Title: The morning sentinel
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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 10, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00531
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Repulse by Serbs War I ABOUT $900 Lansing Issues Statement-Ac- '

Tangle in Balkans Thickens VICTORY II
tion May Be Taken at an

-Allies Continue to !Mrs.. Lewis' Home Was in Muncie Early Date by European
Land Ind. Strict Watch "
Forces Is SUPERB PITCHING ENA- Countries AlsoWashington

Maintained for Missing -
London, Oct. 9.-Fighting of the WomanMr. BLED BOSTON TO BEAT Oct. 9.-The members I,

most sanguinary and persistent character PHILA. 2 TO 1 of the Pan-American conference after I I DEATH DEALING BLOW FROM AN UNKNOWN MOTORIST

continues along the western E. T. Lewis, one -of Orlando's a three hours meeting today at the

front from the sea to the Swiss bore skilled mechanics, who has been em- I state department unanimously decided i KILLS APOPKA BLACKSMITH JUST WITHIN CITY

der. I ployed by Contractor F. A. Peppercorn I PHI LUES ARE HELD TO THREE HITS S| | to recommend to their governments II'| LIMITS OF THAT PLACE LAST NIGHT, WHO

Attacking with determination and for some years, received a shock i the recognition of the Carranza THEN
with seeming disregard for the lossesof Tuesday evening upon his return to' '[ Foster Drove in Gardner With government in Mexico. It is believed i j,

men, the Germans, after bringingup his home on Highland avenue after a II'I in administration circles that this ,.-ilIl|I i TRAGEDY-SHERIFF GORDON

great armies of reserves, have hard day's work, that does not us- Winning Run in Ninth bring to a close the troubles in Mexico > :1 I ON THE CASE

made desperate efforts during the ually fall to the lot of the deservingman. Inning-Game Wasa which have continued for four

past 24 hours to recover their lost .

lines. His wife, during his absence had I "Peach" years.An official statement was issued by Hull's Head Was Smashed To Pulp And

Their chief efforts have been directed checked his balance in of the follows
Secretary Lansing
out as
one + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :
principally against Loos and' local which had been "The conferees after careful Died
banks so deposited 1 1+ PRESIDENT:: WILSON AND + a con- Instantly .
the hills east of Souchez, Artois and that either could check on it, had 1 + BRIDE-TO-BE sideration of the facts found that the
the Tahure I WITNESS +
hill in the Champagne taken the cash they usually kept in 1 + THE GAME + Carranza party is the only party possessing

region.In the house making in all somewherein s + the essentials for recognitionas Mangled Body Discovered When Still Warm by Mrs. Conner, of

all the northern fighting Paris says the neighborhood of $900, and had 1 + Washington-, Oct. President ++ a de facto government in Mexico, Tangerine, and Waite and Lov)),,of Apopka, Who Passed
the German attacks have
boarded the 2:43 north bound train 1 and they so reported to their respective -
checked with terrific losses. Assaults + Wilson and his fiancee, Mrs. Edith + Three Automobiles Coming From Death Scene-
the Atlantic Coast
over Line leaving + governments.
Boiling-Gait, arrived at Wash- +
have been made in massed formationat behind no trace whatever of her des- + The nations represented at the conference Inquest Will Be Held Tomorrow-Hull Had
ington this evening at 7.22 +
short intervals between.
tination, as she did not purchase a + o'clock were the United States, Ar- Been Resident of
from Philadelphia where + Apopka 28 Years
The French that
admit the Germans
Brazil Chile
ticket. gentina,
+ Bolivia -
they attended the world series +
have secured a footing in one The transfer man who called at the and Guatemala.
trench between Loos and the Lons- + baseball game.Philadelphia + At about 7 o'clock last night B. W. Hull, sixty-two years old, a
house for her stated that she had Secretary Lansing admitted that
Bethune road.I'assports. a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + resident of Apopka and that section for twentjeightears
couple of grips, and that she was go- the diplomatic agents of the Latin-
struck by an automobile driven by an unknown party just within
to Bulgar Minister ing North on business and might be American countries not participatingin.
Oct. 9.-Hail to the the city limits of Apopka, on the Apopka-Orlando road, and
Paris, Oct. 9.The Bulgarian minister gone for some time that her husbandhad the conference had been sounded was*
new series hero Pitcher George killed instantly.
to has of work here and did not and that of the
France been given his plenty they approved action
Foster of Boston who almost unaided Whoever hit the man drove on and left him to his cruel fate.
to take the at the of the conferees.
care trip present
beat back every frenzied attack of When discovered by Mrs. O. W. Conner, of Tangerine, first and a
time on account of the severity of It is understood that
' A Bulgarian Demand those battling Phillies and then in Secretary few minutes later by Leslie Waite, of Apopka, who were returning
the weather.Mr. Lansing favors
Milan Oct. 9.-The Petrograd correspondent the final inning of the game clubbedout i an early recognition to their homes from Orlando, the dead man was lying face down-
Lewis, when approached rela- of Carranza and it believed the
is in
of the Corriere Della Sera a long hit which gave the Red I ward in a pool of blood his head was smashed to a pulp and unrecognizable -
tive to the matter, said he did not state department that will be
says he has learned on good authoritythat Sox a 2 to 1 victory over the Philliesin steps his body was still warm, and for the moment it
to discuss it but later did to taken week.
care so some time next
Bulgaria will send Serbia an ulti- the second battle of the baseballchampionship i seemed' as though life was still coursing through the mangled
the Sentinel scribe. lie had known South and Central American
matum demanding the cession of series for the world's frame of the old, unfortunate gentleman.
Mrs. Lewis for the past eighteen lics will' follow the lead of the United
Macedonia as af preliminary to a dec- 'ears. They were married three title. States. Hull had been visiting!! his brother, S. M. Hull)), who lives within

laration of war. ) It was a wonderful baseball game, 150: yards of the scene of the tragedy. lie stepped out of his
years ago in and one filled with tense and thrill The European governments will brother's and it is
house supposed he was blinded by the lightsof
Object to Allies Landing
Her home was in Muncie, Ind., and also probably take a similar action at
ing moments; one which abounded in the approaching death-dealing automobile. Evidently the
London Oct. 9.-Strong representations her maiden name was Miss Ida Lewis. an early date.
are said by the Central News to Their married life had been as con- brilliant feats; yet to Foster belongsthe swerved or Hull became confused and the impact of the. fast

greatest portion of the glory because speeding of death struck him broadsides his
messenger smashing
have been made
by Bulgaria to
genial as one could possibly wish
,any he played the game, defensively head breaking several bones and throwing him for number of
Greece against the landing of French for and he tried hard to provide for AS RESULT OF SHOOTING a
and British troops at Saloniki. her wish. lie never dreamedor and offensively, that eclipsed any- feet upon his face. Not stopping the motorist sped towards Or-

every thing heretofore written in world series lando as fast as the motor would propel ,him.
suspicoined his wife of unfaithfulness -
history. MAN MAY DIEA As Mrs. Conner and Mr. Waite drove towards Apopka they
but later to
developments point
''I1ANOERSON I WON 350 the contrary.On These things Foster did while President passed three automobiles headed towards Orlando. It is stated

Wilson, his fiancee Mrs Gait that the last car looked like an Overland, but this information is
the evening of September 10, affair
shooting occurred the
and his party, together with 21,000 in not positive. When they the form
came of
upon mangled the dead
Mr. Lewis had his Ford stolen,
colored section of the
MilE RACE IN STUTZ other fans looked on in amazement. city yesterday man they were horrified and hurried for assistance. Help was of
and the thief was overhauled at Rob morning shortly after 8 o'clock, and
He struck out ten Phillies batsmen no avail the man had been dead for many minutes. Apopka police
inson Springs in Seminole county result of
as a good marksmanship one
fanning the slugging Cravath twice. authorities got in touch with Sheriff Gordon and asked him to
Sheepshead L. I., Oct. 9. Gil and brought to Orlando.He of the parties, Wesley Mathews, is in
Bay He didn't issue a base on balls, and stop all motorists inbound from Apopka and question them. This

Anderson, driving a Stutz, won the was sentenced to one year on he allowed only three hits lie killed the colored hospital so badly wounded was done bv' the sheriff, but he stated that it was fort.five min

350 mile race for the Astor cup at the the road camp, and it is said that an off a hit for one of the Phillies, and that his recovery is doubtful. utes before the call)) came and that in all)) probability the guilty

,new Sheepshead Bay speedway this attachment sprang up between Mrs. saved Frst Baseman Hobhtzel from The story; as reported by eye witnesses motorist has made good his escape. The sheriff is working the
Lewis and the purloiner of her husband's is that Robert Williams had on
afternoon. two' errors by racing over to first case and will do all)) in his power to apprehend the party and bring
hundred thousand automobile. and that whenever been engaged by Mathews who is a
Nearly one peo- base, covering the bag and taking the him to justice.
witnessed the possible she furnished him with deli- contractor to make some repairs on
ple race.Anderson's throws which retired
the runners. Justiceitherby did not hold an inquest last night, but it
t was
cacies and other things which to
the colored Methodist and had
time was three hours go lie made the
longest hit of the postponed until tomorrow when it is thought the guilty party
make life at the camp more home the of the work may
and placed in
twenty-four minutes forty-twq game in the fourth inning when he supervision he apprehended. It is stated that Mrs. Conner and Mr. Waite

seconds. like.At smashed the ball against the right charge of another colored man. Thurs- passed the last Orlando bound car at Fuller's Springs one and

His average speed was 102.6 miles the expiration of Joe Brunner field wall for a double. He singledin day his services were dispensed with one-half miles from the death scene. As stated, the first'car to
alias Jack Brumlee's time he
was of lie
per hour. the eighth. In the ninth, with the on account inefficiency was reach' the tragedy was driven bv Mrs. Conner of Tangerine and
seen frequently at the Lewis home, not for his work at the time, but
It the maddest, wildest flight paid
was tied 1 and
score 1, and Gardner on the second car was driven by Mr. Waite, Mr. Fred Lovell)), of
and would beat a hasty retreat when told that he would have
this continent, and An- was to wait
ever seen on second, he won the game with a terrific .Apopka being with him.
thousand the time for Mr Lewis' home coming until Saturday noon.
derson gets twenty dollarsas smash to center which
netted Sheriff Gordon stopped several parties last night who were sup-
his end of the purse. drew near. I him a single. .. Yesterday morning he called on posed to have been near the scene, but the could disclose nothingor
11 Now the story is out that he and Mathews and demanded his
Tom Rooney, in a Stutz finished I The ;youthful Foster showed ex- i money. knew nothing of the man's death.
second, few seconds behind Anderson Mrs Lewis have met somewhere and The contractor told him he would
a treme for the
contempt Phillies slug- No be attributed
reason can as to why Mr. Hull)) should have
are enjoying the savings of :\Ir.Lewis' have to wait until he beforehe
thousand dollars was paid
winning fifteen gers, grooving the ball for them ev- been on the highway. It is stated that he had gone to visit hi'i

for his end. years of toil. Rumors are also ery time he could and daring them to could give him what was coming brother, who lived in that part of Apopka that he stepped out ot

. Eddie O'Donnell, driving a Duezen- rife that the automobile which was hit it. They did this three to him, and asked him what that
times in the house to take a walk and a few minutes later met his death.
stolen several days ago from in frontof amount would be. Williams said he
erg, came third and others who finished nine innings.
The deceased was well)) known to many people throughout the
were P. Penderson, in a Duezen- the skating rink was taken by The Phillies lost but not without demanded three dollars per day. This ('ounhIh" trade he was a blacksmith and lived over his shop.

berg; Tom Alley in an Ogren, and Brunner, who made a good get-away honors. They were almost helpless was considered exorbitant by Mathews He was a bachelor. He owned considerable property in Apopka.

Carl Lemberg in a DeLage. this time, and disposed of the ma before the superb pitching of Foster, on account of the nature of the '

Several other starters dropped out chine. but that did not dishearten them. Itvas I job, it being for the church. -

| during the race. I The authorities hope to apprehendthe test of their Williams became angered, and whipping Auburn.-Auburn 7, Florida 0.
a courage and their AUBURN BEATS FLORIDAScore Atlanta.-Tech 21, Davidson 6.
I couple and a sharp lookout is being gameness and they assayed 99 percent out a revolver began to shoot, South Bend.-Notre Dame 64, Has-

VOX DER GOLTZ PESSIMISTIC i maintained by the officers in the pure through wonderful support expecting the contractor to throw up kell 0.

cities and towns which it is thought I his hands and give up his pocket bookin Annapolis. University Pittsburgh
they might possibly ,...isit.1I0OU they gave to the oft-faltering Erskine 7 to 0-Yale Beats Lehighby 47, Navy 12.
of the bill. Instead of
Geneva, Oct. 9:-Marshal von der !lIaer. They fought with their backs payment One I' New Haven.Yale 7, Lehigh 6.

Goltz, the German commander of the : FOR WOMAN HERO against the wall from the .first inning doing this, the contractor started to Point-Virginia Ithaca.-Cornell 46, Williams 6.
Turkish the and run, and before he was out of reach Romps All Over Cambridge-Harvard 25, Carlisle
army, makes following they never gave up until i Indians 7.Princeton.Princeton.
statement in the course of a long article Paris, Oct. .-The Havre corre- the last man was out. had received three shots which took RichmondLexington.Washington I I 3, Syracuse 0.

in the current number of the Ger- spondent of the Petit Parisien, recall- effect in his side, arm and back. West Point. Army 22, Gettys-

man publication, "Direction of theWar. ing the old Flemish peasant woman MEAT ANIMALS OF GREATER Tom Collins the colored officer and Lee burg 0.TYPHOID.
27, Marshall 0.Chattanooga.Georgia. i I
." was close by and gathered in the
who remained under shell fire near VALUE 6, Chatta-
'"Of two adversaries whose forces shootest and he will be held in jail EPIDEMIC AT VICTORIA -
Oudecapelle tending the soldiers, Oct. nooga 6.
says Washington, 9.Prices
I are equal, he that is master of the that the Belgian minister for the interior for meat paid to awaiting the outcome of his skill. Charlotteville.-Virginia 74, Rich AUSTRALIA
producers animals
during mond 0. I I
|seas will finally
the victory. judged that none merited more the month from August 15 to Sep- WANTED-Position as chauffeur; Tuscaloosa.-Alabama 66, Owen- London Oct. 9.-An epidemic of
"The exhaustion of financial means, than she the decoration for acts of do ton 0.
tember 15 advanced one-half of 1 percent thoroughly experienced; can repair I I typhus fever has broken out in the
obtained by the destruction of com- striking courage, devotion and hu with work j rd can furnish good reference Sewanee:Sewanee 47, Cumberland -
an average ad- state of Victoria Australia according -
merce and the suppression of mari- Address Mr. R S. Pifer 0.Knoxville I
time operations will manity. vance during the same period for five Taft, Fla. 10-10-6tc .-Clemsen 3, Tennessee 0. to Reuter dispatches fry-n Mel-
undermine the Accordingly King Albert has conferred of 1 cent, i Nashville. Vanderbilt 75,
;years per according to figures { George- bourne which says 447 cases already
military power of the adversary, and the Civic Cross of 1914-15 on made public today by the Headquarters for all the latest town 0.
depart- have been
Of this number
will end by annihilating his energies." her. ment of agriculture. music. Coming every day. Curtis &. Columbia.-Carolina 41, Presbyterian reportde.
134 have resulted fatally.
O'Neal book and music store. 0.


South Florida Sentinel Since the question of national preparedness rf OXALIS

MORNING AND WEEKLY became acute proposals forthe BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE !1 i NARCISSUS -'

N. ::. GLENN ............ ..........EdiUt military training of American
w. C. ESSINGTON " .-BuiinrM---Manager- youth have run all the way from sum- II- Mrs. Mathews, in O.motherIn K. C. Journal. II IIIf ,
- you've a gray-haired
; the poetoffie at Orlando. Plop duration for i
Entered at of week's
mer camps a the old home far away
.. Second ClaM Mail Matter.
ida. SUBSCRIPTION RATK3 boys to a fairly complete course of Sit down and write the letter :. We wish to announce that m addition to our regular Seed Stock, we have adueu all kinds 01

D Df. 1 TW ........................ $5.00 instruction in elementary tactics and You put off from day to day; Bulbs, Hyacinths, Tulips. Freesias Narcissus Oxalis and other bulbs.
Flower -
6 Month ...................... 2.50 of public Don't wait till her tired steps
D Daily.ily. I Months ...................... 1.25 army management as a part Reach Heaven's pearly gate
................... of Massachusetts )
Dai1,. 1 Month .... .60 school work. Governor Walsh But show her that you think of her

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 school fathers instruction the plan enumerating for regular I Before it is too late. Bulk Garden Seed

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN IC you've a tender messageOr ;; ':
ADVANCETO among the subjects to be taught calisthenics a loving word to say,
as practiced at West Point, on't wait till you forget it We have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage: Early
ADVERTISERS military history, military map reading But whisper it today. Winningstadt Cabbage, Surehead Cabbage Snow Ball Cauliflower, Red Wethers field Onion Seed, White
personal hygiene Who knows what bitter memories White Turnip Purple Top Globe Turnip, Amber Globe Turnip, Yellow Aberdeen Tur-
Cpr !.* JUpUy Ana all ether kaadMtdvcrtiaioc and sketching haunt if wait Milan Turnip, Egg
mutt be handca ia at the bnuntu home and city May you you Italian Rye Winter Barley, Alaska, Champion England and Marrofat
mice .( the Sentinel not.latrr than Z p.m. sanitation in camp, So make your loved ones happy nip, Seven Top Turnip, Rape Lettuce
UM day before put-li atioD. ThU rule appliea first aid to the injured flag signaling Before it is too late. English Peas Cow Horn TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce, Wood's Cabbage -
to chance for contract adTcrtiiinc: it t.aanable ant telegraphy. Massachusetts Long Danver Carrots etc.
; and will be itrietly adhered U. executive approves the proposal for We The live future but in is the unknown present.; We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get fresh

Subscriber dcalrins The Sentinel d&condnued and even advocates seed.
should notify the office in writing on an annual camp, Tomorrow is a mystery garden
the date of expiration otherwise it will beontlnued compulsory training for boys past 14 Today is all our own.
at the regular subscription rate. wtih exemption from The chances fortune leads us to

Telephone until notice Numb to atop..r "u...received...... ............. 14 years poll tax of for age,those serving an three years So May spend' vanish your life's if we rich wait.pleasure :O ---i _A- N

SUNDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1915 in the state militia. Before it is too late.'he - -

Experience pretty uniformly shows have tender word unspoken The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
that young men who, as boys,
live The letter never
a. On an average married women had the rudiments of military practice The long forgotten messages.
two years longer than singles ones. are most adaptable to intensive The wealth of love unspent CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
o raining and make the most proficient For these!' some hearts are breaking.
Farmers' For these!' some loved ones wait
Well next maybe,
year time. Thereis
soldiers in the So show them that you care for them FLORIDA
Day will come into it's own. All new a time in a boy's life when he takes Before it is too late. e
innovations have a struggle at first.
instinctively to drill and the disciplineof
-0- camp, and what he learns then re 'AIR EXHIBIT AT ORLANDO TO ...A
Now if that war in Europe could be the Indian. FEBRUARY
remarks IN
mains with him, BE MADE
a world's series instead of a gloomy apolis Star. It is evident that the Subscriptions are coming in rapidly j t . . .

family scrap, this would be a better best foundation for an etfidcntt citizen (Sanford Herald) for the Sentinel. It is delivered at :: I

sphere to live on. soldiery can be laid in the early from- Seminole county will have a fine your door every morning in the week !I :

o ative years of manhood. Hut how to exhibit at Orlando when the big. Five except Monday for ten cents. Its I, :

Orange county commissioners make get that training is the unsolved ques- County Fair takes place in February.At I gives you the news of the day a full I :

appropriation necessary for forming a meeting! of the members of the four hours ahead of the Tampa paper I'' POTATOES35c
the girls of the tion.There : NEW
canning among others
is reason to fear that Gov- commercial club and several and our telegraph service keeps you

,county.Tampa Times. ernor Walsh's plan for public school last Friday night it was decided to posted on all world happenings up to ] :

-0- work, especially in the magnitude he suggest. to the county commissioners 2 o'clock a. m. Subscribe now. Watch I I''
Now we know why the presidentwas lead to needless complication suitable appropriation at the Special
about leavingthe outlines, would that they make a for subscription figures close I peck Saturday
not very anxious of an educational system for the Seminole county exhibitat of the current month. You will see 1
summer capitol at Cornish this
which even without a superimposedjunior Orlando. some surprises.
Bummer-his fiancee was a guest from Seminole, \
West Point is in danger The counties of Volusia,
there for several weeks. overloading While schooling in the Lake, Osceola and Orange will take I II

o subjects he suggests would have a part this year and the fair at Orlando I i Remembers our Dig Sale continues until next Tuesday.See .
Judging from her picture Mrs. Galt certain disciplinary value it is doubtful promises to be one of the greatestin '
will be a good looking first lady of if they would outrank the customary the history of that city.These ORLANDO CONCRETE our large bills and show windows for Bargain'sWE

the land. Everybody who has seen subjects of study in the grammarand five counties are in the lake

the picture of the bride-to-be admits high school grades. It may be region belt of counties and raise the HAVE A GOOD.LINE OF VEGETABLESWE

that the president had a good eye. 'questioned also whether it would be finest fruits and vegetables, livestock I WORKS

o worth while to teach embryonic sol: I hay and grain that can begrown
Orlando Board of Trade is to erecta
. usually is reserved and these same
diers the matter that in the state I
building costing $45,000. For the for officers' schools. Surely counties can no doubt bring exhibitions i 107 LONG STREET GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
love of Mike, folks, are you trying to astonish
there must be a shorter cut, less revolutionary to Orlando that will
in the "also ran" class?- i
put us of accepted educational the visitors. The races will also bea -

Tampa Times. standards, to a well trained citizen feature of the big fair this year, as I

o the soldiery.In some very fast stock has been signedup I All classes of Concrete work Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Some of the newspapers give state of public interest directors and many good Blocks
the present by the Building ,
president's fiancee's age as 38, while to i done. Phones 3 and 200J]
on national defense, it would appear horses from other states expect :
the New York World says it's 44. the I Piers, Walks, Steps Lawn Benches -
to be a wise step for government winter in Orlando.
This is a very vital point and the set- to make a broad inquiry on how Last year in conjunction with the I White Way Posts, Rose 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

tlement of it will appease many a best to get a large body of citiz.ensoldiery Seminole county fair the exhibits and Vine Trelices, Fence and

woman's feelings. and whether the military were collaborated and after our fair ; Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian e
0 be correlated with the; exhibit for Orlando was much
branch can the Vases of every description,
There are about 4,000 times as before, I IIMMMMIIMUMtYancey
develop a secondary armyG. and finer than ever MllllllilliMM
schools to larger Bring f III
Fountains. your
many "dark" stars as visible ones, according among all the other and Bird
first prize
ot the calculations of F. A. o taking! and winning the sum of $250 plans and get estimate for con-
TO counties
Lindemann, who bases his'estimate on It. RAMSEY POST IS APPOINTED The Seminole braves expect to gc crete work. Call and see our
the assumption that new stars are with the rock
to Orlando again this year granite and other natural

due to collisions. Will Make Tests of AH Brick Used idea of taking! more scalps and if the : faced building blocks. Plans' Meat Market Inc.FULLY
o of last .
near '
is anything
little voice and See That Contractors Live I.exhibit and estimates made. All work ,
Edison has constructed a the first prize is already won, I UP
Provision of Specifications year
mill which will work at the biddingof Up to Every Made although the other counties are mak. 1 guaranteed.

the voice. If a mother fixes one to -Selection by arrangements; to do their best T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.

the cradle the cradle will rock as the Chairman Lesley ApprovedG. and ng all of them have the goods. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
baby cries and continue to do so in

proportion to the outcry.o It.who Ramsey was,employed the expert at road a salary engineer COOK & BAAS. $ 2 9 .15 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

; ,
o I will attend to your fire insur Florida and Western Meats
said to be $10,000 a year to superintend Agents,
suppose you are keeping your I oflardsurfaced ance promptly. Christ building.
of the system
eye on the classified advertising, page the building roads in Orange County - Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
seven. The classified column of the WASHINGTON I N N D O. C
Sentinel is constantly lengthening and will oversee the building of the 917lmocFIELD'S Special' I Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

is a leader. If you have anything for first county-built brick road in Osceola / Business' IjJ P. 0. BOXa6monta
\Residence| |33 Cor. Orange A... and Church St.
sale or wan\ anything; try an ad. in county. AND RETURN
board of county commissioner
this column.HI I The
by resolution at their meeting held
-0- VIA -
- -- -- - -----
LEY'S :Monday agreed to his!!! proposition!!! to lI
handle the work for 3% per cent of

IIIRTIIDAY.Milwaukee(: WUronntn) the contract and Chairman contract Lesley with was CHOCOLATEVANILLA Atlantic Coast Line 'Z'he' IMIar JsietOF
sign u
It lit t often Raid that this Is an age ulhorized to
in which jMU'tg are not appreciatedHut hint for the work. I CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I

the t'awpiiw ntate Is preparing' to Engineer; Uamney is one of in the the TUTI FRUTIGUAVA Standard Railroad of the South OPPOSITE POST OFFICEI.'IIRSII : f
famous road engineer*
lei-nit the clntulcr. llllry U I ho most
Homer tin ShnkeFpcnrc ho ltnl*>rt wintry and rend' contractors! knowImt : AND SALT MEATSKept

Hum, hut ln IK n true port and many "Iu'llit'> U,. on the Jtllt l every It..mfot ICE: CIU'.AMS. Thkvt.. cold", Oct. IMh: toIXtrmU'd ItllltI under the brit sanitary (condition
of hiM unpt'ttfittlotu lull merit nrlniun the work must be up to the m 11t'd- em Everything 1 mwd away from the file, nnd kept fresh

>nim.ltt\in*, ittuirly nit nf them In U'lUlnn lie will hnve the U.V uf the I to Nov Kith: on pay and pure.

the linmtly illttlwt\ nf rurut liulluimnft.\ uriutge county toting; nwhlne\ Into toad AUTO LUNCHES nu-nt of $t.oo We Invite Inspection and eunrnntw t NttUfnction. We hateeverything
l-ffore they
nil brick' go
sill\ teat
He has n heart
toil 1 ,1.1,1) popular. A SPECIALTY in the Meat Line.
attuned to imtuifi lit U hi ,,)'IHPi\- till'> |uivrmnt.ThU .
thy with the common folk. I Ifs un- notion of the (commissioner' Steel: Pullman Electric LiuhUKlectrlc Self & < O.
the mlvire of Chairman' H. :1\.1.[ .
taken UI1
and he "ritflll'Ot'nUI was
(U-r.tin>iU (children : Fans
of child life in which childrenas Lesleyho stated that he would cum SANDWICH :sc. I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

well as grown people find delight."Idttle rather the work couUI! be handled by
but that for the bestmtm" -
local man,
Orphant Annie" ia u masterpiece some
of its kind So are "The 0101! >ts of the county he felt that a For Information Call on .
of experience such as Mr. Ramsey Make Our Own Ice Cream, Tackedand D. T. A.
S immin' Hole" and "The Raggedy man We W. D. WHITE, I

Man." So is the plaintive wail in should 'be employed."livery Delivered for All \ W. R. O'NEAL. C. P. & T. A \1
in Florida, said Mr
"which the pot rich his man's patent daughter right an whose'pap'a rid Lesley "has county the reputation of having Occasion t Orlando I CHALMERS AGENCY \

the first it spent -- -- -- ---
squandered money
nil all creation" pines in the palatial
hard-surfaced roads. We want to .
home which "pap's" money has pro- for ,
this reputation in Osceola ll will arrive about the
viJfil and wants "to go a visitin!' bad escape I II New Chalmers 6.10-7 passenger
I believewe I
to fiiigsby's Station, back where weUsed county and for that reason
should have a man of experienceto 20th.
It Your
to toe so' happy an' so' |>ore. Bring
to have day !see' that we get all that we pay; Welding.WACH1NP .
is a novelty in America We do all kinds of Repairing and
for American poets who are not dead. for. -Kissimmee t
but in selecting Riley for that honor Poultry problems to us. We claim to be able to help you

the governor of Indiana, though: When the Sentinel started its daily ;
doubtless moved by state pride, has feature on the editorial page solve; them in the most economical way.

made no mistake. poem(nothing. more than the usual interest i I Insist upon your merchant sending you Tampa 1111 T l\ ?'TATini\\ \]

-0- from the public was expected. How. ; d.'c will furnish it to him and AUIU "J.IIIl'U\ LJllillU11 fI
Ye editor gave a young lady fie I ver.. the office has been assailed b> Special for Hen I

Its she was about\ to start for Daytona persons who have poems they wish t better
a few days ago, with the instruction published.. It has even been suggested : there is none Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

that if she found another man uglier that subscribers clip the DailPoem -
than Bat Lanier to give it to him and paste in a scrap book. At I PHONE 417

with our compliments. She broughtthe the end of a year one would then The Co-Operative Produce Co.

nickel back. Bat drew the pre have a neat book of miscellaneous - --- .- -- '.- -
mlum at an Orlando fair a few year verse. Good idea. Try it. I W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE S7 -----
ago for being the ugliest man in attendance o- ; Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsTHE

and still has that honor.- Read the Morning Sentinel for the
Tavares Herald. news. lOc. a week delivered. \


Rev l I"::. irvine Georges, 11. A., priestin I MiMMMM 1 1 II 1 II 1 I" II II II . 1 . II II II . . II II II . It II II . 11.11. .
1. The Churches I clung I AMERICAN HUMANE ASSN i'i'AT

HumlnyNinrterntli itftrr 't'lnit! )'
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Flits \IMINI 'Urln11 )' ('''''lInlul1l"" nt li'W:: it. in. I IIInl I A Tree
M"n-j ST. AUGUSTINE "No Nursery Tree Is First-Class
11\" 1-::.hIt tit T. t'mit-oit. l>. I.l lug prayer| and flt't/11011/ tit I0ji;:;". : ;
past lit- I d.iy, mhonl\ hi ,1: p, 'm. SnU'iiiii even I
1)r I N \ Nt'\\"II, PIII\.tltlh"I.I\'ht h'' ,,"IIi!' Hint! oeihioii i\t 7sfl": |I' ID.
ViII lluld :-i\''*lon'"* III '-' "
>1':11"111): '}''dIlH.I.Ir Momlfiylli'iitlieilnioil\ of St. Andrew ('II!(> No\", S'll ; Nut ahlr } :re1 I Unless Budded :
)) (,i'.VV.. Phillipilirrctor! *f th) ? nt 7:30: (p. ID. i
'h"lr 'I'ue...l.ty-1V..utan'a AiuHUry) at :Spi'iiKt'i'M, on llu1Pmuram I
( t t .,
MrUlluiu'" H llr wli, Jr., organ 7.1; j>. m. . i z i from Bearingtrees
M. Weilri n,|<,y-Ot'inwunltin' at 7:30: I = I

The |i.tttlity| | t>t this church i imo i. I u, ",. K\mta: | prayer j and litany at rians are praitically complete for '1'
** cordially extended to nil who 7ii;;! p. m. !the 3l: th annual meeting of the Amtl1
come within i ita iluurs! We shall Its Friday-Confirmation lecture at 7 lean Humane Association, which will of a knownQuantity

glad. to have you participate in all I p. m. Choir rehearsal at R p. m, I be held at St. Augustine, Fla., November -
OUt religious services and varied ac I A cordial invitation is extended to 8, y, 10, 11.
the services. I Monday and Tuesday will be given and
tivities.) If you are a stranger 01 I
visitor, introduce yourself to the pastor I I -0I over to papers and discussions of particular I
We want you to get right/ close FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I value to those interested in I

to the Baptist Temple hearthstone. I I Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. !societies for the prevention of cruelty i of Pro-
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Or O'Neal, superintendent.Rev. ''I to animals. The last two days. Quality
and Will be de
well) Wednesday Thursday
ganized classes and teachers T. McConnell, D. D., of
;voted to the work of child protection.
prepared lessons. I Williamsburg, Va. will be present
auditorium at Delegates and visitors from many different t duction.--O.W.
in the !
Public worship and preach both morning and even- '
I sections of the country have
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pas-
tor in the pulpit. Morning subject, ing.The regular quarterly communion indicated their intention. of being pres

"The Unbroken Links in God's Plan.; will follow the morning service. Ev- ent. Conner.
!1 The speakers number some of the I
Subject at the popular evening ser- .
ery member of the church and con- -
;foremost humanitarians and anti-
vice, "The Spoiling of a Name.
is to be
6:30 gregation specially urged cruelty workers in America. Great Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't bo
B. Y. P. U. meeting at p. m.; service at
Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. present. Morning begins care is being taken, it is announced grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
11 o'clock and the evening service at
to secure a well balanced program
and fellowship meeting on
Prayer 7:30.. Strangers are always welcome.
which will be of practical benefit to
Wednesday night. I
Good music attentive ushers; welcome all who attend the meeting.
Special attention is being paid to Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLA'V AHA

- There will be a meeting at Conway, the development of humane education.In NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
AXD MISSIONARY I in the M. E. church, on October 28th, order that the delegates may havean nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac
called a "Harvest Home" meeting. opportunity to see how it is being i
ALLIANCEMeet Every one is cordially invited. introduced into the school work of complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-

every Sunday afternoon at 22 Everybody bring an offering from states, Miss Elizabeth W. MAND trees that were properly} propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
school at
Pine street. Sunday
2:30 yest m., and preaching at 3:30. the farm, ouch as fruit, corn, potatoes Olney, of Providence, R. I., and Miss five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc
You are especially invited to meet pigs, calves chickens, or any- Anna M. Woodward, of Rochester N. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. I'lanterVh}' of course you would sell your

with us and bring the children.CIIHISTIAN thing that can be sold. .Y., will give illustrated addresses be- trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not n SELLER, and YOU ARE
There will be preaching at elevena. schoolchildren
of the
-- m., after which a basket dinner will fore a big of St Augustine.\ Interested in the very best result you cnn get from your grove when you have spent' your
be served. time nnd money to bring it into bearing
Sunday school at DU5 A, m. In the afternoon nit of the offerings I.I Then do not be mislead by claims Intended fur that purpose alom, but buy your trees!'! where

Services at 11 a hl.J' subject", "Am will be sold at auction Oh the streets Specials for Satur- you nre nbunlutely' nfd. Get them from (the DCI\t.A WAliA NURSERIES: : the orlglnittors .
Min tti"ea!e, and Death Henl? for the benefit of the
Wednesday eVehlhg/ service at 7l45.tbirtl :). of thurch Conway, of i proper| practices! in propagation fur the express) purpose of producing the one! thing$

floor, turner! "Mouth' (Orange) If you hawed an offering from the day and Monday Florida needs/ in the murkut! JlrftelHfi\ fruit tutu\ plenty of it.
ttml Church street? Iihtu: hrs ! Shnnwl'Iv't/+
farm, money will t>e just! 'Hi tit'lIlt! | = 1(1(' I.uunds Urnhulntal Sugar 11,00 / \
on Church i tiept.HT. ""'tI. The Lard has I.JtIiitt.1Iii with | Flam- :\ I '
hest Patent l
ten\nttlful\\ minai' and we are tU peace' 12: pound sack fur ----- -- 5t24 \' vny, over the ordinary method of propnumion) Whnt then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
I.I'KT.'H: ('.\1'11 tUII.\I: with till the world, eo I tIi chow ear : pound sack for __-_____11,00 comparison? CATALOGUE: 1 FIUlVrite I for it,
Very Rev Henry Huttrem ltemsen. thankfulness by. bringing a Qotl l offering Imposed Lemons per doen ____le

dean, Fancy Head Hice per '1b ________fie --------
October 10th, Nineteenth Sundayutter fly) order of committee; K P Jones, Tomato Catsup, 25c:: size for ____J8c I

Trinity H T, arnol.i.11. Slater Meal, Grits and S. Feed 9 Ibs for :25c
1130 a, m. The Holy) Communion, Pure ground Coffee, per pound I8o I I Ocklawaha Nurseries
9:45 a, m, Sunday school), The "hunter's delight" Is a name Washing Powders, 5c. size, 7

11 a, m. Morning prayer and ser- that might be used for the beautiful pacKagva.1. 6 lur_ _____________-_"*.!<'jv::,.
mon. and artistic window display of guns, I 3 cans assorted Soups for _____-_25c O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and I shells, belts, hunting jackets, caps 3 cans Pork and Beans for _______25c
short address. etc., that can be seen at one of the
and Prunes, 2
I Fancy Peaches
The Cathedral is a free church, and I hardware stores of Orlando and pounds for -________________25c G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida
is open every day and all day for I whose name we would like very much
prayer and meditation.ST. I to mention, were it not for the fact Honest Weights and Measures : .

-0-- I that it seems very much against their Cash Grocery Co.
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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 $55.00I


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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 in all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.Prices .

can be described by only one word, "distinguish-

4/' ed." The varying models assume a becoming $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50

;/, effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up.



CHEl'E{ IE CHINE, 10 inches wide large: election lAIiAHDINE, 48 inches wide very popular, in all I CHARMINE white 10, a inches beautiful wide lustrous. . . .silk. . .in. black. . . .and. .$2.25:
.: the wanted shades . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.30SHEPIIEID :>> I
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tions, 21 and :16: inches, and priced at $1.75; exceptional value . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50
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$1.50; and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sl.OO 36 inches wide . . . . . . . . . . .$1.:>0 STORM SERGE, :51 inches wide, black, white and

.. navy: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.05;

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::16 inches wide, $1.30, $1.25 and . . . . . . $1.00 beautiful soft finish in all the wanted shades. .$1.50: I extra value . : .izr-

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Inning A. F. Odlin returned Tuesday

Boston-Hooper walks; Scott fouled from New Hampshire, where she had
Park News out to first; Speaker singles to right been spending the summer with relatives -
Hooper going to third; Hoblitzel up; and friends. Her charming
Speaker out stealing; Hooper scores
and lIoblitzel singles to center; Lewisup daughter, Miss Evelyn, is expected
; Hoblitzel out sealing. One run, home next week. She will be accom- ,
two hits one error.PhiladelphiaNo. friend who )
panied by a will spend the
runs no hits, no
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe errors. Second- Inning prise.winter in Arcadia.-Arcadia Enter.

Boston-Gardner singles to right
Town And Rollins College Barry strikes out; Thomas out at Mr. and :\lrs.1... D. Jones, of Tampa -
first. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia-Cravath strikes out; and Mrs. J. H. Ross, of Florence

Luderus strikes out; Whitted out Villa, who have been attending the
SOPH-FRESHMAN RECEPTION CITY WILL PAY MATTHEWS short to first. No runs, no hits, no citrus seminar at Gainesville, were in

Without doubt the entertainment DAMAGE BILL errors. Third Orlando yesterday en route to their

given by the sophomore class in honorof At an interesting and'lively sessionof Boston-Foster out Inning at first; Hooper homes in South Florida. They were 1

the freshmen at Carnegie last the ctiy council Friday night the strikes out; Scottup, strikes out. No making the trip in their automobileand

night was one of the neatest little town government decided in favor of runs, no hits, no errors. were accompanied by Mr. Paul

affairs that has been pulled off for a paying the damage bill of $461.50 pre- Philadelphia-Niehoff strikes out; Wilson.Mr. .
i Burns grounds to first, out; Mayer
long time. sented by Mr. Matthews, for injuries
strikes out. No runs, no hits, no er
All members of the class of '19 received when he ran his car into rors. and Mrs. J. H. Vick, of Orlando -

were labeled at the beginning of the some electric light wires while repairs Fourth Inning C. A. Heidt, of Tampa, Mr. and
flies out to short
festivities with highly exaggerated! were being made, two months loblitzel out at first; Lewis singles;; Mrs. S. Ross, of New Smyrna, and

tissue scarfs in Rollins colors. Sev- Gardner flies out to Whitted, sensational Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carter, of Or-
eral amusing contests were held. The ago.The fire limits of the town were extended catch. No runs, one hit, no er lando, were among those from out of

freshmen were sworn in by Professor one block south and now reachto rors. hits town who came to attend the funeralof ,
Philadelphia runs, no no
Hanna, the major domo of the even- the end of East Park avenue. errors. the late Mrs. Julia Griffin on

ing, and the class of 1919 was duly The council also voted in favor of Fifth Inning Wednesday.-Kissimmee Valley Ga-

declared "initiated." Rigid rules were paving Osceola avenue from Chase Boston-With two down Foster zette.
laid down by the class of '18 for their avenue to the bridge. This contract doubles to right; Hooper walks; Scott We take pleasure in announc-
flies out to left. No runs, one.hit, no
youthful companions.Last will go to the Southern Clay Manu- errors. Mrs. Jacocks and two charming that
on the program came the facturing company which is doing all Philadelphia-Cravath doubles to daughters, of Orlando, arrived this our

formal "campus parade" of the newly of the town's street paving. The con- left; Cravath Luderus doubles Whitted to center, groundsout scoring week and have rented the Chamberlain -

elected freshmen, who were conducted tract requires that the entire paving ; Luderus; to third; Niehoff up lines cottage on Ocean avenue, where

around the horseshoe circle, past system be completed within 90 days. i to first put; Burns strikes out. One they will be until their cottage on Grand Exhibitionof
Knowles the and back 2 hits,
Chase. Studio run. no errors. Atlantic avenue is finished. Friendsof
towards Carnegie. The imposing part TODAY'S SERVICES AT WINTER Sixth Inning
Boston-Lewis strikes out. No Mrs. Jacocks and daughters will be
of the ceremony came when nearingthe PARK CHURCHES runs, no hits, no errors. glad to hear that they will make Sea
library. The procession halted Each Sunday morning the Sentinel I'hiladelphia-Bancroft singles to breeze their future home.DaytonaHalifax
beneath a clump of pines and each will publish the announcement of services center; Paskert out. No runs, one hit, Journal.

freshman was forced to kneel at the for the day at Winter Park no errors. Seventh Inning

base of the largest tree and reverently houses of worship. If you are a Boston-With one out Barry singles The yacht Framalin with Mr. and I I

kiss'a marble slab, on which were stranger in the town you will thus be to left field; Thomas grounds to Mrs. James Laughlin III. aboard left I Millinery and ReadyTo
short, forcing Barry; Thomas at first;
inscribed several mystic words. enabled to find your own church home.If Nantucket Wednesday morning. They
Thomas at first; Foster singles to
Returning to Carnegie the membersof you are a resident, the notices left; Thomas on second; Hooper will stop in New York until the 15th WearFor

both classes were served a cream should prove of equal interest. A grounds to third, goes for hit, bases of the month, when they will leave

course by the committee in charge of cordial welcome awaits you among full; Henriekson, batting for Scott, for Florida, expecting to reach Day-

the affair. It is safe to say that the the good people of these various pops up. No runs, three hits, no er- tona the early part of November.

occasion will long'be remembered by churches and you should avail your- rprs.PhiladelphiaCravath strikes out; Miss Bessie Mahady, Mrs. Laughlin's Fall and Winter

the class of 1919. 1 self of the opportunity to attend at Luderus flies out; Whitted flies out. sister, who is at her home in Cambridge 1915-16
No runs, no hits, no errors.
I least one of the day's services. Eighth Inning at present, is expected to join will take place at the
i -0- Boston-No hits them their south.
runs, no no errors. on way
AFTERNOON MISS DENNISON TO PLAY AT Philadelphia runs, no hits, no i

The new Winter Park-Orlando band THE BAPTIST CHURCH errors. of LaGloria
I I Mr. C. S. Stevens, ,
which organized Thursday eveningat Miss Dennison, the instructor in Boston-Gardner Ninth Inning singles to left; Cuba, is visiting at the home of his Grand Theatre

the Lyric theatre will hold its first piano and organ at Rollins, will play Barry flies out to center; Jandrin out sister-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Bell Stevens
regular this afternoon at Or- both and at first Gardner to second Fos-
the organ at morning evening ; goes ; 311 West Church street. Mr. Stevens
lando. At the church. ter singles to center, scoring Gardner,
organization meeting services of the Baptist
has been making a general tour of the
Foster taking second strikesout.
sixteen musicians appeared with their Miss Dennison is a stranger in Win- One run two hits; Hooper no errors. Northern States. He is very much Wednesday the 13th day

instruments and a very creditable rehearsal ter Park but her work at the college Philadelphia-Stock flies out to pleased with Florida and particularly

was held. It is planned for has been of such a high order that left; Bancroft strikes out; Paskert Orlando, and would like to remain in of October
hold rehearsals in flies out to center. No runs, no hits,
the Orlando
to feature of
present there is no doubt this one no errors. this section for some time, but as he
one week and in Winter Park the service would of itself prove suffi- R. II. E. is the manager for a large fruit con-

the following week.E. ceintly attractive. to fill the church to Boston _u_________. h____ 2 10 0 it is to return to his
O. McIntosh, of Orlando, is to capacity. Philadelphia Time-2 hours____5__minutes.________ 131 home on the necessary island. Commencing at 9:30: A. M.
direct the organization anti will be -0BAPTIST

ably assisted by Victor Collier, of i CHURCH BOARD OF TRADE NOTES ALL Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley, Mrs. J.
Winter Park. .Both of these gentlemen 9:45. Sabbath school, under the BOOSTERS Wade Tucker, and the Misses Lawler

have had years of experience in superintendence of F. N. Boardman. motored to Orlando yesterday from The Exhibition will be on
band work and have the ability and the The Board of Trade entertainment
11 a. m. Sermon by pastor Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. Lesley
determination to give Winter Park Rev. C. T. Douglass; subject, "The committee consisting of the follow- were here to see their son, LeRoy,
Orlando band of which the ing: J. D. Barnes, W. It. O'Neal
and a two Inspiration of a Cloud of Witnesses. who is ill at St. Luke's hospital. The

towns may feel proud. 6:15: p. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting. A Gray Rush, Lester Beeman N. P. young! man came home from Charleston Living Models
Yowell W. M. Glenn DeWitt MillerG.
The promoters are planning an cordial invitation to all young peo S. C., where he was a student at
eighteen piece band, and are arrangeing pIe. R. Ramsey will get together with the Porter Military Academy, the first

to give their first public concert 7 p. m. Sermon by the pastor; sub- the city commissioners and arrange of the week to have his eyes treated.
the early of November. "Is the of Miracles Past?" for the entertainment of the Boosters
part ject, Age He has numerous friends in Orlando Your attendance will be
from Arcadia, who will be here next
Miss Dennison, organist.CONGREGATIONAL who hope that his improvement will
HERE FROM HAVANA -0- Wednesday with about twenty auto- appreciated
mobiles. be rapid. \
Dr. E. Moreno, of Havana, Cuba, CHURCH
arrived in Winter Park yesterday to Sunday school at 10 a. m. Interest. The Board of Trade committee appointed -
will meet the Boosters down r
place his son, Edward R. Moreno, in ng lessons and faithful teachers. WIN";:R PARK FLORIDA .y
the road and escort them to town-
the academic department at Rollins 11 a. m. Usual morning preaching
College. Dr. Moreno, when asked I services, with the pastor Dr. W. L. Leon Fort A. Y. Fuller, I. W. Phil- The taxes of the town of Winter

concerning the relative heat of Win- Barze, occupying the pulpit. lips, J. P. Holbrook, and John Cook. Park, Florida, are now due and maybe
There will probably be others paid at the Bank of Winter Park
ter Park and his home city, stated 7 p. m. Evening song service and down also. go Winter Park Fla. We request that this notice

that for several weeks before leaving Drenching.CONGREGATIONAL. All who have not yet paid their
Havana the average temperature was --0- The New Smyrna good roads bunchis taxes for the year 1915 will please will be accepted as an individual -
CHURCH back and reports a fine timebigfish call at the Bank of Winter Park and
about 85, and that during last week,
fry, etc. It looks from all indi- pay same as soon as possible.C. invitation.
which he spent at Tampa, the temper- 9:45. Sunday school. D. POWELL, Tax Collector. No cards.
.. ature ranged well up around 95 degrees 11 a. m. Preaching by Rev. C. E. cations that they will get the road 10.7-6tc
Fine Orlando 30
through. thing.
each day. "Of course the tem- Enlow, pastor.
perature here yesterday was much 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor meet- miles near ocean.
less oppressive," and he seemed very ing' followed by the evening sermon, MRS. MARY A. COX
The Florida Power has
favorably impressed by Winter Park the two services ocmbined lasting one company Presents the
W. H. Warnock
hour. employed surveyor,
and Rollins. - to look to and secure right of way FASHIONS OF THE HOUR

SIDEWALK WORK PROGRESSING ALL SAINTS CHURCH for high tension electric line branch- inEXCLUSIVE
Communion. Ser- ing from their line near Istachatta to BLOUSES
11 a. m. Holy
Promptly at noon yesterday Orlando distance of about 67 miles.
& Holdorf mon by the pastor, Rev. G. J. Litch. a I NECKWEAR
sidewalk forces of Kummer
This will enable many small towns to '
far the Only the one today. AND NOVELTIES
completed the paving as as
secure cheap power.-Citrus County
intersection of New England and East Chronicle.

Park avenues. The work on Fair- WINTER PARK PERSONALSMrs. 510 West Street Orlando .

banks avenue was completed Thursday -
J. B. Shank, who has been visiting BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
afternoon and Chapman avenue
for several months at her old
was finished yesterday.Next The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man INGLENOOK CAKE AND
Wednesday work on the boulevard home in Canada, is expected to return will bring in a car of fine palms the CANDY PARLOR
to her Winter Park home tomor coming week. Any one wishing his
will begin, and will be completedas
services and experience will please
quickly! as possible. The boulevard row. drop him a card at once, and he will Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
walk will be paved six feet ni call to see you and make you hard etc.
G. B. Eldridge and family, who time prices. For reference the
width and will extend from East aPrk see Orders taken for parties.
have been spending the summer palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
avenue to the edge of Lake Virginia, months at the old home in New York set out five years ago. J. Mooney, Located in rear of Branch's Book
making one of the most attractive and Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc Store, Arcade
state, are again established at their
beautiful boulevards in the state.
pretty Winter Park home. .

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CHOIR Miss Rose Powers, an attractive

of Winter Park, arrivedin

thorough Plans are reorganization on foot for an of early the Bap-and weekendith young Orlando lady yesterday her friend to spend Miss Gail the | | Winter Park Auto Co.

tist choir. Several changes will be
Davis at her pretty home on Lucerne
made and it is hoped that the work of
the organization will be greatly im

proved. Baxter A. Galloway, manager of BUICK and FORD CARS '

the Winter Park Telephone Exchange, ilicksonIvosENT
has rented Dr. Douglass cottage just

east of the Henkel block and will live
Repairing Painting and Auto
The Baptist Missionary and Ladies'Society in Winter Park. The offices of the ,

will meet at the church Tues- exchange will be moved to the new

day afternoon at three o'clock. location. SuppliesOPEN

FORTNIGHTLY CLUB TOMORROW When in need of a veterinary call ....
The first meeting of the Fortnightly on Dr. A. F. Richmond Formosa, Fla. ...
Club for this season will be held DAY AND NIGHT

tomorrow afternoon at the home of An ad. in the Morning Sentinel awe

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Pathe. "Romance of Elaine." 26th
The Baptist Baraca class meets Three other good reels. .

Installation Baptist Today Baraca class officers regularly at 9:45 o'clock every Sun This episode of "Romance" is a
\ day morning and in its work the discussion thrilling Don't and a very exciting episode.
fail to see it Monday.
Regular church services. plan is used and general class Five and ten cents.
Monday. October 11. discussion is encouraged. Practical
Mendelssohn Club business meeting --
evening. lesson questions are also considered
Woman's Civic League, afternoon. every Sunday. Any adult not con-
Rosalind Club business session, after- nected with any other Sunday school Corner Main and Jackson streets.

noon. October will be welcomed at the regular meet John B. Ley, pastor. N :-
Tuesday 12. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Senior Class, St. Luke's Cathedral,
evening. ings.All members are urged to be pres- Good music, organized classes, ef-

Younger Matrons Card Club, Mrs. ent this morning, as the installationof fiicient instructors. O O
Dc;.Vitt Mixer: hostess: afternoon. Make your Bible study headquarters I CHARMING INDEEDare
the new officers of the class will
Wednesuay. October 13. with us this winter. You won'tbe the rings, pins? La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings on view here.
Bachelor Girls, Miss Jean Person, take place at the morning services.TRIAXGLE They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
hostess. sorry. novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
Suffrage League, 10 o'clock a. m., at SOCIETYThe Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
Unity Chapel.Thursday. regular monthly meeting of the No Senior League, as the young of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
October 14.
the of the warrants.
quality jewelry
with the
meet Glee
Gentlemen's evening at Rosalind Club. Triangle Society will be held at the Triangle

Gun Club shoot, afternoon Baptist church, Sunday evening at Society at Baptist church. ALLEN & CO. Ew.ERSa
Friday. October 13.: The
evangelistic party will be withus ,
W. C. T. U. 6:30. The topic for the evening is
Topic: "Lojal Temperance -
at both services will
Legion." Leader, Mrs. 1C. Bel- !. "Leaders and Followers." Mrs. S. E. meeting con- b en
lamy.D. Ives, Sr., will lead and Miss Eva Mc- tinue throughout the week daily at ==
f 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Quaters will sing. An urgent invitation -
A. R. SILVER JUBILEEThe We invite the and
prayers presence
is extended all who interested
to are -
usual Daughters of the American I sympathy of all the Christian people. ;:
expression to .A TilE TIME TO PAINT
Revolution will hold a silver jubilee I + - s

from visitors Washington tomonow in Memorial I Mrs. Alston Haile has issued invi- ST. JAMES CATHOLIC J- is right now. Don't let things go
Continental Hall in celebration of until the house, barn, fence or floor
tations for a bridge party next Rev. Father M. Fox, pastor.
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the {, begins to look shabby. A little of our
Or- Wednesday afternoon at her home on Sunday school at 9 a. m.
returning to founding of the society.Representatives t ready to use paint will put your horn
in honor of her house
Riverside Drive Mass at 10 a. m. and week day E ,
of practically even .,, in fine trim and save you the cost of a
guest, Miss Roberta Branch, of Or- morning service at 6:30 a. m.
lando N 0\ much bigger paint bill later on.
patriotic organization in the countrywill
: lando. Thirteen tables will be filled. Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. 1f '

be on hand for the opening exer- -Palatka News.OIILANDO Choir practice at 7:30 p. m. Tues ( ; 11111 1'
cises at 3 o'clock. day. 1j $ .
President Wilson is to give a greeting
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
to the Daughters and their guestsin

the beautifully decorated hall of lly Charles LI m pus, Class 1916. HCMEMliElt 205 S. Orange Avenue

the organization. The decorations The high school is planning to do That if you spend any money at the COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261
comprise many unique features depicting great things. this year in the way of Model Cafe it will be paid out in
Orlando to local tenters
the \ tiou! striking events in
athletics We already have it football that I N the way to build a town.
the history of the society I tt'ith1'hirh expects! to "clean up" on Out Sunday chicken dinners! and
"I sec so many Mr. \\illiam Cummings Story li come of the helghtiorthg high fcfhunl, those, petted' throughout the' ,,'eeki nil
to Introduce, the president with mi tulilifM Mt the (trice of \25: rent, ate 'est
the fact that they
Dodge Cars in New !' of Ytelctittie to the vUiUng!' ( tleletMlliiii :loot their first\ vvhioh was i foe the mime)',
game, In Baily tm iit| t hf fifth ytn? CAREY HANDFUNERAL
end feature. of the |mi jFBmU scheduled' for t'Hthy, with the O"t't'I) : c tllt'lt rty and night

Jersey. I in I lie H talk 'liy MFS Mary H, bock.wood Irt. high .M'ttMul' eleven, at Kissimmee.\ MODKI: CAl'IS, I

l, the surviving founder (if the The game, however, Wl1ft"" DIRECTORAND
society l throughout, the spore taint (1 to 0 in
Official l I and diplomatic Washington favor of Kls8immee/ EMBALMERAll

also' will 'do well represented! at the The team has as its new coach Mr

exercises I and! the glittering uniforms Mao Tallman, Mr, M CrA ken having
of the foreign and the mill
envoys the account of
i to give up place on
tar)' and naval delegations will add'a ,business. The boys are very enthu- calls answered Promptly Dayor
picturesque feature to the event
siastic the and to
over sport hope
"New York sure Each guest as he enters the hall will clear their record of one lost game GRANDTOMORROW Night. Hand Block.

receive an attractive souvenir medal when they play the return game with

has a lot of Dodge whcih was struck off in honor of the i Kissimmee in the near future. Orlando Florida.

anniversary. I I The students have lately been agitating ,
At nine o'clock tomorrow night a
the organization of an athletic RESIDENCEP110NE 457.I
Cars. reception will be held in Memorial !, PHONE 639. ,
"association and a meeting will be held
Continental Hall. Mrs. Story and the week decide it.
I this coming to upon
natienal officers of the society wi'll..r An association of this kind would be

form the receiving line. I(I very helpful in promoting athletics of
The officers expect to be able to ,'all kinds in the high school. 11111111111111111111111111111111111 II 1111 If 1111111111
announce at the afternoon gatheringthat held this
The Juniors a meeting '
the $25,000 remaining to be paidon past week and as a result Miss Helen "AN INNOCENT SINNER"A .
their debt of the hall had been elected Mr. .;.
Hurlburt was president;
"Why I under- raised. Mrs. Story and her aids have Richard Tucker vice-president and Broadway Star Special Fea- I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
been working hard for some time to Mt
Miss Althea Tichenor, secretary
ture in three big acts featuring
accomplish this as a fitting featureof ,
treasurer. The Juniors are gettingan
stand they are pay- the twenty-fifth anniversary of early start toward the JuniorSenior !
the society. The subscriptions were reception at the close of the school .
y.I p
ing $50 bonus for raised in multiples of 25, ranging year. This shows that they must be
from 25 cents to $25. I II
expecting to do things in a grand
deliveries in + !I manner. I
The orchestra rendered its second HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 60
The state convention to be held' in program of the year on Friday morn- CURTIS & O'NEAL

f Boston. Orlando November 9, 10, 11 and 12, ing in the chapel hour as usual. There Portraying all the important

promises to be one of the greatestever has been marked improvement in the
held in the state. Many promi- events of the day.A .
orchestra as well as in other lines of Insurance Loans Real Estate
the will
nent women from over state
school We
music in the high lately.
attend. Mary Harris Armour, the
now have a vocal instructor and expect -
"cyclone speaker" of Georgia, will be to make some progress in choral Rentals

our convention speaker and will be work this winter.At GOOD BILL .

heard two evenings. Meetings will the last meeting of the board of

be held in First Methodist church. trustees the school was voted $200 to

"In The church is well adapted as head. in chemical .
Colorado I use securing a laboratory.This
for convention. The different
quarters added to the physics laboratorywill
5 cents 10 cents
churches and local talent will furnishthe
make line of
a very complete experimental
was of a mountain muaio. On Thursday evening the apparatus.

Rollins College Glee Club will be with ESTABLISHED XUI

so steep thatno ua during the entire service, givingas COUNTY:' PROSECUTOR WILL GET
mnny numbers as time will allow. YOU .
The "diamond medal contest" will

car but a Dodge i ht' held Friday evening. Brine the Have you paid your state and coun. I

young people from different parts of ty licenses! If you haven't you'd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IlilllliilllMIMMMHand's

could make it. the state who have won gold and better get busy with the tax collector

grand gold medals. This will be one right away, because If they are not

of the bent features of the convention paid by November first, the county

'. -- prosecutor may get you.

MRS. CHENEY: RETURNS: Mrs. J. T. Watkins and sister, Mrs.

Mr.. J. M. Cheney returned yesterday (J. .... Tomlin, left yesterday afternoon
from Highlands N. C., where she tor Arcadia where they will visit reUatlves.

greatly enjoyed the summer in the Col. and Mrs. Watkins have

mountain regions of that state. En recently returned from Ashevllle', N.

route home :Mrs, Cheney stopped over C., where' they spent the summer, and

In Atlanta (Ua., to spend A week with they 'both report a fine and beneficial

old friend! Mr. and Mrs Uw. C.Mutitrer outing
Pure Ice CreamMade
L W former popular' and "rul1.1l..

sent resident uf Orlando. TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY!

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hendituaiterii, for all kinds @fbulb
alias (ilady.* Thomas, ""lIhtut: and seed' fall\ in and see
Phillips Mr. and Mrs." H: A. Thorn-, hoe gone them Of|"mla' Seed' and "1'rodiu-e ('\\., In Orlando

to ..\Ulltl0"? here he will assist :SiuiiH: [ Or"ng"'I\" i'hoite" toil
l It<) t0atfe<
her friend MUs! King! who with her '

0 mother, U in the Oate City, selecting l FtIR SALE:=Nice young fig tree;
Mica I King' trousseau for her wedding ! big purple kind; plant them now
& which U to take place in Arcadiain Also one-horbe cultivator, new, for
half price. :JOS: E, Robinson avenue.
November, I HMO-tit Phone 566666The

RETURN FROM TRIP WANTED or 20 acres of im.
proved or unimproved land, close to .
Sons Dr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy returned Orlando. Quote lowest price and best
to Orlando Friday evening terms. Address J. B., care Sentinel.

from an automobile tour of western 10-10-lt

North Carolina. They made their LOST-Setter dog, about 3 years old;
headquarters in Asheville and made answers to name of Spot; light tan
daily trips to nearby towns and and white color. Dog disappearedabout
thousand October 1st. Reward for return .
places. They travelled two to P. T. Peel, R. F. F. 1.
miles. 10.10-6tc ....

- - j cities! have been made acquainted with
fail to see A BALKAN A NATIONAL MISSIONARY I the church' plan and )the .Jlln<> urul H R. BERRY A

moro dial rh't superintendent have

"Mutt and Jeff In College"SAYYOU CONVENTION had I the responsibility of the Bannpaiign

'told upon them. The well oririinixcd .

EPISODEi press'" of the church. it being ,

i called tiK| >n to t give generous spurn tllI.utlt A complete' lino of ford Acceasories '
Will Meet at ('him!:.. October.
BOOB.! RUMMY RUM, RUMMY RUM Dv OUIM"I H. ('ll t\U'lc.; the denominational and ,Uitiinlimtlomil
WHO EVER HEARD RIFF RAFF.!' PUFF; 11 I ; Next IIU (i.illu-riim: plan of (ho campaign. ; a stnlf of expert nil'rhan

1-1 OF A BALD HEADED! DANDRUFF! DANP UFF!' The lltllkail liite. mire Ilillf U il'ijti-h! Will Mvi't ill Washington. The l're.hyterinn will send un agentto Ics to render satisfaction in uU
convention city in advance of
FOOTBALL PLAYER? little Wiii-Moiii; that have Ixt-n Uh; IlIn: 1). ('. I
1 WOOF! woorI'NOAF! ..".- another from time immemorial I, the contention, who will meet leadingmen lines of Automobilo IlepairWork.
of the Presbyterian churches and
IyeMIIt mil nil uf them halve U-eii righting, theTurk. Vulcanizing, Oils ant)
If the litany occurrences In the New York OctUnuaiunl 1 preparations outline measures for securing< a rep-

AO.', I J IInlkllnll of a romantic nature could l.efathered are being made by the home resentative attendance at the convention Gasoline! and fair and square
together; there would' lie and foreign missionary agencies of of church officers and members. prices.

.r tnnugh uf them to supply story tellers the United States, for co-operation in Two special men have been employedto
1 e I _I I for hundreds of }ean The" following the National :Missionary Campaign give their entire time to the work.

is a sample the first great convention of which During the convention, prominent
Not far fromdnall.plt' there liveda
will be held in Chicago, beginning October leaders will be in attendance, who
country girl named Tan+sa. $hewa3
14. In all there to be will meet with the Presbyterian delegates
[ are sev
a ChrMi.in inhabiting:; a region For Nine YearsWe
's&t&QNIcCSV ruled by the Turks. Tarlssa'a home enty-five men's conventions in the one entire afternoon, leadingth

was just south of the border line lie leading cities of the country, culmi conference and following it up to

tween Turkey and Uoumelia. One dar nating in National Missionary Congress a practical outcome. have been in business at the
of Kouinelians" beaded by a
a party Washington, next April.
young mall Boris Ixvatz. came down, \Vitin the past two weeks in special U ITmClIl'UCIl I same location, Corner of South
of )Iarltznn'r in
the valley the pur
conferences, leaders of three denomi_ Sunday School 9.45 a.m.
suit of a band of Turks! who had carried i' :rain and Church Streets.
nations met with missionaries and Unity Circle Wednesday 3 p.m.
( ) off some Iloumelian women. Before I
It'' 3 his return be had met Tarissjt and other men, organizing and training Church service begins Sunday, Oct. II| Phone 226

there had r..ulhod a love affair. Loral : them for the part they are to take in lithe 11 a.m.
was siitiessful In rescuing; the the campaign. From 40 to 70 men I -

"' 1 f q/r 1 women be b id mime for and went l hu\\ were in attendance at each confer- The hired girl has went-she was :, Orlando's Leading Repair Shop

u .t'ehrr'Pr. into Iloiiuieiia! ence. The Methodists met at Ocean hired, she was tired, she was fired;
/ s Had it not l been for baving met Tarissa -
Grove, several bishops being present; but smile-you can get another by I and Garage
be might never have come into
the Congregationalists at Chicago, using our want ad. column)
rm ''i' tIJ"ii Turkey again; and been safe from the
-- --
and the Atlantic --------- - -
revenge due bun for the rescue. But Presbyterians at
there is no risk a man will not take City, Dr. J. Ross Stevenson moderator -

iiIih llj; for lo\e. and It was not loujy before be of the general assembly, presid- SKATING RINKLADIES'
the border visit
was again across on a ing.
rt rl/rr
"lt. milt / to his sweetheart: Indeed be came HO
1 m uty ,1/11t Under the direction of its Laymen's
t I/lltt, .it.. .v ILlI'lI/i'' / often that It got out among the Turki Missionary Movement, of which Dr
Il f t I It'" that this! enemy had been captivated SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES
Fred B. Fisher is general
V - ;g1If II..!"'" ,." by a girl; and was making periodical the Methodist church is making secretary DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
visits to her. So H watch was wt for special -
t illV NJ/I 1Gi!I i lYUs : '1 him.One efforts to conserve the result -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

,', 'j''I(,\\\ day the spy who wns selected that will accrue from the impulse of INSTRUCTORS
..' ''IJ/' jllI for this! Hcrvliv went to n Turkish olUcer the campaign. Some of the bishopswill
I d P'7' i tfl ..N' who was on duty In the neighborhood give most of their time to the Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
r x111111 and told him that. UorU was withTarUMi
work of the A
public campaign.
The ulltecr directed several Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION"
number' of able misooinary., leaders .
of hit men' to mount their borne, IIh.l.
placing hlm' "'clf at their head, ho rode have been recalled from their stations ,

Lucerne Theatre Monday Night Oct. 11IIIMMMMIMMIIMMMMtMMttMMttMMMMMM toward the Immlct wlii'ro Tartan",, llvetl. in foreign Inmln, anti I the Methodist\ ,
Ie') "k wit. fulling, amt the Turk board of homo missions, nail church :3O CT5NTH

before. reiirhliuf the lininU't dlrer'tw) t'xtrMor| I U putting the full strength'

hi* men to remain whore they" were of ltd eltyitlepartmrnt) Into the work.

I niul rude forward alone to I'\IC'III1f10U'r With ti| hoin| mUnlon 'lioanl were*
fur ho. knew Hint IturU, .
was a sllpterfas
Unit iiiul home ami foreign missionaries -
HII eel 1 unit If he warn aware that a !
the Methodist church will haven
would Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
force wan coming to ta" him he
bo oPT like the wind. statT of more' than f>0 men In the

EJ w When near Turt*a'ii homo tho! otflcerapproiuhcd campaign u group of whom will be DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

fiiutlouiily, and since It was thrown into each convention city prim
dark he readied a window without being to the convention to nee that every

/Ii *,'{'n. In the room Into which he :Methodist church is well representedby
I IIII N looked! vvero Boris and Tn rill". lions Real Values Low Price
delegates. Thousands of pastors
was trying to induce the Ctrl to go
in the of the convention
yy, l i back with him and become bin wife territory COMPARE
IIII S1 I I i i Sho hoMltiited) xliuv ht wan marked for
destruction\ In Turkey and could Dover
come back with her to her home So OUR FURNITURE '
Intent were they with each other that FOR SALE
they did hot notice thu llll'RrnttceIf
; We provide the quality of furniture that has long Icon accepted -
(be Turk at the window, till they heardn
furniture the standard of merit. If
click and. looking up. 0aw him levelIng by knowing buyer as
a pistol at ItorU.> quarter" an Article i i. here it I i. good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise
The lioiunvll.m rrittlr.cd that ho WIMil 5 Acre, from city, half We can't make this point too clear-it is one of tho foundation

"M,,ine.l rout |>ri.f firing In die by u bill in bearing budtkM orange and stones of this business and that moans much to any buyer
"lit without I,eing;: I or tun-1. us tau doubt grapefruit l.noo.() )
A rush of live steam---a flood of ; le-" Mould I IK- If be were captured! put lo acres "close in," 5 acres' In young& -=. --------=-- -=- _--=0 c:: -
hi* I amid' In Mi, litp fur a But
bearing grove; small house. $;,1100.(
boiling water and the Varnish in. inn) Ina' .1"1"1| | his> belt and laid. it McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good ;
on u 'hair.1'nrta"a *11hi.. eve turn

wasn't harmedIt toward intention the to chair d.e defending, and. anticipating himself she.his land.citrus land$(;00.00.2 acres fine trucking Corner Orange A\e. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

shrew herself iM-t\\ecii him and his 60 acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small

weapon grove; 4-room house; good barn
was VALSPAR This plated her Utwceu. the officer and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200
and her lover Since the former could
tO acres 15 acres fenced, small I
not hoot III.ut killing:; her be sprang:
house, garage and outbuildings.
Pioneercarries in through; the window and. covering:; I I lot
Finley's The land
hurls eallo.1 1 on him to surrender. corners on large spring
There was nothing t else for the captiveto lake. Very cheap $1,500. I ORLANDOROOFING

one of the largest and best selected stocks of Wall do since be bad nothing with which 40 acres, unimproved 4 miles out ANE:

Taper and Painters Supplies in Florida, including the ,to make a defeu.se esiept to induce his $1,000.
aptor' to bboot him.
whole Valentine line of Automobile and House Varnishes. The nest lUoot the Turk was to SHEET METAL CO

get his prisoner to hU men or his City and Country
Contractors for Paper Hanging, Paintingand men to his prisoner The latter was

not an easy thing to do. for the men Property At War Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
DecoratingCORNER were beyond call and he had no one" I ,

PINE AND COURT STREETS Phone 67 ; to pointed send toward for them.Boris Keeping, he glanced; his pistol out Time PricesCALL and Rubber Roofings

II t MMMtMliMMMIIIMillilliMMI II thnnub the window to see If any one "' -
was near for he was in a Christian Cornices, Skylights Beating Ventilating, M'tal.Ceilings
hamlet! and if be" attempted to drive" OR PHONE
his (captive to his men be might geta
E. C.
bullet from tome one of the little' YoungRoom Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

clump of bou.se 10 M-N'eill & Davis Block.
During these few moments In which Phone 569.
he was obliged; to keep so many thingsin
his mind tht"rewere-
two very 1m'I'ortant ---

ANNOUNCEMENT One was matters Tarissa that and he the failed other to grasp.Born NEXT ATTRACTION !II!

belt to which was slung his pistol
though be" may not have seen the lat
ter. The Turk's glance through the

I beg to announce to all my customers; window enabled Tarissa to take a step
backward so that by placing her
and to the ladies of Orlando in general behind her she might reach the weapon.hand GUS HILL Presents '

that I will be there Monday, October 11, Not seeing; any one without to send

with a display of most up-to-date models, for his meu. he ordered Boris: to precede
him through the doorway and
materials and fashions for the Fall and out ot the hou"e. Boris obeyed and '

Winter Season of L'dies'Vearing Apparel as the men passed out. the Turk keepIng Mutt N Jeff CollegeA
:; his eyes tixed: on his prisoner. Ta-
Suits, Coats, Separate Skirts and rissa IHISS>.*.,! herself of Boris': pistol. D
Street Dresses, for which I will take or- I She now had every advantage for

ders. she was behind the- Turk. Only tbeI -
knowledge;:: that her lover would die a
I extend a hearty invitation to all the
I frightful death! enabled her to kill a
ladies to see me at the San Juan Hotel. man in cold blood. Stealing up close BIG MUSICAL CARTOON REVIEW

-- ,.to the Turk, she shot him through the
- --- heath" With "Barrels of Fun and Girls"
-- r Boris turned saw the Turk fall and

|I "Go. she staid. "There- must be othj -
Tailor j I ers hlIr.- Mutt and Jeff Get A College Education. The Funniest Show on EarthDon't

I! Without a word he" sprang: on to the
; ;
I 153 St. James
IMdjr.* Jacksonville, Fla. t horse" on which be' had i he passed! out of sight the Turkish
soldiers were beard coming.
:, Boris escaped. Tarissa hid In the
r Join darkness him. for a time. then set out to Lucerne Theatre

Neither of them ever entered Turkey
One Oct. 11
again, for they knew that Boris would Night Only---Monday,
be killed and Tarissa
meet a
worse fate. In their home in Ron- PRICES: 25c. 50c. 75c. $1.00
a ,
Try a Sentinel Want Ad meila tbey were BStBki

''Seats on Sale at ESTES' DRUG STORE THURSDAYDon't


3y W. S. Branch.
I Howell, osteopathic physicianand
Once the surgeon announces that he has In Bright New Patterns
L Snow fell in South Dakota and again merrymaking recent number of the Berlin Medical returned from Harvard University, I I
"and Jeff will be with us. The season Weekly notes the excellent qual- where he took post graduate work ine'e
St Paul, Minn, last Monday. Having of laughter is about to begin. Mutt ity of work done by United States ear nose and throat diseases.
been intimate and Also physical .
on speaking ( manufacturers diagnosis lner\es
I and Jeff in a brand new dress comes of artificial limbs. heart lungs kidneys and other
wading) terms with South Dakota visceral -
to the Lucerne theatre next Monday, One case is cited of a subject who and electrotherapy and contagious -
and St. Paul snow for many years, I October 11, with a bigger and a bet- eight years ago in America had suffered diseases. On"iee, Cheney building -
this writer returns thanks that his lot opposite:; San Juan hotel. Tele-
amputation of both
tar show than arms
is cast.;n the land of the magnolia ever appeared before both phone: Office 617; residence 1018.
the public, under the well known title.Gi'ing legs as a result of gangrene fol-
and blossom where
orange nature'sorchestra
lowing severe electrical burns. "The
:Mutt and Jeff and ----
a new - -
- -
is led by the notes of the superior "
man, the
production each successive says medical journal,"after
mocking bird instead of the coyote year
is an act of diplomacy on the part of six months' practice in exercising the
howling blizzard. For
Gus II ill. Bud Fisher's eccentrio stumps, was supplied' with four artificial Sale At
- characters (j limbs by an American manufac-
can live for a century or I I I
We think the new Beacham resi- they can die as dead as a "door nail" :,':turer. He became able then to earn Your Price
dence on North Orange avenue will in sixty days, if allowed to do so, but I!I It I his living; could walk without a limp
be one of the handsomest homes i in it t is decidedly to the interest of both i and had covered without a cane 11 1-4 Now Is The
Orlando or middle Florida. Gracefulin Dud Fisher and Gus Hill to see them I, miles in a day. He was able to feed II I
outline, soft and restful in tints live for years innumerable, which II|'himself, to dress and undress, and in II I
and colorings, substantial in they will do fact seemed to show no great inca- I
as long Fisher
appear as is able 10-Room
House select
Lot 180x200 that Iron Brass Bed
I you need for the winter.
ance, and without useless ornamenta to furnish "new dope" and up to the pacity. It was proposed to show
tion, it embodies all the essentials of ;' minute comedy situations, and as long him for moral effect to soldiers who faces on three streets, 2 blocks I Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
an ideal home. as Gus Hill furnishes a new and had lost limbs in battle.
acceptable -
-- vehicle for their stage work. from center of City, east side. surprising low prices. A call will convince you.

The Tampa Tribune has an editorial Both of these gentlemen seem to be MOTHER AND DAUGHTERThe For Sale at YOUR PRICE. I
with the caption, "The Corn- successfully keeping up their pace at
Growing Boys." From the high the present writing. "Mutt and Jeff old fashioned woman who used I
heeled shoes on exhibition on Franklin in College" will represent the "last to fill leight lamps and clean eight OSCAR
street through the afternoon and word" in musical comedy production, globes every afternoon now has a HAND & SON
evening we should expect it would be everything being brand new but the daughter who is too tired to walk CARL
the girls rather than the boys of tire- name. The American public never across a room and push a button DANN Complete Home Furnishers

less Tampa who are growing corns I wanted to laugh more than they do at when it gets too dark to read.-Cincinnati -------
and other foot troubles. this time. They seek comedy in motion Enquirer.

- pictures, when nothing else is '' '' II 11. "''' . . . . " "
President Wilson has been refusing available. Gus Hill's mission since NOISE A FOOLER ::;; :: 1' 11'1'1''

all invitations to attend reunions, con- his entry into the theatrical producing -
ventions, etc., giving as his excuse game, has been to make people I You can't tell by the noise the ?
that international matters were at He is I Klaxon makes how much
laugh. the acknowledged dean I gasoline is
such high tension that he could not of cartoon comedy productions, never inthe tank.-Judge.avtsi Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
safely leave even for an hour or two. having offered a play of this sort that I -

Stil he will take time to attend a did not prove a success. It is, there. = :: : ""

game of the world series of baseball.All foradistinctly. evident that_ the Pnnr.l_ i Rescf Piv rrii" fr.._:kcf-_.. r: J-.L. - \,'-o, ....."" ",,,11, ; t..11_ __..2 __Lu_ . __
uu un un ---- ---- n UH; uUb UJdJauu
of which proves that even the mous success of "Mutt and Jeff in ,I -----.1" t- s galvanlzea pIpe at the
president does unusual things about College" is due to proper handling, i Auto LiveryService best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

the time Cupid lands an arrow in his by catering to the wishes and desiresof it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
heart. the theatre going public. This '
measure so you can install it
season's show consists of a sixty foot yourself. On irrigation -

PITIFUL CASE IS FOUND AT car load of scenery, properties and 5-PASSENGER } work you can save money by having us
PENSACOLA DEPOT costumes. A cast of fifty capable I -
cut and drill
your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
Soon to become a mother, accom- artists and the inevitable chorus of
panied only by a little son of three or pretty girls without which the "phun as you can install it yourself.

food four years, with no money to buy phest" would be incomplete. :BUICK CAR We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
or lodging and with not even
shoes on her feet, a young woman ar- ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

rived in Pensacola this morning about doesn't You'll pay hear me a to man advertise say ,"Xo as it appeals it- ,i We call anywhere at any time I 'd may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
1 clock, the train being several to too small a class of people." I I
you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri-
hours late. Her ticket was good to And yet when the same man loses '
Pensacola only, and in this city she his bunch of with keys he rushes to the Gord n's Transfer Co b can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
newspaper a "Lost" ad, although -
wandered about until some one directed he knows that in closet and
whole I we guarantee it not to get out of order
her to the waiting room. wide world there is only one person i 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
There she was found by Police Cap- who can possibly be influenced by his for five years.
tain Wilde, to whom she told her "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it? I HAULING OF ALL KINDS

story. She said she had come from ,5r

Sanford, Fla., and that a physician F.
there had directed her to come to Pen- FORAGE GROCERY CO. / Joseph Raehn Co. f

sacola, telling the authorities in this I am .
city that she had come from New WHOLESALE AND RETAIL THE PIPEIAN

York from, Sanford.and not to She tell said them he had she was told Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. II 11111111111 MltllMltllllliiiMMMtMIMMIMMMMMIItMMIMIMMIMMHI i

her she could get treatment and care
during child birth if she did as he di-
rected. Saturday and All Next WeekCut
Captain Wilde secured lodging and
the Salvation Army, and took her and mf* }r31"v*-*lon <- .e

her hill, there in his buggy.Pensac - - -.---- ---- ........"

Journal. Granulated Sugar, per Ib . . . Be Ffls-Naptha. Ivory Fairy, 1.G. *. I
Good; 1 Creamery Butter, per lb. . .3.;>c & and Sweetheart, 2 bars for 9cSamt' Yon
Guests registering at the'San Juan Fox River Butter, per Ib . .", ..38c I 6 barK for . . . . ... .. 23c;) can
hotel yesterday included L. F. Bur- Lemons! per dozen . . . . . . 15c<<: Best Head Rice, 4 Ibs for .. .. . 23c;
dett, Boston; J. II. Holcombe, Tampa; Bakers Cocoa, half pound . . .. .22c All 5c. Crackers 6 for. . . ... 25c;
R. R. Reinert, St. Louis; W. J. Edward Bakers Chocolate half pound . .20c lOc. size 3 for . .. .. . ... ... ..23c; So Distinctly"No
*, Ocala; A. C. Hampson, C. E. 4 pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes . . 25c:
' Chipped Hf, can . . ... ..... .13c
Scoggins, J. F. Swindel, Hal Estes Dried Peaches, pound . . .. .. lOc<<: .Honey, per comb . . . . .. .. .16c
Jacksonville' ; Julius Jackson, Henry White House Coffee, pound . . 35c: I I Cht'rrit'IL; red and ".s.o no. ...._ 1,,_
it nny, Baltimore; U. W. Ludlow, Chicago Maxwell House Coffee, pound. . .32c Pie Peaches- :apples- -3 Ib. can' for lOc

; W. P. Chambers, W. II. Trout- Bliss Coffee, pound .... .. .. . .. 25c; California Table Peaches, 216. I
man, II. H. Hirsch, Atlanta; G. W. Coffee ground or green pound .15c Salmon, tall . . .. . . .. ..can.. lOc lOc<< am not visiting in /

Johnson, J. II. Sayer and wife, At- 2 cans No. 2 Tomatoes . . . I3c; Seven lanta. 3 cans Corn .. . .. . . . .. .. 25c; Vinegar, bulk, per gallon ._. _. 23c
3 Medium size pail Cottolene .. .. 50c Pure l\laple'S"rup, Vermont .. .33c2oc.
Misdirected Large Pail Cottolene ... .. .. .$1.23 I : Can Opener. . .. .__-....-.lOc have just had a Bell Telephoneput
Snowdrift, large pail .. ... ... .. .93c: I8 oz. Roll Toilet Paper ... ...... .4c
Snowdrift, :5 lb. pail ... .. .. . . .oOc i in and I couldn't resist call-
4 EconomyTrying 3 cans St. Elmo Milk __. .__. ...25<<: SPECIALS ON FEED

Eagle Brand Milk ... .... .. 13c I Corn, .. . . . ... ... .. . ...._$1.90 ing you by Long Distance. It's
to save a few cents by Cream Pet or Van Camp, Tall Best Oats .- ...... ..... .......$1.90
having your work handled by inferior Small . . ., . ., .. '". .... .4c Chicken Feed ... ... .... ... .. .$2.10 marvelous that we can hear each
hands. :Meal and grits per lb. 3c. 9 lbs. for 23c i,:Wheat ... ...' ...... .... .. ..$2.35
Your personal influence is Corn. Chick Feed Oats, Ib. . "2\'tc\ I'Shorts i .. .._.................$1.80 other as distinctly as though we '

greatly enhanced when you are Rumford Baking Powder, lb..22e :Molasses Feed .; ....... ... . ..$1.75 in the
clad in immaculate linen. Royal Baking Powder, half lb. . .22c I i7y, ; per
Calumet Baking Powder, Ib . . .20c i 5 per cent' . .. .. .. . .....$1.55; Distance
Navy Beans, Lima Beans and ,100 Ibs. Salt for . ... .. .. .. 65c; Long rates are so
OrlandoSteam Black Eyed Peas, all 3 Ibs for .23c; I Pillsbury's Flour, bbL $7.20; half reasonable !
White Bacon per Ib. . . .. .lOc. up bbl. 3.60; 24 lbs. $1.00. 12 Ibs .50c
Smoked Bacon, boneless . . . .
18c Meal and Grits per sack __ __$2.10
. Laundry 5 gallons of Oil for . _. . . . .60c I Gold Medal Flour, 24 Ibs. for .. 95c; "I really don't see how we ever managed without -
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS 8 bars Lenox Soap for . . . . .25c 12 Ibs. for. . . . .. . . .. 30c
LAUNDERERS Octagon Soap, Star Soap, bar. . .4c j Best Pastry Flour 24 Ibs. for. . .90c: a Bell Telephone. All the merchants and

PHONE 88 3 cakes American Beauty Soap for lOc i 12 Ibs. for . . . . . . . . . 43c every
I _ one we know uses the Bell. It has saved me thou-
sands of steps and hours of
worry already.
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER Announcement f

"It's worth the cost simply to be able to sit at

home and visit with friends hundreds of miles away. "

Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber' "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor

Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.

' to DeLaney Drug Co.

ONT WEST; PINE: STREET, JUST We are taking stock and stocking up get- + = SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE

ting ready to take of
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. care your business.J. .


Phone 204 D. WOODBECK Manager I



they owned such a France and
Belgium for
years. FORD HURT BY FALL '|him fall to the
pavement fifteen
lovely home! I hundred of the Poles came from Fire InsuranceCOOK
Tricks in Trade The real estate man came on Monday -I I America and joined the French army I below. ,

"What we get too cheaply we prizetoo with a man from Bosotn to buy '| because they could not reach Russia. While removing moss from the oaksat I, The fall rendered him unconscious

lightly. the farm, offering pay the price I'This legion originally had about 5,000 the corner of DeLaney and Anderson : lie was immediately given medical at-

I The price of an article is often determined asked. But the old farmer says to men, but there are only 800 of them II streets yesterday morning Roy I tention and at last reports was; doing ,

by what the customer wantsto the real estate man: "We read your left. About 3,000 of the Poles were Ford ventured out too far on a limb, I nicely.I .' & BAAS Agents t
pay. ,;description of the farm in the paper I killed wounded or captured in the I !
In luxuries and works of which broke under his weight, letting I Sentinel Christ
art desire
,and if this is any such a place as you battles around Soissons. The Scandinavian want ads get results. Building

and appreciation govern the price. .1 say it is, it's just the place we want, I legion of the French consistedof i

ss and have decided not to sell." 44JOO Danes, Swedes, and Norwegians -j! I II . I I I I I I II ; II I I 11111 11111*++.++* ;
, We know an artist in Boston who Just a case of too much hypnotic : but it was practically wiped +.11111 II 111.11 I I 1.111 1IIII I I II I ..

painted a small picture. His chum power. out in the battle of Arras, where in
came in and admired it-said, "Tim 11 I sag June it lost 3,600 men in one day. |' !

I, will give you $5 for the picture." "Oh, :j I When we were in business we sold The Americans in the French army | j THE PERFECT CLOSET \

no, $30 is the least I would sell it i j violin' strings. The demand was for number about 1,500, and nearly 2,000 'I

for." j Stratton's 50, Haynes' 90, and ]Iow es' American volunteers are fighting in I I

The picture was put in the Bostonart 119. We kept a good German string, the British ranks. The English army II

exhibition with card marked $150 "Howes' 145," that cost $1.50 a bundle also contains a large number of Scan- + American Water Closets have been
and was sold the first day. of 30 strings. dinavians but : in this installed by us
they have not been organized ;. town four years ago, at that time
as. One customer, the finest violinist in i .. t" I we guaranteed
into a separate corps like in 1 them for five years against defects
We knew a doctor in Philadelphia i the city, always bought Stratton's 50. France. ,. anism getting out of order. We any could as well or have
who was the manufacturer of a nerve I, He came in one day for strings and I : : guaranteed them for 23
I years as there has
pill that was having a great sale at i was out of his kind, so gave him one Guests registering at the San Juan a call for any repairs since their installation never and been
$1 a box, and he told us it cost eight ,j'to try of a new kind (Howes 145)), hotel if never will be there
i yesterday included F. W. Moses, any. The Closet is simply perfect. The
cents ready for the market. "Wh)' i|i and asked him to report how he likedit. Cincinnati; Fred M. Hill, Boston; C. tank contains nothing but air which

don't you reduce the price to lie came back for more, said ho P. Rice, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. oJ II. air cushion, thus making the Closet noiseless answers and as an

"We can sell more at $1 a box Oc.1"1 I never expected to get a string equalto L. Cope, E. L. Buckley, Harry Lewis + the same time preventing any water hammer in at
at fiOc. What too Stratton's 50. This Howe pipes
we get cheaply 145 cost
which is
I Ed. Kolner, New York; B. 1* Norris! very annoying nil through the house. Where
prize too tightly S." I others only 5 cost.rents less than half what the II. Kemp, A. Abraham, Atlanta; C. sv. : water i is being measured through n meter it will save

B. Murphy Lakeland! ; I. Cromer, E.: f;, .. the price of Itself in a short time as it i is impossible for
We once had a chum who wan a I Wo came to the conclusion if we it to leak
Hinton, Baltimore!; A. J. Shirrr, or run water only when you operate it. Water
dentixt. A stranger carne in one day could fool that man, that we are all I New Orleans M. T. Howard closets have been
; Hal Y n great of
and asked! the price of a gold crown I F.:. '.. marks for Homo one, so wo filled I Gates: ', E. M. Ut>armnn. Jacksonville; Plumbing trade even more source so than to annoyance the to the
public and
Not bring nble to look into bin nil our boxes of all
pocket empty grades I feel
F. I C. t satisfied
I Lnvey, C. Hanselman Chicago that a great of
hook the doctor "We i with Howes 145 and sold many my friends will
suye: can put them nt 15
I i ; Julian Montt lule, Randolph agree with me on that point, but the American has
on a crown as low al (4; it will beI cents each. We had a big trade i in Young Whittier solved the
E. L. problem.
I ; Come and see it at
I show
good gold on the ouUlJe. If you and
'want better the he wants to sell guarantee
a one price will befS strings at cost he can

; but It you want the very best we do it, but we won't..
can make. 22k. solid! gold, the price I Can any man succeed in business No individual with anything to sell I

will be $12." "All right says the and be strictly honest? or trade can lucceiifully }find a buyeror i F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUBMING
trader without the aid of the Sentinel CO.
victim, "the best It none too good." C. II. W.
After the job was done the doctor I circulation want adl. Remember that its CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS.
represent flve-sixths of I
said to the writer: "It didn't make
FOItEIGNEItS: IN ALLIED AKMIES the Orlando community. '
any difference which price he paid, he .1111111.1111111.1.1111111111111111..1..A.o. _
would get exactly the name thing; - . II '

Just a question of what the customer Berne Switzerland. Tho allic

wanted to.5.pay. and have yellow not only savages brought and black half savages brown : : : : I IJft I

A few year ago a salesman in a t from Africa and Asia to fight against MOTOR _
cast Moc .
Boston muftic store learned that there r Germany.: ... .Iuthy h" have.. also organized atrnke Ir.IrK"h en 1"011'1" hlgb-bur. iDCr..oJ* d.-.tone- 10-- -I BRAKU-.. .- .l- I".h...... '.ho....*.."..uraetlne.... ........._...' .1...._tleht.rrirrlnir....' .wnn_.... .nu.__.. _wilt.L..*.ot 8tuJ.. _..b .o_ u ,. . compact and
were two factories In New York state "le lon. of different foreign j inch*. D..lopi 40 h. p. burn Multlbeitoa. Drake equall,., ol r.Ilf'C'" .tll' I. All wlrtnlC c.rrte\1 in nt.lbl.
most steel
-can be removed unit.
at a
that made pianos and sold them in white nationalities for this purpose.In CARBURETOR-1)Onch) Studb.k r.ScbfbU' Improved type.

dozen lots for $900 l> HO he borrowed tho French foreign legion, which carburetor, built tupocUlly lor this SPRINGS-Semi-elliptic.38-1 nch.r.leal WINDSHIELD-8tudebakerfuU-width..
the! money of n friend hired n store was increased to 18,000 at tho beginning moto Adjustablerum dash Aotl' mbl. In (mnt i thr.-quarterelIiptlcll.inchapringe pnngi. proof for !-tntype, with solid,urrort.! adjustable
gatulln tank in ewwUIGNITION tain and clear vltlvn.
alto lor
end opened up for lulllncu. No two o fthe war, there nre some 2.COO 9'leaf In rear Underalunff tn rear ventilation.

were just alike. Some he marked Swill and! about 3,400 Germane Orntritor and b.lI.r, lyittm BODIES-7.paaaengei capacity Dull com
$175, "juit little Of the> Italian legion organized tot 6-volt WllUid SIor.,. lUlltrf -Kvnijr CeO plete by Studebaker Steel panel Invisibly TIRES Lsrgtr-Ooodrtch$4s41ualghtaid.
a used and from and Hem Jjutnbutor weldeiL Seats are lower, large and wider. lira.. Safely tread oa tear wheel*
that up to $21 0. The latter sold the Franco (by tho sons of Gen. KlcclottlGurlbuldi Deeply
COOLING-here* pump impiov.d. larger upholstered with hlghot grade, hand WHEELSArtlll..
best, jut because' it had his name on : nothing is left This corps laJiaior 0-biaweIY-inchbrtl-b.aringlan buflrd. straight grain leather-leml-brlfht hickory Demountable" type-second growth

it and was fully guaranteed for five at one time numbered nearly 0,000 OILING Circulating plain kytitm -- gear Stretch and parallel tufting with new locking: qulckdetacbablepringrlm device that In'ra
years We learn that this man has men, but it was dissolved, UI it gav driven pump-. pressure guag on dash.CLUTClCon FINISH-A deep, I tatting, ..c I UI I.. hade of tirea off without effort

made. n large fortune and! is still in considerable trouble to the Frenchcommanders. type.: operation Ulue- put on through a series of 23 finishing STEERING GEAR_Foil wheel and worm

the business. Most of the I Italian volunteers TRANSMISSION-S.i.ctl ve-br sliding g ars, adjustable, ball bearing, irreversible.
e55 I were ntirely without military ha 3 llreeJII'lor ward and on*rtvers. Chrome TOP-One-man top-metal bow.holders, rub-
nickel steel gate and ihafia. Timken Utaringa. ber-Iln.d to prevent rattling or earring bow. FENDERS-Crown d.llln--de. and richer
While living in Los Angeles California training and their !lack of discipline in finish than ever. Finished with new Flux*
one winter, we often visited 'made them almost valueless as fight/. REAR AXLE-StutlebaUr to/l u.tlng asl*. tained CURTAINS in -Studebaker-atowaway ell-con i'6/ Studebaker enamel! baked tad
Largvr Timken Bearing*-two in each huh top and adjustable from within.
an art store anti got to know the pro era. Shaft movabl without WHEELBASE 1U .
disturbing wheel*ordifferential. ELECTRICAL STARTING AND ncoaa.GEARRATIO
prietor. lIe had bearskin rugs from I The French army also has a Slavic ING SYSTEM-Wagne LIGHT
two unit, built
$150 up. One, a polar bear rug, was legion. This organization consists etpec- -1 to L

marked 1000. We often admired it, mostly of Poles who have lived i in

so one day we asked the owner what e
was tho least he would sell it for and$885buys

"$1,000; no less. I can get that price i
when the right one comes along quicker When In A _

than I could get $500." like
. Hurry a car that !

A real estate man in Californiatold L .

the writer that he bought a large
tract of land and sold it in 5, 10, and -- A big, roomy, handsome, 7-passenger

20 acre lots. There was no differencein l I The best place to eat is at the 112-inch, Forty H. P. car !

the value or location of the land
Model. Go
but he I over those specifications again. Note what you feet in this 1916
some $30, $35,, I Studebaker. You
and $40 an acre. The tatter was all With all the machinery working Note the difference know m this what Studebaker the other manufacturers are offering.

sold before the lower priced land. I I
s. right at regular meal hours, First there s greatly increased power A new motor that develops

A smart real estate man can find it is possible for us to turn out; 40 than norse$1,000.power. It is the most powerful car ever priced at less

out more good things about a pieceof

property in five minutes than the a dinner or a supper every 30 "; .,... And then it's larger in every way Extraordinarily roomy for 5 pas .j
owner can in a life time. ; sengers. and so big that t makes
seconds, which is going some. Four-Cylinder Models a most commodious car for seven
We were told of a farmer down i in i'a.. and Prices when the folding seats are raised.

Maine whose father had left him a I I All short orders served as r- : Touring Car 7.pa..engei $S85 And then it's higher quality. At your first sight of the car. that
large farm. Both had spent their 'promptly Roadster. 3-p.iieng r . 850 upholstery will catch It's the .
lives as nature of order will 1 a your eye. grade of genuine. handLandauRoad.t.r.3.pa..ne -
this old ,
on farm 1185
working from buffed.
I straight grain leather-pliable,you might almost say 'Velvety"
daylight till dark, and a little while permit. i Commercial Cart -but durable and lasting. And that upholstery is typicai of the whole

at night. with a lantern, and finan Panel Delivery Car . $875 car-typical of the care that has been taken to make 't better wherever
By the
cially were just where they started serving greater quan- :' Open Express Car . . 85O improvement was possible.
The two boys wanted to Station Wagon . . 875
to Harvard
go tity of oysters we always have For
to get an education so t*
would not have to work for a living. them fresh. and Prices who what intends it is-the best car that Studebaker ever built And any man t

So the old folks decided to sell the Touring Car. to buy a car will certainly make a grave mistake if he
Our regular ?5e. meals and 7-paitenger $1050Roadster. neglects to see this new Studebaker first.
farm, buy a small place in the village 3.pa..enler . 1000
and send the boys to college.. 15c. specials are best for those Landau-Roadster, 3-paenger 1350 Demonstrations at any time. Come in.Dealer's .
'/ I Coups 4'paMengrr . 155OLimoudne
The farm was put in the hands of r in a hurry. i:J 7.p..n.er. . 2250

a real estate man to sell. who adver I F.OB. Detroit Name
tised it in the Sunday paper. The old'

farmer saw the ad. and read the description 'iTheModelCafe I

to the wife, who was I

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iV1r "V.I oursRespectfully" ..

In", your "ntnttonery, of thd kliul to
i l'ulttuumtl roKpocthun you I AY/rR/ 8fr4 t. ,Rtitl s r

\ wrH the iibovu) wot'ila, nt\ the _

s diNt of your letter Our

Highland>: Linen Is correct sty- -

tlonery fur correct people but ,

-i- .
% sold nt moderate price. It really{ 1

[ra.mtT TJ MT\() looks like 50c,, but costs only

l.UJ11l llN JW :35e.Ve have a variety of.11tllmI

I l OO l shapes and sizes. New Cars iust arrived. Come in and see them.


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Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

& McNeill Block
Yo. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. Fla


v t ,
Phone 37

Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Room 44Catkins
Term Cash in Advance.
Block Orlando, Fla
____ 203 Boone Street
i if RATESFor
One Day ______________25t Phone 597.
For Three Day ____________50c
For Six Days _______________73c; -
1k For One Month ____________$2.50
I This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

25 words or less. If the ad contains DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
more than 25 words the rate 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
will be one cent per word for .
each additional word, for each in ARCHITECT

sertion.If ypu. can't bring your ad to Phone 716 McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
No. 24. Accounts
the office telephone
opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YoellDuckorth- Florida.

and Little BathersFor payable the following day. Bldg
For Big Member F. A. A.
Every Home--Every Business!
of Every Man has use for a \
convenient as plenty
for the kiddies' little sponge, there is nothing so Sentinel Want Ad.
daddy's morning plunge or the great waste of time and effort in trying to heat water for a nr_.. F. F. Thompson
hot bath water in a kettle right or at in hand.coaxing You the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough to use. The [I SURVEYING

solution is simple. tOIL &M.L: Plating and Sub-Dividing Dentist

Heat the Water By GasEither I FOR some furnished splendid SALE-FOR and lots.unfurnished.Call RENT and-see Houses whatI Also. PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE 115 SOUTH ORANGE

have to offer before you buy or
of having the required sup- I Mrs II. B. Leake 45 East Pine
Gas Water Heater \.ill assui. you rent. HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
a Circulating or an Instantaneous and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no try- I street or 312 Broadway. Phone 17l
needed. There will be no running up of uses 10-8-dw-lmo. J
ply at any time baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores Engineer
in risking
amount or ---
to bathe in an insufficient all seasons of the year. I condition -
ing the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible FOR SALE-Bicjcle, in good
for hot water about for cash.
be bought cheap
47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
Apply 307: East Pine street, or phone
604. 10-9-3t -W

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR \LE-Model 27 Buick; good Phone 72

condition. Write Box. 567.

416 Revere street, Cone -
10-5-12t* and Counsellor at Law - FLORIDAWE
cord Park.
'- FOR SALE-Second hand Ford Tour- OF
McNeil Bldg
ing car. Inquire of II R. Berry, cor- Davis &

" " IIIIIIIIMl " " " . . . .. . .1..1. . . Mill ner 10- -tfc Main and Church streets. ORLANDO, FLA. I orncAi RZPAmmG

ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent: WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
WE ARE IN POSITION to sell exchange -
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping and county erty for sale or rent. I am having
rent city
is modern or jour for houses, fur-
heating plant; applications
porches Call and see us. Geo. T. manp
Smaller 7 room house, property. and unfurnished. I will be
throughout. nished
all modern. Mrs.herry, 106 East Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. glad to list what you have. Mrs.

NURSERIESOCOEE Central avenue. 9-30-lmo 105lmocPRESTON'S II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.


Furnished 14 room house, on brick cabbage, 35c. per 100, 50c. for 200; CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
street, arranged for light housekeeping. $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000, post- limited number of persons. Pleas-
FLORIDA Splendid location; large lot. paid. Tomato and eggplants, same land ant rooms in new home. All modern
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. price. Large "Favorite" dry conveniences. Also furnished rooms
9-19-3mo banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M: for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude

Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.10-5-d&w-tf Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract of Lake Eola. 10-8-lmoc
one quarter mile from city limits:
fine for citrus or subdivision purposes BUYERS AND TO FORD OWNERS:
very Carl Dann. buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
varieties of Orange and Grapefruit $100 per acre. See estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
All the leading 6-9-tf 30 Have handled over I will receive this week a shipmentof
over years.
complete at a top
Ford auto
the lowest FOR RENT $20,000,000. Call and see me. Will this interest you?
Trees in fine condition at very 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. cover price.
's ? If not, will a Ford crank locking -
WILL RENT four rooms for house- first. Prices quoted
Par- ? "Safety
pricesSend :: :: :: :: keeping, furnished to man and wife. NURSERY Browns TREES, and tangerines-Valencias;,rough on application. R. L. Holland.
Con- son
: Call at C. Ackre's grocery store stock from 10-5-6tc
cord Park. 10-7-6t lemon, sour and grapefruit. 1__ __1
Bassenger Hammock Nursery
FOR -r-Furnished rooms for cheap by Henry W. Smith,
:. light housekeeping; all modern con- Fla.' Route 2. -J.U'I I McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

- ----- \eniences. 312 E. South street. Fresh rich sweet milk

: 10-5-6t S. D. Lee twice a day from FOB
I Phone orders to J. B. I
FOR RENT-A good ten room house, Lake Dairy.
Description List and lowest with modern conveniences centrally :Magruder, number 583-R.
for Catalog : Caruthers FlowersLeave
today located; just the thing for boarding 1-9-3*Imoc

prices, to the above address growing house; located town; business in a prosperousand room on Umbrellas recovered and repaired your orders here

ground floor, 22-60. Apply to W. L. "while you wait. av Young's Repair

Story, Winter Garden Fla. 9-30-tf Shop, 21 E. Pine 8t.YOUNG'S .

FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle Violffi Dell Florist.
.. . , " " i. furnished or unfurnished, by REPAIR SHOP has installed -
_ _ _ _ _ . . .Mlllllllllf ..
\. . .y-----------. . . . . . i the season, month or year, with garage I an outside service I
garden fruits and flowers. Apply -i ment and is prepared to give you
9211mocFOR attention. We have a compe- J. M. CARUTHERS
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB to J. F. Watkins. prompt
who will fit keys, repair
I tent man St.
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll RENT-By the season month jour trunk or do anything in the repair Phone 509. 408 South Lake
flat for light line. He is ready to go at your
i work guaranteed and neat- or year, one upstairs
also other rooms and call now Just phone 304.
FOR SALE ly aone. Our work is the best garage housekeeping, electric; lights and bath in 9-12-1moc

and our prices are the lowest. house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave.910tic .
I This is the place to have your New crop onion sets just arrived,
1 _ I -d clothes made new. Bermuda Darners and Silver Skin.
NOTICEA Full line garden, field and flower I
:Sun :-"rubbed and pressed75c.Suit seeds. Dean the Seed and Drug Man,
Will offer for sale for a few days dry cleaned, pressed60c. called meeting of all the members -.prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-Imoc I PHONE 375

i Suit pressed _____________40c. t of the Mendelssohn Club is called 0 i West Jefferson Street
the corner Orange Avenue, All Palm Beaches scrubbed I for Monday evening at 7:30 in the TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers I
property of the Presbyterian tucks repaired -
school tilted
Successor to
I and pressed ____________50c church to room elect a president owing! to repaired, anything; keys in the repair; tine is I

Jackson and Boone Streets, known as I Mohair suits pressed ______25c. the resignation of Mr. Cestia Lawton. our line Just phone 304, Young's i I Hand Wood CompanyWood
10-9-2tc call
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Repair Shop, and our man will

the skating rink property, for $26,000. I a trial and be convinced. LAWN :MOWERS sharpened and at once. 9-12-lmoc. of All Kinds

I Clothes called for and delivered. repaired at Orlando Bicycle and WANTED'
and balance $1,000 a 8-lmoc
down year
$2,000 I Phone 613. Repair Shop. PROMPT SERVICERRASO'ABLR

six cent. l : I NOTICE ft*ANTED-Ford" car; must 10-9-3tc be first\I PRICE I I'IA.
and interestat per Ij I will not be responsMe for any I class. Phone 35.
j debt made by :Mrs. R .G. Taylor. -withno
ANTED-\liddle: aged lady,
(Signed) R. G. TAYLOR. I children, to cook and keep house\1\

I fORD TIRES 1-10-S-St- for two men in country residence '
three-fourths mile from city; must be B. Cook & Co.
LOANS cook and tidy. Address R. O. C.,1
C. A. HOVEY If you wish to buy, build or repair good the Sentinel. 10-5-6t
your house, we are making some city care of Christ Building, Orlando.
loans. A. B. Cook &. Co.. Orlando.l1012tc with .
Front $6.75Rear SALESMEN Experienced, good -
records. Attractive proposition for
SALE the right man. Positions open for INVESTMENTS. LOANS
1$8.25 for the some now; other vacancies later.
Buy your wall paper cheap for oui Give full particulars of your past 1 STOCKS AND
next few days. :Making room Pioneer work and references in first letter.

: JACKSON AND new fall stock. Finlay's Phone 67. Address, The Thomas Advertising BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Ad street
Want Court
Sentinel GOODJN Store. Florida. 10-5-6tc:
Try a ORANGE AVENUE 9-5-tfc. Service, Tampa, ,



LOCAL AND PERSONAL 11111111 I I I 1.1 I I II 1 1 1 1 1 II Mill I MM 1I1111111 . 1 . 1111111111111 MIMMMtM

Attorney Worthington Blackmanwent
to Pel-anJ yesterday on profes-:
..... soinal matters.
--- a

Travel in' Panama Mrs. J. L. Kirkland left yesterday ,I

and everywhere on American territory, i* inaplf&nd:" by "A.D.A. afternoon to visit relatives and
Cbequ l. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are friends in Tampa.
accepted like currency by Hangers, where a check or draft would
often be refuted, for want of proper identification. These cheque RIDE in Hamrick's
Jitney Bus
arc ttlf'idtntlfyinf. We recommend them to all who travel, for hour. 12 miles .fpr 30e. 8-28-tfc one
business or pleasure. START I ITHIS t

The State Bank of Orlando Mr. B. L. Griffin was among the
well known
citizens from Ocoee visiting -
the county metropolis jesterday.

Mrs. C. L. Seaver of Jacksonville, .
who has been visiting her parents, MONTH RIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lumsden, returned -
home yesterday afternoon.

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

Deposit all the
Messrs. J. N. Whitner and S. O. money
Chase, prominent and influential cit-
you receive: for
izens of Sanford, were in Orlando yes- pay ev-
terday looking after business matters.
erything by check. Set

18-21-tf Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. aside a definite amount

Mrs. Otto ,R. Grosse and daughter, for the future: Bank

: Elizabeth, left Tuesday morning for with
/ Orlando, where Miss Elizabeth will us.
enter Cathedral School.-Cocoa News
and Star.

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-ti

The Peoples National
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Dickson, who Bank"It
= have been spending several weeks in
the mountain regions of North Carolina Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

at Weaverville, have returned
home. ,

I HUPMOBILE"Where I Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5e.818tf .

Mrs. P. Phillips was among the
there'slife Orlando folks leaving yesterday afternoon -
over the Coast Line for New

there's Hupp"J. York weeks.city where she will spend several MM M < , . MMMMMMI MM M MMM MMM MMM 111111111111111"'III. fc

Deposit your Savings Checks and .It'll 11111 III At. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -.III..t.

let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
P. lou 8-12-tf

Roy Chittenden, the popular young .
man who acted as clerk at the Seaside -
Inn during the summer, has returned -
-- :: to his home in Orlando for the<

winter.-Daytona Gazette News. OAKLAND ROADSTER

Full line of bread, cakes, and pies;
also delicatessen home made potato -
II III salad, pork and beans, etc. Car
orders Jansen attended Bakery. to Phone promptly.52.l-10-9-2tc Special Top, Windshield, good running condition

$150 cash takes it.
Mr. Walter Elwes and sister, Mis* '
Elwes, who have been absent all sum-
mer, dividing their time between Boston -
Mass., and York Beach, Maine, :
have returned to their home
102 Lake

street. I..: San Juan
RECEIVED CARLOAD Garage CompanyOrlando
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. :Gc. .
OF UJ-18-tf :
In a post card to the Sentinel, :\lr.V. :
Touring Cars \ R. Graves, who has been spendingthe -Daytona

summer in Palmer, Mass., re-
I quests that the paper be delivered to

$482.00 DeliveredF. ward him in bound.Orlando, as he is now home-

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

... . .
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. .r..I.I..e..w. . . .tr..I..I.I.
32 East Church Street Phone _26 Gillispie, who
have been spending a few days in the -----

I city, guests at the home of Mrs. Gilispie's II 1 U III 1 111111 1 111111111111111111111 1 II-II 1 1 ; I 1 IIII1I 1 I I II 1 1 III 1 Mill 11-I4iN
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. SPry .
have returned to their home in
Orlando.-Palatka News. Who Will Be Your Executor?

At the Rink matinee Friday and Sat- ANSWER NO. 2
urday at 3 o'clock. Admission lOc t
-- ---- ----- for every one. l-10-8-2t Your estate may be materially impaired as a {
direct result of the appointment of an executor ., .
State's Attorney Jos. II. Jones went or trustee. #' t
over to DeLand yesterday morning to
When an individual is appointed r d6
transact legal matters before Judge .
Perkins. He will also visit St. Au- The financial responsibility is generally weaker. a-

gustine on professional matters be It is usually provided in wills that the person = -a
fore returning to Orlando. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused .
DiamondsDiamonds from giving bonds. ,'t r 1

in How cash much or Savings did you Checks save?last 8-12-t month When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- ':
pense of the estate, and then only partial security ,

the pure, white snappy, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Symonds, who against loss is provided. sRr n-
sparkling gem it's a pleasure to look have been spending the past four When a Trust Company is selected- '
at. The kind it's a satisfaction to months in Elmira, N. Y., were among
The positive advantage of strong financial re- fir' .
own in after years. That's the kind those returning yesterday. They havea sponsibility is secured. '_
of diamonds we have sold for years pretty home and large and prolific j
back and the only kind to buy. And orange grove on the OrlandoConwajbrick A bond which has behind it the entire financial f
when it comes to price, we know our road. strength of the Institution. is always filed with j
the Probate Court "t coat to the '
prices are as low as any store in the
State. Get your next shave at the Stand- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue s t
ard. ,
of this newspaper. t.

State Chemist R. E. Rose, of Tal-
lahassee, was among the prominent I ,' Come in any time and freely ask for further 1
Floridians Orlando i
information on this vitally important subject.
i Mr. Rose was here on business of an ;
You always welcome, and J
are our office's are al-
official nature, but while in the
city glad to advise. -
ways ..
T. H. EVANSJEWELER met many of his oid friends, all of _J
whom were pleased to see him.

Doctors I I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

astcr fc Rrurulill"l!! Orlando, Florida
OSTEOPATHSPersonal '-- I

icstrucuou under Dr. Stil Capital, Surplus and Prcfits $141,000.00
at IllrksviHe, LIo.1C" :
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o. 'JTal.* "re above P .--r.J-. ;

[ National Bank. Phone:; 57*. .. J' t. A" I I j fL. I . I . I I I' I 1'1 &1111'1' c r. I . I a Il' I'll 1 I' II IIIIH IIIIIIIH


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