ft. to DeLaney St. N. 83.9 ft to beg
; --------
211.0 ft 256.52 C. G. Williams one-half of lot 1. Spiers Addition____ 88.5 ft !Jl.UW.
Lot 9 of Whilden's Lucerne Property
Chas. A.
llovey A. Dade-W. one-half of lot 4, Spiers Addition un 8R.5 ft. 9114
Mrs. Seth-Lot 1 of Block A of Woodruff'sAdd.
Woodruff _______________ ft. 3 6.78 Mary A. Howard-E. one-half of Lot 3, Spiers Addition -_ 88.5 ft. 91,11
to Orlando _________________ 317.8 A DMISSIOIST 10
CENTS:
Woodruff's H. A. Newell-West one-half of lot 3, Spiers Addition_ 88.5 Ct. 91.1-1
Mrs. Seth-Lot 3 of Block A of
Woodruff __ __ _______ ft. 87.30 Hattie S. Drew-Lot 2 (less N. 50 ft.) Spiers Addition- 11 j.O ft. 120..J
Add. to Orlando __________________ 80.0
;
Additionuu ft. 211hO
Orlando Sanitarium-Lot 1, Spiers
Woodruff, Mrs. Seth-Lot 4 of Block A of Woodruff'sAdd.tion __ 800 ft. 87.30 Catholic Church-Lot 1, Block 33, Reid's Add_________ 22:1.3: ft. 22 '.9j
Orlando _______
Woodruff Seth-Lot to 1 of Block B ununun Woodruff's Add__ 72.5 ft. 79.12 Catholic Church-Lot 4, Block 33, Reid's Addition__--__ 22:1.32: ft. 229.97
,
J. T. Hendncks Lot 4 L. W. Cook's Subdivision9:3.63: ft 9..2.
Woodruff's Add.. 72.5 ft. 79.12 ,
Woodruff Seth-Lot 2 of Block B. of
Add.. 72.5 ft. 79.12 J. T. Hendncks-Lot 3, L. W. Cook's Subdivision___ 113.r.3 ft 91.-1 Hammond
Woodruff, Seth-Lot 7 of Block B Woodruff's & GoreFUNERAL
Woodruff, Seth-Lot 8 of Block II of Woodruff's Add_ 72.5 ft. 79.12 A. G. Kollock-Lot 3, Geers Addition ____nnnnn_ n.o It. 79.m:
J. C. Patterson-Lot 2 Geers Addition ___ 77.0 Ct. 79.30L.
Add.. 72.5 ft. 79.12 nnnn
Block C Woodruff's
Seth-Lot 1 of
Woodruff 725ft. 79.12 S. & Willard E. Holden-Lot 1, Geers Subdivision, ____ 7i.0 ft. 79.30
Woodruff, Seth-Lot 2 of Block C of oodruff's Add? DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :\
Mrs. M. A. Evans-W. one-half of lot 2. N. L. Mills
of Block C Woodruff's Add_ 72.5 ft. 79.12
Woodruff Seth-Lot 7 Add.__ 72.3ft. 78.90 Subdivision ____________________________________ 3.11) ft. 3Rf.2
Woodruff Seth Lot 8 of Block C of Woodruff's
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Arthur Butt-E. one-half of lot 2, N. L. Mills Subdivision 3 .16 ft. 33.62
12ft. between C. W. Field trus-
C. E. GrahanA alley Arthur Butt-Lot 3, N. I. Mills Subdivision' __________ 7ii.0 Ct. 772-1 Values Low Prices
Lucerne
lots Whildens Property
tee, und A. Haden in __ _______ 12.0 ft. 11.25 Arthur Butt__Lot4., N. L. Mills Subdivision! ! ________ 75.0 ft. 77.:'
_______________________________ I
Wm. Bercke-Lot 5. N. L. Mills Subdivision _--_ ---- .a.O ft. 7721Mrs.
PAHNG ASSESSMENT ON HUGHE1 STREET J. P. German-Lot 6, N. L. Mills Subdivision! ! --__-- 75.0 ft. 77.24 COMPARE

Property Owner Description Front. Tot. Assess.W. Francis T. Jeffers-Lot 7, N. L. Mills Subdivision--_--_ ....0 Ct. 77.-1
FrancisT. Jeffers Lot 8, N. I.. Mills Subdivision___ 75.0 ft. 77.2-1
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Patrick's Add. 135.0 ft. 135.86 --
10
E. Long-W. 69 ft. Lot 4, Block OUR
Patrick's Add. 600 ft. 50,32 Francis T. Jeffers-Lot 9, N. L. Mills Subdivision____ 84.5 tt. 91.1-1 FURNITUREWe
N. 50 ft. lot 3 block 10
W. E. Long- 51 ,of W. 100 ft. of Lake Eola Park ____----_________--____--____--_____ 1247.2 ft. 128136
ft.
N. { ft. of S. 100
Pfenning-
August lot 3, block 10, Patrick's Add. ___________________ 50.0 ft. 5032 C. T. llungerford-E. 60 ft. of lot 20. Taylors Ad.l____ GU.U ft. 61.79
ft. of Lot 3 block Rosa' E. Simmons-Beg 67 ft. W. of S. \\ corner lot 20 provide the quality of furniture that has long teen accepted
Mrs. E. R. Long-S. 50 ft. of W. 100 ,
10, Patrick's Add ___________-__-_____-_______u 50.Oft. 50.32 nnd run east!' 60 ft. N. 151: .22 ft, W 30 ft. S. 20 S7 ft. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
James' A. Rogers-North one-half of lot 4, block 15, W 10 ft.S. HIT.; ft. to beg.G. Taylors' Addition i0.0 ft. GI.m an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

Pitrick's Add. _. ___. ._ _._________ ___ 750ft. 75.18 J.V.. Simmons-South 111.2(1( ft. of the W. 0.7 ft., lot can't make this clear
------ point too -it is of the foundation
-- -- lot 4 1 block, 15 20, Tavlorn Add __________________ - ___ ___ _--_ .7.1i ft. mum one
South half of ,
Geo.Patrick's E MI\'ey-Add. one__- _____________ ___ 750 ft. 75.18 Tnnnie M. Jones-Lot 19 ( less!' W. (60 ft.) Taylors Add__ 1r.3.3 ft. IOy23' : stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
-- --
W. It O'Neal --? N.--one-half of lot 3, block 15, ;Mrs Sarah Gilltert-W. 60 ft. Lot 19, Ta.vWs Add ___ fIO.I ft. .1.7! !
Trustee)
Patrkk's Add __ ____ __ ____ T5.0 ft. 75.4* Mrs.' J. J.:. Arnold K.: 7 J'7rt; ft. of lot IK, Tn.lors.I.L_ jfo.71i ft. 711.0;
-- ------ -- --block----15 Put-- 1';. R. HotnUntr:. 71.<5 ft. of W. 146(1': ( ft. of tot IS, Tny
one-half of lot 3 *
Geo.rick's E..: Mal'l'-M Add ___ __ _ __ tf.O; ft (rtiUl; tor's. ,AiM _ __ __ ____ __ ___ __ _ _____ _.-. ':t.t1 tt. 78.73 McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
Margaret J. Macey-llegin lit nU 8. E.) corner of llughey C. \11. Dow-\\'. "ft ft. of tot H, Taylor* Add._ _._____ 7&4) Ct 11.:1::

and ft. N.South 27tl:: Street ft., W and It5 run ft. to S.be:27m*., Hee fU OA{'n"Ii., 'lp. :2JIt :.. I'AMM! AMMIMSMKNIri: : (ON M 1.iSOU.'I.SlfI'( : :, ,\ Ia.U.\: TO. Corner Granite A\e. and Church Slrrct tt Orlando, Florida

:Ull! ___ =- - -- -=- -- 2".f ft. 2l:! >.2:!* INIIINSIIN) =
Mrs. Mnttip LUlllul.ll'r-l1l'itil1. :77741. ft. 8. lit S. li.: corner' '
of lluuhey and $.,ulii Mi ret,* amt run I I':. 278.17:': :\ ft., l'rnt'etty| Owner ICCCtii.tIon) 'runt. j..t\"..".a,

H. I.Mi ft., W. :278,1 ft., N. 180 ft. t<, bvyt.! 8' eC. 'IS,
Ti>. :2J::!, U. 2U I.)== == = = = = ======== == = = = = === 16o.O ft 150.in') llillw M=N ,4ue.half, fIr |1.4t B, (lass U', :M' (i..Mm t i. I.hllllto"I
W, It. HMttw=Hrfc'in 1'JH:: tt N. tit N. Fl.:. tumir ..fllutrhey ," .+ liyrr ,\/.1/ ), -- =- - -- .: :-- =- - --- =- '77.13 ft. s2,22::;
\ and I Irvine .Street\* nn.l 1 run II.: 1(17( feat Nettle I. Unit-H on*:half of letS l teem \V. J\\I i> ft,

N, 07t.\ ., \V, 107 ft., H. U7 ft, to bet. ;Sac. M, '!1'1'( .'?', l.h'lnir.ton .Ift UJ't'r A.i.l.--------_ _ =---uu--- = 71,1: ft. $;:.;:::1
U. :2.1': I __ ,---- ----=--------=- -- -==-,==.- -=-,-, (57,0 ft, 07,43: W. ,P, ,\rm.trunt-N. one-hnlf of tot (tI J, lessV, 30, ft,, O'RLANDO ROOFING
A, 11. ItuMvll-lleidn 75 ft. N of N K, coiner/ of I,iving:tnn & flyer A.loIltI.-.n--n.-_----- '77,13 ft 8::.:ii::
Hughey and Irvine Strata and run l K, 114 fl, N, fI, Uillmnn S, one-half of tot tI, less W 30 ft, Livingston ANt

M: ft., W. 114 ft., H. 5J ft. to bet', Sec 35. Tp. 2J.R & H\er Add.-------------------------- 77.U ft. 82.21:

29; ____u_____._____.___..______.-n___-___ 530 ft. 51.34: Mrs C. A. Jones-K one.half of lot 1. G. Taylor Add151.21) ft, 11.4' .40 SHEET METAL CO.
Edw .... O'Kane--lIt'gln at N. E. corner of Hughey and I.. 1.. l'u'ne--1.ot 10. Taylors Add_ __________._______ 1V122 ft 16440
Irvine Streets and run E. 1140 ft., N. 75 ft. W. 114 Alford Hadlev-E, 110 ft., lot 11, Taylors Add. _______ 15422 ft. 164.40

ft., S. 75 ft. to beg, ____________________________ 750ft. 75.48 C. T. Hungerford:. .iO ft. of lot 20, Taylors Add154.22 ft. 164.4C
Bertha L. Hoakms--West 152 ft. of Lot 1, mock A, Orlando Sanitarium-Lot 1, Spiers Addition ______u__ 10S6! ft. 211,71 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Hughey's Add. ___--_--__________--____--_______ 108.88 ft. 109.58E. I.[ Gentille-S. 73.15 ft., lot R, Spiers Ad.litionn 73.15 ft. 77''S ,
A. Quigg-The N.I.5 ft. of Lot 2, Block A, Hannah T. Paul-tot 8 (less South 73.15 ft.Spiers Add 1454 ft. 155.00
Hughey's Add. ___unnu-u-u-u---u 845ft. 8504 Orlando Grammar School-Lot 9. Spiers Addition nn 201.0( ft. 21427 and Rubber RoofingsCornices

T. P. Lamkin-The S. 24.37 ft. of Lot 2, Block A, Bu h- Dr George Porter-Lot Highlands __nnu_ 700 ft. 7462: :

ey's Add. _______--___--_--__--____--_____---- 2437ft. 24.53 Dr. George Porter-Lot 63 (less E. 25 ft.) Highlands.. 765 ft. 8155
T. P. Lamkin-The N. 60 ft. of Lot 3, Block A, Hugh- I.1 C. :\Iann-Lot 11. Spiers Addition__________________ 193.0 ft 20574 Skylights. (Heating, Ventilating &f'falCeUiags;

ej'sAdd. .__--___--_________--_----__--_--_ 60.0 ft 60.38 Maria \\'. Hot'hkiss-Lot 12, Spiers Addition._._--_.. 100.25 ft.1O .S7
A. B. Russel-Lot-?-- 3 (less N. <.h 0 ft.> Block A I1u hey's Isabella Noble-Lot 61 Highlands_______ _____ _______ 178.9 ft. 190.71 '

Add. _--________--_________________________ 2375 ft. 239.02 Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Orlando, Fla.. October 9th, 1915.
Atlan. Coast Line Ry. Co.Right of Way fronting on L.
side of Hughey Street between lot 3, Block A, Hugh CARL JAXSEX. Clerk.
ey's Add. on North and America Street on the

South u ._______--------_----_--__----__.--_.. 316.0 ft. 318.02A.
C. Lehrer-The East 100 ft. of the N. 115 ft. of Lot

1, Block 11, Patrick's Add., less part in Church FOR SALE NEXT
and Hughey Sts. _________________________________ 100.0 ft. 10064 ATTRACTION !
O'Neal & 1\lartin-The S. 35 ft. of Lot 1, Block 11, Pat-

rick's Add. ______________________________-- 35.0 ft. 35.22
O'Neal & Martin-Lot 2 Block 11, Patrick's Add., less

part in street __________________________________ 1850- ft. 186.18J. 5 mile from city half
H Caldwell-The N. 50 ft. of Lot 1, Block 14, Pat- acres quarter '

rick's Add. ____--___--__----_____----_--- 500 ft.. 50.3: I in bearing budded orange and GUS HILL Presents
Geo. E. Macey-The S. 100 ft. of lot 1, Block 14, Pat- grapefruit 1500.

rick's Add. _--_--_______--_--_----___--__--__-- 1000ft. 10064 ,10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young
Geo E. \Iace-Lot 2, Block 14, Patrick's Add.u_____ 1470 ft. 147. 4
__ 76.0 ft. 76.491)aisy I bearing grove; small house. $2,000. I
1 Macey's Add
I). B. Ra.bon-Lot unnuuu
:M Ra'bon-Lot 2 Macey's Add ________________ 67.0 ft. 61.43 110 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good Mutt

Benj. F. Battersby-Lot 3, Macey's Add______________ 670ft. 67.43 citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking Jeff College
Benj F. Battersby-Lot4, Macey's Add __uuuuu 67.5 ft. 67.9SEstate : I. land. $600.00. D N
of Mary A. S'hmidt-Lot 1 Schmidt & Lehrer

Add. ___...__-__.______________________________ 50.0 ft. 50.32 SO acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small
Estate of Mary A. S'hmidt-Lot 2, Schmidt & Lehrer grove; 4-room house; good barn

Add __________________________________________ 50.0 ft. 50.32 and outbuildnig-s. A snap at $1,200

Estate of Mary A. Schmidt-Lot ;J Schmidt__ &___Lehrer___ 600ft. 50.32 <0 acres, 15 acres fenced, small A BIG MUSICAL
Add. _---._--_______---____--__ ------ -- CARTOON REVIEW
state; of Mary A. Schmidt-lx>t 4, Schmidt & Lehrer house, garage and outbuilding

Add. ..________________________________ 300ft. 30.19 the land comers on large spring
Michael 1 Lehrer-1nt t., Schmidt & Lehrer .\.t.I.n____ 300 ft. 3011 l lake. Very cheap, $1SOO. With "Barrels of Fun and Girls"POSITIVELY
HehHettrt llamnierotein- (', Schmidt & 1 enter Add..!.! M.o ft. 6015Mlchnel .:
Lehrer-Lot 7, Hchtnl.H & Lehrpf Add-" __. f.no ft. M.n:! 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out,

Mirhttp! 1 Lt'ht't-It H. Hchml.lt & Lester AIM.1 ________ 00.0 ft, f.0.12: $1,000. EVERYTHING NEW!

L. 11. I"njt.-.Lot 1, L. 11. Long's! First SulnlivUioti' ==_== 12S.. ft. 1:=%.MilooiU
I I. II. Irf.t.t?-Irf't :'J.! I I.. II. Long' "I'lfet. i4uIslivt.lnn1un.ts ft. Mutt and Jeff Get A College Education. The Funniest Show on Earth
J, llrtxter 1.11111tI..it :'I t. L.I U. l I..HHf', t'iret t4ubdlvIIIon' :: um.o ft. loomProperty City and Country

J. II, lltnitkrf !lAd I 1. ilt'uk II, HugheyV! Ad.l., IPM! Don't Miss It!
hart in Hllvrr Mitt1' = = = == == : = === :2"irtn ft. :251nn:\) Bring the Kiddies!
fait H., Hrl1t'.M' ,rtfl. (ild.8M\ Property At War _
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J, W HoardUfirtn at N. NN. n.rner! llugh y 111.1merl.| Time Prices t
<,* HtrrHa "I.I| run W. ,117 ft north M\ ft., ?A.=t 117 x Theatre

ft,, mth, flu\ ft. to 1'l'I!.. H..t'. ilfI, 'I'll, :!-, !H!, 3.1: ---- 51.'" ft. 51':111: --

Unknown _____ __ __ n_ -- - q--- -- __ ___ -_h 15 ft J.51 One
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Owner Description Front, Tot As es*. E. C YoungRoom PRICES
I : 25c. SOc. 75c. $1.00
J. B Lawton-Lot 11, Block II, bake Fnli: Subdivision - t4i.l ft. 101. ,:':< ,
J. B l.awtonLot\ 12, Block II. lake Polo vSul>diMM.,n 4,1'i I ft. 1' I H I 10, McNeil) & Davis Block. j

\\. L. TlUen-Lot 8, Uillman's Addition - --- - - 7025 ft. 7.: Jo Thane 5C3: ; Seats on Sale at ESTES' DRUG STORE THURSDAYF



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AE1 = I II I. ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORXEYATLAW Worthington ATTORNEYATLAWPhone! ackman I



No. 4 West Pine Sreet 617

f ORLANDC Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
I Phone 161

worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I

DAVIS & GILES
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Victor Starbuck
FARMLANDSDROVESMUSESLOTS.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,

ATTORNEYATLAWPhone Phone 72

T 161 Rooms[ 5, 6, 7, 8-

SENTINELWANTS No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. Fla Davis & McNeill! Block


I tI F. A. PEPPERCORN

I A\ ,.
., 1 BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone

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R. RAY WHITE 37

The Morning Sentinel Want I
Directory is the Greateat Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW I
I Ad Medium in Orlando. PLUMBINGSALLAS
1 Room 44
f Terms Cash: in Advance.RATES & SALLAS
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
20S Boone Street
Jkt : For One Day ______________23t:
For Three Day ____________50c Phone 597.
For Six Day. ____-_________75c;
For One Month --__________$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of I '
L.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Percival Hutton
DR. N. L. BRYANDEl"TIST
tains more than 25 words the late
will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
each additional word, for each in-
sertion. ARCHITECT
If ypu can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- McNeill-Davis
Building Orlando,
For Big and Little BathersFor counts payable opened the following by telephone day.will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- Bldg Florida.


Every Home-Every Business Member F. A. A.
daddy's morning plunge or for the kiddies' little sponge, there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man has. use for a
water right at hand. You know the great waste of time and effort in trying to heat water for a Sentinel Want Ad.

in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough to use. The I Dr. F. F. Thompson

,solution is simple. SURVEYINGPlating
FUn SALE

I Heat the Water By Gas FOR S.\LE-FOR RENT-Houses, and Sub-Dividing Dentist

furnished and unfurnished. Also PROMPT AND ACCURATE
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
'Either a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater will assure you of having the required sup- have to offer before you buy or WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine
ply at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no try- street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. HAL A. IRISH- _. -Over Curtis
ing to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses 10-8-dw-lmo* & O'Neal'sDR.
for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible all seasons of the year. Civil Engineer
FOR SALE-One cylinder Reo car
new tires, $50; parlor organ, in
'piano case, $50; a lot of window 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
frames cheap; ice box $4; piano .,

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO,J stools-18 East, 75c.church.Tracy's Carpenter 1036t"FOR -Shop, Phone 72

-' SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good
GAS DEPARTMENT11111111111111111111111111111'11'11'111'
condition. Write Box 567.
9-23-tfc Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L H. RAMSDELL

Obl'OMETRISTORLANDO
FOR SALE-Lunch wagon fully and Counsellor at Law
,
equipped. 416 Revere street, Con- - FLORIDAWX
cord Park. 10-5-12t* FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENS>IM
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
111111111111111111111111111111111111111' FOR SALE-Second hand Ford Touring -
car. Inquire of II. R. Berry, cor- ORLANDO FLA. OTOCAI.RBPA *UfO
ner Main and Church streets.
10-5-tfc
WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; or rent your city and county erty for sale or rent I am having
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping property. Call and see us. Geo. T. manp applications for houses fur-
porches, heating plant; is modern Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. nished and unfurnished I will be
SOUTO APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES throughout. Smaller 7 room house, 10-5-1moc glad to list what you have. Mrs.
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East H. B. Leake 45 East Pine street.
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo' PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo
cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200;
OCOEE FLORIDA FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER 51.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
Furnished 14 room house, on brick paid. Tomato and eggplants, same limited number of persons. Pleas-
street, arranged for light housekeeping ; price. Large "Favorite" dry land ant rooms in new home. All modern
Splendid location; large lot. ;banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. conveniences. Also furnished rooms
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. '.Preston Pine Castle, Fla. for housekeeping Mrs. Gertrude
9-19-3mo* 10-5-d&w-tf Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
.' of Lake Eola. 10-8-1moc
FOR RENT, OR SALE, CHEAP-Six BUYERS AND SELLERSI
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- room cottage modem No. 303 East buy, sell, rent, and exchange real TO FORD OWNERS:
Pine street. Call at No. 305 East estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
fruit Trees in fine condition at the lowest Pine or Lord & Bradshaw. 10-3-6tc over 30 years. Have handled over I will receive this week a shipmentof
very 20000000. Call and see me. Ford auto tops complete at a top
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. cover price. Will this interest you.
pricesSend :: :: :: :: one quarter mile from city limits; If not, will a Ford crank locking device -
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par- ? "Safety first. Prices quoted
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. son Browns, and tangerines; rough on application. R. L. Holland.
6.9-tf lemon sour and grapefruit stock from,10-5-6tc
Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale
FOR SALE-About sixty chickens, cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
mostly White Leghorn pullets. C. Fla., Route 2. 9-23-lmoc
H. Walworth Arbor Villa. Colonial McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
Drive and East City Limits. 10-7-3t* Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by
S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring
< ', today for Catalog Description List and lowest FOR SALE-House, with all modern Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. FOR
; conveniences; good delivery or hunt- Magruder, number 683-IJ.
ing wagon; two seated pony cart; 1930Imoc
prices, to the above address] brood mare; cheese knife; electric Caruthers FlowersLeave
coffee mill. E. II. Gore, Our Grocery Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Co., 0 and 8 East Pine. 10-7-31*
"while you wait. ax Young's Repair your orders here

FOR RENT Shop, 21 E. Pine Bt

MIMMMMIMIMItlllllililMUMMMMIMMMMMIIIIIMMMMMMIIMMIIMiFOR . WILL RENT four rooms for housekeeping YOUNG'S REPAIR- SHOP has installed Violet Dell Florist.
furnished to man and wife. an outside service depart.
Call at C. Ackr '11 grocery store. Con. ment and is prepared to give you
I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB cord Park. 10-7.Ct prompt attention. We have a competent -
man who will fit keys, repair J. M. CARUTHERS
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll rooms
FOR IENT-Furnished your trunk, or do anything in the repair Phone 509.
408 St.
South Lake
work guaranteed and neat light housekeeping; all modern con- line. lie is ready to go at your
: SALE ly done. Our work is the best veniences.10-5-61' 312 E. South street. 9-12-lmoc call now. Just phone 204.

I and our prices are the lowest. I

This is the place to have your FOR P.ENT-A good ten room house, New crop onion sets just arrived,:
-.d clothes made new. with modern conveniences, central_ Bermuda Danvers and Silver Skin. :
Sun rubbed ly located; just the thing for board- Full line garden, field and flower
and
? I.
Will offer for sale for a few days pressed75c.Suit ing house; located in a prosperousand seeds. Dean the Seed and Drug Man, i CLINT BASS
dry cleaned:: ___GOc.
pressed growing town'\ ; business room on prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc
the corner Orange Avenue Suit pressed ---__________40c. ground floor 22-60. Apply to W. L. PHONE 375
property I
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc LAWN MOWERS sharpened and West Jefferson Street

pressed ____________50c repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as FOR RENT-Apartment of 5 rooms, Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc ; Successor to
Mohair suits pressed25c.. sleeping porch, bath and cold stor
the skating rink property, for $26,000. We do ladies' work also. Giveus age, furnished or unfurnished; by TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers I Hand Wood CompanyWood
a trial and be convinced. season or year: ideal location. Inquireat repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
100 North Main, or call phone 125. ; anything in the repair line is
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 Clothes called for and delh.er.d.Phone .! .
a year 10-3-6tc our line. Just phone 304, Young's I of All Kinds
613. Repair Shop, and our man will call
and interest at six per cent. FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle at once. 9-12-1moc I PROMPT SERVICE
furnished or unfurnished by
the season month or )"ear.lith'\ garage WANTED I REASONABLE PRICE
garden, fruits and flowers. Apply -
to J. Watkins.. 9-21-lmoc WAl\iED-\liddle aged lady, withno I
fORD TIRESFront children, to cook and keep house.I i
FOR RENT-By the season month for two men in country residence,'
C. A. HOVEY or year, one upstairs flat for light three-fourths mile from city; must be 'A. B. Cook & Co.
housekeeping; also other rooms, and good cook and tidy. Address R. O. C.,
garage electric lights and bath in care of the Sentinel. 10-5-6t
$6.75 house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. Christ Building, Orlando.
9-10-tfc SALESMEN-Experienced, with good
records. Attractive proposition for
Rear !$8.25 SLAUGHTER SALE the right man. Positions open for INVESTMENTS LOANS
- ,
Buy wall for the other
your paper cheap some now; vacancies later.
next few days. Making room for our Give full particulars of your past STOCKS AND
Try a Sentinel Want Ad new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer work! and references in first letter
a. GOODEN ORANGE AVENUE Store Court street. Phone 67. Address, The Thomas Advertising
9_.t.tc. Service, Tampa, Florida. 10-E-Ctc BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESber.



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Dr. O.1.. Chapman, of Apopka
spent yesterday in Orlando on professional -
business.

.
Travel in' Panamaand RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc
everywhere on American temtow, 13 simplified' by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Miss Ernestine Crux returned home '
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would yesterday afternoon from <
Tampa
often be refused for want of proper identif atiOD. These cheques
where she had been
are: -identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for visiting relatives
business or pleasure. and friends.

The State Bank of Orlando
Fish and oysters received daily.II. .
il. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
a

Bishop Cameron Mann left yester-
day afternoon on his annual visitationto THIS MONTH RIGHT
points in South Florida. His first .
stop will be Lakeland and from there
he will go to Bradentown.Ride .rte

Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.

i 18-18-tf Deposit all the money
-
T '
b x ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benedict who .
? = have spent the summer at their for- you receive: pay for everything -

lie I tr 3 mer home Milwaukee Wis., have
returned to Orlando and report a by check. Set

very pleasant time.
aside a definite amount

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for for the future: Bank
you. 8-12-tf
di with us.
Mr. S. W. Eldredge, Apopka's pop-
ular postmaster and merchant prince I

was among the representative citizens I, -
from west Orange looking after busi- II
ness matters in Orlando yesterday.Full ,
I

line of bread, cakes and pies; : The National
Peoples Bank"It
also delicatessen-as home made potato -
salad pork and beans etc. Carl
: Jansen Bakery. Phone 52. Special Is A Pleasure
To
orders attended to promptly. Serve You"
1-10-9-2tc

Mr. J. D. Beggs, his mother Mrs.

I HUPMOBILE Leila S. Beggs, and her two daughters -
I Misses Laura and Nan Bepgs
s left yesterday afternoon over the
Coast Line for Tallahassee where

they will visit Mrs. Beggs' mother,
"Where there'slife
Mrs. R. A. Shine, Sr.
there's > . > " I MM MMIMIMMM'JMM 11111111111'111"
Hupp"J. Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

t -l8-tf MI.f 6 ..* r c.. . . ) . . .., .. .**." . MMM MMHM > MMMiM

Mr. E. E. McEwen, who was calledto
Orlando a few days since on account -
P. HOLBROOK
Dealer of the death of his brother,
Mr. B. R. McEwen, left ;yesterday for
his home in Selma Ala. He was ac- .
t
companied on his return by his little

niece Mary Fenner. : OAKLAND ROADSTER

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf .
.
Dr. N. L. Bryan and family have Top Windshield good running condition
moved into Orlando from their old ,
home on Lake Conway and are now
\4/ pleasantly located at 108 America $150 cash takes it.
street. His mother, Mrs. Mary Bryan -
of North Carolina, arrived recently -
I to spend the winter with him.


SKATING BEARSAt
the Rink matinee Friday and Sat-
urday at 3 o'clock. Admission lOc. San Juan Garage Company f
JUST
RECEIVED CARLOAD for every one. 1-10-8-2tc

OF Rev. C. C. Cline an able and emi-
nent Christian minister, arrived in
Orlando ;yesterday from Pine Bluff, Orlando Daytona

Touring Cars Ark., and will spend a few days herewith
old friends Mr. and Mrs. W. F.

Fergus, before proceeding to Daytona .,
$482.00 DeliveredF. where he will assist in conducting a
revival.


How much did you save last monthin
G. RUSH cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
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32 East Church Street Phone ..26MIIIMMIIIIII Col. W. E. Bishop, of North Orange ---
avenue has returned home from an
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extended trip which took him first to Ir
his former home in Nebraska, thence
through Canada to New England, Who Will Be Your Executor? I
where he visited at several points i
with friends and relatives before com-
ing to his Florida home. ANSWER NO. 2
.. .., "* _
-- -- Your estate may be materially impaired as a' .
Get ;your next shave at the Stand- direct result of the appointment of an executor -- '
. . . MIIIMIMDiamonds .. ard. 18-21-tf or trustee. i4 a

f. Mrs. Wirtley Scrujrgs, of Atlanta. When an individual is appointedThe :- '

Ga., is visiting her brother-in-law Dr. financial responsibility is generally weaker.It i i r (j
E. L. ::Munroe while her sister! Mrs. ""ZZ
is provided in wills that the person ,
usually .
Munroe, is ill at the DeSoto sanita- ; -
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused -: : : !?!-
Jacksonville ,
rium.- Metropolis. The
from giving bonds.
=
many friends of Mrs. :Munroe in Or-
lando will be glad to know that she is When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
doing nicely after an operation for tense of the estate and then only partial security

appendicitis, Wednesday. loss is provided.
against
Diamonds the pure, white snappy,
When a Trust Company i is selected
sparkling gem it'a n pleasure to look Savings -
nt. The kind it's Deposit your Checks! and of financial
a satisfaction' to let them earn 4 per cent interest for The positive advantage strong reFponsibillty h
own in after )-ears. That's the kind you. 8-12-tl \\a secured. iM

of diamonds toe have sold for years -- A bond which has behind tt the entire financial 'c #
dark and the only kind to buy .And Mr t" L Helms!, 'district! grandmaster strength of the Institution U always filed with -
when it comes to price, toe know our of the odd Fellow!, and' Mr-! the Probate Court tit ton m't to the estate, 1
I price* ate as low as!I any store! in the Helm!, who t is; the deputy grand, pre!"-
Aher A :3 I IViti in subsequent l issue!
State, o appear & | : -
ideht of the Lmtee of ttettekah. hll1- ,
of this!!! newspaper : ; F
tried Id Ki! !'imnne: >e!'terday trt atipttii -
BgBalHhs of thp=e fHtterhttie*
"' ---war They sera t"'J'Jlml"Alli| l hy Mr I I' It Cow in any time HPI| freely trek fer further T '
\\iiHxf, H fthiMiftg I iieht ,acid muvimrpint informatian on this. vitally important !iyt.Jl't't.Y@y ti .
in \the 0'M t',114\\-i, are i ,alwayi wekom?, ana nr efflc-* are al e ,

way glad ta adviaa _-- _ f
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T. H. EVANS taniar4 11411f! op U ea.nita.ry.
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----_----- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Doctors
JEWELER

BiickinastcT< & I Briiiidiiffc!! Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
t at Kirksvnlle Mo.
........,.. ... ..J''IIIIIIIIII., 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peop-!

National Bank. Phone 578. M 11111. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1111 MIIMIMMi .




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