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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: October 16, 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: VID00536
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: THE MORNING SENTINEL




VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, OCTOHER 16. un;). NUMBER !1'_.




NOT HESITATING ENGLAND SUPPORTS


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SERBIA--DECLARES WAR ON BULGARIAWAR



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O'CLOCK EXISTS YESTERDAYSAYS FROM TEN OVER BilLION TO I I $6OOODamage FLA. POPULATION ,, Pine Castle Is REORGANIZATION


BULLETIN
To DrainageAnd Now A Real


GERMANS ClAIM GAINS IN WEST RUN U. S. FOR StreetsAs HAS INCREASED Little CityA I OFTHEARMY



Paris Admits Gain at Some a result of the rain storm Tuesday distinguished. and
Points But Britain Denies NEXT YEAR night there is $5,900 damage to 33 PER GENT more gathering never assembled representative REVEALED

the sewerage system and fully $1,000 than the one which met Thursday
It-German DestroyerIs damage, to the streets.' It is of course night at Pine Castle to formulate -

Lost ESTIMATE FOR OPERATING impossible to fix the damage, for rail IN PAST FIVE YEARS, NOW plans for merging that rapidly growing TO PROVIDE 00,000 FIGHTING -
roads, county highways, the vegetable
town into a municipality and placing -
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + GOVERNMENT BREAKS .crops, and houses. The storm is con APPROXIMATELY ONE it in the ranks of the wide awake I ; MEN IN NEXT

+ GERMANS EXECUTE MISS + ALL RECORDS .sidered one of the worst that Orlando MILLION places of the South. THREE YEARS

+ EDITH KAVELL HEAD OF + and Orange county has experienced. Thirty-one voters participated in

++ NURSES BRUSSELS SCHOOL AT ++ ,HOW WILL THE SUM BE RAISED? .city Reports and from county various are not section encouragingand of, the COl.J.APPLM) IS AUTHORITYAt the poration discussion, and the for vote the town's was unani-incor. GREAT DEFENSIVE PlAN IS MADE

+ + I prove that the surging, flood mous. The election of officers which

+ London, Ode 15.-The official + This Question Will 1 He Met by wrought havoc. Banquet at Jacksonville lie followed was full of interest and re. Will Increase the Infantry and
+ press tonight made the follow. + I To immediately relieve the flooded suited as follows:
+ ing announcement: "The United + President Wilson and Cab condition in southwestern Orlando Divulges This Information Mayor, C. J. Sweet; clerk and treasurer ; Coast Defenses--Great In-

+ State ambassador hag informed + inet When McAdoo which in many places is fearful, the Complete Figures I W. Wlgeman; marshal, G. C. crease in Navy Also

+ the foreign office that Miss + Returns city council yesterday passed two res ShortlyState Miller; health officer, Dr. D. C. Ro-
+ Edith Kavrll. lately head of the + olutions and it is expected that ney; councilmen: J. W. Matchett, W. Planned
+ nurses' school at Brussels has + prompt action towards draining the
,
M. Hansel, J. J. Reaves, Chas. Johns,
Washington, Oct. 15.-At midnight census figures which
are now
Washington, Oct. 15.-Complete de-
been executed by German au- + submerged parts of the city will be J. G. Tyner, C. H. Hoffner, Frank
tonight the departmental estimatesfor commenced being tabulated in the office of the tails of the plan of reorganization of
+ thorities. It is understood that + today.
the operation of the Phillips, J. F. Harris, F. M. Preston.
+ Miss K a veil was charged with + government One motion which had for its prime commissioner of agriculture will showan the army which is expected to provide

+ harboring fugitive soldiers from + during the next fiscal year, totallingmore purpose the immedaite relief of con- increase in population for Floridaof "BEXT OX BACKSLIDIXG""Bent 600,000 fighting men at the end of

+ the lines of the allies and assist- + than $1,240,000,000, the largest ditions was that a storm sewer be 33 cent. in the last five three years became known for the
amount ever asked for a similar per years.Florida's i
+ ing them to escape. There was + pe- constructed from that section lying on Backsliding" was Evan- first time \day. The plan has received -
riod, were in the office of the secre- population now numbers
+ no charge of espionage against + west of the Atlantic Coast Line rail- gelist Holcomb's subject last night at the approval of the president.It .
tary of the treasury. approximatley 1000000.
+ her." + road and south of South street Methodist church. The text was contemplates an increase in the
Although Secretary McAdoo himself Jacksonville has a population that
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + through America street to Lake Lu- Hosea, 11:7. personnel of the regular army suffi-
was absent from the city, it was cerne. This proposition was carriedby will fall only a little less than 100- The largest congregation of the cient to insure a strength of 129,000men

London Oct. 15.-The foreign office indicated at reliable sources of his two votes, Commissioner Johnson 000.There week was present. The Jeters had and 2,000 additional officers with-
department that as soon as he returns are more cattle on the open appropriations this foundationin
tonight issued the following an- voting no. charge of the preliminary services. upon
from the Pacific coast, which will be ranges of Florida than on the open the
next two One-half of
nouncement: Mr. Johnson, however, favored the Mrs. Jeter presided at the piano and years.
in about ten days, he will confer with ranges of any state in the Union,
"In view of the fact that Bulgariahas proposition that the city engineer Mr. Jeter led the chorus choir. The the contemplated increase is providedfor
President Wilson and members of the Texas not excepted.
announced that she is at war with prepare figures and plans of the cost music was the best yet. The new in this year's appropriations upon
cabinet as to how this enormous sum This surprising unofficial informa- '
Serbia and is the ally of the Central of construtction of an entirely new songs, "He Included Me," "Be Like this foundation.
can be raised.It tion was divulged by Col. T. J. Apple-
Powers, the British government has and adequate drainage system for Or- Jesus, "The Touch of His Hand," It is proposed to create a "citizens"or
is generally conceded yard, state printer, at the banquet
informed the Bulgarian government, among lando and that this plan be presentedto and "Saved," were rendered in a way "continental" army. This citizens
treasury officials that the most likely given in honor of the editors at the
through tKe Swedish minister who is the people for ratification. This that stirred the emotions of the great army will consist of 400,000 men,
course for raising the additional chamber of commerce at Jackson-
133,000 of whom are to receive two
undertaking Bulgarian interests, thata resolution was unanimously passed. congregation.Mr. .
money needed will be by the sale of ville. Coming from Mr. Appleyard
state of war exists between Great However, the first motion will go a Jeter drew a picture of an old months training each year. They are
Britain and Bulgaria as from ten bonds. long ways towards permanently remedying the figures may be accepted as sub- home, and while building this picture, to be paid regularly the enlisted man' ;
stantially correct, for he is in positionto
o'clock p. m. today." the condition in southwestern with a few master strokes with chalk, compensation, during training, $15
I. O. O. F. DISTRICT know. However, the official figuresare
MEETING be per month. They will be subject to
Orlando. The water can carried the audience was able to follow the
Conflicting Reports from that section through America I not yet completed and ready for artist evangelist, and then the crowd call at any time within six :years.

London, Oct. 13.-In a general ar- Grand Master W. U. Lathrop will street and turned into Lake Lucerne, publication, and in imparting this joined in singing "Home, Sweet Additional fighting forces, the war
be present at the district meeting to highly pleasing information coveringthe department believes, will be obtainedin
tillery action fought on a front of I thence through several other-lakes Home, led by Mr. Jeter.
be held at the Odd Fellows hall next ditches the sink hole. remarkable progress and develop- an emergency from the militia
nearly 300 miles the Germans today and to Mr. Holcomb began by saying that
struck heavily the allies' lines in the Monday night. The twelfth district, ment of the state since the last fed Adam was not only the first man, hi throughout the country, which now

Artois, Champagne and Vosges. They which will have its meeting here, com- New York, Oct. 15.-A jury was eral census made it understood that was also the first backslider. He comprises some 129,000 men, at least

drove the French in from a position I'prises Orlando, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, completed late today by the United he was not speaking officially. backslid out of the garden of flowers 75,000 of whom may be counted on

east of Auberive in the Champagne | Eustis, Winter Garden and Ocoee. States district court to try eleven and sunshine into the desert of thorns for active service.
I Large delegations are expected New Haven directors charged with Pianos for rent. Curtis & O'Neal, Xo Addition to Cavalry
district, and recaptured the summitof I and thistles from the kingdom of God
Hartmann's Weiler Kopf in the from all of these points as this is conspiracy to restrain trade, and tak- book and music store. Pianos for into the kingdom of the devil. The plan of reorganization of the

Vosges. These gains were admittedby the first district meeting since the ing o ftestimonywill begin next week. sale at a low price. Backsliding presupposes frontslid- standing army does not contemplatean

Paris. They claim to have driven district has been formed. Orlando ing. Backsliding begins on the inside addition to any cavalry regiments.

the British from the positions they degree staff will put on the initiatory, and works to the outside. You can There are now fifteen cavalry regiments
which will be S.WATERS HOWE RETURNSMr. GOOD-BYE. CORNISH N. H.
lost yesterday south of Vermelles and followed by an addressby spot the backslider anywhere. I can which are considered sufficientfor

.i'Hulluch road, but Sir John French the grand master. walk down the aisle and return to this the country's defense.

officially refutes this report. Speeches from prominent membersof S. Waters Howe, the popular Washington, Oct. 15.-President platform and drop my finger in the The war department, however, in-
the order together with music and face of backslider in the build sists upon more infantry, more field
Wilson decided to next every
today spend
cashier of the State Bank of Orlando,
refreshments will make
Serbia Declares War it worth the summer in New Jersey, in the former ing. One old sister is looking at me artillery, and more coast artillery.The .
while of all Odd Fellows to attend. has returned from an enjoyable vaca- whole plan has been formulatedon
London, Oct. 15.-Official announcement home of John A. McCall, at Elberon as much as to say, "Parson, I hope
was made here today that Ser- Visitors are cordially nivited. Theevening's tion which he spent with Mrs. Howe near Long Branch. The estate on you won't come down my way." the principal that the army shouldbe

bia had declared war on Bulgaria.The program is in the hands of and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Marks cruis- which stands a magnificent house is Mr. Holcomb closed this, the most one of defense. And it will pro-
has special district deputy, Frank L. effective with impressive vide a large addition to the coast defenses -
announcement states war ing on their pleasure yacht from known as Shadow Lawn. The presi- sermon yet, a most
been declared on account of Bulgarian Helms. story illustrating how God is in Panama, Hawaii, and the
Jacksonville
to Charleston, S. C., at dent was offered the free use of Shadow -
attacks on Serbian armies on the which place Mr. and Mrs. Howe wentto Lawn by a committee headed by looking for the return of His back Philippine Islands.

Zaitchen and Badovitch fronts. HEAVY BRITISH LOSSES Nashville, Tenn., and spent some Representative Scully, which broughta sliden and wandering children. The navy department tonight fin

time with relatives and friends, while I letter from Governor Fielder. He The following services are an- ished up its estimate, this being the

Greece Wont Intervene London, Oct. 15.The total of Brit- Mr. and Mrs. Marks journeyed to ,insisted, however, that he should pay nounced for today: last day under which, by law, esti.

London, Oct. 15.-In a note to the ish casualties at the Dardanelles up York city to enjoy the sights. Mrs.l I rent, and said that if the committee 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Jeter will speak to mates may be filed with the secretary

British government received today, to October 9, according to official fig- Howe is now in Atlanta, Ga., pleased it could give the money to the ladies. 'I of the treasury.
Greece announces her definite decisionnot ures given here today, was 96,899. visit. 'charity. 7:30 p. m. Song service, preachingby I Secretary Daniels and advisory
to intervene in the war on behalfof The number killed was 18,957, of Mr. Holcomb. The subject tonightis council considered the naval program

Serbia at present. whom 1,185 were officers. "Can a Man Live in Orlando and this afternoon and again tonight. He

Casualties of the Australasian con- We'll Take A Chance And Live Not Go to the Devil While Here and adopted a five year program for the

German Destroyer Sunk in Baltic tingents were 29,121.1CTALLNIAN. to Hell Hereafter?" construction of about twenty battle-
Copenhagen. Oct. 15.-A British ships. It is understood four ships of
In Orlando A Few
submarine torpedoed and sunk a Ger- Days Longer the first class will be built each year.

man destroyer this morning at the RESIGNSAn -- FLORIDA HIGHWAY MAP NOTES OF THE FLOOD
the Sounh
southern entrance to a
One would naturally believe in from our homes. I was told last night -
narrow strait between Denmark and item of general interest is the reading the following letter that Or- that parts of Orlando late in the afternoon -I As a result of-the special map and The sink hole, the natural drainagewell

Sweden, which connects the Baltic brief notice on page 5 from the Grand I landoites were still under water sev- log committee of the Central Florida for seven-eighths of the area of
with the North sea. A great explo- Amusement company, to the effect : were living on rafts and eral inches deep, so now I think that Highway Association which met in Orlando, is out of its banks, resem-

sion followed the striking of the torpedo that Mr. Mac Tallman has severed all eating fish and water hyacinths for Orlando business people had better Orlando this week with :\1.1.. Smith, bles a huge lake, has inundated Jones-

and the destroyer foundered im connections with the Grand and Lu- breakfast; minnies for dinner, and move to Taft and get out of the chairman of the committee, it was decided town, crossed the marl road leadingto

mediately.A cerne theatres. About one and one- turtles and alligators for supper. water, and that they would be gettingon to apportion certain sections of the cemetery and threatens to Undermine -

message from Falsterbo. Sweden, half years ago Mr. Tallman came to Such, however, is not the case-Or- higher ground, and then as soon the state to various men who will the cemetery ridge or hilL
which brought news of this incident, Orlando from Valdosta, Ga.. and assumed lando is dry as a bone, except in a as the drainage canals are in we will compile general information to be The situation is serious but no contin-

adds that another German destroyerand the leadership of "That Or- few sections which will be dry soon. be able to go you still one better. used in making a modern road map of I ued rise of the water will cause trou-

a cruiser which were accompanying chestra" at the Grand. Later he be- The letter from Taft follows: I Now, it is all well enough for you Florida. ble.

the destroyer, speeded to the I came manager of that theatre and I to crow, but I think you had better The men and the counties appor- Nearly everybody has a sink holeon

southward. also the Lucerne. He has brought Taft, Fla. Oct. 15, 1915. I get out of the water zone before you tioned to them follow: his premises as a result of the

good photo shows, as well as legiti Editor Sentinel-After a heavy I do any more crowing over the coming I C. A. Childs, Eustis, and l1.1.. flood.J. .

Sign Up for Big Loan i mate theatrical companies, to Orlando rain here we go to Orlando and one I city of Taft, for you know that Taft Smith, Orlando: St. Johis, Clay, Put- Magruder lost twenty pigs and

New York, Oct. 15.-The five hundred and has pleased a vast number of of the first questions asked us is, was a large man, and we fully expect nam, Bradford, Alachua, Levy, Marion hogs north of the cemetery. The pig

million dollar loan agreement people. As a musician he ranks with Have you got a boat to get around in to make Taft a large city in a Volusia, Lake, Orange, Osceola, pen was carried across from the northto

between American bankers' and com- the best and his departure from Or- in Taft? After reading in yester few years, so you had better keep Brevard, Seminole. L. A. Whitney, the south side of the lakeonetime

missioners of the French and British lando, which is hinted, will be taken day's paper about the flood you had both eyes open and also be getting St. Petersburg: Citrus, Sumter, Her- sink hole.

governments was signed-by these of- with keen personal regret by his in Orlando, we have come to the con- ready to come where we can get nando, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsboro. O. I The bridge at the Country Club has
ficials and J. P. Morgan late this af many friends. Mr. Tallman has madeno clusion that Orlando is the place to around after such a small shower as B. Dees, Mayo: Lafayette, Suwannee, been washed away.

ternoon. announcement as to the future but ship our boat for from the reports of you had last Wednesday night and Hamilton, Columbia, Baker Duval, : The weekly gun shoot scheduled for

he is considering several propositions. people from here to Orlando yesterday not need a boat.Respectfully Nassau. E. F. Bowers, Jupiter: St. Thursday was postponed because of
I
Chicago Oct. 15.-All records in Before coming/ to Georgia Mr. Tall I you certainly need it, and not the yours in time of need, Lucie, Palm Beach, Dade, Monroe, the high water etc.

the volume of money order transactions man lived c.i Lebanon, Pa. On I people here.Yesterday. A. E. BOYCE.P. Broward. J. H. Scales, Perry: Leon, I The city council will take care of

have been broken in the Chi- Wednesday he tendered his resignation we soon got rid of near- S.-I am writing this because so Jefferson, Taylor, Madison, Wakulla, the McDaniel well in the future if the

i" 1 cago postoffice within the last twodays to the Grand Amusement com- ly all the surface water and did not many are laughing at me for living Gadsden. W. E. Dunwoody, Arcadia: I city is given perpetual' use of the

it was announced today. pany, which was accepted. i have to wade, in the water to get out here. A. E. B. Polk DeSoto, Manatee, Lee. drainage well.


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TOE DAILY at the Detroit board of commerce. '

South Florida SentinelMORNING The competition will be open to all 1 I I 1 IA Poem For The Day I.L'EX'OI |

artists in the United States, and for

AND WEEKLY the design, which in the opinion of the
*. ::. GLENS . .. .... .. ... ... ....EdiUr the OF WOMEN'S BRIDGE FIRE In ORLANDO
will to
W C. ESSI.\<;TON " .Bu.inru Minacrr judge* bring most forcibly
- -- -- -- minds of the people! "safety first" on (Published by request"
Entered at the pottottire at Orlando. Florida
a* Second Class Mail Matter. the streets and highways of the country When earth's last Bridge Game is-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES $300 will be paid. The second finished, and earth's Last Rub

DaU,. 1 Sear ........................ $5.00 best will be awarded $100; the third, ber is done, we mean just what The fire caused the of
we say. was by burning all
Dail,. C Month ...................... 2.50 When the oldest "Shark" has beaten Yes
Daily, t Month ...................... 1.25 $;)0; the fourth, $30, and the fifth, and the "Field" has of our old deteriorated Garden Seed. One thing certain Garden
Dail 1 Month ."..................... .60 youngest your

7Peek1,. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 20.The five judges will be appointedby We shall won rest, and faith, we shall need Seed will germinate if bought from this store.

--- Darwin P. Kingsley, of New York It-sit down for a rubber or
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN two,
ADVANCETO City, president of the Safety First Till the Hostess of all Bridge Parties SOME

Federation of America, who will meet shall give us a deal anew. MERCHANTSmay

ADVERTISERS: immediately after the close of the

Goy for display and all tkr kandKta4rrtuin contest and make the awards. Then we who play shall be happy;
aUM be handeo i. at the bouocu we shall deal from a golden
(
vffic of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a. This will be but one of the featuresof pack practice the habit of mixing their old seed with the fresh,

the. day before publication. This rule apphea the national convention in Detroit. And hold a hundred aces and no card
.. chaaret for contract adTertiiinc it iiUrariable but we don't we burn the bad stock and sell the and
new we
and will be itrietly adhered to.Subeeriben I Reports will' be presented at that less than a Jack; ,

I time from committees on street traf- And all of our contracts shall prosper find this brings
desiring The Sentinel and all our finesses succeed, us a bigger profit.DE .
dosed ahould notify the office in dlllCOD-1 fiic, transportation, fire prevention, And we'll hoard our trumps like a
the date of expiration, oiherwue it health and sanitation, "safety first" miser and never return a lead.
continued at the regular subscription rates, I'
until notice to atop ia received.Telephenc for children, and a standard code of
Numb-r .'.................... 2t I I will be recommended And only our partners shall profit.
traffic regulations -
and only opponents go broke.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1913; I for adoption by cities throughoutthe And no one shall frown on "post rr.or-
country; and there will be discus- tems," and no one shall notice "The Drug: mad Seed ] .Ial1."

sions by natioial authorities of many revoke.
It's pretty hard to see poetry in a But each, in her feminine fashion! unheeding PROPRIETOR
other phases of the subject of public
the other's complaint,
wet autumn leaf that tracks in the
safety. Shall play the Game as she sees it, by
house accompanied---0-by mud. Every city in the United States is the Laws of Bridge as it ain't! CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

-Author Unknown.
asked to appoint three delegates to
A Chicago paper congratulates the
o
the convention.
president upon having conducted still FLORIDAHas
----0- Harold Crews, who has been spend-
another successful negotiation.The .
YES, THEY WERE ing the past week in Orlando, where

o FIGHTING IN 1787. he has been visiting among friends r-
farthest away send
you
your "Sept. 21. If unfuccefsful in the and transacting business, returned to
the longer it takes to it
money get
prefent war, the Grand Vizir lofes Fort Myers last evening, registeringat Been III I IMIMMtM IMMCMM IIMMMIIMIIUM *
back home. Why not keep it in Or-
lando? his head-unlefs he haves the good the Leon, where he will make his Dayton, O.-Orville Wright has :

fortune of being killed in actionifhis headquarters during the winter. been ill for nearly a year and he an_ :

---.0- nounced today he would rest for at .
crownwith fuccefs- Fort Myers Press.
arms are

British The critics diplomacy who has are been saying at fault that in why then, he keeps his place for fome least a year. The deal, it is reported, : Guessing ContestThe I

the Balkans were only a little while few years longer-, and, provided he Skating Rink, open mornings. Tues- involves about 1500000. :.

ago denouncing the government for does not grow rich, may die a natural day and Friday morning, ladies only.

not having death in obfcurity," cryptically remarks 1-10-15-3tc No individual with anything to sell :
enough high explosive
shells.Buls.raria's. the Connecticut Courant for or trade can successfully find a buyer :.

n Monday, November 26, 1787, in its or trader without the aid of the Sen- guessing contest closed Monday evening and the

comment upon the European situa- Auto LiveryPhone tinel want ads. Remember that its

answer was that shecouldn't circulation represents five-sixths of jar of peas was turned over to the Accounting Depart- \ \
comply with Russia's request tion.For
at that time be- 632J. the Orlando community.
because she didn't believe the prom war was raging ment of the Peoples' Bank. They found 2753 peas in the J ;
tween Turkey and Russia and
a gen-
ises of the allies. Thus what Russia E. CARTER Orlando Fla.
,
got out of the incident was a disap eral outbreak of hostilities was fearedat jar and awarded the ham to Mrs. P. L. Billingsley, 410 ;

I moment. Besides being filled Two Cars in Service for
any Day or
pointment, and the short word.
ugly ORLANDO CONCRETE West Street. Her guess was 2737.
o with war news which reads like mod :Night Calls

FI.ORID.TIlE WINTER ern press reports, the paper in its Remember we have the best groceries, and it is a $
is filled --- -- -------- -
articles concerning America
PLAYGROUND OF TIlE PEOPLEOF WORKS
TIlE UNITED STATES. with references Washington, Ad- A. B. Cook & Co. I pleasure to serve you.

ams, and Franklin. Mention is madeof
(Cincinnati Enquirer)
The State of Florida is rapidly be the new constitution and also to a Christ Building Orlando. 407 LONG STREETAll
much feared outbreak of the Indian
coming the winter play' ground or WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
tribes in the southern states.
amusement park of the people of the
One dispatch mentions the action of
Materials and Income
United States who reside east of the Building
Britain in impressing seamen. Still
Rocky Mountains.But another article tells of a plan which Invesments classes of Concrete work
it is more than that, for it is Our Grocery CompanyTwo
also becoming the residence of hundreds had just been launched by the Pennsylvania LOANSDressmaking done. Concrete Building Blocks,

of thousands of persons who de- legislature to march' force Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Ben-

against the Castilians who were ruling Posts Rose Phones: 3 and 2001]
sire ches White
Way
to escape from the more rigorous ----- - -- ----- -- ,
with hand in the Floridas and
high
a
climate of the northern sections of and Vine Trelices, Fence and

the United States, and who are estab- Louisiana.This newspaper, which takes one ParlorMiss Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. J
lishing their homes under the
sunny
back so far into the past, is the property Vases of every description ,
skies of the land discovered by Ponce
de.Leon. of Mr. L. D. Stebbins, who resides and Bird Fountains. Bring your 'III"'I'III'IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MIMIItllliIMMYancey

No state in the Union has made east of Orlando and who set- Margaret R. Hamiltonfor plans and get estimate for con-
tled in this section in 1886, when his
greater advances in percentage of crete work. Call and see our
father came to live in Orange county.
population, and in business development o present located at 407 S. Or- granite and other natural rock

during the past ten years than
OFF FOR INLET ON faced building blocks. Plans
MOSQUITO Ave.The .
has Florida, and from the reports as ange Meat Market Inc.FULLY
to the tide of emigration from the FISHING TRIP and estimates made. All work .

North and West this winter it would guaranteed. PAID UP
Messrs. Jas. L. Giles, S. Y. Way,
seem that 1915 is to prove a record i public and all former
breaker in Florida annals for gain in J. M. Cheney, Seth Woodruff C. B. T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

population. Robinson, G. R. Ramsey, M. O. Over- patrons invited to call. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

street Dr. Sylvan McElroy, Dr. C. D.
Many farmers from the Northwestern Christ, and D. Batchelor left early $29.15WASHINGTON Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
States, many persons of'independent -
Thursday morning for Mosquito Inlet
means from the Central States, i Florida and Western Meats
supplied with all the necessary para- FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
many industrial workers from the

New England and Middle Atlantic phernalia for a successful fishing trip. D u. C c. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
On account of the bridge being
States are reported as being Florida- washed by the heavy rain Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ...
away
bound during the months of autumn
Wednesday night, they were met at Bu.lne.. (135 r. O. BOX 326
and winter, not as tourists, but as designing AND RETURN: PHONES { Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
Longwood by Mr. C. W. Entzminger,
to become permanent resi-
who piloted them around by way of
dents of that state of genial climate VANILLA VIA
Paola and set them on the right road
and perpetual flowers.It .
is early yet to speak of tourist for Daytona Beach. TUTI FRUTI

travel for the winter but the improved GUAVAICE Atlantic Coast Line
business condition in the North COMING FIRST LADY OF LAND The 1 rket

DESIGNING TROUSSEAU CREAMS.

will undoubtedly contribute stronglyto Washington, Oct. 14.-It became Standard Railroad of the South OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
an increased travel to all the
Southern States. known today'that Mrs. Galt is design- OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

ing most of the gowns and hats for
The announcement of the establish- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
her trousseau herself. The more elaborate
ment of a national golf club nearJacksonville ones are being made by a well AUTO LUNCHESA Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
and the fact that Miami
has been selected, as the winter head- known Washington modiste, while SPECIALTYCLUB Extended to Nov. kith: on pay- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
intended for informal and morn- and pure.
many
of the and Aero-
quarters Hydroplane
plane Association of the United ing wear at the White House are being ment of $1.00 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

evolved by seamstresses now at everything in the Meat Line.
States gives that loversof
a guaranty work under her direction at her home.It Steel Pullman Electric Lights
these sports will be found in Flor- SANDWICH 25c.
became known today also that the Go.
JH. :\ r. Self &
ida in great numbers.The honeymoon probably will be spent at I Electric Fans
beach at Ormond, with its fine
some places on the New Jersey coast. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
facilities for automobile speeding, will

not be overlooked, while the new na
PRESS BOYS WHOOPING IT UPAT We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed For Information Call on
tional highways running from the

North to the South have their routes JACKSONVILLE and Delivered for All W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

laid through the length and breadthof Publishers W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Oct. 14.- Occasions
the Peninsular State. Orlando
and printers from every section .
Florida seems to have as great at- CHALMERS AGENCY
of the state are in Jacksonville
tractions to the money-seekers as it 1-
today for the first joint meeting of ;
does for the MMM I MMMMMMt MMMMM MMMf
pleasure loving sportsmen the five auxiliary press associations of .11'1-1
and its commercial and agricul-
Florida which have been organized i New Chalmers 6-,10-7 passenger will arrive about the
tural interests growing in
are a won-
!
within the past two years. Early
derful way.WANTED morning trains reaching the Gateway Self Rising Flour 20th.

SAFETY o FIRST POSTER City from the different parts of the We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
: to the ,
state brought the delegates While they last, a few 24 pound sacks for 75c.
convention in large numbers and indications -

The slogan, "Safety First," embodied are that meetings will bring! Our stock of Feeds and Provisions is kept fresh.In .
in a pictorial poster! is worth to
together the largest and most representative -
the designer the snug sum of $300. gathering of newspapermenand buying: we always specify the best. If we don't '

this will mark the I WASHING STATION
In streets due time and highways poster of the entire allied in this craftsmen state.A ever brought together get the best we frankly tell you and price the stuff' so AUTO

country, according to the plans of the that you can afford to buy it.

Safety First Society of Greater Detroit GOOD INVESTMENTIs : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr


A contest for such a poster will be one that will yield n guaranteed I PHONE 417
income for ten '('arl. We handle income "
)
the at the The Produce Co.
launched by society convention investments yielding 8 per cent Co-Operative

of the Safety First Federation of net regularly. Real Estate Roml

America in Detroit, October 19 and :Mortgages and I Income I Investment | '\'. S. Dewitt, :Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE oS 17 JMMIillinillMIIIIIIIIMIMIIimilllllllMMMIIU -- -

and will close about January 1, all Your money should yield S per cent
20, In Florida. A. U. Cook & Co., Orlan- Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
designs to b. submitted to the society do. 10-16-lmc ,



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Davenport I;::Oct. 14.-Delegates I Joliet, Ill., Oct.-14.-"Paternalismof I I i I Tampa, Fla., Oct. 14.-Business! at-I I II I

from nine states-Iowa, Illinois Missouri a ranker sort than practiced (by tended to last night tiy the city council "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree \ \
Minnesota, Wisconsin Kansas I any European nation, except for low- included the passing of an ordinance

and North nnd South Dakota ath-I: ect peasants, is now being proposed I, which makes it a misdemeanorfor ,. ,
ered heiej'today, for the :\litl-We't 'I generally for American farmers," ex- any one to falsely advertise!:: anything V = '
Conferen<*p on Preparedness financed I IGovernor I Myron T. llernck, of Ohio I he may have for sale, either :: -ia Unless Budded : :
t,y the "trl-cities" Davenport, !Hock 1'I told the Illinois Banker Associationhere .through newspapers or in any other + : r ,.
l 1and end Moline I I this afternoon.He manner. 11 afford Jones''', secretary ,.r 4' 4" 1 '
The especial object of the two-day paid the rural credit movement the Merchants' Association, tn"I'tht' ' from Bearing
convention U to bong before the |people :. had gone wild, correct principle* Itt council' this I li; the same ordinam'*> i' t i rr ' Y z %

of the Middle, Wt'"h''' are far h1llttJl\Jhllt!: have !been> ignored, ihcafI wa'" asked! to |pass"' last", year not 'Hpil
fnm" the danger nf foreign lI1YI".lolI, I I money, though government! tht ?r\en= e\i ktwe! of fraud committed in Mil,' trees of a I known
the heed i,f MH adequate army IUIII :''Hun: and ipHe| | )4t let r *H
'Chas' 'become 1 the rear fry ef the faun Ilia)| the! teat UUIK "cpaeun"' the "I'lled
lilt'I" 1"\'mil I TS uf the cnnfpretwehalleva er's tt1 hld! ', 11111lIIIlI";:, I sneers Hhdlui.lileo "Rill'\ ghee any one! who l i.. .." r'haat
they "11Iohllw the citisans of n>e \ awake tu 14't'\ 14 thdWe fur redleaa and Imposes atine Quantity und

thin optionvhUh\ \has\ hall| & 1 at'arItof .j movementil1 inevitably" I-a ifui.I".1| | u" the personfon falsely: mixer-
tath'Ing' opponents of military 'I.)' Socialists directly into the hands data hU fllotl not to eyfeed'IHI' ;: or s

measures, that the cause of national of government" ninety days w the stockade, Quality of Pro-
preparedness for defense Iii i their I Taking up the legislation of the different -
cause as well as the cause of New I states, the Philippines and AUCADIA( SUM),US IN IJKASI'
England, the Middle Atlantic States, 1'orto Rico in detail, he declared! that, OF BLl'K: LAWS "
anti the Pacific coast :excepting the California law, "everyone Arcadia, 1"11Oct.. 14.-The city duction. -.0.W.
The commercial organizations of of these laws violates in some council held an adjourned meeting
Davenport, Rock Island, Moline, East !:way or other basic principles disre- Monday evening for the purpose of I
Moline and Bettendorf have raised a I. gards the rights of persons not intended passing drastic Sunday closing laws Conner.
fund from which all expense of members to be benefited, and bean the which they did. From this time for- ..

of congress attending the conference 'I.I mark of class legislation." ward Arcadia has the lid on Sunday, Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
will be defrayed.At and proposes to enforce the law to grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
Hock Island is the large govern the fullest extent. No more cold
CHAMP CLARK TO BE ONE OFATT1t.tCfIONS
ment arsenal, covering 30 acres and AT MARION drinks, cigars, tobacco or magazinesfor
representing an investment of $13- COUNTY FAIR the public on Sunday. If you wantto
000,000. The )local speakers will show be good all right, you can, and if Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE{ OCKLAWAHA
Ocala Fla., Oct. 14. Plans being
the importance of this inland arsenal are you don't want to be, you must be NURSERIES
made and things into began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
which could not be captured in the I gotten anyhow, say the ctiy fathers. The
nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in test what could be
early days of a foreign invasion. splendid condition for the approaching blue laws are now in force and the lid our groves accomplished -
annual Marion county fair, to beheld is on, nailed down and with the city by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, :yes, DEMAND
'I in this city the last of next council sitting on the lid. : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
ASK BRITISH GIRLS TO WED: month. There is to feel
MAIMED MEN every reason five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
that it is going to excel all previous
I fairs held in this county.In for Saturday tion. What' would YOU do in their place :Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
Specials -
London, Oct. 14.-The Rev. Ernest spite of the bad weather last trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a IJUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE=

Houghton, a Krutol pastor, has started rida-"fRrmers day"-there was a and Monday interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
an appeal to Hritish women to give large crowd out at the fair grounds, time and money to bring it into bearing.

their lives to ameliorate the condition and as soon as the rain censed they Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where
of maimed heroes of the war by marrying put in a good day's work clearing up
for $1.00 are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCI LAY AliA NURSERIES the
them. He has started "The the grounds and getting them in good 1(5( pounds Granulated Sugar you originatorsof
League for the Aid of Maimed Heroes shape. Ifi pounds Fancy Head Rice for1.00 proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
of the War." lie claims that' The chief attractions for the coming IK pounds Brown Sugar for __$1.00 Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

there will be a greater percentage of fair this year is to be the visit of 24 lb. Best Patent Flour for __$1.00 Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
happiness than usual because the lion. Clark November 24, 6 packages; any kind W. Powder
Champ on
marriages will be based on a higher which has been designated as "}""Ior. and Pearline for ______________25c work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
degree of unselfishness. Strict secrecy ida Day. G Boxes Sardines for ____________23c .vay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

is promised as to the identity of G packages matches! for _________25c comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
Kinghan's; S. Bacon and Hams
the women until the arrangementsfor
the INDIANAPOLIS WILL BE CHOICEOF per pound ____________-______lc
marriages are complete. W. C. T. U. FOR NEXT
I 3 cans Assorted Soups for ______25c
YEAR California Peaches Pears Apri-
MAYOR 'BELL ACQUITTED OF i Seattle Wash., Oct. 14.-Delegate'sto
cots and Plums, per can ______20c Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
CONSPIRACY CHARGE the national convention of the Wo- L
I Fancy D. Peaches and Prunes, I
men's Christian Temperancec Union I pound ____ _ __10c
per - --- --- -
Indianapolis Ind., Oct. 14.-Mayor'have completed all the important business -
Sweet and Irish Potatoes per peck 35c W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
Joseph E. Bell was acquitted here and the final day of their ses.
_____
Imported Lemons, per dozen ISc
Wednesday after having been on trial sions was passed in discussing meth-
for over five weeks on a charge of ods of work. Honest Weights and Measures G.' G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
conspiracy in the recent elections. lies'1 The choice of a convention city will ,
was indicted with more than 100 oth- be made tonight and it is expected I
ers, including Thomas Taggart, Dem- that Indianapolis will be selected.
ocratic national committeeman, and Cash Grocery Co. HIMItltlMtllllllMMIMIMIIMIM .......... < II M B M 11111 1111M 1111 11 M.?
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FOIL RKN'T: -FurnUhtnl" room. three SURGEON:
,lmk' from Central and
Park News U\'t'IIUt'iI. Ht'u)onulI". P. (). llox Orange 4.:>11.! Dr. How"ell, osteopathic physicianand
surgeon, announces that he has
ity. liMtS-Ot> returned from Harvard University, S
where he took post graduate work in Saturday ddments
FOR SALE-A good ten year old 1 eye, ear nose and throat diseases
horse Sound and perfectly gentle. Also physical diagnosis (nerves y
Also good spring wagon and harness heart, lungs kidneys and other viscera
Call Magruder'a Stable. 10-16-lt ), and electrotherapy and contagious -

. Daily Budget Of! Items ConcerningThe diseases. Office, Cheney building -
VANTED-Good machinist to workat opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
Winter Park. Must be able to phone: Office 617; residence 1018
Town And Rollins College repair automobiles and not a user of In glancing through our stock we find a quantity of odd lots,
alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. \\ est St.. -- odd styles odd colors, etc., in Hosiery, Corsets Towels, Silk Waists.
'
Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc 3- Sheets Pillow
Slips, etc., etc. There's nothing old about them;

WINTER PARK GETTING OX THE PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER FOR OWNER desirable they're simply lines we are discontinuing.If .
ofery 40
MAP IX GREAT ShAPE SINCE WINTER PARK partially improved farm finds acre it low odd prices will move them Saturday will be a day of

SEXTIXEL STARTED WINTER Some in a Kansas town necessary to go North Will sell at clearance. We don't enumerate them all-just a few-jou must
years ago Strangersarriving
PARK SECTION great sacrifice. Beautiful lake front. come down Saturday and judge for yourself their lowness of price
there was a young woman who held a New furnished house. Address Owner, and oddness. Here goes-
position as court stenographer. Think- care Sentinel. 10-16-6t
(From Jacksonville Times-Union) ing to better herself she accepted a in Orlando will makeno

The Winter Park correspondent of stenographic position with a banking WANTED Thoroughly competent LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE

the Orlando Sentinel tells of the work house, and by the! exercise of ability bookkeeper must, be with able satisfactory to reference mistake in going to the Model Imported, in black and white, also pink and sky, nearly every size
; use typewriter -
now being started to construct a large and energy worked her way upward and take full charge of office: Cafe. If they choose to take in the range. A 50c. quality

addition to the Winter Park packing through all of the minor positions at Winter Park. None but thoroughly Saturday 19c. a pair
house. "The addition," says the Sentinel until she became cashier of the bank. competent need apply. Call at 40s 25c. meal or a 15c. special
S. West street, Orlando, 6.3p.) to 7
"will make for the installation -
room
Her family recently disposed of p. m. 10-16-tfc they are assured of getting the PILLOW SLIPS
of machinery to double the their property, and unable to with-
Size 45x36 heavy thread close the famous EXCELSIOR
capacity of the plant. Last year the stand the lure of the land of flowers, GET IN TOUCH WITH THESE best that can be served for the weave
make, an exceptionally good 15 cent slip,
Winter Park packing house handled
came to this state and settled in Or- PEOPLEThe
nearly one hundred thousand boxes of lando. The young woman hearing of money. If they should chosea Saturday 23c. a pair; 2 pairs for 15c.;

fruit." The paper adds that "Short.age the local shortage of stenographers, Sentinel is daily in receipt of more elaborate meal they maybe

of the fruit crop this year will not came to Winter Park, and after look letters from prospective tourists, asking DEMCO SHEETS

affect the Daetwiler plant, at Winter ing over the situation and calling for data as to board, rooms, etc., sure that it will be well Size 81\t 0. This make is one of the most reliable made; will

Park, as they do not depend upon the upon several leading citizens, among and all persons who have rooms to cooked and moderate in price stand. hard wear with the best of them. A sheet fully worth 85c.

local supply but ship great quantitiesof them Mayor Temple, has decided that rent, or apartments, should place a Saturday 65; cents; $1.23; pair
fruit from all directions." this is a good place to practice her classified ad. in the Sentinel and get Oysters fresh every day.

* profession and will probably open in on the harvest. The season is just

i Winter Park had a first class nine- offices here Monday. around the corner and the wise ones PROSPERITY SHEETS

hole golf course last season, but the Winter Park has long needed a pub- are making their selection in advance.As I Here's the last of the ?;2\t>0. About three dozen in all, worth 59c.

visitors arriving early at this famous lic stenographer and there'is no doubt an advertising medium, there is I OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModel each ._
resort will be delighted to find that that the young lady in question will no question but that the Sunday pa. I Saturday while they last 39c.

the course has been doubled and that be welcomed with an abundance of per delivers the goods. Send your -

Winter Park can boast of as fine an work. Her name and official an.. copy in early today for the paper to- 36 inch WHITE STRIPED MADRAS

eighteen-hole golf course as there is nouncement will be made later. morrow. Splendid for Shirts, Waists .or Dresses a splendid quality, fine
anywhere. The advantage of the
Cafe I
close even weave, good patterns,
larger links is that more players can COUNCIL REJECTS CITY HALL SKATING RINK Regularly sold at 25 cents.
be accommodated and also that it II
BIDS
gives greater variety in the play and Until further notice ladies admittedfree Saturday 12'/z cents yard
At is meeting Thursday night the at night, except special occasions. I
offers much more opportunity for the
town council rejected all of the bids 110.13tfc
thousands of different strokes and HUCK TOWELSWe
submitted for the construction of the
drives. The standard of the game is have about 30 dozen of odd Towels the accumulation of many
new city hall and jail. This action
an eighteen-hole course and while purchases worth from $1.25 to $1.65 per dozen
was forced because of the fact that
nine holes allow for correct playingand SpecialsThursday Saturday while they last 85c.; a dozen
the lowest of the bids totalled practically -
furnish considerable sport, there
twice the amount which the
is always possibility of golfers having I
proposed building was to cost. "BON TON" CORSETSOdd
to wait, and little varietyin
very i
Two thousand dollars is availablefor lines in mostly this seasons styles. In all one quality. Regular
the hazards. The golf course as
I Ii this work, and the architects were Friday Saturday price $3.75.
now arranged at Winter Park covers ,
instructed to draw plans for a two Saturday $2.75;
nearly one hundred acres and will be
thousand dollar building. The com-
classed as among the best in the
mittee thought that the plans were
state../ PUSSY WILLOW TAFFETA WAISTS
rather elaborate, but was assured fiy
the architects that the cost would not 21 pound sack Self Rising Flour . . eo . . . . . . . eo . .90c The genuine fabric, beautifully made in the latest styles, in hand-
ROLLINS VS. U. OF F. some stripe effects of copen, navy and black on white ground.
exceed $2,100 at most. The contractors -" 24 pound sack Pillsbury! Flour . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90c waist
Actually a $7.00
After some delay due to engine different
trouble the U. of F. team came on basis evidently, and the construction figured on a of the hall 21 pound Any High Grade Flour . . . . . . . eo eo . . . .90c Saturday for $2.98

the field at Palatka Thursday at 3 will' be temporarily delayed. 21 pound Gold Medal Flour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90c

p. moo where the Rollins team, and an Council also passed a resolution or- 18 pounds of Rice for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 LINGERIE WAISTSA
enthusiastic crowd of spectators, were dering the installation of lights at special purchase much under value. The lot includes dainty

waiting, and play commenced almostat every street intersection within the 3 pound can Rosedale Peaches, worth 33c.: for . . . . . . .20c ideas carried out in Fancy Voiles, Crepes, Sheer Organdies, etc

once. sanitary limits, which' roughly estimated 3 cans Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c; all with long sleeves. In the ordinary way could not be sold for
The U. team of veterans outweighedthe the between the less than $1.50.
Rollins about ten pounds, comprises area 3 cans Peas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25c 98 cents
men by A. C. L. tracks and lakes Osceola and Saturday

and were confident that their month's Virginia, east and west, and from the Sour Kraut, per can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc

training and greater experience would New Seminole hotel to the railroad Butter, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35c SHIRTING TUB SILKSAn
give them an easy victory over their
green and untrained opponents. crossing from north to south. Sugar, 16 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 exceptionally good purchase, all this season's new patterns in
The committee on police was or- the latest stripe effects, fabrics absolutely the very best, in two
Rollins kicked off to Florida and dered to arrange for a man for all 3 packages Corn Flakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c qualities.

touchdowns Florida carried by short the ball tackle over plays for dur-two night duty, between the months of 3 Packages Post Tosties . . . . eo . . eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo 25c Regular $1.25 value, Saturday 89c
November and May. Regular $1.50 value Saturday $1.10
ing the first quarter. Martin, Black Arbuckle Coffee, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ISc ,

and Lewis, of Rollins, were all CHASE HALL RECEPTION 6 Argo Starch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25c FANCY COTTON OUTING FLANNELS
knocked out, temporarily, within a
space of three minutes. The annual Chase Hall receptionwill 8 bars Soap for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25c 25 pieces just come in. A purchase made long before the price
be this evening, and
The second quarter was a repetitionof member given of the student body and every faculty 3 Old Dutch Cleanser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c leap in Alabama wool. In twenty-five different patterns of stripes,
the first as to scores. During the checks and plain colors. Couldn't be bought today at the price we
third quarter it became plainly evident is expected to attend. The entertainment 2 cans Baxter Maine Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c are asking. Saturday your choice of one, two or three patterns
that
committee promises
that the Rollins team was find- 10 yards for 95eHORRICK'S
everybody will be given a fine ime.
ing itself. Florida scored once.
An elaborate program has been arranged -
In the last Rollins came to
quarter POPLINA
and the affair bids fair to be

her own and, barring one score by the most successful of the year. T. A. MANNAnnouncement fabric known almost all over the civilized world for its durabil-
fluke the ball
,
Florida on a tricky
ity and good washing qualities. Comes in pure white only and is
stayed within twenty yards of the BANK OF WINTER PARK MAKES very suitable for nurses' dresses, house dresses, middy blouses, sep-
U. goal throughout, fumbling costing CHANGE arate skirts, etc.

Rollins a score twice. The Bank of Winter Park an- We make a leading line of it at 25c. a yard.
The Rollins team played as a unit,
his nounces that it will observe regular On Saturday our price is 19c
no one man standing out among
banking hours throughout the winter
fellows enough to merit special men-
tion. season. Business hours will be from 32 inch CRENNELLE CLOTHA

9 a. m. to 3 p. m. and the bank will production of the famous Amoskeag Mills. It is a fabric extremely

IX HONOR( (>I-' MRS. O'NEAL AND: not close for the noon hour as it has suitable for children's School dresses, separate waists,
MALLORY been in the custom of doing duringthe house dresses, etc.Saturday.
MRS. summer. We are moving into our new building, and .
A very delightful reception was we make a special price, 15c ).ardMen's

given yesterday afternoon from 4 to 6 WINTER PARK NOTES will have a new stock of goods on display

o'clock by Dean Ferguson and the ShoesThe
Cloverleaf in honorof
young ladies of J. C. Ximanios, of Miami, spent
Mrs. O'Neal and Mrs. Mallory, of Winter Park yesterday.Charles . Thursday MorningW.
Orlando. some hours in new Fall and Winter Styles of the Johnson & Murphy Co,

of are here in all the new leathers.
took the form a sew-
The affair
W. Smith, of Jacksonville. Price $-1.00 to $7.00
ing party and was greatly enjoyed by Savannah Plumbers' j
served representing the Jut rcehed-The October styles of the John David's New York
all. Light refreshments were Supply company, visited Winter Park H. SCHULTZ Neckwear, Price 55 cents.Grocery.
by the hostesses during the afternoon. esterday. .


CHANGE GARAGE INTO RESIDENCE Winter Park FloridaMMMMMMMMMIilMlillM
A. Bergstein, representing a prominent DepartmentBe

I clothing firm of Atlanta, was in
The urgent need for more residences hours calling -- --
for yesterday
some
town
eats. We in buying. The
particular in your are our
in Winter Park is shown by the trade.F. IMiltMM
the fact that even garages are being i upon best of everything is none too good for our customers,

converted into dwellings in order to B. Vary, of the Western Electric comparison of prices is exceptionally favorable to us.DicksonIves .

accommodate would be residents. At company, was here yesterday from i Winter Park Auto Co. i

least that is what J. C. Vick; the accommodating Atlanta to arrange for the installa-

A. C. L. agent is doing. tion of a complete system of inter-

The garage is benig remodeled and communicating house telephones in
changed into a residence and has already of Temple.
the residence Major
been rented. BUICK and FORD CARS

Roland Barze received an urgent Co.V
"PEP" MEETING AT LYMAN telegram from the Ybor City base-

GYMNASIUM ball nine late Thursday asking him to \ Repairing Painting and Auto

A mass meeting of the college stu- come on for the game yesterday : ,

dents was held last night at Lyman Barze has won several games for the SuppliesOPEN

Gymnasium for the purpose of organizing Ybor City crowd this season and af-

the cheering squad and awak- I ter they dropped their Thursday'sgame .DEPARTMfNT STORE.

ening enthusiasm. The entire college with West Tampa they lost no ... ...

turned out to the meeting and there time in calling him to the rescue.
was sufficint "pep" an denthusiasmto DAY AND NIGHT i iiiiiiiiiiiiiMiittiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiiiMMii'ii -ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEWinter "

satisfy the most ardent Rollins Want anything Ask for it through i i

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TODVVS PROGRXM III

4-Reels-.1
.- ROUSING GOOD W. C. T. U. :MEET "HOLCOMB'S HORSE RACE: Broncho. "The Shadowgraph-
I INGESTERDVY sage," in two parts.

J A splendid attendance at the W. C. Here is a man with a message. A Komic. "Where Breezes Blow"" Fi
I American. "The Butterflj
1 T. U. meeting yesterday afternoon indicated man who strikes evil, of every kind Five cents to all

I increasing interest in the with the awful force of a trip ham-

work of preparing for the event mer. No ,vice escapes his telling
I
LOCALOMAN IN WRECK
I which means much not only to the blows. He wounds but only with the<

,,local Union but to the city of Orlaado. thought of healing. The operation is;
Mrs. Clara Hanks Blackman
The state convention of the \\. ,the one necessary thing to prolong was
one of the passengers on an A. C. L.
C. T. U. will bring into our homes be- !life. With the skill of a trained surgeon -' t3a1 sf w
train, a part of which was derailedby
F tween two and three hundred earnest I he applies the scalpel to the cancer -
a washout near Orlando on Wed
A__ 3 workers in the noble cause. The open i that is eating at the heart of the<
nesday. She, along with other o 0
hand of hospital has already been religious, social and political life of: pas- We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have
was shaken considerably.
free extended, as Mrs J. L. Guern- the sengers up I
; I nation. No one was injured.-St. Petersburg hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
sey has booked about a hundred I The inheritance of his youth makes:
Times.
names of those who are glad to re him what he is. Sam Jones was his! only 25c. including epgrawng, and they are very popular.

ceivd the delegates and furnish lodgnK !father-in-law. Side by side he labored -

and breakfast during the conven- with him in his later campaigns:

tion.The :and caught the spirit.lie Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER ALLEN & CO. JEWELER
meeting was opened with a was the biographer of the man ,

song, "When Prohibition Wins." This: he loved, the best known evangelistand
cD!i it
was followed by prayer by Mrs E. Chautauqua lecturer Americaever b.
Lee Smith and the 23rd Psalm in uni- produced. ===:Ir= !OCI I===

son. Routine business occupied a Walt Holcomb has in him the fire of -

I short time. The reports of the vatioua I youth and an unquenchable ambition .:,:='>, -- --

convention committees showed< I to make things better. He is thee- Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber' I,', .' .7t..! '... "\ ; Unusual DesignsSome

I that idleness ia an unknown quantity). I I hicle of true Southern oratory at its "". ,.HY..\i. c.. .--. ffiy-r'I.IV ..,
u VS people, in fact, a great ,
in their makeup. I I I best. ; \"j' many
II: : "'J
e,.... .c-! "d prefer unique and original effectsin
I I The liberality of Orlando's business; In a legitimate and attractive way HAS OPENED A PLUMBING: SHOP ?W:" ;....;r ....... 1..: ... .._-..( ...'" wall decorations. We anticipatethese
men and women is indeed gratifying he seeks to do and say things in an nV-Ci r
f' \\\ J 'fi i demands and always carry in
Their response to requests in all lines: original way and gloriously succeeds. ON: WEST PINE STREET, JUST .,-< ,,. > . stock something entirely different
often exceeds the expectations of the He is unlike any one else-he is himself ... \ ) _."
f from others. Will you call here or
The gasoline con- committee and is certainly appre- ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. '. t \''1.'J.$' :f ,.' J; ,t will we send our sample book to you?
ciated by every member of the Union. His lectures abound in illustrationand .'j ..co d ;

Mrs. Hux.nble, district president. i anecdote and scintillate with wit. .e;
sumption is unusu- brings greetings from the towns in Homely philosophy and sublime truthare Mf t'14, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
"" g.
her district in the form of an invita- happily blended. )
205 S, Orange Avenue
ally low. tion to the convention to be their His delivery is impassioned and I
Phone 204
guests on Wednesday: November 10, dramatic. lIe can hold any crowd he< COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261

at the mid-day meal. This necessitated faces. lie has appeared at the best .u___ __ _ -----_
the appointment of a committee< Chautauquas in America, and has

to find a place to serve the dinner. been recalled to many of them several
INGLENOOK CAKE AND
Mrs. J. Magruder, Mrs. J. U. Tucker years in succession. His "Horse Race"

and Mrs. Thomas have the re ponsibilit lecture outdraws a county fair and is; CANDY PARLOR

}.. a perfect platform gem. It is 110 CAREY HANDFUNERAL

,'- Seven new members were added to< "different," and therein lies its: Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,

the Union and were given the white strength. etc.
AndWith ribbon salute. The membership is Orders taken for parties.Located DIRECTORAND
in rear of Branch's BookStore
increasing more and more rapidly and ADDITIONAL LOCALS

interest in the cause develops.The Arcade EMBALMERAll \

rummage sale committee was Messrs. A. G. Payne and M. II

in evidence by reqeustmg more donations Davis, representatives of the Louis.

of material to supply the increasing ville & Nashville railroad, with headquarters -
calls answered Promptly Dayor
demand. A nearby town is in Jacksonville, was among:

being supplied with garments that the popular transportation men visiting Hand Block.

find a ready sale among those who Orlando jcsterday.Mrs. Night.
already -
gasoline wish to take advantage of the oppor-

tunity to get good goods at a slight O. S. Robinson, who visited GRANDTODAY Orlando Florida.PHONE .

advanced Mrs. C. II. Abbott in this city for ,

cost.Any and all garments sent to Mrs. several days last week, spent a few 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457

1 l-2c in last month Sanders, 22 East Church street, will days at Daytona Beach before return-

,) receive careful attention and he ing to her home in Orlando.-Day to- I

turned into cash at the first opportu- na item, New Smyrna Breeze.
and another ad-
nity, either at home or abroad.
4ltliltllllillllillllllllllillH > IIIMIIIM MM
It was found necessary to have an- Mr. Carl H. Krippendorf, a prominent -'

vance of 2c, which other extra meeting next Friday. manufacturer of shoes, arrivedin "IN THE DAYS OF FAMINE"A :

+ Orlando yesterday afternoon over

into effect Friday PROGRAM: EQUAL SUFFRAGE the Coast Line from Cincinnati, Ohio,,
goes LEAGUEThe and will spend a week or ten days Vitagraph Broadway Star : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

of this week following program has been with his friend, Mr. Robert Cohoon,, Special Feature in three acts,

,, announced by the Orlando Equal Suf- fishing and enjoying out door life.

frage League foX 1915-1916: featuring

Gasoline becomes, Social Teas Mrs. J. E. Reed, daughter and son,, DOROTHY KELLY

October 28th-Hostess, Mrs. F. A. Miss Alma and Mr. Arthur Reed, arrived -

factor to be reckoned Curtis. Committees Program, Miss in Orlando last evening from J AIESIORRISO
Ella Switzer; refreshments, Mrs. Helen -
Ensign. sKnyembyr Spring Lake, N. J., where they spent GEORGE COOPER

with. : fith-Hostess, Mrs.John the summer, and will again occupy CURTIS & O'NEAL
T. Fuller. Committees Program, their home, 404 Gunby avenue. Mr.
Helen Starbuck refreshments,
Mrs. ;
Reed and daughter, Miss Ada,
Mrs. Florence Beardall. pre- "FABLE OF TWO SENSATIONAL -
January 27th-Hostess, Mrs Mah- ceded them to Orlando two weeks
Ion Gore. Committees: Program, Mrs. ago. FAILURES"By ; ; Insurance Loans Real Estate
refreshments Mrs. Is-
Helen Ensign; ,
abel Stanley.
February 24th-Hostess, Mrs.: W. FRENCH KEEP PARIS CORSETS George Ade Rentals
,.I R. O'Neal. Committees Program,, FROM GERMANY .
Mrs. John Schnarr: ; refreshments,,
Miss Mabel O'Neal. An Essanay Comedy.
March 25th-Hostess, Mrs. P. P. Berlin-A Dutch correspondent reports -

Phillips. Committees Program, Miss to the German trade paper,,
Emma Hainer; refreshments Miss "Der Konfectionaer," that the French
5 cents 10 cents
Margaret Switzer.
government has prohibited the exportof
April 29th-Hostess Mrs. Helen
Wright. Committees Program, Mrs., corsets to all neutral countries
Alice G. Kollock; refreshments, Mrs from which they might reach Ger-
T. Pictonarlow. many. The order issued by the ESTABLISHED 1888
The officers President, Mrs
are
French authorities states that the
Isabel Stanley; first vice-president,,
1 Mrs \\. R. O'Neal; second vice-president corsets contain metal and must there-
1Irs.Iahlon Gore; third vice- fore be considered contraband. This
president, Mrs Frank II. Clum; secretary raised the puzzling question What MMIillMilMIMMIIMIIIIIilllllimillllMMHMMHand's
:Mrs Alice G. Kollock; treas-
shall be done to neutral if
a ship one
urer, Mrs F. A. Curtis.
Regular monthly business meeting of the neutral or German women passengers -
second Wednesday of each month at is found wearing corsets Is

10 a. m. Unity Chapel.f such a vessel subject to capture' .

MRS. :\ENTERTAINED
LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
Mrs I R. C. Mann charmingly en-

tertained ai lOut thirty ladies yesterday -
IWPhillips Editor Sentinel-We are beginningto
afternoon at her home on Magnolia -
pee the results of the Exchange
4 avenue at a thimble party. The
fruit law. Porto Rico
green orangesare ;
house interior was beautifully decorated
selling in Orlando at five cents
( in flowers-hibiscus, roses, etc.

Ice cream, cake and punch were each. '
Honda would Fell at the
served The hostess' was assisted' in oranges
Ice CreamMade
name price in the North but the Florida Pure
serving l II>' :Miss Hope Starbuck and
Miss' Claire Robinson. shipper can not ship without vio.latinir .
the Inw.

+ The I'orto Rico fruit plainly shows
& SOCIETY) : NOTIS OF INTERESTMr :
that it wan picked! green and colored!
Kate Wright returned home
after it was picked t besides! it I.I more In Orlando
yesterday> afternoon after nn all ,urn.mt'r'
less ticca 'ed.
or }
almence from Orlando. While
t:. M. THOMAS.
absent she lulled the I'unnnm.l'ficltle\

Sons and the Sun l Diejio exposition and
SClTttUS: : 1.F.lYS] ASSISTANT
many beautiful and hUtorlc spots in FIRE CHIEFAt
he: Went. Kn route to this city Mn.IVrlght .

pent some time with rein- the regular\ October meeting of Phone 566-666

lives and friend at her former home the Orlando tire department Harry P.Leu .

In Memphis, Tenn. resigned\ a. assistant fire chief,
.
ill place being taken by P. F. Lau.

II. a'. O. ELKS, ATTENTION: bath, elected unanimously.

Special meeting Saturday, the 16th NOTICE

n.t., at 3 p. m, for the purpose of Notice Is hereby given that Mae
ratifying reports of committee and Tallman[ ha severed<< .connection
balloting on six application By with the Grand and Lucerne theatre

I order of the E. R. I (Signed) GRAND II'AN10.16.tl. AMUSEMENT\':, I.I.CO ._,-

Justin Van Buskirk secretary." .: Ily H. lieacham, Jr.

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( TO CO; TO 1'111.oLE. IN I Ii NO RACE SUICIDE AT I1RADEN- Guests registering at the San.Juan i You'll hear a man say "No, it Fire InsuranceCOOK
AEROPLANE TOWN hotel yesterday included M. T. Ilene- doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
j to too small class of "
a ,
: I diet, H. F. I'hirrs, II. C. Allan Tampa And yet when the same man loses |
I New York.-Friends; of Rt'nrd- Ilrn+lentown, Fla., Oct. II.-The ; S. E. Hall, Jr., Mollie; J. I. Mil I his bunch of keys he rushes to the -
,miral Robert E. 1'eary, discoverer of letter Rabies contest to be held at l ler. Detroit; Ed. Harper, J. F. Steph- newspaper with a "Lost" ad although
1! the North Pole, congratulated him today the Baptist church October :2t5, :27! and enson W. A. Liahtfoot, T. E.: Kajr- wide world he knows there is that in the whole & HAAS, Agents
I only one person! I
upon the fortunate termination JH:! promises to command 1 an enrollment land, Atlanta; W. 1I"Ihinl': l S. who can possibly l>e influoi red by his ,
his ilr\ .t flight in n hydro-aeroplane, hf more than 600 bul.ion. The I-uuphciiu-r, Baltimore: Si i.r.. Gardner. "Loot" nd. Contradictory, ii n't it? I Christ Building
which! ended in n volplane into the enrollment hm now reached l'*>'5 with New York; It. K. Moore Xatlmlle; (.
wntcr oil Long lU-iuh, bong Ixlnnd, entries open until Friday.Mr II. T. Howard. C.: It. Champlain, M. H.
from n height of 1,-041 feet, lifter the I *. (', 1 I.'. Waller, chairman of the !11\'i, E. I P. Ray: J. I K.: :Stewart I Hal.EnUft 'I
engine had stopped In midair.Itcur central committee, immediately after : Jacksonville; W. L. Itauman "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
Admiral I Vary Mild I: he enrollment clone, will make arrangement Akron; II. I.. Jnndon, H. II. Hroun.Savannah .
"I thought it wan all n part of the in order that the babies! ; Ed.: Price Ihu'tow; K. M.McHride to DeLaney Drug Co.
..ame when we started to come down may appear in classes of about 'JO"' St. Louis\ ; .F. A. Ijuikford.
I had not the slightest idea there wasnythinir on each of the three day*. Philadelphia' ; Chas. C.m-n.; K. W. Everett -
A. It. Friiri'l. Ira J. Julinxton,
wrong with the machine. Examination will be by phynirlnn
The exploiter made the flight >'e!I' drawn from all towns of the county. Arcadia; A. A. William, Arcadia; I. We have a new supply of Sponges in
If tl'l'llIIY with Frank II. Hurnslde. The The Woman's ('hrl! tian Temperanre A. Whitney, St. 1't't'J'"lour
machine rine! steadily to 1,211U 1 <> f'rt.1 Union i Ii"" npon."ur for the mntr all grades and prices. Just what
when the magneto/ became disabled\. \ ) i "t, with dlMrlrt chairmen In e>ei'> --
and the engine Mopped." llurn"ide I town in Manatee county you want for automobile or
made it perfect spiral! \otptane! to (the I H BERRY
water, and H motor boat towed I the house
use.TELEPHONE
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lnnbltHl,) l hdrii-neioi1ahe| to the .hntf I
Asked haw he would like to make it FOR SALE ,
rip In the North IVle in mi nlrrhlp+, NO. 2
Sold tle tear admiral' tmidi A complete lint of Ford Acces
"'l1 h\ would bw 'fine\ In the nummerwe. --
lIorlljl ft stntr of expert meehnn-
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." 6 acre, quarter mile from city, half
in bearing budded orange and Ica to render satisfaction In oil J. D. WOODBECK Manager

)IOI.COMH( / SAYINGS AT FIRST grapefruit $1.500.
lines of Automobile Repair
METHODIST) ) CHURCH.. 110 acres "close in," 5 acres in young

"We remember what we should forget I bearing grove; small house $2,000 Work Vulcanizing Oils and
what should 10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra good SKATING RINKLADIES'
and forget we re Gasoline and fair and
square
fine trucking
member." citrus land 2 acres
I
QuickCorner "Next to a wife an automobile isthe land. $600.00. prices.
greatest institution in this country 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
and very much like a wife, when grove; 4-room house; good barn
DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
they get out of fix you have no idea and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200
what is the matter with themyoudon't 40 acres, 15 acres fenced, small -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
know whether you have had a house, garage and outbuildings. For Nine YearsWe INSTRUCTORS.Open .
puncture or a blow-out." The 'land corners on large spring
"And old church member got me to lake. Very cheap, $1,500. 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

endorse a note for him for $600, and 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out, have been in business at the
Cor. South Ave. and Jackson St.
Orange
1 had it to pay, but I haven't a thing $1,000. same location, Corner of South
against the old brother-except$600."
and
"There are two classes of personsin City Country Main and Church Streets.
the church-stragglers and strug- ADMISSION 10 CENTS
At
Property War Phone 226
glers.
prop- "I don't want to know anything: Time PricesCALL I
that you know about any one in Or-
lando. That is just town talk. But Orlando's Leading Repair Shop

erty 380 feet I would like to know what you know OR PHONE and Garage
ORLANDO ROOFING
about yourself that hasn't got out on ;
E. C. Young
you yet. ANL
by 418 on street 'toom 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
Try a Sentinel want ad. I Phone 569. MisdirectedEconomy SHEET METAL CO

that has brick -- - -- -

FORAGE GROCERY CO. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

piled on side, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a and Rubber
Trying to save few cents by RoofingsCornices
Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. having your work handled by inferior

and will be hands. Skylights?Healing, Ventilating, MplalCclllngs;
I Saturday and All Next Week Your personal Influence is
enhanced when are
greatly you Work 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
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paved within m4'r:!' itAM'LATii: ) SL'Alt,17 POUNDS WK .*!I.UII clad In Immaculate linen.
i'tujiu'HVM: 1' rLnrtt/ 21. MI. $.UK w I
wsr: I'\ ll\( CLOCK( '', $":I.I' msivi C ou PLAIN I 21. Lit, 'suu! . . stir J
2 weeks. Will \iin; m:>'"r <.HIIMMJ; ; ; .\('111:5: NIK NUK . . . . .neMir OrlandoSteam
?<\ ; ; ('nl'11(1 I ( ;?*, iILL1)11-: ) \\1'4! 11:11: ( I'I'C; K " . ,:milIIIISM -
1'omor.s.( (( ; MAIM: CUIIIIII'IhS<> : < i I'IU: ( 1'1-t'1\:;: .:ivi Laundry
cut into 16 lots. i iinsii, < 01( M 11\( lid: rr.it: no/is/ ; .;iv
CLKANKUsTLAUNDKUKUS "Yours
FILE NClI DUY ; .
CIlFSII: I MI'.A'IH: : N.MION/( HIM(TIT t (iOOUS) !: { r..afr

Think of that I'IIIrlt14 Slew fork, per pound,13e! All :Sc, package| i ('rackers! A for ;Vie: PHONE 88 14'y ,y L i
!rioritld I'urk Loin or Hani, pound| \v\ I ,', Respectfully"Is
All 1 Luc' |package Cracker! :3 I fur :2>cLucerne
\\olrrii. fork Loin, pound . .;.3.V1otmlr :: I
east side ten (' ) S u.4B?, per pound . ,20c:: Circle Cigar, cash . . 'IcAll Best and Promptest'
"ran"forhi! S, pound . .18c | 5 cent CigareMei., 6 for. . .;25c I your stationery of the kind to

minutes from Sliced !Itacon pound box . . . . 33e 'Sardine, 7 can. for Auto Livery command respect when you
Cured Items, per pound ISr.and 20cIl'e \\ heat !Bran, large package ..13ciVhole
earra full line of nice fresh Service write the above words at the
I Wheat or Grain Flour, pk.! 22c::!
Post Office. meats and sell them at a right price Snowdrift, large pail . . . . $1.0(1( ( 1 close of your letter? Our
Codfish in bricks! each . . . . . 13c: I : r
Corn Flakes! packages! for. . 25c 'Hno\\drift,5 pound pail . . . . 50c 5-PASSENGER Highland Linen is correct sta-
Rolled Oats, 3 packages! for . . 23c; :>\ White Bermuda Onion Sets qt. 15c .
Arbuckle Coffee, pound pkg . . 17r 'I 1 Van Camps I'd Globe and tionery for correct people but

White House Coffee, pound can . .33( j I other baby size Cream, 4 cans l.>c BUICK CAR sold at moderate price. It really
Maxwell House Coffee, pound . .32c !! '
All Tall Cream, each .8ci fff like 50c., but costs only
. .mrr 1\:\ MTlooks
Pure Ga.; Creamery Butter, Ib .30c nice, pound .;5cIfest ()
Blue Valley and Maple Leaf I i i per We call anywhere at any time ll Jill I1nl lN J.J!! 35c.; We have a variety of
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Creamery Butter, pound . . 35c; Head Hire 4 pounds for ::;e

Lemons per dozen .. . .. . l.'c: [;California Peaches, Table Xo. 2 .lOc hij II IJJIllJ? shapes and sizes.
Sour Krout 3 pound can . . . . .9c'' I'ancy Dried Peaches pound . . lOc Gordon's Transfer Co
Your Tomatoe No. 2.... 2 can tor. . 13c:; Fancy Prunes, strictly! fresh, 2 Ibs. 2.:>cSPECIALS .
Sweet 'urn, 3 cans tor. .. . . .2icKarly ; 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 W. S. BRANCH,
i ON FEED
: June IVax. cans for . . .2.c; HAULING OF ALL KINDS THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE ,
Money String Beans per can .., .., lOc Corn .s .$1.90 I ___
Argo Starch Octagon Soap, ...athIc .Best Oats .$1.90
won't Lenox Soap 3 cakes .. .. . lOc j I Chicken! Feed -.$2.10 .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111",1,1 111111111111111 ,...
Toilet Soap, 3 cakes! . . .. . . lOc Wheat .$2.35: -.ir
1
Toilet Taper, H oz. roll . . . . . .4c Shorts .' ., rae
Octagon Cleanser, per (ran . . . 5c Molasses Feed .$1.7.i7S"z : yiur-z:
grow Old Dutch Cleanser, per can . ..8c per cent C. S. :Meal. !
Pipes Pipes Pipes
Poultry Stock Powders, 23c.:; size 2ucKerosene i :5 per cent .$1.55 .
in Oil gaL 13c. 5 gallons 60c i 100 Ibs. Salt for .
( -
--- r i We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

your best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

Hammond & GoreFUNERAL it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

sock measure so :you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

DIRECTORS D EMBALMERSReal work you can save money by having us

cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

Values Low Prices as you can install it yourself.We .

will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

COMPARE i and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

OUR FURNITUREWe may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

: desire. Do look at the "Ameri-
you not forget to

provide the quality of furniture that has long hen accepted iI can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If _
C Carl D Danni1EAIV closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation for five years.
stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

I,

F. Joseph Raehn Co.
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

I I am
Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida I THE PIPE :MANMIIMIIIIIIMM I

t , " " " ,+$,. , ItBargain , , , .,
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ROBINSON & BEARDALL t Worthington! Blackman

ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

ORLANDC 1 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
I Phone 161

II II I I I worth Building.


Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime ,

DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

II' FARMLAHDS'DROVES Ii Victor Starbuck ,

1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72

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

i Davis & McNeUl Block
iW I I SENTINELWANTS No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland. Fla


g I F. A. PEPPERCORN

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BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
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f! R. RAY WHITE 37

I The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
I Room 44
Terms Cash in Advance. & SALLAS
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. I
I RATES 208 Boone Street

For One Day -----_________25t
i For Three Days! ____________30c Phone 597.
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$%.50
: This rate applies on all ads of
L. Percival
.. Hutton
. 25 words or less. If the ad con-
. ..... tains more than 25 words the rate DR. N. BRYAN
'. will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
each additional word, for each in DENTIST
sertion.If ARCHITECT
I you can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
For and Little BathersFor counts opened by telephone will bepayable Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
Big the following day. BIdg Florida.

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

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

solution is simple. ( SALE SURVEYING

Plating and Sub-Dividing

Heat the Water By GasEither FOR with SALE-Seven privilege of bus passenger line and hotel car Dentist

transportation business. Address PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Rossmore Inn Windermere Fla. WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater .ill assui. you of having the required supply 10-15-3tc
at time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water no trying
any FOR SALE Missionary HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & O'Neal'seo
-Strawberry plants, -
to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses lUondyke and Excelsior

for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible all seasons of the year. varieties. Now is the time to set out Civil Engineer
plants. Inquire J. II. Gould South

or Parramore Box 324.street and Granve 10-12-12t avenue* 47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.


ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR SALE:-Nice young fig trees; Phone 72
big purple kind; plant them now.
Also, one-horse cultivator, new, for
GAS DEPARTMENT half price. 208 E. Robinson avenue.
10-10-Gt* Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. .L, H. RAMSDELL
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FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, OPTOMETRIST
and Counsellor at Law
furnished and unfurnished. Also ORLANDO - FLORIDA ,
some splendid lots. Call and see what ITS. FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSE4
I have to offer before buy or
you Davis & McNeil BIdg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pine
11111111111111111111I t street or 312 Broadway. Phone 17U. ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL KKFATJCnVO
10-8-dw-lmo*

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good WANTED Call at V. Baylarian's and see the
condition. Write Box 567. new clothes pressing machine.
:9-23-tfc WANTED-To list all kinds of 1-10-12-6tc
prop

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ FOR SALE-Lunch wagon fully manp erty for applications sale or rent.for houses I am having fur BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
equipped. 416 Revere street, Con-* nished and unfurnished. I will be headquarters for all kinds of
cord Park. 105.12t glad to list what you have. :\Irs.H. bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co., '
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
OCOEE FLORIDA has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping 10-10-tfc .
porches, heating plant; is modern "TED-Position as chauffeur;
throughout. Smaller 7 room house thoroughly experienced; can do repair CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
:, all modern. Mrs. Wherry 106 East work and can furnish good ref limited number of persons. Pleas-
Central avenue. 9.3OImoFOR erence. Address Mr. P.. S. Pifer, I ant rooms in new home. All modern
Taft, Fla. 10-10-6tc conveniences. Also furnished rooms
SALE-A MONEY MAKER for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude

All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Furnished 14 room house, on brick Ar-"TED-Oean rags at Sentinel Seymour nurse, 14 High street east
street, arranged for light housekeep I office. 10-13-tf of Lake Eo'a. 10-8-lmoc

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest :'ing.Terms.Splendid Owner, 10 location W. Concord; large Ave.lot. I WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
9-19-3mo or rent your city and county The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
T.Hull will bring in a car of fine palms the
Geo.
property. Call and see us.
prices :: :: :: ::
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Co.. Rock building, Room 3. coming week. Any one wishing his
one quarter mile from city limits; 10-5-lmoc services and experience will please
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur ]I drop him a card at once and he will
I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield call to see you and make you hard -
: 6-9-tf cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200; time prices. For reference see the
411 North Orange ,
at avenue
palms
$1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post-
FOR RENT paid. Tomato and eggplants, same set out five years ago. J. H. Mooney,
price. Large "Favorite" dry land Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
: FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for banana plants 5 for 50c. Fred M. J
Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest light housekeeping; all modern con- Preston Pine Castle Fla. HOUSE CLEANING, glass and wood
I veniences. 312 E. South street. 10-5-d&w-tf work; floors neatly scrubbed, waxed
10-13-6t* and polished. Call on or address
prices to the above addressIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF Leonard Williams, 411 West Church
BUYERS AND SELLERSI *
FOR RENT-Furnished flat of three street, Orlando. 10-14-61
rooms bath, electric lights etc. 210 buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Palmetto street, near Presbyterian estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla, NOTICEI
church. 10-12-6t* over 30 years. Have handled over will not be responsible for any
I 20000000. Call and see me. debt made by :Mrs. H.G. Taylor.
++4111111111111111111111111111 II I FOR RENT-A good ten room house, 10-6-3m F. A. LEIti TER. (Signed) R. G. TAYLOR.
I I with modern conveniences central I 1-1 ORt-
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Iy l located;-Justthe thing for board- I NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Parson - -- --

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB J[ ing house; located in a prosperous Browns and tangerines; rough
I and growing town; business room on lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from
I\ ground floor, 2260.ppl) to W. L. Bassenger=:; Hammock Nursery for sale
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll i| Story Winter Garden Fla. 9-30-tfc cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, CLINT.: BASSPHONE
Fla. Route 2. 9-23-1moc
FOR SALEWill
work guaranteed and neatly FOR RENT Two or four furnished 375
done. Our work is the best ; rooms for light): housekeeping. No. Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by West Jefferson StreetSucce..or
S. D. Lee twice a day from SpringLake
I 10 North Garland street. Call in the
and the lowest.
our prices
are j B.
( afternoon. 10-15-Ct*. Dairy. Phone orders to J.
This is the place to have your j Magruder, number 583-R. to

offer for sale for a few days -Jd clothes made new. FOR RENT-By the season month 1-9-CO-lmoc::; |i Hand Wood Company
or year, one upstairs flat for light i
Suu ?rubbed and pressed__75c. housekeeping; also other rooms and YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has in- ,
the property corner Orange Avenue, .Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. garage, electric lights and bath in stalled an outside service department J Wood of All Kinds
Suit pressed _____________40c. house. Apply 300 East Conc Jackson and Boone Streets, known as i All Palm Beaches scrubbed 9-10-tfc I prompt attention. We have a compe- PROMPT SERVICE
j! tent man who will fit keys, repair I
the rink for $26,000. I and pressed ____________50c LOST-Male pointer pup, nearly your trunk, or do anything in the repair I I REASONABLE PRICE
skating property, .''Mohair suits pressed ______25c.i grown, liver ears, liver spot on line. He is ready to go at your
i _____ rump body ticked. Reward for return call now. Just phone 204.
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year I We do ladies' work also. Giveus to Frank G. Guernsey. 10-13-tf 9-12-lmoc

six a trial and be convinced. LOST-Setter dog about 3 years old; TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
and interest at cent.
per Clothes called for and delivered. answers to name of Spot; light tan repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
and white color. Dog disappearedabout ; anything in the repair 'line is
October 1st. Reward for return our line. Just phone 304, Young's FOR
I Phone 613. I to P. T. Peel, R. F. F. 1. Repair Shop, and our man will call
10-10-6tc at once. 9-12-lmoc
Skating Rink see the fast and ex. Caruthers FlowersLeave
C. A. HOVEY citing game of roller polo, Friday LAWN MOWERS sharpened and LOANSIf
night October 15. l-10-15-3tc repaired at Orlando Bicycle and you wish to buy, build or repair orders here
Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc your house, we are making some city your
loans. A. B. Cook & Co. Orlando.
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c
V. Baylarian has a blotter for l-10-12tc
18-18-tf everybody that calls at his store. .Violet Dell Florist.
SLAUGHTER SALE
I 1-10-12-6tc
- -- -- Fish and oysters received daily. Buy your wall paper cheap for the .
I II. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
Umbrellas! 'covered and repaired next few days. Making room for our

:. Try a Sentinel Want Ad I J When in need of a veterinary call' "while you, wait.* ax Young's Repair new Store.fall Court stock.street. Finlay's Phone 67.Pioneer J. M. CARUTHERS
1 on Dr. A. F. Richmond Formosa Fla. Shop, 21 E. Pine St 9-5-tfc Phone 509. 408 &wUi LabIu.In gt.



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LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs. I I11111111 I I t till t I 1 I II I 111111111I11 I III 111111111 1 II .iliiiilHililllilllMMIHI e'


O. D. Saunders spent yesterday -
Maitland visiting friends.


Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof ,
Paint will stop leaks. Now is the
Travel in Panama time to use it. 1-10-15-tfc ,

.
and everywhere on American territory is : "A.B.A.
sirapffi by
Mr. Bert Heart of Amit--iI1e., N.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft wouM! Y., has arrived in Orlando to spend
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare the winter. The Alliesof
..lf-idtntifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure.
How much did you save last monthin
The State Bank of Orlando* cash or Savings Checks 8-12-U

this institution are
Messrs. \V. O. Bogue and W. W.
Williams left yesterday afternoon for t
1
Arcadia on business.

Courtesy to everyone;
Delivered every day-Elder Spring
Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & Liberality
to worthy customers
Company, Rock building. 11016tfcMr. ;

J. E. Turner is spending todayin Loyalty to Community Wei If are;

Tampa on business connected with
the Florida Citrus Exchange. Efficiency in every department;

Stability assured Govern-
by
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles .for 30c. 8-28-tfc
r ment Supervision.and .
.,ar rr :Mr. W. J. Edwards citrus fruit in-

spector for this district was in Or-

lando yesterday from Ocala. these are increasing with irresistable i

Get your next shave at the Stand- ...
ard. 18-21-tf force the business of
y
.

Mr. W. H. Williams one of San- .
ford's representative citizens, spent -
yesterday in Orlando on business.


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
W-18-tf The Peoples National Bank


r Mrs. Joseph Bumbyf Sr., and son,
Mr. Frank Bumby went to Sanford Enlist with us!
yesterday morning where they will
spend several days.


HUPMOBILE"Where Boston Baked Beans cooked by a
. I I New England woman sold at Mrs.
Cornish's Tea Room this afternoon
after 5 o'clock. 1-10-16-lt

there'slife Mr. J. Mosteller left yesterday
afternoon over the Coast Line for
iMMIIIIMIIMMMMMMMIIIIMIIimilMHIi 11111111111111111111.fllll"'IIII'II. .
there's Hupp"J. Adairsville Ga., to visit his mother.
Mrs. E. C. ;Mosteller.
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-
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.!!
I l8-2Mf:

P. HOLBROOK DealerS _
United States Marshal Brown \\U.
among the prominent l FloHilitttin
spending| tt while in Orlando yeterday .

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FOR SALE!
DejiuMt) your Savinti fhwk and
I let ("1111jjrn 4 i>er rent interest fur
/eu $.IHt:

Small Touring Car. Perfect
five-passenger j
Mr. W J{, Fullerone. of Tampa' -

prominent Imainend' : men, urrued in
Orlando yesterday afternoon and is condition. Electric Starter Lights |.
spending| today greeting friends: and! ,

; / business associates.Go full equipment. A bargain at $550.00.

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

Mr. David Lockhart left yesterday

"New Ford Home"About Crows afternoon Bluff for on his the ranch St. and Johns farm river at, San Juan Garage Company j j

being called there on account of the
recent heavy rains and high waters.
October 20th, I expect to move into I

my new building on South Orange Ave.I Drink Elder Spring Water. See or Orlando Daytona
phone Geo. T. Hull & Company Rock
will carry a complete line of everything I building. 11016tfcMrs. .

needed by "Ford Owners." Mary J. Conant Neill, one of
Orlando's popular winter residents, 4
"FORD SERVICE FOR FORD OWNERS"F. who has been spending the summerat

Fall River, Mass., will return to .
her home "Rest Cottage" early next iiii IMIIIIMMIUtMIMMMMMUlUMtlllll
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiit
G. RUSH week for another season.

Deposit your Savings Checks and I 111I 11111 111.111111.11.11111. 1 till 1 II 1 . IIMIMMMIK 14'4.
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-U Who Will Be Your Executor?

ii iiti Attorney Edwin W. Davis left yesterday

afternoon for Jacksonville
_. where he will spend today and then ANSWER NO. 2
go Marianna where he will spend r M f
impaired as a
be materially
a portion .f next week on professional Your estate may
direct result of the appointment of an executor
matters.Go
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111r* af trustee*

: to Francisco for Hear Head \ hen an individual is appointed t :
1
:Dwan. M( .13-()l* weaker. "' +
Is generally
: The financial responsibility

I The many friend of >lr". l>. 11'ibrhardrvo It Is usually provided in wills that the person ,
.WI'J'l' rttettfalll" e'I,- >tifrtnfri&te to see .* axeeutot fcfeatf t* txes)aetf ;
:pt'IJ yederdtty nflerroon liken fine from giving( bond
a'te
a i lU'l"'h'(1" in l>rl< JEWELRY train fr .m Ha>nl i>urk. Mkh,, where! Pence of the eMatt and then only partial mu-: ;
she spent the Eutaw+ee.
city a tttst 2 sa<< It<< feet' t 44.SShs s

:' Hog mft1M }wu ,.ap 1>>.t: rrrsnlf ,. Trvxt Company Ss MSatiWsTh. -
Tht! \ rhltyuetrr! mlmUt)' &r Is'ntta' Jwhy ht \ fhn :?in (n.h t>r Saving Chrrl.s'! to.l.tr: (tn\\ )'uhjl-d l of comment with mfwcymvrK to thin utovv. fI (is MCl1f'd. '
l Mr. 11. H. Hun Ttwy uNo! remark( i\w\ vumjUvtviwn} of ortmt'b i llW1 lMrnigth '
:of the \\al\ \ AdoI'U.t season, )has A bond which has behind It the entire fin nei
the ht'lpfuhiwK' / ur our >xt< ru I pt'opK'> You will like tot ", hop f'tufto f\"m..e the same 1)\)1I{1Son, of the SnlU\uHon i la always tiled with

E'unjoneo you hnvo purchnwil )' During hU stay here, through hu the ProbRt. Court lit "'I ro.i to the rtUlv. y 1

I'4 I genial' diipoiition and ntTabl manner Answer No. 3 will! appear la a .ub. !quent l.aue 1 '
Mr. llun\\*' made many friends of chi n.w.pap.r t .u t.
- Mho are glad to hear of his return.
i Inre leaving rut May, Mr. Hundleyha L1't _
been nlTllinte.1' with the Hotel Com. In any tlm. and freely' ak for further I
l1 tlori..lIf., one of the tending hr''e'r Information on this vitally Important subject _
T.H.EVANSJE'WELER ''In Jnckon\ltte.. You arc always welcome, and our ofTlc-. ar. al.
way glad to advlit

tin tet Francisco's for hear 'Ilsi'iltananar. '

I tll.l.I.la-- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorkHiickinnslit


[ fc; I BI'UurIUtl!,-! Orlando, Florida


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