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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00541
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THE MORNING SENTINEL




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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. NUMBER 217.





RUSSIANS SUCCESSFUL AS BRITISH TRY






TO ENLIST GREECE BY OFFERING CYPRUS




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IN IMPORTANT HATTLECZAU'S + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4,
ELKS HELD AN INSPIRINGCEREMONIAL + A NEW ..tctuEEtiTNEIL'" : : + + ZEPPELIN/ : IttT'4'tti i"tI\'; 4 ORANGE CO. PIONEERS AT
TROOPS TAliEO..ESSI'E + Dick IN TOUCH: WITH + + ALL ABOARD KILLED: .. BRIDGING SPACE
+ PARIS + + - ..
. SESSION 1 ---- . London Ocl. 21.-The chlm- .. THE FAIR
+ S..W'ork, Oct. 21.--WlrrleM + + ney of .a MHUOCKC factory has 4 GROUNDS
telephone communication with 4P kern deMrojed by n /eppelindiiflilriK 4
THE SERBIAN ARMY IS MENACED + rJ4 wax carried out success. + + Into It. All ocrupiinlii of 4 BY WIRELESS
LAST EVENINGMANY + 'fully tflclll| >'. + + the Zt'IIIIt'lin| acre killed. + YESTERDAY
+ + . . . . + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + +

Allies", Try tu Win Grrrce; by Oftvrlng .

l Inland of Cyprus- FROM I NEICIhlORING THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION RECOUNTED: EARLY: DAYS PHONE

CITIES; -.SIX CANDIDATES AND) TOLD MANY I INTERESTING -

Americans' Killed on WERE INITIATED SEVENTY ; EXPERIENCES-
Harder WASHINGTON', OCT. PRESIDENT: WILSON TODAY IN
ELKS; COME DOWN A PROCLAMATION: DESIGNATING; THURSDAY NOVEMBER2o. : ELECTION OF OFFICERS- PARIS AND WASHINGTONOPERATORS

FROM 1 S.NFOnUHED AS THANKSGIVING DAY. CALLED ATTENTION TO TIIK LUNCH AT
Petrograd Oct. :21.-An important FACT TIIAT THE: UNITED STATES HAS BEEN AT PEACE NOON-SECRE- HOLD
Russian success in the region of Bar- LETTER DAY.Orlando WHILE MOST OF EUROPE HAS BEEN AT WAit TARY'S REPORT.
onovichi, resulting in the capture of "WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO ASSERT OUR RIGHTS AND CONVERSATIONHONOLULU

several German positions, 3,552 men Lodge No. 1079, F.enevo- THE RIGHTS OF MANKIND WITHOUT BREACH OF FRIENDSHIP About members
of
fifty the
and ten machine guns and one pieceof lent and Protective Order of Elks, WITH THE GREAT NATIONS WITH WHOM WE HAVE Pioneers' Orange
artillery, was announced today by held a great: ceremonial session at TO DEAL," SAID THE PRESIDENT. County at the annual Association meeting: congregated yesterday ,: - MAN AlSQ"LlSTENS IN"
the office.
war
their Home last evening. The attendance
at the Fair Grounds. The following -
was larpe. A large number of is the complete of the
report ses-
Serbian Army Menaced Elks from Sanford and Kissimmeewere sions as transcribed by L. J. Dollins, Hawaiian and Frenchman Connected
Paris, Oct. 21.-An official state- present. BRYAN PROTESTSINNOCENCE BIG GUNS FOR THE, secretary:
ment issued yesterday at Nish as forwarded After the business session six can- Orlando, Fla., Oct. 21, 1915. b)' the Washington
by the Havas Agency, saysthat didates who had been caged: as prey Orange County Pioneers' Associa-
the Serbian is now men- for the occasion, were initiated into Operator for Fifteen

aced fice says seriously.the railroad The army Serbian line to Saloniki war of- the Messrs.mysteries C. B. Buckley of Elkdom., Narcoossee They were; L. E OF DEFENSE OF U.U.S. dent Meeting tion met B. M.was at Robinson.11 called o'clock to order a. m.by to Presi-day. :MinutesNew

has been cut in two places. R Farmer, G. II. Frather Kissim Minutes of meeting of October
mee; R. E. Morgan, E. E. Ely, St. 30, York Oct. 21.-Wireless telephonic .
Cloud Wm. G. Geier Winder- 1913, being the last one held, were communication
and between Washington
Win Greece
Trying to read and adopted.Mr. .

London, Oct. 21.The entente pow- mere.The initiatory exercises were conducted FORDTHEFTSLOCAL S.COAST Seth Woodruff, being called on by the American and Paris Telephone was accomplished and Tele-

ers are bringing all possible pressureto by Sanford Lodge No. 1241. for remarks, gave: some reminiscences graph company between midnight and
bear on Greece in order to elicitan Past Exalted Ruler V, P. Watson, of of the past pioneering in Florida. He 1 o'clock when words uttered by B. B.
unequivocal definition of her policy Orlando Lodge, welcomed the visitors noted the change from the sand trails Webb, of the engineer company in
toward the other Balkan states and through the pine woods to beautifully
with a brief but very timely! the naval wireless station at Atling-
the belligerents.The Mr. W. F. Skellv, in his usual happy MAN ARRESTED FOR MAIN DEFENSE) STATIONS paved roads, from transportation by ton, just outside of the capital, were
Greek government now is considering for ox: or mule team to modern railroad heard
Vein, responded the Sanford distinctly by P. t E.:; Shreeve in
the British offer of the island Every; one seemed loath to leave the ALLEGED ROHHERIES) TO HE EQUIPPED WITH trains with all their conveniences and the Eiffel Tower :3.SOO) miles away,

of Cyprus, which, according to an Home when the time for departurearrivdf DENIES) CHARGES 10 INCH GUNs comforts. lie also referred to the !and as ShreeVe listened Lloyd E.epensheid -*
Athena" message Britain will cede immediately and you will not wonder, if tflpid development of the schools of at Honolulu, 4iOO! miles from
on condition that Greece VoU could have been there And heard the country from the thinly attended Washington, heard Webb rpenk..
joins the allies.KMIX the excellent" music1, good cheer and country school of the early daya to Thus, by H few pimple' word! Paris
POLICE AND SHERIFF ON PRfSmENT PlANS NAVAL V out modern Uh to date schools and
CASES E S PROGRAM
partaken' of the. famous ppef. and Honolulu n,?(!U miles apart! were
colleges, nil of which he finds' moot
t'HU.r.Ut<: ""HOtll.\U( There" were, seventy-odd' Elks; from linked together for shout tit minute,
= c:::=::t=:a eht'ttliloftltlh
I'1?li-ttt; IH IlliAIIiK ) ; Hrttifohl and they drought with them - --
.JUtllte J, Mi ('ht'ht't.t'ltH' then
their PUpelli. hand' ttf twehty-fitur Kerrnt Fnrtl Kulilietir( In OrMiy > "King duii'in" t tit lie Itoil'' In I fntleil, replied I that his" all'!atiahr'e 0 II, h4. 1t1 ll'l1I111111(11; : ( I M U
viMtlt Uiat'otireed eM-ellent
''ot1ul./ (Ht'l.It.\ .=HrjfflH at'hH.tlll (. piece! powewhat rewihdetl him of the IN I I'\M IIMIMIAU', (LII':
durinif the )I"ntln Uittimultth l ( : vti'e, :
mi tale evening.Ihe ( Set'iirintf I'iiMti"! of .Ids
) rhark' nf t tlie t Knu(i t'lilletfe eleven, : .
I'oinittittee, hating in Hunte liehi'e, nf the old ihtuthman. ,. itt=
df tiHleahutlf. III., who Wn itljillP.1 (Iha\ evenintf', eMteittttHment WHO coincisal (Ol'lIllt) iin'ri! AuluI'mmil nlint..lrnllan'$ Ul1fl1nlllttMtiIlIllUftf14) (tar 'lidpMntf: ( : nr\l1l: of others Jly A bonre oM3: to n the O I, II. H,
last HrttttFtMy1! tftm@( taR! 1 illetl we( Pungregetinn\
football .
nf the soul thttt 1 team: ilefeate: the tfanft.ul::
.
(if Me8riit) : II, l' IU: (f', |1'ri.tl 1\t
; :
twltkun'lI hllWltll (''' t 'C t'0 tanned( H. .ti, Johnson.. with his "(oisn of, one, wriM! cue lair! urn) eleven: at that pity y\:I.I"nllttfl l':
Hint
: Dark wits injuieii'
'I having his eyesight:! imi4irt l that ,noon,, in one! of ;the fastest trame ht
partially. ttralvs'1:' It\l' ;inJIHltlll i It. t;. Italey J4.,. Newell: J, It, I i'aehiss : = tr1Vgahinghoi : so |'
which he Ji\tlillthuu'' in the gan>u with and J.l M' Cheney 1'e.tarduy morning, ]n} H. llrywn A Ort( 9|president he t"lt" that! fife r"rl had' tl1Itln..t faint (the season. The) touchdown were.
mud Hub
him, by Davis and Hal Hutrhin'
til, ',fume Uniu1rIlH ,. |H was H red letter: day I for Orlando well known Orange runty citizen, WiUon is to have u ronfurent-e tumor
> Wire who bemU i.Tui| Mr. Cheney (hen ,proceeded to give lion, who started throughout the
( No "1711 |: most time in Orliinii ) row with Senator Kern, of I Indiana,
Senator Arthur I Donegaii anti Congressman |,,\ .but who lUBJileii! four ,inilun '.runt majority leader in the senate, on pre t the audience tome very interesting game, The t team W"I I.eI Hell amt
llll MrtUNSOS UI'.IIUSI'i: ,I'MOM \\'. .J. )H"ar were among: the city, being the owner of u fccy- iaiiiilneed.Eaily| hUtory of his pioneer day. )Referring ( blocked their opponents at every turn.
I'I.\S'& l'1T\ (he esteemed I Elk: from Kiasimmee! enty-acie orange grove, was placed, in : next week he will have a ec- to the recent unusual weather Early in the game Ray 'Lewis sulferei, )
but they were unfortunate enough to Jail and later released on $7n<) bonds ond conference with Chairman Hay of conditions, Mr. Cheney said that the u broken rib and I win taken out.
)pr, J, McKinnon returned' yesterday lone the password one of the ditches was arrested at Daytoim by Sliur- the committee on military affaire, statement that we have never seen The Orlando crowd made the trip
afternoon from 'Plant ( ity, en route to Orlando and were compelled itT iordon and Chief of Police Smith, The of these such weather U rather without any I by auto, being accompanied by an
where he has Inn attending the ces to tiptoe to the exalted ruler charged with stealing a Ford automobile object two interviews foundation in fart, as he had known enthusiastic cheering squad' composedof :

alone of the presbytery. Dr. McKinnon for the word before partaking of the nclonging to J. II. |)ey, of Ocala. Is the to senate arrange and party house caucuses by which for the both administration' ) t the weather here much worse, and 1 the girls of 0, H. H, .... .
then he
the femiim
report that was veryuccemiful ceremonies. n few weeks iiiro. gave Home very interesting
) and that the reiH>rt nub- national defense "plan data, such an was calculated to
milled The story runs along thuxlv: Mar. ran bo adopted[ UH the! J Democratic) pol the of the local grumblers.Mr. open OTCII )1.ntTVnS: TO TilE
were mud encouraging. PRESIDENT!: : MAY ATTEND: Till: chat Smith went to Daytona Wednesday I eye MAT I
ARMY-NAVY IJAMK: and wan on u lookout fur stolen icy.The plan for an adequate navy and 1 J, n, Fries was then ('alletllor,
ARRIVED: FROM N. Y. STATE Ford, hater In the day he telephoned the measure to increase the army and he gave u very interesting account New York, Oct. 21./ -Frank Ootch,
Washington, I n. C.-President WII. Sheriff Gordon; who went to which (in being bucked by the prexl- of bin earlier experiences in retired and undefeated champion"
:Mr and M rat. Chas. StiUon arrived non and Mm. Norman Gait, his (fiance "Duytona, and both ,picked up u clue.A (ident and his cabinet, will be crystallized Florida, traveling acroxs the country catth-a -can wrestler of the world,
last evening over the Const Line from are expected to attend (the Army and Ford car bearing the motor : into the adminintration bill. in n two mule conveyance, with a few may return to the mat gume.He .
Oneonta. N. Y., where they have \been Navy football game to be played November ber of the stolen Ocala auto num.l "King Caucus" in to be invoked to boards for a hOtly, and some boxen for wired today that he would' be in
tending the! Hummer. An usual they 27 nt the Polo Ground in muted in Daytona. The owner plated lie the hands of the seats, he and his party: going from New York Monday night to see the
'!P.. make" their home at the Wyoming. I New York Mr. Wilson takes a keen that he had ,purchased the car from I the to these who opposition within Gainesville; to Fort Reid, or :Mellonville finish of the Graeco-Roman botu at

& interest in the annual struggle between E:, II. Bryan loiter that evening, an I his party program, nnd the are president supporting has with one :Mr. George Lewis for Madison Square between Alex Aberjr&
Annapolis and Went Point Sheriff" Gordon: wan in a Daytona garage I outlined methods by which he $!H each of the party and Waldek Zbyszko.POSTMASTERS.
team Bryan drove in (in another "Ford. I his expectsto Mr. C. A. Boone made some re-
C. C. SPECIAL SESSIONA Mrs. Gait, moreover, has been plan He was then placed under arrest and put in the legislation face of determined through congress marks about' the mode of travel in
ning for some time to make a trip to brought to Orlando. A hearing will sition.i oppo the early 70s. He was conveyed by
I ox teams across the country by night, IN SESSION
New York to complete the purchaseof lie given him November S. It was disclosed today that the war
as daylight travel was eo beset with
her The
trousseau. president's :Mr. Bryan most emphatically denies department intends to provide the
meeting of the city flies and The
special coun mosquitoes.
transportation
party would include Mrs. William H. the charges. He his innocence
main defense
coast stations
protests with 10
cil was held yesterday afternoon at Boiling, mother of Mrs. Gait; Miss and asserts that everythingwill inch additional on the river was by a single More than two thousand postmasters
the city hall for the purpose of hearing guns to those already small steamer, the Starlight. In Or-
second
Helen Woodrow Bones the Misses come out all right at the trial. in commission.To of the first and classes
complaints on paving assessmentsfor Lucy and Mary Smith, of New Or- He stated that the second car which meet the demand for new offi lando at that time were only three gather at Washington! to day to attend
Magnolia and East Robinson ave leans, guests of the president; Miss he was driving, when arrested, 1 for the stores and they were built of logs.,: the annual convention of the National .
was cers Secretary Garrison
and DeLaney and Hughey army At the time of his arrival there
nues :Margaret Wilson Dr. Cary T. G ray- purchased in Jacksonville, that he had I will draw the organized militia were Association of Postmasters.
streets. The complanits were many son, and Col. W. W. Harts, military the car around Orlando for several for appointments upon which will be more people in Clay Springs,: thane Among them is Postmaster W. C. Mc
and varied. No other business was aide. were in Orlando.Mr. Lean of Orlando.
weeks
and that he
was driving after technical examinations.
considered. Miss Gertrude Gordon, through through Daytona and stopped for Preference will be given : Boone then told of teaching a Chief among,: the topics to be discussed -
whom the president's fiance first met oline when arrested. He[ who have mastered the technicalities young men school at Clearwater (Whitewater) are the new two-division planof
L.UCmUIJE: VIEWED TilE the White House family, is not Mrs. that he sold the first car to the as-I of their profession as citizen soldiersas Lake, near what is now known as postoffice operation whereby the
SHOWING: OF AUTUMN COS- Gait's ward, as has been stated. The tona man, and that he had well Ponceanah, or sometimes called mail handling and financial affairs of
as graduates: of military acad "Crow's Store." His reminiscenceswere _______ _
.ta1F.S? AT THE ROOFGARDEN I two are close friends. the first car originally as a business emies. pu p l large: postoffices are separated under
There was a report in social circles proposition.It I quite interesting. distinct heads; the improved motor
: today that the marriage may not occur is stated that the original car Meeting then adjourned for dinner vehicle rural delivery service, and
Before an audience of men and wo- until December 28 Mr. Wilson's lost by Dey of Ocala was a roadster November Ladies' Home Journal, hour. methods of doing the parcel post business -
men which completely packed the birthday, but there was no confirma- and not a touring car. The car soldto six beautiful pictures with every copy. Afternoon session was then calledto to the best advantage.,:
Roof Garden last night the Yowell- tion. the Daytona man was not a road- Curtis & O'Neal, book and music order. :Merritt O. Chance, postmaster of
Duckw rth Company ,gave: a perfect ster but a touring car. However, the store. Mrs. S. A. Robinson! was called for Washington, is chairman of a commit
shown on living,: models of the new AMERICANS: KILLED mystery thickens when it is found and she gave an interesting accountof tee composed of Carter ''B. Keene
fall ailwinter costumes.Ien's as that the motor number on the con- ing on other clues which result her early experiences pioneering in chief of the postal) savings division;
well a f women's clothes were shown. Washington, Oct. n.-Gen.: Fun- verted touring car is the same as on in the of other Fords.may It is Orange county. She came here from Postmaster F. C. Sites of Harrisburg,
Every I ew style direct from the New ston's preliminary report of the bat- the lost roadster. The sheriff and j understood recovery that the Michigan as a bride in 1876. She Pa., and Postmaster Eugene S. Shan-
York lishion centers was displayed.An tle between Mexican raiders and the chief of police affirm they are work-i i paid Bryan $360 for the Daytona Ford. man and her family arrived at Old Mel- non of Nashville, Tenn., which has
or rusic! while the moving,: picture the casualties at three dead and five i o'clock p. m. and found transportation Business sessions will be held today
maChi, alternately threw variegated wounded on the American side. The on a timber cart or wagon: drawn and will continue tomorrow. This
colors pon the models! making the bodies of five Mexicans were found in Phillipines' Fifty Languages Are by two ponies. The charge to Orlando afternoon the postmasters are to be
effect ry pleasing.,: The rain which the brush and many more are believedto was $12. They left :Mellonyille taken for a steamboat ride down the
was elected every minute did not have been wounded. Secretary Wharf at 4 o'clock p. m. and arrivedat Potomac to :Mount Vernon as the
arrive, ut instead the moon peered Garrison sent a copy of the report to Rapidly Yielding To English Orlando at 1 o'clock the following guests of Washington commercial or
from I hind the clouds and touched the state department which seems to morning:, and stopped at the Summer- ganizations.
off the ffect exactly right. Long be greatly perplex Secretary Lansing. lin hotel tin unfinished shell of a Tomorrow the postmasters! are to
fore th') hour scheduled for the showing The only statement obtainable was house. They built a nice log houseon he received at the White House by
the Garden; was engulfed with that no demand could be made on Lake Mohonk, X. Y, Oct. 21.-The tongues in the home. The language I what is now known as Park lake, President Wilson, and tomorrow
people. It was surprising the num- Mexico until some form of stable gov- Filipinos are much hampered today situation is therefore a real problem. or Lake Leora, as known by some. night they will hold their annual ban ,
ernment shall have been established. by speaking more than fifty distinct A common medium of !speech is essen- This house they whitewashed with quet.There.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + native languages!!, said Prof. C. Everett tial for the social, commercial and po- lime fend they had a fine place. They are 633:) postmasters of the
+ : Conant. of the University of Chat- litical unification of the polyglot! pea had the first glass windows in Orlando first class in the United States and
PROMINENT MASON DIES tanooga formerly in the United ples of the Islands. Before In this house they slept 2.139 the
+ W > DXVIS KILLS! RATTLER;( + American new on of second class! John J.
States Philippine service in an ad- occupation the ? the Hoof for the first two nights. Af- of
+ V I 1TII 2 11 RATTLES AND + D. C. 5pahish language Cleary, Terre Haute, IncL. Is presU
Washington Edward
[f + 1' + Teare dress here today before the Conference served only to a limited extent, as! a ter this!! they contrived to pet some dent of the postmasters! orgnntaa*
+ 11 M. Davis BUTTON his Taubmati, of Aberdeen, M. D.) sovereign on the Indian and Other Pephd- common language, as only a fotnonrHiveljr bedsteads.rhe; !!. tion, and W. l;. Merry, of Perry,
has in pos4!! grand inspector! General of the cot I He t
Peoples. however
+ predicted, small humler'if the f population ; went forth to Michigan after a Okla., vice-president.
"e" n twenty rattles tied one + southern jurisdiction! of Scottish", Kite ihrt English will
become ,
known >
soon had the opportunity to learn it. "psMence if i Orlando for three veafs.
+ butt u from the tail)) of n rattle + Freemasonry, died In It hospital he etoday Ithl 1 u"'t'11"' nil n\cf the island. three
the she travelled different
Iltre ,
+ 111t,10, which he killed the 1\1.-. + IhU..Jlirtlr1fj| of thepublir by . . . . . . .
on !after tt stroke nf }f' fnl'I l i:. HP "There 'than I.
chart are more fifty native mHh'iift rhwi|, I the W..Wefnrefiimcn fenftieM to New Y o t", and from
ltle
t'"tlt" A few days, ago. ramp here tu attend) the Miration ff iBtiBuittfe\ of the Malay-PotncMttt of +
+ the i nnke t. : It me-llom! ef iflt'dl has here went by train h. MU-hitfan The ,HEAD: Tilt: f HKS'TINKI< WANT +
ft1elt-Yte,1 l ? feet the Mnionic
new pmfile ltI'IYAftef< family soken 'in the Islands *
|
| The ? '! I leen hip I ,
: ij'y\ ppffBehins' ? mttiiti.m, rofymed seven days"
+ imh +
had .
U .
N IK .
A
t act Mr, of hU order anti l
one trUkeii
wn t4ltIYf'
majority of lhe I IrtPeurtges
=e are u While mo.r ef the lidllttl Oi retvrninw the church.
| ehiidenn to
+ l Uft\'I.\> 'tm e\er killat, ,, + got -- .
It U ?
"pro t= ttay nigh: different from flllp another H* f" be' dale their trether ant, heM their
ft"'nIlIrY"" '(I. in the I meeting In the
4 f lllH1"' ,1 by ql|.t' balers I to be I the + unintelligible. !Jon't| lay down the Sentinel +
mutually There l M be; home 11(11lil EntHj.h.: in 'nYft hors-e, | ucml
+ IIHII'lit rattler ever kill>.| in tlmt + TIIK: WKAlluIiTFor : : & cities imlertPitelv eonvershngaith'ehihlren uii< uaw dust fin until )ou have: read every a lvertUement : .
an large number ef tilt floor, she .
whose native ( :! ail | fop the
language ei
+ set'tittn, It U l sujipo" the rlastjfled +
\liltllllInl| \o hear on 1 page,
local l
+ Mr, lintli il"; rii dialect varieties of speech, many differ from their) own, ihYi while men to I J in, and do it d Then .
\ + :
hU "
many AI- Florid! Partly elouJy) todaylprobably of which Seth every y( an
are becoming
+ tem"\11" to kill the snake before bowers northeast portion owing to increasing rapidly intertribal'extinct> the indigenous! vtffwulars will live M r. Woodruff then otfereil the l swer all that "listen good" to .

: It Wfc* put "out of business," moderate wfmla, mostly north over} course. inter' on for many generationsperhapa following resolution) you and watch results, They .
for "Whereas
this Association
fenturieaEnglUh \a
north and! central portions, and south- "Fully ninety cent, of the Phil. become In the \ destined to nlJlng the importance recog + will surprise you, +
t . . . . . . . t,1 1 per near future the "Jnigua of preserving
cast o\f ea: tcr'ir I 'I|: s'tll!
? e Malay gj-esk their native franca" of the entire archipelago Continued on page1)) . . . . . . . .,.

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DAILY 1 ruling in the Pullman facing the Ion_ E F. Sperry, major: C. P. Do\\ I .

engine than to ride backwards and president of the Board of Trade; S. A

South Florida SentinelMORNING view objects along the wayside after Johnson, city commissioner, and others -

*. ?'_ GLENN; .AND......WEEKLY.. .. .....,Editor liffeience thehave between been passed.the (optimist That's and the and were delightfully f=er\ed\Mth' ITALIAN RYE
('. IXMM.TON ..Hu.in... Man.irrKntrrrd the pessimist. It is only just to creJ- refreshments on the "Iloof Garden:

at the poetoffire at Orlando.. PlurMa. it public officials and private individuals Orlando is certainly a beautiful city.and ,
SfwnJ Clam Mail Matt.
M with good intentions till it shall we wereery reluctant to leave I

1 fear MJUSCKII'TIUN........,....IJAH.Dall" ,.......... IS,00 ite proven that opposite condition exist. it soon, but business! constrained. us
.........,..,........ 150I of Grasses and will furnisH
Dall" Mnnlha The of a good ncwrpair to move on.-Arcadia Daily \ewS. j I In is one of the quickest growing Hay
I !Month ...................... ,26to i province I
Dall Ualljr." t Month ,......,.,.,........... l> in to build rather than laze It __ I.1 excellent during the Fall Winter and Early Spring

-Wkl-- .-t- Y..,-..-..-.-,..,-.........,.. ".00 should destroy only when such ti -.1 an pasture

-ILL Ht'llSCKII'TIOS fAVAIlLK--- -: -II- course U i> juntitk-d by all conditions We arc expecting a big shipment of this Grass Seed in a few days.
which ha a ntnnia for
That
paper
AIWANCK
, $2 9.15\1
--- fnuU-flndmt. and "knocking". stakes call with wants.
TO ADVKMTIIIItlUilC ; to friends 'l'Im10 one faction not \ Write phone or to see us your

far Maplar and .).1.U,.f Mud.a.tad..eudaa from the other--no tW" it
p .... N .....4.. in at IK,* ....!**.. adherents
.art .( id* .....".1 ...,.1.'.r Utft I p. M.la ummaiul respect from those who tint WASHINGTON 01 ell
das......,.r f..,'"mtrafi.."' ......4trtMmi ThU ml Bwllwito it I. pursuing\ a straight "mUUle-of.the. , ,

I' &an"ta.""t* sad .ltl\ b, Mrictly 1 4hr4\ .., oad path,-Palm Reach Post
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8.barrlb.r.-- -- d..irtn. Tb tt..U".I dta.oa AND RETURN

tinned* date should of ,expiration.notify th.. ollwrwic olflM in. writing It will OBIn k., I A Poem For The Day, DE..A.
ontlnued at th e regular suWription ratty "1.Atlantic .\

atil noun* N to.ai atop...r .u.,received.TeUakeik ....,." ...,....,.., ItFRIDXY Found among his papers after The Drug and Seed Man"

OCTOBER 22: I'JIS death, the following poem is believedto Coast Line
have been the last thing written by PROPRIETOR
O. Henry, the gifted story writer:

Poor little Serbia.o lard >'e may be in the tumult Standard Railroad of the South I CITY DRUG STORE
led to battle Chills;
More:: than a year of war and nota jour
low give for blow in the foray,
killed
king jet. o Cunningly ride in the tilts; I ORLANDO FLORIDA

Cheer up--the rains in Orlando andOrange Jut when the roaring is ended Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th I
Tenderly, unbeguiledTurn -
county did little damage com- woman's heart
pared to other sections.o And a to child's a woman to a a child. Extended to Nov. 15th on payment .

Test of the man if his worth ben A
Hooray-the Russians now han accord wiht the ultimate plan of $1.00 I
plenty of powder and shot. No more That he be not to his marring, .
without fireworks.o Ride Hamnck's jitney bus, 5c. .
retreating Always and utterly man. Steel Pullman Electric Lights
That he bring out of the tumult, 18-18-tf
That New Jersey vote was a land Fitter and undefiled, Electric Fans --- --- - ---- -- -----
slide. Local Suffrage leaders were To a woman the heart of a woman-
loathe to accept the \erdict. To children the heart of a child. DUSTHae
Q Good when the bugles are rantingIt FOR SALE GOLD
is to be iron and fire.
A baby boy died in New York recently Good to be oak in the foraj'- For Information Call on .
too peanuts. the Gold Dust Twins on display in our
from eating many deire. you seen
Ice! to a guilty
Orlando V. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
the habit continues in
If But, when the battle is over
there will be a good many school chil- ([Marvel:: and wonder the while) W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. half window?
dren similarly affected. Give a woman a woman's heart, Orlando 6 acres, quarter mile from city,
Q And a child's to a child. in bearing budded orange and
At least the deposed Gen. Sir Ian o -- -- -- grapefruit, $1,500. \ VEGETABLESRemember
Monteith Hamilton had a WERE
Standish I GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS ,
formidable name. Then, too, he servedin 10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young
'I
seven wars and had been in the PLEASED WITH ORLANDO FIELD'SCHOCOLATE bearing grove; small house. $2,000.I we carry all kinds of Fresh Vegetables.
the British army for 4J: AND BRICK HIGHWAYS good :
service of 10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra
j'ears.Popularity. citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking
o
Personified. What The party had not proceeded far land. $600.00. Pan Cake Flour Maple Syrup ; ;
Why the growing list of want ads from Kissimmee on the road to Orlando i 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small
in the Morning:: Sentinel. Those little before they reached a splendid grove; 4-room house; good barn
money getters are buying bargainsand brick road. A delegation from Orlan. VANILLA I I I and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200
with a crimped
friends
making do headed by City Commissioner II. fenced, small
day. I 40 acres, 15 acres
book FRUTI
every TUTI
pocket Carl Jansen, city clerk, .
o- C. Robertson, house, garage and outbuildings.The
Great Britain would have a navy and others, met us at Taft, four miles GUAVAICE I 'land corners on large spring WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
equal to Germany and the United south of Orlando. Mr. Robertson informed lake. Very cheap, $1,500.
John Bull is right there on had already CREAMS.
States. the water, but whenit us that Orange county I 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out,
preparedness on roads from Or- I
brick
smokes his little completed
comes to land he I $1,000.
and lets the other fellow lando to the county line extending
corn do cob the pipe work.A north, east, south and west. The AUTO LUNCHESA City and Country : Our Grocery CompanyTwo

o constructed with the patent
roads are
man his neighbor's who must habits separate in order himself to lug brick, which unites them in a way SPECIALTYCLUB Property At WarTime Phones: 3 and 2001
from
case that it is impossible to loosen them.
be happy, is in much the same Prices :
with one who requires to take opium wantto From what we saw of it we certainly 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
for the same purposehat we the favor the patent lug over any other SANDWICH 25e.
breast i
is who can I
one
After
see
work, and still! preserve brick roads that we inspected.
world, do a man's PHONE
his first and pure enjoyment of reachnig Orlando we were met by the CALL OR : HIM 111111 II 11111111111111 11
L. Stevenson. -- - --- --
existence.-R. o A- GOOD- INVESTMENTIs --- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packet E. C. YoungRoom

The Daily Democrat, published th at ) and Delivered for All 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
Tallahassee, is numbered among one that will yield a guaranteed Phone 569.
valued exchanges the first We handle income -
Sentinel's income for ten 'ears. Occasions
number of which reached us jester investments yielding 8 per cent
Market
day. It is a neat six column eight net regularly. Real Estate Bonds, Yancey Meat Inc.
well printed and ably and Income Investments.Your .
editedehaveoftenwonderedwhv Mortgages money should yield 8 per cent Eola Pac:king Company .FULLY PAID UP
some enterprising newspaper man die in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan- The
not start such an enterprise at th do. 1015lmcPansy T. A. YANCEY.Jr.. Pres and Mgr.
capital, and now that the Democrathas ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ialties
been launched on the journalistic Spec

and sea bj newspaper two of Florida's men, Milton ablest A.writers Smith: Plants, Rose Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

and enterprising Herbert business A. Felkel men, we of hope Talla the allow Bushes, Petunia ,Custom Packers, Modern Equip]nent, Shippers and Buyers; Cash Florida and Western Meats
will never
hassee it and to sink Leon into county innocuous desue PlantsLeave __ f.o.b. selling; Growers' A gents; Personal Attention. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

tude for want of patronage.o- Growers, Shippers and Buyers iJ ivited to inspect the plant and ar- Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order d

SEEKING TO U.\\1.\GE-: orders here range for harvesting ,ind packing their crops. /Buine '135 P. O. BOX 336
jour PHONES Cor. Avc. and Church St.
Residence Ij3 Orange
\
MTTO llE EFlT. this Fruit Packed and shipped as di ected by the owner of the goods.
"If I was running a paper in A. C. L. Tracks.E .
and
C ncord A\'e. I
HOUSE Corner <
but walk about PACKING -
I'd do nothing '
and city learn where I could get in a roaston .violet Dell Florist. W. B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAG: Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,

either some private individual 01 Packing House Manager.Patronage .
official-and then I'd sock it to The iciet:
public
them. They all need it." That is an, J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Resp>>ectfully Solicited I

expression often heard by the news. 509. 408 South Lake Si OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
in large and small compapermen ,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
munities and in all states. It is mad
without the calm deliberation whichis RINKLADIES' FRESH AND SALT MEATS

due the question; and the utter absurdity ORLANDO CONCRETE SKATING Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

is apparent when looked at in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh '

calmer moments.It and pure.
is an easy thing to interpose objections WORKS SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

to any form of contemplated DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY everything in the Meat Line.

improvement; it is a more difficult 407 LONG STREETAll NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
-
of better-
matter ment. Whether to propose the a subject mode taken up INSTRUCTORS. :II. M. Self & Oo.

is a street a sewer a seawall a,traffic a fire; Open[ 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
ordinance, a building permit,

ordinance--there is ever a diversityof shouldbe classes of Concrete work Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. :
matter
the
opinion of how I done. Concrete Building Blocks,

handled. It is so much easier to Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Benches .
sit on the outside of the pale of man- CENT!
1O
and declare precisely how White Way Posts, Rose AD MISSION
agement
the matter should be commenced and and Vine Trelices, Fence and CHALMERS AGENCY

completed than it is to be "within the Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian

charmed circle" and learn of all the Vases of every description,, .I III I 11111 I I I I I IMtMtHMIItlMIIIIIMMMMMIIIM i .

obstacles and conditions to be over-will and Bird Fountains/Bring your New Chalmers 6.-10-7 passenger will arrive about the
come-and then act in a way that :
from each and everyone plans and get estimate for con REMEMBERWheat 20th.
bring praise
crete work. Call and see our ,
do all kinds of Repairing and Welding
In every city at the present time, granite and other natural rocl; oats and dry mash that contains a liberal :: We

during this era of impro\'ing-or trying faced building blocks. Plan amount of meat scraps, are the BEST egg producing : : .

to impro\-e-the public ways and made. All work I. feeds that can be fed to your laying hens. '
and estimates
:
properties there are so many serious With eggs at 45 cents per dozen you MUST not neglect

complications found all along the line guaranteed.A. to feed judiciously.: :
that it is with difficulty that progress See that the hens have plenty of exercise, keep Vene- : AUTO CASHING STATION

is made. There are always found tian red in the drinking water, and supply a plenty of

those who would block the way so.fai green food, and the hens WILL lay. They just can'thelp

as possible upon the slightest possible B. Cook & Co. I it.The. .: Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

time pretext, anything; the cost that the may process be thought th Christ Building, Orlando. : I II PHONE 447

of-all are used as an argument Co-Operative Produce Co.
the action of those having

against the matter in charge.It Building Materials and Income : W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 j:

is ever better to say unkind.good things It is Investments Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsT'HE
Iii
which are
than those matters as if onwa < LOANS 11111 11111 1111I 11111 11111 11111 II ILl 11111 11111 I1111
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THE BIG STORE 11L

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Will Present

Thursday Night, Oct. 21, 1915 '"

A On The Roof Garden ;

4 O) The CorrectAutumn -
'L

Fashions 1
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//j '_____ On Living Models ('--
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An imposing Pageant of Styles GILD (
FASHION
You are cordially invited 8 to 10 P. lY 1\I'!. Musk I OPENING \
v- No Cards C,_

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I Fall Fashion Opening I


In the Store all Day Friday, Oct. 22, 1915

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


:LVLillirl.SryMillinery

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


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THE YOELLBCKORTll CO


DID IT"
"QUALITY
ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE .

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Association, and suggested! l the organ .
izatiun of a block company for this
purpose, und gave u brief outline of

the This plan.mutter was referred to the executive I
Park News committee, to be reported on. Household DaysA
The concensus of opinion( without assuming
any obligation on the part of
the Association, was that the plan i.a is
!good one and should be made to

work.This plan BO outlined was that the Lively Three Day Sale >

Dally Budget Of Items ConcerningThe different counties of the state organ
ize and that these organizations then

Town And Rollins College combine, with and such create power a and State authoritiesin Association Commencing Next WednesdayAnd

the state AS the local organization
In the counties, and that such ortfanlznlicnr .

FAST HALL fJAMK: SCIIKDULKD: and gave some of his early experiences (Continued then proceed on page to gather 5))) And Continuing Thru' Friday, of Everything
) FUR THIS .U EUNUUN In Florida. Said that he came
to the state forty.* ven years ugo.
The fast Sorrento nine I III scheduled Of course there wan no railroad in Appertaining to Home Furnishings
to play a game: with the Winter i'ark the southern part of the state. He
i ball team this afternoon on the col. travelled in a two horn wagon and
.. I legs diamond at 3 o'clock. Sorrento topped with Mr. I. M. Auld! well H.R.BERRY SHEETS SLIPS, TOWELS, COMFOUTEUS.CUHTAIN GOODS, HLANKETS, QUILTS,
has tarn playing Rome test ball this known in this section of the country, TABLE AND OTHER LINENS
ETC.
year and the prospects are that the but now dend. He and his friends ETC.
game will I be one of the best which went thence to Southeast Apopka and
has been played in Winter Park for tattled for a while. They bought a
several months.It sack of flour, killed some deer and
is probable that Dane will do the other wild game and they then lived A complete line of Ford Acces. True economy is being able to buy the things you want, when you want them at the
twirling. for the home team, if he returns well on the fat of the land. They
from Tampa in time. A small then moved to Orlando where they sories; a staff of expert mechan. prices you want to pay for them. RIGHT HERE, on these three days is where your op.
admission fee of 25 cents is to be found a few log store buildings, with portunity comes in to practice economy-prices are low, and assortments
charged in order to help out with the not enough in them all for one good ics to render satisfaction in all complete.
Within the three
expense of bringing/ the Sorrento boys store. lie clerked then for a while past months the price.of cottons and linens have advanced from
to Winter Park. for Mr. W. A. Lovell, one of the mer- lines of Automobile Repair 20 to 35 per cent. All of our purchases were made before any advance took place. Our
chants. In
1870 times became
MISS r.OODIIL'E; .\ADDRESSES. warm and lively he moved away so to Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and prices are based on these costs.. Many of the special nrices we quote are much lower thanwe
SEMIiLY AT ROLLINS cool, and to let things get quiet. can buy ourselves to da)".
A delightful address upon the subject I Before he left, however, the people Gasoline, and fair and square
of "Birds and Bird Songs" was who lived here had a concert and
delivered before the Thursday Assem- I raised money to build a church-a prices.
bly yesterday by Miss Isabel Goodhue uniop church. The amount so raised IIUCIIAIIACK TOWELS SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS
of New York. Miss Goodhue's talk was somewhat over a hundred dol- Cotton Huck, special Irish finish, full size,
was full of interesting information, lars, maybe two hundred but he left I
very special, exceptional at $1.20 Popular 72x90 _____5Qc
and I
was delightfully supplemented by before the church was built. ----------------
her imitations of the feathered song- Inquiry was then made among the dozen for ---_---________________93c Mohawk, 63x90 _____S5t:
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sters of whom she talked.A audience and it was stated that the Cotton Huck, White and colored -
number of town people attended old court house was burned in 1808.; For Nine Years borders, regular $1.80 dozen for $1.20 Mohawk, 72x90 -----------------___Soc
the assembly and were delighted by The stairway to this court house went Mohawk 81x90
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Miss Goodhue's wonderful imitations.The up on the outside, and some one, too Linen lucks, 23c., C3c., 50c., G3c., 75c., ---------,,--- 90cMohawk
address was greatly appreciated full for $1.00 and 125. Special prices. } 81x99 _____930:
utterance probably, rode his!; \Ve have been in business at the ---------------
in fact, by all present and each fresh horse up the stairs as an expressionof Mohawk, 90x90 ___
demonstration of skill in reproducingbird his sentiments. Those were warm same location, Corner of South TURKISH TOWELS --------------- $1.00Euneida
notes called forth rounds of times. 63x90 ____63c
We carry one of the I largest S t oc k so. ----------A-----

applause. Mr. W. E.. :Martin: being called re- Main and Church Streets. Turkish towels of any store in the State. Euneida, 81x90 -------..*-...---____G9c
plied that his wife had said on last
ROLLINS STITDENTS DISCUSS night that he was too young to be Phone 226Orlando' Bought direct from the manufacturersEuneida, 81x90 -----_-._.-------___g.jC
HALLOUE-EX: PARTY heard. -Jobbers eliminated. Prices the lowest.
Shamrock, 81x90 _.
___75cDemco
A of the entire student ----* **
mass!' meeting Election of officers for the ensuing Note these specials tOur ----
body was held 'terda*' after- 81x90 .
ye ventwas then taken The ,
following G9c
up. ------ --- =z -
hoon for the purpose of discussing!; theHallowe'en officers 81.60 lend for ________________$1.20
party which Is to be given President/ !; Mr were lie unanimously M, Robin!oh chosen; first: ", Leading Repair Shop Our $3.00 lead for _______________.12,70' Utica t. 72x90 .__...sass.......IlHIUn.V1'cquot

Katuii'ay' evening, October) :\ It hAs ,'I'p-pt"Illlphtl i Mr. ('. A. lloone} !second und flarnee! Wt lime It iiitttfhiricetit :a of fnticy t 81x00 -__====a===-?_?-=.--fl.10

keen dance' ile'cbted oh !thai to evening fclve, nhd it |patty the "socialtolhhilUee ahd I lent j lliild\'i(' -III-el'ltleht\'ll'e-I"e1hlehl.<', Mrs! ;Mt1.MnHlirt!' William Ty colored Turks 111 Uuest ittitl full step front Sterling 81x09) ................Mi,6rj

Is. HllHli ltitf n UhiiUe! | I'tu( t Mainei' futmh Vlce-fileMileht. Mr. T_ lue t to $L\JlI\ Our I niwlnl in these Sue, inn -
Jflrttll! tnf the Offflelohi, It. Fulleri I. tees' tIH\- slid (Jerietuer, for $t IIIU,
Ftttliiwihtj\ (lie fUhh'lIt::( ) ( inr-piiiitf (lie ;Mr. Aithtitll'iH! t: ''Hie. l.lMMK'rtl! cumfiHUee .
\'. Mi (f':: A. Mteii lifltl, H fclmit fcpaaloiifef ,. fttc (he enaiilhtJ,, :!' fear !tot! Mie, I IJUKHT;( .J.INHN. ": IIWKH\ l'ILlW( HI.I1H'
the |IIYfllfcil| of lliatMlaalHlf (lie, Hl( = J: N. NMillhpp, ItHtMlrtM, hoelelpl:| .| |icy A I IriFtfe VHIIely! t Ilf' ,I'lrilH, frtlH'>' Hint white\ ftlttl fv\\= ,
,|teal|\| (t'iinfppttpvlilih' ( | I i. (I"1 I be, helot Mr. J: N= \\hitnor!!!;! Mrs N A. Nattalt!!, matt i| Mlll'M'1'lplPil: 1 eltwtdi J hnll ::::un: :::::::::::=:=:=====10i', t to( JlSe'
At (iHJneavillp Hrtluiilriy, f OrltibeF, y!O .M "s. Ilinwii, MrM', (lore, //'il-I"I price' ;30*',, 2;iU',, :.lif,, Slip,, "1111| tllpl '4"I.: .
i Save 50 Cents ::::::=: 1.\yt'\ tn 15t':
1:11: 1111 t 1"11111'" lit 01$1 IIIIhrnil\ \*", Mrs, hlaltha'I'iler\ 'mmle bllllltl Ml- : ::::=:e: =: ::v::::=::===::
i heir. intention\ nf t f ..Upit'li'i' (lie Pull ing ran+alhu' mi (he frilly I I days io Flurj.M. -
faranrta!;! HUt) | bubmittpil n mitten. ; Hcnuint I
of biuiiu of the principal events) of I
HOC1AIT 11011I1m) m; ItUCl.\I) her early life as a pioneer.A I This can bo tlnno by IHlrchnh: I
'10!\''UIII'( rebiilulioii fit thanks was lendeitd ,
The young people nf the C'"nlfrvlfn- to the "Fair Abbm-ialiuii fur the trig u $5,50 ticket lit the Mode( ] IIIANKETH; , : :T-- C.CUIl..OU.UH) | () ( | |:|( AMI(
li\ +nul' church are riving: a social I tliis t. gratuitous use of the (Fair Grounds, We have enviable CUln.TH
evening at Hooker Mt-moriul church, and, accepted with thanks an invitation Cafe for $5,00, Thus you alive J an reputation The famous "MAIHH" make.
tit which t hit to\n"peoile"' | and\ the to come again. for exceptional values in ,? \ 1 1"t Over 500 to choose from, all the
faculty and students; of Kollins: Cut Mr. I.. J. Dullins made gnu,.s remarks 10 per cent on nil you cat So it lllankets. This season we will 1'' newest patterns and colorings.
li-j'i- are cordially invited. relative to the publication, off I eclipse ourselves. Wo have a I Prices $1.2.1
$1.50:
The atfalr .is to be in the form o H magazine! The Florida" Pioneer and follows that tho moro you cat bigger: : range, a choicer assortment lr i '- 1. $2.00, $2.50to
u harvfbt nodal, and A number of hllrVt'"t (tomes, as the official organ of the $10.00MARSA1LLIEH) )
und prices absolutely) the .
stunts will be 'iiullfil olf. Iullicwill the more you will save. : QUILTS
be funiiiih,+! liy the orchestra wry lowest. Choose now when ,
during the evening. An attractive These! tickets are good for the assortment is at its best \ In l.oth the old fashioned hon-
, program has .btn arranged and the Misdirected -jcycomb and satin weave,
committee in charge III I expecting u -ccnt meals, 15-ccnt specialsor Gray anal White, full size y splendid designs.Price .
record breaking attendance.EN1'lllTSl.1S'I'I $1.25: and .._....______$1.50 i rY yt '4
l\ Di.: $1.25; $1 U( $3.50:>> ,
: (' 'Pii: M MKI-TTING: : Economy anything from tho short or. COLORED() PLAID ULANKETS: :>. 1 , 1 .t"CJ'',, $1.00, $3.50: and $6.73.:

Ono of the most enthusiastic Bath der list-day or night. Tho sensation of the hour. To ""f 1 z! WHITK: IIIM1TV QUILTS!

('rnls:.* of the college students which Trying to save n few cents by wo them Is to own them. S|>c- t k, Ids ((, *. size. $1.33; full size $1.75.:
hUM been held thin vuitr was that Our oysters are fresh every clal price $2.50 to $3/.0. 1
which took place at Lyman gymnasium having your work handled by inferior ) $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
L
Illankvts
W..lllt'III1&IIltrht.. Rousing talks hands. Woolnap $1.00 COLORED
day. DIMITY QUILTS
und ..___$1.50
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on "iiep" and "zip" were given re- Your personal influence !Is Full size plain, $1,7i: ; Seal.
spent very by Dr. Hyde and Profea- All Wool Blankets, $5.00
cur l.cnhart. greatly enhanced when you are to ------_____________$10.00 loped $3.504 size scalloped.
Plans are on foot for the organization clad in immaculate linen. $2.90
of a live fife and drum corps to
supplement the cheering section at I OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
dinVrt-nt athletic events during the OrlandoSteam
coming
year.

CAR LO\D OF (((VISES: ARRIVK: 1 TOWELINGCotton
Henry Meadows arrived yesterday Laundry
morning with a cur loud of Kentucky FRENCH DRY CLEANERS The Model Cafe Huck __________7c., 8e., lOc. 15c. and 20c CRETONNES, DENIMS: ETC. I-
horses which he will dispose of i in Linen Crash, regular 12c. for --_______.__lOc
this section. LAUNDERERS Check Dish Toweling ______12I/2C., 15c., 18., 20c. Our Fall range is absolutely complete with all

WINTER PARK NOTES PHONE 88 I PURE LINEN IIUCK, Irish, 15 to 22 inches, 45c.:; the new combination colorings and designs. Ex

--- 50c., 59c., and C5c.TABLE; ceptional good values at these prices.
E. G. Pearson, of Jacksonville, was
in town for several hours yesterday.E. 15c: :;;c.. 29c. Sue, 40c, and 43c.;

)). Phillips, Florida distributorfor Hats and Men's LINENSA
Welch's grape juice, spent some Furnishings word to the vise. Thanksgiving Day will soon
hours calling upon his patrons in Win- be with us. On that day of days every housewife EXTRA
ter Park yesterday.B. SPECIAL IN SLIPS
will strive to make her table look more attractive

than ever, and table linen wil be chief
L. Swygert, of the Pittsburgh Shamrock Make
45x38V&, 35c. pair
Water Meter company, was in the city means to that end. Avail yourself then of the worth
yesterday afternoon, drumming up We have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles exceptional values we are offering for three days. 50 cents.

business for his firm. and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes OUR SPECIAL LINE in pure Irish Linen, grass

Mr. Jacob George and wife, who and Men's Furnishings. bleached, 72 inches wide, $1.50 value for $1.15In
have been spending the summer visiting an exceptionally range of designs, napkins to
points in Georgia and Carolina, match many of the patterns. CURTAINS ANR CURTAIN SCRIMS
have returned to their home in Win-
ter Park.A Other prices 65c: 73c.; $1.00, $1.75; $2.00 and $2.50
NAPKINS to match many of the patterns at The business we do in this section of the store: is

party consisting Ed. F. Keezel, W. H. SCHULTZAt special prices also. almost a wholesale one, the reason is plain-
Abe Hunter, Ben Freer, and Mr. Gilbert -
+ and !son; left by auto early yesterday right prices-test us during the sale, we'll sur-
morning for Daytona to enjoya the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. DOMESTICS prise you.NOTTINGHAM.
day's fishing at the Inlet.
Winter Park" SHEETING, 6--1. G-4, 7-4, 8-4.
ORANGE orNTY PIONEERS AT Florida Bleached, ISc., 20c.. 25c., 32c. LACE: CURTAINS, White and

FAIR: CiROF.NDSYESTERDAY) Unbleached, I8e.. 20c. ecru. Special prices}

TICKINGS, Feather and Mattress,
(Continued from pace II I Prices lOc., 124ie., 15e.. 18<
the hi!ti>Hcal) fact i-nhoet-hihg/ (beearly MMMMititMltMMMIIMMMMHMiMII'tMHWinter . PILLOW TUfitNd, 42 Inches ahd 4o inches, UonJet-ed 11, !g. Etamthe, white ahd eCrue,
lil..toMr of this! shah the other Prices ISC' io 20 6.AWNtNfl ,
counties in the( Stale of rWiiln.\ attdplesettltlg gtiltPEti rolofs t 15e, value for 104Ss1'Iu1tt
new
( < of ,fur ileeiU fultne-e of the hetnlhtls Pluheete! Uiecitiie oflis.rbla Park Auto Co. 1'fieea ;20
t tiANl'M41)UL't) 1 e deg 10} t-.t U ot '
"lie I It revived that( (lie l IthHlltti Pile! anil 3-*?. Sfc. tilll forDicksonIves I lits
CtMlMX\, huhpela', Aoom'trtllMti' III ate
hulas' s U'llVPI-Ul'lt' Haopinl'lpll" ."H'm,1,1. -
l'., .. lit the inventor anal t M the BUICK and FORD CARS
Htat I 1-a !lelatutaf the Iittl t of
Furi4| | | thai burnt pUn Paverinif! the
t futir! J elate' Im tieviae.| wlipitliy such i i

data that the ran history be collected of Florida'and pre pray rvedt be .! Repairing, Painting and Auto j'

reserved for this and future genera'Jons" Co

Supplies ;
fhe resolution carried unanimously.
The request was then made of the
secretary that copies of this. resolu- :
tion be furnished to the Governor of
.
the State of Florida and to members 1I0rla do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando Fla.Winter
of the next Legislature, and that this OPEN DAY AND NIGHT : .
resolution be spread upon the minutesof : ,
this Association.Mr. ,
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(rlanhn nrirtij I Favorite TODXVS PROGRAM: IF "Get It At Allen's"


Thanhouser. "Which Shall It Be."
I A drama, in two parts. Founded on ssM'
AT THE ROSXHND' CLUB YESTERDAY A GREAT :MESSAGE the old Fifth Reader poem of the
delivered.
Last night Mr Holcomb ,same name.
t' At the Rosalind Club yesterday an :a splendid sermon to the largest audi- Majestic "The Kid Magician"Pathe.
his
auction bridge tournament formed the ence of the week choosing for "Romance of Elaine "The
f entertainment for the afternoon. The theme John 15.16 subject "Prun- Conspirators," in two parts.
dub interior was prettily decorated ing." At the close of the sermon See Elaine in the foreigner's ship- .
and play commenced promptly at 3 hundreds came forward expressing the the ship bombarded by a field gun anda
o'clock.lrs.. W. R. O'Neal chairman cheerful willingness to submit to company of U. S. soldiers-the At-
Mrs. Gaston Edwards :Mrs.Flor- Divine pruning that thereby they lantic cable about to be severed' -and J rt: cat' J
r. y ence Beardall and Miss Ada Bumbywas might become better fruit-bearers in a hydroaeroplane about to descenddo H II
The the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. climax
the committee in charge. not these things make a Sf'1w.
captains for the tournament were The morning meeting was excep- you are anxious to see* It's all on aG3.t1
Mrs. H. L. Beeman and Mrs. L. H. tionally well attended. There were a the film. See it!
o'clock
Gedge. Mrs. Beeman had the "blue" dozen conversions at the two Admission adults lOc, children 5c. 0
several
and Mrs. Gedge the "red" team and young people's meeting and meetings.The o We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have
when the score was counted Mrs. among the cottage prayer
Gedge's side won. Each captain received noon meeting for men was deeply ORANGE' COUNTY PlOEERS..ATFAIR hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
a lovely box of candy which spiritual and profitable. GROUNDS'
was shared with the pla>'ers. lea Program for Today YESTERDAY only 2a C., including engraving, and they are very popular.
and cake were served. Next Thurs. 10:30-Preaching service. with
day afternoon a musicale will be the I 11:45 a. m.-Prayer for and (Continued from page .a I)
form of entertainment. business men in Cot. T. J. Watkins'office. compile the historical data, submit it
f I children, to the properly authorized committee ALLEN & CO. EwE ERS,
and
DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 2 p. m.-Young people A ho shall edit it and send the same in ,
NATIONAL' led by Mrs. Jeter. to the official of the State Association
organ
MEETINGSan 2.30 p. m.-Church service for women for publication This form. .d)
CincinnatiDealer Francisco, Cal. Oct. 21.-More led by Mrs. Jeter. This service [inp< a general repository for the history IL I01:1 .
than} 200 delegates: from man:,* stvteg will be in lieu of the cottage pra'ermeetings. of thj state
gathered here for the opening: action! Pupils lie also seated to the Association
of the twenty-recond annual con "n- 7:30 p. m.--School service that within ten days he has solicited
.''ie Ur.itPtl Taughtem of the and tei4'-hers of all city schools fine in. advertisements! and subscriptions for Unusual DesignsSome
\ited! Mr I Jeter will do nome
will
Confe' acy. Th convention men a pubhcal'on: and found that the
which alwaysphases
'
contlr fr .hl"! : sunuln.r cartoon work. business wovll. pay ai nn investment ,
nulu ell! l wouljilltngiy people In fact, n great many
The ," al' niiil had Pirn found men that
the tttii. I "nifniorlal ho r" tn the lItutd-nelt day. %- ! : iiitvpt! money In such n puti myim; i prefer unique| and original' rlTpctsin
Mlt*..u ;,,,;;:;, t 'e !xrxtMt,on, ut1da1-lHltle school, y.4"i:ened.n. m. illation: : ; $ welt decoration*. We nntdwl! |
{t' ,tc to t nu .I'K'I'* I haloes. nf' church will I le o).: < m The l.u"II"1I1I! | of the ApKoiltttlon ,I'O: three demands and always curry In
and| tats !
|I'
11
"I '' '' l'rrtlrh''t" n m. rf/r
I ourtclonti
the
: . In the lIut1..1",1 for t jiirMtit' v- dllTerentfrom
Says :...,.. 'I 1 ft. nt. i "" ting for women ".,.to'itlit tens U"IIttI"I. #_ aili stork winvllilni: entirelyyou
,. '0:11!,'/ ,I !' 11.11 Stprrn*, ut ,'llUltlt I.. J. liOl.I,1NS! Secretary. & ,.th""II. wm\\\ cull\ hen orrq
"I'n.thlL V'is"", 'vi l *> lut. r"+11111"1.-I IPU :8 |I', in., nurtliitj for men. will\ \H' send| our umplt book I to you?
.. .. l Urrpltu UK I'ml \\eiUlter lust Sun- T ;err'
,, in li'I |
t\\ tv I's < d.
!
11111'i\ input crowd was !I. O. (1. M I. $tIIklittTwenty \(\ r---- - --- :=----4
I il!I"' mini hmtWo day ttfuinoon 14 : %
.In'1. \ t i tin\ :
weather> \
f : '"building i.iPwfnt, will\\ ills iloultlleM teller\ I loe nixed t" member of the Ix>ynl Order t T' Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
of MIMIRO fiont Hlaainume attfiultd -
'l.1lembtts .
; >' Club Its enpacity.Next week will with a series II smoker\ und gtt-togrther nt 205 S. Orange Avenue
were the truest of Mi8.:) Phil Sl lemons mtettng open. :Monday night, the local Mouse \\fdnesday night 261
Phone
IVe.lnesday aftei noon 1'ust; curds: of feptHtal(i liu.sinc.i.folks; Tuesday and The occasion Wl1\ very merry one COLEMAN & RHAN
suggestive! of llullufcVn nude utxtractivetallies for Federation and was a "return engagement" of
have in the The prizes dalntyentlertsT.lered f 1\edneida)' nighta State the Orlando Moose
"We : handkerchiefs, went to i* 15: l>le Class Workers; Thursday the smoker given:
Industrial night; Friday night, at KisMmmee some weeks ago Jack
night
Mr*. Hal i'.eardall men and women. Dale was elected dictator of the lodge
placedover The club will l>e entertained in two fof professional following Harry Gauthier's resigna-
evangelistvill
past year So nday morning the
.
week. by Mrs. Bumby.ANNOUNCEMENT "The Bethany Home"-a tion.
preach on I HAND
250 DODGE ' OF MX RBI AGE sermon full of all the tenderness of i I II I CAREY
'
the Gospel. 'BIt'ITIOOW.
following announcement will be PLENTY OF \ .
The interest---- School Night Tonight I IWSSI.SttU' : : NOT:
of
terri- Nicholas Ittner announces the Reserved seats in main auditoriumfor bPVRE IT DIRECTOR
Cars in your "Mr of his daughter, Jean to school teachers and pupils. Young FUNERAL
marriage Mr Marion Fitzhugh McDonald, on people's chair-special. Jeter's pictures London-A dispatch to the Daily
and Thursday, October the twenty-first, will be amusing and attractive. Mail from Odessa, Russia, says: AND EMBALMER\
tory, just as an nineteen hundred and fifteen at Apopka lie will draw a picture of"the Holcomb"little "A new order has been issued to
Florida." red school house on a hill our southern armies not to spare am-
of the ... will preach on a choice subject for munition. The ammunition suppliesare i
illustration
choice peopleOSTEOPATHIC. fully organized, and the out
CONCORD' PARK L. A. MEETING: now answered Promptly Dayor
calls
There will be a called meeting of put at present is several times whatit j All
satisfaction theyare the Concord Park Ladies' Aid Societyat I PHYSICIAN. AND was four months ago." I Block.
Hand
:Mrs Thompson's home "The Over- SURGEON Night.
at 2:30 o'clock. Important osteopathic physicianand '
look, Friday Dr. Howell CONSUL: GENFRVL SKINNER ON
giving will say business. All members are urgedto surgeon, announces that he has W.\Y HOME Florida.PHONE
attend. returned from Harvard University Orlando .
where he took post graduate work in London Oct. 21.-Robert P. Skinner ,
that a DODGE Beginning Friday, October 22, and eye, ear nose and throat diseases. American consul general at Lon- 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
continuing Saturday and Monday, we Also physical diagnosis (nerves don, departed this morning for Falmouth -
will sell 10 yards of best calico for 25 heart lungs, kidneys and other viscera whence he was to sail this afternoon ',
owner has just reported -cents. Sold only 10 to 10:30 o'clocka. ), and electrotherapy and contagious for New York on the steamship -
m-, and 10 yards to each customer. diseases. Office Cheney building Rotterdam.lr.:\ Skinner will go
At II Kanner's Great Annual Sale.11021dltwlt. opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- to Washington to report on trade conditions MMMMIMM
to us that phone Office 617; residence 1018. with particular reference to MtHlitHMtMt ltttllllMIMMMIMi
the effect of war regulations on

he had just return- American commerce

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CURTISVILLLUI R XNEAIi j
ed from a trip to FRANK A.
FOR SALE-New 1916 Hudson 6-40,
7 passenger touring car. Price reasonable -
Buffalo in his Box 495, city. 10-22-3t.

NOTICE guarantee all my worl
DODGE Car oh and would be pleased to hear from
it. D. C. Baldwin, typewriter repairer -
Orland hotel. 10-22-31' .

which he averaged YOU CAN DOUBLE jour mone) CURTIS & O'NEAL
quickly on a few Orlando building

25 miles to gallonof .i) t ii iif iii lots small; high payments and desirable if desired.; price Box low 5;.

Formosa lorida 10-22-6t. Real Estate |
gasoline, and Insurance Loans

6 fi L w BUILDING' MATERIALS AND

the oil ESTIMATESWe Rentals
consump- are prepared to furnish esti
mates on lumber and building material .
tion was so small of all kinds. Give our service ;
trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.

that it was hardly 10-19-20t.

INGLENOOK CAKE AND

noticable. CANDY PARLOR

ESTABLISHED IMfl

Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches: .
:: etc.
.
j Orders taken for parties. I
kia. Located in rear of Branch's Boo( I
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Store Arcade i


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The "HOOSIER" BeautyLet Pipes! Pipes! Pipes!



show today why you
us you
"Iff the
at
t We are selling black and galvanizeu pipe
:
should have this Cabinet r'r !
buying
before
best wholesale prices. Call on us

LV it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation
OSCAR HAND & SONSole
---- work you can save money by having us

\ Agents for Orange County Je t .1 cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

Phillips as you can install it yourself.

Bath Tubs Water Closets -
; We will also sell you ,

wholesale prices and your
i' and Lavatories at

I & Dr. Henry G. Hanchett may, have your preferred plumber fit them up if

to look at the "American"
Pianist and Teacher you desire. Do not forget

'< Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
:MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS
Adelphi National Park and Brenau Colleges. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories. r
't t Sons Uirectorlonteagle: and Florida Chautauquas. -S for five years. '.
Choral and Orchestral Societies. j
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (NY.) Churches.

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia.
Recitals Cornell Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar Smith, and .. F Joseph Raehn Co.
I and other Universities. Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs -
Lectures in all parts of the country.
lam
New :Music Studio ready Dee. let at 107 America Street. THE PIPE MAN i
Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St.
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ITEMS FROM) TAFT poses that they found-soil, location, CIIfLUOTA :\ E.UIS The hired girl has went-she Uue.; t.s .
was
marketing facilities all considered. registering: .it the San I an
i They intend settle Chuluota, Fla., Oct. 20.-A very hired, she was tired, she was fired; hotel yesterday included J. I>. Iri! >'". .
Taft. Fla.. Oct. :: O.-Geo. K. Thomas to. some twenty T.
.
RejnoldGeo.
Harry, Le .
siie
affair in school but smile V.
pleasant
families here this fall as a starter. our public -you can get another by
and II. II. Child transacted business I the "fair" zoo Tampa; Mr. and :Mrs.V.. H F'er. '...
in Orlando Thursday. with more to follow in the spring. was given by the school using our want ad. column.mm ..
.
Thoma".iIIeIrs.
Friday afternoon to exhibit the work Vdald: (U .
i Taft is bound to grow, like it's namI \-- ;tin
t Evidently the sight of "Old Glory" ]I sake. It can not be kept down, in of the school for the first six weeks. !Pensacola; T. G. McElroy, Si 1 I. ? .
floating in front of the school houseis spite of some knockers who would The school house was dec- I I.. S. Scroble. Miss Stella Ren.Kj. J
I not pleasing to some one, as the | kick if the Golden Gates were not orated with flags and pot plants anda BIG GET !I I'I. jnnes- 11. \\". Lyons C. M.i" <";1/:011I..
I rope was pulled out of the pulley by I polished on both sides.! The gentlemen profusion of cut flowers. The chil- <<<; >. Pilkmgton Jr.. W. I). p.tcfcV
j I some miscreant Friday night, making were assured of the hearty cooperation dren's work in all branches: and all F. (O. Rouse, Leo Tyler, Jack-oflv, ,
it necessary: to take the pole down to of the community. Now grades was mounted on strong paper J. F. Branch A. A. Cook. W h
I get the rope back. It is back in place I you just watch us grow. and tacked to the walls. There was a I I.'ll., -. J. R. Thornton, Joe T. B' II.TI.tnta .
again and the flag still floats. "Long Geo.'K. Thomas was in Orlando on goodly amount of work from the Leginner's KIDNEY TROUBLE .\ ; H. I). Stillwell. J. p c. *.
:M. :
may it wave. I' business grade to the finishers of the Mayer. Philadelphia; L. C \ m
I e". R. J. Brewer is on the sick ( Tuesday. grammar school. There was arithmetic "l'verew Orleans; "'. A. :Met-! r u
list and for the last two Sundays we I The recent heavy rain that nearly I spelling, English, drawing, map (Hori.e. Jr. (;eo C'ortt'h'ouew > .K:
have had no preaching in the chapel. drowned this part of Florida last I drawing, physiology, etc., besides the Take a glass of Salts before break&st II. P. Crook, J. R. C" on. Ralt.m; .-.
No spiritual adviser. A large delegation I week did r.o damage here, as our pressed and mounted work of the agriculture if Back hurts T. E. Walker, Boston; II. S. Walk.,
of the L. A. S. and others drove drains carried the water all away in a class with their box plants your or Bladder Akron; E. P. Thagard, Taaha)) e...
out to see him Sunday afternoon-so, short time-surface water all gone showing the germination of seeds, the bothers you.
I
as he could not come to his congregation the next morning. Orlando real estate seed corn, cowpeas, rice, and strawberry -
the congregation went out to -men, please take notice that Taft plants; all of the first month' Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
If him. They report him in bad shape was not under water while they were examination papers, history, The American men and women must 10 cents a week delivered.Dressmaking .
JcoJra"I
with sciatic rheumatism, somethingvery wading. phy, and physiology note books, ana I; guard constantly against Kidney trouble,
unusual' in this part of the coun many other things. All were vieing I because we eat too much and all our food
try. with one another to be examined by is rich. Our blood is filled with uria
Mrs Minnie Riley is making a NOTES FROM \\ INDERMEREWindermere. the visitors. The school was called to acid which the kidneys strive to filter ParlorMiss
lengthy visit in Orlando. order at 2:15. All lined up and out, they weaken from overwork, become
Work has commenced on the trans- marched into their places (the visitors sluggish; the eliminative tissues clog and
of Filbert's Fla., Oct. 19.! -Mr. the result is kidney trouble
formation Mrs. concrete being already seated); then after bladder
block, recently purchased by Mr. Rizk, M. R. Vaughn spent several days in singing several songs learned this weakness and a general decline in health.
of Orlando. The partitions are all to Dade City last week \isiting his par- term, the smaller children were dismissed When your kidneys feel like lumps of Margaret R. Hamiltonfor
be taken out and the entire lower and the teachers and the older lead; your back hurts or the urine is '
floor to be used for a store, the roofto ents.Mr. children conducted the visitors, around cloudy, full of sediment or you are
Sold he raised, making it a two story S. S. Griffin, with a party of the rooms, pointing out everythingand obliged) to seek relief two or three time: present located at 107 S. Or-
building, for living tooms over the friends, was visitor in Windermere explaining fully the whys and during the night: if you utTer with sickheadache Ave
store, and other improvements which last Saturday. wherefores. or Jiz y, nervous spells, acivl ange
will make it an up to date block. Almost the entire neighborhood waprtc'sent stomach, or you have, rheumatism when
Thomas is the There was a well attended meetingof the weather is bad,
Geo. K. getting ma and expressed themselves amore pet from your pharmacist
terial ready for building a two story the board of trade last Monday than pleased with the school and about four ounces of Jad Salts;
front and porches to his residence on night. Plans are being perfected for its work. Our oldest trustee declared take a tablespoonful in a glass of The public and all former
Sixth avenue. active winter campaign.Mr. it was the first of its kind ever held water before breakfast for a few days
The Smith cottage, on Third ave- an in Chuluota' and he believed that we and your kidneys will then act fine. patrons i invited to call.
nue, now owned by II. Tice, is near- Allen, of the Osceola Hardware may claim the honor of having the This famous salts is made from the acid
ing completion and will be occupied company, Kissimmee, is placing the first "school fair" chen in Seminole of grapes and lemon juice, combined with
by AI. Ellison: as soon as finished. AI. plumbing on the newly completed county. lithia, and has been used for generations
wishing to get in where his childrencan fur only disappointment was the to flush and stimulate clod kidneys
third floor of Rossmore Inn this week. ; Auto
Quick attend school. And, by the way, l absenceof our county superintendentof to neutralize the acids in the urine BO it LiveryPhone
our school under the management of I .Mr. and Jlrs. L. Koehne, of Gotha. public instruction, who could not no longer is a source of Irritation, thin
Prof. M. M. Ditter is A-No. 1, and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. reach us owing to the high water. ending bladder disorders. 632J.
people are moving into town so that G. Geier. Mrs. Koehne has just re- Our teachers, Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs, Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
their children can attend. Our school principal, and her sister, Miss Sadia jure, makes a delightful effervescent E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.
building! is a commodious one, and-we turned from spending a delightful Blackburn, as assistant, certainly deserve lithia-water beverage, and belongs: in
are pleased that the reputation of our summer in Indianapolis, Baltimore, lots of credit for the first six every home, because nobody can makea Two Cars in Service for Day or
school is filling it up. Come on, thereis Atlantic City and other Northern weeks of school. mistake by having a good kidney flush
room for more. ing any tirry. I Night Calls
A large and enthusiastic meetingwas points.Mr.
held at the school house Tuesday and Mrs. C. E. Brigham, with Best and Promptest
afternoon ((1 suppose to be a genuine Mrs. Brigham's mother, Mrs. Scott,
Floridian I should say "evening" for have moved into their own cottage,on Auto "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
any time after 12 o'clock, noon) to Livery
form a booster's club and also to which they have had many improvements -
hear from Messrs. Andrews and Rid. I made since their arrival here I Service to DeLaney Drug Co.

Corner representatives who recently purchased of the land a large company last Mr.week.and Mrs. W. E. Marsh have I I Telephone No.) 2
prop tract of land adjacent to Taft. They I 5-PASSENGER
talked very fair and encouraging- arrived in Windermere and will spend
saying that they were going to have the winter in their cottage, "The
erty 380 feet one land sale at least without misrep- Ohio," on Butler avenue. Before her Just received a full line of the f?mous Johnston -
resentation that they were not goingto
try to make; people believe that they marriage Mrs. Marsh was Miss Eliz- BUICK CARWe Milwaukee Candies-the sweetest of all
could break up this raw land and immediately abeth Palmer, and she surprised her
by 418 on street raise! a crop without any many friends upon her return from sweets.
fertilizers. also said that before
purchasing They here they looked all the North where she spent a coupleof call anywhere at any timeGonLn's Our soda expert has arrived from Potter's Diug
over Florida the vicinity of Tampa, months by announcing her marriage -
that has brick
down the gulf coast, Pensacola, and to Mr. Marsh on September 20. Store, Tampa, and will furnish a Menu not to

etc.down, and the finally east coast selected, the this Everdades.proposition extended Congratulations the happy and couple.good wishes are I' j Transfer Co, be excelled in the city. We=give Savings Checks.J. .
the for all
piled on side at Taft as best pur- I
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
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HAULING OF ALL KINDS ,I D. WOODBECK Manager
and will be

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paved within

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2 weeks. Will I | "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree



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cut into 16 lots. ? -
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Think of that I

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east side ten 1 1i .

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t Quality Pro-
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Get It Telephone Yr
..( .! '2 I duction.--O.W.
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.' Quick i ] No 28

'X Conner.

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Your or Trees like these will work for
Just call when you need anything you while you sleep. They can't be
grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
for the office, from "pins to

Money printing," and we'll haveitthere RUSHIn t
a jiffy. We are featuring
9
won't tESl-pjEQ Forms and Binders Orders Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAIIA

time-saving tricks for every busi- NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

ness office nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

grow by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

W. S. BRANCH, trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

in THE AUCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery production -

What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

your Coquinna RockJust interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
time and money to bring it into bearing.

sock Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

received a car load of Coquinna Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

Rock from Daytona, Fla. Anyone work in California has demonstrated that nn increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

A-ay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents In

wishing this material for trimming comparison? CATALOGUE FREE--Write for It.


porches, mantles or any other orna !


Carl Dun D mental work will do well to call at my : Ocklawaha Nurseries


stone yard 103 W. Livingstone Avenue'

0. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida

near Fair Ground.


---- ii G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida



j FRANK HYERS
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72


Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-

Davis & McNeill Block
.l I Vo. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland Eta


F. A. PEPPERCORN


NT .s :' BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone

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I R. RAY WHITE

Morning Sentinel Want I
i ia the Greatest Want ATTORXEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
in Orlando.

Cash in Advance. Room 44Vatkins & SALLAS

: Block Orlando, Fla.
; RATES 20S Boone Street

Day _____________25t
Day ____________50c Phone 597.
hay- __________.____75c
I ; Month _________.--$%.:50
rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
!! or less. If the ad con- BRYANDENTIST
DR. N. L.
: than 25 words the rate
one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
word, for each In
ARCHITECT
can't ad to Phone 716
bring your
For the and telephone No. 24, Ac McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
Chilly Mornings opened by telephone will be Roomg 2 nnd 3- Florida.
the following day.
'ellDuckworthSURVEYING Bldg
YONN
When the mornings. ure cold and the d.ijs. me warm, you Milt find ti !! \
jour room moat (0")'. Before the furnace i.< light rl. n little huvli-r of thli \ Home Every 1JIlIlIn '.- Member F. A. A.

in the cool evening: when )'OU wish to rrud l by the evening lamp In the : ')Sentinel Man 1 hu Want u.e Ad.for a

thu bathroom breakfast room really c.mroltll"I" Dr. F. F. Thompson I


':, I'OR( IttiNT-- lIuu"".,
A Little Gas Heater Makes and unfurnished\ AUo Plating and Sub-DMdlng Dentist
.' lota. Cull gad! ace what
to offer "before you l buy or
lfII, II. B. Leuke, 45 Hast: 1'liu\ I'KOMIT ANt ACCURATE
(itm Heaters of vnrloui sizes and types j may he had ut n price within tho :312 Rroudway. Phone 179 WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
of gag U I very slight considering! the cheer and warmth whkh they lninjr. mu'

uahto nil through the Tall anti even during the \\lnttr they will l bu \'? HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & 0'Neal'a
; CHEAP One Fox
tjpe-
Ing severe weather. May we Five you further tmr-ticuluni um| |1'1'1-? -
(invisible), good nx new;;
grist! mill, brand! ne\\ Will Civil Engineer
for $25: cuxh. S. V. Bunting

; strut, city. 10-17-Ot* 47 Wntklns llldjr. Orlando, I lft.

\1.1':Strn\\bcrry; 'i.lantu, Mi- .,
ORLANDO WATER & 1')', Klundjke utul l Excelsior: Phone 72
Now is the time to vet out
Inquire J. II. Gould, :South -
strut and tlrunvc n\t GAS DEPARTMENT : a 2i. 10.1 l.1: lt': Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELl

: : of very dvxirublo 40 aero and Counsellor at Lawlav'i3 OPTOMETRIST
ORLANDO . FLORIDA
improved farm finds\ i It

to go North. Will aril n1. *I FIT GLASSES GRIND LEN8BI
: Beautiful lake fiont
: . & McNeil Illdg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
house Address Owner
MM .... . .. ... .... ... $ 10-16-01 ORLANDO, FLA. omCAl KJCPATJOlfOBEAUTIFY
--
.\ OR Tn.\DJ.-.J:! acres,
:" two lakes, dwelling, out- FOR fXCIIAXGF.-$50 hammerless YOUR HOMES:
!1. :t-4 mile station; 1,000 nur- Parker double barrelled shotgunfor The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
10203t'w.; ; house and two lots in Kis- well trained bird dog. Address will bring in a car of fine palms the
R. P. Gilpin, Winter Home, "Gun" care Sentinel. 10-20-tf coming week.. Any one wishing his
10-19-6tc services and experience will please
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS BUYERS AND SELLERSI drop him a card at once, and he will
I .\ -Model 27 Buick; good call to see you and make you hard
Write Box 567. buy, sell, rent and exchange real time prices. For reference see the
!> at 411 North Orange avenue
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., palms
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll over 30 years. Have handled over set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney,
sale rent
for
HOME or : 20000000. Call and see me. Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
7 rooms and bath 2 sleeping 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
heating plant; is modern i(J BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
: Smaller 7 room house, Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS. headquarters for all kinds of
Mrs. Wherry 106 East D. Lee twice a day from Spring bulbs aril seeds. Call in and see
9 30-lmo Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
a\enue. Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. them.

the leading varieties of Orange SALE-A MONEY MAKER Magruder 1-9-30-lmoc, number 583-R. 206 10-10-tfc S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.


fruit Trees in fine condition at the arranged 14 room for light House housekeep, on orick $:;0 REWARDFor GENERAL STORE FOR SALE-In

Splendid location; large lot. country near Orlando; small investment
prices :: :: Owner 1C W. Concord Ave. return of Ford car, stolen Satur- ; A-l proposition. For particu-
day night in front of Yancey's meat' lars address II. N. care Sentinel.
market. Engine, No. 6244278. 10-20-3tc

QUICK SALE-20 acre tract cense No. 11,997, county 024. Li-l SALE-Buick roadster de
10-19-6t FOR ;
mile from city limits; model. Ed Hastings.
quarter mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
for citrus or subdivision pur Ford
completely equipped; a bargain.
Umbrellas! i-oeovered and repaired
See Carl Dann.
-- - -- $100 per acre. Garage, 32 East Church street.
"
"while you wait. ax Young's Repair 1020tfcA

Shop, 21 E. Pine St.

for : : WANTED GOOD INVESTMENTWhy :
> Send today Catalog, Description TRACY &. SO\IERVILLE-Carpen- permit your money to remain
\ to hear Walt Hoi
and cabinet makers. Screen
ters small rate of interest
idle or draw a
prices to the above preach Methodist church, doors and windows frames sleeping when you can have an investment
and 7:30 o'clock daily; and see showcases
porches, counters, shelving, yielding eight per cent. net for ten
i I pictures. J. B. Lej; pas- refrigerators, alterations and ;years or longer. We handle only
10-20.1wkc
additions. We keep a number of guaranteed income investments mortgages -
skilled! workmen constantly on hand. or improved city property If
-A reliable competent 18 East Church street. 10-17-1mo. desire a regular income we can
MtMMIMtiMMMMM'' , " " , '. , servant, willing to go to you furnish it. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
I II ; best wages. Call phone 221.1 LAWN MOWERS sharpened and 10-20-10tc
tc. repaired at Orlando Bicycle; and
I Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc
-Good machinist to work OUR HOME PLAN
\ Park. Must be able to Fish and oysters received daily.II. .
automobiles and not a u er of M. Self &. Co. 1-10-6-tfc' 21.67 monthly for 10 years
: Apply at 408 S. West St, 20-58 monthly for 10 ;)"ears.2S. .
6::GO; to 7 p. m. 10-16-tf NOTICE .M monthly for 10 years.
JO.M) monthly for 10 ;)'ears.
; -To 'list all kinds of prop Notice is hereby given that Mac 5293 monthly for 10 ;)'ears.
for sale or rent. 1 am having Tallman has !'e\ered" all connectionwith 34.M monthly for 10 years
FOR RENT applications for houses, fur- the Grand and Lucerne theatres. i i :',r.So: monthly for 10 ;j ears
I and unfurnished. Iill be (Signed) GRANDMUSLMEXT: Pick out jour home or ;jour lot,
list what you have.Irs.. COMPANY. and we will build you a home. We
Leake, 45 East Pine street. 10-16-tft: By H. Beacham Jr I handle investments and building ma-
i 179 10-S-dw-lmo terial. A. B COOK &. CO., Orlando.
a !; Elder Spring M0-21-6tc
Delivered every daj; I
Fine Corner Store from -Clean' rags at Sentinel Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &.
1013tfMISCELLANEOUS Company, Rock building. 1-10-16-tfc Protect your car with transfer gold
I I letters--your initials-which can't betaken
November 1st. SKATING RINK off Our painter can do the
; work. Phillips Garage 10-21-3tc

t I IX POSITION to sell ex Until further notice ladies admittedfree
or rent jour; city and count; at night, except special occasions.
I ;). Call and see us. Geo. T. 1-10-13-tfc
., Rock building, Room, 3.
I I When in need of a veterinary canon CLINT BASSPHONE
,i Dr. A. F. Richmond Formosa Fla.
A.
C. HOVEY
I I PLANTS Wakefield 375
i 'Soc. per 100; 50c. for 200; CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
I for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post- limited number of persons. Pleas- West Jefferson Street
Tomato and eggplants, same< ant rooms in new home. All modern I
I Succc* or to
: Also furnished
; Large "Favorite" dry land conveniences. rooms
plants, 5 for 50c. Fred :\1. for housekeeping Mrs. Gertrude I
\ Pine Castle, Fla.10-S-d&w-tf of Seymour Lake ,Eo".a.nurse, 14 High street 10-8-lmoc east Hand Wood CompanyWood


- - -- \ TREES-Valencias-, Par- CARPENTER AND CONTRACTORWork of All Kinds
- : Browns, and tangerines; rough wanted by able wood work.'I SERVICE
j sour and grapefruit stock from er. Efficient in all branches of bcnld- PROMPT
,I I 1ger Hammock Nursery for sale ing. Estimates furnished: on any job, REASONABLE PRICE
Try a Sentinel Want Ads I by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula large or small F. B. Click, R. R.I. j
Route 2. 9-23-lmoc 10-26-6t



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL I MMIilllll M . . , & . " , , , .


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

Mrs. E. J. Hunt, of ilineola, is in i
Travel in Panama Orlando visiting her son, Mr. John
Hunt, on West street.

and everywhere on American territory, is simplified by "A.BJV.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they aye Drink Elder Spring Water. See or
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock
The Alliesof
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques building. 1-10-16-tfc
are itlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for

business or pleasure. Mrs. M. A. Stewart, of Titusville,
The State Bank of Orlando is expected in Orlando today to visit
her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Johnson, 40t
East Jackson street. this institution are


RIDE in Ham rick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles .for 30c. 8-28-tfc

Courtesy to everyone;
Mr. A. R. Bojrue returned last evening -
rl from a business trip to Jacksonville -
Liberality to worthy customers
and points on the East Coast in ;
the interest of Chase & Company.
0How Loyalty to Community WeJlfare;

much did you save last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf Efficiency in every department;


Mrs. B. C. Nichols, who has been Stability assured by Govern-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turner, at
203 Ruth street, left yesterday after
noon for her home on Anna Maria ment Supervision.and .
Key.

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

Mrs. Renslow, who has spent the force the business of
summer at Boston, Mass., has returned -
to Orlando and is again occupying .
her winter home, 9 South Lake
street. -


Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them rn1 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-tl The Peoples National Bank

Among the transportation men visiting -
Orlando yesterday were: Jos.E. .
I'hipps, of the M. & O.; A. G. Enlist with us!
Payne, L. A. Dueller, T. II. B. Rouk,
of the L. & N.. and S... J. Brown, of
the S. A. L.


HUPMOBlLEI Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
I I lg-18-tf!: "

Congressman W. J. Sears arrivedin
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
Kissimmee and spent several hours
"Where there'slife
greeting friends. lie remained over
and attended the "big doings" at the " " ' IIIIII '

there's Hupp" Elks Home last e>"enmg.
....
1' *' 'JI'I""fll""I" 11111I"I'I'IJII" " " ,
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them e.lmI per cent. interest for


J. P. HOLBROOK Dealer /ou.Master Wilfred Keel arrived 8-12-tf in The Gasoline Problem Solved

,
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
Jacksonville. lie is the nephew of
Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Ram.sdell and will
make his home with them while at-
tending school. FuelineGuaranteed

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.


18-21-tf at least 20 cent mileage back. A concentrated
per more or money highly
II II Mr. Allan Cohoon, who has spent

several of weeks the on Cohoon the road Packing in the company interest -- combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of

returned to Orlando yesterday carbon.
afternoon over the Coast Line from a

-LV :successful took him trip.through Mr. Cohoon's the Carolinas itinerary Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -

Ohio Tennessee, and ,Illinois.Virginia, Pennsylvania;) a film-like spray of oil-like an atom izer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
\
chambers, preventing carbon oxide.5c. .
Bulbs, Italian rye, nasturtium, and
garden seeds, fresh at McElroy's
a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.
Pharmacy. l-10-20-3t

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jordan have returned -
Stop Thief! to Orlando from a visit of five
months to their former home in New.
market; N. H. This estimable couple
have been coming to Florida for the San Juan Garage Company i i
Make ;your Ford car thief proof. I have past eighteen years and have chargeof
the culinary department at the San
the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed Juan hotel. They also own a very
beautiful orange prove near Orlando '
on your car. and bright and early yesterday morn- Orlando -Daytona
ing Mr. Jordan went out to look it
over.

F. G. RUSHPhone How much did save last monthin
you MIM .iMMiMIMIIMlMMMMUMMOlii4MMMM ,
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf MMMIIIMilMIMMI . *+*

226.WEDDING .
LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL II II III . 1 1111 *. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 le't+++I

Trains in the Early Days
A woman, I imagine, is never anx- Be Your Executor?
Will
ious to impress upon one the fact that Who
she is an old settler; but I suppose I
am, as I bought land in Orange count
). south of Oakland, in 18S2. and thj
ANSWER NO. 2
iifyt year came down to take a look
at it Your estate may be materially impaired as a
The train travelled at a \"eTleis-
-
l.rv' rate. and I saw two of the train direct result of the appointment of an executor
__ J. . . . . . . . . . . . lllll. . . . . . li b.is jump off the fore end of the or trustee.
train and rush to a see-saw plank on
i a log. They took two or three swings When an individual is appointed

then. rushed for the train, and caughtit. The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

A little later on, on the same train. is usually provided in wills that the person .
a lady;) correspondent for some Northern nominated to serve as executor shall be excused :_
}
newspaper, escorted by two gentlemen -
GIFTSWhat who were showing her Flor- from giving bonds. 4 T

ida, was taken out to the platform to When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense 1 1 J
take a look, and when they returnedsome 4l 1e '
and then only partial secu-
one asked her: "What are they of the estate,

will the bride say of your gift? Will she look doing now*" and she replied" : "Oh, rity against loss is provided. ; { t
behind.
they are pushing
at it and say languidly, "That is very pretty"-or will This can hardly he a reflection on When a Trust Company is selected- t rj ; -., .zr
Florida trains, as Mark Twain, while The positive advantage of strong financial re- .; t
and "Oh! I love traveling in the cattle country in the
she hug it to her breast say just this. is secured.A .
sponsibility
West was so struck bv the slow speedof
That is exactly the difference between buying the "or- the train that he asked the conductor bond which has behind it the entire financial
if he was not afraid that the
of the Institution is always filed with 2
dinary" gifts and the exquisite things one finds here at cows would get into the train and bite strength Probate Courtnst to the estate. }
the the
f=: f
passengers.MRS.. J.1.. :\LDEX.H. .
tf'
no greater cost. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue L ,: I

Kanner's Great Annual Sale begins X of this newspaper. 6w 4 : :
Friday. October 22. with the biggest -
bargains in shoes, dry goods,
clothing, ladies' misses' and children's Come in any time and freely ask for further t
ready to wear goods ever presented in information on this vitally important subject. 3 t .
Orlando. See our big circular. H. r
You are always welcome, and our office's are al-
Kanner's New York Bargain 8tore"II021dttwlt
T. H. EVANS ways glad to advise


The want ad's the thing. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


WELER DoctorsBiiekmastcr .

& Brimdaue!! Orlando Florida

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

Kirksville. Mo.
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National Bank. Phone 678. M" IMM " "Illlllll" ! "If IIMimt " " '." .

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