Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00537
 Material Information
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 17, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00537
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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COAST Local Flood Beaten 7 To 0







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+ London Oct. 16_The Central + Judging from the monster throngs Jacksonville Oct. 16.-At Barr's P. PASSENGER PLUNGESOFF

+ :News has received the following + of people in Orlando and the vast Field today a bitterly hard fought and
Cotton Holding, and Short Crop, Who Resides Near Pine Castle; EMBANKMENT AT
+ dispatch by way of Amsterdam: + number of automobiles last night the contested football game between the

+ "The Bulgarians have crossed + Will Cause Heavy Advance; recent rains have not interfered to Stolen From in Front of University of Florida and Suwanee RANDOLH, KAN.

+ the Serbian frontier opposite the + $60 Per Ton for ,any great extent with highway traf- Yancey's Meat resulted in a victory for the Suwanee

+ whole line. +' ,fic. However conditions locally have team by the score of 7 to 0. From
Cotton Seed :Market WAS AN ATLANTA filM TRAGEDYThree
+ "The :Nish-Danube railway + improved olny slighlty, the sink hole the first the game was a spectacularone

+ running through the Timok valley + I being unable to carry away the surplus both teams being very evenly
Washington Oct. 16.-Cotton at Between 8 and 10 o'clock last nighta
+ is no longer in commission." + I water. Water continues to run matched. Fully 300 students from Dead All
$100 per bale and cotton seed at $60 bold thief stole W. S. Branch's tour- Girl Employes;
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + up hill as well as down hill. the University of Florida] accompa-
i ton is here in ing car from in front of the
per predicted today a postofficeon Due to Combustion or
In the city there were several fresh nied the team to this city and rooted
statement issued by Representative I Pine street and at 1 o'clock this
Blockade Bulgarian Coast breaks in the drainage lines but these long and lustily for victor This was Short Circuit; Oth-
Thomas Ileflin of Alabama memberof morning was at large with the sheriff
were promptly repaired. Commis- the most important football game in
London Oct. 16.-The press bureau the house committee on agricul.] and police working on the case. This ers Injured
sioners Johnson and Robinson have the South state interest being very
ture. makes the second Ford stolen in
gives out the following announce- car
been on the jump morning noon and
Representative Heflin asserted: Orlando in the past three weeks.At )Manhattan Kas., Oct. 16.-At least
ment: night. Other scores yesterday were:
"The cotton holding movement in the 8 o'clock W. S. Branch Jr., took eighteen are dead and thirty-six injured -
Commissioner Johnson warns all South Nashville. Vanderbilt 101
"The eastern Mediterranean squadron ,
South will soon become general], andI his father and mother home and returned Henderson and Brown 0. many seriously I according to
automobile drivers to slow wher-
of the allied fleets has declared a believe that cotton will go to $100a to the store. Some time dur- Roanoke.Washington and Lee 13, the best figures obtainable tonight as
ever posts are planted in the streets
blockade of the Bulgarian coast of the bale." He also stated that the cot- ing the next two hours the car dis- Y. P. I. 0. a result of the plunging through the
and especially around the curve on Anderson.-Auburn 14, Clemson 0.
tot this would be less than in Or- abutment to the bridge over Fancy
Aegean sea, commencing at six a. m. crop year appeared. Highwaymanship
the south side of Lake Ivanhoe whichis East New Ha\"en.-Yale li, Spring-
bales and that of lando is fine and creek, near Randolph has, today of
of the 16th inst."Fortyeight 10,000,000 a surplus covered with running water. With reaching a stage field T. S. o.CambridgelIar"ard.
only 2,000,000 bales will) remain to must be checked by increasing the 9, Virginia 0. the Union Pacific motor train. Ten
hours of grace from be disposed of abroad. care from the travelling public today night police force at least four times.In Princeton.-Princeton 40, LaFayette dead have been identified three are
the eommencement of the blockadehas there should be no mishaps. Reckless 3.
That has in addition to the Branch the unidentified and the wrecking crew
Germany agents now car
Ithaca.-Cornell 41 Bucknell 0.
been assigned for the departureof driving however, may result in dire ,
the South buying cotton for imme- Ford touring car belonging to'Ed.. Pittsburgh.-Pittsburgh 45, Car- reports there are at least five more
vessels from the area. diate and reserve use was asserted by consequences. Hastings who resides on the Pine lisle 0.West. bodies buried in the end of a wreckedcar.
Point.-Colgate West
Heflin. Castle road two and one-half miles 13. .
Carson Has Resigned CORDON C. SINGLETON TO ADDRESS Point 0.Annapolis..
from Orlando was also stolen. He .-Navy 7, Pennsylvania 7.New .
BARACAS AXD Big Fire, Many Dead at Birmingham
London Oct. Notwithstanding COL. DAVIS, OF ORLANDO DELIVERED had the switch key out of it as had Orleans.Tulane] 23, Spfing ,
the recent denial of Sir Edward Carson ADDRESS TO riHLATIIEAS TODAY Mr. Branch. At 8:30 o'clock Hastings Hill 13. Birmingham Ala., Oct. 16.-Three
Charleston.-Georgia 39, Citadel O. men are known to be dead, three
] that he had are
the attorney general PRESS BOYS left the car slightly east of Yancey'smeat
Gordon G. Singleton, of 'aloosa.-Alabama 40, Mississippi missing, and several badly burned
the assertion is made by Atlanta as
resigned Col. E. W. Davis of the law firm of market on Church street. At College 0.
Ga., "secret service" of the a result of a explosion in the
correspondent of secretary Wakefield.-North gas
the parliamentary Davis & Giles delivered an address nine o'clock the loss was discoveredand Carolina Aggies
that he had given I World Wide Baraca-Philathea Union 9, Wakecrest 0. benzol section of a by-product plant
the Daily News up yesterday afternoon at Jacksonville reported to the police and sheriff.
arrived here yesterday on a month's Starkville.-Mississippi Aggies 12, of the Tennessee Coal Iron & Rail-
his office. before the State Press Association. The car was a new 1915 model and Kentucky State 0.Austin.Texas .
tour of Florida in,the interest of the road company at Fairfield early to-
The Florida Metropolis Jacksonville's bore a state license tag No. 11997 anda 59, Rice 0.
Baraca-Philathea classes.' night. The loss resulting from the
Russian Statement evening paper gave him considerablespace county license No. 203. With Hastings -
The for Mr. Singleton today fire is estimated at $100,000.
Petrograd via London Oct. 16.- and published his picture on the program were his father and brother. SEVENTEEN= CAR LOADS CATTLE
herself in state of is as follows: FROM KISSIMMEE
Russia regards a firstpage.
Three Dead at Atlanta
y:45 a. m. Address to Baracas and
war with Bulgaria from the moment COL. WATKINS IS OPTIMISTIC;
Atlanta Ga., Oct. 16.-Three girl
Philatheas in Baraca Hall by :Mr.
attacked Serbia TilE WEATHER SEASON! loads of
the latter country Singleton. GREAT WINTER Last night seventeen car rmplojes are dead and three others
according to a statement issued today For Florida: Fair today, except FOR ORLANDOCol. cattle from Kissimmee passed through
11 Address in Baptist church I are probably fatally injured while
a. m. ,
by the foreign office here. showers on the East Coast; gentle to Orlando en route to points north and i
by :Mr. Singleton. several others are seriously injured
moderate northeast winds. T. J. Watkins who returned west.
i jby an explosion! of moving picture
3 m. Open discussion "The
+ + + + + + . p. months visit
4 + + + + recently from a two at '
in the branch office
films and materials
4 Class flour, by Mr. Lloyd: S. Tenny; (
+ PRESENTS FOR MRS. GALT "Advantages of Organization and Ashevillue N. C., returns with a U. C.V. CONVENHON OGAlA\ of the Mutual Film company, thin

: 1,605 : I Federation" by Mr. Chas. P.' Dow; before stronger stating love for that Orlando there is than not a ever cityin afternoon.The .
explosion which was caused by
discussion "Secret Service, by
+ open
+ the that touch this
I country can one,
+ copies of this morning Sentinel + Washington Oct. 16.(; -President Mr. Singleton; open discussion "Class of size Plans are being made in Ocala for spontaneous combustion or short cir-
+ marks a new circulation record +, Wilson and Mrs. Gait accompanied I Activities" by three members "Fo- and not a city any anywherewith the state convention of the United cuit of electric wires filled the room
+ for this time of the year for this + cial Athletic and Mr. as many opportunities as may with smoke and flames so suddenlythat
by Secretary Tumulty and Miss Bones, Spiritual by Confederate Veterans and the Sons of
winter residents found in
+ newspaper. The I be Orange county's capital.
W. Va. Tom Phillips. which will be held there only a few girls made their es
+ have not arrived and the figures + motored to Harper's Ferry, Veterans
+ l-ecome all the more surprising +, today where they had luncheon at The Baraca-Philathea classes are ATTRACTIVE ANOUNCEMENT IN October 27, 28 and 29. The joint open cape. Two succeeded in reaching win

+ because of that fact. **,, noon returning to Washington at five interdenominational and all membersare TODAY'S SENTINELIn meeting is to be held in the Temple dows and jumped.MR. .
+ o'clock this afternoon. urged to be present and all mem- theatre the morning of October 27,

: 10,000 : Wives of the cabinet members are bers of other Bible classes are cor- this issue of the Sentinel V. Bay- E. C. Bennett the manager of the AND MRS. LEROY II. GILES

+ ] make Mrs. Gait] dially invited. theatre donated the of his HAVE RETURNED FROM
+ planning to a pres larian is making an attractive an- having use
+ men women and children in Orlando + nouncement to the Orlando public con- house for this meeting, and the ses- TRIP

++ Taft.,Lockhart.Winter Park Apopka, Pine Winter Castle, ++ ent.While no announcement of its character KILLED LOOPING TilE LOOP cerning the up to date tailoring and sions of the veterans during the con- After a trip through the East Mr.

+ Garden Oc-oee Oakland and the +, has been made, it is believed it pressing business which he conductson vention. The court room of the court LeRoy B. Giles hts returned to Or-

4 + many othc Orange county towns will be a piece of jewelry. Buenos Ayres Argentina Oct. 16. East Church street. The adver- house will be at the disposal of hte lando, and from his observations in

+ are reading the Sentinel. +* Members of the house and senate -Francisco Beltramo, while attempting tisement is one which deserves the sons for their meetings. Vermont and New York believes that

++ THE CIRCULATION + and supreme court are also planning to loop the loop in an aeroplanehere attention of those interested in this the United States is facing the great-

f. +, to make her a gift. today, fell and was killed. line of work.The UNUSUAL CONCLUSION OF A est era of prosperity in history and
+ figures represent the largest cir- + POWERFUL SERMON that Orlando and Florida generally

+ culation] of any daily newspaper + MR. F. Y. PHILLIPS QUITE ILL will have a very gratifying winter

+ morning or evening, published in + A was received in Orlando German Note Will French Alpine :Mrs. Giles at Fort
+ Seminole Lake. Osceola Orange, + message "Now you all go on home and don't season. stopped
+ or any ther county in Central H|, yesterday afternoon by :Mr. S. A. you come back here until you get a George where she will. visit her par-

+ Florida. +, Newell from his brother-in-law. Be Published Soon Troops Make Gain good pruning. Now go on. I am ents before returning to Orlando.Mr. .

+ CONSEQUENTLYThe + Geo. W. Phillips, at Coronado Beach, through with. you. The meeting'sover. and Mrs. Giles spent several

++ +, requesting him to meet the 6 o'clock Washington, Oct. 16.-The state department London Oct. 16.-The French Alpine ] ." This was the unusual conclu- weeks Middletown Springs, Vt.,

+ Morning Sentinel as an advertising +. train over the Coast Line with the has been informed that its troops fighting among the clouds sion of a powerful sermon on "Get. with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton who
a medium holds the un- + ambulance stating that he was bringing ting Ready. spend the winter at Oakland and
rank of Central + recent reply to Germany in the case today recaptured a peak of the Hart-
+ front
disputed his father Mr. F. V. Phillips, who Mr. Holcomb will deliver his "Horse from Middletown: side trips and tours
+ Florida cities. In other words 4 of the William P. Frye the American mann's Weiler Kopf taken by the Ger-
+ an advertisement in The Morning +,. was quite sick to Orlando. Upon the merchantman sunk by a German cruiser mans yesterday. The German artil- Race" at the Grand theatre 3 p. m. were made to Lakes George and

+ Sentinel is read by more people +, arrival of the train the sufferer was has been received by Ambassador lery pressure is still being exerted This service will be for men only and Champlain old Fort Ticonderoga, and

++ reaches increased more value homes over and other has + quickly conveyed to his home on Lake Gerard at Berlin. with great energy against the entire the occasion will be a great one. Men other highly interesting sights and

+ an advertisements in other newspapers +. street. He was accompanied to Orlando The note will probably be delivered southern sweep of the line occupiedby will enjoy this "Horse Race" lecture. places were visited, fully 1,000 miles

: :. .by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Phil promptly by Gerard.It the French. Mrs. Jeter will address the womenat being covered by automobile.At .

+ lips.Mr. may be made 'public here Tues- 3 p. m., in the Methodist church. :New York Mr. and Mrs. Giles
+ THE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS and Mrs. Phillips have been missed the disaster
+ : + MANY VISITING PRINCIPALS IN: Mr. Jeter will draw pictures and subway by one
+ +. spending several days at the seashore, day.Unofficially state department officials ORLANDOProf. cartoons at all of the services. day but sixteen theatrical produc-

i. on page 9 speak for themselves +.. where they were having a summer hear that the note is acceptableto Music is fine and the congregationsare tions in ten days went far towards
+ If have anything to rent + cottage erected, and Mr. Phillips, who for the horror.
you the making up subway
+ Germany and that a prompt an- J. A. Osteen, principal of the enjoying new songs.
+ sell, buy, exchange, or trade you was ]looking after the details, developed ]- to be red letter Then, too, a trip through the Brook
will Sunday promises a
+ get value received and results by ,1 swer fre returned providiog for the Oakland-Winter Garden school; Prof.J. I
+ placing a wtnt ad. in the classified +. symptoms of appendicitis, andit arbitration of the value of the hull S. Kirton, principal of the Winter day for the Methodist church and the lyn navy yards under a special per-
+ advertising section. + was thought best to bring him home citizens of Orlando. mit from a New York congressman,
and the
disputed W.
treaty questions under Park school]; Prof. E. Fly principal -
++ KEEP YOUR EYE : at once where he could receive medical the terms laid down in the American of the Apopka school; Prof. L. was thoroughly enjoyed.Mr. .

+ 4 attention. Dr. Christ, who was note. I.. Tucker principtl of the Pine Cas- ATTENTION, I. O. O. F. Giles stated that Senator J. E.

+ on the circulation statements +, at Daytona Beach was summonedand The state department does not explain tle school, and Prof. R. W. Irvin, principal All members of Orlando Lodge No. Buxton has already started for Flor-

++ time which will appear from time and to ++, after administering to1 r. Phil- why the American note to Great ] of the Beulah school], were visitors 20, I. O. O. F. are urged to be present idt in his automobile and intends to

+ itch in closely this the newspaper growth of the + i lips left in his auto very soon thexei Britain has not been sent. a Supt. :McKir.non's office yes Monday night at 7 o'clock. The district make the trip by easy stages, arriv-
+ uuvertising, both display and 4: .after for Orlando. It is said that it is at the White terday. meeting of District No. 2 will ing here the last of November.Mr. .

+ classified. Also remember that + It was stated last night that an House and is still under considerationby convene here at that time. Visitorsare and :Mrs. Ben Buxton may not
+ the news service of the Sentinelis + operation will be performed at 8 spend the winter season at Oaklandthis
+ doubly valuable. A telegraph the president. BOARD OF TRADE MEETS MONDAY cordially
+ service? direct from New York + o'clock this n.orning.. The department says that it has SIGHT Grand Chaplain John S. Day, of year and instead may go to Cali

+ keeps you in touch with the + had no intimation of any kind that I Building plans and headquarters for Bradentown, will. be the chief speakerat fornia. However Mr. Buxton will be

++ world. and an able editorial staff + Pianos for rent. Curtis & O'Neal, Great Britain is to make any concessions the tourists will be discussed at the the meeting tomorrow night atI. in Orlando a part of the time as he

+ gives state and you count the news v. of the city, t.+ book and music store. Pianos, for in respect to her order in coun- Board of Trade meeting Monday O. O. F. hall. i has legal and other business requiringhis

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + sale] at a low price. cil. ni ht. A large attsndance:! is urged. : W. II. Brokaw noBle grand. attention.

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THE DAILY IA Poem For The Day Auto Livery

South Florida Sentinel Phone 632J.
*. 1: GLENN Editor Two Cars in Service for Day or
.. Butinru Matter
Come on, moon, and shine away. Night Calls
Entered at the puctoffire. mt Orlando. Florid Nights so dark we go astray may practice the habit of mixing their old seed with the fresh,
*. M Second Cla Mail Matter. Finding paths that lead to where

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Beauty twines and binds her hair, but we don't, we burn the bad stock and sell the new, and we
D U,. 1 tear ..... J5.00 And the laughter of her heart FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

Dail Daily.Daily,. 3<1 Month Months Month... 2.50 L2B 60Weekly. Dulls Stills the the murmur fanfare of of the life's mart sham. find this brings us a bigger profit. *

With its warm and joyous calm.
1 Year 11.00

Come? on, moon, and show your face! !
ADVANCETO Miss you so, in all your grace :
Witches underneath the trees
Owls and darksome mysteries, VANILLA
ADVERTISERS} Shadows deep by hill and stream, ? N SEED
OPT (or dupUr and all .tar kaad-Mt Waiting till you shed your gleam TUTI FRUTI
.4r.rtUlnc m..t b. haadea IB at tfc. buincuvfie Over fields that turn the night
*f th* Sentinel not later tfiaa I p. m.Ik Into silver lace of light. GUAVA
day Wore pu Uestioa Tki ml apvHe the best if know fresh and mix.
to change for contract adTertialac; it llUvariabU are to buy you they are not a
and will he atrietly adhered to. Tome on, moon, don't be so shy
Bursting out within the sky! ture of old and new seed.
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued Want you back to grace the town
ahould notify the office in writing on With your bright face smiling down,
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be nth your witchery and your glee
continued at the regular subscription rata AUTO LUNCHES
Chasing shadows from the tree,

antiil Telephone notice Naaib-r to atop .M reeroed. 14 Blazing With jour nooks sickle's and silver crannies sweep.Baltimore deep. A SPECIALTY ID E .E3. N

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913 Sun. '
The Drug and Seed Mail"PROPRIETOR

About the time you make up your KEATLY INCREASING.By CLUB SANDWICH 23c
mind that it can't and won't rain, the
F. W. Harris, Chicago.I .
whole bottom drops out. CITY DRUG STORE
have often viewed with alarm the

o really increasing number of divorces %Ve Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
Show man who acts smart am*
tn &
that are taking place in this country ORLANDO FLORIDA
Delivered for All
we will show you one who is in a l make fool of himself. year after year
to a
There should be a law that when. Occasion

ever n mutt who was earning less than
11'heneer MO nome fellow
$I'M' ) n month decided to marry thwvuTium
sntuk t l1 it cigar with a band on it, it IMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMIi
hould have some certain
Is I generally u safe 1'vt Unit \\v'\ jjutcontpuny. .
mount of money mived upn>
-O $Ibosl.< After buying her clothes from Baylarian
(tU amount she could then put away
time the report bads rlrcuIntfil -
hut the Grrinun fleet U iH.ulfO bout 11,200) or fl,3oo< or invest it in i Guessing Contest \

Hume good wurity. The interest tan
up, they l hot dawn.l' up serenely and some- it each year would be enough to buy "Garment Germs May

thing goes instead of making
her own clothes,

>o husband do it. Cause Disease
The millinery openings and fashion
I don't wonder there are so many The guessing contest closed Monday evening and tho
show are holding forth in Orlando
ivorces, when the average man,
this week and ate largely attended corking on a small salary, has to ! jar of peas was turned over to the Accounting Depart-
from the surrounding towns
by many arry the full burden, while the law 11 meet of the Peoples' Dank. They found 2753 peas in the
well the folka.
us us city Old
This is the Way
ooks on and approves of it. If the

nan pays all the rest of the expenses, ; ; jar and awarded the ham to Mrs. P. L. Uillingsley, 410
It is said that the ice cream season
should not the woman help out '
is going to be a prolonged one in this shy West Street. Her guess was 2737.
,y getting her own clothes and othei
section this year. The weather >ersonal needs? Remember we have the best groceries, and it is a
prophet in the Sentinel has predicted
I think if such a law were passed
that it will not frost until after pleasure to serve you.
here would be no such thing as di. ItI ItIi
Thanksgiving, and that it will be 4 (
for :
orce. This would only be justice s 1 it '
light at that. i
oth parties to the marriage contract

o nstead of the one-sided affair it is at i
Pine Castle, the thriving town south j. i WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
he present time. Of course, I am
of Orlando, has voted unanimously
of the working mann
=peaking average
for the incorporation of that place
the case of the men who earn big .
and a splendid body of officials now
salaries the present law 13 all right.
make their formal bow to the state of o Our Grocery Company

Florida. Hats olT to Pine CaRtlev
A flood such as was experienced in
expect an unprecedented growth with rlando this week may not come alll Two Phones: 3 and 200:
in the next few years.
again in ten years, perhaps never.

Orange---0--county i* raising her own And yet this is the day of prepurvdies i 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
The drainage of that section
bay this year; and the farmers have ,
lying in southwest Orlando ix to bv \
cut and store enough, no but little
puahaal and ono portion of the city MIMMM''
will bo needed to be purchased out-
will bo permanently immune from
side the stale before the new crop
l comes in next yen r.-t Surnxata Time with the half rotten or flirty -I
in n corresponding degree and Pressing clothes by hand sponge U
This Is the sort of work that should I remedy should bo advanced, ax in press cloth is adding fuel to the fire of contagion. 1 reiuembei

be Miami done Metropolis.An in every county. in Florida. ill probability it will be. Judging from numbers of complaint when I use to use this old style. Now ', Yancey Meat Market Inc.

action taken by the city officials at lave adopted the new Sanitary system ,

i recent meeting.A FULLY PAID UP
Illinois telling of a pig _
paper o ..__-s--. -=
being run over by an auto, says: woman may not marry the first itt T. A. YANCEY,Jr.. Press and Mgr.

"The owner of the pig says he had man who proposes to her, but she t IORLANDO, FLORIDA
been in the habit of calling the hogs
will respect his good judgment as _
to feed by beating on a tin pan with long as she lives.ALTAMONTE. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

a stick, and he supposed that when + //hi h Florida and Western Meats
the hog recognized
the car went past SPRINGS

the sound and ran out to be fed." Now Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables Game, Etc.

you have two guesses to guess the Fla. Oct. 14.Mrs. I
Altamonte Springs,
Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
the Macon Tel Special
name of the car, says Therian is occupying her comfortable ( r t
egraph.One f Bu.lne ((3$ P. 0. BOX aa6
two-story home across from PHONES \Residence Ij3 Ce,. Orange Avc. and Church $t.

he hotel. She has spent the summer 11n.4' I''j'j'j11 ,
week ago last night an Apopka in Minneapolis. //11 '

resident was killed by an automobile. Deaconess Parkhill and Mrs. Bliss,
The has not yet been solved. f,
of Orlando, spent the week-end with
No automobile driver has been apprehended -
Mr. and Mrs. Augustin Taneau.
who might have com arJet
as one week The
Mrs. Franklin spent a y
mitted the crime. No reward was offered .. t / la.3ti -
here getting her home ready to turn : .
for the arrest or conviction of aver to the purchaser. She will make -- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

the guilty party. However, we pity her home in Jacksonville.Rev. tG4 -T.t BOM-MAIT OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
who drove that car-if he
the man and Mrs. W. M. Burr have returned _
has conscience it will prick him until
a visit to Rod
from ten days
he pays a greater punishment inKtcrnitv. man While a there they attended the Every square inch of your garments will be treated wits Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

; meeting of the St. Johns Association clean hot dry steam without scorching, burning or glossing, The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

nt HolliMcr. Hoard of Health and physicians have time and time again rec- and pure.

The British public is crying for rev Mr. and Mri A. f!. Starblrd, of our nmmended soul endorsed the V. Itaylnrian Sanitary Method of We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

tnlliittnn. Hecuuoe the Germanslaughter neighboring city of Apopka, were vlv pressing wearing apparel. ereryything in the Meat Line.

*U c]>lnir civilians in I.OM- ting friend here. Everybody ought to try this new Sanitary method All

den they desire that the German pop. The rains of the l IHth were recordBreaking. prices will bu reduced. II. :jSdL: Seir fe Go.

nine Ktilfcr the palms fate. Wnr in Inko Orletitit rose no that Call
Make It Your Way. Today PINE STREET
(the open in bad enough, but when It all the garden tut the lint Dear th. I'HONE NO. 80

tome from out black Hoods and (runt lake me under witter.Mr .

bftiwtth the stars it U worse, nppntlIng. *. A. II. Fuller and MU Inns a

N'i\vu.lay nwiI.U-wil I'uropa: Fuller aunt little Dorothy have re V. Baylarian

lluht on nnd under that ground, tin i iiiiul turned from ulit to the family of l lV.

under tin win, and in the nlr \ T. Kerry ut A|< pkii.ADDITIONAL ( OKNKK rOl'UT' AN'I ClinU'll STS.
\\licrv else run \\aifun be waged? LOCALS CHALMERS AGENCY

It reituires| money to run thin grand MMIMMMMMMMIIMIMMIMIMMIMMMMIMIIIA

old got eminent of our, and yet it 1 is Guests registering at the San Juan
about the
worth while. More than u billion dui l hotel yesterday included II. C. Han New Chalmers 6.10-7 passenger

lam, the largest In history, will Is mih, W. A. Kemey, It. P. Thompson, 20th.

required to meet the vx|>vtm>ii of the ('. H. Robert, Jno. C. ltoe ch, D. A Toast

government for the coming yenr. .1 Smith, Chun. W. Smith, Jacksonville; We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

great portion of this amount will gtownhU Clnrtt HanklUackmnn, St Petersburg -

n t-porgnnlrntlnti of the urn% ; M. A. Kory, O. W. Ludlow, Chi. Here's health to nil those tlmt wu love

hint httvy. A* thU rcnrguht/ntln rngn: (', H. Frrlpl h, Jit*. D. Mourn,

should have rome years nge, the bur F. M. Cntlett, Atlanta; t. M. I.ykrs, Here's health to nil tho.-.o that love us.

den Mill I be Mt n little inure keenly Mark II. (irrmuti and wife, F. A Ik-ry's health to nil those that love those that wa love, AUTO WASHING\ STATION

thin yrnr thntt) In succeeding years Stewart, Tampa; ; ('Intuit C. Jones,

With nit ndp |uata ruut lefen t>, a Arcadia; H. (1. Spflk-rnatt, leorgln; And to those that love those that love us.

great navy and a Urge army the I L. A. Morris. Chicago; M. Henry, IHrmlncham D.
V. Phillips Mgr
United states hhuuU lea Immune to ; Mr*. J. K. lllckernon, ClnrinnAti Freeman ,

danger from the power without ; W P. Wilker.on, H. G, Slater PHONE 447

Florida would feel safer and greatly M. J. Bloom, Reo. Powley, S. JlAVlne The Operative Produce Co.

relieved if the coast from Jacksonville II. W. Howe. W. J. Goldstein,

around the key to Pensacol New York; Miss S. Williams, MU k ; ; W. S. DeWItt, Mgr No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ;

were bristling with submarine and Black, Lakeland; Geo. A. Ilanford,

general naval bases and a thousand G, B. Collins, Leesburg; L Lowen Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

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Church Notices I Personals

The Big Store i:',Sam i ii ( and Jack's Place

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL (Colored) Miss Alberta] Thomas is in Sanford

- ----------- ---- Corner Pine and Terry streets. attending Hopper Academy E. WHITEHEAD, Proprietor
.f. Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., priestin

charge. Progress Lodge, No. 5400, meets
THE STOKE SUPERIOR QUALITIES AT MODERATE PRICES Sunday. Twentieth Sunday after Wednesday 7.30 p.m. All members

.. Trinity. Communion at 7 a. m.; high are requested to be present.
Ladies' Suits mass at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday schoolat Ice Cream andConfectionaries
3 p. m.; solemn evensong and ser- Miss Lillie Mae Harries has returned -
mon at 7:30 p. m. from St.
Petersburg where
and DressesWonderful Monday. Feast of St. Luke. Communion she has been for the past two weeks
at 7 a. m. attending religious meetings of the
creations from the foremost designers.Millinery Tuesday. Altar Guild at 5:30 p. m. Advent Church.
Wednesday. Evening prayer and CIGARS AND TOBACCOS

litany at 7:30 p. m. Prof. H. H. McCrae of this city has
Friday. Confirmation lecture at 7 ;,,1 been appointed principal of the N.
p. m.; choir rehearsal at 8 Fruits and Candies
p. m. Kissimmee public school.] He has _
Copies of European models as well as chic adaptation from lead- op
ing American designers. --0- ened and is doing nicely.Mr. .
Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, Rev. D.

Dress Goods Silks, Men's and Boys Clothing; Shoes for Men, A. Perrin, D. D., pastor. Services today Cecil Watson is expected home
Women and Children. will be as follows: soon from his vacation which he has CAFEMeals
Sunday School will open at 9.30 a. been spending in Jacksonville Gaines-
We extend a cordial invitation to m., Mr. J. II. Gamble, Superintendent. ville and Atlanta.Mr. at all hours. Open daily until 12 p.m
Morning service at 11 a.m.

visit our storeYowell Afternoon service. at 3.30 p.m. Geo. W. Davis who is well- 1
A. C. E. League at 6pm. Young known as a successful truck grower,
people of the city invited especially. says the heavy rainfall destroyed his Sam and Jack's Place
I Preaching at 7.30 p.m., by the pas- farm products, causing a loss of about
=Duckworth Co. .I tor. Dr. Perrin will deliver a special $75.00 worth of seed.
sermon at this hour and those who 6 BRYAN STREET TELEPHONE

ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE QUALITY DID IT fail to hear him will miss something Friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Mannare
good. All are cordially invited to the pleased to see them in the city

above services. again after having been away for J. B. HARRIS & SON
about aear.Arter .
Services at Mt. Zion, Sunday, Rev. Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Cigars and Candies.
THE STORE Of SATISFACTIONTrade H. K. Hill, minister. a lingering illness, Mr. J. H. Everything Up-to-Date
Sunrise Prayer Meeting at 4 to 5 a. Baisden died Friday afternoon at the
m. home of his brother in the western 535 Wes Church Street Orlando, Fla.J. .

at a colored store. Trade with a man of jour type and one Sunday School 9.30. section of the city. The burial ser
that lives with Morning service at 11 a.m. vices wil be had at Mt. Zion Baptist
jou. Trade with the man that is sure to give you W. JAMES(
Funeral of Mr. J. II. Baisden, 2.30 Church today at 2 p.m.
quality goods good weight and
courteous treatment.All .
p.m. Members of Orlando Camp No. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Confections
of these things combined you will find at the Sanitary Grocery 14 American Woodmen and Progress Rev. H. K. Hill and B. J. CaUis

Store, Corner Bryant and Teach Streets. Lodge No. 5490, G. U. O. of O. F., are have just returned from Eustis where 613 Veach Street Orlando, Fla.

requested to meet at Odd Fellows they have been attending the asso-
ORDERS SOLICITED AND DELIVERED Temple at 1.30 pan.B. ciation. They report having had a
Y. P. U., 6 p.m., all the i glorious meting.Mr. .
folk] of the city are cordially invitedto For Oysters in all styles
SERVE YOU be present as the members will put Evans, an employee at the Elks
forth a special effort at this hour in Club, and a promising young man of 521 West Church Street Orlando, Fla.
the rendition of an excellent program. this city has gone to Gainesville, his .

Sanitary Grocery StoreA. Special sermon at 7.30 p.m., by the former home. From here he will .
pastor Dr. Hill. leave to day for Clark University in H. THOMAS

T. Hopkins, Manager PHONE 3S7 Let as many as possible be present Atlanta Ga. Rooms and Lrvlcrincr
k to receive the benefih_____n_ of__ th"____ _PMnnn'_...._.. :
which will no doubt be helpful to all .!Ur. Herbert Cromartie and Miss 531 W. Church Street Orlando, Fla.
Cornelia Williams leave today"or Ed-
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and Repairing Teachers meeting Monday night at Ward Waters College in Jacksonville.
Ladies' Work a Specialty 7.30 p.m. Be present to hear the Mr. Cromartie is an old student of E. SHARPE
reading of the Sunday School re W. C.. and Miss Williams is a graduate Day and Week Board. Meals
ports. of Johnson Academy of this city,
10 ,2 Bryan Street Phone No. 116 having: finished last term with honors Fish and Oysters a Specialty 301 West Church Street
Ebenezer. E. Church, Rev. W. T.

WM. JACKSON Cojler] pastor. Mr. Henry Jamison is again able to
The following services. will be sit
at around the house. It will be remembered -
First Class Tonsorial Artist, Shading, Hair Cutting, Shampooingand Ebenezer: that a few weeks ago he For Up-to-Date Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing
Electric MassageBoot Sunday School, 9.30 a.n.Ir.. Williams was stricken with a stroke of paralysis. -
and Shoe Blacking Stand in front of Shop superintendent. We are pleased to see him improving 508 West Church Street, Orlando, Fla.
Morning service at 11.30
a.m. so rapidly.
FLA. Junior League at 3.30
p.m. GEO. E. WILLIAMS, The House Mover
Epworth League at 6 p.m. Many people were water-bound after .
CAREY HAND Preaching by the pastor at 7.30 p. I the heavy rain-fall Wednesday night. 11 Bryan Street Phone 116
m. Let all members and friends be At the home of Mr. Ed. Reece and
Funeral Director and Embalmer present to make this a glorious occa- others in his neighborhood a boat was

.. Office Phone 639 sion. used Thursday to take the people to GO TO LEONARD WILLIAMS' SHOE SHINE STAND t
and from their homes. East Orlandois
Residence Phone 457 Orlando, Florida Shilow] Baptist Church, Rev. A. Ar- again inundated and presents the FOR A FIRST CLASS SHINE '. ,

nett, pastor. appearance of a good sized lake. Also Cigars and Candies 413 W. Church Street
For Fine Stationery, School Books and all Musical Goods go to Services for today as follows:
Sunday School at 10 a.m. The enrollment and attendance of
W. S. BRANCHThe Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.m. pupils at Johnson's Academy have THE DELMONICOThe

Arcade Book and Music( Store Services at 3 p.m. gotten to be so large that another place for First.Class Board and Lodging. Meals Served at
B. Y. P. U. at 3.30 p.m. teacher has been added ot the faculty
all Hours.
Rates ReasonableD.
Song service at 6.30 to 7 p.m. -making eleven in all. Mrs. M. B.
Preaching by the pastor at 7.30 p. Jacson was the successful applicant, Thomas, Proprietor 401 West Church Street
Where: Is The m. You are cordially invited to all and it is believed that with her experience -
. of the above services. I and qualifications she will
I prove a valuable acquisition to the
LEADERDepartment ORVILLE WRIGHT SELLS OUT school. She is also recognized as a Meals at All Hours. Day and Week Board
AEROPLANE PLANTS singer of the higher type.
New 'York.-Orville Wright has Rates Reasonable 414 W. Church St.
Store ? sold his entire interest in the Wright "Fools sometimes rush where an-
Aeroplane company at Dayton, Ohio, gels dare not tread" is the way Dr.
to a syndicate consisting of William ,J. H. Thompson expressed it in telling T. J. DALLAS
CORNER CHURCH AND BOONE STREETS B. Thompson, August H. Wiggin, of the daring surgical operation. v
president of the Chase National bankof J. B. Hughes of this city performed on Staple and Fancy Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco and Cold Drinks

New York, and T. Frank Manville, ''a Mrs. Anderson at Winter Park last 406
Paramore Street Orlando Fla.
of the H. W.
Johns-Manville com- II Thursday. Dr. Thompson, who was
, The Place to get Real Bargains according to .
pany an announcement associated in the operation with Dr.
I made here today. I Hughes, says he has never seen never WILLIAM TAYLOR, AUTO FOR HIRE
L TneVri2'ht uhinh.
mmnan'" nnn- read nor heard of any surgeon performing -
McNeil and Davis Block Day Phone 82-Night Phone 109 i ftrols all of the patents on aeroplanes; ] such an operation as -did I I j Prompt- -service: Reasonable Rates
secured by Orville Wright and his Dr. Hughes. A large tumor was tak- j I
II brother the late Wilbur Wright. is en from the woman, and to do this J i Phone 645 504 West Church Street
Undertakers and Embalmers capitalized at $1,000,000, of which she had to be almost split open. !I f fi

Furniture. Carpets, Rugs Mattings and General House Furnishings $800,000 is outstanding. Orville _____ I i i THE AFRO-AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO.
Corner Orange Avenue and Church Street I Wright owns ninety-seven per cent. The K. of P.'s of the city had a
of the outstanding stock. The pur- joint smoker Friday evening at the The Company that pays on time. Take a policy and protect your-

SANITARY MEAT MARKET chase price was not disclosed. Odd Fellows Temple] on Church and self against sickness, accident and death

P. C. HART, Proprietor I Orville Wright will become consult- Terry Sts. All present enjoyed themselves Branch Office 406 W. Veach St. E. A. Willis, Agent
ing engineer of a new aeroplane com- having had plenty of the various
Best of Meats Always on Hand. Prompt and
Courteous I
Attention pany which the syndicate will form. refreshments. II
35 Church Street Phone 213 He will be a stockholder in the new Speeches were made by several] I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
company. members which brought the two lodges -
closer together in spirit and deed, Phone 613
DEAN WHITES DESERT YOU BET creating a better understanding.
"The Drug and Seed Man" I Grass Valley, Cal.-The old town of I M. Crooms. Jr.. District Deputy LOCATED IN THE ARCADEJ.

Solicits Your Patronage [. You Bet, which once had a population I and A. M. Hawkins, District Deputy I

Proprietor, CITY DRUG STORE, 9 W. Church St. of more than 1,000 persons, is now Grand Chancellor, were present and
__ ,i occupied exclusively by Chinese. made some great speeches. After B. CALLAHAN. D.
I I About seventy-five Chinese miners I having partaken of the plentiful refreshments I Physician and Surgeon
I are employed] in the drift mines there all retired to their homes I II'
DR. S. A. TILLMANDental : and reside with their families in the j having spent a glorious evening. 27 West Church Street Orlando, Fla.
I houses once occupied by the whites.
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Parlors j The last saloon in the town has been i It's pretty hard to see poetry in a I

401 W. Church Street, Up Stairs Orlando, Fla. 1 I closed no patrona the present population affording I wet house autumn accompanied leaf that by mud.tracks in the Try An Ad In Orlando Colored NewsOEL.A.NDO



- I I I MINI; lr:> I IN M 1.\MIITNII from thecst.. I'I ho Imminent of htndiiuurlem \\ hen

I PersonalsMrs One thing that is worrying: lu pte, ,iiri emergency come there willno
Co I however, i u the
Dickson-Ives Gut ha"1 NmckrrhocktT tor Sihnuttbvrger, delay in typewriting orders The fxpcutne
I ) of water
New ork.-Preparedness is the question will crab the necessary ordtrfill ,
---- -- : :Minnie HerlarW has returned All other emergencies might be
the number of he
in perhaps men
.t. to her school work in Lonu\\ood, from word at New York police head'luar.ten provided against and yet the enemy' wishes to rush to a certain point And
which she was called\ to Jacksonvillea these day's. A committee is hart might capture the Catskill watershedand
hand the order to the chief of the
weeks the funeral of her what the leave New York dry and gasping
few ago to I at work figuring out just telegraph service to be flashed to all
Is THE Store to do all brother. hostile But even then a number of large con-
police should do in case a army parts of the city.Don't .
t densers such as are used aboard ship
I marched into the neighborhood and
shoppingof Mrs Queen Wooden of East Orlan- could convert sea water into some-
your i do has moved on Church Street on'account I sent a million or so tired, hungry, thing drinkable. The police are look-

of the threatening condition thirsty., homeless men, women, and ing into that.Hostilities Forget Us

:of theater in that section. children scurrying from one boroughinto in the neighborhood

I I another. might result in putting the telephoneand I

DRY GOODS MILLINERYand Mr. lamp Sharp is having a mod- The police heads had never thoughtof telegraph systems of the city out I when in
I ern business place erected on one of businessbutthey of business. The different police stations -
it before this war need of
lots in Pine Hurst Park which could not communicate, per-
I This read the newspapers and some Not at all. The police have
when finished will be a credit to the haps
I colored enterprise of Orlando. of the tales from Poland and Belgiumset recently learned flag wigwagging and

their imaginations to working. the use of flash signals at night from ,

READY-TO-WEAR Miss Corine Allen has been confinedto Supposing an enemy landed on the United States navy" and every station -1 JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction
can send or receive messages to
bed for over a week. For this rea- Long Island and swept into Brooklyn.
other stations without the use of a
son she will be late in leaving for Ed- driving 1,500,000 refugees acros I
ward Waters where she attended last I wire.
bridge and ferries and through tun furthermore: in a few weeks a system I
year hels into Manhattan. of wireless communication wilt be I
What would they do* installed. Then, in five minutes a
Mrs. Fraturah Taylor has returned will be able to setup
The big guns of the police admitted squad of policemen GuaranteedOur
Shopping from the north where she reports of they would be overwhelmed, a long aerial at a street intersection -
having had a pleasant stay
Hudson-Fulton celebration of de=pir- and send messages thirty to fifty
memory wouldn't be in it. miles.
Place I Funeral services of "lettuce" Robinson So a committee on preparedness This does not by any' means cover

were held in Alt Olive A. M E. consisting of Chief Inspector Max F the subject of police preparedness, are reason-

Church, of which he was a member. I II Schmittberger and Inspectors :Morris which includes plans for protection incase
!The body was then shipped to Jack- Cohen and O rien, was appointed of a great fire or an earthquakeas able.
somille. his former home, being accompanied and they are making progress ol well as the approach of a hostile

Some People Say I bj: his mother and brother. which Berlin might well be proud. army.
The burial took place from Peter & important of
On a card index system is the name Perhaps the most part
Baker undertaking parlor. of every aeroplane and automobilt the plan is the general orders, all "Quality" Our

owner in Greater New York who ha written out, with the exception of one

DON'T BUY A THING UNTIL YOU NEED IT"That's The funeral services of Leslie promised to help in time of emer- or two blank spaces, which are kept MottoGO

Mathers who met his death so violently gency together with his telephone locked up in steel filing cabinets in

were held in Ebenezer. E number and all necessary detail

Nonesense"BUY Church of which he was a member. about his machine.
The family which consisted of a mother Also all surgeons, physiciansnurses

and two sisters, all of Tampa werepresent churches, public halls, school TOTheOrlandoPharmac
to the last of their loved buildings, and other large structure
WHILE ITS CHEAP and KEEP IT one laid to rest in Greenwood cem- are listed and described in regard to

ete!"}". Mr. Mathers was a carpenterby availability for emergency usefulness
This does not begin to cover the list
trade and a more friendly young
Sense"Visit man was hard to find. of resources which are card indexed

lIe made for himself many friends There are already 40,000 cards and

while here and he will long be remembered more are added every day. The police -

our store and see howe sell the cleanest and best merchandise for the genteel manner in have at their finger tips all facts. H. A. Smith Prop.
which he carried himself. about gas and power houses, art museums ,
at the LOWEST PRICES. Its for jour economyDon't ". dynamite depots, transport;
tion vessels, inflammable oils and
CAR FOR HIRE liquids and the National Guard. :FOR: -

CHARLEY NELSON If all the refugees couldn't possiblybe

accommodated under roofs, ref
Saturday and Iluyrs swhar you git jo money' camps would be established at
fail to see our worth, carefully ugee plotted points in the big PURE DRUGS and TOILET ARTICLES

Even a keerful driver too. city parks. Each camp would consist
Monday Sale Kase he's not wantin to leave dis of 2,000 persons, as the United States!!

earth, army considers this the greatest number Filled
En also carry you. that can be handled satisfactorily Prescriptions
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He drives dat 11 Cadillac in a unit.A .
On bricks, shells, clay er san, type of stove for use in cooking
Done tole you so; dat am de fack, for these camps has even been picked Courteous Treatment
MAX The GrocerCorner Charley Nelson am dat man. out and could be quickly supplied,

while provisional contracts for great
At number 10 on Terry Street, quantities of foodstuffs have been
Terrj and Veach Streets Phone 422 You'll find him day er night, signed with great packing and pro-

En anywhar dat man you meet duce and flour concerns. 23 W. Church St. Phone 388
lie sartny am perlite. The police haven't forgotten watet .
En dot dar 11 Cadillac pipes to the camps, and all sorts of
STAR LAUNDRY Josie Adams, Proprietress* Hit sho does kivver Ian, necessary sanitary provisions. Of

Family Work Hits got de driver on hits back, course, these are not in place; but ..
Special Rates on
Cleaning a Specialty,
Charley Nelson am dat man. the police committee is drawing up . .. '
213 W. Church Street Phone 263; detailed plans by which they could be : : -.
His prices reasonable as kin be, provided swiftly and without con- t: "

Anywhars you want to go.I fusion. :
know it kase he's dun hauled me, Again, if the city were near occupation '
CALLL UP GROVER'S TRANSFER What else you want to know? by hostile troops art and jew- :

Line Phone 152 Yes he will take you any w bars, elry treasures would have to be removed jaj .
Atlantic Coast
Office at Could take you to de moon er stars, to safety. All buildings to be } '

Charley Nelson, am dat man. protected in this manner are listed .

R. A. WOODWARD and at a command from headquartersvans
Dat kyar equipments hates style, would roll up to their doors and

General Plastering, Cement Work, Artificial Tiling ,En seldom hit does balk, pictures and statuary would soon bin TAXEDERMISTTaxedremj
Gainesville Fla. You den won't have to git out chile, E. A. WILLIS, SCIENTIFIC
409 Allen St., Orlando, Fla. 512 N. Pleasant, a place of safety.
En back to town to walk. New York never has more than I work in all its branches, Birds, Animals, Game Heads,

All Work Guaranteed; He'll please you sho, en dat I know, enough food to feed itself four day Fish, etc, mounted true to life. Skins tanned and made into rugs.

Don't keer ef )"ouse Miss Ann, For this reason the police are pre
\ Send me jour next (specimen.
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Subscribe for the Colored ,Charley Nelson am dat man. the bringing in of food supplies; 106 W. EACH STREET ORLANDO r FLA.


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Thursday Night, Oct. 21, 1915 y -
i,, On The Roof GardenThe

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Autumn FashionsOn

((1 Living Models

An imposing Pageant of Styles
t'.tsn i n xnPFxt
You are cordially invited 8 to 10 P. M. Music
No Cards

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I Fall Fashion OpeningIn I

II.1!_____ the Store all Day Friday, Oct. 22, 1915

1 I A N EXPOSITION worthy of your attention. We
'T S are now displaying the most thorough and complete stocks
of Modern Merchandise ever gathered under this roof. Our opening is late rvOlSTINCTJJDMmoRtSS
season and our buyers were late going to the market therefore they were in
4 time for the beautiful fashion Shows in New'York, which gave them wonderful
ria Des's ideas of what would be the best to buy, thereby getting the last word in styles,
'-4 so we are prepared to show in our Opening the newest of the new. And every
section of this well stocked store is prepared to make your shopping comforta-
1 ble and profitable. We invite you to visit our Opening THURSDAY NIGHT on
t the ROOF GARDEN and FRIDAY all day in the STORE. Come see the interesting
items we have to show. You will not regret the coming...roam around to
your heart's content, as you are always welcome.

MilliiaersrMillinery :: : .

Fashions trend toward the beautiful styles that include the Picture Hat Ostrich Plumes
Beaded Ornaments I Ribbons and Bandings. The advent of these styles find us ready to furnish your
every need. Many beautiful charming hats just out of our work room will be shown for the first time.
Simplicity is the pass word, simplicity that demands in the designer the most elusive art of all...the art of
: line. The sombre hues dominate relieved by golden glint or silver shean of metallic ornaments, Raven
Blue, Church Purple Seagreen, Brodeaux and Black and White seem to be the chosen
colors. Many copies of original Paris models creations of our own designers. Among the
""''"' many beautiful models shown will be the Chin-Chin Turban Talbot, Evelyne Varon and
and Tappe Model. After you see them you cannot help but appreciate their attractiveness.
We will be pleased to have you call and see them. Our prices are consistent with quality.




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Monday evening EVENING an interesting service ,

News will be held at the Methodist Household DaysA

church, with Rev Jerry Jeter, revival

evangelist, in charge. The service

will start at 7:30, and a large crowdis

expected to attend. Rev. Jeter is Lively Three Day Sale "

conducting a series of revival servicesat
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe the First Methodist church in Or-
lando, and is said to be a remarkably Commencing WednesdayAnd

Town And Rollins College powerful speaker. .

SUNDASCHOOL SOCIAL Continuing Thru' Friday, of Everything

Appertaining to Home FurnishingsTrue
A DELIGHTFUL TALE-A GOOD STORY members of Mrs Enlow's Sun-

AFFAIR day school class held a pleasant social economy is being able to buy the thinggs you want, when you want them at the
The fifth annual Chase Hall "Dr. J. S. McEwan has the finest
recep- at the parsonage Thursday evening prices want to for them. RIGHT
you pay HERE on these three days is where
tion was held last evening, the entire bulldog in the state of Florida," said Games and refreshments helped' jour opportunity -
: comes in to practice economy-prices are low, and assortments complete.
campus and faculty being invited to Mayor Temple yesterday, and Mr.,
to the time most enjovable
pass Within the past three months the price.of cottons and linens have advanced from
attend. i Temple has had a long and varied ex-
20 to 35 per cent. All of our purchases were made before any advance took place. Our
The reception was held from 7:30 with bulldogs. To Dr. Mc-
perience BAND PRACTICE TODAY prices are based on these costs. Many; of the special prices we quote are much lower thanwe
to 8 o'clock, and following this an Ewan's bulldog there attaches two i
I The recently organized Winter can buy ourselves to da)'.
elaborate program was rendered on tails -one grew there, and the otheris
band will hold
Park-Orlando a rehearsal
the rear court, and consisted of a as follows this afternoon at the Lyric SHEETS, SLIPS, TOWELS, COUFORTERS: uRTAIX GOODS, BLANKETS, QUILTS,
number of short sketches carried off Mr. W. T. Drew, proprietor of the TABLE OND OTHER
theatre, at 2 o'clock. LINENS, ETC., ETC.
by the Chase men in good style. Drewstone Kennels, at Mt. Vernon,

The first scene represented a room New Hampshire, is a great friend of
Mrs. A. Wagner and daughter, Miss
in Chase Hall with a number of the Mr. Temple, and is also one of the
Jean and the former's sister, Mrs J
football men discussing the result of foremost breeders of strictly fancy HUCHAISACK TOWELS SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS
W. Webster, winter residents of Win-
Thursdays game with Florida. The bulldogs in the United States, he being ter Park, returned jesterday. Cotton Huck, special Irish finish, full size,

following scenes were filled with witty the breeder of Champion Drew- very special, exceptional at $1.20 Popular 72x90 ------_______________50c

take-offs at different people on thecampus. stone Pike, who is admittedly the fin- who have been dozen for _______________________95c:
The Biglow family, Mohawk:: 63x90 _____83c
est bulldog ever bred in America, a spending the summer at New London, Cotton II uc k'h't e and colored I """

The decorations adopted were red dog who swept everything before him Ohio, have written that they expectto borders, regular $1.80 dozen for $1.20Iohawk, 72x90 ---_____________83c:
and gray: Chase's colors, which were in all of the great dog shows in the
return to Winter Park about the Linen Bucks:, 25c.: 35c., 50c., 65c., 75c.Iohawk, 81x90 ___________________90c:
obtained by an artistic combinationof East, going straight from his novice $1.00 and $1.23.: Special prices.
first of November and to
red shaded lights draped with class to champion with a single bound, expect oc- Mohawk 81x99 __________________93c:
cupy the attractive residence which is
Spanish moss. I and winning incidentally on his wayup being erected for them by Freeman TURKISH TOWELS :Mohawk: 90x90 _______________$1.00
A delightful course of refresh- on several occasions specials as

ments was served in three of the low- the best dog of any breed in the Hunter. We carry one of the largest stocks of Euneida, 63x90 ____________________63c:

er rooms which, because of their spe- show. Turkish towels of any store in the State. Euneida, 81x90 ___________________69c
cial decorations, were dubbed "The Mr Drew was also the breeder of OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Bought direct from the Ilanufacturers-
"Chase Inn" and "Chi- SURGEON Euneida, 81x90 ____________-______83c;
Palm Room, Champion Buttons Second, whose Jobbers eliminated. Prices the lowest.

natown. The entire student body daughter, Peg o' Mj Heart, has been Note these specials: Shamrock, 81x90 __________________75c

and faculty are indebted to the Chase owned by Mr. Temple for more than and Dr Howell, ,announces osteopathic that physician he has Our $1.50 lead for ________________81.20 Demco, 81x90 ____________________69c

Hall men for this delightful evening'sentertainment. two jears.For returned surgeon from Harvard University, Our $3.00 lead for ________________$2.70 Utica 72x90 95c
than Mr Drew has ----------------------
more a year where he took post graduate work in We have a magnificent range of fancy

been on the lookout for an exceptionally eye, ear nose and throat diseases. colored Turks in Guest and full size from Pequot, 81x90 ____________________$1.10
SCIIULTZ PURCHASES LOT ON fine English bull for Mr Also physical diagnosis (nerves
EAST PVRK AVENUE puppy heart, \kings, kidneys and other viscera 15c. to $1.00. Our special. in these, 35c. or Sterling, 81x99 __________________$1.50
Temple, and about two weeks ago ), and electrotherapy and conta- 3 for $1.00.
Arthur Schultz, who recently pur- shipped him a four months old pup gious diseases. Office, Cheney build-

chased one of the attractive lots on out of Drewstone Lady Seaton, who ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-

East Patk avenue, north of the Mason was a daughter of Champion Countessof phone: Office 617; residence 1018 t

cottage in the Morse grove, has evidently -' Leesdale, by Champion Centaur BLANKETSWe

decided that this property is a The pup's father was the famous I have an enviable reputation for ex-

good investment and has just boughtlot Champion Drewstone Pike before alluded II ceptional values in Blankets. This season

No. 2, block 59: which adjoins his to, and he bids fair to be a duplicate II I we will eclipse ourselves. We have a big-

first purchase. of his famous sire. ger range, a choicer assortment and

Shortly after the pup's arrival Mr I Strangersarming prices absolutely the very lowest. Choose

WINTER PARK NOTES Temple's daughter, Mrs. A. W Mason r i ; x now when assortment is at its best.

came to visit him, and quietly I Gray and White, full size$1.25 and $1.50

CoL Haines, of Altamonte, was in appropriated the young bulldog and I in Orlando will make COLORED PLAID BLANKETS

town yesterday for several hours took him home with her, believing no
sensation of the hour. To themis
i mistake in to the Model 4,, The see
business. no going -
transacting doubt that he was too fine a dog for them. to
I to own Special price $2.50
the old man to have around. But Cafe. If they choose to takea $3.50.
Mrs. II F Self, of Eustis, is spend- within three days Dr. McEwan spied I
$ S Woolnap Blankets _______$4.00 and $4.50
ing a few days in Winter Park with him at the Mason home and fell in 25c. meal or a 15c. special V All Wool Blankets5.00 to $10.00 '

relatives and friends. Mrs. Self is a love with him at once.
they assured of getting the
former resident and is tlvvavs a welcome -I Friday the Doctor brought his chil- I are COMFORTERS AND QUILTS

visitor. dren up to see the famous new English 'I best that can be served for the k; .d The famous "MAISH" make. Over 500 to choose

puppy, with the result that they I from, all the newest patterns and colorings.
Roland Barze returned yesterday refused to go home without the pup. I money. If they should chosea +! t l= Prices $1.25 $1.50 $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 to $10.00

morning from Tampa where he Consequently the Temple and Mason I more elaborate meal they MARSAILLIES QUILTSIn

pitched for Ybor City Friday against families are mourning the loss, andDr. : maybe both the old fashioned honeycomb and satin

West Tampa, the game ending 9 to 2 McEwan is the proud possessor i sure that it will be well 1 weaves, splendid designs.
Prices 95c-, $1.25, $1.50 $2.50. $3.50, $.1.00, $;)..50
in favor of his team. Two more of the finest English bulldog in Flor- j and $6.75.
cooked and moderate in price
games remain to be played, the two Ida.
teams at present being neck and neckin Oysters fresh every day. QUILTS

the race for the pennant, with fif- SHOWER FOR DR. DOUGLASSThe f 4 size $1.35; full size $1.75, $200 $2.50 and $3

teen games each. Barze will returnto -
members of the
Baptist congregation COLORED DIMITY QUILTSFull
Tampa to take part in the deciding I surprised and delighted

games Monday and Wednesday. their beloved pastor and his wife OPEN DAY AND NIGHT sze, plain $1.75; Scalloped, $3.50; X size

Thursday evening by gathering at scolloped, $2.90.

TODAY'S SERVICES AT WINTER their new home and giving them a

--1 PARK CHURCHES linen shower. r

Cotton Huck __________7c, Sc., lOc. 15c. and 20c your Fall range is absolutely complete with all
Sunday school at 9.45 a. m.; F. N. James Harper, proprietor of the
Linen Crash, regular 12%cc. for ___ ________lOc the new combination colorings and designs. Exceptional
Boardman, superintendent. Winter Ptrk Plumbing has ;
Check Dsh Towelng, ______12c:. ISc., 18c., 20c. good values at these prices.
Morning preaching service at 11 purchased a handsome Maxwell car ,
I PURE LINEN HUCK, Irish, 15 to 22 inches, 45c., 15c.: 25e, 29c.. 35c., 40c* and 45c.
o'clock. The pastor will preach on from the Winter Park Garage.
SOc., 59c., and 65c.
the theme, "The Evolution of a

B. Y. P. U. at 6:15: p. m.; Mary LINENS 42x36 _____________________lOc. to 35c
Alice Oliver, president. The new officers -
A word to the wise. Thanksgiving Day will soon 45x36 -----______________12c. to 45c
elected the last will
at meeting
be with us. On that day of days every house-
take charge this evening. Topic, .. wife wil strive to make her table lok more attractive EXTRA SPECIAL IN SLIPS

"Training for Church Membership"Evening than ever, and table linen wil be chief Shamrock Make, 4ox38'/ 35c. pair, worth
service, 7 o'clock. Sub- means to that end. Avail yourself then of the

ject of the sermon will be "An Often We are moving into our new building, and exceptional values we are offering for three days. 50 cents.
Repeated Miracle. OUR SPECIAL LINE in pure Irish Linen grass
Miss Denison will preside at the will have a new stock of goods on display bleached, 72 inches wide, $1.50"alue for $1.15 CURTAINS ANn CURTAIN SCRIMS

organ, both morning and evening.!. In an excepetionally range of designs, napkins to
The business we do in this section of the store is
Special singing! by male quartette. match of the pattern
Thursday Morning many. almost a wholesale one, the reason is plainright -
Strangers are invited to make this Other prices file., 75c., $1.00, $1.7.$2.00 and $2.,0' .
prices-test us during the sale, we'll surprise
their church home. A cordial welcome I
II NAPKIN'S to match many of the patterns at .
awaits all who come. ppecial prices also

-- __ : LACE CURTAINS, White and

(..o\mti.\Tan: ; : ; CHURCH DOMESTICS ecru. Special prices:
Sunday school nt 9:15 n. m. 150. $2.00 $2.50. $3.50. $100 and $500
SHEETING: %5-4, C-4, 7-4, 8-4, 9-4. 104.
Preaching!: at 11 a. m. Subject for Bordered II. S. EUmme, white and ecrue,

the morning..: service, "The UniversulQuest. Winter Park FloridaMIIIIMMMMMIMMIIMMI Bleached Unbleached I,.c. value for IOYJc

TICKINGS, Feather and Mattress, I'lain and II. S. Marquisito, white and ecru,
Y. P. S. C. K at 7p.m.
Prices lOc., U4c! 15c., ISc, 20c. and 25c. 25c. value for 19c
Preaching!: at 7:30 p. m. Subject IMMIMMI
PILLOW TUBING, 42 inches and 45 inches
for evening! service, "Mockers Properly :
Classified." Prices 18c. to 20 c. GUEST LINEN IIUCKS

Mid-week Wednes- Winter Park Auto Co. : AWNING STRIPES, new colors
prayer meeting Prices 20c., 25c. and 30c. A large variety of plain, fancy and white and col-
day night, 7:30 o'clock
CANVAS DUCK, 8 oz., 10 oz.. 12 oz. ored embroidered effects,
- ---- Prices ISc., 22c, and 25c. 20c. 25 ;)
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Special: prices *, 35e.. 50e., and 63e.:

Corner. Boulevarde and Interlachenavenue. BUICK and FORD CARS :

Regular Sunday services. '

Sunday school at 10 a. m. ,

Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Repairing Painting and Auto

Morning subject, "Saul and Sinai." Dickson-Ives Co

Heavenly Evening Vision.subject", "Obedience to the! : SuppliesOPEN


I "Orla do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando Fla.WintorPark
10 a. m. Holy Communion. DAY AND NIGHT .
11 a. m. Morning prayer, with ser I

mon. C

Seats free, and strangers welcome. i 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

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(Orlaitin _nriej I Favorite MONDAYS PROGRAM IF 'Get It AtU.n's[OE cn=n


SOCIETY CALENDAR mon sense the southwestern part of "The Submarine Harbor," the 28th -
the city can be drained by drilling two episode of "Elaine," featuring Pearl
Tuesday, October 19. or three 12 inch drainage wells at a White, Lionel Barrymore, Creigh-
Board of Governors Associated Chari- cost far below a surface drainage ton Hale, and the :\I.steriousIr..
ties, at San Juan hotel. 4 o'clock. system. These wells will take all the X. .
Wednesday, October 20. water out of sight without drainingit "IN THE VALLEY"
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. G. C. into Lake Lucerne. Why drain this Thanhouser drama, one part.
Kolloch hostess, afternoon. water and filth into beautiful Lake "THE SILENT WITNESS"A
Unity Circle. Lucerne and make this beauty spot a Reliance."A 11
Orlando Equal Suffrage League, 10 disease breeding pool, and cause its HOME BREAKING HOUND"
o'clock a. m., Unity Chapel. clear waters to reek with a smell that A Keystone.
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Phil would be unbearable. This lake now FIVE BIG REELS.
Slemons hostess. has all it can stand. Five and ten cents. 167th = SP1v'r
Thursday, October 21. Why will people ever suggest sucha
Orlando Gun Club shoot, Country system as proposed! Is not :your !.
Club, afternoon. sink hole inadequate to dispose of the UNITARIAN CHURCH .0 ',
Rose ind Clu_, cfte-noon. flood waters at this ime, then why Corner Central Ave. and West St. We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have

- tax its capacity further Gentlemenof Preaching by Rev. E. E. Gordon at : hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
W. C. T. U. COMMITTEES: FOR the City Commission, do not add 11 a. m.Sunday. n
CONVENTIONThe any more taxes to those we already school at 9:43.; only 25c. including engraving, and they are very popular.
following committees have been have. There are a number of us in Unity Circlie Wednesday at 3 p. m.
appointed to prepare for the state Orlando who can not pay their taxes: This will be a social afternoon.CATHOLIC f
'orvention to be held at the Methodist now. Will you bankrupt us, or shallwe -o- II IIlb.
find church 12th: November 9th, 10th, 11th/, not?tell you by our vote that you shall Rev. M. Fox, pastor.CHURCH ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

Entertainment Mrs. J. L. Guernsey I also notice that Mr. G. R. Ramseyhas Mass and Holy Communion at 6:30
chairman. -"'" been instructed to draw plans of and 10 a. m.
Ho! li... andiJinehesMrs.-. 11. F.Sanders the proposed system and its cost. Is Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p.m. : _' . OCl
chairman. there not another engineer in Orange Week day messes at 6:30 a. m. _

Musi:?-Mr*. ilert Blair, chairman., county or Orlando capable of doing Choir practice, 'luesday, 7:30: p. m.METHODIST .
Pi' 3IT: E. B. ih'ler! chairman; this work at a reasonable cost to the -0--
". .:, !" P.'drick.Finance : I tax payers' Our commissioners are CHURCH .P' -__ ..... :. .,
I I :-Mrs. J. II. Vick, chair- ( particular about, buying hay, grain O'Neal, superintende I\.'' Yt".="'':-'"...,."-., '- ;;,.....\....-''.'"... ..,... Unusual DesignsSome
and other commodities, submitting Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ; .
".-. -:; 31 is. N.; Forage. i ? ,.. <
Badges-Miss Lizzie Mathews their wants to the various dealers. Interesting revival features: ' ' .L7 r t s people, in fact, a great many,
I' \ \
Should not this engineering proposi- Preaching at 11 a. m., by Mr. Hol- ' t i
I I'chairmanIrs. Manuel.Postoffice ; f e ; -\ prefer unique and original effectsin
: -
-Mrs.C'Ma Miller, chairman tion be treated in the same way'? comb. '. ... / ...... .... I, .,.,1c' -"- \.':\ wall decorations. We anticipatethese
I I desirous At 3 m., meeting for at J ''
One thing am particularly p. women :;; .7!
Mrs. John Gould. . J ,
Church; Deco..1tion-lrs. W. E. of callir attention to in the mat- the church, led by Mrs. Jeter. ,,lor .. ',,]',--' .{," -{\" .".,.;. demands and always carry in

Gore, chairman; Mrs. _\. A. Gould ter of bonding our city, thereby increasing At 3 p. m., meeting for men at the .\::/ 1 .> ,\) stock something entirely different
Mrs. Bert Bl.:r. :Mrs. Dickirv>n. our taxes, is its effect upon Grand. Sermon-lecture by Mr. Hoi- '. -i '1r..r. from others. Will you call here or
The comb, "Holcomb's Horse Race." 'f,1 '7> 111
gasoline industry contemplate .
con- ::. Mary IIu-- any )
Depot will we send our sample book to ?
As all know thisis At 6:45 m., Epworth League ;\ hr you
table, chairm.n I"1; :'or"i!'. J. B. Magruder, locating here. we p. ser c"
Mrs. Flower frs. DeWitt, Mrs. II. F. a question that is right now cryingfor vice.At 1
sumption is unusu- Sanders, Miss Liliie itoux. attention. We must induce factories 7:30 p. m., a great meeting. p\i"t:\ Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.

Advertising and Publicity-Mrs. W. to locate here in order to afford ." "'II ... ..., n.-
II. Story, chairman; Mrs. :Mary IIux-I employment to our citizens. If we SKATING: RINK 205 S. Orange Avenue
low. \
ally table Mrs. E. Miller. increase our taxes to a prohibitive 1--
Social-Mrs. S. S. Griffin, chair- j rate, surely no industry is going to Until further notice ladies admittedfree COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
man; Mrs. J. B. Ma cruder, Mrs. J. B. I'consider Orlando as a location. I, for at night, except special occasions.
Ley, Mrs. A. A. Gould, Mrs. A. G. my part, think we now have all the 1-10-13-tfc
Branham, Mrs. D. M. Topliff, Mrs. R. taxes we can stand, and if the question I
P. Buckmaster. I is submitted to a vote I trust
Automobile-lIon. S. S. Griffin, I I that, for our good, the verdict shall I
be registered against any more bonds. MRS. MARY A. COX
Mrs. J.
chairman; Mr. J. II. Tucker
L. Giles, Mrs. J. B. Ley, Mrs. F. A. To my knowledge there are now industries Presents the I
I proposed for Orlando that CAREY HAND
Sewing Mrs. J. H. Vick chairman; are pending on this question of taxa- r
Mrs. A. B. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Tucker tion. Respectfully inEXCLUSIVE
Mrs. G. F. Miller. I R. L. HOLLAND.
And ,
Ser\ers-Misses Jessie Pedrick, BLOUSES I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Elizabeth Yovrell, Elizabeth Robinson, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY NECKWEAR .
Hilda Griffin, Catherine Barnes, AND NOVELTIES I AND EMBALMERAll

Helen Agnes Smith.Musselwhite, Helen Bellamy, i WANTED-Roy at t' Sentinel office;

Utherl\lisses Carol King, Fannie steady learn. work for bright boy desiringto :501 West Street Orlando

Tucker, Irene Johnson, Lois Pedrick,

Claire Elmina Robinson Gould, Elizabeth Mary McCullough Branham,, FOR SALE-Extra fine large guavas, calls answered Promptly Dayor
best in 106 East Central
Huxtable. town, at
Francis Fern .
Topliff. Hand Block.
With gasoline al- JJ'I'Jmte\jM": ( Ella Switzer, Mrs.F. avenue. 10-17-lt Night.
. V. Phillip, Mrs. A. O. Branham,
NTF.D-Good second hand man'selse
Mrs. L. G. Stnrbuck, Mr W II.
Story, MM. A. A. GouM.Alternates bicycle In good repair, cheap! Orlando Florida.
ready advanced
--Mrn. (', K. Howard for cash.. Apply Tharton, 105 WentPine. ,

1\Irll. Robert Bellamy. Mrn. George 10.17-H PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPI10NE 457
Mncy, Mrs. C. K.: Llmpus, 1\Irll. .F. A.
1 1-2cin last month
Lowe FURNISHED: ROOMS()( I : nil eonvenItneon -
The "diamond mt'caC'ontt'lIl! \ tho ; separately or together;
h ,
and another ad- hut evening fif the convention will t."
n't'ry attractive\ feature of thu con-
ROOM I FOR RENT-nicely: furnl-hcil.
vance of 2c which In good neighborhood and
:mcnryTt s OF INTEREST: conven. .
lent; reasonable. 202: East; Robinson
Rev Eleanor E. Gordon returned to avenue. lO-17-'Hc "t
goes into effect Friday -Orlando yesterday afternoon from

Hamilton, 111., where she has been FOR SALE Bicycle, In good condi. "A SISTER'S BURDEN" A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL :
tion: can be bought cheap for cash, .
of this week the She is theguest
spending summer. If
purchased at once. Apply 307 East
of Mr. and Mrs Mahlon Goreat Pine street. 10-17-3t A Kalem special feature, in two part.

Gasoline becomes their home on Lucerne Circle.
a + FOR SALE CHEAP-One Fox typewriter
(invisible), good as new;
factor Mrs. Thos. D. Brodwater returnedto one hand grist mill, brand new. Will
be reck-
to Orlando yesterday afternoon froma sell both for $25 cash. S. V. Bunting
115 Grace street, city. 10-17-6t "HESRAT SELIG NEWS NO. 62"
visit to friends in Tampa and Clear-

oned with. water. FOR RENT-Furnished for light CURTIS & O'NEAL

Miss Ruth Thompson, who has been housekeeping, 2 rooms and kitchen.

spending the summer in Brownsville, ette, on first floor; also bath room in
Pa., returned last evening over the connection; electric lights and tele' "CUI'ID PUTS ONE OVER THE
phone. 312 North Main street. Real Estate
Insurance Loans
Coast Line and will be the guest of 10-17-6t :

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. N. Burden, at their CUA TCHEX"

home, 209 East Church street, until FOR RENT-A good ten room fur- Rentals
and Mrs. T. H. nished house, with modern conven-
her Mr.
parents A
ences, and well ventilated; just the Vitagraph comedy.
Thompson, arrive to spend the winter, thing for boarding house; located in

as has been their custom for some a prosperous, growing town. Applyto

years. Miss Thompson will enter. W. L. Story, Winter Garden, Fla.
Cathedral school.
5 cents 10 cents
| TRACY & SOM ERVILLE-Carpenters -
The Twentieth Century Club will and cabinet makers. Screen

meet with Mrs. G. C. Kolloch on doors and windows, frames, sleeping
porches, counters, shelving, showcases ESTABLISHED IRS
East Concord avenue, Wednesday afternoon refrigerators, alterations and
P'I. : at 3:15.LETTERS additions. We keep a number of
skilled workmen constantly on hand.
18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo
$25 REWARDFor litliiliiilillllllilMMIIIIillMMIIMilMlililllinHand's
Editor Morning Sentinel:
Under date of October 15th.
the detection of
any person
I notice
ing Reporter-Star, Even-I"caught dumping leaves or other rub-
to: Vote" Upon Drainage bish in the gutters of the city streets.S. .
Bonds. Now please and
stop A. JOHNSON, Street Comm'r.Orlando .
er that we are now bonded as follows:
Oct. 16. 10-17-ltc
$100,000 paving bonds, $140,000 sewer I
bonds, $40,000 redemption bonds (old
W day t bonds), making a total of $280- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

000.Right here as a citizen and tax I The public is hereby requested to
payer I want to register my vote as be as sparing as possible in the use
1 :\MORE BONDS. There is no reason -f of water on account of so many
for a bond issue when with the | breaks in the sewer svstem.
exercise of a little judgment and com- | H. CLARK ROBERTSON. .

PhillipsSons - .
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Pure Ice CreamMade



1000 men to hear Holcomb's In Orlando

great Sermon Lecture entitled .


Phone 566-666

Sunday 3 P. M.

At the Grand TheaterFor

Men Only

Jeter Cartoons
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At The ChurchesFIRST SOLDIER CONSIDERED POOR KAISER GODFATHER OF LABOR I You'll hear a man say "No, it I I Fire Insurance
LEAVES SMALL FORTUNE ER'S CHILD doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
to too small a class of people."
Aid yet when the same man loses
BAPTIST[ CHURCH Stuttgart.-To her great surpriseMrs. Berlin.-Emperor William has con his bunch of keys he rushes to the -
I Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., : Martin Webor, of Rieolingen, the sented to act as godfather for the newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
j i,pastor. widow of a Wuerttemberg soldier who eighth son of George Herget, a poop he knows that in the whole COOK & BAAS, Agents
j The Baptist Temple-the "Stranger's was killed at the western front in factory laborer of Oberursel. The wide world there is only one person
who can possibly be influerced by his I I
i : Sabbath Home"-most cordially June was notified recently that 3fj,- father of the child was called to the "Lost" ad. Contradictory isn't: it? Christ Buildin
;I extends its hospitality to all who Ono marks deposited by her 'late hus- colors five months ago and is now at j
Bargain !i come within its doors. The services band in a bank at Ulm would be at the front with his two eldest sons.
Ii I of the day \\ibe\\ of unusual interest her disposal:; after the conclusion of
and the general public is heartily "LUCERNE
the necessary" legal formalities.The .\ GOOD INVESTMENTIs PHARMACY"Successor
invited to worship with us. soldier had always 'been considered -
school at tl.1> ;i m. Mr. that will yield guaranteed
Sunday a. ; a very poor man. At the age one n
8. A. Newell, superintendent. of sixteen years he emigrated to the income for ten "t'trlO. We handle income to DeLaney Drug Co
investments! yielding 8 cent
Worship in the auditorium at 11 United Statec. Fifteen later per
year net regularly Real I tate I5ond'
A. m. and 7:30:: p. tn. Mr. Gordon Singleton he returned, but. h apparently was usjHtor Mortgages and Income I Investment! ,
the famous "secret!! service" Your .should. jiM\ M per cent
when he left lie found work have
as! of
a new supply Sponges in
If of the latticat'hllalhea In Florida. A. II. Took & { ",. Orhndo. -
secretary n* it carpenter and shortly nfterwnrd I 1n.l ir. I low |
Union, will speak at both hours.' lie nmrrled, n poor factory girl, When all grades and prices. Just what
Mill nl.n talk to the llnracita and 1'hl he was. culled to the rotor. tact winter -
hit htm' if* 11M''''" Hall Itt IH45: :; It. ttt he left his wife with Usn (idle
Ir. ,Hint'lrtoii" Last 1 >'eltr gawp up nn rhlMren tttnto.t peiutile. Ills. family H BERRY you want for automobile or

Important| I'u"Uinu with the demrt| has since hrn fllll'lttllttll| by it trllrf
flWht of ci.wmtm'e\ \"' IDV.. liiniiiin& In l'lImmltlett house use.TELEPHONE .

order to give himnelf fitliifly I to the JIlt rill II his mijuurii' / In America the -
"evwurelUtU' .l'lt>" 0' the trr..nt llw- mim hud, fcitvfl wltmjt ..',111111( ), Till NO. 2

Sold r".I'hll"th"01", IIU massager amount, 011.101"1'.1> | t\\\\\v\ \\ H fortune in A complete unit of Fortl Aceea- I
Mill ilnuliUtiiiii I lit heard by large und ieinutny! he dfpmited In the bank I
uppieclutivM audiences lit both the after hU return, without telling iinyIxidy sorted; a gtnfT' of expert mechnn

murnlntf und evening) service, of hU wealth lie never drew ICII! to render antUfnctlon in nil J. D. WOODBECK Manager
.UI.n.1n 1'uar'lIm tiny IlIttll'.t111,1 &1Vt'lllVi',1 up nln,ut
Thu Harnni and "I'hiluthfu organ a thouMiind masks more from his lines of Automobile Repair
Untion have arranged n upltndidprotrruin
lInt fuming
for thu-u o'clock in thu iifteinoun Work. Vulcanizing, Oils anti

und till organized Sunday Gasoline and fair and SKATING RINK
I'IfhN'rl' Fl I Til .1NNIV'1.11.IIt1'I :; square;
school classes, in tho city lire evpcciully I
01'.. NATIONAL ,SOCIIJTVlliinditomely ':
Quick Invited to l I." pirovnt. Thin will l bean .r prices. -' = J
hour "full uf gaud things." Invite
engraved' I"vltnlltnllw"r. LADIES' SESSION: AT SKATING KINK TUBS-
your friend! to ro"' '''. Everybody; wel. issued. to regents of the D. A. U. DAY AND) FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
""IfI"0 to attend the twenty.fifth anniversary -NO MEN ALLOWED IN IIUILDING EXCEPT
of the National Society, D. A. It.,
which wan held Monday afternoon ata
Sabbath school ut U:45 a. m.V.; K.
O'Neal, superintendent.Rev. o'clock at Memorial Continental Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m to 10.30 p.m.
Hall, Washington, I). C.
-- have been in business at the
T. II. McConnell, n. P. will
With the invitations went the request Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson
be present and preach at both ser from Mrs. Story, president gen- same location, Corner of South
vices. Topic for the morning sermon,
eral, that the occasion be made one -- --
Main and Church Streets.
"Casting Shadows For the evening
of special effort on the part of the
service the subject of the sermon will 10 GENTS
Daughters all over the country to life Phone 226
be "Christ's of Peace." Miss
Corner I the debt on the Continental Hall, and
Elizabeth Branham will sing at the - -- ---- ---
prop- --
,each Daughter was asked for a contribution -
morning service and Miss Millie
i of twenty-five cents. This Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
Smith will be at the organ both morning -
380 feet was not an assessment, but a free will R
erty and evening. i
I offering in forming this "silver
Every member of the church and ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
j chain" for the beloved society, each
418 street congregation should make a special 'member expressed her appreciation ofi
by on effort to be present and greet Dr. McConnell i and her gratitude to those who have
at the beginning of his work i
made possible this shrine of patriotic MisdirectedEconomy SHEET METAL CO.
that has brick among us. devotion-the Memorial Continental
Hall a building of wonderful value

piled on side ST.. Henry LUKE'S,R. CATHEDRALRev. Remsen, dean. sion architecturally in every ,way and of a patriotic noble expres-devo- Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
October 17th. Twentieth Sunday "
after Trinity. tion to our country by the women of Trying to save a few cents by and Rubber Roofings
the United States, who compose the having work handled by in-
Celebration of the Holy your
a. m.
and will be
Communion. ranks of the National Society of the ferior hands. Cornices Skylights..Heating. Ventilating. Mvta1Ce111Dgs;
.D. A. R.WEALTHY. Your personal influences is .
9:45 a. m. Sunday school and cat-
I greatly enhanced when are
echism. you Works 14 E. Church St. -
paved within 11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser- MERCHANT SPY SHOTS clad in immaculate linen. : ORLANDO

I mon; Right Rev. Cameron Mann, I).

2 weeks. Will I I)., preacher. I erlin.AlfredIayer-: a wealthy OrlandoSteam
7:::30 p. m. Evening prayer and
merchant and contractor I
sermon. sen, Alsace, has been condemned tc I
cut into 16 lots. October 18th. St. Luke's Day. LaundryFRENCH
death and shot at Strassburg" for high:
Celebration of the Holy
10 a. m.
treason. The executed man was one DRY CLEANERS Yours
r'nt'1tnio'1. of the \leaders" of the pro-French element LAUNDERERS
of thateast
--0-- of Upper Alsace. At his trial PHONE 88
('IIHISTI.scn: cg
he confessed" that after the outbreakof r' Respectfully"Is
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
the war he organized/ a system of
side ten Services at 11 R, m.; subject "Doc
etittnage.hilh: enabled him to fui- Best and Promptest t
trine of Atonement. 11l1'h much Valuable information itltoutjthe your stationery of the kind to
Wednesday evening! service at tt43. and stlehKth of the Auto
minutes Livery
third! floor corner Mouth OtlthJtc eorMrriltiul respect| When your
:'tlerhiaH troops'! to the Flench' army i
Chtlrth street, hhtranee '
avenue And !leaders, He Mert'lirtlly: freW( l to Service write the nbove words nt the
Churt'll stRet.Itkatitt
Post Office. tttt name his'! i'tthfeilernte, eett whett lie 11
I was told that lie "KM attain' H par, ly done of your letter J Our
:!" r Illlih, t'iplt'| (ItiiiHilfiff"! Pupa tl'tit ami Drive liia life 11)it full eutiCes51,111 5-PASSENGER I
Mill ', IlIuhJlUlI1 Linen i fa
Ino! aid nlilrty hHMhllttf, Mtt a ) correct stationery

i-lu-laalty _ for correct people! but

The Eola Packing Company BUICK CAR ,_ sold itt moderate prlP,1t! really

trf mn 1TmTi:\ )' looks like 50c, but costs only

We call; anywhere at any time n
SpecialtiesCustom I II I JUIl1Y.l 5c.'a have a variety of .

ll1nIm OO shapes and sizes
Your I Gordiin's Transfer Co ,
Packers, Modern Equipment, Shippers and Buyers; Cash ,

f.o.b. spelling; Growers' Agents; Personal Attention. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 \v. S. BRANCH

Money Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange HAULING OF ALL KINDS THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

for and their .
harvesting packing crops. -- -- - - --

won't Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods. . i If .>> . -.- . . II II.I S 1I1111111111111111111111111111111111111.

PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave and A, C. L. Tracks.W. 1

H. RULE :Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr.! C. .\. COCHKAN.
Packing House Manager. Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

in Patronage Respectfully Solicited ,

We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

your Coquinna RockJust best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

sock it will pay 'ou'e will also cut your pipe to

measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

work you can save money by having us

received a car load of Coquinna 1 ' cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

.. . I so as you can install it yourself.

Rock from Daytona, Fla. Anyone C"r We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -
and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
this material for
wishing trimming i i t
may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

?I;porches, mantles or any other ornamental you desire.: Do not forget to look at the "Ameri

can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

_ C Carl D Dann. : work will do well to call at my closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

for five years.
: stone yard 103 W. Livingstone Avenuenear

Fair Ground. F. Joseph Raehn Co.


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SERVICE SIDELIGHTS3y W. S. Branch. Innsbruck.-Franz X. Schwartlinger J "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

the an old farmer in the Puster valley -
medical men
has received the news that his
I of 23 and 32 will be given an op-
ages There is a story that a certain Orlando three sons Jacob, Anton and Joseph, j a? i'" rS!r'x
portunity on November 1, 1915 according Budded
man who has a reputation for I were killed almost at the same time i "_-' :- Unless
to a circular just issued to demonstrate by being slow pay recently selected material in an attack by the Italians near Tol- '! .. 1.
General Rupert Blue .
for a new suit of clothes at one
t1i'tr'fitness for admission to After mino. i : .I.. i1 from Bearing
in the of the Orange avenue r .. ..,
the grade of assistant surgeon
U. S. public health service. There the measure gentleman was remarked taken the: "I slow tell paying you Sentinel want ads get results j, :

are several vacancies in the govern frankly that I shall not be able to 1 1I I : '' of known
whichis trees a
ment's mobile sanitary corps "
pay for this suit until next year.
now in the 118th year of its exist- "All right," replied the merchant. : i
ence, but in order to be recommendedto the I
"When will it be ready? inquired FOR
the president for a commission, a customer. "Next year," answered the SALEI \ Quantity and

physical and professional examinationmust man of experience and the deal was I I
As the tenureof
first be passed. I

office is permanent anJ tLc: public over. -- 6 acres quarter mile from city, halfin \ of Pro-
health officers are 1:able to duty in and I Quality
Geraldine Far'ar, the famous prima bearing budded orange
of the world they ..re required -
parts to certify that they lelieve dorna has appeared in the movies. grapefruit, $1,500. | ____
ailment She took the part of "Carmen" in 10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young -
themselves free from any duction.O.W.Conner.
which would disqualify them for service the opera of that name and the first bearing grove; small house. $2,000. 2 .
in climate. Boards will be view ef the film was in SymphonyHall 10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good
convened any Washington, Boston, New Boston. No information has citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking :
: been given out as to how much Ger- land. $000.00. .
York, Chicago St. Louis LouisMlic
New Orleans and San FrrniUco but aldiLe received:: from the Lasky company 60 acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small I, -

permission to take the examinationmust I the film makers for her ser- grove; 4-room house; good barn Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
--'"cs;:; r.t their studio, but it was in the A at $1,200 I
first be obtained from ihs su-- and outbuildnigs. snap grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
general. The examination H |Bosotn papp-s that at the close! t>f the 40 acres 15 acres fenced small 1I
geon of the film he Lasky outbuildings.1
first production and
searching and includes in addition to house garage
the various branches of medicine surgery company presened her with a coat I The land corners on large spring \1
made of silver fox rnd ermine va'ued'! 1500. actual demonstration THE OCKLA AHA
and hygiene the subjects of the I lake. Very cheap Two years ago in their advertising and by
preliminary education history literature at $10,000. Watch the movie billboard 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out \ NURSERIES began to educate the public as; to what really constituted a real, first-class

and the natural sciences. Commissions both Geraldine and you and nay her be new able coat to see for 1000. I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

will be issued as assistant of ser- ten cents. City and Country\ by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
surgeon and afteru years TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
-- trees that properly propagated
%Vice the young officers are entitled to At War were
examination for promotion to the This is the season of the year whena Property five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-

. grade of passed assistant surgeon lot of people in various sections of Time PricesCALL tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you: would sell your

$2,400; surgeon $3,000; senior surgeon the country to get warm seem to is think to build the up only a trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

$3,500; assistant surgeon gen- way roaring fire and burn up the house. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
eral 1000. When the governmentdoes
not provide quarters commutation Examine your chimney carefully and time and money to bring it into bearing.
and don5t start making caloric on too mislead claims intended for that purpose alone,but buy your trees where
at the rate of $30 $40, $50a E. C. YoungRoom Then do not be by
month, according to grade, is al- large a scale. A house on your lot you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES the originatorsof
is worth two in another man's lum- 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
the thing
lowed. All grades receive4longevitypay Phone 569. proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing one
that is, $10 per cent in additionto ber yard. of it.
Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty
the regular salary for every five -- -- --
be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel's
until the maximum of 40 per Our trees will cost you more, may
years travelon has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
cent. is reached. When officers CO. work in California
FORAGE GROCERY then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
official duties they are reimbursed say, over the ordinary method of propagaUon. What

their actual traveling expenses. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

I Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St.

A TOTAL LOSS Saturday and All Next Week Ocklawaha Nurseries

Berlin.-In the "Berlinger Zeitungam BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, 17 POUNDS FOR . . . . .. .. . .$1.00
Mittag," a Swiss journalist who PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 24 LB. SACK . . . .. . . . .. .. .. .. .90e
lately travelled through France states BEST PASTRY FLOUR, SELF RISING OR PLAIN, 21 LB. S.tCK..85c: O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
that the war so far has been felt but VERY BEST GREENING APPLES PER PECK .. .. .... .. ...... . .43:
little in the central, southern and SWEET POTATOES YELLOW YAMS PER PECK. . .. . .. . .. .. .3Oc i
... . .. ... Orlando Florida i iIMMtM
southwestern districts. In a numberof IRISH POTATOES MAINE COBBLERS, PER PECK . 33c: G. G. WRIGHT Agent
districts the farmers have not been FRESH COUNTRY'EGGS, PER DOZEN . . . .. . .... .. .. . .. ...33: ,

abel to bring in their entire harvest
although the whole tamale populationof FRESH MEATS I NATIONAL BISCUIT GOODS MMIiMMflMlf.. ...

the rural districts was mobilizedfor Florida Stew Pork, per pound. .. 13c: All 3c. package Crackers, 6 for 23t: ''MMMMMMttMMfMMtMtMM

this work. Florida Pork Loin or Ham, pound ISc All lOco package Crackers, 3 for 23c;
"More than the farmers, the winegrowers Western Pork Loin pound .. .. 23c
Lucerne Circle Cigars, each ... .. .4c =
have suffered because their Country Sausage per pound ....20c
harvest is almost a total loss" the Franksforts Sausage pound ... .18c All 5: cent Cigarettes, 6 for .... 23c;

correspondent writes. "Nothing has Sliced Bacon pound box .. ... .. .33c Sardines, 7 cans for .... ... .. .23c;

made a sadder impression upon me Cured Hams, per pound ISc.and 20c Wheat Bran, large package .. .13c It Spurs Men
than the appearance of the vineyards We carry a full line of nice: fresh Whole Wheat or Grain Flour pk. 22c ,

betweei Angoul and Bordeaux. From meats and sell them at a right price Snowdrift, large pail ... ... ... .$1.00Snowdrift
lack of care and unfavorable weather Codfish In bricks, each . ... .. ..15c . .
5 pound pail.. .. 30c: Energetic
the vineyards are in a deplorable con- Corn Flakes, 4 packages for ....23c ? to
dition. :Many of the wine growersare Rolled Oats, 3 packages for .....25c White Bermuda Onion Sets, qt. 15c
ruined. Even worse are the con- Arbuckle Coffee pound pkg .....17c Van Camps Pet, Globe and
ditions in the wine district of the White House Coffee pound can ..33c other baby size Cream, 4 cans 15c Efforts

Champagne. There the vineyardswere Maxwell House Coffee pound...32c All Tall Cream each ... . .. . 8c
either destroyed by shot and Pure Ga. Creamery Butter Ib ..30c Rice, per pound .. .. .. ........ ...c
shell, or fell into the hands of the Blue Valley and Maple- Leaf
Best Head Rice. 4 pounds for 23c;
Germans. France practically has no Creamery Butter, pound .. ..33c: "I use the LongDistance -
> wine harvest at all this year and the Lemons per dozen ........... .. 13c California Peaches, Table No. 2 .lOc E
government will be compelled to import Sour Krout 3 pound can . . . .. .9c Fancy Dried Peaches, pound .. .lOc Telephone con-
more than three million hecto- Tomatoes, No. 2's, 2 cans for .. 15c Fancy Prunes, strictly fresh, 2 Ibs. 25cSweet : It speeds

liters of wine for the army from Corn, 3 cans for . . . ..23c: SPECIALS ON FEED stantly. up
Spain Portugal the United States Early June I'eas, 3 cans for ....23c: business and
and South America.A String Beans, per can ..........lOc Corn, ..... ... ..... .... .. .... .$1.90 4 my spurs
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, each 4c Best Oats .. ... .. .. ..... .. ..$1.90 the other men to action
Feed . . .. ... ... ....$2.10
REAL NECESSITY Lenox Soap, 3 cakes . . . . .lOc Chicken
1& individual with anything to sell Toilet Soap 3 cakes .. . .. . . lOc Wheat .. .. . .. . ....... .. .$2.33; because they are
.. .. .. . ... . . .. .. . .$1.80 o
or trade can successfully! find a buyeror Toilet I'apt'r,8 oz. roll . . . . . .4e Shorts a face face
trader without the aid of the Sen- Octagon Cleanser, per can . . . .*,>cOld Molasses Feed .. .. . . . . . .$1.73; brought to
tinel want ads. Remember that its Dutch Cleanser per can. . . 8c IVt per cent C. S. Meal, . . . .$1.80 with me.
circulation represents five-sixths of Poultry Stock Powders, 23c. size 20c 5 per cent .. .. .. . . . . .$1J:>;3

the Orlando community.--- Kerosene Oil, gaL 13c., 5 gallons 60c 100 Ibs. Salt for . . . . . . . 63c "The cost is noth-
- .
---- -

$ 2 9 .15 Beds! -- - Beds-- -- -!!--- Beds! !! ing effective as compared results. to One the

In Bright New Patterns telephone message accomplishes more than five letters

for and both customers and salesmen feel as

I! though they have paid a personal visit to the office.

AND RETURNVIA I of calling delinquent -
I \Ve have adopted the practice

1 customers on the 'Long Distance Telephone.It's I

Atlantic Coast Line I more effective than a letter or visit from a sales

man. We have improved our collections wonderfully -

Standard Railroad of the South by a judicious use of the Long Distance Bell .

Now Is The Timeto Telephone. "
Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th

Extended to Nov.of $1.00Steel 15th on payment select' that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.

Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat

Pullman Electric Lights i surprising low prices. A call will convince you. Ntvaorte ,


For Information Call on OSCAR HAND & SON \i;' AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. r

"\\'. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Complete Home Furnishers

Orlando I


ONLY BASIS FOIl INTER. TEM was comparatively GREATEST SERIES IN HISTORY, one of the hardest fought in baseball the best team won," said Carrigan

NATIONAL PEACE I slight as compared to the MANAGERS SAY history and both were agreed that the :"The Phillies put up a stiff battle. 0

Springfield, Mass.-Albert J. Nock, points along the East Coast. best team won. 'course, we were favored by some luc

San Francisco, Cal.-Every countryin I of the American Magazine, was the For several hours yesterday wire Philadelphia, Pa.-Both managers, "When you are beaten four in a but we outplayed the Phillies."

the world must be made democratic ; principal speaker at today's session of communication was badly crippled be- Carrigan of the Red Sox, and Pat row there isn't any to I
tween Miami and excuse offer
if permanent international peaceis the fifty-fifth annual convention of Jacksonville although Moran, leader of the Phillies, have de. :said Moran. "We ,
to be secured, G. E. Uyehara, pro the United States Brewers' Associa. at a late hour last night Chief clared that the 1915 world i played our best." Read the Morning Sennnet for th

fessor of political science in Moiji tion.Ir.. Nock, who has just returned Operator I. A. Merrick, at the West series was "It was a hard fought series and news. lOc. a week delivered.

university, Tokio, told the Interna- from England where he has ern Union Telegraph company's local - ---
-- -
tional Peace Congress here. He said: been looking into the liquor situation, offices, reported that the wires were -- ---- - -

"It seems to me there is but one spoke on the policy of the Bristol working well and the rains north of .
Miami had ceased.Jacksonville .
way to secure international'peace. Board of Control with suggestions as
Democracy is the real and the only to saloon reform in America. reported a rainfall of
basis which over an inch, while cities and towns THE PERFECT
on permanent interna The speaker said that a revaluationof CLOSET
tional the lying a few miles south of that city,
peace, political, social and alcohol would be one of the cer-
economic institutions of every country tain results of the war. The warring reported similar precipitation for yesterday -
must be made thoroughly democratic. countries present broad fields of experiment and last night. --- -- -

"The first of all the democratization with the physiological and -'.... :-- American Water
of political institutions is the social effects of alcohol, and after the I > e. I ::.; x.f in this town four Closets have been installed by us
A. B. Cook & Co. years ago, at that time we guaranteed
most important prerequisite for international war the data will undoubtedly be D them for five
years against
peace. It is the political organization I more scientifically arranged and treat- )1 > 'r anism getting any defects or mech
out of
that either directly or indirectly ed more judiciously than ever before. Christ Building, Orlando. $'-e t11"! "i '. {., guaranteed them for 25 order. We could as well have
years as there has
affects and t oa great extent, Probably there will be an international 1. B a call for any repairs since their installation never been
and there
conrols the social and economic activ- scientific commission
congress or never will be
Building :Materials:\ and Income < -. any. The Closet is simply perfect. The
ities of the people in any country. appointed for this purpose. j tank contains nothing but air
"Autocracy, aristocracy, oligarchy, Under the "defense of the realm"act Investments ; J air cushion, thus making the Closet answers as an
plutocracy and bureaucracy are the England has put the control of: the same time noiseless, and at

root of all strifes, warfares ,and aggressions -I the liquor traffic for all the trans- LOANSDressmaking ., which is very annoying Preventing all any through water the hammer in pipes

and the enemy to international port, munitions and encampmentareas water is being measured house. Where
j '$ through a meter it will
peace. Militarism rests on entirely in the hands of a cen- the price of itself in a short time as it is save
i impossible for
them. tral board, with absolute authority as it to leak or
run water
only when
"In every country, social ca%, spe- long as the war lasts and for one ParlorMiss closets have been you operate it. Water
a great of
cial privilege, etc., must be put away; year after. This board has power to 'i. Plumbing trade annoyance to the
even more than
so to the
political equality and equal opportu- define its own areas, and can do any- I feel satisfied that public, and
nity given to everybody; and freedomof thnig it pleases in the way of regulating agree with me on that a great many of my friends will
point but
travelling, freedom of residence, the liquor traffic within the Margaret R. Hamiltonfor solved the problem. the American has
international free trade, and cooperative limits set by itself. 7 rooms and get our prices and see it at our show
and guarantee.
system of industry established I present located at 407 S. Orange
throughout the world before interna- HEAVY RAINFALL REPORTED
tional peace can be permanently se- ALONG LINE F. E. C.

"Without the democratization of Miami, Fla.-Heavy rains fell yesterday -
political, social and economic institutions 1 and last night at practically The public and all former CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS. .
in all the countries, which is the
and town
4 every city between Miami patrons invited to calL
basis of equality among all men, and j and Jacksonville, according to passengers 'I'III .
of universal brotherhood, international 11111111111..
I! arriving on the late night trains --
peace is impossible to be estab The showers finally wended their way ..

lished. j south as far as Miami, although the
"One who aims at the establish- .

ment of international peace must con- !! t

sistently work for the democratization -i I Specials for Saturday -

of all political, social and economic I j

institutions within his own and Monday

country, by which he endeavors to

create sentiments favoring interna-

tional peace among all the nationsof Fifty h.p.
the world." 16 pounds Granulated Sugar for $1.00

16 pounds Fancy Head Rice for__$1.00
16 pounds Brown Sugar for $1.00
GENERAL HUNTER 24 lb. Best Patent Flour for __$1.00
6 packages any kind W. Powder .

and Pearline for ._ __.25c
London.-General Sir Archibald ---- -?--

Hunter, second in command of the 6 Boxes Sardines for -___________25c $1050

British at 6 packages matches for --_______25c
troops Gallipoli, was a favorite -
of the German emperor before Kinghan's S. Bacon and Hams

I per pound ______18c
the war, having once saved his majesty ----------- -
when a horse attached to a carriage 3 cans Assorted Soups for ______23c
California Peaches, Pears, Apri-
in which he was driving in
Scotland became unmanageable. The cots and Plums per can ______20c

emperor paid the Scotch soldier par- Fancy D. Peaches and Prunes,

per pound _________lOc
ticular attention and gave him a ----------- .
standing Invitation to visit Merlin, Sweet and Irish Potatoes per peck 35c

The kaiser must have 11t'8ttl"ith I Imported Lemons, per dozen __-__IfcHonest

chagrin that the recent successes!'! in t Wl'I ht* 'n"d Measures\ '

the Atiflfnrtn region were flue largelyto .
Hunter'- direction, --

Hunter til-Hi turnip! hU" tin me In -pike 1uilir at'+ x1 -

Eg, !>' |'t, lit Wul"etI"s! Nile |xwli Cash Grocery Co. ees44 -

lion Hunter 'tt|'tuiptl cane itt lite rust I'I't 'Telephone (n US 11 13. Church: 81
t"1\\l1\'lIt- lu r\\iit\ rhlihI\ II lit!* uwnniii ,

h"\lI' and earl I It' I ) alt in tt ttin

|IltllIn' the very teeth fl'>f the tnl>eci 1 --I_______ r

IDs urt A\ work wfl Oie perfet'Iing

of the, Egyptian: army, If the: tlO\Hlim
.> was reconquered primarily Ai a resultof WORKS -

!Kitchener1 masterful' methods and .f

genius for organization, Hunter was
the fighting leader who the -107 LONG STREET MOTOR '
played -cast an bloe-hirb-epead. > ''''
most prominent part in the battles by long stroke type. S-inch .trokel i
bore increased to 3 H inch...
which the power of the Khalifa was Opt 30 h. p.CARBURETOR.
broken. He earned the title of "the -S tudebaker- the MOST POWERFUL I,
Sirdar's General," and at the age of All classes of Concrete work Sch.bler carburetor. Adjustablefrom

forty found himself a major general. done. Concrete Building Blocks dash.
RED CROSS NURSE TERRIBLY Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Benches NITION-Generator 6-volt WUlard Storage and Bat.tery-battery./ its a

WOUNDED I White Way Posts, Rose Remy Coil and Remy Distributor. weight .'

and Vine Trelices Fence and OOUNC-Forc. pump improved, .
Berlin. Miss\ : larger radiator ;
Hedvvig lleinlein, a 6-blade. 18-inch t
nurse of the German Red Cross, has Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian ball-bearing tan. ever builtYou
suffered a terrible fate at the eastern Vases of every description, OILING-Circulating driv.n splash system 1
front. She was employed in a field and Bird Fountains. Bring :your guage on dash.TRANSMISSION. pump-pressure ,

hospital near Vilna. The hospital j plans' and get estimate for concrete --.s..| >ctive-by want Power-and this is the car that gives Power-this
came under the fire of the Russian slidnt gears-h.s i sj. t-ds forward you
work. Call and 1916 Studebaker Six.
I see our and
artillery and the nurse, who is twen-

ty-two years old, was struck by a I granite and other natural rock REAR AXLE-atudebaicer; It is the most powerful car for its .'
faced floating axle. Two Timken bear-: weight ever built, and we have yet
building blocks.
shell which tore off both her legs and Plans
I sags Shaft removable. to find a task, hill, land or mud, that it doesn't plow 1 thro' with the
mutilated one of her arms. Her life and estimates made. All work BRAKES-Large.
easy-acting same ease that it rolls along a city street.
was saved. I guaranteed.Hammond tight-gripping inch brake
The new motor it m marvel of design k is larger The crankshaft and the crankshaft bearings have ,
SPRINGS-Semi-elliptic. 39-tnch than last year's motor -increased to 3# Inches been made much larger and every last trace of
7-leat springs in front; three-quarter in bore But many improvementa have been vibration has been done away with
elliptic. 51-inch springs., 9-leaf in made following our study of the &.mo.. motor
rear. Underslung in rear. of Europe that make it even more powerful than From every angle, this new Fifty H.P. Sir ia a j
<& GoreFUNERAL BODIES passenger eapae tr. this increase in size Indicate wonder to drive. And wed just like to have you
Built complete by Studebaker. come in aDd look it over and then take that ride
Deeply upholstered with It develop 50 horse power-power i* abendin it, with your own hands on the wheel.
highest ance for that unexpected twist on the hill or that
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS leather.grade, hand-burled, straight gram quick getaway in the crowded streets or that But you must cone in at once. This"I,.*
long, steady mi1e-c miDC.peeci oa the road. Six of its power, site and quality ever priced at
FINISH-Deep, lasting, exclusive leu than $1400. There baa been as much Improvement NI/
Real Values shade of Blue. The carburetor Is set high on the left stde of th* in Its quality aa there has been in its
Low Prices TOP- ne-man top motor, and with the jntake enlarged and cut motor. And at its price,it is the sensation of theseason. I
down to a few inchee ia length, the motor Only on orders taken at once can we
COMPARE CURTAINSStudebakerstowaway.. throttle down to walking speed on high and guarantee' prompt deliveries. Get your order In
ELECTRICAL: : STARTING AND picks up like a flash. ..r4.
:.: D Studebaker ruJU
width Mom-proof built-in type.
VV. provide the quality of furniture that hat long been seceptad TIRLS-Goodrich 34 i 4 straight ...
by knowing furniture buyer as the standard of merit. If aide tires Safely tread on -tar.WHEELBASE .
on article li her. It U good. It wouldn't b. here were it othcrwUe. Incb.

W. can't: mal. this point too clear: -it i I. on. of the foundation ,..
stones of this business and that m.ana much to any buyer

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McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK New Cars iust arrived. Come sin and see them.

Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida THE SAN

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Irop in tlu-ix1 und hear for yourself just what he has to t'

I Directory Morning I* the irralnt Srntlnvl; WantWant about Citrus Crow; :* in general AND ONE: IN 1'AllTlCULAll.

Ad Mrdlum In Orlando O. \\'. CONNOU authority on citrus: culture nays, No tree U I a

1 I IS Term C *hln Advance.UATK8 nrot-dasM\ tree unless' : budded! from n IvarinK tree of known

quality and iuantity of production.

For One Day .............Z3t I have 800()() Young I Huddeil Renting (;Jrapo l"l'uit'1'rces' th" Uud

For Three hays ,...........50c was' selected. from IWtUI'l"'tll'ltud' ant! planted on 10 acres of tho

For For I Ht Ono I Day Month* -.7---nu-__,,*:2.30: \t very best of C'itriN land and are delivering the goody! in qualityand

ThU r"to applies on nil ads of quantity.
25 words or 10*.. If the ad contains -
more than & word the raw Tho trees came into bearing last year, averaging one-half box to

will be one cent per word for tho tree, a total of100 boxes
additional word for each insertion.
each ,
With good! care the trees put on a splendid growth and increased

If you can't bring your ad to their production this year, an estimate of 1500 boxes beinga
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts fraction less than li boxes to the tree. The fruit is sold on the

For Big and Little BathersFor I payable opened the following by telephone day.will be tree for December shipment at $1.50 per box, and this a short

e I year fruit crop. Next year with only a fair crop the trees are
Home sines
Every -Every *--
daddy's morning plunge or for the kiddies' little sponge there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man haa use for a capable and !should produce easily an average of 4 to 5 boxes

hot water right at hand. You know the great waste of time and effort in trying to heat water for a 'I Sentinel Want Ad. each. This grove is for sale. The price is 7500.

bath in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough: to use. The I Just grab your pencil. Figure this ratio for the next three years,

solution is simple. I FOR SALE then divide by two if you wish. It has paid itself out and then

FOR SALE-Seven car, some.
Heat the Water By Gas transportation with privilege of business.bus line and Address hotel Yes and there is a new six room Bungalow with electric lights,

Rossmore Inn, Windermere, Fla. nice garage and outbuildings.The .
Either a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater \.ill assui. you of having the required sup- 10-15-3tc property is located at Winter Park, overlooking beautiful

ply at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water no try- FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, Missionary Lake MaiUand, a most desirable home place. A place any man
ing to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses Klondyke and Excelsior would be proud to call home, and if you overlook this chance
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
plants. Inquire J. II. Gould, South I'm sorry for you.I .
''a rr a mo re street and Granve avenue, really do want to have a chat with you. Come in and see the
Box 324. 10-12-12t
or Vet. and bring your wife along. I've got all the respect in the

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO,, OWNER partially of improved very desirable farm 40 finds acre it world for a woman's judgment on such matters. -

I'll the address down here at the bottom so
necessary to go North. Will sell at just put you
GAS DEPARTMENT great sacrifice. Beautiful lake front. won't forget it. Tear it right off and stick it in your hat.
New furnished house. Address Owner,
care Sentinel. 10-lC-Gt
furnished and unfurnished. Also E. C. YOUNG
-- -- some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
have to offer 'before you buy or
Mil " " MltlllMlillllllliniM " " ' " ' rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pino Room 10lcXeill: & Das llldg. Phone 569.
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 17'' .
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WANTED When in need ot \elerlnary call
roil SALE Model 27 Buick; good on Dr. A, F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.DULBS .
condition. Write Box 607. WANTED-To list all kinds of property
0-23-tfc for sale! or rent 1 am having >\L1..I'1Jt\NTtNtl-W...
rtiahp applications for houses, furnished fire headquarters for oil kinds of
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ FOIL ALB-Luhch \vagon, fully and& unfurnished 1"ill! ,be bulbs and seed Call id kttJee
e+equipped. 410 Re\ere street, Concord dad to list tthat you hltM tA, them Orlando geed and Produce Co.,
.. 10- .12t. Itll. Leak, 45 Last: i'ihe ptreet. 211I1<> $ It. Ortttige, avenue, 1'hoiie liii),
Phone lilt, IO-Ijdwlm. 10'lU.tfc
OCOEE FLORIDA I KhKUANt; 110MK for rile l or reiitj
lifts! ? runt! and tenth' ;2 I sleeplntaorehea WAN'tIW-O'IIiI'; (} ruttt'tilnut\ h \M>fk CONHCIKNTIOUH) CAHB given a
+ I,{ tln t it lftitti U; modern Itt Winter 1'tuk Matt t l tie< ftl-le dt hunted mimder uf persona, l'laas.
hl'"YlflIU\U ml\lr 1' 1 fm house, rat"+.ttr ulMMuiliilt! Hint imt H user "fH.ht'llva ant ft"''in*. ilII W hump, All motlern
all modern Mrs Wherry, lute tlt..t: \ Apply Hi -II"! S, NVpet HI,, conveniences. Also furnished. flllmil
1'eirtral' avenue.Hill PJtHnjij': ilHii.lu.'\ tlian \11'7 p.J m- loUMfeWANTKU for toLJ"eIeeptnl5 I t ltlrn! tirrtrut1a(i
I $ *>e:, H High l street, una|
) 8AI.K=A MUNUV( ': MAKKK; ; Thoroughly competent of takenur. 108.lmogIIt.tUTIi'1'
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit ..'LHni: ht'tt 11 room house, on trick boukheel ptir with b4U f4cory rlftrem'el --
\ must: |1'4:1>: site\ \ to Ube tyjte- : OUlt HOMKH
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest] : street ing, ,Splendid arranged' location for light] houteVeep Urge lot*, writer and take full charge of office The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Terms, Owner, Iii W. Concord Ave, at Winter Park. None but thoroughly will "bring in a car of line palms the
competent need apply. Call at 40S coming week, Any one
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prices ".. .. .e. ee.. J-183mo'FOR S, Weat street Orlando 6:30 to J services and experience will pease
.. QUICK 5.\I..E-20 acre tract p, m. 10-16-tfc I I drop him a card at once, and he will
call to see and make hard
you you
one quarter mile from city limits; I I
WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel time prices. For reference see the
fine for citrus subdivision
very or pur office. 10-13-tf palms at 411 North Orange avenue
poses. $100 per acre. See. Carl Dana. set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney

-- --- 6-9-tf WE ARE IN POSITION to sell ex- Orlando._1-10-10-tfc
FOR RENTFOR change or rent your city and county
property. Call and see us. Ceo. T. HOUSE CLEANING glass and wood
Hull Co., Rock building Room 3. work; floors neatly scrubbed waxed
List and lowest RENT-Furnished rooms forlight and polished. Call on or address
: Send today for Catalog Description 10-5-1moc
; )j housekeeping; all modern conveniences Leonard Williams 411 West Church

to the above address 10-13-6t*. 312 E. jtouth street. PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefietd street Orlando. 10-14-6t
, cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200; SLAUGHTER SALE
FOR nE Furnished flat or three $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post-
rooms, bath, electric lights etc. 210 paid. Tomato and eggplants, same Buy your wall paper cheap for the
Palmetto btreet, near Presbyterian price. Large "Favorite" dry land next few days. Making room for our
church. 10-12-Ct banana plants, 5: for ROc. f'red1. new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
iliiiMMiiniiMMIIMMMMIHIIIIMMIMIIIIIIfMilHIMMniiMiMIIMIIMIFOR Preston, Pine Castle Fla. Store, Court street Phone 67.
IQ-S-d&w-tf 9-5-tfc.
FOR RENT Two or four furnished I
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB rooms for light housekeeping. No. BUYERS AND: SELLERSI
10 North Garland street. Call in the
10-15-Gt buy sell, rent and exchange real
afternoon. estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., CLINT BASSPHONE
Located in the Arcade Huildint; over 30 years. Have handled over
FOR TII-XT-Dy: the !'season month,
SALEWill $20,000,000. Call nnd sec; me. 375
All work guaranteed and neatly or :year, one upstairs fiat for light 10-C-3m F. A. LEWTER.
done. Our work is the best housekeeping; also other rooms, and West Jefferson Street
and our prices are the lowest. garage electric lights and bath in NURSERY TREi'S-Yn'encias. Par- i
300 East Conc rd I Successor to
This is the place to have your !, 9-10-tfc houle.ppl) son Browns, and tangerines; rough

offer for sale for a few days 'tl 1 clothes made new. lemon Hassenger, sour Hammock and grapefruit Nursery stock for from sale ; Hand Wood CompanyWood

Suit subbed and pressed75c.Suit FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; three cheap by Henry W. Smith Wauchula, i iPia. I'
blocks from Central and Orange ., Route 2. 9-23-1moc i'
the property corner Orange Avenue, dry .:cleaned pressed___GOc. avenues. Reasonable. P. 0. Box 45t: ;, I of All Kinds

Suit pressed ________._40c. city. 10-lG-Ct Fresh rich sweet milk delivered bY"
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as :. All Palm Beaches scrubbed S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring PROMPT SERVICE

; and pressed ____________50c LAWN :MOWERS sharpened and Lake Dairy. I'hone orders to J. B. I RIASONADII PRICE*
the skating rink property, for $26,000. I Mohair suits pressed _25c. Repair repaired Shop.at Court Orlando St. Bicycle 10-8-lmoc and 1-9-30-1moc Magruder, number 583-R

$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year We do ladies' work also. Give'. V. Baylarian has a blotter for YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed
us a trial and be convinced. everybody that calls at his store. an outside service department McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
and interest at six per cent. Clothes called for and delivered. l-10-12-6tc and is prepared to give you
We have
prompt attention. a compe-
I Umbrella covered and repaired tent man who will fit keys repair FORCaruthers
Phone 613. your trunk, or do anything in the repair -
"while you wait. ax young's Repair line. He is ready to go at your

Ride 11 am rick's jitney bus 5c Shop, 21 E. Pine St. call now. Just phone 301.912lmoc FlowersLeave

C. A. HOVEY 18-18-tf I orders here
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers your
I Fish and oysters INGLENOOK CAKE AND
H. M. Self & <:0. 1.10.6-tic repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
; anything in the repair line is
I NOTICE our line. Just phone 304, Young's .viQlet Dell Florist.
| Notice is hereby given that :Mac: Delicious' Candies, Cakes Sandwiches, Repair Shop and our man will call e
Tallman has severed all connection eta at once. 9-12-lmoc
I with the Grand and Lucerne theatres. Orders taken for parties.
(Signed) GRAND AMUSEMENT Call at V. Baylarian's and see the J. M. CARUTHERS
Try Sentinel Want Ad I COMPANY Located in rear of Branch's Book new clothes pressing machine.110126tc .
Ph M S09. ... 401 Sob Lake. c.I ,
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I LOCAL AND PERSONALMiss I MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI 11111111..1-11111111.1111111111111111..

Ruby Platt has returned to
Orlando from a delightful visit toXew
Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof
Travel in Punama Paint will stop leaks. Now is the
time to use it. 11015tfcMr.

and everywhere on American territcmy:: i3 simpf6 by "A.B.A." W. L. Story and daughter of .
Cbequea. They are much safer to cany than cash; and they are Winter Garden, were among the
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would visitors
prominent to Orlando yester- The Alliesof
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare
lf-idntifying. We recommend them to all who travel for day from west Orange.
business or pleasure. How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf
The State Bank of Orlando
Mr. W. L. Speer went up to Sanford
this institution are
yesterday in response to a message
announcing the serious illness of his
father, Mr. A. L. Speer. .

Delivered every day-Elder Spring Courtesy to everyone;
C9j Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &
Company, Rock building. 1-10-16-tfc
Liberality to worthy customers;
Mayor A. E. Boyce, of Taft was

J among the representative citizens visiting Loyalty to Community Wei If are;
county metropolis yester

day. Efficiency in every department;
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour. 12 miles .for 30c:. 8-28-tfc Stability assured by Govern-
Mrs. A. L. Holden left yesterday

afternoon for DeLand to spend sev- ment Supervision.
Saar 1 cr ,a ; ,i eral days with her sister Mrs. R. P.

Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf and these are increasing with irresistable

Popular Jack Sullivan manager of
the Yellow Pine Lumber company, force the business of

Elil Kissimmee was in Orlando yesterday
i looking after business matters. .
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. ,
1 JiJ-18-tf
Mr. H. C. Seagroatt travelling rep-
resentative of the United Paper cmo-
The National Bank
pany Atlanta Ga., is visiting this Peoples
section in the interest of his firm. .

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. e
18-21-tf Enlist with us! ,

Mrs. C. P. Dickinson who has been
visiting relatives and friends in Jack-
sonville and Crescent City returnedto

I HUPMOBILE I ternoon.her home in this city yesterday af

Mr. Ed. L. Green one of Boston's
well known orange buyers and shippers -
"Where there'slife has arrived from the North and
is visiting this section sizing up the 1111111111111111111111111111111111.11111.11111111111.1'111 1'11"I""III'III w
there's Hupp"J. citrus stiuation.

Deposit your Savings:: Checks and ilUMIIIIIIIIIMIi hN+b! \ " " iMIIiMUMIIMIIiH
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf
Mr. Frank Smith and party of .
P. HOLBROOK, Dealer'L' Orlando were visitors in the city last
Saturday. Mr. Smith is a Stetson
law graduate now practicing at Orlando .'

.-Volusia County Record.Go .

Bananas.to Francisco's for Bear l-10-13-6t Head FOR SALE!

Mr. J. C. Lettice, commercial agentof
the Winston-Salem Southbound

1l III railway with headquarters in Jacksonville Small five-passenger Touring Car. Per-
was among the popular
transportation men visiting Orlando
yesterday. fect condition. Electric Starter, Lights,

Drink Elder Spring Water. See or
: phone building.Geo. T. Hull & Company 1-10-16-tfc, Rock full equipment. A bargain at $550.00.

Mrs. Charlotte Comins andIr.. I .
Bert Heart, who have been spendingthe
summer at their former home in

"New Ford Home"About the their Amityville Conway: home N.southeast brick Y.,road.have of returned the city on to [ San Juan Garage Company jj

October 20th I to into Deposit your Savings Checks and
expect move let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

my new building on South Orange Ave.I you. 8-12-tl Orlando Daytona
Mr. G. R. Saunders one of Orlan-
will carry a complete line of everything do's popular young citizens, has accepted -
the agency for the firm of S.
needed by "Ford Owners.
F. Bowser manufacturer of gasolineand

kerosene tanks, Fort Wayne Ind., '
OWNERS"F. for several counties in South Florida.Go .

to Francisco's for Bear Head
G. RUSH Bananas. 1-10-13-Gt 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .''IIII"'III"IIIIIIW

Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. DeVane and -- _. -- ------- --- .

mother, Mrs A. DeVane, left yester- 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111' MMMMMMMMMIMMIMM C 4N H
day over the Coast I.ine for Concord, .
N. C., where :Mr. Do Vane. who in the
cashier! for the Hudson Paving company Who Will Be Your Executor?

will have his headquarters for

.//1, some time.
How much did you save last monthin ANSWER NO. 2Yrt.r ,
cash Savings Checks! 8-12-tf:
or as a s i
be materially impaired
: estate may .
:Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Thornton who direct result of the appointment of an executor (s'. .+. ,
II. . II . I . II filll-11111I1111I11111 IIU II 111111 have been greatly\ missed by their or trustee. I' rye DiI
many friends, returned Hst eveningover .
When individual is appointed
the Coast! Line from their sum- an t3 Y
mer vacation at Brownsville I\i., ami 1 The financial responsibility is generally weaker. r '

are again occupying their prttt.* It is usually provided in wills that the person j
home, 20'J East Jackson street. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ,_

Go to Francisco's for Bear Head from giving bonds. y. ;
Bananas. l-10.13-6t .
When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense ,
JEWELRYThe Mr. A. W. Hurley and daughter. i
of the estate and then only partial secu-
:Miss :Mildred were among the welcome -
visitors to Orlando yesterdayfrom rity against loss is provided. r .
When a Trust Company is selected ,
Garden. Mr.
character and quality of Evans' Jewelry is often Hurley reports :..,
things in his .section as being in The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
the subject of comment with newcomers to this store. '
exceedingly shape, notwithstanding is secured.
They also remark the completeness of assortments and the recent heavy rains, which vis-
A bond which has behind it the entire financial
the helpfulness of our store people. You will like to shopat ited west Orange.Mr. strength of the Institution is always filed with ,

Evans' once you have purchased here. and Mrs. F. X. Schuller have the Probate Court .t nn rest to the estate. ;
returned to their home on Ridgewoodavenue
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue F ,
a months sojournin
of this -4t .e fi' r,
the North and East. Much of their newspaper.

time was spent motoring through the

mountains of the Virginias. Mr Come in any time and freely ask for further I l 4 1
Schullers' many friends will be information on this vitally important subject. t I
T.H.EVANSJEWELER pleased to learn that she has returned You are always welcome and our offices are always -
greatly improved in hechh glad to advise. "
Like all' Orlandoites they are glad t.

return to the DoctorsBiiekmasfrr City Beautiful. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& Brundagcl Orlando, Florida

Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
: Kirksville Mo. r
"'III. lltA.t: H I.. -- - tUtI.UIUlIlllIII tlllllIllll U 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peo pIt'I,

National Bank. Phone 678 > MMItmilMMMIIIIIMM(* '. U


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