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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 13, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00533
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 1913. NUMBER 209.




RUSSIA WILL ATTACK BULGARIA TODAY;





BULGARS INVADE SERBIA BUT CHECKED



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ALLIES TROOPS INTO HAVE BALKANS TO PLENTY THROW OF FAILURETO HIT IN PINCHES LOSTPHILLIEGAMEYESTERDAY2TO IN CHAMPAGNE BRITISH SUBMARINES[ AR[





BULGARS ARE REPULSED SAYS NISH $ E 2 1 11 i FRENCH GAINHEAVILY RAISING HAVOC IN BALTIC

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Roumania Seems Certain of
DETAILS. OF GAME; AS TICKED SHORE GOT REVENGE GOOD
0.1' LUCERNE)

Coming Balkans-Other to Aid of Alliesin First THEATRE Inning AND PLENTY BEATING FOR FIRST SEA\VITH A \ GERMAN VESSELS


War News Philadelphia-Stock singles but bases was DOMINATE RAVINE OF LA
out trying to stretch hit to two ;

London, Oct. 12.-A Bulgar armyof also Bancroft Cravath.walks;No Packert runs, one struck hit, out one, THE RED SOX LOOK LIKE WINNERSIf GOUETTE NEAR -

35,000 which is actively entered on error. TAIIURE REVIVAL MEETINGS ()I'ET
ACTIVITY BEGINS IN EARNEST .
war on the side of the Central Powers Boston-Hooper strikes out; Scott METHODIST CHURCH I
is strung both on the northeastand strikes out; Speaker walks; lIoblitzel They Cop Game Today at AS OFTEN

southeast of Nish. ond.-No up; Speaker runs out, no trying hits, no to errors.steal sec- Philadelphia the Rag Will THE GERMANS ALSO CLAIM GAINS The revival meetings at the Methodist PREDICTEDHAMBURGAMn

The Bulgarian forces have attacked Second Inning Go to ThemLewisa church are opening most hope-
Serbia at Gariboghaz, Kniasse- Philadelphia-Luderus singles to the
near fully.Ir. Ley, pastor, was joined
Whitted bunts out Lu- Heavy Losses Incurred by Both
field ,
right
; ; Hero LINER SUNK
vatz, and Vlassin (probably Vlassin- derus to second; Nierhoff fouls out; yesterday evening by Rev. Walt Hoi-
itza), and Zasitchar further south. Burns[ walks; Chalmers strikes out.No Forces in West-England comb, of Nashville, and his evangel-
The object of the attack on Garibo- I runs, one hit no errors. Boston, Oct. 12.-Ernie Shore, the Ratifies United States istic helpers, Rev. and Mrs. Jeter.
Boston-Hoblitzel strikes out; Lew.is youthful righthander, got an opportu- Copenhagen Says Three German
ghaz is to reach and cut the railroad They took charge of the services last
grounds out; Gardner flies out to nity this afternoon to revenge himselffor Loan Steamers Went to Bottom
running northeasterly from Nish to center. No runs, no hits, no errors. night Mr. Jeter conducting the music,
the Roumanian border. Third Inning the beating the Phillies gave him with Mrs. Jeter at the piano. A specially Yesterday in the
Once this line is cut it will be impossible Philadelphia-Stock grounds out, Friday and he seized it, winning 2 to London, Oct. 12.-Terrific fighting interesting feature of Mr.
to send any munitions into third to first; Bancroft walks; Pas- 1 in a pitching duel with George has developed in the Givenchy Hills Jeter's work is his "Chalk Talks." Baltic
kert strikes out; Cravath flies out. Chalmers. northwest of Souchez and the
Serbia from Roumania.The No no hits, no errors. on lie is an adept at putting attractive
runs
The series count is now three to slopes of the Lafolie Height and close London. Oct. 12.-A British submarine -
attacks to the southeast of Boston-Barry walks; Cady buntsto pictures on paper in bhort order, and
Nish, at Vlassinitza and Zasitchar, pitcher, who falls in field, safe at one in favor of the Red Sox, due to by Hill 140 northwest of Neuville St. has announced the picture drawingwill I today torpedoed the Hamburg-

were aimed at Belgrade, Nish, Uskub, first; Barry to second; Shore groundsto third their three straight 2 to 1 victories, Vaast. Both the Germans and French be a feature of each evening's American liner Nicomeda, 4,000 tons,
third out at first Barry on ,
; (off the southwest
and the Saloniki railroad, which is the Cady on second; Hooper singles, scor- and unless Grover Alexander can hurl claim successes. Both assert that the service, and that the pictures will be Danish coast.
sole line over which Anglo-French reinforcements ing Barry; Cady on third? Scott fouls back their advance at Philadelphia to- opposing forces suffered heavy losses.In given away at the close of the exer- Thirty-three members of the crew
could reach Serbia from out; Speaker grounds to first, out. morrow afternoon they will rule kingsof Champagne the French forces by cises. were saved. A German collier and

Greece. One run, two Fourth hits, no Inning errors. the baseball world before the set- steady progress west, of Tahure, now The services last evening were well one steamer were' also torpedoed in
ting of tomorrow's completely dominate the ravine of the same vicinity by the British, all
sun.
Continued progress of their inva- Philadelphia-Luderus flies out; attended for the early days of a
sion of Serbia from the north is reported Whitted out, short to first; Nierhoff'l Failure to hit in pinches was the Lagou tte. The Germans are heavily meeting, and Mr. Holcomb preachedan of the crews being saved.

by both Berlin and Vienna to- walks; Burns singles to ; reason the Phillies lost today. They bombarding the French positions in earnest and impressive sermon,

night. Nierhoff; Nierhoff on second out at; Chalmers third. No groundsout runs, had at least five fine chances to score the direction of Maisons de Cham- urging that the signs and conditionsof Three Steamers Down

one hit, no errors. or to forge ahead, but only once was pagne and those north of Massiges. a revival of far reaching influenceand Copenhagen Oct. 12.-A dispatch .
Russia Will Begin Attack on Bulgaria Boston-Hoblitzel singles; Lewis a timely wallop produced and that power are "expectancy, urgency, says that British submarines sank
Paris, Oct. 12.-Premier Viviani bunts, out at first; Hoblitzel takes was in the eighth when Luderus sin- Ratify Loan and anxiety." Mrs. Jeter will not three German steamers in the Baltic
left Bar-
second Gardner flies out to ;
announced to the chamber of deputies ry flies; out. No runs, one hit, no er- gled following Cravath's triple scor- London, Oct. .-The house of only preside at the piano, but will di- yesterday.The .
today that Russian troops .would at- rors. ing "Cactus" with the only Phillie commons .this evening passed a bill rect services specially for women and British steamship Halizones,
tack Bulgaria tomorrow, this agree- Fifth Inning/ tally of the game. introduced by Chancellor of the Exchequer young people, and a preliminary workin 5,000 tons belonging to the British

ment having been completed between left Philadelphia-Stock Bancroft flies out flies to left out; Pas-to "Duffy" Lewis, the hero of yester McKenna, to confirm the action this line is planned for this morn- and South American Line, has also

France, England and Russia, wherebythe kert; flies out to left. No runs, no day's battle, earned a few more laurel of the government in floating a ing at 10 o'clock. been sunk but it is not stated whether -
latter country will assist the allies hits, no errors.BostonCady. leaves today. He saved the game bya loan of $500,000,000 in the United Today's Program by a submarine or a mine.

in the Balkans. singles to center; remarkable running catch and then States. 10 a. m. in church parlor, for ladies
Shore strikes out; Hooper out; Scott HAMMOND RETURNS TO GAINESVILLE
Viviani declared that the allies have flies out. No runs one hit, no errors. won it in the sixth with a slashing The bill now goes to the house of only, conference with Mrs. Jeter.
sufficient troops to throw into the Sixth Inning two-bagger that scored Hoblitzel lords, after which it is expected it 10:30 a. m., public service, sermon
Balkans without weakening any other Philadelphia-Cravath flies out to from first. will receive the king's assent. Th by Mr. Holcomb. Mr. L. T. Hammond, one of the
center: Luderus singles; Whitted pops courteous clerks in the
French chamber has already ratified grocery de-
front. out; Nierhoff flies out. No runs, one Pat Moran entrusted the pitching 7:30 p. m., half hour service of
hit. no errors. i chores to Chalmers and he made a the loan, France being a joint partici- song and chalk work by Mr. Jeter, partment at the Dickson-Ives com-
Bulgars Invade Serbia Coston-Speaker grounds out; Hob I wise choice. Chalmers pitched a fine pator with Great Britain. followed by sermon by Mr. Holcomb.- I pany's store, has resigned his positionand
litzel singles to center; Lewis gets returned to his former home in
Paris, Oct. 12.-Bulgarian troops and had there been
game any pinch
long drive to center for two bases, I I Gainesville Ga. where he will
Headquarters for all the 'atest assist
invaded Serbia last night. scoring Hoblitzel; Gardner flies out hitting behind him he would have .\RC.ULRO.D) BOOSTERS COMING ,
out at first. One music. Coming every day. Curds & his father in looking after his farm-
to center Barry
; won.
O'Neal, book and music store.M'DANIEL'S TODAY
Bulgars Repulsed run,. two hits, no errors. ing interests. Mr. Hammond was
. London, Oct. 12.The Serbian legation Seventh Inning popular, with a large concourse of
today received this telegram Philadelphia-Burns out; Chalmers Some time this afternoon a delegation friends and stood well with his em-
HELD UP FRUIT ON TWO
singles to center; Stock grounds to VEGETABLE of road boosters from Arcadia
from Nish: short, forcing Chalmers at second; I ployers, all of whom regretted to see
. "Last night Bulgarians began an Bancroft up; Stock out stealing. No and nearby points in DeSoto county him leave Orlando.
.attack in the direction of Vlasina. All runs, one hit, no errors. GROWERS AT TAMPATESTS CROP RUINED will arrive in Orlando, passing "
Boston-Cady strikes out; Shore
attacks up to the present have been strikes out; Hooper grounds out. No through to Eustis and points in Lake BIRTH OF BABY BOY

repulsed decisively." runs, no hits, no errors. WERE MADE AT EX- WHEN DRAINAGE WELL ON county. They will be met on the Or- The stork paid a visit to the homeof
Eighth Inning CHANGE YESTERDAY HIS PREMISES BECOMES lando-Kissimmee highway by local Dr. and Mrs. J. S. McEwan yes-
Roumania Hesitant? Philadelphia-Bancroft flies out; boosters from the Board of Trade and terday morning and left
MORNING STOPPED UP a son.
Paris, Oct. 12.-Premier Bratiano, Paskert pops out; Cravath triples; escorted into the city. Some refresh-
Luderus singles, scoring Cravath;
of Roumania, has given the Italian Whitted grounds to pitcher, out at I Looks Like a Hard Winter for Raehn Is Drilling Out Obstruction - ment will be given them by the enter-
government to understand that Rou- first. One run, two hits, no errors. All Shippers of Green Fruit; and McDaniel Asks tainment committee of which J. D. The HyphenatesScored
manian co-operation on the side of the Boston-Scott out third to first; Leesburg Fruit Is to Bear OneHalfthe Barnes is chairman.
City
Speaker singles: ; Hoblitzel singles to RooseveltNew
be considered certain By
allies may saysa Held
right; Speaker on third; Lewis walks; ExpenseAt
special dispatch from Rome. The Gardner to pitcher, pitcher gets GEORGIA IIIGII FOOTBALL PLAYER .

Roumanian government, however, will Speaker at home and Gardner at Tampa, Fla.? Oct. 12.-Eight or ten the city council meeting yesterday MEETS DEATH York, Oct. 12.-Theo. Roosevelt -
choose its own time for taking the first. No runs, two hits, no errors. people sat in the office of General afternoon a communication was
Ninth Inning speaking before the Knights of
field against the Austro-Germans. Philadelphia-Nierhoff out, third to Manager L. D. Jones of the Florida received from II. C. McDaniel rela- Decatur Ga., Oct. 12.-David Cham- Columbus at Carnegie Hall tonight,

first; Burns pops out; Chalmers out. Citrus Exchange yesterday and tive to a drainage well located near bers, of the Decatur high school foot- poured a verbal machine gun fire into
Xo runs, no hits, no errors. watched Frank T. Wilson a representative Marks street and Magnolia avenue on
Pioneer Resident Is R. H. E. bal Heam, was killed this afternoon what he termed "hyphenated Americanism -
Philadelphia ___________u_ 170 of the state agricultural department his premises. Mr. McDaniel states when he was thrown violently by a ," and incidentally he accusedthe
Derd At Age Of 85Mrs. Boston ___________________ 281 quash the hopes of two that Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Robertsonlast tackle in the game with the Marist German embassy of incitement to
Time-2 hours 6 minutes. growers of grapefruit who fondly believed fall asked his permission to use college eleven of Atlanta. the destruction of property and the
Attendance 37,000. their fruit was ripe enough to the drainage well for the surplus city crippling of American industries.

Elizabeth Harris died last pass the test and be shipped without water coming down Magnolia avenue. i He characterized the
hyphenated
evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home danger of confiscation.In "The well," says Mr. McDaniel
1. D. JR. GETS $$34,000,000 GERMAN HANGAR BURNEDAmsterdam American as a man who doesn't wantto
. of her grandson, J. S. Hyer, 100 West both cases Mr. Wilson's reportwas "has been of great benefit in carryingoff become an American citizen, and

Gore avenue. The deceased was 85 unfavorable. One shipment of the water from Magnolia avenue declared that there ought to be no

years of age and was a pioneer resi- Chicago, Oct. .-Sufficient stockto fruit was from Terra Ceia and one and Marks street, and its importancewas via London, Oct. 12.- room for him in this country. He

dent of Florida, settling in this state control the Colorado Fuel and Iron from Fort Myers. The former showed not realized by me until the well Press dispatches state that a recent praised the naturalized Americans,
in the year 18 3. She was the widowof has 6.7 parts of solids to one of acids and became stopped up last week. It has raid of allied aviators on Ghent and many of whom, he said, have becomethe
the late Rev. James Harris, and is company passed into the hands' the latter 6.4 of solids to one of acids resulted in a bad condition along the neighboring town of Gontrode was best Americans he had
very ever
of John D.
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mattie Rockefeller, Jr.-a gift i "They need about three weeks Marks street and Magnolia avenue,, so successful that every hangar on

Hyer, and by several grandchildren.The from his father, according to the Chi. more ripening," was the comment of ruining" my entire vegetable crop." the German aviation grounds was met.One certain way of bringing this

funeral will be held from the cago Tribune today. Mr. Jones, whose practiced eye cai He then adds that as the well is of burned. Ten houses also were burned. nation to ruin, the Colonel said, and
residence this afternoon at 3 o'clock, The gift of a block of the $34,000000 ,- tell at a glance whether fruit is fit to mutual benefit to him and the city The latest air raid on Ghent reported preventing it from continuing to be a

and interment will be made in Greenwood common stock in the companywas ship or not. I that the city should divede with him occurred on August 31, whenit nation at all, would be to permit it to
cemetery, with Undertaker Handin made, the paper understands, The tests were watched by State the cost of opening up the well. F. was said the aviators destroyed a I become a tangle of squabbling nation-
charge. soon after the appearance of )Ir. Chemist R. E. Rose, veteran of manya Joseph Raehn has been employed to large building at Ghent which was alities, who at heart have more sym-
I Rockefeller before the federal commission battle against the "green fruiters" drill out the obstruction. Mr. McDaniel used by the Germans for housing air pathy for their native land than for

I in industrial relations at its who have for so long ruined the reputation states that he would be glad to craft. the other citizens of the American
BRAND D 1ITLOCK IS ILLThe New York city hearing several of the state's early fruits, but I have the city bear one-half of the expense Republic.

months ago.SERBI.X. whose time is now passed, it is be- but if not he will do it any SEABOARD AIR LINE OFFICIALS

lieved.It way. He believes his well will take IN CITY
Hague, via London, Oct. 12. CITY CAPTURED was Mr. Wilson who held up the care of all surplus water in his neighborhood ITALY SUFFERS A QUAKE
Letters received here from Brussels shipment at Leesburg Saturday, the and save the city the expenseof Monday afternoon officials of theS.
state that Brand Whitlock, American Berlin.The Serbian city of Sem- first in the state to be held up. The tiling to Lake Ivanhoe. Action on A. L. railroad motored to Orlando ;

minister to Belgium, is confined to his endria on the Danube, east of Bel- fruit ran but 6 to 1 and Mr. Wilson this matter was deferred by the coun and visited Oviedo. Returning to Or- Rome, Oct. 12.-An earthquake was

bed. His illness is due in part to the grade, has been captured by the Ger- ordered that it should not be shipped. cit until Friday. lando they were shown over the city i felt at midnight in Reggio Nell

strain to which he had been subjectedas mans. It is now in the hands of the sheriff. Granted "Welcome Sign by V. W. Estes, secretary of the Emilia. Only material damage has

mediator between Belgians and The war office announced today though A. B. Peters, the owner, de- The council granted the W. C. T. U Board of Trade, and generally they been reported.

Germans. that both the town and the fortressof clared he had had it tested at Ocala ; permission to hang a "Welcome" sign were very well pleased with condi- I Reggio Nell Emilia is the capital of

Although advised to leave"Belgium Semendria were captured yester and that it was all right. Even if Mr. I across Church street at Orange ave tions here. It is hinted that an im- the province Jf the same name: situ- ;
for a rest, Mr. Wtitlock declines to dot day. The Austro-German forward Peters should replevin it and ship it nue on the occasion of the coming provement in the service between 'ated on a small affluent of the Po, 14

f so. Belgians are constantly going to movement over the whole Serbian the fruit would be held up across the I state W. C. T. U. convention in No Oviedo and Orlando may be made in i miles northwest of Modena. Its pop-
him for assistance. front is making good progress. state line. vember. the near future. ,ulation in 1901 was 58,490.


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DAILY .I LUST; I'OR .\ U.\Y. I I A Poem For The Day I'
South Florida Sentinel Serbia Invaded Tourists Flocking

MORNING AND WEEKLY : uth; State l'ressIeels at Jackson- 1'111I.o; (. ImlJWe NARCISSUS OXALIS
*', ,t. RtPNN': . . .,... ..." .. ,....Editor \tile; The World Series; and other ..
W. T MM.TON' . tUninru MinifrrEntrrvd ,
- I such Interesting headlines; but the are women tOaether--m mother
at IM> ruet..aIc. *t Orlando.10'. and me.
of these is Wilson tlngagetient /!: -
.... I greatest !
ld.. u tto-ntiil C1 Mull Mattrf With our eyes! on the dull gray' past! ,
' PUHSLRIl'TION HA1M I Since the announcement was! And the pain she knows i." the pain \\e wish to announce thAt In addition. to our rt'lUlnr'I'' Stuck, we have added all kind of 1
ball" I ?pep ......,. ....... ........ |t,00 I mule \\1111on' every act ban been fed I see.
betty tot''I' ...................... 10 .' taut flower llulbn.Hjaeinlh, Tulips', freeMan.! Narcissus!", Onatl! and other bulbs\
tHIIf, I Mnhtlw .., ... ................ 1.1. I l 0 hungry)' public. He bought roses, I ur our ways are one at
U.U", I Month ... .. .... ...... ...... ,10 accepted congratulations! went to
Oh the mad were rough and the
W..klr" -I I-YM'- ---. .-. . . .... .....,.".., looALL S'eMotk, look bin bride.to-be to aluivt shafts| wind Sate Bulk Garden Seed
.. detecllspM! all Bitiund him he All ..I'tUlptpd Ilpuply nlifH-1.I;
$l>Ml. 'MirTIOMt AbVANtRn "" PAYABLE: IN' "inilpd. he "li'Hiliipd slightly> limaitUVIru ; .\1111111)' binin mew Uk and l my head

.-== -= ) hail," he r."tt1) npi" 'lttud tIts Hut grew I: followed\ note 1 her whither .he led I I, We have just re hrd n supply of !Ire.h! Seed ft* follows -f' lul)' Jersey Wakeftrld. I Cabbage! haf'ts'
TO A1)VKNTIitKKdt: l'hllll"lI. Mm, halt "l>rtimt>d w|"'ti the Wlnnlngitu.lt Cabbage, Surehead tabbage. Snow Hal) ulit1ower, Red: \\ th r. WM '>mon Sev.l, \\hiu'

e.., r.. ..,1.. uti elf ether. hd-....' roved thoae at the luncheon were-, l'or H n1ath "'1i cry and a daughter'. Milan Turniphlte Egg Turnip, I'urple Top Globe Turnip Amber Globe Turnip. ,'",now Aberdeen Turnip -
h.od.e to tk. beet.'
ON.1.de.ra.loI Ih.re.et$..Ii.et ho twl.ttln I "lb.. I p. w.Lb. iHonsuie l striped trousers and! a .\ cry the load is the same hard load Seven Top Turnip. Rape: Italian Rve, Winter Barley, Alaska Champion England and MarrofatEnglish
..b..e.e., ...,..Isp. .....strut..b......,sts.ra.nq Tbte" relp!eppis.... I,walow't| "il coat, Mrs Galt was Ai d! the mother lags and the daugh- !'eai, Cow Horn Turmp\\hte| Bermuda Onion Seed Dig Boston Lettuce \\ood' Cabbage Let-

:,:: ., fed edl k. eirlcttr edb.r.l 1+, quoted as saying l etc, etc., Sound! ters fly tuce Long Jan\er Carrots etc
------ -- 1\ bit like royalty, doesn't it? Wilson Till! they meet on the flint-strewn We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they vv.U get fresh
B..ha"ri.... Uiring fb. Sentinel dfcoontiauw of America No but what road
) .......14 notify abe offica in writing a* is King garden seed.
the. UU of cipirttioD, other... it will be. king has ever been so closely watched It was sweet to rush to her yielding I
continued at tna regular subscription rate
what has ever
received.tIJNEMm. ind admired or queen breast.
ntil'... notice.". JI;to..top..., .u..................... It eceived such close scrutiny as has But it's better to clutch her hand. DE
And we know our love is the love
the coming first lady of the land!
\\ OCTOBER 13. 1915. that's best
>\e all like a little show of royalty. And both of us understand
Presumably cold-blooded Wilson likes --Jane Burr in New York Times. I The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
Industry coupled with commonsense
a bit of it, too.
often masquerades as luck.
---0- e LESS CRIME CHICXGO; ONLY CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
I'IIREE-INCA GUNS 16 ARRESTS SUNDV\AS
The first of three cheers is never
JN AEROPLANES. AGAINST AVERAGE 243
as loud as the other two so many ol inwar FLORIDA
The most startling development
have the sheep habit of followinga
us circles during the past week is
leader. Chicago.-Closing of saloons in
he announcement that the French A
---o- for the first time
Sunday
aerial itself'ormed Chicago on
is an army in -- -
corps ----- ----
Sometimes a town doesn't warm up. in divisions and squadrons, in 44 years resulted in the day passing NOTICE TO TVM'\\ERS OF i b till I tlllIlllIllllllIlIllIllllIlll 1111111111111 tI .

to some of its own institutions because with battle aeroplanes cruiser aero. with the lowest crime record in \HV.';R 1'.\UK, FLORID .

the heads of those institutions; lanes, scouts and torpedo planes, all the history of the police department Cake Flour

have cold noses. irmored heavily and carrying three- Chief of Police Healey announced to- The taxes of the town of Winter

o old fashioned nch cannon and rapid fire guns. Aviation da>. Park Florida are now due and may 2 packages for ____________25c;
What has become of the during the war has developed: toi Out of 7,152 saloons in the city, be paid at the Bank of Winter Park j :

grocery clerk who used to weal high point of efficiency. Where the only 28 were found to have violated Winter Park, Fla. I .

the wicker-basket sleeve protectorson Zeppelins have failed the aeroplanes Mayor Thompson's closing order. All who have not yet paid their : Potato Flour

his arm! have advanced Three-inch cannons Only sixteen arrests were made for taxes for the year 1915 will please ';

on aeroplanes-it seems almost pre- drunkenness yesterday, and 47 on Saturday I call at the Bank of Winter Park and I' 2 packages for ____________25c
It isn't long from the time a son posterous. And during the revolutionary as compared with an averageof pay same as soon as possible. .
thinks his father knows everythinguntil three-inch a C. D. POWELL, Tax Collector. ; ;
was
war a gun 243 for the two days during several Samp
that the old man 10-7-6tc I .
he
questions formidable weapon on land. Now it months past. II
___ _____ -I
knows anything. the air. Other --- -
has been taken into Saloon keepers estimated that they 5c. per lb., G lbs for _______23c;
o developments in aerial warfare which lost $400000 yesterday as a result of ,
Every once in a while there comes may shorten the war are now eagerly 'being obliged to close.
the kind of a day that walks up to a awaited. ORLANDO CONCRETE I :: Toilet PaperFour

man who was going to pet his fuel in o .
-and says to him "Hurry up." LAKELAND MORNING I STAR The Zolfo Springs Truth announces: lOc. packages for _____23c;
'ft. S. Becker, over in the Larkin
o lt 1t .UOItS. neighborhood, in his experiments of WORKS Six packages for __________23c;

Speaking of royalty, as the gent Saturday, October V, the Lakeland late is demonstrating the fact that .
who held a king will nometlmen, Wi Morning Star resumed publication.
vegetables can be grown the year 107 LONG STREET : Sunshine Cakes CrackersAlways
have often wondered how a prctendoi Those who believed that Lakelandwas truck that .
round. lIe has 15 acres in I
to throne made a living in that line too small a city to support twonewspapers ,, r
truck
o I will he disappointedThere is very promising. Our growers : fresh and crHp.
fit this community would' do well to
A man Is never entirely unfe. NVv U always n field for morning get in touch with Mr. lleckcr'n. KVHm I WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

rt'nlln one of our ('Xchnllth! \' othcr paper because the morning itcwupu- for the possibilities\ are at our All elates of Concrete work =--===
day where n mnn eluded! the women per| ii the logical ono fur any emn- I hand if wo but put our energy to the done Concrete IJuHdlnjr IMoek-, r --

* until l he wa d4< years old!, and then munity. With ul'lo bunlmns management work." I'il'r'nlk Steps Lawn Iton- .
: ,
Our Grocery Company
1."III\.trom.U-\ha. d Starshould
finally mauled, A grass widow with the ;
Hose
tour children.\ have u HucteNS. In four coluinna chc \S'ltiteS'By Posts,

I) tho editor and business man and! Vine Trellces, Fence and! i Two Phones: 3 and 2001

K. finer, tells all about why Dressmaking Parlor Post Parts, Egyptian "
Hark hark tho dogs do tmrk-the agerV. Hitching Orlando Fla
fakir. are coming to town Hut FlorIda tho Star suspended and its attitude Vases: of every description! i G and 8 E. Pine ,

linn been no often fooled by the towards the Evening: Telegram All and! Iliad Fountains! Bring your b tlMMMMMMMMMtniilMMMi | | M

good talker, she. doenn't recognizethe of which Is unintelligible, and we takeit estimate for concrete
and
plans get -- --- -- -- --
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fakir until he has skinned! her and that the Morning Mar ia again Minn!' Margaret u. Hamilton - -
because its publisher work. Call and see our
gone.! Iluy an ndvertlnlng blotter by allvo Moiety I
all m'nn.-. Mlnnil Metropolis wants to make money. \\e wlnh him for prevent! located nt 107 S. Orange granite and other natural rock .

o good luck faced building blocks Plansnnd
Market Inc.
A\e. Meat
"Who will be bent rnnn at the 1'N'1I' o estimates made. All work Yancey ,
the Illl': ('OLMU\) ) '
!Identint wedding Interrogates r guaranteed. UUV PAID UP
Tampa Tribune. Well, we should prefer 1I.\ I\lm.:
all the who .nerve u glees The public and nil former Pro and Mar
to hntnril a !guess on n list of ten Of men T. A, YANCEY, Jr.,

nr n down men who' will not have thnt.1I"tlnt'tlnn l'OlnI\\UIlIt-UII\ mechanic, the farmer InUtctl to call ORLANDO FLORIDA
and would.! hens) the lint I tin! merchant, the doctor, tin! patrons 15
vrlllt I the twine of n .nn rallwl. "prer- teacher, the preacher, the t&w"r"& $ 2 9 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

1"",," gentleman, wlto, resoles In Mn- the country banker\ cornea" nlxiut\ ill Florida and Western MeatsO'ldcrl'l )
coin( Nebraska neatly being tt i 1I we Uy and the vital FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

.ft part ot 1\ tommuhlty a* any utheiHe J'to/i, Poultry, Vc&ctalle#, Game, Rio
member ut It, must have the very' WASHINGTON JC C.
The HUIa highway was formally highest qualities) of Community leadership I"u'al l l Attention to Hotel and Owl of Town Ordvro

iledKated' at Chicago! ja t Saturday, too--for iompetltion U keen, 1".1"10. l In p. 0. BOXaao!
(lay, Ounne made a speech and they lie mud have faith in the town based AND RETURNVIA IHONII { "nld..e I)) c.". Orng Ave. .nd. Church St,

had a Chicago girl to "represent 1)\1\ (- on n cold duilluaionine! knowledge of(

k," If they had said the word we I he: bottom facts about the communi VANILLA .
would! have sent them a real sure-
ty. lie must believe in men-against
enough Orlando-Pixie girl that great odds-and he must have vision TUTI FRUTI

would have put some tone and embel vision that comes to one who sees GUAVAICE Atlantic Coast Line 'The 1CiJet
Think of
lament into the exercises. things in the future and capitalizes

a Chicago girl with the style of feet what he sees with his courage.Wit.Ham CREAMS. Standard Railroad of the South OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
reputed to have represent.
they are Allen White. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
ing Dixie.It D
o Detroit Free Press: Kissing Bryan,. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

is a good time to begin preparing however will never become a national AUTO LUNCHESA Tickets sold Oct. 15th:> to 19th Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

exhibit for the screened from the flies, and kept fresh
some kind of an custom. Nov." Everything away
SPECIALTY. Extended to 15th:> on paj-
big: fin county fair that is to be held oNo and pure.
in Orlando before many months. Start individual with anything to sell I ment of $1.00 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

some" big; vegetable: seeds" growing; or or trade can successfully find a buyer everything in the Meat Line.
begin: fertilizing a fruit tree to make or trader without the aid of the Sentinel Steel Pullman Electric Lights

the yield! unusual! or any other work want ads. Remember that its!I CLUB SANDUICII 23e.; H. jVE. Self & Go.
five sixths oi[ Electric Fans
that will produce an article better circulation represents -
than the common sort. the Orlando community. \ PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET


L.\ r.nI.1XR.J-I SIDELIGHTS Me Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed I For Information Call on -

AMONG: riCTURFS. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. -
Ilj \\'. S. branch.An and Delivered for All
The Eustis Lake Region; always doing W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

: something worth while hid an Occasion OrlandoMIMMMMMMMiMMffMM' '
last Oregon woman asks! a divorce AGENCYNew
elaborately arranged; front page; CHALMERS
Thursday! which showed, among; other 1 from' her husband because he is in -t
the habit of wearing. one pair of !
.
things; three splendid pictures, says 11111111111
Times-Union Ono socks seven weeks straight away. If
the
Jacksonville arrive about
the 4 will
taken in an orange grove, where the stories are true that the newspaper Chalmers 6-10-7 passenger
was Wheat!
right between the rows of growing boys tell about Rube Alljn, he i Wheat! 20th.
his wife
Mill never be divorced from I Ion
of Natal were
trees, long strips grass
pccn According to the line under- such grounds. Hut she may catch While it last, we will offer our last shipment of wheat "'c do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

death the picture the crop of Natal him for not wearing any for seven at a specially low price.

hay raised 1 by this mean, in a weekll. andgrowing :
grass the - There is no better feed than wheat for laying hens

young orange Jttomainttined The next picture Georgia may be *cmi.burberoua for C h'IC k.. : .
cost of the grove;
gave an Idea of how the people enjoy the way the Chicago Tribune thinks Try our mash for your poultry nnd report result : AUTO WASHING STATIONFreeman

life In Howey City and! \icinity Sceral \'- they have handled the Prank case, Just received a fresh shipment of the best sweet feed) ,
fluhng parted were shown on tho hut l If Chicago or the whole Mate. cf in town. it
1. in the middle of Illinois can show an all round bull it
lake, the time icing cannot call in V. D. Phillips Mgr
winter. A fine herd of Jersey rows player with a rt'l'orillike thut of lion Telephone your wants If you person. ,

on the taughlin!: farm at Zellwood. Tvrua Cobb tho "Georjria peach" we I PHONE .J 11
had been taken for the third picture, will have more respect for their opinions .

and the acene was at pretty* a.* any on the Frank mater. : The Co-Operative Produce Co.W. -- -
of the famous artist fancy - -

pieced picture and showed what sort of livestock Some day somebody is going to In. S. DeWitt, Mgr No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 17 :. Want Ads Get ResultsTHE

U being!!: raised in Lake county rite us to !go!: (fishing when we can Sentinel

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CHANCE OF INTERESTOne Pushing Raft Swimmer Blows I


. of the must important business Up Bridge In Sea Of Marmora! ; | "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class. Tree

deals of the current month was the I

purchase of the DeLaney Drug London-How Lieutenant -D'Ojly -statement, "he planned to destroy . .

pan), on Orange avenue, by com'I'I Hughes, attached to a British submarine that, but abandoned the idea because "' ''''-0
Ragsdale of I\immre, and the operating in the Sea of Marmora I!iof the presence" of enemy workmen.lie I tL / Unless Budded
ness, will\ be incorporated' an then selected a brick culvert ''
Lucerne Pharmacy. J. I). Woodbeck, swam from the craft pushing' ahead der which he placed a charge of un'I''I'
for ten yens in the drug business, of him n raft bearing explosives with plosive' nnd lit a fuse. lie effected his! s from Bearing
\\I1I be the mutineer., Mensr Unlit!!- which he made n breach In the Turk- l'!Cute by running n mite ,"\\''I HIP M 't :
dale l and "'o<1.It..k| Intend to re-'tull'| | Uh railway, skirting! the 'bench. I III re- railway unit plunging into the rn
the stock, turn It over, and odd new laird in nn official retort| given outline jut lilt the explosive went olf. trees of a I known
line, tie. tnnlpht. Thin statement chronicling '' "..el11I was wnttrrctl near him, In
They cow to ChIli",!lrt with! n sill\ \\cn' |>rtlwm|' the utritnuput t'i'It'rl.| | ilifAtlng that the explosion wan tffectUe
did! r"I'utlUt11tllr' fnlr dealing and Puce that has befallen' any man during > ,
HIP hltrhly successful' I I'\IIII| . A welcome i Uxten.U I'l to them and! I 'IIU weapons ('on.i Utii| of wn auto I!mnn the suhmurinr. the lieutenant' r, t
the Sentinel wishes them the be, "t of mutle service revolver and n *hurpennil swam out to sea )Uo"| (1\8r, on sight
success W.V.. Davidson! fonneily )'onet. He also carried undectric ing the buliinurlnu he mistook it fora Quality of Production.O.W.-
with Merck'* Pharmacy, U connect?'! torch and a whistle. The group of Turkish row boats, whereupon .
with the firm chits proved 1 unscnlalile ut the tint ( he swam toward shore and l he
Mr James f Oel in charge of the drug store, will take launched his raft till a less precipitous (. ing. lie then discovered l his mistake .
a greatly earned vacation, and Dr. II. spot was reached and after and again entered the water Subsequently
C. At.ernethy11I give his sole time a stilt climb and a considerable he was rescued by the sub Conner.
and attention to the Cook Auto com march he reached the railway. marine when he was on the verge of
.
pany. "Sighting n viaduct," continues the exhaustion."
The following notice from the Kis- Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't Le
eimmee Valley Gazette is of interest. Miss Vivian Hasler, of the millinery JIIUTISII{ CASUALTIES SINCE grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
". am G. Racndale, president of the department, and Mrs. Opal McKenzie I OCTOBER: 1
PalaceDrue company, of this city, I _
of the ladies' ready to wear, in the
and one of the progressive businessmen
of Kis!immee, is branching out Vow ell-Duck worth department store, I l..ondon.-British casualties reported Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLA AHA
since" October 1 amounted to
in his chosen line of endeavor, having returned to Orlando last evening from [than 21,000. The week-end casualty more NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

purchased during this week the the buying centers of the East, including {list published today gives 200 officers nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

stock Orlando of the Detaney Drug companyin New York, Doston and Philadelphia {and 4,300 men. This brings up the by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-

"This drug store, one of the promi. where they purchased an total casualties published in the Lon- MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
exquisite line of goods for their respective don since the first of the
nent ones in the capital city of Or- I papers five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
: departments. month to 981 officers and 20,351 men.
ange county, is located on Orange tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

avenue. The store enjoys a profitable trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
trade and should good investment
a -
for Mr. Ragsdale."J. prove. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

D. Woodbeck, formerly of the time and money to bring it into bearing.

Smith Shoe company, and a memberof Hammond & GoreFUNERAL Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose. alone, but buy your trees where
the city council, will be managerof you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLA" AHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

the store for Mr. Ragsdale and DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
assumed his duties yesterday. Mr.
Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
Woodbeck is a man of good business
judgment and has had experience in Values Low Prices Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel's
the drug business. Both Mr. Rags- work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

dale and Mr. Woodneck invite Kis- COMPARE ray, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
simmee people to make this store comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
their headquarters when they visit
Orlando. OUR FURNITUREWe

"Mr. Woodbeck will remove to Or-
lando. His removal will deprive the provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
Kissimmee concert band of a leader, by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
much to the regret of the music lovers an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We
of the city, and will necessitatethe can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
selection of a successor to fill his stones of this business and that means much to any buyer. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
place on the ctiy council. No action
will be taken on this, however, until I

first the next Tuesday meeting night of in the November.council,"the McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK i G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida ; j


Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
An ad in the morning SentinelJs
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THE BIG I




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The place to buy the right thing to be "DRESSED UP" correctly. Never such a


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


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

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

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

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

the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that

f' can be described by only one word, "distinguish- all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.

fy, 1 ed..The varying models assume a becoming
I Prices $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50
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effect for every man Priced from $2.00 up.





NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODSCREPE


DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, large selection GABARDINE inches wide, very; popular, in all CHARMINE, a beautiful lustrous silk in black and

of new shades to choose from . . . _. . .$1.a_0 the wanted shades -. . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 white, 40 inches wide . . . . . . . . . . $2.25

BROAD CLOTHS, Chiffon Finish, 51 inches wide,
PLAID SILKS, large line, all the newest combina- SHEPHERD CHECKS, all sizes; these are very..y sponged and shrunk, $2.00 $1.75 and . . . .$1.50
good this season $2.25, $2.00 $1.25 and . 90c
tions, 21 and 36 inches, and priced at $1.75 FRENCH SERGE, 54 inches wide, black and navy

STRIPED TAFFETA SILKS, beautiful combinations an exceptional value . . . . . . . ._ . . .$1.50
$1.aO and . -- --- - .- . . . . .. .. .$1.00 _
36 inches wide . . . . . . . . "$1.a 0 STORM SERGE, 54 inches wide black, white and

navy . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . . ._ . . .$1.25:
TAFFETA SILKS new line in all grades,
BLACK
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, 36 inches wide, STORM SERGE, 48 inches wide in cream, all wool,

36 inches wide, $1.50: $1.25: and .. . . . . . .$1.00beautiful soft finish, in all the wanted shades. .$1.50 extra value . .- . .. . . .. .. . . . . . .7c:




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


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Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe i


Town And Rollins CollegeBIGLOW Distinctive Styles and Match-


less Values in

RESIDENCE NEARING FAST FOOTBALL PRACTICE

COMPLETION GAME YESTERDAYIn

The attractive six room residence a hotly contested game the High
which F. J. Hunter has had under School football team defeated Rollins Suits Coats

course of construction for E. O. Big- College yesterday afternoon by the ,
low for some time past is rapidly score of 12 to 6. Rollins intended this
'
nearing completion and will be fin- only as a practice game and substi-
ished by the 20th of the month. tuted frequently, so that all the men Etc., At This StoreHave
The house is of the bungalow style might get a chance.
and will be fitted with all modern The High School team was espe-

conveniences. The interior is to be cially strong on defense and Rollins

finished in natural yellow pine, while gained very little ground. The line
the exterior will be dark brown plunging of Lobean for the High YOU seen the Ready-to-

trimmed in white. School featured, he making almost all
:: Wear that is the subject of so
The Biglows are expected to arrive the gains and carrying the ball over ..- '
from their home in New London, for a touchdown after a 15 yard N much comment? With styles

Ohio, and occupy the new residence plunge over tackle. REV. WALT HOLCOMB 1
about the middle of November. I I well established, your choosingnow
Evangelist at the First Methodist Church.Mr. .
HERE FROM WEST ORANGE will be done from the largest -
BOULEVARD PAVING T. J. Minor, of Ocoee, was in town .
:: S. Sherman, a prominent citizen ANNOUNCEMENTModern and best assortments. New
will
The sidewalk contractors com- "esterda route home from Setf-
ner. of Beresford on the St. Johns
work the boulevard
mence today on : Woodmen of America
river, who has been spending several No. 1C.074.; will meet in 1. O. shipments have been received to
Camp
The few
paving. remaining unpaved eral days past. :Mr.: Minor is a retired -
days in this section visiting his O. F. hall October 13. All '
tonight
blocks in the business district will be merchant who has for years fill the vacancies caused! by
friends, Mr. C. Kennison, 109 HiiIstreet members are requested to be present, .t
completed in the course of the next been actively connected with the bus- there is businessto
as some important
few : returned home yesterday af- / earlier j sell'ng; and many new
days.In iness life of his home town. lIe reports attend to.
all directions Winter Park's ternoon. J.1.. Brady, clerk. .,I'
ave that things in west Orange are assortment have been added
nues are being bounded by concrete looking fine, and that the outlook fora I
sidewalks, and at the present rate it good citrus crop is excellent. making stocks larger and more

will walks not are be completed.long before Practically all of the new five I BUILDING PERMIT GRANTEDAt Beds! Beds ! Beds! !i satisfactory than ever before.

miles of walks put down during the the last session of council a You'll realize the advantage in

current year forms a record for pro- building permit was issued to Kum- In Bright New Patterns purchasing here.when
ex-
gressiveness of which the town may mer & Holdorf to erect a building you

well be proud fifty by one hundred feet, upon their amine the garments, realize
lot just north of the A. W. Mason
FIRST MEETING FORTNIGHTLY cottage on East Park avenue. The I their quality and see their

CLUB I building is to be fireproof in construction t 1e., prices.
The first meeting of the Fortnightly and will probably be constructedof
'
Club for the season was held Mon- concrete blocks. It is to be usedas
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day evening at the home of Mrs.Mary a billiard and pool room.
Flye. The program for the eveningwas
of a rather informal nature and FRESHMAN MEETINGThe Sweaters and Italian Smocks

consisted chiefly of reminiscences of freshman class held a short

the past summer's experiences, told meeting yesterday and several mat- r
by each of the members. About twen- ters of business were brought before Become more fashionable every

ty-fhe members were present. The the members. Another meeting of I VR" day. Our full assortment is intensely -
hostess served a cream course duringthe the class has been called for today.Y. ..:) l interesting-it embraces
evening. The next meeting of the Now Is The Timeto e.t' .. absolutely the very latest in
club will be held at the college studio, M. C. A. MEETING LAST vogue.
Monday October 25. EVENING 4 iN
evening
. I IN SWEATERS we have all the
The regular' weekly meeting of the select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. JIJI; -;'! \ J newest plain colors, also the
SCHULTZ MOVING TO NEW LO- Y. :M. C. A. was held at Lyman gymnasium :
; two-toned Reversible and "Ombre"
Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat -
CATIONThe last night, with a full attend- f.'iJ' i\\ I effects.

dry goods stock of W. H. ance present. An interesting and surprising low prices. A call will convince you. It.' IN ITALIAN SMOCKS we have
Schultz is being moved into the firm's helpful talk was given by W. R.
;+!$ :I tzi i "'t3r; i a garment that is destined to beI -
handsome new quarters in the recent- O'Neal. .
ly completed Schultz building. The y :! 7o\-V\ come extremely fashionable.
elI= !i\\\\\tt' \ j; s'I fj'I lade.o the famous :"Kayser"
entire task of moving will be com- FREE MOVING INTO NEW HOME \
\ I P' ''''k\: / silk, it is carried out in all the
pleted by tonight, although much Free and family are moving
George OSCAR HAND & SON .
tp : I high pastal colors and also in
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work in arranging stock will still remain into their attractive new home on : tf1li: "t-"I \.
:: '. \ shades suitable for street wear.
Schultz has I
t obe done. :Mr. East Park avenue. The house has '
Home FurnishersAnnouncement ""If--t.. "\-i Some are trimmed in real fur,
just received large shipments 6f different just been completed and forms quitean Complete r
others in imported swansdown
varieties of fall and winter addition to the avenue.IMPROVEMENT. iyf\q i, ..._'
I 5 being used as evening
stock and a visit to his new salesroomwill I l!: -many
I .I'-. =: 1.. wraps.
prove both pleasant and profit- ..
\.:.i We guarantee our prices to be
able. D. M. Batchelor is having his two ;
I 20 cent lower than store
per any
;- story cottage, located .near the college \ in Florida.
WILL PURCHASE FURNITUREFOR campus, painted and refinished
"
TIlE INNR. inside and out.

P. Foley, manager of the New
Seminole Hotel and Inn, who has been Miss F. S. Borland, who has been
in Winter Park for some days, left spending the summer at her former We are moving into our new building, and '\'

yesterday for Chicago where he will home in Chautauqua, N. Y., has returned "Kampus Togs"For
purchase the finest of up to date fur- to Orlando and is now busily will have a new stock of goods on display

nishings for the Inn.Ir.. Foley ex. engaged in getting the Woman's Exchange Young Men

pects to return within ten days for in readiness for opening on Thursday Morning I
the remainder of the season. Friday, October 15th.
We have secured the local agency

WINTER PARK PERSONALS Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Brown are
for these magnificently tailored
among the prominent winter !residents gar-

J. B. Clarke, president of the Peninsula who have returned to Orlando W. H. SCHULTZ ments-another step towards our

Paper company, of Tampa, called for another season. They have been p
upon the local merchants yesterday. spending the summer in Jacksonville supremacy In Men's Wear. Fabricsare
Winter Park Florida
Illinois, and are again occupying their
of the finest; cut and style positively
F. R. Roden, representing the home 513 West Central avenue. ti

Koeach! Paper company, of Tampa, .- There is a Photographer in Winter Park the newest; absolute correct fit
visited<< Winter Park merchants ye*. Mewr J. W. Brown and C. I. Al
I 1 guaranteed.Our .
terlla)". Ion, trawling freight agent, and commercial THE SUSAVICKT STUDIOSCHULTZ -1
agent, respectively of the splendid assortment includesthe
R. V. Keebler, of Tampa spent RCV- Atlanta Birmingham & Atlantic mil BLOCK
oral hours in Winter Park yesterday road, with headquarters in Jacksonville double breasted Vests, single

taking orders for the line of confections was among the popular transportation breasted coats, full English and

put out by F. W. King & Company men spending yesterday in Our new Studio will be open for business
of Tampa. Orlando. semi-English Styles, etc., all expressed -
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13th. You are 1q
in fine qualities of Cheviots, Worsted -
Preston Buford, travelling for the Mr. T. P. Throop, of Nashville, cordially Invited.
John 15. Fowler Soda Fountain Supply Tenn., spent yesterday in Orlando and Vicuna Serges, Overplaids,
company, of Virginia, was in town making arrangements to bring his Sllleuhcttc of '
yesterday visiting the trade in the interest family here on the first of the month. H. SIEWERT Plain Grays and Plain Blues. Prices

of his house. He has rented a house on East Jack- from $16.50 to $25.00.To .
son street, and expects to make this
Mrs. Jean Webster and Mrs. Rachel city his headquarters for the next MIIIIIIIMMIMMMMIIIIMiiMIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIMjj each purchaser of a suit we will

Wagner Winter Park are expected this week to from arrive the in eight months. present a pair of spats to match suit,

North where they have been spend- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I jj Winter Park Auto Co. j i Copyrighted. and a drinking cup.Dicksonte.

ing the summer months.E. er....x..tm..A Eros,

WA\'TED-C1ean rags at Sentinel --
W. Moore, an attorney of Pitts- office. 10-13-tf
burgh, left yesterday afternoon over i
the A. C. L. on a business trip to his FOR SALE A handsome Shetland ,BUICK and FORD CARS
pony, safe for children to ride or
home city. Mr. Moore will be
away;
drive. Seth Woodruff. 10-13-3tc
from Winter Park for several weeks. Co.

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Repairing Painting and Auto : : t
Roland Bane returned Monday light housekeeping; all modern con- ,

night from Tampa, where he pitched veniences.10-13-6t 312 E. South street. SuppliesOPEN
a 3 to 0 game for the Ybor,City team

in the contest with West Tampa Mon LOST Male !
pointer pup, nearly
day. The teams now stand 14 to 14, grown liver ears, liver spot on .DEPARTMENT STORE.

and interest is growing intense. rump, body ticked. Reward for return I DAY AND NIGHT ... ...
10-13-ti
to Frank G.
Three games remain yet to be played, Guernsey.
one of which will come off tomorrow. I "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
When in need of a veterinary call PLACE"A
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(@rlau n 'nrirty I Get It At Allen's"

TOIlAVS) 1'Kor.ltAM 1 n

4-Kt-t-l*--IKeliance.
I SOCIETY CALEMIAU: II MARRIAGE,. CJIISS MAY.METHORNTON "The Old Clothes Shop."
OF OlU.\ oBrownsville in two parts.
S 1 Wednesday October 13. Majestic. "Pirates Bold."
Bachelor Girls Miss Jean Person ( Pa., Telegraph) Keliance. "Izzy and the Diamond." V
hostess. Harold H. Baer was united in marriage Five cents to all.
( Suffrage League, 10 o'clock a. m., at to Miss Mayme A. Thornton, of
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Unity Chapel.Thursday. I Orlando Fla., at the residence of the n '
October 11. '. 80CIETOTES OF INTEREST: t11
Gentlemen's evening at Kosalind Club. Rev. W. Scott Bowman, of the Second Kev. Eleanor E. Gordon who has k rtM Il
Gun Club: shoot afternoon. Presbyterian church Uniontown at 1 been absent all summer in Hamilton
Friday, October 15.VV. ;).
m., October 7.
C. T. U. Topic: "Loyal Temper.. p. 111., is expected home Friday. She
ance Legion." Leader Mrs. 11. Bel "Red," aa he is better known will be the guest of Mrs. Mahlon Goreat nt.ti P w0
lamy. among his friends and acquaintances her home on Lucerne Circle.
is a graduate of the Uniontown high

I'KOMINENT WORKER COMING school where he made quite a name I Mrs. Harvey M. Allen a prominent We are headquarters for Friendship Links Wo have 0

HERE .'lm. 1 ATLANTA for himself as an athlete playingduring business woman of Columbus hundreds of these pretty links to select from the price is
All arrangements are practically his four years course on the Ohio who has been spending several n n nU nonly
rompleted for the state tour of Gordon t football basket ball and baseball days in Orlando looking over this section 25c., including engraving, and they are very popular.
G. Singleton of Atlanta Ga., teams of that institution. He was
with the view of investing left
I
secret service secretary of the World- also one of the stars of the Union-
yesterday afternoon to visit points U U
tYkle Duraca-I'hilathea Union to visit town Church League. Since gradua- JEWELERS.ZICSIlMMlEHMZZZZSOIZIXdIZZZZZIl
farther south. Mrs. Allen was very ALLEN & CO. .
the classes of many cities in Florida tion he has attended both Wash-Jetf ,
much impressed with the ctiy and its
beginning! at Jacksonville Fla., Sunday and Bucknell colleges' and played foot- .
and
surroundings contemplates returning -
October 10; at Orlando Saturday Since last January Mr. Baer has !
in about three weeks. :: : .
and Sunday, October 16 and 17, and ball at both of them.
continuing until November 9, when it I been located in Brownsville as city -
FALL SHOWING AT TilE GUAM
will end at Live Oak. editor and manager of the Telegraph .
The usual expression :- The object of the trip is to hull I I and can number among his friends a Dickson-Ives will present their t TilE TIME TO PAINT
conferences in the cities visited for of the population of
large majority 1) Don't let
is right things
opening of fall ready to wear cos. now. go
from visitors the purpose of better acquainting the the three boroughs. He is the son r
I I tumes and millinery at the Grand the- y i \ until the house barn fence or floor
Ltaracas and Philatheas and all Sun. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baer of 114 4
atre this morning on living models, ;: begins to look shabby. A little of our
returning to ,Orlando day school workers with the value of West Berkley street Uniontown.The at 9:30 o'clock. __ e: ; ready to use paint will put your horn
organized class work in the Sunday bride is the daughter of Mr. : in fine trim and save you the cost of a
school and ultimately to the church. and Mrs. J. I. Thornton, of Orlando much bigger paint bill later on.
: The Baraea-Fhilathea movement is Fla., but was born in South Browns- COOK & BAAS ik
the oldest biggest and best organized ville. She attended the Bridgeport Agents will attend to your fire insur-
Bible class movement in the world public schools and later Miss Carey's; ance promptly. Christ building.

and its original methods are used by school at Princeton, N. J., and Pow- 1917lmocINGLEXOOK ,I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
most every organization of its kind hatan college at Charlestown. Va. "D
CAKE AND 205 S. Orange AvenueCOLEMAN
since its beginning. The Baraca- The romance of the young couple
Philathea classes are interdenominational dates from the visit of Miss Thorntonto CANDY PARLOR & KHAN Phone 261

and every class is first taughtloyalty relatives and friends in Browns-
to the church and this confer- ville. Delicious Candies Cakes Sandwiches
ence is only inspirational and for the After the wedding which was at- etc.
"I see so many purpose of putting the very best tended only by two friends Guy Orders taken for parties.
methods and Miss Located in rear of branch's BookStore
in
operation.The Woodward of Charleroi
Dodge Cars in New' program for Mr. Singleton in Jess Wick of Brownsville, the happy Arcade CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Orlando is as follows: pair left on the P. R. It. train for I
Jersey." 0:45: : a. m. Address to Uarncas and Pittsburgh where they will spend a
Philathens, by Mr. Gordon G. Singleton few days and then complete their DIRECTORAND
in llarnca Hall. hont'Yh1oo"tth a trip to Niagaraand
11 n. hi. An address by Mr. SIngle. Buffalo. They will be nt home EMBALMERAll \

ton, In main auditorium of llaptlet after October 20 at 811 Market street,
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church. llrownsvlllc.!
3:J p. m. Open dUcuMlon.' ! n. The While an nltemf" to keep the pinter -
Class (Hour, led
nyj, I"l Advantage/ of Orfunlsntiun firUe very many' of It In' friend, as it Hand Block.
"New York sure Federation! by" Mr. Chun. 1', Duw) ; hearty uildon|, of the condition ofaitalm Night.
c. Secret Service\ )" Mr Jordan n.( wa only' strengthened by -

has a lot of Dodge Singleton; d. Claw Activities, by "Ned's", heated denial to the I\ffYiil\ Orlando Florida.
three class members: ; *. Social Athletle Ions( of hU friends when he announced ,
Spiritual by Mr. Tom Phillips yesterday that he was aboutto PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPIIONE: 457,
Cars. This meeting will be full of interest start on hU vacation
to the Ilurara-Philatheas and! nil + "LIFE'S MYSTERIES"A
other Sunday school! organizations of MRS. FORDE: PRESIDENT: ; CIVICLEAGUU
the city Mina Comedy.
t
classes are requested! to takes Mrs Anna L. Forde has been elected lililMHMIMMilliMIIMIIIMMMMMMMIillMIM1I
feecial notice of the place for this! president of the Women's: Civic I f
meeting and to have the largest IU.. League\ of Orlando, succeeding 1\1 n. "THE DECOY"
tendance possible John T. Fuller resigned. Mm. Forde's
"Why I under- + election came Monday afternoon at u A Lubin Drnma. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM\ R. O'NEAL

IMIBTTY immilUY 1'AHTY meeting at the Horoul room, at
Mm Clarence G. Brown yesterday which Mrs Helen Ensign, first\ vice .
stand they are pay- entertained sixteen little tots at her provident, presided. Mm. Fordo has "THE GIRL HATER"( ,

homo on North Orange avenue in honor been one of tho leading& members of A
Iliotfrnph Comedy-Drama.
ing $50 bonus for of her daughter, Ruth thu day the Civic League for a long/ time and
marking& her fifth birthday, Mm. Do- her elevation to the presidency U mer
early deliveries i in veil assisted in amusing! the children ited. She has nlao been connectedwith
'THE SCAR OF CONSCIENCE"An
with various games. An the Afternoon the Orlando Chapter of the D. CURTIS & O'NEAL
drew to a close they were Invited A. R. and has always been interested! Edison Drama
Boston. into the dining room where a in civic work and various organiza
table was beautifully decorated the tions.
color scheme being pink and blue. In + 5 cents 10 cents Insurance Loans Real Estate
the center of the tables was a birth MRS. DEWITT MILLER ENTER."
day cake holding five candles and at- TAINED Rentals
tractive favors were at each place. Mrs. DeWitt Miller entertained at
Tomorrow: Francis X. Bushman -
The ice cream was served in molds of her home the Wyoming yesterday
rabbits and hearts made by Hand's afternoon the guests being members assisted by Ruth Stone-
and were the delight of the children. of the Younger Matrons Card Club.
"In Colorado I Little Miss Ruth was a winsome host- As her guests besides the club members house in"THE

ess and was the recipient of numer- were Mrs. L. B. Fort Mrs. SLIM PRINCESS."
ous gifts. The guests were :Margaret Frank Guernsey Mrs. W. C. Essing-
told of
was a mountain -
Rush Margaret Siemens Mildred ton and Mrs. W. M. Glenn. The prize
Katherine Siemens Carey it ESTABLISHED 185
Siemens was won by Mrs. Gordon Wright
I so steep thatno Johnson. Elizabeth Johnson Mary being three dainty handkerchiefs in *-
Ives Stanley Bumby Billy Duck- blue lavender and pink. At the close
car but a Dodge worth Junius Dovell, Susan Barnes of the games Mrs. Miller served

,Eleanor Dow Marian Dow Eleanor frozen fruit salad, sandwiches, nuts MiMMiilllMMItlltlliMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMiMHand's
could make it." Estes Dorothy Estes and Mary and coffee. A delightful afternoonwas
Frances "Robertson. spent by those present.
+ +

MISS JOHNSON WILL LEAVE MR. AND MRS. T. W. MATIIEWS
FEDERATED CHARTITIES COMPLETE WESTERN TInI-
AT BALTIMORE Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mathews ar- .
Miss Marcia Pratt Johnson, secre- rived home yesterday afternoon over
tary of the Patterson Park district of the Atlantic Coast Line after a delightful -
the Federated Charities will shortly three months absence in the
leave the organization to become gen- West. They went to San Franciscoto
L eral secretary of the Associated Char- the Panama-Pacific exposition and

ities of Utica, N. Y. visited many interesting places en
Since September, 1913! Miss John. route. They also! took in the San
IV son has been connected with the local Diego show. After completing thejr Pure Ice CreamMade
charity organization society. She stay in California they went to Colorado
came here from Orlando Fla., takingup Springs Colo., which has an elevation
the work first as a district assistant of 6,000 feet, and ,'isileJ..JDai1)
and then an ft wm-kgf, -111-"training. beautiful and historic places in that
Tor the last l year she has beenIn elate. In Orlando
Phillips charge of the Patterson Turk district +
covering llluhlamltown and M1UAL MUmtAtlti LEAGUE: .
l'nhhm.=UnHlmgf New All member* of the Equal Suffrage.League
are! urged 10 attend the meet
& ROYAL) NKinilllOllM.' ATTKN.TION' tag which will h held at Unity Chap

el' thia morning. at 19( Vteek. The
Funny South Camp No. 1515 will new calendar! ef the League U now Phone 566.666
t meet Wednesday: evening, '730; at ready for distribution
Odd Fellows Hall, Ihliin"u of Iro. *

Sons portance, relative to assessments and Deaconess Harriet Parkhill left 1
dues, to be transacted. yesterday for Tampa where she will
Katherine W. Dennis, recorder. visit relatives and friends.
+

CONCORD PARK L.OIES'ID SKATING RINK

IIhe Concord Park Ladies' Aid So-
Until further notice ladies admittedfree
ciety will meet with Mrs. Morey this at night except special occasions.
morning at nine o'clock to sew. 1.10-13-tfc



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I U YOU TELLS OF MAX ACCIDENTS 'tunate
victim of
SALE railway negligence, You'll) hear a man say "No, it'
The Voice Of FOR WHICH TOWN weltering in his blood, with bone' doesn't pay me to advertise it ap-i Fire InsuranceCOOK
HAS RECEIVED fNDE.SERVED crushed and broken. The A. C. L.airent peals to too small a class of people." 'j|
l : : CREDIT: And jet when the same man loses
The People was promptly notified by the his bunch of keys he rushes to they I -
town officers and
5 acres>, quarter mile from city, half Ily Hon. W. C. requested to notify newspaper with a "Lost" nd, although |
TempleThe the railroad officials and ask for in- he knows that in the whole f'
in !beating budded orango and town of Winter wide world : & BAAS
Park twins to I'truction. The heartless there is only one I Agents
person
"Ho" reply wan to
grapefruit, $1,500.:; Influx Will Ho Slim think that it i M fretting: more than its the clTVct that they had no interest in who cnn possibly! ,be Irtllttorced by his j'
10 acre "('1011" In," :5; ncres In young Orlando, Flu, Oct. 11.I 101.V hair of accidents, for which it I II' not the mutter and the victim ,had better "Lost"! nd. Contradictory Isn't It TI 'I Christ Building

bearing grove; umall house. $:,000., I Editor: Sentinellluppy, the Tourist rvsI|HinUU>. Only recently<< n nick I ba turned over to the county uuthori- I .

10 citrus acres,land rlono' :2 in;acres 8 acre fine extra trucking good) 111111 l con of "l>ox car" louse.,' ha* W"'IIII"IC" to town to consult nI'lij'xiolun 1\11. The. citizens are justly iwlitr- <" tM MMMMiMMMMMnMMA " " " " .
arrived anti predict the "Ito" InJlux who found that she wn nant or<< the cold) bloodi'dne of this ,
land. fCOO.OO.CO will bo slim this year, owing to the suffering from typhoid fever and wax proceeding and it is probable that the
acres, nil fenced, .o cleared small 1
; factories and other industries in the n very kk woman. She therefore, town will join with the victim of the
and grove; t-room house; rood barn North and West opening up. Quite a though: not a resident of Winter Park, accident in order to Ascertain in the c

outbuildniga. A snap at $1,200 Lunch of the endless paths gentry but being without money or friends, courts if a license to a corporationto
40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small 1
have shipped from Canada to join the promptly declared herself aa a de- rob carries with it de facto a license
house, garage and outbuildings pendent on the town for '" '
English army. care and at to murder unrebuked and at I
The land corners on large spring Last summer in the Valley of the tention. Pure humanitarianism therefore will. It is such conduct on the part j '

lake. Very cheap, $1,500. Peaches, way down in Georgia, many unloaded this burden on our tax- of the servants of big corporationswhich Wi 'Jl'; ii
40 acres, unimproved 4 miles out, t
:
payers. ;
notable sons of the rail gathered, and produces anarchy.Mrs. Tfl
-
$1,000. I I
at_ night could be heard the tales of I Shortly afterwards a large family II I w i

the woeful tribe. Peaches were a of helpless young children with their Clara Blanton left Monday for i

City and Country few weeks late gathering, so the bo's widowed mother were put off an A. C.L. Orlando to enter the Seventh Day Adventist -
decided train by the conductor, their
to
give a barbecue and mulli- money sanitorium. She has been ill
Property At War gan in honor of Box Car Casey, who and collateral having become exhausted for a number of weeks under the care
blew in over the Central from Bir- when Winter Park was reached, of Dr. Chowning. Mrs Geo. Warren
Time and the taxpayers of the town
PricesCALL mingham. "Happy" was chosen chair- were accompanied her sister and will' return -
man while Speckled Slim rounded obliged to bear the burden of care
up Wednesday. We do hope for her
the idle cans. Memphis Kid, assisted and transportation for the unfortu- speedy recovery.-New Smyrna
OR PHONE by Ringtail Pete, worked the back nate family to their destination. The Breeze. rush of live steam flood
door trails. The hand-ounts were city officers thought at that time that ---a of
E. C. YoungRoom good, all the the action of the A. C. L. in this mat-
from
way a ham bone to Try a Sentinel want, ad. boiling water and the Varnish
10, McNeill & Davis Block. a newly wed biscuit. Many argumentsarose ter was an imposition on the town, I i
Phone 569. as to the length of time required which feels that it has all that it can wasn't harmedIt
to cook a miillifran. In distrust do to take care of its own cases of
-- -- ---
Happy gave the welcome words: "Go I grief without having any specially
to iU"! In the rush Side-Door Hogan imported for that purpose. For Sale At was VALSPAR

H R. BERRYA swallowed a can opener. I met him When the third case came last weekin
last week in Cincy. He was looking the case of the negro McCutcheon, Your Price
well but had been threatened with the town has decided that patiencehas Finley's Pioneercarries
appendicitis ceased to be a virtue. This man

The many notables that will wend was injured by an A. C. L. train within -
their way to Orlando will be a few hundred feet of the depot one of the largest and best selected stocks of Wall

complete line of Ford Acces- under the spreading oaks quartered near- I where the train was obliged to stop. 10-Room House, Lot 180x200, Paper and Painters' Supplies in Florida, including the

sories the water tank where It is therefore impossible that with whole Valentine line of Automobile and House
; a staff of expert mechanics they can read faces on three streets 2 blocks Varnishes.
the familiar marks or signs of the II the train running at as low a speedas

to render satisfaction in all wandering tribe. Arrangements are it must have been that the engi- from center of City, east side. Contractors for Paper Hanging, Paintingand

lines of to be made for a picnic to be given neer or fireman should not have seen
Automobile
Repair in the near future. Tickets will be I the man on the track, and certainlymust I For Sale at YOUR PRICE. DecoratingCORNER

Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and I placed at conspicuous spots around have seen him before or when PINE AND COURT STREETS Phone 67
J they struck him. And yet the train
Gasoline town. Admission will be fifty cents,
and fair and square was not stopped to ascertain the dam-
payable to Box Car Casey at the jail. I
prices. .. Many notable stunts will be pulledoff. age done to the man but proceededon
Three murders will be committed its way utterly careless and cal- CARL DANN

.. to amuse the crowd, and many lous of the sanctity of human life, allowing -
gutteral lullabies will be sung. For the man to lie uncared for on
further particulars, see happy.Respectfully the railroad right of way for several ORLANDOROOFING
For hours until the morning light discov-
Nine YearsWe MisdirectedHconomy ANL
R. E. FLYNN. ered to a casual passerby the unfor-

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SHEET METAL
have been in business at the VASSAR SEMI-CENTENNIAL EXERCISES CO.

same location, Corner of South I m FINE FOR

Trying to save a few cents by Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Main and Church N. Y. ,
Streets. Poughkeepsie, Oct. 11. having your work handled by in- ,

Phone 226Orlando' Alumnae celebrate commemoration the semi-centennial exercises of the to ACHING KIDNEYS ferior Your hands.personal influence is and Rubber RoofingsCornices

founding of Vassar College by the greatly enhanced when you are Skylights. ,11 Heating IMa
wealthy brewer, Mathew Vassar,were clad in immaculate linen. Ventilating, ;Ceillngs
& Leading Repair Shop held here today. We tat too much meat which, clogs
and GarageRemember This morning addresses were delivered Kidneys, then Back hurts and Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
by three prominent Vassar graduates Bladder bothers you. OrlandoSteam
-Mary A. Jordan, professor of
English at Smith College; Ellen C. !
Most folks forget that the kidney,
Laundry
Semple and Julia C. Lathrop, chief of
like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged
the children's bureau of the United and need a, flushing occasionally, else we FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Ijjt.i "Yours
States department of labor. have backache and dull misery in the LAUNDERERS
In the afternoon there was pre- kidney region, severe headaches rheumatic -
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, PHONE 88
sented by Vassar students the "Pa- sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder dis J .r s
geant of Minerva," a dramatic com- orders. Respectfully"Is
position of their own, in the Vassar You simply must keep your kidneys Best and
active and clean, and the moment you Promptest
That if you spend at out-of-doors theatre. This eveningthe
any money feel an ache or pain in the kidney your stationery of the kind to
the Model Cafe it will be New York Alumnae Associationwill region!, get about four ounces of Jail Auto Livery
,
paid give! a play written by alumnae Salts from any good drug store here, ,. command respect when you '
out in Orlando to our local deal- called "Vassar College Milestones." take a tablespoonful in a glass of water Service
before breakfast for a few days and write the above words at the '
your kidneys will then act fine. This
ers. - ------------- -
famous salts is made from the acid of close of your letter? Our
OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND t f
grapes and lemon juice, combined with 5-PASSENGER
This is the way to build a SURGEONDr. lithia, and is harmless to flush clogged Highland Linen is correct sta-
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
town. Ho well activity. It also neutralizes the acids tionery for correct people but
osteopathic physicianand
In the urine eo it no longer irrita.te.J.thus BUICK! ni
that ;
surgeon announces he has bladder disorders.
returned from Harvard University, ending > sold at moderate price. It really
Our Sunday chicken dinners where he took post graduate work in Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive',
ear nose and throat diseases. makes a delightful: effervescent lithis- :, looks like 50c., but costs only
eye TJ
and those served throughout the water drink which everybody should take I1II1 D D
We call
Also j
physical I anywhere at time
diagnosis (nerves any i: Jl
now and then to keep their kidneys clean, llN
iI 35c. We have
heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis- I i :: a variety of
week all at thus avoiding serious complications.A
the price of 25c.
are cera), and electrotherapy and conta- I i
the best for the money.In ing gious, opposite diseases.San Office Juan, Cheney hotel. build-Tele- Sells lots well-known of Jad Salts local to druggist folks who says believein he Gordon's' Transfer Co bHI1IIII? shapes and sizes.
trouble
overcoming kidney while it.ia I
Office I'
phone: 617; residence 1018. II
rmlv troubln. I
daily receipt- of fresh ovs-. ---- ---- --- I 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 j. w. s. RRANN! ..
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ters. HAULING OF ALL KINDS I THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STOREiftMIMMMilMIMMIiililillllilliiMiMiiMMMilllHMIMIIIII

SKATING RINKLADIES' --- --
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Open day and night.TheModel .

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SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

Cafe -NO INSTRUCTORS.MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT T.: Pipes! .Pipes! Pipes:



Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. '
We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
Cor. South Orange Ave. and
Jackson
St.
best wholesale
r prices. Call on us before buying,
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
it will pay ;you. We will also cut your pipe to

ADMISSION 10 CENTS -. measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

1 work you can save money by having us
i
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cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

"LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor as you can install it yourself.

Better Known aa "Jake the Plumber t . We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Close -

to DeLaney Drug Co. ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amencan"
HAS OPENED A
PLUMBING SHOP : Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

ON WEST PINE STREET JUST Headquarters for Good Smokes. All :i closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order .

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. the leading brands of Cigars j for five years.



and Cigarettes F. Joseph Raehn Co.lam .



Phone 204 J.I D. WOODBECK THE PIPE :MAN !
Manager
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Phone 617
( No. 4 West Pine Sreet

ORLANDC Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Phone 161

r worth Building.

Cement, Agatrtc Plaster and Lime

DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLA'V

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The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW
PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Room 44
Term. Cash in Advance. & SALLAS
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
RATES 20S Boone Street
For One Day _____________25t<<
For Three Day .____-_.___-50c Phone 597.
For Six Days ____-_________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
25 words or less. If the ad con-
DR. N. L. BRYAN
:; tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
i each additional word, for each in- DENTIST
il sertion.If ARCHITECT
you can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, '
For and Little BathersFor counts opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3-
Big payable the following day. Yowell-Duckworth Bldg Florida.

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

b .th in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough to use. The I I I Dr. F. F. Thompson
citation is simple. SURVEYINGPlating
: FOIL SALE
and Sub-Dividing

Heat the Water By Gas FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, Missionary Dentist
IZlondyke and Excelsior PROMPT AND ACCURATE
varieties. Now is the time to set out

1 ther a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater till assui. you of having the required supy '!plants.Parramore Inquire street J.and II.Granve Gould,avenue South WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no trying or Box 321. 10-12-12t HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool' a bath. The scores of uses
for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible all seasons of the year. : FOR SALE-Nice young fig trees; Engineer
big purple kind; plant them now. F -
Also, one-horse cultivator, new, for
f half price. 208 E. Robinson avenue. 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.
10-10-Gt* : ,

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, Phone 72 .

furnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
GAS DEPARTMENT have to offer before you buy or Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. 1.. H. RAMSDELI.OPIoMETRIST
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine
V street or 312 Broadway. Phone 17i:).
.. 10-8-dw-lmo and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE

,
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE
condition. Write Box 567. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OP
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ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAJ.REPAmKG

FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully
equipped. 416 Revere street, Con- -
cord Park. 10-5-12t WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
or rent your city and county headquarters for all kinds of
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; property. Call and see us. Geo. T. bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE [ [ porches heating plant; is modern 10-5-1moc 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, 10-10-tfc
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo cabbage, 35c.per 100; 50c. for 200; CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
FLORIDA $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post- limited number of persons. Pleas-
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER paid. Tomato and eggplants, same ant rooms in new home. All modern
price. Large "Favorite" dry land conveniences. Also furnished rooms
Furnished 14 room house, on brick
for Mrs. Gertrude
banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. housekeeping
street, arranged for light housekeep
Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
ing. Splendid location; large lot. 10-5-d&w-tf of Lake Eola. 10-8-1moc
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave.
. I
9-19-3mo BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMESThe
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- BUYERS AND:: SELLERSI "Old Reliable" Big Tree :Man
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract buy, sell, rent, and exchange real will bring in a car of fine palms the
mile from city limits estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., coming week. Any one wishing his
one quarter ;
fruit Trees in fine condition the lowest 30 Have handled
at very very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- over years. over services and experience will please
poses. 1100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 20000000. Call and see me. drop him a card at once, and he will
.. .. .. 6-9-tf 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. call to see you and make you hard
prices .. .. :. .. time prices. For reference see the
FOR RENT NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Parson palms at 411 North Orange!': avenue,
Browns, and tangerines; rough j l I set out five years ago. J. H. Mooney,
FOR RENT-Furnished flat of three lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from I Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
rooms, bath electric lights, etc. 210 Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale
Palmetto street, near Presbyterian cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
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church. 10-12-6t Fla., Route 2. 9-23-lmoc

McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
WILL RENT four rooms for housekeeping Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by
furnished to and wife. S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring
Send for List and lowest man
today Catalog Description
Call at C. Ackre's grocery store, Con- Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. FOR
Magruder, number 583-R.
cord Park. 10-7-6t
prices, to the above address 1-9-30-lmoc Caruthers FlowersLeave
FOR RENT-A good ten room house,
with modern conveniences central_ Umbrellas 'ocovered and repaired
ly located; just the thing for boarding "while you wait." Young's Repair your orders here
house; located in a prosperousand Shop, 21 E. Pine St.YOUNG'S .
growing town; business room on
'lillMIMiMMIMilMMMIItinMilllMMIIIIIMMICMIMinillllMIIMMMIIM, I ground__floor, 22-00.: Apply to W.: L. REPAIR SHOP-has Installed
Story, Winter Garden, t'ia. tf-30-tlc\ I I I an outside service depart-- ..Violet Dell Florist.

ment and is prepared to give
I RACKARD'S Circle you
j PRESSING CLUB FOR II-XT-lIou'e on Lucerne -
I Located in the Arcade Building furnished or unfurnished, b) tent prompt man attention.who will We fit have keys a,compe-repair J. &1. CARUTI1ERS
the month with
,
or
season year par
: All work guaranteed and neatly your trunk, or do anything in the repair -
age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply Phone 609. 408 South Lk St.
line is
FOR SALEWill don Our work I Is the best to J. F. Watkins.21lmoc call lie ready to go at your
now. Just phone 301
and\ our prices are the lowest. tf-12-lmoe
FOR RENT--IIy the month,
season!
:This is the place to have
yourI or year, one upstairs flat for lighthousekeeping
i I "d clothes made new. : also other room, and TYPEWRITERS: : and Cash Registers
rubbed: and pressed..75c.: garage, electric lights, and 'bath in repaired; keys fitted; lock repaired
offer for sale for a few days. !'Stilt dry cleaned, pressed..r.Oc.I hou..". Apply 300 Knit: Conc< rd ntt.l0.ttc \. our line.!; anything Just phone in the 301 repair> Younir'line U. CLINT BASS

) I pressed! ......._._..-10c. Hepnir Shop, and our man will mil" I'lIONE S7S
the property corner Orange Avenue, All 1'alm Beaches scrubbedand 1 LOST==Setter Jog! lnit :3 years old: at no"". {0-12-ltnuc) West Jefferson Street

pressed .........___50c nn\r to name (>f Spot. : light tan i
Jackson and Boone Streets known and whit) culur. lInt l disappeared WANTED
as Succittor to
Mohair suits
pressed ..____23c.We : al l"uut October lt. Reward for re.
the skating rink for $26,000. do Indies' work nlso. Give turn to p. T. I'eel, II. F. F. 1. WANTED stenographic position Hand Wood
property, us a trial and be convinced. KMO.tUc; by a S. S. C. graduate. Address CompanyWood
Clothes called for and delivered. 311 W. Church street. lo.lU.3tc: '
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year LOST-\ small pink cameo brooch. of All Kinds
Phone
613.
on September 33, Liberal reward WANTED-An apartment or bungalow *
and interest at six cent.C.A.HOVEY. -- - - for return to Sentinel office. of 5 rooms, furnished, by the PROMPT SERVICE
per I LOANS 10-12-Stc month; must be clean, attractive, and
If you wish to buy, build, or repair !best location. Write full particulars.M. REASONABLE PRICE
.
your house. we are making some city LAWN MOWERS sharpened and A. C., care Sentinel. 10-12-3tc I
loans. A. B. Cook & Co. Orlando. I repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
l-10-12te Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc WANTED-Position as chauffeur; I "
thoroughly experienced; can do re.
SLAUGHTER SALE :NOTICEI : pair work and can furnish good ref A. B. Cook & Co.
Buy your wan paper cheap for the erence. Address Mr. R. S. Pifer, .
next few days. Making room for our will not be responsible: for any Taft, Fla. 10-10-6te
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer debt made by Mrs. R .G. Taylor. Christ Building, Orlando.
Store. Court street; Phone 67. (Signed) R. G. TAYLOR. WANTED-To all kinds of property
9-5-tfe. MO-8-St- for sale or rent. I am having I
I manp applications for houses, fur-
- New crop onion sets just arrived, The Bon Ton Millinery Store will nished and unfurnished. I will be INVESTMENTS, LOANS
i Bermuda Danvera and Silver Skin. I hold their fal* opening Thursday, Oct. glad to list what you have. Mrs.
Try Sentinel Want Ad Full line garden field and flower 14th. Will display pattern hats, untrimmed -: H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. STOCKS AND
a I seeds. Dean the Seed and Drug Man, hats children's hats. No. 5. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo
t prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc East Church street. l-10-12-3t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.J.t"t.I"l



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL I . . IIMMMiilinMiMMilMMMMM''

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Get jour next shIne at the Stand. F
ard. l lS-21-tf

Miss Carrie Hamilton U spending
today in Tampa with friends. .,
Travel in Panamaand

everywhere' on American UnUoay, U nimpJfSid: by "A.B.A." Cull ut V. Hajluriun's and see the
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash and they are new clothes pressing machine.
accepted like currency by strangers, wbere a check or draft would MO-12-Ctc .
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques The Allies .
are safl-idantifyins. We recommend them to all who travel, for )Ir. I U. G. McKay is back from a
business or pleasure. business trip to Memphis, Tenn.

The State Bank of Orlando
Go to Francisco's for Bear (Head of this institution
Bananas. )1-10-13-Ct are

Mr. P. L. Starbird, one of Apopka's
leading and substantial business men,
was in Orlando yesterday transacting Courtesy to everyone;

business. Liberality to worthy customers;

How much did you save last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks 8-12-tf Loyalty to Community Wellfare;

Dr. R. F. Hotard, one of Winter Efficiency in every department;
Park's popular and successful physicians -
was among the out of town Stability assured by Govern-
visitors to Orlando jesterday.
ment Supervision.and .

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for SOc.: 828tfcCol.

and Mrs. F. X. Schuller were these are increasing with irresistable
the Orlandoites returning '
among
home last evening over the Coast force the business of

Line from an extended visit to the
States.
-'-
-
Fish and oysters received daily. :
1L.M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc

Mrs. F. S. Gilbert- and Mrs. Geo. : The Peoples National Bank

Dunn came up from Kissimmee yesterday -
morning to Visit Mrs Joe
tabyi Jr., at hef home 409 ttoohe Enlist with us!

etreeU i it
-==a
filfth.lafd t Uftlbef i shop is sanitary
I HUPMOBILB"Where I 18-U.lf
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Mr tl!. Ct I'flHin left I i:@st@rddy! ift@rnouf =
for l''ort Myer where he will

have {'n fltI of A force of men puk( :
there's ing and packing fruit fof Mr, A4.

life there's Hupp"J. Nye, of this city "_'_ !!!II_ !I_! I I_'_ '-I I I II_ _I I!II_ I.! !...._ ._ _...!.._! ...! ._ !!!!._. _,." . . ,...
""""""'"
Go to Francisco's for Bear Head '.MMMMIMMM '... .. ..... .... ....... ...... MMMMMMMM *
.- bananas; l I-tO.U-6t*

Miss Emma JIainer returned home
J. P. HOLBROOK
Dealer yesterday afternoon over the Coast
Line from Asheville, N. C., where she
has been enjoying several weeks in
I
the Land of the Sky.V. .


Baylarian has a blotter for FORD ROADSTER
everybody that calls at his store.
l-10-12-6tc

Mr. J. E. Phipps, commercial agentof
and Davis
Practically
Gray
new.
the Mobile & Ohio railroad, with
headquarters in Jacksonville, was
r&u/ among the well known transportationmen Self Starter. Bargain.
> spending yesterday in Orlando.

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

Mr. and! Mrs. G. T. Sawyer and San Juan
Garage Company jj
"New Ford Home"About baby, and! Mrs. Fannie Sawyer, ar.rived :
in Orlando yesterday afternoon :
from Chicago, and will be located for I
October 20th, I expect to move into the season at 420 South Lake street. : Orlando-Daytona '

,
my new building on South Orange A>'e. -
J'tf
Go to Francisco's for Rear Head :
I will carry a complete line of everything Bananas. 1-10.13-Ct ,'
-
needed by "Ford Owners. Mr. W. II. Scofield and sister Miss ,
Mary R., arrived in Orlando yesterday :
"I'OKD SERVICE FOR FORD OWNERS"F. morning from Winter Haven and '
alP visiting Mrs. L. G. Starbuck at

her home, 15 East Livingston avenue -
G. RUSH . . . . .. . . . .' 111111111

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Smith Mrs., A.arrived G. Cornock in Orlando and Mrs.yesterday F. L. Who Will Be Your Executor?

afternoon and motored to Apopka

where they have recently purchased ANSWER XO. 2
property and where they will spend
-- - the season. Your estate may be materially impaired as a
--
direct result of the appointment of an executor tt ,
....
.11111.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Diamonds'
and or trustee. '
Deposit your Savings Checks et _
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for When an individual is appointedThe :-
8-12-tI
/ou.
financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
Dr. George Porter and sister, Miss
is usually provided in wills that the person's
Elizabeth, who have spent the sum-
nominated to sene as executor shall be excused ?. .r
mer in Manchester, N. IL, will returnto
from giving bonds.
Orlando next Sunday, and again e
occupy their home, 403 Magnolia ave- When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex
-- hue pen e of the estate and then only partial secu ,

Diamond! the white tit)' against loss is provided
pure ,
snappy jitney
Ride bus, fc. Whets a trust Company is selected! t=
sparkling )new It's A pleasure to look t rf-iB-tf
ht the kind It's a satisfaction!!' td ---==a The positive!; advantage$ of strong!: financial feppehslbility -
own In after )'eari!, hat's the! kind Mr: M M. l', with a force 6fphkef U eeeufed\ ,

lit illrittwii.l \ve hase ,U for )'eat! orstt'p t; and t'srkera' left \'fever *- A btmd whkh hag behind. it the entire financial l '
I'Mk' and the only kiml to buy, ,roil| t t@rl y the tot.*t Line for PMIM( ; strength ef the InaMutiwn\ U!! always filed with
Nltpil, it\ @'lIm :*: to prh'e, we knew our pn the ttdst: : I'oashere: they will I l-e the! I'f&taie\ fourt' @i' pro dial le the e-tate, ?:
Jtfi i are as low ,tie, any $U re in the @ngogoil l in putting yJt fruit for Mr ?
Htal@ Answer No 3 1 will appear( in apf suhsoqu@nt ISI Y@
\ J. Nye, of this pity
this newspaper.

HOW much did you Ian f last month
n. cash or Havings Checks 8-12-tf:
I y--- - Come 'in any time and. freely ask for further t
Friday, the lath, the Woman's : information on this vitally important subject, y : 3 t
Exchange I : will open to the public You are always welcome, and our offices are always
Borland will be
where Miss pleasedto
greet both the old and new eus- : glad to advise,
T: EVANS tomers. Fresh home baked bread and .
cake on Saturday, 16th. l-10-13-2t :
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBuekiiiaster :
JEWELER

& Briiiidage!! Orlando Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still : Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

. .t Kirksville, Mo. :
lir-- T f> .W h. - - .. . 132 S. Orange Are., above People} t
National Bank. Phone 67$. 'I"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII'llllw.'I.cal'I"18111',1111 11111111111111.1. /t



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