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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: October 15, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00535
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THE MORNING SENTINEL



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fo; AMOUNT() OPAMMUNITION' M'ADOO REVEALS RELIGIOUS AND SPllTI' SEVEN INCHES OF

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PROPOSALS TOCONGRESS PROPERTYRIGHTS RAIN FELL IN
HEAVY ARTIllERY DUEL IN WEST Tampa, Fl*., Oct. U,-Providing A, "pl..a, Flu., tict. U.-A hen'y
the same service of last winter the rain storm which was:: encuumereu
but Lose Atlantic Coast Line will restore the just after leaving Orlando Wednes
Allies Take Trenches ;
"Tampa Special" which was with- ? day afternoon caused a split up in the ORLANDO
Japan Turning Out Vast drawn last spring. It will resume its ranks of the Arcadia road tourists,

Amount of Munitionsfor schedule November 15, according to part of them continuing on to Eustis,
an announcement made by W. J. A'here it had been originally plannedto
Russia MERGING( OF SUBTREASU. Craig, passenger traffic manager. QUESTION ASKED IJY CERTAIN spend the night, while the rest of AND WINTER PARK HAD 12

in HIES (INTO FEDERAL The "Tampa Special" will leave RELIGIOUS BODIES the party decided to put up at Apop- INCHES IN WEDNESDAY
London Oct. 14.-British troops
Jacksonville at 9 o'clock and arrive in OF CARRANZA ka. NIGHTS STORM
the Artois region gained 1,000 yards RESERVE SYSTEM Tampa at 4 o'clock. Returning, it Eighteen automobiles, containing

of trenches southwest of Ilulluch, but will leave Tampa at 12:45 p. m. and seventy-seven good roads enuthsiasts,
were again driven out, according to U.S. FACES A BIG OPPORTUNITY arrive in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. FOREIGN COUNTRIES ARE NOTIFIEDBy left Arcadia at 6 o'clock Wednesday GRFATAMflUNToToMGEOONEVegetable

an official report from Field MarshalSir A parlor.obsetvation car will be morning. Stops were made at Bar-
hauled. State Dept. of Carranza Recognition tow, Winter Haven, Florence Villa,
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John French tonight.The Federal l Reserve Plan Gives the Fast service from Jacksonville to Haines City and Loughman the tour- Crops Are Put Out of

report says: "We captured the United States Dominant St. Petersburg will be resumed December II -Largest Claim. ists being cordially received, and given Commission-A. C. L. Train
. main trench of the Hohenzollern re 13 by the "Pinellas Special." ants Are Englandand the benefit of information relativeto
Financial Position of Wrecked and Homes
doubt." Its schedule has not been arranged. Spain good roads which the people in

Berlin, referring to the British advance the WorldSt. These schedule improvements were the various towns had collected. FloodedThe
east of Vermelles along the roadto announced in Jacksonville following a Washington, Oct. 14.-The state de. The caravan stopped for lunch at
Hulluch, says that the English have Louis, Oct. 14.-The treasury conference of the road officials. It partment has informed its diplomatic Kissimmee, where they were the unprecedented rainstorm which
been expelled by hand grenade attacks department will recommend to congress ,was attended by A. W. Fritot, division representatives in Europe of the decision guests of the board of trade, at the swept Orange county and Central and
from most of the trenches they the merging of the subtreasu- 'passenger agent; R. A. Brand, fourth of the United States and the Graystone hotel. The next place on Southern Florida Wednesday night
captured. Heavy artillery duels on ries into a federal reserve system, according vice-president; W. J. Craig, passenger countries represented by the Pan- the line of march was Orlando, wherea and early yesterday morning wipedout
the whole front from Artois to Cham. to Secretary McAdoo who traffic manager, and F. C. West W. American conference to recognize the halt of two hours was made. The vegetable crops, caused truckers
pagne are reported from Paris. arrived here today. I). Stark and Y. R. Deazley, traveling Carranza government in Mexico. This pilgrims were welcomed' to the city and farmers a loss of many thousands
"We have before us the greatest passenger agents. notification will enable them to give I by the Board of Trade, and inspecteda of dollars flooded business houses

Selling Munitions to Russia at Cost period- of prosperity- the country has One or the most important Im- early information to all nations which stretch of roadway; near Orlando.At and homes, wrecked sewerage and
ever known" he said, "and if we have provements is the cutting an hour off have claims against :Mexico.: The I 4 o'clock they left for Eustis drainage systems! !, caused railroad
New York Oct. 14.-K. Osaki a the courage and enterprise to seize the run of train No. 82 between New largest foreign claimants are England I but a hard rain storm delayed the wrecks and tie-ups, discommoded the
member of the Japanese parliament, and take advantage of the opportunity York and Jacksonville. This train is and Spain.It I I .party. considerably, and decided manyof traveling public, imperilled traffic on
arrived here from England today with to handle the situation' with In. known as the Florida-West Indian was learned today that since' the I them to remain nt Apopkn over bricked highways, flooded the low.
the news that Japanese ammunition telligence. Our financial system was Limited. The fast schedule will go announcement of the intention of this night. The rain continued with scarce land, rallied the lake level to a new
plants are running to full capacity never no good. The federal reserve into effect October 31. On January 3 government to recognize Carrunzn I ly a let up, until 8 o'clock, but failed I height and generally wrought/ havoc
and that a considerable' portion of has made available the of the tourists' during. the eight hours' torrent
plan an amount the Count Line will inaugurate its that inquiries and protests hate been to dampen spirits !
their products are being sent' to Russia of reserve money that gives our country fart' Florida special, leaving New made to the Mate department by re* In the Icn"t. No accidents were reported More than seven Inches of rail fell
lie added that Japan sells war the dominant financial position' of York nt 2:12: p. m., tin ((arriving nt Hirlouft bodies, asking what guarantee and nil the machines were In in Orlando, entublUhing. it new mark
munitions at cost' to the Russian guv. the world." Jacksonville nt 3:10: .p.. m. the next I! have been secured from C'nrrnn/n good" condition nt the end of the ,In)"'" and Winter Park bent Orlando' record .

ernment. Russia had 1,000,000 troopson day. This train In. one of the mot M lo the protection of Individual* In run. by reaching twelve inche The
the Munchuriun: frontier that were "'LUOIU.U'IW.lCU AM STKPFUKWAUir : elaborately equipped operating between exercising (heir religion and properly Early: this morning the start was precipitation In other towns and corn
withdrawn! soon after the war started, made for llrooknvlllt. Port Klched.Tnrpon .
the North\ and South right munltle surrounding Orlando I is not
he: added. The deportment, therefore, 'gave Spring and Clearwater nre known, but it I III fully ns great Old.

Last. night thu attendance the "":.\1"11 OF) MUS. J. K.: UKiCINKMr : 1 out n communication it received tin on the Itinerary for the day. Tampa resident* nay the storm was unsure
HrllUhern 'Ihouuhl to lie Munition revival meetings Will the bent of the October, 8 from Arrcdondn, Currnn- will be reached In the afternoon and passed In amount of water and' the
Worker Land series and i. real' awakening intercutwu *. J. K.: lllggln, wife of C. M. aria Wntthington agent, which paid the I the party will remain there over duration of the downpour. For the
New York, Oct.1 14.-Secretary of munifent. Illggln, died yesterday morning at conntltutlonallxt government would night. time of the storm the one jentenlny 1
hater! WlUon today permitted the After a preliminary service of sung, 7:20:.! o'clock at St. Luke' hospital protect nil, regardless of whether. I The tourists tire looking forward and Wfdm-nday' night will establish anew
landing in thin. country of fifteen\ Hrlt- Mr. Jeter sketched. n scene of the cru- following nn illness of two )'('Rrll. The they were national or foreigner, with grout' gusto to the dinner to U1ghen iccord, locally nt least
Isle i mechanic who arrived. front l nlt. clllxlon while thu audiencu watched deci>ned has been residing (in thin. section without limitation other than the them tomorrow night I by the Aside from the flood, damage the
hind oiteniibly for the purpose! of with breathless. attention. for n number of year and l wu .preservation. of .public. order and the Tumpn I| .board of trade, ut the Scvillarentaurant. moot disastrous\ occurrence was the
dressing seal nkln at 8t Louis Mr. llolcomb, the preacher for the in her seventieth year when the end' olmervnnce of law In force. A canvass. of the .party. wrecking of north bound passenger'

While it wa said that their .presence erring. poke on the subject above, name. A telegram to the IItatoll'ltnrtll1t'l1t tonight showed a formidable array of train, No. H'J: due out of Otlandu at
In this country I I. necessary for "I, Kik Backward, Step Forward." He The funeral services will be conducted today says' that under n threat of tr"nrh"rI1u'It'r'julf1l't'1: \ with high caliber ll'iHl: :: )'"", "'rll"y morning, which was
the prosperity of the seal Industry, pleto with Incident, thrilling In graphic by Itcv. A. A. Uickert' nt the bombardment. by. two Carrunxn gunboat appetites.I'.1SSiNElt. derailed A short dUtancv& north of
labor leader assorted! that they come climaxes, and forceful of quickenIng hospital thin HfterniHiti nt 2 o'clock. *, the force of Villa have evacuated Formosa, imperiling" the live of fifty
tu work in the ammunition factories thought, It wa a sermon full of and the remain will be Interred In iuuymn: the lout seaport held : (! AMI FltKIGIIT: : ('01.. passengers, and causing A general tie .
of the West because: the work of human Interest, and held his audienceto Greenwood; cemetery.: by him in Mexico U.I).K: AT IIIVINK: up In traffic between the north and
American employe I I..* unsatisfactoryto : closest thought and mont serious WICKET: Houth. It wa late yesterday afternoon

the British government.The reflection. Passenger train No. 82, due nt Orlando before the wreckage was cleared
BritUher were notified\ ut the lie said that there are two kind of 1 1IGE1ANSHIPSSUI] $$10,000,000 MORE 0 R E GOLD at 12:31: this morning "side- up and traffic opened.

pier by immigration inspector that folk In every town-.--struggler" and swiped" a freight train at. Irvine Just around the bend north of For
they would not bo permitted to land straggler The struggler makes un Street just after leaving the A. C. L.
London, Oct. 14. 'Seventeen German New York. Oct. 14.-The fifth large mosa the water washed away the road
a* their arrival in this country under honest living, the straggler drifts be station. The freight train was mak-
ore steamer which ply in the shipment of gold and securities to bed and when No. 82 came along preceded -
contract to work in any factory is indirect around and floats around and lets his the
ing the siding to permit passen-
to made from England to the United
Baltic sea are missing according a by a wrecking train the engine
violation of the contract labor I wife make the living. Just so there Stockholm dispatch to the Exchange States within the past few weeks arrived ger to pass on its way north, but and one coach of the passenger train
law* are two kinds of folks in our churchthe in steel failed to get clear in time and the
and believedto today at-
Telegraph company are a express car were derailed the coach hanging in
The Britishers protested, saying religious strugglers, all moving tached the train from Portland passenger struck the freight amidships -
have been sunk by British subma- to regular the break. No one was hurt or injured -
that arrangements with the state de- some and going forward; the relig. rines. Me. The shipment is estimatedat ( completely demolishing one or but the accident caused many
partment had been made for their en. ious straggler is just drifting about, between $6,000,000 and $10,000,000. more box cars and blocking the road. near-heart failures. Several promi-
trance. meeting, maybe, today, anda Several hours occurred, but beyond
a prayer : LOST-An Airedale, black and tan, delay nent citizens were on the train en
Wilson was finally communicated theatre tomorrow, and a card party of the
i iI with leather collar; answers to Pianos for rent. Curtis & O'Neal, a shaking up passengersno route to Jacksonville. Several pas-
with and he authorized the Englishmen I the next day. name pf "Ben." Reward if returnedto further damage was done.
L. 1!. Fort. San Juan Garage. book and music store. Pianos for sengers returned to Orlando but oth-
to land and proceed to their des Program for Today
I 10-15-lt sale at a low price.to ers waited until the wreckage was
tination.It 8:15 a. m. Mr. Jeter will give a SENATOR DOXEGAX WAS IX A. their
cleared away and proceeded on
was explained by an official that chalk talk to the grammar grades at C. L. WRECK

the war has completely tied up the I the high school. At 10:30 a. m., ser- Lay Keel Of World's Greatest Senator A. E. Donegan, of Kissimmee journey.H. McDaniel's vegetable farm
seal dressing industry of Europe, and I vices at the church. At 2:30 p. m., was among the prominent Flori-
east Magnolia:: avenue resembled a
that the United States is entirely de- I service for women, led by Mrs. Jeter; dians visiting Orlando yesterday. The
small lake.
pendent on European labor for the ;and services again at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements Battleship, The U.S.S.CaliforniaXew senator was a passenger on the north East of Lake Fairview, on the
reason that there are no seal skin are being perfected for a bound train over the Atlantic Coast
road water for of
I Apopka a quarter a
dressers available here. great men's meeting Sunday after Line Wednesday nijht; en route to
For this reason Secretary Wilson noon. York, Oct. 14.-In the pres- the motors that operate the screws. Jacksonville, which was derailed at mile surged across the highway and
I
of the i ence of Secretary of the Navy Jose- Economy is said to be one of the traffic was impossible. Repairs will
agreed to the entry foreigners. I A cordial invitation is extended to Formosa, and after a wait of several
all to co-operate in the revival work. phus Daniels and a big crowd, the chief advantages of this system for hours, caught a passing auto and have to be made here as well as near
I keel of the California' the and low of the turbines Lockhart.
largest on speed only part
Bulgars Short of Shells came into the city. When seen by the
I mightiest battleship in the world and will be in use and the motors will be The Winter Park road was not
Athens via Paris, Oct. 14.-Bulgaria ': Sentinel scribe, he said he would return Washed fills eith-
damaged. away on
120 TRAINS AMMUNITIONI the first one to be driven by electricity equipped with a device that preventsthe
fresh start for
has in stock only 1,350 shells for was laid here today. screws from racing and rackingthe home and pet Florida.a er side of the highway were given immediate -
the metropolis of '
,
informationfrom
to
each gun, according I Secretary Daniels and other navy motors when lifted clear of the attention.
Serbian sources, and it is abso- I York Oct. 14.-Russia has officials praised the American naval water by heavy seas. I Southwest Orlando suffered, many
lutely essential for its troops to effecta i been receiving munitions of war from engineers who have made the electrically Comparison of the California and the DOUIIftFLEETIN 5 YEARS i houses having water on the ground
junction with the AustroGermanswho (Japan at an average rate of twenty driven battleship possible. Queen Elizabeth floors.
have invaded Serbia within a I train loads a day, for over three This system has been equipped aftera The Queen Elizabeth is the most Commissioners Johnson and Robertson
fortnight; It is reported from Sofia I three months, according to Cyrus notable showing by the collier Jupi- powerful ship in the British navy, 1 Washington, Oct. 14.-A new American earned their salaries yester-
that German officers and a number of i Robinson, a mining engineer of London ter, the first large ship to be so while the Califonia will be the largest fleet of dreadnauehts: battle day. Mr. Robertson had his troubles
German workmen who went there I who arrived here today on the equipped.It and according to American naval cruisers, submarines' and other necessary with drainage and sanitary sewers
from Constantinople erected a large steamship California from Liverpool. is the claim: of American naval constructors, the most powerful war auxiliaries is contemplated by and Mr. Johnson looked after the
munitions factory, which now is work'ing officers that the United States four vessel in the world. Secretary Daniels!! streets.

day and night. APPOINTED ClENEKAL AGENT teen inch guns kate (greater accuracy California. Q. Elizabeth A five year naval program is pro Jonestpwn was inundated. West
thah the ftritish pun of larger calibre. I f15.On0,0o0Cost flO,000,000 posed, at the ehd of which time from ftotinson avenue wad also covered
f Sertu Driven From Bulgaria Mr* UeOi A. Itutchinsott! has recently The American experts figure that the I !t2.nnntohha a _2f;00 fifteen to twenty dreadnaughts/: and with water Many stores!! on West!
Ijohdoh Oct 14.-Serbian troops returned from n business trip to l'alitorhl111 make severity pet Cent 11ihchArmor _12-lneh: battle Cruisers nearly' \one! hundred! Chyfeh street! suffered.!
Crossed! the Bulgarian frohllef rues I MacoH, tla., IhJhile there was ftp- more hits thah the tlut't'tEII aht'th 1214inch.Armament --; $ 15-lheh) submarines' about seventy! destroyers! the bHi'tfe' ttt Kobihson( M HpHhj on
day, says a iteutef dispatch from Ho). t>ulhted (general agent for ihp Oeuftist Bt 12.uyo J-rthls I td.H miles! ) \hd rah 22 :Hhth_ =;;;;;= ;==;====l It.illth and "Several''' !emit( (fUl't'fi) and it proportionate the >gttnf"Fd highway was reported
fia, end atUrnbted, ttf t,c?urty heights Casualty Company tof the foiUmint pierce the Ilflt ;$hef's. heaviest! armor! f tnrpena, tul'I! ? ==i1 t@rpe'io lobes number\ efte tit tillariag I put ma nf pfimwi i"R,
situated, nn ituttfbrtan! territory well I tefHU-ry! iWrti Diane, 0!l ewlrti I 'hi that dlstahe@t UT feet , = = fleam' = -== ==. 94 feet:: would( added. to t the present fleet. A myMery wpupred in the rear efRhofiiT
fJt lIeh.lttIIMi"htt ft.htltll. \\ hkhfallgwesl i'ltlk, 1I111.1'lftrllh; flymter and! I'1dtn.'", 8he will turn Iii) far furl and the 30:\ feel - Prayght2 feet With the seventy: sykmrtrines already Ortf 4f1'. re&idenee! on Lake
l Ia'ted all day, but the b@rhs; I I tnetl@ counties Ite will make hl* steam generated 1 m t her iottersvil| tint; feethen@Ih - -650 feet! built and t building, the\ total} undersea! street when a Me ten feet deep and
finally\ were fflIII"tl4: and the Ilul.I t headitiatterd in UfUnda with 1I a drive tyrtmea\ ",hid1ft turn will i .OO& - If, P-----..,.,-,.6QOOQl craft' would teta( ) about\ 170 in five\ 'our feet! *id@ was gouged in the
I gars themselves espied the height, 'branch I I pffiee in Tampa drive the djnaroos that supply power Knots - - Speed ...n25 knots years, Fond' ,



DAILY I I CHICAGO CRIPPLED POPULATION FOR LIFE.It I Poem For The Day I A

South Florida Sentinel is estimated that more than

MORNING AND WEEKLY I JOlM,000 Europeans have been place J WAR NARCISSUS OXALIS

*'. 7:. GLENN .. .. ...... .........Edits hors de combat for the rest of the
W. t. ESSI.NGTOX:" . . Rutineu MmnagrcEntered
whence
Ah glace
war and probably for a life timeComparisons yon ,
OrlaAdo. That fires the arch of heaven.tha1
:
at the iwctoffire at Florida are interesting and give .
u Second C\asa Mail Matter. dark red smoke
one an idea of the terrible torture Plotting the silver moon? The stars
SUBSCRIPTION. RATES........... We wish to announce that in addition to our regular Seed Stock, we have added all kind of
Daily. 1 Sear ......... ... 15.00 of modern war. Chicago is a city of are quenchedIn
Daily. C Months ...................... 2.50 darkness and pure and spanglingsnow Flower Bulbs,-Hyacinths, Tulips, Freesias. Narcissus Oxalis and other bulbs.
Daily. Months ...................... 1.26Dailr. 3,000,000 people. Let us suppose that
1 Month ....................... 0Weekly. in October, 1916, the entire population Gleams faintly through the gloom:

1 Year ...................... $1.00 of Chicago had been crippled- that gathers 'round!
Bulk Garden SeedWe
-- ----- -- Hark that whose swift and
-- legs lost, eyesight destroyed, hands to roar I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN
deafening peals
i
shot and one of ten thou-
ADVANCETO away any
In countless echoes through the mountains I
sand tortures inflicted them.
ADVERTISERS upon ring have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows,-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, Early
Then one could readily see what war Startling pale midnight on her starry
throne! Winningstadt Cabbage, Surehead Cabbage. Snow Ball Cauliflower, Red Wethersfield Onion Seed, White
far diiplay and all ether hand-act That is what the European
.JTcrtiiinf Copy DUe be handed in at the bniintu means. Now swells the intermingling din; Milan Turnip White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Globe Turnip, Amber Globe Turnip, Yellow Aberdeen Tur-
ends the total
and before it -
.(&c..f the Sentinel not.later than 2 p. IB.th war means the jar I nip, Seven Top Turnip, Rape, Italian Rye, Winter Barley, Alaska, Champion England and Marrofat

to* chancea day before for putliratioa.contract advertising This rule:applies it IebI.arialle population of Chicago, Philadel. Frequent and frightful of the bursting English Peas, Cow Horn TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce, Wood's Cabbage Let-

and will be strictly adhered to.Subacri..n phia and New York will be requiredto bomb; tuce, Long Danver Carrots, etc
The falling beam, the shriek the
loss of the ,
: desiring The Sentinel d&conClnued match the humanity on groan, the shout, We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get fresh
Yet there
should notify the office in writing on European battlefields. arEa The[ ceaseless clangor, and the rush garden seed.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be few people in the United States of menInebriate
continued at the regular subscription rates with rage-loud and more
wild and crazed to actually want war.
until notice to stop is received.
Telephone NaBb-r ...................... SIFIUDAY When the war is over there won't be loud
The discord grows; 'till pale death DE.
OCTOBER 13, 1915. a nation in Europe big enough or with shuts the scene, ..
sufficient strength to pick a quarrel And o'er the conqueror and the conquered

with Rhode Island. draws The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + his cold and bloody shroud. Of all

+ FORTY W.XTD5.. TODAY + a the men
+ + Let us hope we won't have another Whom day's departing beam saw CITY DRUG STORE
wet winter. blooming there,
+ Are you noticing the growthof + In proud and vigorous health; of all I

+ the Sentinel want ad. department + the hearts ORLANDO FLORIDA
For many years Jefferson B. life
That beat with anxious at sunset
+ +
?-forty today, page 7. If I.
Browne, of Key \Vest, has been one there.
+ you would have results try an + of the prominent men of this state, How few survive how few are beating ... _
+ ad. in this section. Sentinel want + now!
nit of late has not been much before
I
+ ads. bring quick returns. + All is deep silence, like the fearful -
the public. It is now stated that he calm
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + WHITES DESERT YOU BET : 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
may become a candidate for a placeon That slumbers in the storm's portentous i

o the court bench. He is a pause; '
Now that the wireless telephone supreme Save when the frantic wail of widowed Grass Valley, Cal.-The old town of
thorough lawyer, and is the kind of
has been invented Orlando wives can man who would make an able and just Comes shuddering love on the blast, or the You Bet, which once had a population' J

hear what husbands are discussing at udge.-Clearwater Sun. faint moan of more than 1,000 persons, is now i i: Guessing ContestThe ij
lodge meetings and at the office. o With which some soul bursts from the occupied exclusively by Chinese. i i
frame of day !
o "Mutt and Jeff" in Europe is attracting Wrapt 'round its struggling powers. About seventy-five Chinese miners '
Serbia may save Constantinople as in the drift mines there
a great deal of attention. PERCY BYSSIIE SHELLEY. are employed
Belgium saved Paris. However, it However[ Bud Fisher, their creator, and reside with their families in the :
wouldn't cause any heart failure to hasn't put them into print with those - --- ---- ---- houses once occupied by the whites. guessing contest closed Monday evening and the

see Constantinople swept into Asiatic marks on. Auto LiveryPhone The last saloon in the town has been '
Turkey. poison gas o closed, the present population afford- j jar of peas was turned over to the Accounting Depart-

o The name of the South Florida 632J. ing no patronage. | ment of the Peoples' Bank. They: found 2753 peas in the
BASEBALL AND
been settled, and the ___ _
having
highway
HEALTH. allowus E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. -- - ---i jar and awarded the ham to Mrs. P. L. Billingsley, 410
down
lendenhall case quieted ,

Boston Baseball is champion is over until of the next world.spring.AU to suggest that the press debate Two Cars in Service for Day or ORLANDO CONCRETE{ [ West Street. Her_guess was 2737.

this subject: If Rachel was a prettygirl Calls
the world loves a winner, particularly and kept her face clean, why did Night Remember we have the best groceries, and it is a
baseball winner because the is
game Jacob cry when he kissed her?- ------ WORKS
the one game in America that has pleasure to serve you.
Clearwater Sun. Cook & Co.
A. B.
been kept clean. We admire a clean
o
wholesome fight, a battle in which
HARDEST THINGSIndianapolis Orlando. 407 LONG STREETAll
Christ Building
manhood strives for victory. ,
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
o
( Star)
WRONG FONTGARTER.
The hardest thing in the world fora INVESTMENTS, LOANS
is not to talk about golf.
golfer
A fellow walked the full length of STOCKS AND classes of Concrete work
The hardest thing for young moth- Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Brickell avenue the other day with done. Concrete Building Blocks,
ers is not to compare notes about
one hose supporter dangling along at their babies. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESDressmaking I II Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Ben-
his feet. We didn't laugh at him, or Rose Phones: 3 and 2001
The hardest!' thing for magazine ed. ches, White Way Posts,
call his attention to the error in his I
itors is to print poetry that means I and Vine Trelices, Fence and
make-up, yet this same will Orlando Fla.
geezer something.And ParlorMiss I Post Parts, Ero.ptianVas"es 6 and 8 E. Pine ,
snicker and josh us every time he Hitching
the hardest thing for a prospective -
finds a "t" turned upside down in the of every: description,
lodge member to do is to convince -
Herald.-Fort Lauderdale Herald. ililMililiMMMIiMliMIIMIIilMMMMIIIIIIliiYancey !.
himself that the initiatory work and Bird Fountains. Bring your II

APPLICABLE TO o will be all ritualistic and not horse Margaret R. Hamilton plans and get estimate for con- --- ---- ----- --- -

ORLANDO.A I play. crete work. Call and see our

lot of worthless dogs roam the for present located at 107 S. Or- granite and other natural rock

city streets at night and knock over PARCEL POST TO ARGENTINA faced building blocks. Plans
A,
'e. Inc.FULLY
ange Meat Market
the trash cans looking for food. Burleson and estimates made. All work I I IT.
an-
Postmaster General
There is a general complaint all over guaranteed. PAID UP
the city about these dogs and the nounced recently that a parcel post

best way to stop their depredationsis convention has been concluded between The public and all former A. YANCEY Jr.. Pres and Mgr.

for those who are troubled by themto i the United States and the Ar- patrons invited to call. ORLANDO. FLORIDA

put a load of fine shot into them gentine Republic, to take effect next '

which will keep them at home for a 'riday.' Of all the nations of South $ 29.15'WASHINGTON Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

few days at least. If the owners of and Central America, Paraguay is the Florida and Western Meats

all the dogs in Sanford were requiredto only one now without such a con.ention FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

pay a license on them and keep with this country. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
with Argentina corresponds D O. C C.
The agreement; ;
them at home at night the citizens
to those in effect with the I, Special' Attention to Hotel' and Out of Town Order.
would not be bothered by them.-Sanford -
Herald. other South American countries. The Business '135 P.O. BOXaa6
o weight limit is eleven pounds, and the AND RETURNVIA PHONES | Redtne, |3j Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

'TWAS EVER TILL'S.The rate is 12 cents a pound. In as much I .

fickle multitude! Roaring with as Argentina is one of the largest of : '. VANILLA

the Latin-American countries, the
enthusiasm one day over a new hero TUTI FRUTI
and intoxicating him with its applause new service is expected to be of much .
value to American ex- Atlantic Coast Line arket
commercial GUAVA
it throws him down the next The ::

when he fails to measure up and crucifies porters. ICE CREAMS.
him with its insult and derision The postmaster general announceshe Standard Railroad of the South OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
his efforts to obtain a
as has been the wont of multitudes will renew OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
.
and to apply domestic
order system
moved in herds. A money
since men first
letter rates throughout the FRESH AND SALT MEATSKept
baseball star one day. none so poor
as to do him reverence the next. Lookat three Americas. AUTO LUNCHES Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th under the best sanitary conditions.

Alexander of the Phillies. No -- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
A SPECIALTYCLUB Extended to Nov. kith: on payment -
wonder the world abounds in cynics FOR WASHINGTON'S HOME and pure.

sneering at the boisterous, braying Baltimore, Md.-The British steam- of $1.00 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

crowds wild over their hero today and ship Annapolis, from Middleboro, everything in the Meat Line.

trampling him under foot tomorrow. England brought here yesterday a Steel Pullman Electric Lights i

And the politician, enraptured by the consignment; of paving; stones to be SANDWICH !5c. Electric Fans EC.PBONE :'r. Self & Go.

same music of the crowd's applauseand used in restoring the portico ofIount
I PINE STREET
swelling with the consciousnessthat Vernon, Washington's home on the I NO. 80

he is a leader of men, to whom Potomac. There are twenty-one cases' I

the world pays trbiute, is no less a of the stone, obtained from the quarry We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed For Information Call on

sucker than his young brother of the which supplied the original stone 'D. WHITE, D. T. A.

diamond; for he, too, is riding to a of the structure, over 150 years aero. and Delivered for All I'Y.W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A

fall and is sure to bump the bumps To T. W. Ridley, justice of the Occasions Orlando

when he parts company with the pop- peace Middleboro: is due the success CHALMERS AGENCYNew

ular prejudices that made the mob his of the committee on getting

own. We yelled ourselves hoarse for I stone of the original quarry for the 1 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III 11111 III 11111 11111 III ItSelf

Bryan: all over the South until we almost restoration' purposes. Several sam.pies -
will arrive about the
had throat disease, and thoughthim of the original stone, much worn Chalmers 6.107 passenger

the greatest of the great, but were sent to Mr. Ridley by the com Flour 20th.

when we found that he couldn't deliver mittee having the matter in charge. Rising

the goods we dropped him cold, and We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

thousands of the very men who PAVING ON OAKLAND-ORLANDC While they last, a few 24 pound sacks for 75c.
brayed the loudest for him are now ROAD

his fiercest critics. Not much dignity Progress on the OrlandoOaklandhighwa Our stock of Feeds and Provisions is kept fresh.In .

in human nature when you size It in has reached a point about
buying we always specify the best. If we don't
:
the mass.-Lakeland Telegram. one mile east of Winter Garden AUTO TONING STATION

--0CIlUlSTI.S Work is temporarily stopped because get the best we frankly tell you and price the stuff so
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of lack of brick.A .
+ PRESENT HINT + that you can afford to buy it.

+ + GOOD INVESTMENTIs Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

+ The Daily Sentinel would be a +
PHONE 447
that will yield a guarantee*: L I
for + one
Christmas present your
+ fine ,
We handle in
+ friends up North. The Weekly + come income investments for ten years.yielding 8 per cen The Co-Operative Produce Co.

+ Sentinel would also prove ac- + net regularly. Real Estate BondsMortgages --- --- -- --------
Also some attractive + and Income Investments W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 .
+ ceptable.
should yield 8 cen Ads Get ResultsT'H
+ clubbing offers. Call and see us. + Your in Florida.money A. B. Cook & Co.per. Orlan Sentinel Want

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ITEMS FROM TAFT OAKLAND NEWS NOTES Episcopal mission.
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: Miss Neal, of Cartersville, Ga.,
Taft, Fla., Oct. 13.-Everything: ivery = I Oakland, Fla., Oct. 13.-:Mrs.: Carrie ,,came the first of the week to visit her
. I Wells, of Jacksonville, came last !j i relatives and to accompany her niece*. |;
. quietCarl Sphaler has gone on a vacation week to visit her mother, :Mrs.: Wise, I little Marguerite and Meredith Neal, | : "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j
to South Carolina for a few, for several days.: i who have been pending, several
weeks. Rev. W. L. Latham and family, of !months at their crandfather's; .
Mr,JS. Kizk, of the Kizk Bros., has South Carolina, came to take their '- ". -
bought the cement block on the corner home among us at the Presbyterian ..y -i Unless Budded i
of Palm avenue and Fourth street ''I parsonage. The community extendsto FOR SALE '
of Dr. Filbert and will raise the roof them a hearty welcome. '
to a two story building and make oth- I Mrs. Baxter Brock and baby, Lou- from Bearingtrees
-
er improvements, when he will occupy I ise, returned from her parents' home I
it for a store and also have fine liv- I iin :Midway: Tenn., on Wednesday of 5 acres, quarter mile from city, half
ing rooms. He desires to get to Taftas Hast week. in bearing budded orange and' of a known

soon as possible to enjoy himself | :Mr. and Mrs. J. MacDonald: and grapefruit, $1,500.
and get his children into a good I son, Jack, our Oakland hotel proprietor 10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young
school. came on last Wednesday from bearing grove; small house. $2,000. Quantity and
Mrs. A. Hill and A. M. Bristol were Mt. Arlington, New Jersey. They 10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good
in Orlando Wednesday.J. were accompanied from New York on citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking
S. Barklow and :Mayor: Boyce the steamer by their friends, :Mr.: and land. $600.00.

were in Orlando Friday. :Mrs.: Cope, of the Bronx, New York, 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small Quality of Pro-
The L. A. S. failed on the ice cream who visited for a few days and returned grove; 4-room house; good barn
social Saturday night, as the cream to their home Monday. and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200

was carried past by the trainmen. Lawrence Smith has just put downan 40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small duction."--0.W.
Don't know whether the railroad
men artesian well for :Mr.: S. J. Briley, house, garage and outbuildings. ,
like ice cream or not. at the depth of 180 feet. The land corners on large spring
Mr.:: and Mrs. A. L. Wright and :Mr.: Guy Michael has gone to Lake Cityto lake. Very cheap, $1,500. tt. 4 5, Conner.
and :Mrs.: R. Safford motored to Kis-
resume his studies at Columbia 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, -
simmee in Mr. .
Wright's auto Sunday.Mr.
College. We wish him success. 1000.
and Mrs. Beck of Orlando, Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
were business callers in Taft Monday. Mrs. Huxtable, of Orlando, president City and Country grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
of the third district of the W.
Miss Clara Hickert left for Bas-
C. T. U., address at the
gave an At War
singer on :Monday where she has a Property
church The talk
on Tuesday. was
position in the schools.
We very helpful and instructive.Miss Time PricesCALL Two in their and actual demonstration
understand that J. D. :Miller years ago advertising by THE OCKLAWAHA
Vera Wren, of Clermont,
(now of Tampa) has bought the over the first of last week transact-was NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

Flummerfelt it. property and will improve ing business for the Citrus Exchange, OR PHONE nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

The music of the saw and hammeris of which she is bookkeeper.Rev. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
quite lively now as improvementsare S. Thompson has returned E. C. YoungRoom trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
from his vacation at Clearwater and 10, McNeill & Davis Block. five clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their
being made on several residencesand years, are strong suit in nursery produc-
more to follow. We hear of sev- is holding regular services at the Phone 569. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

eral who are coming who intend to trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
build homes when they arrive. Very I
few vacant houses now that are not interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
i time and to bring it into bearing.
rented for the winter. money
Among the guests registering at : Hammond & Gore Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone,but buy your trees where

the Nelson House the past week were I you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

R. J. Wilbur, Holyoke, Mass.; John FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Harper, Dubuque, Iowa C. T. Jones, J
; I 4t Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
Toledo, Ohio; B. W. Jamieson, Newark 4r t
N. J.; T. O. Galliger, Buffalo, I r Real Values Low Prices Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
N. Y, and W. R. Hawkins, Zanesville, i work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

Ohio. COMPARE way, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
Geo. K. Thomas, who recently returned comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
from the North, is making arrangements -;
for building an addition, OUR FURNITUREWe
porches, etc., to his house on Sixth
avenue, as he intends to make Taft provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
his permanent home in the future. cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Ocklawaha Nurseries
No more cold winters (and summers an article' is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We I
also) for him, and so say we all. can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation I
Gardens are coming on nicely now stones of this business and that means much to any buyer. O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
since the rains, and give promise of
a nice fall crop. :Many: are settingnew
strawberry beds which are looking G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
fine. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK ,
!

Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida !
Read the Morning :Sentinel ror the 1 1111 I I III I I I I III I II I I I II 1111 MMMMM 1......., I I MMMMMMttMIIMIMMIIM*..
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THE BIG STOREThe






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


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


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

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

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



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yt' Is now particularly, when! its n bit too early for The best Shoes made for the School I Children. We have them

the Derby. The Fall JUocks mv built on lines that

can be described by only ono word, "dtatinguliih-( in all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.Prices .

id." Thy varying models: assume a becoming
.fd $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50
,
,J effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up.





NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODSCUEPE


DE CHINE, 10 Inches wide, large selection GABARDINE, 48 inches wide, very popular, in all CU.\R IISE, a beautiful lustrous silk in black and

of new shades to choose from . . . . . . .1.-.0 the wanted shades" . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 white 40 inches wide . . . . . . . . . . .$2.25

imOAD CLOTHS, Chiffon Finish, 51 inches wide,

PLAID SILKS, large line, all the newest combina SHEPHERD CHECKS, all sizes; these are very..y sponged and shrunk, $2.00, $1.75 and . . . .$1.50FRENCH
good this season, $2.25, $2.00, $1.25 and . . .90c _
tions, 21 and 36 inches, and priced at $1.75 SERGE, a I'inches wide, black and navy

STRIPED TAFFETA combinations an exceptional value . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50
$1.50 and .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 SILKS, beautiful _
36 inches wide . . . . . . . . . . .$1.30; STORM SERGE, 51 inches wide, black, white and

navy . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . .$1.25;
HLACK TAFFETA SILKS, new line in all grades, *
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, 36 inches wide, STORM SERGE, 48 inches wide in cream, all wool,

36 inches wide, $1.30; $1.25; and . . . . . . .$1.00 beautiful oft finish, in all the wanted shades. $1.30; extra value .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .7c;





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/HTIVKNDEH' : : COMES:/' 10 RELIEVE: : : l.STEOPATIW; I'inWUAN" AND
NKJIIT AGENT: Dl'NN l"+UItG EON:


It I-I i n pleasure to the many friend Dr. Houi'll, -osteopathic' physician
of :Mr.: It. E.; Sthrndcr to nee him and announces that no hits To Wear
lurFt'un. Ready
again greeting the traveling public nt ilumtrd University,
here ho took post( irrmluutu work (m
the Coast Line having
passenger depot rye, ear nova and throut diseases.
rome up from Ilnrtow he Also physical," diagnosis/ nerves(
has been for nome years to relieve heart, lungs kidneys and other vi..

Dally 01! Items Night Agent )Dunn, who U taking N ceno gnus I,db and('""t'lt'ctrothu&ll'f.nnt".. Office, (' .henry ronta-buildIng - - - V
Budget ConcerningThe well earned vacation at his old home opt| |/xinit, :Sun; Juan hotel Telephone .
In Georgia. Mr. Stlvender was agent' : Office U7: residence HUM.I
Town And Rollins College for the company In Orlando elevenyears Distinctive Styles and Match-
-- - --
ago, and made friends for the
less Values in
railroad as well as himself with all
I.'LOOUT WINTER I'AKK LAYS W. C. TEMPLE: IS DOWN) FOR AN whom he came In contact by his courteous

IIAIIE OLD KAILWAYSYSTEM I ADDRESS deportment. Mr. Stivender'sfamily RememberThat
A rail has been sent out by the is here with him.
In the short pace of twenty-four Plant City board of trade for all commercial Suits Coats

hours Wednesday the rainfall in Winter associations of 1Ii111I
I and civic Mr. L. II. Woolsey, who will be ,
Park amounted to 12.19 inches I borough county to meet at Plant City pleasantly remembered by many as .
according to the official observation.The i the night of October 19 to form a having at one time affiliated with the if you spend any money at
lakes have risen nearly two :county board of trade to affiliate with Etc. At This StoreHave
of the Orland hotel
management was ,
the Model Cafe it will be
feet. During the height of the down the South Florida Chamber of Commerce paid.
in the city yesterday en route from
pour the water backed up to the en- The principal address of the Bartow to Terre Haute, Ind., where out in Orlando to our local deal-
trance of the establishments of W. II. meetng will be delivered by William .
he will visit relatives and friends.Mr.
Schultz and the Vick Millinery Par Winter Park ers.
Chase Temple, of president
Woolsey is now manager of the
lors in the new Schultz building on of the South Florida organization Oaks hotel in Bartow.Mr. YOU seen the Ready-to-

East Park avenue. The flood was and every body in the county This is the way to build a \Vear that is the subject of so
held at this level and prevented from eligible for membership is expectedto d
Mrs. Jesse Allen returnedto -
and
sweeping into the rooms by overflowing send a large delegation.The town. much comment? With styles
their home, 206 East Church street
the freshly laid sidewalk just Tampa board of trade, the Val-
south of the building and emptyingupon rico Improvement association and all last evening from Burns Tenn., Our Sunday chicken dinners well established, your choosingnow
where they have spent the summer.
the lower ground alongside the civic organizations of the county are and those served throughout the will be done from the larg-
street. egpected to be represented stronglyat
The water level at one time reached the meeting and a live, wide awake TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY week, all at the price of 25c., are est and best assortments. New

within a few inches of the doorsill of Hillsborough county board of trade is
,> shipments have been received to
for the .
the residence of R. L. Betts just east ebpected to result from the gathering.Mr. LAWN MOWERS 'sharpened and the best money.In I
of the The "Mugwump," or repaired at Orlando Bicycle and fill the vacancies caused
avenue. Temple's address will be on the Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc daily receipt of fresh oys by
tank for the disposal of surface water subject, "Organization and Cooperation t'
)
from the streets, proved entirely inadequate I ," and besides this there will bean FOR RENT-Two or four furnishedrooms ters. earlier selling, and many; new

to take care of the torrents interesting program, including mu'sical for light housekeeping.! No. '" assortments have been added,
which fell all during the afternoonand selectinons by the Plant City 10 North Garland street. Call in the Open day and night.TheModel .
10-15-Ct
evening. The need of an ade- iand. afternoon. I making stocks larger and more

quate system of storm sewers was FOR SALE-Seven passenger car satisfactory than ever before.
demonstrated with greater force than BAND PRACTICE with privilege of bus line and hotel I
ever before. At the Lyric theatre last night the transportation business. Address! You'll realize the advantage inpurchasing
One interesting sidelight on the effects Winter Park-Orlando band held its I Rossmore Inn, Windermere. Fla. Cafe
10-15-3tc here when
of the flood is the fact that it second rehearsal. The attendancewas I you examine -

uncovered the remains of the old Winter good and several rather difficult Subscribe for the morning Sentinel. I the garments, realize
Park street railway on the avenue The
pieces were gone over. men are
---- -- --- ------ - - their
the Seaboard I --- r quality and pee their
leading to depot very enthusiastic over their organization -

Years ago the tracks were clayed over and expect to give the tOWh afirst prices.
and many people had forgotten that class bond.AMUIlKlt.
they ever existed, until the ties were ----- SpecialsThursday
laid tare by the rushing water, : 1 IMI'ltOVKMtttrr; : ----

The tIe ill the lake levels Caused!: W. II. llryatt has fottimehfed work

temporary. tta'uHmtlelu'e' tu IHattywhoere tin the election of ft residence' upon Sweaters and Italian Smocks

\*. Uhftlile, tu letti'h! their bunts' the lot which I he, recently 'jiutehasttlf Friday, Saturday
hkh had' been tied up (halite\! (heir Freeman Hunter, lucateii on the ":::,::0- = =

l.tmt housed before the nun began., renter of CIJIIOtOt.1lilHI\! imlittim\ &veAIUUUONAI : lltiellm more rt&ioiwe every
The A, i U I I.. wreck Ht' Fonnuait f 11I'U\'t'II l lIt flues! 4 ))) tll\! \>', Our full flfwulmt'iit 1 Is In-

great= attract inn and was vi..ite II l l II y :21: I pound Nitk. ,. Ml Ill-Ing flour , . . . . . . . . . . . .WH21 tl1 h'n t'I iy fnh'r litlnar=lt rnlhrtwts
)iundrels! of people tram Hotlina CoU I.OCALH' nllsnlutttly the very West in
I lags and! Winter, I'ttlK, :: I pound' .NH-K,. I i'ill oury Flour , . . t. . . . . . t' . ,IHlr)(> vogue,

rl'tlllJ -- Tu Mr J. T, Hendricka! returned to Orlando :21: I pound Any Utah (Irmlu Flour' "It t It It It It It' It It WrU1 ) ;, '; }t J IN HWKATEHS: we have all the

It.UN Hill1 UAVIONA last evening from un eUemleJ! told Medal Flour . !one) > 31. 7 : newest plain colors, also tho
pound , . . ,
Aba Hunter, J, J K. Parker ' ' '' I '
Jr. Freer, western trip where he went to look {! 1' .., two-toned Reversible and "Om-
and Mr. Gilbert, who started! for after business mutters us well as to 18 pounds: of Hire for . . . . . . . , . . . It. . $1.00()() ,1 1j"T II II ,\ ,, bro" effect.

a day's fishing at Uuytonu early yesterday bee the country.Skating ;3 i pound can Ho cdale IVaches worth :'I5c, for . , . . 20c: I, ''iI' r.. .1'\ 's11t \ t\ IN ITALIAN SMOCKS wo have

Winter morning Park, because were forced of the to returnto washout Rink, mornings. Tuesday :1 cans Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-<>ci )II I:; :, i* d1 : : u garment that is destined. to be-

of bridges due to the heavy rain and Friday open morning, ladies only. :i lcnnH Peas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-">c ," \ '\. \\1. .l,.:',. ; come Made of extremely the famous fashionable
.. : "Kayser"silk
lo-is-atc: e6 :
afternoon and night. '
Wednesday : Sour Kraut, per ran . . . . ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc J\\U11.\ .' y)1! 1'1 it is: carried out in nil the
Commissioner C. W. .:n1l \ high pa.stal colors and also in
ONE DAY'S IIKVKI.OPMEXT: : County : Mutter, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3': c 4 t/'I
minger and :Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Up. \ shades suitable for street wear.
ITEMS: IN FLORIDA church, prominent and popular citi- Sugar 16 pounds for . . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . .$1.00 t'1', r..; '"' P '_I.-"'" Some are trimmed in real fur,
Winter Park has hundred-aero \ !
a \
,
golf course with which to entertain zens of Longwood, spent yesterday in 3 packages;: Corn "Flakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-:ic =, ..1 \' r-t-... /\ others in imported swansdown
Orlando greeting friends and trans- > \\1. .'r\ -many being used as evening
tourist visitors.-Turn pa Times. acting business. ::1) Packages;: Post Tosties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2."c:!: ..j "- wraps:

WINTER PARK NOTES Arbuckle Coffee, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18c (t L-; We guarantee our prices to be

. Mrs. W. W. Brown and son, Howard 6 Argo Starch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:2.:>c u 20 per cent lower than any storein
of Anderson Ind., arrived yesterday Florida.
L. A. Morris, of Chicago spent several to spend the winter with Mrs. 8 bars Soap for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:2.:>c
hours the streets of Winter
upon. frown's sister, Mrs. S. E. Limpus of 3 Old Dutch Cleanser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c:
Park yesterday.R. this city. Mrs. Brown is a trap drum.
2 cans Baxter Maine Corn . . . . . . . . . . .' . . . . .-oc
mer of rare ability having played
McBride. of St. Louis Mo. {fj
with some of the best musical organi-
spent terday.C. some. hours in Winter Park yes. zatoins of the North. "Kampus Togs"iicQ


Capt. B. G. Smith-, one of Oviedo's ( For Young MenWe
E. Rinaldi of Tampa who is popular and substantial citizens, spent T. A. MANNAnnouncement
well known in Winter Park, spent
yesterday in Orlando greeting friends
have secured the local
some time here Thursday. and mingling with business associates. agency
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The captain says his section was vis- for these magnificently tailored gar-
Ellison Adams, editor of the Win-
with the heaviest -
ited Wednesday night
ter Park Post is moving into his office downpour of rain that was ever ments-another step towards our
to the rear of the Shepherd grocer P
known even by the old timers. supremacy in Men's Wear. Fabrics
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Miss Sophia Dallas Hazel tone arrived t are of the finest; cut and style posit- '
J. B. Coleman representing the
Loose-Wiles Biscuit company, spent in Orlando last evening from ively the newest; absolute correct fit
Charleston W. Va., on a visit to her
several hours in Winter Park yester- We are moving into our new building, and
cousin, Mrs. Walter Wescott, at her guaranteed.Our .

day. home near Rock lake. Miss Hazel- will have stock of
a new goods on display splendid assortment includesthe
tine with her parents resided in this
J. K. Nickerson, president of theJ.
city several years ago and has many double breasted Vests, single
'manufacturers
K. Nickerson -
company
friends who will extend her a warm Thursday MorningW.
of lockers and school supplies welcome. breasted coats, full English and
visited Winter Park yesterday.W. .
semi-English Styles, etc., all expres-
Get your next shave at the Stand-
P. Wilkison, of New York rep- ard. 18-21-tf sed in fine qualities of Cheviots, Worsted -
resenting the Austin Nichols company H. SCHULTZ

wholesale importing grocers, :Mr. and :Mrs. Ira A. Traver. aftera and Vicuna Serges, Overplaids,

was in town yesterday visiting the most enjoyable summer spent at
Winter Park FloridaMIMMMIIMMMMlMMMIIMilMMMMMMIfllMM Plain Grays and Plain Blues. Prices
trade. Fine View, N. Y., will return next :

week to their pretty home, 502 South from $16.50 to $25.00.To .
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Mr. and :Mrs. W. 11. Ward who East street. They are returning ear. -- ---- ------

have been visiting in Demorest Ga.. lier than usual this season and have each purchaser of a suit we will

and different points of interest in the been in touch with the happenings in present a pair of spats: to match suit,
Carolinas for the past three month, Orange county by having the Sentinel -
returned yesterday to Winter Park. visit them in the Empire State. I Winter Park Auto Co. j Co0t'f44bted.l9U and a drinking cup.Dicksonlves.
cow K......... A craw

Irving\ Ilork, of Akron Ohio n Rol :Mr. Ira J. Johnston, of Arcadia, -
linn boy, received n visit\ yesterday wan. among! the visitors to Orlando
from his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: N .::\1. yesterday. Mr. Johnston wa here

Berk, and his brother, Bernard Berk, for the purpose of meeting hill family BUICK and FORD CARS

who is attending Stetson University who had been visiting relatives in -

at I> Land.K. Jacksonville. The train on which he Co.

expected them was delayed several I Repairing Painting and Auto | |
I' Cain, of the Good Roads :Machine : hours by the washout near Formosa, ,

company, of Atlanta spent part so he stopped over here and passed SuppliesOPEN
of yesterday in Winter Park while the time away with friends. Mr

some repairs were being made to his Johnston resided in Orlando for a

car. Mr. Cain left Atlanta Monda. number of years, but he is now engaged DEPAIM STORE

en route to Winter Haven on business. in the mercantile business in ... ...
and reports that the roads between DeSoto county and has many friends DAY AND NIGHT "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"WintorParkNows

Winter Park and that city are in a here who will be pleased to learn that I

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SOCIETY CALENDAR
On the second and third Wednes- episode in two parts.
Friday. October: 13.: \
Majestic.
"The Woman From Warren's
W. C. T. U. days, the topics for discussion will be -
Topic: "Loyal Temperance in two parts.
j Legion." Leader. Mrs. R. Bel- "Certain Interesting People" and Beauty. "A Deal in Diamonds."

lamy. among these are to be "John Muir," Five and ten cents.

by Mrs. Gore; "Julia Lathrop and the
MRS. FORDE ACCEPTS HONORARY
Children's Bureau Mrs. Hood; "Henry Mr. and
Mrs. Geo.
MEMBERSHIP INBOARD I E.Iacy were
Ford," Mrs. Howes "Ida Tarbell,"
; the home
folks
among
OF TRADEMr. returning to I
Mrs. McNeill "Alice Brown" Mrs. I
; the last
city
Chas. P. Dow President of the evening on the belated
Orlando Board of Trade. Starbuck; "John Burroughs.Irs.". Coast Line train from the north. -
Walker "John Greenleaf Whittier
;
Dear Sir:-In the name of the two They have visited many points of in-
"Lillian Wald, Mrs. Schnarr; "Jane
terest but made their
organizations which I represent, the longest sojournat o
v Civk League, and the Daughters of Addams," Mrs. Greenwood; "Chas. Nyack X. Y. They report having We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have o

the American appreciation Revolution of the I wish to W.Once Eliot.each month there will be a were spent glad a most to reach enjoyable home. time, but hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is 1

express courtesy
social afternoon with Mrs. Laubach, only 25c., including engraving, and they .
of the Board of Trade in extending tome I are very popular.
:Mrs.: Townsend, Mrs. Watson, and
the privilege of honorary member i
Miss Hainer as hostesses. I

ship.The Civic League is in a way, a AT THE ROSALIND+ CLUB Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

sort of auxiliary to the Board of
An informal dance at the Rosalind
Trade the work being along the lines
ri. -ell
Club last evening marked the openingof
of progress and uplift for this city, that popular club's season. The -0= -
and so it is fitting that the Civic
committee in charge was Miss Mar.
Leijrae have honorary representationn
garet Hart and Miss Eloise Robinson.It .
: that body. I is announced that "gentlemen'sevening" Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" '&p ;H f :; 2 Unusual Designs
As for the D. A. R., I would like to | '
hereafter will not be strictlyobsen.ed
say a few words to correct a wrong j *V>:-Wiw '. Some in fact
I' during the coming season. ,-.: "t> people a great many,
impression which seems to exist in The club will be open every Thursday HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP $C'-;( : d prefer unique and original effects

some places. The Daughters of the I afternoon, however, and at stated intervals :';:-\ "-' '*" mCOLEMAN ; in wall decorations. We anticipate

American Revolution is not in any .' I/I a .-in a; these demands and always carry in
there will be special invitation OX WEST PINE STREET. JUST ;fI'
sense a social organization. It is affairs.lcIntosh's:: orchestra fur- j.'I ,I >- ",,,1'\\.' .;,' stock something entirely different
purely patriotic. When we wish to ": '0 " .< from others. Will call here or1t
ACROSS 1"'c u t"- you
The nished music last night. FROM FOUNDRY. .
gasoline
con- have a social time we must have a + 'a'." ", .cite G ,.. I., will we send our sample book to you?

special meeting! for that purpose en- W. C. T. U. TODAY , I \: ',1)
sumption is tirely separate from our regular 1p, j ;
unusu- Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. to- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C
Our is
to
monthly meeting. object ,
.. HD' '
day at 3 o'clock. Topic "Loyal Tem- I :\
low. perpetuate the memory of the spiritof \ 205 S. Orange Avenue
ally perance Legion. Mrs. Robert Bel Phone
the men and women who achieved 204
lamy, leading. Everybody cordially & RHAN Phone 261.
American independence; to instill into
invited to attend at the parlors of
the minds of every one a love of home
the Methodist church.
and country and to protect the Amer- + INGLENOOK CAKE AND
ican flag and the liberty of the Amer-
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST CANDY PARLOR
ican people forever.I .
Deaconess Harriet Randolph Park-
have been for several years a
hill, of Orlando has arrived in Tam- Delicious Candies, Cakes, C
booster for Orlando. While attend- I I
pa to attend the Beckwith-Parkhill etc. sand"iChCS//
ing the D. A. R. congress in Washington wedding this evening. She is the Orders taken for AYD1rND
And last April, I did all I could to
Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
guest of her nephew and niece, Judge I
place Orlando in the front ranks of r I
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and Mrs. C. li. Parkhill.-Tampa Tri
the Florida delegation.I .
bune. AND EMBALMER\
accept with thanks and pleasure

honorary membership in the Board of +
Trade. Mrs. Tom B. Brodwater of Orlando, GRANDTODAY

is the of Miss Lena Hart. Mrs.
guest
Incidentally, I am wondering if you answered
All calls
Promptly Dayor
Brodwater was formerly Miss\ Marian\
will call me two since I representtwo
Johnson of this place, and has many
.
organizations.Most Hand Block.
With gasoline already cordailly yours, friends her arrival.-Clearwater here who will be glad Sun.to knowof Night.

MRS. ANNA L. FORDS
+ Orlando Florida.
advanced President of the Civic League and -
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman Mr.\ ,
Regent of the Daughters of the
Edwin Beeman, and Mr. Lester Bee- P60NE: 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
American Revolution.
1 l-2c in last month, + man returned to Orlando yesterday

afternoon from their long automobiletrip r
UNITY CIRCLE -
to New York and Boston. a f
and another advance Wednesday Unity Circle plans to

welcome Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon. The NOTICE IMIIIMIIIIIIIIMMMIIIMMIIMMIMIIMM . III1III

of 2c which Circle has opened its fall and winter

season, which promises to surpass I will not be responsible for any
past years in point of interest. debts contracted by Mrs. C. A. Coch-
into effect Friday -; DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
ran.
goes The officers of the Circle are Mrs.
(Signed) C. A. COCHRAN. I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Gore, Mrs. Laubach, and Mrs. Whit- 10-15-lt
of this week, tier, and the executive committee is MARY PICKFORDIn

composed of Mrs. Howes and Mrs. SKATING RINK

a Picturization of Frances
Gasoline becomes Van Dusen.A
a Until further notice ladies admitted
literary course will be had dur- free at night, except special occasions.

factor to be reckoned ing the coming season; the first 1-10-13-tfc Hodgson Burnett's famous human -
Wednesday of each month will be de-
. When in need of a veterinary call
voted to the study of modern drama on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. drama"ESMERALDA"
with. CURTIS & O'NEAL
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MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS\ .

Adelphi, National Park and Brenau Colleges.
Phone 566666A
Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.
Choral and Orchestral Societies.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia,

Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar, Smith, and
and other Universities Colleges Assemblies and Clubs
Lectures in all parts of the country.

New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street.

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- IMPROVEMENTS:: IN GUERNSEY You'll hear a man say "No, it !
Persian Says World Religion BLOCK PROGRESSING I doesn't pay me to advertise,as it ap-I Fire Insurance
peals to too small a class of

Will Bring Peace And Unity his And bunch yet when of keys the he same rushes man to loses the t -
\V.V.. Wright has temporarily removed newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although o,
I his Good and Bad Cigar store i' he. knows that in the whole COOK & BAAS
Agents
San Francisco, CaL-The world will his being the physical, the int 1el't-1! to the Orlando Seed and Produce com- | who wide can world possibly there be is influenced only one person by his I

never give up its wars and unite I ual and the spiritual-but it should pan "s' rooms on South Orange avenue "Lost" ad. Contradictory isn't it? I Christ Building 4
teach that the physical, and the intel- pending improvements which are ,
Bargain peacefully until it has a world lectual should be made subservient to being made at his old stand in the |

ligion, Mira Ali Kuli Khan, re-I the moral and spiritual developmentof Guernsey block. Directly south of !
commissioner general to the man. the room which Wright will "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor

Pacific exposition told the International "It should be in accord with science Mr. Jas. L. Giles will have OCCUP'l

Peace Congress here today.lie and reason, and thus prove a recon- estate office, and adjoining to DeLaney Drug Co.
said: I ciliation of true science and true re- modern and up to date barber shop

'As our aim today is the creation I ligion. will be located. The improvementshave

of a world civilization, based upon a "It should inculcate the equality of transformed the block makingit
world unity, we must enlarge our conception I men and women, their equal responsibilities one of the finest in the business We have a new supply of Sponges in
If of religion to reach the dimensions though in various fields of district. J

of a world religion-the religion usefulness, and their equal opportu- all grades and prices. Just what
of humanity. nities before the law.

"Such religion should include the "It should inculcate in the youths you want for automobile or'
truth of all religions, and exclude all from the earliest grades of the pri. H R. BERRY

patriotic, national and racial bias. mary school upward, to see in them- house use.TELEPHONE .
"It should inculcate the oneness ofthe selves not only a part of their own

world of humanity, the independent community, nation, country and religion -
investigation of truth, the original but an integral part of the NO.2.
Sold oneness of all religions."It human family which is fostered by A complete line of Ford Accessories -
should work for unity and show the one God, the Father of all.
staff of expert mechanics -
partiality to no man, either for religious "It should teach men to aim toward ; a
J. D.
WOODBECK
or racial reasons. universal peace, not toward a peace to render satisfaction in all Manager
"It should aim toward the training which would unite only his own particular -
of man in all the threefold aspects of I peoples." lines of Automobile Repair -
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Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
WILSON LAYS G. A. U. MEMO. U. S. HAS NEW DISINFECTANT SKATING RINK
KIAL CORNER STONE Gasoline, and fair and square

Quick Washington, D. C.-A new disinfectant prices.

Washington, Oct. 13.-President ( made exclusively from an LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES.
Wilson today set the corner stone for American pro..lud-pine oil-and
DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
the great amphitheatre to be erectedin cheaper and more effective than the
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN
Arlington National Cemetery as a coal tar derivatives which the war has BUILDING EXCEPTINSTRUCTORS

memorial to the nation's dead. The caused a scarcity of has been' discovered For Nine YearsWe .
exercises were to have been held October at the hygienic laboratory of the
1, during the jubilee of the United States public health service! Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to G p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

....- rand Army of the Hepubli? here but the hygienic; laboratory fine oil have been In business nt the
Cor. South
Ave. and Jackson
they had to lie postponed breathe ofthe disinfectant, it*! It l-" called I Is easily! route! t location, Corner of South Orange St.
heavy taint prepared l nl I'IIthrttt! fifty\ cents apallnn
8emt:( ry of the Navy tlahipl leveled ( by mixing\ certain |iit |mrUnMof Main and Church Streets
'the |trlnd|,Al fldtltpas.! hi|1'eei'h-' the oil \\Hit toein Add wnlitiiti hyHiMtle Phone :223OrlawloV !:! AI) 1L.L UXN 10 CXENTSORLANDO :
ea ttUtt \\eie: ind'ti by Judge,l hour)' (U t di p'thiUnn" 1li
Corner knnbuil' "f this. city', I'I'l"e"IIIltln.rU III..h brown' liiUid| Mthef tit If H. And -
property United.t t HprtitUhV+i \r \'etlil""I ", city in a,'I' 'araitra, but I tat, tU'tMttll'
Hume uf the \eterans remained! IlIrllj\, Mixedlth water( it re"env Lending( Hepnlr Shop

380 feet fIr frwro the went encampment\ \ \ for iles: milk and Garae@
(Ih\l| : exercises today, 114thts repre6cutitt It jd nnivpni&nnous, has, pitting. ROOFING
'ii was small compare) tn that odor, an unobjectionable' taste, dues t
ANt
by 4180nstreet which had planned to be present 'on not injure fabrics or metals and. is

the original date set for the event. tour times stronger than carbolic acids MisdirectedEcono5my SHEET METAL CO
The amphitheatre when completed a disinfectant. It may be used
that has brick will be the finest memorial ever erct- safely, also as u throat spray and - -

ej by a nation to the memory of the mouht wash.MOTORING..
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
men who fought to defend it. The ,
piled on side cost of the structure proper" will be FROM MICHIGAN TO -- .
Trying to save a few cents and Rubber Roofings
S75.0HO.. and $100,000 more will be TIlE SUNSHINE CITY py ,
pent in grading and building approaches having :your work handled by in-

and will be to it.NEW Numerous auto parties are daily ferior hands. is Cornices Skylights,. eatlng, Ventilating, faiCeilings;
Your personal influence
passing through Orlando from pointsin
FOUNTAIN AT McELUOY'S the North en route to South Flor- greatly enhanced when you are Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
paved within clad in immaculate linen.
PHARMACY ida. Arriving in their car Tuesday
afternoon from Detroit Michigan

2 weeks. Will Practically a new soda fountain was were Mr. and Mrs. G. 15. Hayworth OrlandoLaundry
installed at McElroy's pharmacy yes- and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
erday.: The old fountain had been in Coorwell on their way to St. Petersburg -

cut into 16 lots. service for about nine years, Mr. where they will spend the win- Steam
ter.Ir.. Hayworth is the manager "Yours
Merle McElroy stating that it was FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
necessary that new equipment be installed and Mr. Coorley the cashier of the LAUNDERERS .5., .
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Think of that after an interval of that many Detroit hotel in that city. While in PHONE 88 -
Orlando they made their head f a
:-ears. The new fountain is manufactured iuai- Respectfully"
by the LiquidCarbonic company ters at the San Juan hotel. .

east side ten of Chicago and is a beauty. Best and Promptest
HRITISII LOSSES AVERAGE 2,0)0 Is ;your stationery of the kind to
A DAY SINCE OCT. 1.
minutes from PURCHASES .\ DODGE TOURING Auto Livery command respect when :you

CAR London Oct. 13.The week-end casualty Service write the above words at the
list, published today, gives :200
Post Office. Prof. J. '. Simmons, principal of officers and 4,300 men. This brings/ l t t' close of your letter? Our
the Orlando high !;school believes in the total published casualties since 5-PASSENGER
Highland Linen is correct sta-
relaxation, having purchased a new October 1 to 981 officers and :50..M: :
lodge touring car of I. W. Phillips men a grand total of :21,3'2.: : : nearly tionery for correct people but

& Son distributors. 2,000 a <13)'. .
BUICK CARWe ._ sold at moderate price. It really

ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs. STAND PIPE WAS CLEANED: fff .mrr 1\:\ MfDlooks like 50c., but costs only

J. H. Icy, who has been ppcndng The big Orlando Water and Lurht call anywhere at any timeGordon's ll liJ11uV .! : We have a variety of

a month with her :luJhter.Ir: company stand pipe on North Orange! and sizes.
II shapes
,... lid! JJI OO
T. S. Alexander, in Suburb lU-nutiful. axomiova cleaned ) "tel'ny'r! .. > Transfer Co. :
Your wilt return the last' of the week to her little wdimvnt wast found ho\\mu/ .

home in Orlando. She will bo accompanied that Orlando water IM better than the 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 \Y. S. BRANCH,
by :Mrs. Alexander and the beet
Money children) who will visit! her for n short HAULING OF ALL KINDS TilE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STOREjIMIIIIIIIIiMMIIIIMIilMMIIIIMHIMMIIIMIIi

ime.-Tampa! Tribune.

EAT LESS MEAT , MIiMIIIIMIMIIMIIMM
won't W. K. Shuto, of Orlando, representative -
of the lYninatilir' firm-try !

company, was a visitor to the city
IF BACK HURTSTab
growin yesterday, a guest' at the DcSoto hoe
:
t'l. on a w'kl'I"it to the "house. Pipes Pipes Pipes

!.An enthusiastic, Iwoster for Orlando
:Mr. Shutc declares that Orlando Is ClaM of SK to Sub Kidney -----

preparing to receive n big contingent If Bladder bothers jroa-Drink t \Vo nru iH'llintf, black nnd galvanized pipe l nt tho
0' tourM thin winter nod' that prrpnrntlohg loti or waur.
your have already been launched" ), best wholesale: prlcen. Cnll on us' before buying

under favorable nusploen for the Eating meat 1'i'tf\11u11 .,.fttu U1 pro it will pity you. We will nlw cut your pipe l to
willing of nn strange county fair this dttees kidney trouble ut vine form rtlth40r.
sock wl'rr.Tn' 111 1'\. Tribune\ My K wc4l-knawn Authority, N. .; ,;t measure IIU you can Install it yourself. On irrigation -

reuse the' urlo acid in meat' '1C'1t.c'IIh4! work you run save money by having us
I.I.tn"1'' they Iwome t rW\'l'It.' k'attdugC1sht
thirsts retfUterlnir nt the Sun Juan fl"If up and Cause An.rt.A ofdtutress f' cut ami drill your jiljHJ nnd put in bras"' nozzle
hotel| | yettentay 1nelu led John. SKrly. iwrttCUarly t Ii.Mtl' Mol mi- (37
*. hl" In tKo kidney regtanl I rIMlIllnA"O hi tnm so ax you( am Install it yourself.
I). New 111\""". CVwu; A. 1 i\\it try I
.., heads., iwlJ .UmMwh. n>a> '
(team lA5; H. "'. Keebkr, J. I IK Clark J, "Itft\ldft| severe, ',\r.M( liver, .1"1,1.|....ikMi., Ww! will also sell you !lath Tubs, Wntt-r Closets

H, Curry, Tampa; Walter lawman. bladder !w>4 urinary irritation and LfwUorJen I\t wholesale prices nnd you
W. J. MellnM.t1lntIH, A. I. 'or- '1U. moment your bock l hurts or k4! <
well. Milwaukee; II. S. GoldsmithW : asps rent a tum right. or U Gladder_ may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
\.tlool' get *l >ut lour ow of
H Crolley II. M. Steele, A. O J4 alu you from any good pharmacy you desire. Do not forget to look at the HAmed.enn" !.
Martin, Jr., Leo Tyler, T. 0. Mouse take a tablii onful l in a glawi of water
Jacksonville; and. Mrs (;. R IIn)'. U-fore breakfast for a few days and your t Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
Carl C 1 D Dann worth and son Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence kidneys will then act fine. TU famous closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
alta 'it made from the acid of grapes
Coorvvell. St. Petersburg; C. D and lemon juke, combined with lituia I for five years.
Morris, Chicago; A. C. Carpenter and ha teen used] for generation to t
Boston; W J. Leary, Edenton. N. C.: flush clogged) kidney: and tinmlate themto
Gainesville S. M. Claw- normal actit ity; also to neutralize the
I: D. ISowen. ;
acid in the urine so it no longer irritati -
son, Cincinnati. *, thus ending bladder d Orden. F. Joseph Raehn Co
Jaj Salt cannot injure anyone;
The hired girl has went-she wa make a delightful effervescent hthia- lam
water drink which millions of men and
hired she was tired she was fired: I
I MAN
women take now ant then to keep the THE VIVE
out smile '.-ou can get another by kidneys and urinary orpin clean, tiiu |I f
I'usinff our want ad. column. J]avoiiil&g kvriou kidocy diaesee. MUM 111111111111111111"



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Big the following day. Bldg Florida.

Every Home-Every Business- Member 1<". A. A.
daddy's morning plunge or for the kiddies' little sponge, there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man has use fur a
hot water tight at hand You know the great waste of lime and effort in trying to heat water tot a Henlirtel Want Ad.

bath In a kettle or In coating! the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough to Use. The I Dr. F. F. Thompson

solution U simple t toll MAI.FIIH SURVEYING

= fluting Unit! Mub'Uh'ltllnK)
MAMA; hrth.Uottien tll1ptllHlIJ Dentist
Heat the Water By Gas 'h>"( =nl> fur ihlltlieii to title! sr -
til =! IMtOMPT AND ACCURATE;
he. ?Mlitniiltuif. in-ii; =:au'
======== WOUK 115 SOUTH( CHANGEOver
KHhtr: a Circulating or an Instantaneous (nit Water: Itr"t@\.ItI"iiij'$ '* you of having te required ni p> 1"01&& $All--$tIh\\ ..erry 'la'te. Mi n@iunary =
ply at any time needed, There will l be l NO running up and fib}wn stairs with Kettleful of water, nQ tryIng / ', tlu'III; '') )" > wil\ tvtaliurlailatle ; HAL A. IRISH CurtI & O'NcUt'aNOR.

to lathe' in an in viiTieient ftmmmt or in rising Uty's health liy too coot a lath The eeprea of: uae tTanta" ? lii'uiit Now| is J,the H.tune UouM, tll,Pat Hoittl out
about the house make U/4 Water Heater imU >en&iljIe all seasons pf the Chit Engineer
fur hot water \ a / | year ,unHIIUr e "Mitel" und U'"nIn.nu' )
or llux d:_1, IU-I-It.; ; --

FOR 8Al.K-NICB young fig trees; 47 WatKins Hldg., Orlando! Fla,
bit purple kind; plant them now -e
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO half Also,price.one-horse 203 Robinson cultivator, new a\enue., for Phone 72

10-10-Ct*
GAS DEPARTMENT --
FOR SALE-FOK KENT-Houses, Paul V. HutchinsAttorney ] L, H. RAMSDEUOPTOMETRIST
furnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
I have to otfer before you buy or and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO . FLORIDA
.Mrs. B. Leake 45 East Pine .
rent. II. -- WE: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSfil
street or 312 !.Iroadwa)'. Phone 179.
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 108dw.lmo Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KIN&S OF

--- ORLANDO FLA.
OPTICAl REPAmfO
FOR SALE Model 27 Buick; good I
condition. Write Box 507. .

9-23-tfc WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange Call at V. Baylarian's and see the
rent city and new clothes pressing machine.
or your county
FOR equipped.SALE-416 Lunch Revere wagon street, fully Concord lull property.Co., Rock Call building and see, Room us. Geo.3. T. 1-10-12-Gtc

SOUl"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ I'ark. 10-5-12t 10.5-lmoc BULBS headquarters FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare for all kinds of

for sale
ELEGANT has 7 rooms HOME and bath, 2 or sleeping rent; PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
porches, heating plant; is modern cabbage, 35c. per 100; &0c. for 200; them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
$1.25 for 500 $2.00 1,000 post- 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 100.
OCOEE FLORIDAAll throughout. Smaller 7 room house, ; per ;
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East paid. Tomato and eggplants, same 10-10-tfc
price. Large "Favorite" dry land
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo
banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. limited number of persons. Pleas-
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER 10-5-d&w-tf ant rooms in new home. All modern
conveniences. Also furnished rooms
Furnished 14 room house, on brick for housekeeping Mrs. Gertrude
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- street, arranged for light housekeep BUYERS AND SELLERSI Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
ing. Splendid location; large lot. buy, sell, rent, and exchange real of Lake Eola. 10-8-lmoc
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
fruit Trees in fine condition the lowest
at very 9-19-3mo over 30 years. Have handled over BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
20000000. Call and see me. The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
prices :: :: :: :: FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. will bring in a car of fine palms the
one quarter mile from city limits; coming week. Any one wishing his
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- NURSERY TREES-Valendas, Par- services and experience will please
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. son Browns, and tangerines; rough 1 drop him a card at once, and he will
6-9-tf lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from call to see you and make you hard
Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale time prices. For reference see the
FOR RENT cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
- Fla. Route 2. 9-23-lmoc set out five years ago. J. H. Mooney,
FOR REFurnished rooms for Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc

Send for List and lowest veniences.light housekeeping 312 E. South; all modern street.con- Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by HOUSE CLEANING, glass and wood
today Catalog, Description : : 10-13-6t* S.Lake D. Dairy.Lee twice Phone a day orders from to Spring J. B. work; floors neatly scrubbed, waxed
and polished. Call on or address
prices, to the above address FOR RENT-Furnished flat or three Magruder 1-9-30-1moc, number 583-R. Leonard Williams, 411 West Church
rooms, bath, electric lights, etc. 210 street, Orlando. 10-14-Gt
Palmetto street, near Presbyterian J
church. 10-12-Ct Umbrellas recovered and repaired NOTICE
"while you wait." ax young's Repair I will not be responsible for any
FOR RENT A good ten room house, Shop, 21 E. Pine St. debt made by Mrs. R .G. Taylor.
lillMlintiMllllllllllllllimtiMniHIIItllllfMCIIMIMillllliiM MMilM with modern conveniences, central (Signed) R. G. TAYLOR.
,ly located; just the thing for boarding I I-10-8-St-
I house; located in a prosperousand YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed -
J RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB growing town; business room on an outside service depart-
ground floor, 22-60. Apply to W. L. ment and is prepared to give you
Located in the
Arcade
BuildingAll Story, Winter Garden, Fla 9-30-tIc prompt attention. We have a compe-
work guaranteed and neatly ( tent man who will fit keys, repair CLINT BASSPHONE
FOR done. Our work is the best FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Cir- your trunk, or do anything in the repair -
SALE'I :and our prices are the lowest. cle, furnished or unfurnished, by line. He Is ready to go at your 375
the season month or year, with garage call now. Just phone 304.
This is the place to have your ; garden, fruits and flowers. Apply 9-12-lmoc West Jefferson Street
I d clothes made new. to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-1moc I I Successor to
Suu :rubbed and pressed75c.Suit TYPEWRITERS and Caeh Registers
Will offer for sale for a few days dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit I FOR r.EBr the season month, repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -I Hand Wood
or year, one upstairs flat for light ; anything in the repair line is CompanyWood
the Orange Avenue pressed _____________40c housekeeping;; also other rooms, and our line. Just phone 304, Young's II
property corner All Palm Beaches scrubbedand garage, electric lights and bath in Repair Shop, and our man will call of All Kinds

and Boone Streets known pressed ____________50c house. Apply 300 East Concord ave. at once. 9-12-lmoc
Jackson 9-10-tfc
as
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. WANTED PROMPT SERVICE

the skating rink property for $26,000. I We do ladies' work also. Giveus LOST Male pointer pup, nearly I REASONABLE. PRICE
a trial and be convinced grown, liver ears, liver spot on WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
I Clothes called for and delivered. rump, body ticked. Reward for re- erty for sale or rent. I am having
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year I turn to Frank G. Guernsey. 10-13-tf manp applications for houses, fur-
Phone 613.LOANS .
nished and unfurnished. I will be
-- --- --- LOST-Setter about 3 old list what ha..e.Irs..
and interest at six cent. dog years ; glad to you McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
per answers to name of Spot; light tan H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
I Ij If you wish to buy, build, or repair and white color. Dog disappearedabout Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo
j your house we are making some city October 1st. Reward for return
loans. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. I to P. T. Peel, P. F. F. 1. WANTED-Position as chauffeur; FOR
M0-12tc 10-10-6tc thoroughly experienced; can do re.
pair work and can furnish good ref- Caruthers FlowersLeave
C.A.HOVEYTry SLAUGHTER SALE LOST-A small pink cameo brooch, erence. Address Mr. R. S. Pifer,
Buy your wall paper cheap for the on September 28. Liberal reward Taft, Fla. 10-10-6tc
next few days. Making room for our for return to Sentinel office. your orders here
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer 10-12-3tc WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel
'Store Court streei. Phone 67. office. 10-13-tI
9-5-tfe. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Friday, the 15th, the Woman's .violet Dell Florist.
New crop onion sets just arrived, Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc Exchange will open to the public .
Bermuda Danvers and Silver Skin. where Miss Borland will be pleasedto
Sentinel Want Ad Full line garden field and flower V. Baylarian has a blotter for greet both the old and new cus- J. M. CARUTHERS
a seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man, everybody that calls at his store. tomers. Fresh home baked bread and
prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc l-10-12-6tc:: cake on Saturday 16th. 1-10-13-21* Phase 509. 406 Heath Lk Bt

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1111111111111111111111111111111 I111111 MliniMIIMIIIIIMIMMilllllllllUMThe -I'

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Go to Francisco's for Bear Head
Bananas. 1-10-13-Gt
p.

Mr. J. M. Raleigh left yesterday
afternoon for Fort Ayers where he
Travel Panama will look after his grove interests in
,
and ererjrwhere on American territory, U sjnjpffi!!' by itA.B.A.:' Lee county.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare 18-18-tf Alliesof
.*U-Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure.
Mrs. C. F. Patton, of Bradentown,
The State Bank of Orlandoi who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.J. .

i M. Cheney left yesterday for her this institution are
home on the Manatee river.


Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof
Paint will stop leaks. Now is the Courtesy to
everyone;
time to use it. 11015tfcMr.

-- Liberality to' worthy customers
T. M. Lyker one of Tampa' ;
leading and substantial citizens, was
Loyalty to Community Wellfare
among the prominent South Flori- ;

dians visiting Orlando yesterday.How .
Efficiency in every department;

much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf Stability assured by Govern-

Miss Leila M. Johnson one of San- ment Supervision.and .

ford's attractive young ladies, who
has been visiting her mother Mrs. S.
L. Johnson, returned home yesterday.
these are increasing with irresistable

Skating Rink, see the fast and exciting force the business of
game of roller polo, Friday
night, October 15. l-10-15-3tc

Mr. T. M. Hansell!, superintendentof ---

the Atlantic Coast Line, with head-

quarters in Sanford, was among the

yesterday prominent in railroad Orlando.officials spending The Peoples National Bank


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

Miss Zoe King one of Arcadia's attractive

young ladies, spent yesterdayin
I HUPMOBILE1 I Orlando, the guest of the Misses

Thomas Lucerne Circle.at their home "Dixie" on



"Where there'slife Fish and oysters received daily.II. .
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc

there's 11",11111111.111,11,11111111111,111..1.'I" '*
Hupp" Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny left last even.
ing for points in South Florida including -
Tampa and Bradentown on 1

business connected with the Growers'and

J. P. HOLBROOK, Dealer4L' Shippers' League. I..w..i'

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

-
Kissimmee was represented in Orlando

yesterday by the following well! FORD ROADSTER
known citizens: Messrs. Fred M. Bass,
Q. Vans Agnew D. W. Alderman and I
C. C. Bass.Standard.

Practically new. Gray and Davis
Barber Shop is sanitary.
18-21-tf
Self Starter. Bargain.
Mr. D .W. Conrad, who has been

spending the summer Mayhotfey,,,,
Pa., arrived yesterday morning on the
belated train from the north to spend
his sixth winter in Orlando.


"New Ford Home"About let Deposit them earn your 4 per Saving cent. Checks interest and for San Juan Garage Company i !

you. 8-12-tf
il
October 20th, I expect to move into Miss Katie Adams who left earlyin Orlando
-Day tonamiiliiiiiilMMMIIilM
the spring for Jacksonville and
my new building on South Orange Ave.I .
points in Georgia to visit relau"vesand .
will carry a complete line of everything friends, has returned to her homein

this city and reports a most delightful -
needed by "Ford Owners. outing.Go .


"FORD SERVICE FOR FORD OWNERS"F. to Francisco's for Bear Head
Bananas. l-10-13-6t

G. RUSH Mr. J. J. Joy, a well known travel- " . MIMMCMIMiMMMMIMlMM* " '

ing man of New York city, who has

been in this section for a day or two, .... ,111111111111111111111111111111111111",1" . MllUili\ t+++fI
left yesterday for a trip down the
East Coast which will take him as far
south as Key West. Who Will Be Your Executor?


Deposit your Savings Checks and I .
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for ANSWER NO. 2
you. 8-12-tl
--- --- - Your estate may be materially impaired as a ttir
Mrs. V. W. Williams who has been direct result of the appointment of an executor.:,, aa'y a'

I'IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIDiamonds spending the past several days in Orlando or trustee. *JA .

the guest of Dr. and 3rs.N. L. When an individual is appointed- jj _ _ _
Bryan at their home, 108 America
street, returned to Dade City last The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

evening.Go is usually provided in wills that the person ;
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused as
to Francisco's for Bear Head from giving bonds. '
Bananas. II0.136tIr.
When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense 4' '

Earl Vick, one of the courteous of the estate and then only partial secu-
S r t
attaches in the Orlando postoffice, i
rity against' loss is provided.
Diamonds, the white
pure snappy
left last night on the 12:30 train for When a Trust Company is selected- j'j
sparkling gem it's a pleasure to lookat.
Jacksonville to be present at the football -
The kind it's a satisfaction to The positive advantage of strong financial re'w
game in that city tomorrow be-
own in after years. That's the kind sponsibility is secured.A .
tween; Suwannee and the Universityof
of diamonds we have sold for years Florida. bond which has behind it the entire financial .'
back and the only kind to buy. And strength of the Institution is always filed with 1
when it comes to price we know our .t t to the estate. f
How much did you save last monthin the Probate Court IOn rN<
prices are as low as any store in the cash or Savings Checks S-12-tf
State. Answer No. 3 WIll appear in a subsequent issueof
this I.kr' '*;
Mr. R. McBride. who travels sev- newspaper.
,.
eral of the states for the dry goods: "

1 firm of Ely, Walker: & Co.. was i.- Come in any time and freely ask for further t 1 {
Orlando yesterday on his first visit to information on this vitally important subject. "
this part of the Land of Flowers. Mr You are always welcome, and our offic-3 are always
McBride was most favorably in- glad to advise.
T. EVANS pressed' with the city from a s cia! ..
well as business standpoint.
} The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Doctors
JEWELER

BuekinastiT & fininilagr!!! Orlando, Florida

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

__ at Kirkrville. Mo.
-; r U -- Of.h. .W-uUIHI.IIIIII.1f1l1l11l1l11t: 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People

: I National Bank. Phone 678. 1 i+ t"M Ml+1H++Ni+' .(M , ... . . %



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