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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 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00534
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA TH1'ISDAY, OCTOBER 11, l'J15. NUMBER: 210.

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BULGARIA IS TWELFTH NATION AT WAR ;






RUSSIAN SUCCESSES AFFECTS BALKANS




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BUL(;.1111.1 DECLARES WAR Guatemala Is IniRevolt Boston Wins

ON SERBIA, s.\YS I BRITISH SUBS IN1 ZEPPELIN AGAIN ,(! HEAVY RAIN LAST


PARIS I I World's Rag



MAKES TWELFTH NATION AT WAR BALTIC TIE UP t I FIGHTING IS IN PROGRESS i RAIDS LONDON ('HAnnl"T THREE() jE NIGHT CAUSES


AT SEVERAL RUNS TRIPLE AND

Russian Successes May have a POINTS SIX SINGLES

Tremendous Effect on the TRAFFIC SIX DEAD DAMAGECIIUUCII

Situation in the Small Army Has Crossed, River Hooper's Circuit Smash in the

From the Mexican Stateof Ninth Inning Won Cham-
Balkans SWEDEN-GERMAN TRADEIS AND 31 INJURED, SAYS A STREET STORES
Chiapas; All Were pionship Title for the
ABSOLUTELY BRIEF BULLETIN FROM MANINCIIES'OF
has declared Exiles Bostonians
London, Oct. 13.-Bulgaria -

war on Serbia, says a Central PARALYZED LONDON WATER

News dispatch from Pans. New Orleans, Oct. 13.-A revolu- Philadelphia, Oct. 13.-Hooper

The decision of Bulgaria, twelfth tion has broken out in Guatemala, ac- picked out one of the port side offerings

nation to enter the war, to join the 5 SHIPS ARE SUNK IN 24 HOURS cording to reports received at New GERMANS ARE IN A TERRIFIC DRIVETry of Pitcher Rixey in the ninth inning DAMAGE THROUGHOUT FLORIDAIs F I D

ranks of the belligerents on the side Orleans today by the Guatemalan of this afternoon's game, swungat

of Austria and Turkey was junta of the "revolutionary committee -- it and the world series of 1915 became -
Germany Another German Steamer Goes to Oust French From the Expected as Result of Tor-
reached only after a diplomatic battle ," and fighting is in progress in the a thing of the past. Hooper'sswing

waged for months between represent- Down-Activity in Baltic Guatemala states of San Marcos, Trenches Gained in Great sent the ball into the bleachersin rent; Number of Inches of

atives of the Teutonic allies and the a New British Huehuetango, and Petena, according I Offensive of a Few right center, giving the game to Rain Makes It Heaviestof

quadruple entente. Each side offered to the reports, and it is said an army Boston by a count of :5 to 4, and make
Weeks Ago Season
tempting inducements in an effort to Coup of 1,700 men commanded by exiled ing their fourth victory in a row and

Guatemalans have crossed the river I the Red Sox battlers ,the large
gain another ally, but the Bulgarian Stockholm, Oct. 13.-Activity of + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + giving Several inches of rain fell last nightin
decided the Suchiate from the Mexican state of end of the world series purse and the
government finally cen- British submarines in the southern I + LONDON RAIDED BY ZEI'I'S + the heaviest rain of the season. It
tral had made the higher bid Chiapas.U. baseball championship of the world
powers Baltic has virtually paralyzed what + + was a veritable deluge and continued
It was Hooper's second circuit
hitherto has been a lively mercantile + BULLETIN: London Oct. 13. + from early in the evening! until early
Important Russian Success S. WILL NOT DELAY CARS smash of the day and the fourth tal-
trade between Sweden and Germany.All + Another Zeppelin raid occurred + this morning. Storm sewers were
VNZA RECOGNITION lied in that extraordinary ball
London, Oct. 13.The report from along the Swedish coast steamers + tonight over London in which six + game overtaxed last night and water stoodon
which the Red Sox and Phillies
Petrograd yesterday of an important have been stopped and submarines + persons were killed and thirtj- + the streets from three to twelve
Washington, Oct. .-The actual staged before 20,306 fans while the
Russian success in Galicia has been frequently have been reported in the I + four injured. + inches deep. Washouts along the
recognition of the Carranza govern-i sun shone down in fury.
confirmed officially General Ivanoff lanes followed by the bigger steam- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + county roads and in ,various parts of
ment in Mexico by the United States The Phillies finally arrived with
has broken the Austro-German front
ships. the city are expected. Reports com-
will be announced Pitcher Fosterto
probably tomorrow. their bats and pounded
along the Stripa, taking 2,000 prisoners Within the last 24 hours five ves- Germans Blow Up; French Trenches ing in from points around indicate
It is believed this government got in all sections of the lot, but the pityof
and a number of guns. If the sels have been sunk. They were the that Florida generally has suffered
touch diplomatically again with Mexico : London, Oct. 13.The Germans to- it from the Phillies fans' viewpointis
Russian victory is as definite as indi- Lulea, Germania, Nicodemia, Gutrune, and day may bring reports of serious
yesterday at a conference held by day after delivering a series of sledge that Moran made a fatal error by
cated by the official announcement, and one other whose name is not washouts to railroad tracks, bridges
Lansing and Arredondo, Carranza'sconfidential sending in two twirlers who proved
the Austrians may be compelled to krtown. The Germania was chased hummer-like blow's against the French telegraph, telephone and electric, light
agent at Washington. unreliable. If Moran had sent Alex-
fall back on Lemberg. Such a retreat ashore and shot at by the submarine front between Angres and Neuville, poles.
The attitude of the state department ander to the mound the Phillies un-
would be certain to have considerable E-19. When the crew returned after in Artois On Church street last night water
succeeded in
capturing a
today is that the United States will doubtedly would have won, because no
moral effect in the Balkans, where the the stood
hastily abandoning steamer it was to a depth of three inches in
not delay recognition, even if Mexico portion of the French trenches in the aggregation of ball players ever belt-
continued neutrality of several states found she had been boarded by the Colver &. Williams', a real flood was
City falls into the hands of Vilhstas Givenchy woods. It this ed Alexander for three home runs, a
was on sec-
l is believed to be due largely to Russian British sailors and partly demolished sweeping through Hart's meat shop,
In the Dvinsk The department pointed out that tiort of the front that the French triple and six singles in one game,
reverses. region by dynamite. and very few of the stores along that
the Mexican of Diaz and short of that number of
governments made their great gain and drive last and nothing
desperate but indecisive fighting con- street escaped some damage. Watei
Juarez recognized althoughthe month. hits would have the
were long won game
tinues, with the offensive shifting fre- British Get Another leaked through faulty roofs aod down
} did not hold Mexico Citj The Heavy forces the today for the Red Sox.
were employed
bj
quently from one side to the other. Copenhagen, via London, Oct. 13.- chimneys, ruining goods piled againstthe
state department received advices to- Germans and vital
Another German steamship has been every point on the walls or laid the floors. The ,
upon
N. ORANGE \ENUE CLOSED TO
day that several of ViUa's generalshad line was attacked The trenches
cap-
Germans Repulsed destroyed in the British submarine TRAFFIC rain came down in torrents up to mid-

Paris, Oct. 13.The Germans last campaign in the Baltic, undertaken to deserted him. Arredondo gave tured were literally plowed up by the night and traffic was next to impossible -
out a bulletin tonight which says: shell fire from the heavy With
evening attacked the French positionsnear prevent Germany from receiving supplies guns. Because of the work being! done on Officer Broom called for assist-
"The territory admittedly under the the of those i
trenches
Souchez, according to the Frenchwar from Scandinavia. The German exception torn the sewerage system on North Orange |I ance as midnight drew near and the
Villista control is rapidly contractingand the Paris official
office announcement today, and steamer Walter Leonhardt, 1,021 tons up statement says avenue that thoroughfare will torrents continued, believing that the
Villa, even if he is willing to put the French line held ever where. :
were everywhere repulsed. gross, was blown up and sunk yesterday ) be closed between :Marks street and storm weather would give prowlersa
up a fight lifter his withdrawal into The German attacks centered in
by a British submarine after a Colonial Drive for the next few da}!. good opportunity to break into and
t Sonora, will find it difficult to prolonga patch of woods east of the Souchez-
Foreign Minister Resigns her crew had been permitted to taketo Traffic it being diverted o"erlaK: enter residences and stores
combat by reason of his lack of sup- Angres road at the "corners" of the
Paris, Oct. 13.-Foreign Minister< the boats. nolia nvenue.PRESBYTERIAN'S. Many person said the rain was the
plie*. The actual square mileage, of five roads on the Vimy Ridge and
Deleave! resigned today. His resignation I heaviest and longest in point of duration -
territory now controlled by the con against a email fort which the French
wn accepted. His continuedill stitutionalist government exceeds i>0 captured from the Germans in the I that Orlando had experienced in
health has given serious concernto ]10 O DESOTO CO. BOOSTERS PASTOR recent jcnrs.
per cent. of the area of the republic"1)ispatches Givenchy woods.SHIPPING .
his friends, raising the question to Arredondo say that I Z. Spinks, of Ococe, who arrived in

whether hit strength would permit Orlando lute last night, stated that
About meventy-flve boosters from Cnrranrn will visit Mcridin, the capital : HILL I HJIir: I FOU( CON- The rrci..btcrinn church of Orlando
tho burden of his the between (Orlando and that
him longer to carry I country
0 DeSoto) county arrived in Orlando yesterday of the state of Yucatan, and other GIM.sSIndiannpnlix :; has called iUv. T. McConnell; DD. town flooded with He
was water
lssltlon.
I
"th'rIlOtfUlld were entertained l important cities of the republic before I ., ,predicted u great amount of
Clt1tN.AII.I.. MAKK Sllltl'B1'Tpmpico : fur half un hour by u special Hoard making "hi formal "'lItrlllleIII.? ... Ind, Oct 11.: -Secretary pastor of the church during the* illness damage would bo dune to grower and

of Trade eommitUe. Later they tie, the national uipltiil"MM' of the 'I'n'lUluryIcidllo: made it of Dr Sttitrir 1'r' Mtonnell:
truck farmer u* u result of the unseasonable >
parted for KuotU: ,' tiny \\viv to plain in n significant speech nt the
Oct. 11: Following. his come in this city most highly: morn- storm. Mr.
: Sjiink was fll
( OMMini.i: : MhiilNiThe "': :
enlbustastlc reception on hill arrival have spent tho niuht. After touring chamber of commerce here tonight mended a pastor and pulpit orator route to Philadelphia.
than section! they will printed west committee of the that the administration at Washing
with special map : Before coming to illiumhhurg n coU'
here hum \ ('rlCruz to confer The A. C. L, tiuiiitf were running
and) *southwest arriving at their \ntral I loridu Highway Association! ton piopoe to renew Its fight for thl'IIII1I1I3&,0 plo of since, he wu for three
()lhn' un, hill chief of military opera.lions. years on Mehdule time up to early thu
declared that home later this: week.A i IA to meet in Orlando today. :\1. :M. : of the shipping bill that wna pastor of Westminster church
Carranzu todiy yean morning, but it was stated that a
special Hoard of Trade commit Smith H chairman of this important defeated by last Iil'lIlIion.
ho will\ start in company with Obre- congress in Omaha, Nebraska, where he wa great amount of water stood on the
Uo nut the tourists and) escorted 'ommltUeIItadiunrttrH. The speech wnsi devoted wholly to this
of ( successful in his work. The delicate -
gon piobubl on I Friday for a tour very track near Lakeland and at :Sanfonl;
them into Orlando They were then proposition, and outlined the adminis-
health of his wife caused him to
at) the northern flute of Mexitn: now However, there wu little damage to
under the control of the constitution- taken to the \oweill.Duckworth Roof ] for nil the latest tration' policy in regard to upbuilding resign the Omaha pastorate and seeka the tracks and traffic was not hindered -

alists. da; rdi n where light refreshment IIIUMI, turning! every da). Curtis & of tho navy and the 'betterment milder climate, which change! has to extent. This not

were served They were generally O'Neal) book and music store.C.A.Boone I lof national defenses greatly! benefited' :Mr. McConnell.: be the case any in other lIedions.1lcCra'ken' may.
pleased with Orlando and all of them -====-- -_--=- ==-: -= --- ---r-- in the
DKUII or AN INFANTKlizuheth !Dr.) :McConnell will remain was also flooded with
regretted they Were unable to remainfor anti preach at both services. next
city
Is Back Found water but no damage resulted.A .
: Pounds three year old longer time. The IrrepressibleEd. ; Many hubbuth and onIon"ny: morning: will call from San ford last night re.suited .

:Mrs. \\ illPounds : Scott of Arcadia, A. J. Hohsorthy return to Virginia to pack his household ,
Daughter! of Mr. and in the tending out of a section
died yesterday at the parents of lakeland, Lcurgus Burn of \\ in. New Relatives In North Carolina good and hip them to Orlando.A new to run ahead) of the 12:31: passenger

ter Haven, and many other pioneer all he can close his workin
home cast of Orlando. :Mr. noon up train as water stood on the

Pounds formerly lived in Orlando. good road booster were on deck and -- Williamsburg where he has been I tracks for two mile this side of Sun-

The funeral services! will be held from talking "good road us though it C. A. Boone. one of Orlando's oldest Asheville I ill capital) and during that acting: a*! president of n girls' school,

' the home of J. I' Pound, at Ocoee, were an entirely<< new ubject The pioneers, and city tax assessor I time it fei-nud that many new relu he will return to Orlando with his ford.Officer Broom railed many ,persons

this morning at 11 o'clock. The Sentinel party i is following the route of the and) collector, following u month' lives had grown up to bid him wel. family and assume active work in the to the ]business district lout night mid
the be- west brunch of the Dixie highway and I come. chureh He hope to be here the first
extend sympathy to Asheville his prompt action no doubt resulted
and
stay
Uajncxville
looking forward to the time when the .
"The fair and picnic at in November.Dr.
rimed 1Vsynes.vine Sunday in the saving of many hundred of
partnts.PEACE
entire highway will be bricked from other point In North Carolina, has ," aid! Mr. Boon, "wa attended ) ;McConnell i II n Canadian by dollars to the merchant

north to south. They were greatly returned to the City Beautiful bring bv' people from fifty mile around. I birth and a graduate of the famous

APPEAL BY WOMEN impressed with Orange count)"'* ]brick ing with him a severe cold contracted never ate no much in my life-it :McCormick Theological Seminary In

highwii)'*. while homeward bound and pleasant seemed! that I ate all the time while I Chicago. Before going to Omaha he DANN BUilDS 196 HOMES

memories of u comparatively long vacation. was on the trip." was pastor of a prominent church in

Chicago. Oet 13.-A new appeal IU'UTO: RF.CrIM: : : 1IIK: I'KKss::;:; Mr. Boone stated that business conditions Chicago.

for peace, signed by the five women HOPS :Mr. Boone was greeted by nearly in that section of the state Orlando I is glad to welcome men II. Carl Mann, who in the last three

who visited the capital of Europe: ;I every one in Orlando yesterday and wire very gout"!, due to manufacturing like Dr. :McConnell. years has been the cause of having

after attending! the women' peace I Jacksonville, Oet. Jacksonville the city hall wu a mecca for hill interests which were operating: full IM house built in Orlando, 1 becauseof

congress ut The Hague in June, will i III ready to extend the glad hand ot'', friend who came to find out how he blast. Agricultural pursuit form a RETURNS: FROM: BUYING TRIP

t be issued on Friday, Miss Jane Ad welconw to the 300 or more editor li enjoyed the trip, how he Was feeling, large part of the resource of that TO NK\V: YORK his real estate activities, yesterday

e mums, of Hull House, announced to and allied craftsmen who are expected etc., etc. :Mr Boone admitted that he favored section, a tremendous impetus :\Irs. Opal :McKenzie' manager of closed) a deal with George W. Brown

du>, 1h manifesto will be issued to gather in this city tomorrow under never knew he had so many relative being given to this branch of the the ready to wear department of the whereby the latter becomes the owner

simultaneously in Europe: and the the banner of the five auxiliary until he went to an annual picnic at national life in recent jears Yowell-Duckworth company, hal returned of two choice Iota in Colonial) Hill.

United State It was prepared b}' press associations of the state. \\a>'nesMlle. the county seat of Ha}, Incidentally: Boone is pleased to from New York where she has This section ill building 2,000 feet of

the executive committee of the Inter wood count}.. Five hundred relative be back in Orlando despite the lack of been for some time buying. season new streets and laying several hun

national Woman' Peace Party The WILL LAY FOUR INCH \N .VTFRM is the modest estimate :Mr Boone five hundred relatives, but his many stIes in millinery and women' at dred feet of sidewalks. Contractor

signers will I* Miss Addams, Dr .VIN gives to the number of relatives in :i friends who affectionately speak of tire.lrs.. McKenzie was accompa- ieebe[ is building the streets and J. D

Aletta Jacobs. :Mme. Rosiku Sthwim- that section of North Carolina. him as "Dadd)" will' go a long ways nied to New York by :Miss Vivian Long has the contract for the side

mer :Miss Cr'slalI: CMillan, nnd I The Orlando Water and Light corn- It has been seven years since he towards filling the vacancy The city Hassler The Yowell.Duckworth walks. In addition to this sale Mr

Miss Emily Batch. \tfS! Addams pan}' will lay a four inch water mainon had been to his native "State of Bun tax books are really opened now and company are now in a position to Dann has sold several fine lots on

would not say what the manifesto in. Veach street between Bran and combe" (as it was once called, Buncombe may be paid any time. Don't wait show their patrons the very latest Lake Gatlin, one happy purchaser being .

, dudes. Terry streets. now being the county of which until the last minute. fashions. J. D. Long



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railway loath\ of Jacksonville.' \ a small
DAILY (mat tll'HUhOlI| l on (he 8t, John| IIvetn > I Poem For The na yJ|

South Florida SentinelMORNING far Ali J'altak, everything was p

AND WJULY awseping| wilderness, und Orlandu! wall NARCISSUS OXALISWe
10 .\ Sl'KKli,:,: CHARIOT
*, I!, CUSN: . . . . . . ....telU.rW a very mall trading |>oat. In fact,
..
CEntered i: IM.TOS .P..iR. Maaayer ,
there was almost nothing here. Froman Ay, tear her lettered engine down!
at the p oItoffic. at OrUndo. Florid insignificant IlOst j Orlando has pro. Long hay it copped the gilt,
.. Second Claw Mall MmtUr.SUUbCKIfTlON
And bug has paid to nee
the most beautful and many a
into
RATa: greased That motor in a tilt; wish to announce that in addition to our regular Seed Stock, we have added all kind.- of t.
DaU,. 1 Month rear ....,... IS-00 2.60 prosperous inland city of Florida. Beneath it sped the oil-soaked course. Flower Bulbs,-Hyacinths, Tulips, Freesias Narcissus.Oxahs and other bulbs.
D Duly.ily. I S Month ... Lib Pioneers came they had'igo r, And rose the petrol haze-
Daily. 1 Month ..60 strength and determination, and upon The grand old cart would never fall for

Weekly. 1 Year ........ 11.00 them. as much as upon the guiding A jitney pilot's ways. Bulk Garden SeedWe

-ALL- -SUBSCRIPTIONS- -- PAYABLE IN hand of God Orlando's present splen- Her wheels, once tooled by gods of t
ADVANCETO did condition rests. Let us ever honor as.Where ,

the pioneer-years are fleeting and blew the hub tortured the tire have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows,-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, Early
When hub met on steep-
ADVERTISERS
some day when we look back upon banked turns Winningstadt Cabbage Surehead Cabbage Snow Ball Cauliflower Red Wethersfield Onion Seed, White
let *.plmy and all etkti Btad-eet Orlando in 1915 we may want the belching fire Globe Yellow Aberdeen Tur-
Cap .. And ports were Milan: Turnip, White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Turnip, Amber Globe Turnip
tk ba.iawrFSc..f
ad..rtl.I.t .oot ke k de4 id at ... kindly courtesy of youth to ask us a No more shall spurn the well groomed Italian Winter England and Marrofat
UM Sentinel t.later. t. S p. a* nip, Seven Top Turnip, Rape, Rye Barley, Alaska Champion
to lae chanr day kefere*.'publication.contract advertisinc This ml:applies it ii few questions about the olden times, Or know ways the checkered silk. English Peas, Cow Horn TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce, Wood's Cabbage Let-
Tariakle and will be strictly adhered ... or at least be sympathetic and Shall harpies of the streets win fame tuce, Long Danver Carrots, etc.
thoughtful of gray hairs. As ill beseems their ilk? We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get fresh
The Sentinel d&con-
Subscriber deairing a seed.
dnued should notify the office in writing on garden
battered hulk
her
that
better
Oh,
the date of expiration otherwise it will becontinued JAPANESE CORONATION IS NATIONAL
at the regular subscription rate*, Should deck a junk man's dray;
RELIGIOUS
oath notice to stop ia received.Telephon NOT Her high speed heart could not en- .
X....-, .'.................... 14 dure SEAN
Tokio.-You have probably seen a An absence from the fray;
TIIUKSDAY, OCTOBER la. 1913; Give her the goad on the open road
Japanese print or a picture on a fan, Wish her a wayside grave The Drug and Seed Man Proprietor
or at least a willow pattern plate in And spare her this servile bondage ,
Women used to l he called the better
which quaint little men cross toy A jitney jehu's slave.
half. Now they are the whole show. -Author Unknown.
edifices of the
diminutive
bridges to CITY DRUG STORE
D
o
bungalow school of architecture withcurving
The way to find out whether you TEUTONS' LINE PIERCEU
roofs. You knew that it was!
can run a typewriter is not to marry have ORLANDO FLORIDA
Oriental art but as a solid American Petro .-Russian forces
her. you recognized the gulf that divides rei reed the Austro-German line onthe _
--0- art from the everyday of life. It did Stripa river. They have already I r
Columbus I Day and a
Tuesday was not occur to you that the quaintly taken prisoners more than two thousand -
the North
general holiday throughout robed little men whose'! knit suggested men and sixty officers nml have :NOTICr' TO TAXPAYERS OFWINVJR .. .. MIIIIIMIMIMMMMMiMMMMMMMMMMMMCake .
and East. walking on iwmcthinjr lees pliable" cnpturrd four guns nod ten rapid tire\ :' PARK. FLORIDA. \ .

o than leather the toy bridge, the (curl) !gun*. The Russian' advance! Is' '."InltIIU"hl'd - Flour
It ls I utmoKt ttii good! fun to fay $2 Ing! rtKifft. and the N'onh' Ark pln vigorously.I The tno of the town of Winter I
and see a KIKM! |play an to pay| ten photograph .
trees Were HA vmtctillnlly Pnrk, Florida, lire now due nnd way I
2! packages for ,. 'J.'c:)c
tcittn and we th" mime thing! pro. k UN the news {picture you. uw in COOK & HAASEnt bt paid itt the Honk tit'llIh.r Pink! :, : = = =
duci'd! In the inovk' last Sunday' 111I11 r. WlnU-r Park, Flu. \
\ will attend to your flre ln ur- Flour
o Hut Eastern: art U I nothing If not Christ building All who have not yet paid l their Potato
Some gli'U study Hit und! literature wtlUtle. If the Oriental has u U'fl. I4h nee S 17-1 promptly. taxes for the year 11HS) will please ,

und! make iwwta fur thvmiivlve Andother rltmcy It I III 'luck of Imagination cull ut the Hank of Winter Park and 2 packages for _----n-_,_25c;
I
uirU study men and make you discover when you trammel bus{ macAuto pay Rome as noon u* ,assille.C. ] ,,
name for themselven by making the neM or politic with him. Throe LiveryPhone I). POWELL, Tux Collector. +I Samp

men propose.{ quaintne e are photographic of the 10.7'Ctc !

From Sir John Lubbock we take old, or disappearing East. Even to the 032 i i Cc. per lb., 6; lbs for _______23c;
grotesqueness so impossible your J. E. CARTER, Orlando Fla.
this ennobling thought: "You can Western Is but the touch of ex.
see in a shallow\ pool either the mud .aggeration eye which, pitched in another Two Cars in Service for Day or ORLANDO CONCRETE[ [ Toilet PaperFour

lying at the bottom or the image of key, makes a live caricature Night Calls

the blue sky above" The Japanese coronation to which lOc. packages for _____23c;

o the sixty million pairs of eyes of your WORKS Six packages for __________25c;
The man who delivers those long nearest great power neighbor will A. B. Cook & Co. ,
.
orations at the grocery store on the dazzling series of
turn this fall is a
subject of preparedness may be the replicas of that color print. It is the Christ Building, Orlando. 107 LONG STREET Sunshine Cakes, Crackers I

one whose wife is reproaching him for living reconstruction of that immemo

not having acquired any fuel supply rial East which has not changed since Always; fresh and crisp.

for this winter. the summer when Neliuchadnezzar. INVESTMENTS, LOANS WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

o ate grass. I'ut East alongside West STOCKS AND I All classes! of Concrete work .
The proposition to loan money to and you can not but choose the West Concrete Building Blocks -
done. ,
the allies docs not interest the bulk Japan has chosen, and she is a good BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
of the people woh are concerned judge. Hut it is not to be denied that Piers, Walks, Steps Lawn Benches Our Grocery CompanyTwo

merely with how they can borrow the East has staying power. The White Way Posts, Rose

some. forms and symbols rites and ceremonies and Vine Trclices, Fence and Phones: 3 and 2001

o the prayers the sacrifices, which Dressmaking ParlorMiss Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian
The new fall time tables on Rome the emperor of Japan will offer to the Vases of every description, 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
railroads would be more complete if human and
of his ancestors, t
spirits M 1111111If
they would give the time at which one divine and all the gods of heaven and and Bird Fountains. Bring :your

could call up the station and sec how earth on November 10 are those which Margaret R. Hamilton plans and get estimate for concrete -

late the train is. the ancestors to whom he prays of- work. Call and see our

0 fered in their day two thousand years for present located at 407 S. Orange granite and other natural rock I
With the basket ball and football
each to come in for a goodly share of ago. Ave. faced building blocks Plans Meat Market Inc.FULLY
Yancey
made. All work .
and estimates ,
attention here this spring there will MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY t
be only a few to regret the droppingof MEETS guaranteed. PAID UP

the baseball curtain soon. The public and all former T. A. YANCEY. Jr., Pres and Mgr.
o Ohio.-Mayor George W.Shro'er .
Dayton ORLANDO FLORIDA'Wholesale :
Whether Germany is eventually welcomed the delegates to patrons invited to call.

winner or loser in the war and the convention of the American So- $ 2 9 15 and Retail Dealer in Choice

whether the final judgment convicts ciety for Municipal Improvements in .
her military of all the offenses a speech at the Miami hotel. The cityis Florida and Western Meats

charged them, there against will be them no disagreementas or part of hundred given prominent over to entertaining engineers and several other FIELD'SCHOCOLATE new I N G N D u. c c. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

to the exemplification on Ger- men interested in municipal im Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

many's part of a marvellous efficiencyin provements. / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 ..
the things she has set out to do. Engineers of finance general ad- AND RETURN pMnnr \ Residence! 133 Cor. Orange Av.. and Church St.

Nor is it disputed that this efficiency 'ministration, parks and playgrounds,
-whether it indicates good or evil for waterworks, and streets are repre- VANILLA VIA

the people who practice itextendsto sented, besides men interested in
the minutest affairs of civil life as large asphalt plants, new street pav- TUTI FRUTI

well as to the greatest of German ing machines, brick and cement com- GUAVAICE Atlantic Coast Line The bvdarket:

military operations.LET panies and steel companies.In .

o connection with this convention CREAMS. Standard Railroad of the South OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
US EVER HONOR of city managers.
will be a convention POST OFFICE
OPPOSITE
THE PIONEER.The City Manager Henry M. Waite of
Orange County Pioneers' Asso Dayton, is a member of the executive FRESH AND SALT MEATS

ciation will meet at the Fair Grounds committee of both conventions.The AUTO LUNCHESA Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

October 21. Pioneers whether today final sessions will be held Fri- screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
or fifty years hence are the most interesting day. SPECIALTY Extended to NOl:>th on pay* and pure.

class of citizens we have,
ment of $1.00 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
and yet the average young man or HELGRADE: HATTLE RAGES
Line.I.isiI.Self
everything in the Meat .
attention to
little
woman pays very -
Electric Lights
Pullman
Steel
them-they do not always receive the Paris.-Although Belgrade has beet CLUB SANDWICH ..5a11'e ) & Go.
:
attention and courtesy due them by' evacuated, the Matin's: correspondentat Electric Fans :

the younger generation. Nish in a dispatch filed Sunday, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Gray hairs and bent shoulders!, said the fighting continued stubbornly
wrinkled faces and weakened voices, on the hills surrounding the city, a
Orlando Make Our Own Ice Cream. Packed For Information Call on
and
mean the present prosperous some of which had been taken retaken -
the busy, humming Jacksonville, the several times. and Delivered for All W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
boisterous Tampa, and the obstreperous "\rtiller)' on both sides," the tiis- W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

Miami and best of all, progressive patch states "has been firing witioutrespite Occasion Orlando
Florida, the daddy of us all. It's for three days. The Serbs I CHALMERS AGENCYNew

interesting and educative to listen to gained the advantage again this
those men who came to Orlando morning when they captured excellent . MMiMMMMIMIIMIIMilillMIIIMIIIIIIIIIMSelf It

forty-odd" years ago, when Orange I positions near Topcider and drove : Chalmers 6.107 passenger will arrive about the
avenue was a mass of pine trees anda the Germans back on a suburb of Belgrade ,

miserable shack stood where our called Great Vratchar where a Rising Flour :. 20th.
imposing court house now is going on.
present struggle
fierce and Welding.
of
stands. "The invaders threw over ;30,00 : We do all kinds' Repairing

It's a rare treat to hear these men shells on Belgrade, sparing neither While they last, a few 24 pound sacks for 75c.
tell of liquor sold from the barrel; of hospital nor churches. French artillery -
early hardships and how many of took part in the defense of the Our stock of Feeds and Provisions is kept fresh.In .

the "old boys" have gone to their re city. The British with several heavy buying we always specify the best. If we don't 1
ward. It saddens one to have a pio- guns inflicted great losses upon the AUTO \ASHING STATION
neer gaze into space through his office Germans and sank two monitors in get the best we frankly tell you and price the stuff so

names window of the trying living to men recollect or women the the"Near Danube.Ram the Serbians were driven that you can afford to buy it. ;,, I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

who are now in Orlando and who were back with the loss of four Howitzers -
here in the struggling days of Or and several machine guns." e: I PHONE 447
lando's infancy-trying to rememberthe .
The Co-Operative Produce Co. .
who blazed the the Woman
men and women Friday, the 15th .
have him : Exchange will open to the public. -ti
then to say !
way-and one-he is the where Miss Borland will be pleasedto : W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447tlllllimOIIIIIIMttlllMHiMIIHItlllllllllllllll
.r "Only one is left-just greet both the old and new cus- Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsT'HE
only one I can remember. tomers. Fresh home baked bread and
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Wmdermere, Fla., Oct. 12.-:Mr. ;i W. DeLaney Way, local distributor' :
Sidney Whitfield of Auburndale,:I But recently come from Orlando and agent for the Maxwell car, has I' '
disposed of of the models to "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class
one new Tree
spent Friday with Mr.V. G. Geier. Florida, the land of sunshine and
Mr. James Barber, of Kissimmee, 'abundant plenty, J. F. Schumann, the Sheriff Frank Gordon.FOR :

has opened a barber shop at Pape's next speaker, was chuck full of the I ; .
; + '$i Ss" -
store' I I aggressive and constructive spirit of f :;: '. r N a Unless Budded
Mr. W. H. Brokaw and family motored -'"doing things." lIe vividly described SALE -
out to Windermere from Orlan- how citizens of Orlando and other ,
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do last Sunday. i iIrs. I Florida towns capitalized everything, I'' ; : from Bearing
) J. C. Palmer and Mrs. Wm. G. even the sunshine, one metropolitan : S r YsS r

Geier spent Friday in Orlando shop- :!i paper even going so far as to offer 6 acres, quarter mile from city, half ,
pinjr. ,to give away its circulation free in bearing budded orange and :
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and family (gratis for nothing, on every day on grapefruit, $1,500. _. ; trees of a known
and Miss Hall, from Orlando, I which the sun did not shine. At that 110 acres "close in," 5 acres in young A 4. N i /, a I
railed upon Mr. and Mrs J. C. Palmer ,,the paper does not lose any money, bearing grove; small house. $2,000. t r
last Sunday.Mr. 1(I said Mr. Schumann. Mr. Schumann
I 10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good u. Quantity and
J. E. Turner, of the Citrus Exchange -'I has been duly enrolled as one of citrus land 2 acres fine trucking a
in Orlando, was a visitor at i Bloomington's new boosters.-Bloom- land. $600.00.

Rossmore Inn last Thursday. I IIr. .I ington (Ind.) World. 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small
:\ and :Mrs.: DeLarmy Page spent The above item relative to a meet- grove; 4-room house; good barn y Quality of Pro-
Sunday in Orlando the guests of :Mr.ing; of the chamber of commerce, in and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200
and Mrs. I. Pace. I will be
I Bloomington interesting to 40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small
Mr. A. A. Reaves and Mr. Bray, the many friends of Mr. Schumann in house, garage and outbuildings. duction.--O.W.
with their families, have moved here this section.
The land
corners on large spring
from Winter Garden, and
are occupy.
lake. Very cheap, $1,500.
ing the club house.
NOVEL MEANS OF SAVING 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, Conner.
Mrs. C. E. Strong,of Orlando,spent MONEY
FOR CHRISTMAST. $1,000.
Thursday with her husband who is inspecting .
the orange groves around Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
H. Evans, jeweler, is mailing to
Windermere. City and Country grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
his patrons small envelopes which
Miss Nora James, Miss Mary Hyer,
will hold nickels, dimes or quarters.
Mr. Lawrence Lawton and Mr. Leon Property At War
"Join Our Christmas Club" is the idea
Fleming were guests of :Mr.: and Mrs.
H. C. Luff last Sunday, motoring out behind the envelope, and a statementis Time PricesCALL Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
: "We will add ten cent. to
per
from Orlando.Mr. dollar credited to account NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
every
:: and :Mrs.: T. Hurlburt. Miss before December first." your The methodis nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
Helen Hurlburt and Mr. Gerald Hurl- OR PHONE
novel and will doubtless by planting trees as they in nurseries to call for DEMAND -
a one result are grown our began yes,
burt, of Orlando, with their guest, E. C.
Mr. John Day, of New York, were in the saving of many dollars YoungRoom trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

visitors at Rossmore Inn last Sun which will go into a present at Evans'store 10, McNeill & Davis Block. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
this fall and winter.
day.Mr. Phone 569. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

: and Mrs. C. E. Brigham, of, trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
Wauseon, Ohio, and Mrs. Jennie Scott,
of Toledo, have arrived in Winder- interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
time and to bring it into bearing.
for the winter. money
mere They are staying -
at Rossmore Inn, pending the Hammond & GoreFUNERAL Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone,but buy your trees where

opening of their home. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
-
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal : proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

Guests registering at the San Juan Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

hotel yesterday included; S. Dudley, Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
Sampson Levy, New Orleans C. A. Values Low Prices
; work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
VanDugee, Cairo, Ga.; J. M. Malibar,
Louisville; C. C. Hudson, Daytona; COMPARE jray, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

P. T. Throop, Nashville; W. J. Ed. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

wards, Ocala; C. A. Marsh, Clermont; OUR FURNITUREWe
John Smith Kalamazoo: ; F. J, Ryan,
E. H. Dunker, Jos. Slaton, New York;
John M. Flynn, Philadelphia; :: provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
Smith, G. Z. Phillips, Ed. Outlaw. F. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
M. Knight, W. M. Coble Jacksonville; an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

F. W. Parsons, L. P. Stock, B. Land, can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
Jr., S. H. Kirkland, C. W. lIu gins. stones of this business and that means much to any buyer. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

A. O. :Martin: H. G. Harden, W. A. i

Fulwiler, H. B. Goodrich. V. V. G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
Sharpe, F. S. Hatzfield.: Tampa; W. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK ,
4 C. Fussell, :Maitland: ; C. :M.: Derr, Bal-

timore; H. Wertheim, Atlanta. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida r

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


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


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



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

the DerbyThe Fall Blocks are built on lines that.

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

%% ed." The varying models a becoming
and
assume $2.50 $3.00 $3.50
,
effect for every man, Priced up.






NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODSCREPE


DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, large selection GABARDINE, 48 inches wide, very popular, in all CHARMINE, a beautiful lustrous silk in black and

of new shades to choose from. . . . .. .. . .$1.30 the wanted shades .. .. ... . . . . . . . .$1.50 white, 40 inches wide eo..eo - . . . . . . .$2.25

BROAD CLOTHS, Chiffon Finish, 54 inches wide,

PLAID SILKS, large line, all the newest combinations SHEPHERD CHECKS, all sizes; these are very. .. sponged and shrunk, $2.00, $1.75 and . . . .$1.50

good this season, $2.25, $2.00, $1.25 and - . .90c
24 and 36 inches, and priced at $1.75 FRENCH SERGE, 54 inches wide, black and navy

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

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

36 inches wide, $1.50, $1.25: and . . . . . . .$1.00 beautiful soft finish, in all the wanted shades. .$1.50 extra value . .. .. . . . . .. . . . . . .75c





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CHANGES IN BOYKIN HOUSEWork I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
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will commence next week on \ SURGEONDr.
a number of changes and improvements -

which :Mrs.: E. W. Boykin is Howell, osteopathic physicianand
Winter Park News planning for'her popular Park avenue surgeon, announces that he has To Bear
Ready
boarding house, before the formal returned from Harvard University,
where he took post graduate work in
opening for the season which she will eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
hold the first of November. The tele- Also physical diagnosis (nerves
phon"e exchange is to be removed to heart, lungs, kidneys and other visceral -
and electrotherapy and contagious -
the Galloway residence thus giving; J diseases. Office Cheney building -
01 Items
Daily Budget ConcerningThe
additional space. The entire houseis opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
to be refurnished. phone: Office 617; residence 1018.
Town And Rollins College Distinctive Styles and Match-
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STUDIO IS FEATURE OF DR.
HANCHETTS NEWRESIDENCE less Values in

SIEWEKT STUDIO READY FOR PLEASED WITH WINTER PARK
BUSINESS GOLF LINKS
Yesterday was the opening day of R. B. Scott, lately of Toronto Canada The new house that Dr. Henry Han- RememberThat
the Siewert photographic studio in the but who recently leased the Mrs. chett is building at No. 107 America Suits Coats
new Schultz building and since it is John T. Fuller residence on Lucerne street is now sufficiently advanced to ,
the first studio in Winter Park, it will Circle, Orlando, paid a visit to Win- show the proportions of the large
doubtless fill a long felt want. ter Park some days ago and under studio which is likely to be the centerof if you spend any money at
The studio is modernly arrangedand the guidance of U. A. Bradshaw was much musical activity this winter. Etc., At This StoreHave
embodies the crystallized experience shown over the Country Club and golf The room is suitable for giving; with the :Model: Cafe it will be paid

of a quarter of a century in photography courses. good effect. some of the analytical out in Orlando to our local deal-
since Mr. Siewert who Mr. Scott expressed himself as being piano recitals and Beethoven readings
planned it, began; his photographiccareer delighted with the two courses which have been the means of win- ers.
on the Pacific coast more than and intimated that had he not already ning for Dr. Hanchett his splendid YOU seen the Ready-to-

twenty-five years ago. I settled in Orlando, the attraction of reputation as a musical educator. This is the way to build a to-i. Wear that ig i the subject of so
The light room or studio! proper, these courses would have made him Such recitals reveal the meaning and -
receives its illumination\ through: a choose a residence in Winter Park beauty of music with hew clearness! town. i \ much comment ? With styles
l large; window constructed of plate He was much interested in learning and force and hale. been fated 1 by
glass; panels! *>nJ as it whole the whether his iesidenre in Orlando several editors various parts of the Our Sunday chicken dinners well established' your choosing

ptftce iFprepents' more the den of it Would debar him from membership ih country It!" the \ei-y finest': educationalntlMenl tho ) now will bo done from the lurg-
niul thupo nerved
lnu,, =li iiitl't limn the iegulalinh\ |photo' the local Country Club, !; Httrtim ever hettrtl in their te.ppet'the thruuBhout (
tll'Pl"ittht| loom i-Hleo! We hri\e been permit; week, nil lit the iti'k'O) of U."c:; ,, err' rst mull bent! itnuortmenln.! N f'\\'
'('IIf' ttnik tiMtiit\* HIP Fl1l1tlllYl t'.lIa. 'mii.t.iNM' (niitii; ; '1It.\'It.l1i; <; tt'11 l tn tend I piee! iini"lii| | to tint! ef- sit' it,11ents; \ hit\e\ boon rocohod i"!
vphlpl1tl art'atlg PII Mini well P'lltil'I't-I.| | | 'lt'lilt.\It\' Wt Htitl limy\ later lepiothu'e' pome of tltu hoft' fin1. the money\ ,1

Ihl"It"lihlfllIillltf'| PMPW ('PIIWIt'' 'I hp trttHJjlllf 1I1'l"ltl) 1'1411111t'lItI" I lit-III in #iur. 't'tuMM!=>. In dally\\ "ivwlpt; of fn.lli &I1'1, flU (ho eaiu'los caused) l lrarlUi1 II>'
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df t thu toil tth. IVileiHUmi nf "" 'ItWII'" +
IMl.Mi... toiill\\* I t tame In 1'l.'ritla .11111 .'141... |has |r Pt'<=Hpil. from IMIlll Ci'l- HMI/ / I..VHJ: 'I 0 ('I.\t'i' II'\" U'M, wiling' and many 'mm
year ?gn trom lRala.nasuu. ;M j..hil14n.+ \tegn H 'litiruiy nf ana |tmtilri| volume; '.Y Itssi'1 Ilni'Itts;. Imvo U"n nd"Unl.
'm'ete hn .'IIIIIIIIrt..11\| | "pt'uspetuga| ,,1011- i |mi Mt by Mis' WillMm I''. IllttcKmiu FunU1I') : \ '" For l touring .car Oj en t1n)' f\lHI\ ,nigtlt.TheModel .
tOGflllho! 'business fur sixteen }tun, und ti Irli. I'ha leu I.. Smith, of Winter: ii rat ilaas ii.inlHiiiii. Apply' 1 1-5: \\'. 1H1\II1Jr' "clocks, ",rgot'"' and more
Church street, Orlando 1'uiniture Co I
'fhe fUlllil)' have made Winter I'uik puik. The head ut this department, -
than
Iii-U-U -ntlsfJ\ctnr t pvcr l l&fnre.
their permanent home. in writing her thanks for the library
:Mr. Hiewert is: a member of the tike'| particularly of the excellent lIOURI':: CI.EANINtJ: glass and woodwork You'll realize tho advantage in
National Photographic Associationand choice of its reading matter. This ; floors neittly s"uloloed..xed Cafe
and \ Can..n..o ulilies> purchasing )hero when
Hilialifd. ex-
with to numberof collection of books has been you
points pride a sent to Leonard Williams -11 I West Church
prizes awarded his work at photo- Lake Alfred where the Woman's club I street Orlando. lO-U-C.t"; amine the garments realize
graphic exhibitions.If has had heretofore no suitable libraryto .
the son's talent indicates the I draw upon for study. their quality and see their

father's "ability, the product of the I prices.
new studio will soon find its way be- LYRIC OPENS: SATURDAY SpecialsThursday
yond the confines of Winter Park E. R. Favor manager of the Lyric
for young Siewert has on various occasions theatre reports that he will open for
delighted Winter Park and i j the season next Saturday evening. A
Orlando audiences with his masterful number of changes and improvements Friday Saturday Sweaters and Italian Smocks
performances on the organ and piano. have been made in the house during ,
the summer and no duobt a good
r
NEGRO INJURED BY AUTO OX crowd will attend the opening per- 1b Become more fashionable every

WINTER PARK-ORLANDO formance. 'IU!! l day. Our full assortment is intensely -

ROAD 21 pound sack Self Rising Flour . . . . . . . . . . _ .90c e A \:1: interesting-it embraces
About 11:15 yesterday morningJim COUNCIL TONIGHT D the
while along 21 pound sack Pillsbury Flour _ . _ _ . . . . _ . .90c :._ absolutely very latest in
Heath, colored riding There will be an important sessionof t I vogue.
the brick road near the Seventh Day the town council tonight. The bids 21 pound Any High Grade Flour . . . . . . . . 90c IX SWEATERS
T, I we have all the
Adventist sanitarium on the Winter for construction of new town hall and 21 pound Gold Medal Flour . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90c is. -!; I newest plain colors, also the
Park-Orlando road, was knocked from jail are to be opened.WINTERI'ARK I:
his wheel and painfully injured by an 18 pounds of Rice for . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 /i/ii"\\ two-toned: Reversible and "Ombre" -

auto driven by Mrs. M. F. Barnes, of PERSONALSThe 3 pound can Rosedale Peaches, worth Sac; for _ _ . _ .20c ii :. '. .'t';; \.;.,\ I ITALIAN effects. SMOCKS we have ,
at
The once
Sanford. was
negro
taken to the sanitarium and examinedby freshman class held a short 3 cans Corn . . . . . . _ . . . . .-. . . . . . . . 23c; } i.t.JJ). : ; a garment that is destined to become -

Dr. Ingersoll after which he was I meeting yesterday at Pinehurst.L. :3 cans Peas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c: .Is m ;1 (' thtJ ,..1)il; extremely fashionable.
Luke's hospital in Or- ,.. \; t"0' "\,\ ,:i :: :Made: of the famous "Kayser"
lando rushed where to St.at last reports he was Clemons, representing the Ans- Sour Kraut, per can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc ;I ?- \\\-1', l!; I silk it is carried out in all the

resting fairly welL ley Lumber company of Tampa, was utter, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35c; %mvf'. \ % I high pastal colors and also in

It is said that the car ((8 Ford) in town Wednesday visiting local people Sugar, 16 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 v2wv 5&\' rt': :, ::12.\ i\' shades suitable for street wear.
Some trimmed in real fur
;:: are ,
passed over Heath's chest and abdomen in the interests of his firm. r
and though no bones were :3 packages Corn Flakes; . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2cI : ,, Jj\ 1 .. _- ) others in imported swansdown

broken he was nevertheless painfully A congenial party of sportsmen! :3 I Package Post Tostics . . . . , . . ,:.>c ( <\'''_'-- -many being used as evening

injured in the abdomen. The wheel consisting of Ed. F. Keezel Abe Hunter Arbucklc Coffee, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ISc 1", ((11 ,\....--- We wraps.guarantee our prices to be
which the man was riding was a complete and Mr. Gilbert and son' motored
wreck and was pulled\ from be- to Daytona today to enjoy the tIne 6 Argo Starch . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . ,2."c (\oJ'tJ'J, 20 per cent lower than any store

nca\h the car after the accident. base fUhlng.Mr 8 bars Soap for . . . . " " " " . " .25c:; in 11orlda."Kampus.
1Il'lth111I a driver for the Standnrd -
:3 J Old Dutch Cleanser! . . , , , , , . , , , , , , ,:2."c::
Oil company. \ *. Hannah \ Schults Arrived 9'
home )''''litt'rdnftt"t1 ft. Mrs. :2 cans Haxtcr Maine Corn . . . . . . . . . . . ,2."c:;
,
HACK TO l'm.ucmWith : : Schultz hits been spending.. the *>umntr > ''
a record of having.. driven month with her daughter, Mr. I a Togs"For
through eighteen statcs anti Mexico hvnnpdy, of Huston, A
over tho' national highway, and some
bysitjn, IncMentMlly' roaring. $,f.:14( II. A. Ward H. K;, Cole, JON. Jlumby T. A: MANNAnnouncement Young Men
mile\ *, shooting one perfectly live and J. K.: Parker spent the day at the
wildcat und having on the car one of J Inlet on tho count near I Daytona (Uh.ng We have secured tho local agency
the tin that were put on in St. I'"- for bass They returned to Winer - -- -
tcTfburg before darting, In the inter Puik late Init night. for these magnificently} tailored gar.
of Leon D. Levels' !
eating experience ,, menta-another step toward! our
who arched home yesterday to pack The football men were made happy t
hi* clothe and tiooki preparatory to yesterday morning by the return of supremacy In Men'n Wear Fabricsare

entering Hntllim College nt WinterPttik. Leon I D. Lewis I one of the stars of of the finest ; cut and style positively
It WIIn response to nn urgent ant )'{'OI"11' eleven. Lewis arrived In
cull from hU fellow tram timtcam line to accompany", the nqund to 1'iu tho newest ; absolute correct fit
the Uullliu College football, eleven\ atka, where they will\ play' the Unl We are moving into our new building, and
'Hint fnucrd Mr. I.twls to 'We the trrnity of "Florida this nftertuHin.Mm. guaranteed.Our, !.
party when he .tII. nlthmiuh he I U will have a new stock of goods on display splendid assortment Includes

'hive weeks lute In entering school nlthl W. Master Smith! nod nun
th,,e. lie had l ">" ."nrr nnlvvil IIt'II1."I. arched in Winter' Park yr*' Thursday MorningW. the double breasted Vents, single

home limn' ita 1> l had a wire from t the erduy afternoon" fin t the :.1rnin. t ui'Iork breasted coats, full Kngllsh: and
llm'tiir\ IIr Htltlrllr' nl the. fl\'hl"1?| | a'I l- I M,.. Smith crones i lima\ him that hU "'MIU' | ,w was with the Hdju..tnient uf limp svnl' 'ltgllsll: Styles, tie., all expre' .
In herd! It hU M>f\.II.-St t. l'ctrrs. .t"h' of her mothfr the late .If"
'burg Tiwr. . ('"rrl' U, Hfiikd I. She will fl'lIIalnh"fl' H. SCHULTZ sod' In tutu qualities of Chc'lutl4Vor
.
for verul days. 1/i .sted and Vicuna Surges, Qvcrplald,
orr rou 1',\ .,1'I'1i.1
The Uollins eleven, accompunie.1 1 by William Chant* Tt-mple has hU )planof Winter Park Florida Plain Grays and Plain Blues. Prices

Conch Palmer and w number of substitutes organization of the South Florida
from $!G.fiO to $25.00.To .
'', left on the :a o'clock train Chamber of Commerce well launched
yesterday afternoon for Palutkn lie will build' an organization that ill . M 111II i I IMNH44N* i 11 M 11111 I M i i 11 i M each purchaser of a suit we will

where they will play their first game will be one of the greatest factors in
pair of spats to match suit.
present a
this afternoon. The the of South Florida
for the season development
genie will begin at 3 o'rlornOli: its ever devised. We have a grand general Winter Park Auto Co. i e..o,14a.altlS and a drinking cup.DicksonIves.
outcome will be awaited with great in him. Let us all be good sol- t 01... ..1Im.. A Broi.
interest by the students on the cam- diers and lioost.
pus. The members of the team left
here full of enthusiasm and determined A number of people were interested
BUICK and FORD CARS
to give a good Recount of spectators yesterday as the big safe
themselves in the game with the State for J. I. Wnlsh's jewelry store was
University eleven. unloaded and moved into position in CoDEPARTMENT .

.11E COTES the room which the firm is to occupy \ \ Repairing, Painting and Auto i :
WINTER 1 on East: Park: avenue. Mr. Walsh will
W. C. Temple's address on "Organl. have all of his arrangements com- SuppliesOPEN .
ration and Co-operation to be deliv. pleted for opening business Monday
ered under the auspices of the Plant lie will do a general jewelry business
City board of trade at the school' aud and will be well equipped to do watch STORE.

itorium next Tuesday evening will repairing. Mr. Walsh has purchaseda DAY AND NIGHTIIIIIIIIIIIIIMiliilllMMIIIMiiillMIIIIIMMMIIM .... ...
eminently be worth the careful at- home a few miles out in the country
tention of every Plant City business which he will occupy within the next "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"i

man.-Plant City Courier. few days.


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I I I (@rlnu n nrtrty I Favorite TODAY'S I'IlOGIt.tM1Ilerlsa IF ="Get It At Allen's"0- -Ill --,





SOCIETY CALENDAR Rosalind Club will entertain this evening Reliance. "The Choir Bovs"
ll xss'fii
with an informal dance. Miss Princess. "The Home of Silence," /fS&isj )
Thursday, October U.Gentlemen's "
Keystone. "The
Little Teacher
Margaret Hart is in charge of the in
at Rosalind Club. .IMS
/ evening two parts, featuring Mabel Normond VX.
Gun Club shoot, afternoon. affair, which doubtless will be very Mack Sennett, Owen :Moore and 9 i *
Friday October 15.; enjoyable Fatty Roscoe Arbuckle, the leading
W. C. T. U. Topic: "Loyal Temperance I + actors in the Keystone comedies.
Legion." Leader, Mrs R. Bel Five cents to all. n A I l
lamy. EXPECTED HOME TODAYMr. rs/

+ and Mrs. Harry L. Beeman, Mr. II
ROSALIND CLUB DOES NOT ACCEPT Edwin Beeman and Mr. Lester Bee- ATTENTION KEBEKAIIS .
_
HONORARY MEMBER. man, who have been making an all
Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will -it311-
r SIIII IN BOARD TRADEAt summer automobile tour, extendingas meet Thursday evening, October 14,
a special meeting of the Rosa- far north as Boston, Mass., are at I. O. O. F. Hall, 7 o'clock sharp.
lind Club this week the honorary expected to reach home some time to- All members are urged to be present. o '
membership courtesy extended to the day. There is important business that demands 5 We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have

president of that organization by the + have degree your work.attention. We may also hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is

Board of Trade at a recent meetingwas Miss Gladys Thomas, the attractive Mrs. F. L. Anderson, N. G.
25c.; and
only including engraving, they are very popular.
not accepted. This action was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.Thomas -

not a surprise, as the Rosalind Clubis returned last evening to her homeon SKATING RINK

purely a social organization. However Lucerne Circle after a several Until further notice ladies admitted JEWELERS.
at the last meeting of the Boardof days' shopping tour in Atlanta, Ga., free at night, except special occasions. ALLEN & CO.,
I
Trade, it was thought to be the where she assisted her friend, Miss 1-10-13-tfc

courteous thing by the majority ol King, who is to be married in Arcadia [b .d]

the members to extend the same privilege early next month, in selectnig her ____ LF OCt-

to the uosalind Club head as to trousseau.

the presidents of the D. A. R., W. C. Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

;. L'., etc. ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs. "6! \ 'W. Unusual Designs
Mrs. A. U. Whitman, president of 't : "r i # :

the Sorosis Club, in a letter to I'resi- W W. Brown and :Mr. How. tl\...\ .. ..,'t \r.ir,.?. Some people, in fart, n great many,

dent! low of the Board of Trade, accepts art! Brown, of Anderson, Intl., me ; } s r'" ). \ .1 prefer unique and! original etfcctsin
with thanks the honorary tnetnlierphiit here to. Spend( the winter with the (. "4 fir" "' \ l ,, wall ,1 ",...lIun'. We anticipate( ,

in the or anlwl\lIn\ Her letter former' Sister" Mrs. S. 12. ,:,tl t( \ I 1" ,:i"j 'i'tl'i' llii'ce ik'tiiamH and always carry in
Limpus!, Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" ., .. It" ; ,
t Mock
follow: on iJaBt; South street. tiaM.. pi'Hielhlng entirely ditferetitfiom
The "1 wlh. to rxinei/ for htyrelf' \ ntnlSuitiMi W If '.;.,. \'. /l l other. Will you cull hen or

gasoline consumption ,* Club, {hack! tuul 1I1'1'f\'rlll\| > Kev.: A. A. Kivkei't returned ., t ,::r h;;tr./ ,' will l tie ITUour eitm|>lp book to you?
JPU ,
HAS : : A H.UMIIIM(; 81101' f.J ,
for the etiuite y if )liniiornry tl\'lnt.\.r. U'liltty nfteriiiMiii OUT thl! (?out Line 'I "'.. ) =

is unusu- ..lili| "in l'ie ISrtft-r lluuou of 1'rog.rvM ti eon hi* annual minnu'r outinu in the ON WEST I PINK OTKI'.KT, JUST =,;IJ. LJJ \ 'j :t Orlando: ; Pnlul t & Wall Paper Co
.. '
1'H'I''thh'g'ollll'h',1: with th@hlll'I'U"'lIlmt ..
? I NOl'th.'lIt| ut PltilaUoIjihia uiul) nth* to' \ \HJi
ally low. | of OiUuulu U tit 11\\(1| III.tc..t t FOUNDRY.Phone ) .
to me, and! if I can at any time COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
render uctivw "l Ah&Utunce hall consider

it a privilege to da to, ;Mr.\ and ;Mrs\ M. Levy, prominent r

I I"I am, with .best wishes for the winter residents of this section, own-

coming season, ers of the famous Pittsburgh; grove
ms. MAUD WHITMAN, on the Lockhart road, returned last

"President+ Soro&U: Club" night spent the from summer.Pennsylvania where they ::4 i CAREY HANDFUNERAL

SUFFRAGE LEAGUE: 1ILLD SESSION INGLENOOK AND

And Mrs. Hal Wight and little daughter CANDY PAULonn.1icious DIRECTOR
The winter reason \vas ushered in '
Douchclle
I Billy have returned
for the Orlando Equal Suffrage from Orlando. Until their new homeis Candies AND EMBALMERAll
Cakes, Sandwiches,
League lit a very enthusiastic meetingheld completed Mr. and Mrs. Night will etc.

yesterday morning at Unity reside nt Mrs. C. I* Goo hue'tI, on Orders taken for par lion.

Chapel. The league passed a resolution : Park avenue.-Sanford Herald. Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
amendment to the calls answered
favoring an Arcade Promptly Dayor

city charter granting municipal suffrugo Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Gedge and sons,

With already to women, pending an opinion prominent winter residents of Orlando Night. Hand Block.
gasoline from Attorney General West on its returned yesterday afternoon over

constitutionality; and a motion was the Atlantic Coast Line from Charle- Orlando Florida.

advanced carried making application for mem- voix, Mich., and are again occupying ,
bership in the Florida Federation ofWomen's their home 111 Hillcrest I
pretty ave PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457.iniillliilllllllllilllillUIIIMIMIilllMlllllini
,
The will
Clubs. league
11-2cin last month nue.
for boothat
again make arrangements a

and another ad- the approaching February fair. Mr. A. C. Carpenter, for a numberof
Yesterday's meeting was presidedover GRANDTODAY
years one of the leading shoe merchants :
by Mrs. F." W. Stanley, who has of Orlando, was among the .. .

vance of 2c, which recently returned from a trip West.A well known traveling men spending

movement will' soon be inauguratedfor yesterday in this city. Mr. and Mrs.

goes into effect Friday new leagues in adjoining towns. Carpenter are now residing in Bos-
The regular meetings of the league ton. Mass. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL
will be held on the second Wednesdayof _
of this week 10 o'clock at UnityCha'pel.
each month at
fro and Mrs. C. D. Heftings, of *

p rona, Kas., who have been spend
Gasoline becomes +
a ing several days in this section look-
SIIOWINC FALL COS.TIJM AT ing the country over with the view of Essanay presents

factor to be reckoned GRAND BY IICKSOX-IVES locating, left yesterday afternoon for

COMPANYThe points farther south. They will return "TilE SLIM: PRINCESS"By
annual showing of fall cos- I to Orlando in about two weeks.
with. tumes on living models by the Dick- George Ade CURTIS & O'NEAL

!son-Ives company attracted a large Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harney, of
audience of men and women at the
Jacksonville, will motor to Orlando tomorrow -
Grand theatre yesterday. During the Grand the I to spend the week-end with Featuring Francis X. Bushmanand : Insurance Loans Real Estate i :

showing of each costume 'Mrs. Harney's sister, Mrs. A. R.

orchestra rendered music. :Miss Mary 'I Bogue, at her home on West street. Ruth StonehouseA Rentals

1M flyer, Miss Mary Rock, Miss Norah They will be accompanied by Miss

James, Miss Genevieve Brassfield, I Mary Robinson, who has been visiting clever Comedy in Four Acts
and Miss Louise Calvert wore the cos- i
them for several weeks. While'ab-
tumes. Men's costumes were worn sent from Orlando Miss Robinson accompanied -
by Messrs. Lawton and Hewitt.
the Harneys on an extended -
The costumes were particularly
automobile tour.
10 cents 20 cents
beautiful and elicited much praise

from the women. The advance styles Mr. Jesse Allen writes the Sentinel

were very pleasing and selected by a from his old home in Burns, Tenn., ESTABLISHED 1886
buyer with a rare knowledge of what that he will shortly arrive in Orlando

the Lady Beautiful should wear the with Mrs. Allen and that they will

coming season. The millinery was spend the season at their home, 206
equally as attractive, and not to be
East Church street, as has been their
of gentlemen's .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.Hand's .
the showing
outdone,
custom for a number of years. This
with the costumes and
vied
clothing will be good news to the many friendsof

hats. the estimable couple. When they
+
left Orlando early in the spring it
BOYS ATTENTIONThe was their intention to visit the Pan-
class class of boys
Tri-Mu (a
ama-Pacific exposition at San Fran-
between 15 and 18 old) of the
years
cisco, and then settle down in some
will meet in the Armory -
church
IVlrQlips Baptist
nice place in California for the win-
7 o'clock to reorganize -
Thursday night at
ter, and the Sentinel was very much
their athletic club. We will
pleased upon receipt of the informa-
basket ball team, and play
organize a
tion that they had changed their
such games as volley ball, hand ball plans.
etc. We expect to give an exhibition
about Christmas to raise funds for
Pure Ice CreamMade
WILL BUILD WINTER HOMEMr.
our equipment. All members of the

class as well as those boys who would
and Mrs. Samuel Brice returnedto
like to join, will please be on hand
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
& promptly at 7 o'clock.T. .
Oneonta, N. Y., where they spent the
B. Phillips.
+ summer. This estimable couple spent In Orlando
their first winter in this city last sea-
FOR FEDERATION MEETING -
DATES
son, and were so favorably impressedthat

Sons they purchased a pretty build-
The Florida Federation of Women'sClubs
ing site on West Concord avenue be-
convention meets at DeLand.
fore returning to the Empire State,
Florida, November 16, 17, 18 and 19.
and will at once begin the erection ofa
The opening meeting will be on the modern bungalow and become per- Phone 566.666
evening of the 19th. The program is
manently identified with Orlando.
and promises to
all arranged
nearly
While in the North they kept pace
interesting. It is to
exceedingly
be with the happenings in this section
all clubs will be well
be hoped that
by reading the Sentinel.
represented with full delegations.-

Ocala Star.INFORMAL. When in need of a veterinary call
+
on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa Fla.
DANCE AT THE

ROSALINDThe Want anything? Ask for it through
hospitality committee of the Sentinel "Wanta." -
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I PINE CASTLE NOTES I the family of her mother, moved from BRANCH SENDS: ALLIGATOR TO i You'll hear a man say "No it I Fire -
Gadsden county to Orange county. S. DAK. STATE UNIVERSITY doesn't pay me to advertise as it appeals Insurance
Here they were the set- I to too small a class of people."
I Pine Castle Fla., Oct. .-Our village among early And yet when the same man loses
is now the possessor of two Sun I tlers of this country and knew what W. S. Branch has lately received a I his bunch of keys he rushes to the -
day schools. The organization of the that life meant in every detail. Mr. request from Vermillion, South Dakota -I newspaper with a "Lost" ad although -
and Mrs. Griffin lived first near Or- for small I he knows that in the whole COOK & BAAS
school
Baptist Sunday was completed I a alligator to put into Agents
lando, then at Windermere, I wide world there is only one person
Conway
morningat the in the State
Sunday afternoon. Sunday museum Universityat who can possibly be influenced by his I
Union Sabbath school Mr. J. W. Pompano, and lastly at New Smyrna, that place. Buford Duke pickedup i"Lost" ad. Contradictor, isn't it! Christ Building
I Matchett who has been the superintendent -I where they have lived some twelve 01 a good sized one in the road the

I for years, resigned his post fourteen years. other day and it was purchased by .
j and becomes the superintendent of I Mr. L. J. Griffin died two years ago Mr. Branch and sent by express to do IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.g
the new Baptist Sunday school. Mr. I the first of August, and since that duty as a side show in the institutionof
Matchett gave! a history of the Union I time the general decline of his wife, learning where W. S. Branch, Jr.,
Sabbath school from the very first Mrs. Julia Griffin has been noticed. learned Latin ,verbs geometrical' problems -
one held to the present day, nearly She passed away Tuesday, at 1 a. m., and Beethoven sonatas.
I I
twenty years, and in his farewell October 5, 1915, at her own home
his at .where she had returned eleven
speech told of regret leavingthe just
I Call at V. Baylarian's and see the
If old charge; but felt he would be a j I days before from a visit with her new clothes pressing machine. \' r '
better man among the people of his daughter, Mrs. Nolle, at Titusville.She l-10-12-6tc
own denomination. The people of the from her first day's confinementto
Union Sabbath school see Mr. Match her bed said that this was her last
ett leave with deep regret, for he has illness. She told her children and oth-
been a very faithful superintendent.Mr. er relatives so, and daily prayed that H BERRY
Proctor, of Pensacola spent God would take her unto himself. Her
Saturday with Mr. W. J. Slough. Mr. passing was quiet and peaceful and
Proctor was here looking over the know she is at rest. Mrs. Griffin wasa
real estate offerings of Pine Castle. woman of sterlng Chrstan char- -
Sold Mrs. Max Croxton and two children acter and had been faithful to every A complete line of Ford Acces-
Malzine and Gerald; Mrs. J. duty of her place in life. The chil-
sories a staff of expert mechanics -
Dannt Mr. and Mrs. Ford and daugh.ter dren who survive her are living examples ;
Vivian, of Kissimmee spent Sun of a faithful mother's lovingcare to render satisfaction in all J A rush of live steam---a flood of ;
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C and they call her blessed; theyare
F. Johns. Charles. Griffin, of Kissimmee; lines of Automobile Repair boiling water, and the Var- \

Mrs. Thos. Lamb and baby daughter Samuel G. Griffin of Orlando; Jessie, Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and nish wasn't harmed
Edna May of Kissimmee are visiting Mrs. Frank Sheen, of West Palm ;
at her sister's Mrs. G. C. Miller. Beach; James C. Griffin of Kissimmee Gasoline, and fair and square
Mr. and Mrs. McCraney and Mrs.C. ; Lillie Mrs. Harold M. Nolle of It |
QuickCorner prices. VALSPARFinley's
H. Matchett moved to Orlando Titusville; Messrs. Clarence and Wil- was
Monday.Mr. bur Griffin, of New Smyrna. She is
Paul Macey has moved his family also survived by her sisters Sallie M.,
from the Aden place into Mrs. C. Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy, of ths place; Jes- Pioneercarries i
Matchett's new house. sie, Mrs. D. J. Bell, of New Smyrna;
For Nine YearsWe
Dr. N. L. Bryan and family moved Carrie Mrs. Frank Johnson of Pa- < one of the largest and best selected stocks of WallPaper ',

from their home on Lake Conway to latka; Cora Mrs. S. Ross, of New and Painters' Supplies in Florida, including the !
Orlando. We are very sorry to lose Smyrna; and her brother, Mr. John have been in business at the whole Valentine line of Automobile and House Varnishes. !
I1
these good people.Mr. Carpenter, of Colquitt, Ga. Her sis
J. B. Sweet of Miami, was a ter Rebecca, who was Mrs. John Rob- same location, Corner of South Contractors for
; : Paper Hanging, Painting
recent guest at the home of his erson, of Orlando, died several years ;
Main and Church Streets.
brother, Mr. C. J. Sweet. ago. Mrs. Griffin is also survived yb and Decorating :
Mrs. J. C. Fulford of Lockhart, has twenty-seven grandchildren. The fun- Phone 226 i :
CORNER PINE AND COURT STREETS Phone 67 ;
returned to her home after a visit eral services were held at 10 a. m.
prop- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Tuesday at her home in New Smyrna MMtMMIIIIMtMMMIMMMMM MMMMHIIMMORLANDO

Hansel. Methodist minister from Daytona Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
380 feet The W. C. T. U.'s meeting at Union conducting the services. The sons
erty Chapel Sunday was opened with a then proceeded with their mother's and Garage
special musical program and a very remains to Kissimmee. Here, at the
by 418 on street good temperance talk by Mr. J. P. A. home of her eldest son, Mr. Charles ROOFING
Herman. W. Griffin, a short ceremony was
The young people announce their held the Rev. J. B. Ley, of Orlando MisdirectedEconomy ANt:
that has brick play, "All a Mistake" for October 22. officiating owing to Rev. Lawler, of
Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock. Admis the Kissimmee. E. church being ill SHEET METAL CO.
sion lOc.: and 15c. In the school audi Beautiful hymns were sung and a
piled side torium and for the benefit of the organ great wealth of flowers attested the

on fund of the new Baptist chur.: love and esteem in which Mrs. Griffinwas Trying to save a few cents by Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
This is a worthy object and the young held by those who knew her. The having your work handled by inferior -
and will be people should be encouraged and as "family wreath" was exceedingly hands. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
sisted in their endeavor by a large beautiful and lay upon the casket Your personal influence is
audience. Come, everybody who can, The burial was made in the cemeteryat greatly enhanced when you are Skylights i heating Ventilating IIplaliCelIlngs ,
paved within and help. Kissimmee by the side of her much clad in immaculate linen.

Death of Mrs. Griffin loved husband. .
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Mrs. Julia Griffin, who died at her
2 weeks. Will home in New Smyrna last week, was GOODEN-OTEY: WILL OPERATE OrlandoSteam

very well known here, where she had PINE STREET GARAGEThe
made many friends during her visit
cut into 16.lots. to the home of her sister, Mrs. Jos. L. Gooden-Otey Auto companyhas LaundryFRENCH
Sundy. Mrs. Sundy was at the bed removed its salesroom from the DRY CLEANERSLAUNDERERS \: ;t "Yours
side of her sister for one week of the I Rink building to Nos. 20.28 East Pine ,r
Think of that ten days of her last illness. I street. The firm will conduct a garage PHONE 88
Julia E. Clarke was born April 20, and salesroom at their new lo f/1_' r Respectfully"Is
cation. They will handle the Over-
1850, near Chattahoochee, Gadsden
east side ten county, and was the first child of her land and King cars, and are antici- Best and Promptest
parents, William C. and Caroline pating a considerable increase in busi- your stationery of the kind to

minutes from Whiddon Clarke. Her mother was ness since making the change.Mr. Auto Livery command respect when you
left a widow when quite young with Otey is in charge of Overland
three little daughters Julia E., Sallie sales for Orange county. Mr. Gooden Service write the above words at the
M. and Rebecca. She later marriedMr. has the agency for the King car in
Post
Office. A. T. Carpenter, by whom she the five Central Florida counties. 1 close of your letter? Our

had three daughters and one son. Both cars are constantly increasingin 5-PASSENGER Highland Linen is correct sta
The eldest daughter Julia R popularity and prestige with the .
Clarke married in January 1868 Mr public. The; repair department of the tionery for correct people but

Lawrence Jefferson Griffin in Gads- new .garage will be in charge of J. C. BUICK CARWe sold at amoderate price. It really
den county, by whom she had eleven Otey.V. ::
children, three dying in iifancy, and fps. looks like 50c. but costs only
she reared eight children who survie Baylarian has a blotter for call ll1I11IL\1J D
anywhere at time ll
everybody that calls at his store. any 35c.Ve have a variety of
[l-10-12-6tc
her.In 1872 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Griffin i shapes and sizes.
1k'IIIIIIJ[
Your with their young children and also Use Sentinel want ads. Gordon's Transfer Co,

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I 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 S. ,

Money SKATING RINKILADIES' !I HAULING OF ALL KINDS THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

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won't 'III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"'IIII'IIIIIIIII1111'11111 iMIMIIIIIM
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT .
growin
INSTRUCTORS.Open Pipes! Pipes! Pipes!

10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. I
.
Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. 1 } We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

your best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
ADMISSION 10 CENTS"LUCERNE
sock I M- measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -
f
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work you can save money by having us

PHARMACY"Successor cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

so as you can install it yourself.

to DeLaney Drug Co. l We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
We have of
a new supply Sponges in
you desire. Do not forget to look at the "AmenP -

all grades and prices. Just what :'; can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless '
Carl C Dann D P
ti closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

you want for automobile or i ., for five years.

house use.TELEPHONE .


NO. 2 F. Joseph Raehn Co.lam .


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THE PIPE MAN
J. D. WOODBECK f
Manager I Mlllltt . 4- ''tutu* IIIHBargain
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1 4 ROBINSON & BEARDALL I''Worthington Blackman

HEALESTATE ATTOItNEY-AT.LAWPhone

I ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW 617
1 No. 4 West Pine Sreet

ORLANDC : Phone 1G1 )looms: 13 and 14 Yowcll-Duck-

worth Buildinjr.
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Term. Cash In Advance & SALLAS

Watkins Block Orlando, Ha.
RATES 20S Boone Street
I For One Day _____________.X3i
r For Three Days ____....___50c Phone 597.
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month __..--_____.$2.:. ;0
;: This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
:.fA"" 25 words or less. If the ad con.
; DR. N. L.
BRYAN[
c tains more than 25 word the rut*
r:1 will be one cent. per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
each additional! word for each insertion. DENTIST
ARCHITECT
If you can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the olllce telephone No. 24. Accounts McNeill-DavIs Building, Orlando,
For and Little BathersFor opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3-
Big payable the following day. YowcllDuckworthSURVEYING UJdg Florida.

Every Home-Every Iluklnrs.- Member F. A. A.
daddy's morning plunge or for the kiddies' little sponge, there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man has use for a
hot water right at hand. You know the irreat waste *>t time and effort in trying to heat water for a Sentinel Want Ad.

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

solution is simple.
FOIL SALE
Plating and Sub-DividIng

Heat the Water By GasEither FOR SALE-A handsome Shetland Dentist
pony, safe for children to ride or PROMPT AND ACCURATE
drive. Seth Woodruff. 10-13-3tc WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater \.ill assui.. you of having the required sup
FOR SALE-Strawberry Missionary -
ply at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water no try. Klondyke and plants Excelsior HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & O'Neal's
ing to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses varieties. Now is the time to set out
for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indjspensible all seasons of the year. plants. Inquire J. H. Gould South Civil Engineer 0--
Parramore street and Granve avenue
or Box 324. 10-12-12t
47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO Also FOR big SALE-Nice one-horse purple kind cultivator; young plant ,them fig new trees now.for; Phone 72 W

half price. 208 E. Robinson avenue.

GAS DEPARTMENT llMO-6t -- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney ]JDR. L,. H. RAMSDELL

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, OPTOMETRIST
.. furnished and unfurnished. Also
and Counsellor at Law .
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
some splendid lots. Call and see what -
t I have to offer before you buy or FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSEf
rent. Mrs. Ii. D. Leake, 45 East Pine Davis & McNeil BIdg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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10-8-dw-lmo ORLANDO, FLA. OTfCAL. 1AIZffOWANTEDClean


FOR SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good
condition. Write Box &fj7. WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange rags at Sentinel
y23tfcFOR or rent your city and county office. ID.13.ttlJUI.Ui
property. Call and lICe us. Geo. T. '
SALE-Lunch fully lull I Co., Hock building, Room 3. : FOR FALL l'I.ANTING-We
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSfRlfS equipped. 410; Revere wagon street, Con 10- -lmoc Are. headquarters for all kinds of
cons Park. 10.L;-12t' bulbs and HceiN. Cull in and see
PRESTON'S: PLANTS --- Wnkcficldcubluigc them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
36e. per 100; flue for :200: ; :L'OO: S. Orange avenue. 1'hono 100.
OCOEE FLORIDAAll .ELEGANT: ; 1IO.MK: fur mile or rent; $1.25:::; for f.OO; $2.00 per 1,000; (postpaid. NMO.tfc
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 eloping' Tomato and eggplant, ., same
l porches heating. plant; is modern tirico. Large "Favorite". dry land! CONSCIENTIOUS: CAIn: given a
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, (,nn"n" plants., 6 for f"c. Fred M. limited", number of perron. Pleai-
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, lotl Eam: Preston, Pine Castle, ant room. In new home. All modern
p Central avenue 9-30.1mQ. Fla.KU -d&w.tf (conveniences Also furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude
FOR) SALE-A IO ElIAKEIt Seymour, !nurse 14 High street east
BUYERS AND SELLERS of Lake Kola. 10-8.Imoc
the varieties of and
leading Orange Grapefruit
I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Furnished 14 room house, on brick estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., BEAUTIFY YOUK HOMES
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest street, Splendid for light houcekecp over 30 year. Have handled over ; The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
ing. location; large lot. $20,000,000. Call and see me.! : will bring in a car of fine palm. the
Terms. Owner 10 W. Concord Ave. 10-0-3m F. A. LEWTER. coming week wishing his
Any one
ee e e e .
prices .. .. .. .. J.1J.;Imo II services and experience will please

NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par. drop him a card at once, and he will
FOR QUICK SALE 20 acre tract son Browns, and tangerines; rough call to nee you and make you hard
one quarter mile from city limits; lemon sour and grapefruit stock from I time prices. For reference see the
very tine for citrus or subdivision pur. passenger Hammock Nursery for sale palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
-. posvs. |100 per acre. See Carl Dann6Dtf cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchuln, ret out live years ago. J. II. Mooney
-- -- Fla., Route 2. 0-23-lmoc Orlando. MO-10-tfc

The lion Ton Millinery Store will
FOR KENT
Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest S.Fresh I IJ. Lee rich twice sweet a day milk from delivered Spring by hold their fal" opening. Thursday hats. Oct.
14th. Will display pattern un.
: ; FOR! RENT-Furnished: rooms lorI Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. 11. No.6.
I light housekeeping; all modern con trimmed hats children's hats.
Magruder I number 83-R..
prices, to the above address vemences. :312: E.: South .tn' t. I l-y-30-lmoc: East Church street. M0.12-3t:
io-ia-tn: *
NOTICEI
,FOR RENT-FurnUhed flat of three Umbrella recovered and repaired will not be reKponallle! for any
room, Lath electric lights, etc. :210 "while you wait." at Yowls'* Repair debt made by Mrs It .(J. Taylor.
t'lMMMilMllillMMilllllillinMMQMIMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIIMIIIIilFOR Palmetto street, near Presbyterianchurch. Shop, 21 E. Pine EL (Signed) R. G. TAYLOR.
.
Iu-I2'0t: l-10-8-8t-
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YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed .
FOR RF.XT-A good ten room house,
I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB with modern conveniences, central an outside service depart
located the for board- ment and is prepared to give you
ly ; just thing
Located in the Arcade
Building ing house; located in a prosperousand prompt attention. We have a competent
All work guaranteed and neatly growing town; business room on man who will fit keys, repair CLINT BASS
SALE done. Our work is the best ground floor, 22-CO.: Apply to W. L. your trunk or do anything in the repair -
Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc line. He is ready to go at your PRONE 375
and our prices are the lowest. I call now. Just phone 304.

1 This is the place to have your FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- 9-12-lmoc West Jefferson Street
I "' d clothes made new. cle, furnished or unfurnished, by I I Successor to
Sun -"*ubbed and pressed75c.Suit the season, month or year, with gar- ; TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
Will offer for sale for a few days dry cleaned pressed60c. age, garden, fruits and flowers. Ap- I. repaired; keys fitted; locks re-
ply to J. Watkins.. 9-21-1moc paired; anything in the repair line isl I Hand Wood CompanyWood
the Suit pressed _____________40c.I cur line. Just phone 304, Young's
Orange Avenue
property corner I All Palm Beaches scrubbed FOR RENT-By the season, month, Repair Shop, and our man will call of All Kinds
.
Boone I and pressed ____________50c or rear, one upstairs flat for light at once. 9-12-lmoc
and Streets known
Jackson
as housekeeping; also other rooms and PROMPT
SERVICE
d i Mohair suits pressed ______25c. garage, electric lights and bath in WANTED
the skating rink property, for $26,000. I We do ladies' work also. Give house. Apply 300 East Conci rd ave REASONABLE PRICE*
I us a trial and be convinced. 9-10-tfc WANTED stenographic positionby
j Clothes called for and delivered. a S. S. C. graduate. Address
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year Phone 613.LOANS LOST-Male pointer pup, nearly 311 W. Church street. 10.12-3tc
I liver liver
grown ears, spot on
and interest at six per cent. rump, body ticked. Reward for return WANTED-An apartment or bungalow .
to Frank G. Guernsey. 10-13-tf of 5 rooms furnished, by the McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
I If you wish to buy, build, or repair month; must be clean, attractive and
your house, we are making some city LOST-Setter dog about 3 years old: best location. Write full particulars.M. .
'loans. A. B. Cook & Co.. Orlando. | answers to name of Spot; light tan A. C., care Sentinel. 10-12-3tc FOR
l-10-12tc and white color. Dog disappearedabout
October 1st. Reward for re- WANTED-Position as chauffeur; :Caruthers FlowersLeave
C.A.HOVEYT"ry SLAUGHTER SALE turn to P. T. Peel R. F. F. 1. thoroughly experienced; can do repair -
Buy your wall paper cheap for the 10.10-6tc work and can furnish good ref.
next few days. Making room for our erence. Address Mr. R. S. Pifer, your orders here
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer LOST-A small pink cameo brooch, Taft, Fla. 10.10-6tc
Store, Court streew Phone 67.
on September 28. Liberal rewardfor s
I 9-5-tfC. return to Sentinel office. WANTED-To list all kinds of prop. Dell Florist.
'I 10-12-3tc erty for sale or rent. I am having
New crop onion sets just arrived, manp applications for houses, fur .. IIUIUl
Bermuda Danvers and Silver Skin. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and nished and unfurnished. I will be
a Sentinel Want Ad Full line garden field and flower repaired at Orlando Bicycle and glad to list what You have. Mrs J. II. CARUTHERS
seed > the Seed and
nean
!! Drug Man
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc< I prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc ---_ _ --1 Phone 179. iO-8-dw-lmo rh... 809. 4M S..th Lilts 1M.Lmriber .

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your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf

Mr. J. II. Harvey returned to Or-
lando yesterday afternoon from a
in Panama visit of several weeks to Chicago.Mrs. \

and everywhere on American temtomr, is simplified!' by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they ae :: Henry Bartlett who has beer
accepted like currency by strangers watre a check or draft would spending several weeks with relatives The
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques and friends in Atlanta, Ga., returned Alliesof
are tlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure. home ;yesterday afternoon.Go i

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

Mr. I. W. Phillips, of the Orlando
Auto and Supply company, returnedlast
evening from a business trip to Courtesy to everyone;

Jacksonville.Ride .
Liberality to worthy customers;

Hamrick'a jitney bus. 5e.
18-18-tf Loyalty to Community Wellfare;

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jackson and Efficiency in every department;
daughter returned to their home :305:
East Jackson street, after an all sum- Stability assured by Govern-
mer's absence in the East.

a ment Supervision.
How much did you save last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Enlow, of Win. and these are increasing with irresistable .
ter Park, were among the visitors to
Orlando ;yesterday; spending a part force the business of
of their time with Prof. E. R. Enlow.Dr. .
a

James DeLaney left ;yesterday ---
morning over the Coast Line for
White Springs where he will spend

some time enjoying a well earned va-
cation. The Peoples National Bank


RIDE in Hamrick's: Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c.<< 8-28-tfc Enlist with us!

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. :MaGin who arrived -
several days ago from the

HUPMOBILE"Where North where they spent the summer,
I I
are now pleasantly located for the

I season on Lake street.


Mr. J. E. Simmons supervising
there'slife
architect of the Atlantic Coast Line,
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with headquarters in Jacksonville,
there's
Hupp"J. spent' ;yesterday in Orlando on busi-
ness. JIIIJrllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"111111111111111'lalll.'I.I'II 'II'II'I"


Fish and oysters received dailv
II. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
P. HOLBROOK, Dealer

:Mrs.: C. H. Leffler, one of Sanford's
estimable ladies who has been visiting -
Mrs. N. B. Sharpe, 203 Liberty
street returned home ;yesterday af-
ternoon. FORD ROADSTER


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

18-18-tf Practically new. Gray and Davis

Prof. and Mrs. F. D. Carr returnedto
Orlando ;yesterday from their sum-
Self Starter.
mer outing, the greater portion of Bargain.
which was spent in the mountain regions -
of North Carolina.


Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.


"New Ford Home"About 18-21-tf:Mr.: L. L. Payne, of this city, and i San Juan Garage Company ii

Major J. B. Steinmetz, of Wekiwa
Springs, who have been enjoying the

October 20th, I expect to move into sights in Boston and Philadelphia, returned Orlando Daytona
home last evening. t

my new building on South Orange Ave.I .
Deposit your Savings Checks and
will carry a complete line of everything let them earn 4 per cent interest for
you. 8-12-tl
needed by "Ford Owners." to

The stork paid a visit to the homeof .
"FORD SERVICE FOR FORD OWNERS"F. Mr. and :Mrs.: C. McEwen:: 116
South Lake street ;yesterday morn-

G. RUSHDiamonds ing, and left a sweet baby girl to miMinilllllllllllMI tinilllHIIMMIIMHIIMlMtMUM Hill ,
gladden the hearts of the happy par-

ents.
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Go to Francisco's for Bear Head

Bananas. 110.13Gt'Mr : Who Will Be Your Executor? .

I : L. C. Newell, one of Pine Cas-
tle's pioneer winter residents has re- 1
turned to his Orange county home ANSWER NO. 2 _
from Ashtabula, Ohio.Ir.:: Newel] impaired as a
Your estate may be materially ;
-- --- - ---- was in Orlando ;yesterday greeting direct result of the appointment of an executor ,' ,$ -
friends.
.... .1.1..11..1111.1.11111111111111..1..11. .. or trustee. +

Deposit your Savings Checks and When an individual is appointed-

let them earn 4 per cent. interest for The financial responsibility is generally weaker. 'pb 4.r f;.:..
you. 81211Ir.
It is usually provided in wills that the person
'
::\ R. J. Djett, engineer in charg; nominated to serve as executor shall be excused _
of the power in the packing houses in from giving bonds.
South Florida for Crutchfield & Woo]
it is at the expense -
When surety bonds are supplied, *
folk, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand 1
of the estate and then only partial security -
will make his headquarters here 4|
against loss is provided. '
for several days.Go ; ;
Diamonds, the white ,
pure, snappy When a Trust Company is selected- t
sparkling gem it's a pleasure to look Y '
: to Francisco's for Bear Head The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility %%
at. The kind it's a satisfaction to
own in after ;years. That's the kind :. Bananas. 11013Ct'A is secured. t r ______________ '
of diamonds we have sold for years : card to the Sentinel from Mr A bond which has behind it the entire financial r ____
back and the only kind to buy. And : W. H. Hazlett, who with Mrs. Haz- strength of the Institution is always filed with +l
when it comes to price, we know our lett has been spending the summer at the Probate Court 3* no fnfit to the estate. J
prices are as low as any store in the : N. J. will Fs'
Avon-by-the-sea; says they Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue T
State. leave for Orlando on Tuesday Octo- of this newspaper.
: ber 19, on the Clyde Line steamship
Lenape. :Mr.: Hazlett who is one of 1
this city's indefatigable boosters expects Come in any time and freely ask for further '&
: two families to accompany them information on this vitally important subject. "
You are always welcome, and our offices are al- _}- .
for their first visit to Florida. _:._
ways glad to advise.

T EVANS How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-ti
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBueknmster

JEWELER Orlando Florida
& Branda; !! ,
t"I

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

.. at Kirksville, Mo.
,..-------- 1I lJ t._ ---- ..- .,...... .t&... 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People
Naticnal Bank. Phone 573. to, II t I tit I I . I I II-MTravel -I I .1 II1II1 111I'".. 1II1II1 I I: III 1111111111111111111111.!t
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