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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: October 27, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00545
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. MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915. NUMBER 221.

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N. Y. BOMB PLOT CREATES A PROBLEM OF






SERIOUS INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE



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U. S. SECRET SERVICE RECENT ZEPPELIN RAID ON

TAKES FULL CHARGEOF BERLIN AROUSED FUNSTON GIVENUNLIMITED SERBIANS GAIN AS

FAY CASE
LONDON KILLS ABOUT 200


AT LEAST ONE NATION INVOLVEDAnd BY BRUTALITYOF -- BRITISH S SHIP
New York.-Four or five times as conservative. FrederickV.. Whit-

many persons as officially stated in I ridge, president: of the Third Avenue

Officials Believe SituationIs the cabled report of the British: home Railway company learned that 154;
ALLIES I were killed. Most of the victims were POWERHEINFORCEIEXTS( IS SUNK
Far More Acute Than office were killed in the last Zeppelin
civilians, many of them women and
the Recent Dumba raid on London, according to passengers children.It .

Case on the American liner St. Paul, was admitted that the raid was
DECLARES ALLIES BOMBARDED : WILL BE SERBS RECAPTURE IMPORTANT -
which arrived here yesterday after- more destructive, as far as loss of

Washington, Oct. 26.Evidence DEADEAGATCH. !!noon from Liverpool the first vessel( life is concerned, than any previousraid RUSHED TO BORDER POINT; BRITISH

that officials of high councils in the UNFORTIFIED CITY to come here since the raid. I(I on London. The official reportof AT DOUGLAS, ARIZ. TRANSPORT SUNK

administration regard the widespread Thomas E. Adams, of this city, whois I the German marine ministry stated

munitions plot potential of international in the automobile business said he that the docks of London, the waterworks
complications as leaked out here- MANY ARE BURIED UNDER RUINS was told by a man in the admiraltythat at Hampton, and the town of DECISIVE BATTLE SOON TO STARTVilla ALUESROSHINGREINFORCEMENTSExpect

tonight. The United States secret I the number of killed would total Woolwich where the great arsenal is

300. Several other had located, were bombarded and that im-
service has taken full charge of the passengers
i But Couldn't Have Approached I Will Pit His Last 8,000 to Relieve Serbs in Short
Fay cage. heard that more than 00 lost their portant explosions and great fires oc-

Aided by agents of the departmentof Horror of Louvain Sack- ,lives and believed that estimate too curred. Men Against 20,000 of Time-London Shoots

justice facts will soon be ascer- Loss of German the Carranza Spies-Italy Is

tained and will then be submitted to
Cruiser BURNING MALLORY LINER Troops Active
the department of state. The state

department considers the bomb
Fay Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, Oct. Washington, Oct. .-Unlimited + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
plot the evidence thus far dis-
upon 26.The Overseas News Agency TOWED INTO CHARLESTON authority has been granted General + BRITISH TRANSPORT SUNK +
closed as one which involves the relations -
says: !Funston, in command on the Mexican + IN AEGEAN SEA +
toward this government and one
"German newspapets commentingon -- border, to enable him to safeguard + +
.. of the belligerents rather than one Charleston, S. C., Oct. 26.-At 2 streams of water the Coloradofor
the loss of the cruiser Prinz Adal- upon American lives and American inter- + London Oct. 26.-The war office +
affecting individuals. It is feared that bert, state that there have been sunk o'clock this morning the tugs Cecelia an hour before a line could be at- + announces that the British +
when all the facts are ascertained this ests.The
by German torpedoes sixteen Britishmen and Waban, of Charleston, which putto tached. She was towed in after eight order was issued on the eve ofa + transport Marquette has been +
plot may involve at least one nationas of war, one French, three Rus- hours of hard work, practically on battle which is expected to be in i> torpedoed by a submarine in the +
sea yesterday afternoon to render
a directing factor.
sian and three her beam end. full within few + of +
one Japanese. Only swing a days across Aegean sea. Njnety-nine
That President Wilson is giving aid to the burning Colorado, Mallory
German men of war-the Prinz Adal- The superstructure of the ship and the line from Douglas, Arizona, near + those aboard are unaccounted +
this latest munition plot expose his bert, Hela and the torpedo boat F-116 liner, from Charleston to New York, a good deal of her cargo are flame Agua Prieta, where Villa is about to + for. +

personal attention is evidenced by the -have been sunk by torpedoes. with cotton, entered port with the consumed, but the salvage will prob. send into action the only troops remaining + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
fact that President Gompers of the rescued freighter in tow. ably be large.
"Reports from Sofia say that the faithful to his standard,
American Federation of Labor had a The Charleston tugs at 4 o'clock' The origin of the fire is unknown.It .
greater part of the unfortified city of 8,000 in number, against a force of Terrific Italian Offensive
forty minutes conference at the White reached the burning steamer, abandoned is believed to have started in her
Deadeagatch was destroyed by the I 20,000 Carranzistas who hold the London, Oct. 26.-Italy still is ham-
House today. bombardment of the allied fleet. off this coast near Cape Ro- superstructure rather than in her town under General Calles. mering away at the Austrian front
Gompers was possessed with detailed
Twenty-five women and children were main. It was necessary to play cargo. Reinforcements to the beleaguered which is shaken but unbroken. It is
information regarding the latest -
killed and others were buried under defenders are hourly anticipate J in expected in London that the Italian
effort to tie munition steamers
up the ruins. The inhuman and brutal ten thousand troops which Carranza, offensive will prevent the Austrians
arid: cause a strike the long-
among CHARLTON CONVICTED MIGHT CONSIDER PEACE
deed of the British and French has with the assistance of this government from reinforcing their Balkan army.
shoremen. This he gave to the gov-
produced the deepest indignation."A is rushing through United Russia, by her stubborn defense of
ernment and upon it is based the in- -
demonstration organized in States territory to the scene of action Riga and Dvinsk and her continued
vestigatjons of the agents of the de- Como, Italy, Oct. 26.-Porter Charl- London, Oct. 26.-A report reached
Bucharest yesterday by friends of the and the engagement will probably offensive in Galicia, is keeping her op-
partment of justice. Inquiry is still I ton, the American, who killed his wifeat here today that Prince von Buelow,
entente powers was a complete fail- settle the fate of Villa in Mexico. points engaged busily along the
under way. their cottage on Lake Como, on former German chancellor, will short-
The Roumanian government had whole eastern front. In the west
ure.
It is understood that through his intimate June 19, 1910, will serve but twenty- ly submit to President Wilson and Secretary Garrison sent his mes-
taken energetic measures and the is evidence that the allies are
knowledge of labor affairs nine days as the sentence of the Ital- j|i King Alfonso, of Spain, an outline of sage conferring authority on Funston there
friends of the quadruple entente are for an offensive,
President Gompers has come into information ian court for the crime. The trial was the conditions on which Germany after urgent representation had been again preparing

concerning this last at- deeply depressed. concluded yesterday. The jury decided j|:might be disposed to discuss terms of made to him by Senator Ashurst of which may prevent the Germans from
"Installments paid in cash on the diverting of their forces there.
tempt to stop the supply and ship- that Charlton was not entirely peace. Arizona, who presented a telegramfrom any
ment of war materials. The attitudeof third German loan up to October 23 responsible mentally at the time he 1 I I The report is contained in a Reuter Mayor Kelly of Douglas declar-
amount to 8,732,000,000 marks ($2- Allied Aid for Serbia
the state department officials is killed his wife and sent her body floating I dispatch! from Madrid, and has not ing that Americans along the borderare
183,000,000)) or 72 cent. of the to- London Oct. 26.-Serbian troops
that these latest revelations point to per in a trunk upon the waters of I been corroborated from any other in great danger by reason of the ,

an intelligent and Insistent effort to tal." Lake Como and that there were extenuating I source. The dispatch gives as author- threatened decisive engagement. have recaptured Veles, south of Us-
the Saloniki-Nish railroad, according -
voilate the neutrality of the United circumstances. The fact I.pity Prince Camporeale, an Italian nobleman He also asked that more troops be kup on
States.If RELICS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN that he was in jail in the United who is a brother-in-law of rushed to their aid and expressed the to an official dispatch received -

those bombs were manufactured BRING GOOD PRICE States and Italy from 1910 until the I I. Prince von Buelow. The report was opinion that in order to properly safe- from Athens tonight. Other
state that it is
under orders from any foreign gov- present also had its effect. Less thana I first published in Madrid, the corre guard Americans United States troops Athens dispatches

ernment, or if its agents were New York, N. Y.-Abraham Lin- month hence Charlton will be a free I I spondent says, in the form of a mes- should be sent across the international semi-officially reported that the Bui.

financed by any government or its coln's book of examples in arithmetic ,man. He says he will at once return sage from Rome. boundary to stop the combat opposite garians advancing from Egri, Palan-
which he used as a school boy about I ka and Uskup, occupied Prizend in
-agl'nts. an international question of .to the United States, and to his par- Douglas.
grave importance, administration officials 1824 brought $240 at a sale here of ents, who have stood by him throughout CITY WILL NOT FIGHT INJUNCTION While the secretary of war author- the heart of Serbia and half way to

say is created.If Lincolniana from the library of JohnC. his ordeal. ized reinforcements to the 1,000 the Montenegrin frontier.
Burton. Another book on exam- Following a reported promise of
this is shown representations far United States troops on the border
more serious than those in the Dumba ples in compound interest sold for !SUFFS HOLD 12 HOUR MEETING I The city council met )yesterday and near Douglas for the express purposeof the entente allies to Serbia, that aid

case will be made to that government.It $115. Court papers filed by Lincoln New York; N. Y.-A twelve hour declined to fight the drainage injunc- preventing the Mexican combat- will reach the beleaguered Serbian

is to establish the exact status of and in his handwriting brought $85 to :street meeting at Fortieth street and I tion ordered against the city on be- ants from firing across the line, he army within five days, they are gath-

Fay and his associates that every $110. A postor advertising a speechby Fifth avenue with continuous speaking half of several citizens who desired tonight repeated that the troops will ering troops from all directions, andit

agency of the government has been Lincoln in favor of Harrison and today was one of the features of the to protect their property holdings.R. not leave United States soil, but that is reported that British, French and

placed at the disposal of the state department Tyler at Alton, Ill., in 1840, sold for closing week of the suffrage cam- L. Holland submitted a plan, whichhe to Funson's discretion has been left Russians are preparing to move to

in its effort to run these $210. paign here. Among the speakers will I said would thoroughly take care of the size of the reinforcements. the assistance of Serbia, while the

men to cover and learn all of the be Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Mrs. surplus water in southwestern Or- Germans, Austrians and Turks are

facts. Raymond Brown, Robert Adamson'lando. The council then adjourned, petting rapidly under way in an effortto

GERMAN LOSSES TOTAL and Dudley Field-Malone.- - l I|several minor matters being settled. ORLANDO MENWESLEYDELEGATES ADDRESS seek head to strike off the at entente the Bulgarians.forces which
EXI'OIITS STILL CROW{ - ------- -


Washington, Oct. 26.-New recordsfor 1 TWO MilLION: Florida Unveils Monument To London German Oct. Spy 26.-Executed One man was

weekly exports and trade balance :
were made last week. The depart shot to death today as a German spy,
LOSSES: OF CENTRAL Women Of The Confederacy been sentenced and
ment of commerce announced today TOTAL JOS. I.. GUERNSEY AND C. E.IIOWAKI another has a .
third I U to be tried by a court mar-
for the week ending IOWEnSPPHOXDI.Tf:
that exports ) WELCOME: : WESLEY : -

Saturday! were $9!>8,777,01G, which is FIVE: MILLION HEAVY: Jacksonville Flu, (). (I. :!Jrt.Th lIon. Theodore T. Turnbull, of Mon- : IIIIILK: CLASS FEDKK-: statements tial in the issued near future by the, official according press to.

about $25,000,000:! more favorable than any trade pre LOSSES IlETWEEN OCTO- talc's tribute to the women of theConfederacy I tic lIo, delivered the oration of the ATION TO ORLANDO.) bureau today.In .

,'IuusH''k, and the HER 11 AND :20. day. lie dwelt upon the loyalty and addition to these' the United
handsome monument
) about a
balance $7tGO9,40::, or
wan I deep seated love for the Lost Cause The opening session of the Florida State embassy announced that Mi-
$:: 3OOOOOO larger than the previous London Oct. :2(5.! -The Nieuwe Rottrrdamxche was unveiled in Confederate park, shown by the women of the Confed. Wesley Bible Class Federation openedat rhael J. (O'Conner an American.witha .

record. I Courunt, as quoted by this city, today. Governor Trammel!, erac)'. lie said that while the men I the Methodist church yesterday afternoon genuine passport, wan. detained upon

Import for the week were $:2S-! Iteuter'a Amsterdam correspondent United States Senator Fletcher, Gen. battled for" the principles of the Confederacy and was largely attended by MM arrival at Liverpool and will be

1 7,

to 20 at l u7,42i dead wounded and fleer of the "'Iorltldh"1slon, Unite th women, who at home faced the The delegates were welcomed to the or explanation U obtainable.
mm; LSIHS'OSTlSU.S) .: PARCEL missing. The total Prussian losses Confederate Veterans, and other men dangers and privations and terrors of city by Messrs. Jos. L. Guernsey andC.

: POST SKIIV1CK: : TO T11KUNITED are given as :2.021.078.: and women of prominence in social warfare uncomplainingly I lie said E. Howard.Mr. THE WEATHER

/ : STATES The newspaper says there have political and business life of the state, the men of the South owed them a Guernsey was introduced by

also been l issued :22S! Bavarian 209! took part in the ceremonies. The unveiling debt that can never be repaid and Temporary President Roberts. "On For Florida: Unsettled today probably
Berlin, Germany.-The parcel post
service to America has been discon Saxon, :286:! "'urttemher and 53 naval was witnessed by a large that the statue, as a memorial to the behalf of the church and city," said showers; moderate east wind,

tinued until further notice. No official casualty lists, as well as lists of crowd. women of the South, was a fitting Mr. Guernsey, "I extend to you the probably fresh over northwest portion -

4 reason is given. officers and under-officers with the Governor Trammell! introduced Senator tribute.At right hand of fellowship." He then .

Turkish army. Fletcher, who acted as presiding the close of Mr. Turnbull's ad. told briefly of the many beauties of

HIGHWAY COMMISSION MEETING : : The Courant figures the total losses officer. Bishop Edwin Weed delivered dress Mayor J. E. T. Bowden accepted Orlando and said that the conditions reived. He said the names of Wesley

TODAY to the central powers at 5,000,000. the invocation. Then followed presentation the memorial in behalf of the city. for a perfect consummation of the and Methodist should always be before -

of the matron of honor, :Mrs. Confederate veterans from all parts task before the federation could be the people. In a neat manner he

The recently organized state highway SPORTING BULLETINS Francis I' Fleming, of Jacksonville I of the state, and Daughters of the found in this beautiful city. He called compared the federation spirit to a

commission will hold a special and her attendants, who were: Miss Confederacy and Sons of Veterans, attention to the schools, churches. self starting apparatus on an auto.

meeting today in Orlando at M. M. New York, Oct. :2C.:! -The New York Jessie Partridge, maid of honor. Mon- .were present in numbers. The memo streets, business men and citizens. mobile.

Smith's office Mr. Smith being a American gives the decision to Dun- ticello; Mrs. M. A. Lane, sponsor first rial was built largely of subscriptionmoney lie hoped that the delegates would Rev Cole, on behalf of the federation

member: of the cmmlulon.Cranc' dec over Ritchie. brigade, Quincy; Mrs. W. J. Rogers, raised by the veterans The come again, and altogether made a responded to the two addresses.

sponsor third brigade, Tavares. The 1913 session of the state legislature splendid address of welcome and one Rev. Cole it field secretary for the
stationery by; ; tile; box or Boston, Oct. 26.! -Lewi* was defeated act of unveiling the handsome memorial relieved the veterans of the final work which received applause. organization. The meeting were

pound, none better; correspondence by Mandot in a 12 round bout was performed by Miss Part of completing the fund by voting a C. E. Howard then delivered a few continued in the evening and will be

I cards; all prices. Curtis & O'Neal. here. ridge. state appropriation. I remarks which were also well re- continued today.THE .



THE DAILY immediatel following the Spanish

South Florida SentinelMORNING American war we should now boast I IA Poem For The Day | :
of defenses equal to Germany and
un it no\ i.runt
s
AND WEEKLY Great Britain combined i
t. P:. I.IFNN: . . , ,, . ...,,.,.Editor Daniels has submitted! to LORD IMACAILAYI
Secretary
<*' r f:SSI\(.TON . .Hunin.ru ManairrFntwrd Dear Bill i thnt id let you !know_ I
-- T- the country a consistent naval pro- ts give you kid a tip t1r
al the pmtnffire.. at .Orlando., Flor- grim The people who constitute the about the Dandy time we \tadOn "
Ida. M Second CI. Mail M U r_
our last r i=hm trip t I
rank and file should get behind the
fll' SCRIPTIUN RATUi three Perch
Dalit t Vrar .'.0...'.....,..0...... 100 legislators and support any kind ofa we coupht Sunfish & 6 rock liars the of beautiful have for sale. This hjncinth ia nil
2 & I is Hyacinth its
Dolt,. I Months "..._.,,.__._,..._..._ f.6flDall a pike, name a name un-
,. I Month . .. I Z5tMlly. constructive naTal program Aftet the Hate we used! was! angel wurms
i Month : . .. 19 the war alt European; hewers will! t be Fat ohen!' what fishes like plies It Is stately beautiful carmine pink nntl makes grand! flower for the dining
:: : ::: :::::::::::: $1.o0: will be we dug the \\urrns behind the llarn
trRib, t tar bankrupt The United States:
:_ Where the t'ukttmber!! grows, mom or parlor.Ve also hate Hyacinth glasses! and! prepared. plant fibre\ for gtiiwingpttnlt'
'LL -Bt&HCttlr'tlOMI. PAtABLtt .INAbVANCtt the only solvent nation. Until pe4ce we went. barefooted, too, of l'UAt"e.tl ,
Is declared it should hot be Uncle & \\ !' hUt oldest! d"ltth'l! !' ,
we rt\ '\hetl" down! at the t Old mill lohil
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Ham'4\ fate! tu ,be drawn Ihltt the *trU\!;
TO AUVkHfiUkMAilV Kip tihd furred tit lay H t't\'Ih!' indent! Nt'Af'tJett'beneath' the! (lie wltleF tihk flee'iUhx, ill, nibe. IMUe" of Il' >iulnth ult: *...M , , , :.i::\\t'. rath

.4..HI|f.1111 I ff, MMH(te..t.'li t>P. MAdM\tM .til IH tl.1"<' lt"$.* MB k...ll"Mt .>.l 01t' ieinmny( would like to t>.t'liI" khlrlv, > l.oitl MiU'ituhiy' ll) utntlt , , UK1, intih

.**. alt>1 .nmtMiM ....,,IIIIf tfc''11\ I ntH < MI, "t W"f in Pl-ltntt "'tlIf IIiiIitli@r nnd' Nllt+rti btnllh'a ttdin' Ubttlf I, Iunl MIH'iHlht)' H>)U'lnlh , , , $1,00' tin.
: >a:iH fHf' fHlfM 4l I0Out' t* Mrittlp' MwM culling' "Ihlflli' frtld ttttbettgeIhruugh : y.'M' I tap '*'III IlK t' \\no letter H We nU'i hale other Hyaeinth Ilnllw) nk'lntf from .tn I V, ,1n\ up

all.'j... .Ii"1 T.$.. l1-"tj".1 daloo, ,\ l'IlIIU11(111"'. inipurisontconunerciul ( tt1'ind 'vn\ inmul the hunks
,4 law..l ." tea attic in NItla0 00 ; 1 ronctjaaiona: l soul) rl&bh! When noonttma come we et our lunch t ,
|lw dU 5I",14.i-;::" mhgnm* ii will INIuntiBiwi bum h"nlol"iltlll| ( tfu ante| jam
. .t ,... ,.""Iu.oI.'I... "' '' F.IM, The: people! must 'be: prepared: } to stand! & handvv: itches & angel cake

.alt.<.)B".....a I..>.la..tap.$..f 'U..,.,...iv.. . 4T ..... .., .., IIju.i behind congress: : anti) help to bring 'N lots of dev\ Veiled: ) ham DE.A.
about the realization: of n great army I we fished till almost. clock,
then ate more Angel cake
It M-.iim: ', onoiihu:I JT, mis and u greater navy. I
&. coming home Willow
I The New York World realizes\ that I ( killed a garter near snaik grovewe "The Drug: and Soorl 1 1nJlnPROPRIETOR

!Jo jour thrutmus chopping curly.From I congress can defeat Secretary Pan
o i lets' program, and in the followingterse
ull indications, llalloue'en I I language sounds a warning; !
ORLANDO CONCRETE[ [ CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
will lie sane and safe. tt's hope it "A constructive naval program.
the
carefully! drawn with un ee to
will l I.e bo. Hut in the meantime p1uy|
future and the ultimate end to bo
safety first." reached, has l ben" 'n the system followed WORKS FLORIDA
-0- both b.>' die' it Uritam and! dermaii,
The poultrj business in un impor and each year ,,expenditures and eon -
btruction were arranged for in ml.vaiue 407 LONG STREET
tent fuetor today, and will luar much > in the ,exeeution of that batamenl -

study, whether conducted us 11 lido |x>liv)', That the United States Phone ID":>> 11111111111 I III I 111111.111111 1111.11111 II 111111111 It
line or un exclusive ixcupution should at last have come round to Pine Castle
_0'- that system of providing! for the Im-
tional defense on the* sea is due windy .
the murder of :Miss lalith: Cut'ill, I to ..'('rctllr)' Diniels) and! the president All classes of Concrete work done. NurseriesPine Do You Drink?

un Kntfifch: nurse, by n firing squad Congress can defeat this .program |I \\alks, Steps, Hndges, Fountains,
of (ivrnian mild lira acting under orders ,: if it IS tirniitn-d 1 to adhere to ' and lIitl'hin Ar-
from lio\trnur von hissing is lust its past random policy but it of will the lor.: Castle, Fla. I Tea, in bulk, per pound on1'H:

latest jermun; utrenity and rank with mcritite United Mates the national if it deals welfare with Stire- Light Posts, Vine and !Rose Trelhcijs, Coffee, in bulk, per pound, onlj .__ _._._____h__________ I,>.'

Ten __ ____ _______ __ 1 1Colfce tr
liou\um. the Lusitania, the Arabic, airy HimelH) program' less seriouslythan lawn ltenehes'ases of sue or in quarter pouml runs per ran .Uu
the situation demands" I any in ..___ :Jf..
and hundreds of other crimes. Thprois and one pound ran per can .uuunuu >
:Model, Chimneys with fancy Tops, Has first class orange
in America and throughout the It is up to )'ou-the IIl'opie-to Insist Coffee, in four pound cans, per can __unuuU______ !Roe
Into Parts of any design, Ituildmglllotks grape fruit trees, ready to plant.
civilizedvorld speaks the horror of that jour interests as a part of Common and Ornamental \Ve otTer only first class trees, I 1'+\ \M-.s: nUt liKE.\KPAsre
the people I in this most recent inhuman a great: nation should tie defended and Blocks, faced with Granite budded from prolific bearing. '
Building ;
Don't sit around and think \\ have just received n supply of fresh Pancake Flour.We .
protected
.
uct."W.I.I. that the present horrible war in Eu- Coquinna Granite, or any other nat trees of known quality.Ve : carry Pure Maple Syrup, also several brand of Cane
a ural Rocks. Plans and estimates also have the genuine Watson
Sjrup.
: .. Un WE rope will take care of itself and that \
made for Bungalows or other build watermelon seed. No melons
SA>'LI: ) THE HOME." good! old U S. A. is immune to danger -
ings. All work guaranted first-class. shipped from where we savedour A Sanitary GroceryWe
In a recent issue of the New York : LINUS.VIIKOTIIERS., Props.S. seed. Melons weighed from
World Rollin Kirby, a cartoonist, pictures Florida is without any defense
whatsoever. Jacksonville, Miami, D. Lindsay, Manager. 20 to 15 pounds. CatalogueFree. invite everyone to come and tee' our store. We claim it
four drunken men in a saloon
is not the LARGEST but the CLEANEST GROCERY in the
only
West and Pensacola are .
gloating over the defeat of woman Key Tampa --- - - -
suffrage in New Jersey. Three of the without any means of protection. It :t city.

four are drinking beer and they seem would be a simple matter for a foreign t Come and see us and make Our Grocery Your Grocery. If you

to be feeling very cheerful over the squadron to lay waste these GEO.VASHINGTON[ \ live out too far to walk take the jitney.

victory of 50,000 majority. The cap- cities in a short time. The coast line

tion of the cartoon is, "Well, boys, we I from Maine to Texas and from Wash- said: "He who makes two bladesof H R. BERRY : WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
to California should be bris-
saved the home. There were about ington where one
grass grow grew
200,000 votes cast against suffrage at tling with fortifications and there "
the New Jersey election and 150,000for should be an immense fleet patrolmg before is a public benefactor.

suffrage. Not such an overwhelming the coast as a warning that the Monroe \Ve may not be able to do this, Our Grocery CompanyTwo

victory at that when you considerthe Doctrine must not be regarded asa but we have solved the problemof A complete line of Ford Accessories -

bosses and whiskey crowd engi. scrap of paper but as a sacred mon- making 25c.: do the work of \ Phones: 3 and 200,
neering the campaign New Jersey ument to American determination. ; a staff of expert mechanics -

has always been a conservative tate -- -- -- 50c. in the scheme of living. If to render satisfaction in all | 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. IMltMIIIMIMMMMMMMIIM

However, suffrage is much alive despite you can get a good substantial, i

the efforts! of the whiskeretJ..boys Best and Promptest well cooked meal for 25 cents, lines of Automobile Repair l fMMMMIIMIil |

to "save the home"
o Auto Livery why pay more? Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and

OIH..1:1:1.8( : : The Model with its 23: cent Gasoline and fair and square

clllu'L1ttL'rfllUrlando ; :: __ Service regular meal and! l5c, specials

feels herself greatly honored ha made( it possible!' !' for people prices Yancey Meat Market Inc.

by being selected as the! citj' for 5-PASSENCER! tit. line economically lend \\111. I ,
the lauhchinir of the Klatef t.'elletAtutt! = FULLY PAID U?

nt 11-alley!' Clnsses!'!' it hwH'ttll'lIt IneanIhif willing} 'uu nmy \\hli from 1'. A. YANCEY, Jf,, Pr@ and Mgr

ORLANDO
I ltllloilll; II. II U", imiu' :edetl, lttn, dftlttlilUtf > l 111'i it't i...., I For Nino Years
tlmoli With\ the BilUfttlim lltrt Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
,the |is itt oelhg \Mi-nil the Illrillpr tiMlltl' 1111.) ().\attN: flPpll MPl'V tllCWIN \V,
timeGoidjn's \
nt the
We tall anywhere at any : We lw\p l It@eil> in Ijuainee;; Florida and Western Meats
M\e ,lilrtile It wiaei fcplettlHit t"rilUj It (
II\Y ANDNIflllTThe )
ID uhuli tn hull' ) ('h.* tl mutt' location Corner of south
| trIM J\nw\ ,
()a'lfrrti i W/i I'mi/tr!' t't'1 rl1ah/rrd" ff'rinif WP(
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tlflll slid( |II|I'\IIf|nn"iHI| china| | in all 'litin( and Church Streets, Spstal Attention tit NotlBM end Q"t of>f Town Order

n'iiil.t, lull aiioiding the \UHf\ 111ftJrhu'o. 201 S, Orange Ave. Phone 487HAULING Model Cafe Hume :6Orlandu'b PHONES )A... las P O. flop 496Cor r
{
I.ma at a .\ CU Ill sitar pupulalion Residence III Orange Ave sad Church S l,
) souls and} OF ALI. KINDS
of onii.thing 11\cr ti.Otli ,
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this t U uugmenttMl l by, n.diitl to hiuin Leading Repair Shop
ton list during the winter siat.on
Head the Morning Sentinel for the
This city is u popular' resort with tin' Pansy Plants, Rose news. lOc a week delivered. o and Garage I
I
Northern visitors who tome to fUll'Flnrhl" __I The lV. arket:
1 each winter. Bushes Petunia

This is u city of I beautiful parks
OF CLEANLINESS
OF
lovely lakes as dear as crystal and! Plants The Eola Packing Company OPPOSITE POST QUALITY

cultural homes It is, too, n city of OFFICE
handsome churches and large com Lease your orders here OKLVNDO, H.OKIUV FRESH; AND SALT MEATS

mtrcial establishments that would do SpecialtiesCustom Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

ctrdit to u much larger place. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Within two years three churches .violet Dell Florist. Packers Modern Equipment and pure.
erected in thenggregnte t
have* I been representing
investment or nearly if Shippers and HUN ITS Cash f.o.b. Selling We invite inspection!' and guarantee satisfaction. We havec'crthlnJ
Growers' Agents Personal; AttentionGrowers i : in the Meat Line.
not finite $_'00H\ (>0, There are located J. M.CARUflltRShene

heielive great orange.: packing) houses Shippers anti IJuyers invited to inspect thp, plant and arrange -i
for this. i ix right in the center\ of the 509. 403 South Lake Si for harvesting and packing their crops.fruit I T-X. ivr.: Self & c<>.

orange,: section of the state There -- -------- -----"------ Parked and "shipped as directed bv' the owner of the ,:nods. : PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

nre also many otlur enterprises of PACKING HOI-SB Corner Concord A>'e. and A. C. I... Tracks. i

mon than local importance Nearly W. H. IU'I.1Igr.: : J. S. PAGE; A>: Mgr.: C. A. COCIIJIAN,
1.000' pupils arc matriculated in the FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Packing (House Toreman.Patronage .
local Khools I and two splendid hospitals I

me maintained for the relief of Respectfully Solicited I

sulfuring men and women.-Uy \V S.
Quality Smartness and Long Life
Branch, in Jacksonville Times.Union. ,


'iin: BII'EILI'J'I: o : NKEI: :n VANILLA . MMIMM . . MMMMMIIIMMMMiMiiMMIMMNOTICE I A SILVER GLIDE-

01 I'HEI'\HtU: )\t: TUTI FRUTI I A COMFORTABLE: RIDE-

You should l sit down today and IN A CHALMERSFOR

write jour congressman and senator, GUAVA t !
a I SALE Buick Car in fair running condition; new
both other ::
or or any congressmenand
ICE CREAMS tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian
the naval
senators, to support fresh Special and
,
Just received, a supplJof Tampa
and mihtarj preparedness plan which Motorcycle, for cash.
t recleaned cracked corn.
will he presented to the forthcoming These feeds must be SEEN to be appreciated. i I
session of congress. To be adequately AUTO LUNCHES Tampa Special is absolutely free from weed seeds,

prepared is positively necessar). grit, etc., and is made up of wheat, cracked corn kaffir,
Very logically it is going to require a A SPECIALTYCLUB
and oats. i AUTO WASHING STATION
to the United
vast appropriation put
We can giveoU a good price on these feeds.
States on a sound military and naval

footing. What should have been SANDWICH 23c. Freeman V. D. Phillips
started years ago now is to come in Mgr

one j ear The people expect the government The Co-Operative Produce Co.W. 'I 14 E. CHURCH STREET PHONE 447

to build a navy construct We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packet I
coast defenses, manufacture war mu- S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447'lIMItlllMIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIiMIIIIIMIIIIIIt
nitions, and equip a large army in a and Delivered for AU

few )'ears. If the United States had OctMioni Sentinel Want Ads Get Resul
the and
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IMUCES OF MANY 'A NEW; MOVEMENT: FOR TilE MRS. LOCK WOOD KEENLY IN MMMIMIMIIIIilMMIIiMIIMMMIiMMIIIIUMIMIIMMMMMIMMiMMMMM

Ol' PROTECTION OF' CONST1TUTIONAL TERESTED: 83 "'.:.\nS I
I.TEMS AND SIIOHTACK
COVERNMENT;

SlTI'I'LUSUl 11.tItIt.ISSINGThere : .:M. Washington, I). C.-Mrs. Belva | "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree |

There is being formed at Washington I-ockwooJ, once candidate for thepresidency
.. I). C., a new organization to be
- has been no cessation of the of several prominent lawyers was! eighty-five years old "', .: -r"r
composed ;
her she is lively '-l'.. ,";' ?? ----I-r-; Unless I Budded
demand from retailers who are eagerly of the several tales. which is to today. Despite years ',, iitP.i'.. .,,;, li ':' .. ; ._'.:. .
1 be known as the "National Associa- and takes an active interest in public : t' 1..
seeking supplies of drugs and r';. ':j.};. ';;: :" . \ :. :-
tion for Constitutional Government"The affairs. t ', '.
cheniiciW to meet their regular daily 0(, '1.r'i' if" ., from Bearing
: .
of this society is to is longer issue. .
requirements. The shortage of stocks purpose promote "Suffrage no an ';'\i-!' .... .. .
covering numerous varieties of both I I a greater respect throughoutthe said Mrs. Lockwood today. "It is an I !$:.;.. I? : "

country for constitutional overn. accomplished fact. Those states .
drugs' and chemicals and the further I' '-
sharp advance in prices, which in ,ment.It which have so far denied it to women .& trees of a known
is not a strict construction or- will come around very soon, New Jersey -
some cases resulted in new high record -
ganization, but its purpose is to oppose to the contrary notwithstanding" 3
values, is being felt more keenlyin
that spirit of extreme radical- I Mrs. Lockwood said that what con
trade circles. and
ism, which holds that the constitutioncan cerns her most now is peace. She Quantity
Orders booked account of druggistson
be disregarded under certain circumstances plans to turn her attention to discour-
ended
the whole for the week just
if a majority of the pea aging talk of military preparedness
have been fair in the aggregate. Lim- I
tiem supplies of quinine, glycerin, ly- ple express their consent. It believesin "I am for peace and without preparation Quality of Pro-
following the constitutionin continued Mrs Lock-
strictly I too,
copodium and bromides, also potashes.
and higher values demanded, servedto all matters. of government, allowing I wood. "Preparation is unnecessary,
such implied powers as can be because no nation is going to fight "
hold transactions within a narrow I I duction. --0.W.
reasonably drawn from those ex the United States. There is not a

compass. pressed. nation that does not like us and there '
The scarcity of chemicals has sus- :
tained a firm trend of values, which David Jayne Hill is president of I is not a nation that we don't like. I Conner.

have been more or less unsettled, under this new organization, and among Then why prepare?"
the those who have taken an active part Mrs. Lockwood added that to prepare -
present conditions governing
markets for both drugs and chem- in its organization are Elihu Root, of would detract from the great- Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

icals, with prospects for a further i New York, and William Howard Taft. ness of this country. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW

diminution of supplies owing to the I We are glad to announce that At-

ready increase in demand for suppliesto torney Paul V. Hutchins, of this city, GERMAN EMPRESS CELEBRATES
:is a member of this organization and ANNIVERSARY AS COLONELBerlin.The
meet the urgent needs of the Euro
will take a prominent part in promot- actual demonstration THE OCKLA AHA
pean warring nations. Leading job Two years ago in their advertising and by
bers and wholesale firms conceded II ing its principles in the state of Flor- German empress recently NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what ,sally constituted a real, first-class

that the future course of prices bids ida. I II I celebrated the 25th anniversary honorary- nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
her as
of
well to continue upward, with proba- appointment nurseries to call for DEMAND -
in our began yes
of record lev- MONUMENT PETER THE GREAT I i colonel of the infantry regiment, Koe- by planting trees as they are grown
bihti of unheard high
els to<$3 be established throughout the': SUNK IN THE GULF OF RIGA nigh No. 86, of Flensburg. To remind trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

balance of this year. I I Stockholm. The Petrograd corre- I the regiment, which is at the five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

Spices are also tending upward, '!spondent of the "Svenska Titende" I front since the beginning of the war tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

owing to difficulties of securing .!writes: of her silver jubilee she sent many trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER and YOU ARE
When the evacuation of Riga was boxes of gifts for the officers and sol-
freight room abroad, together with best result can get from your grove when you have spent your
steady advances in freight rates. begun the Russian government or- diers. The officers received short interested in the very you

This also applies to seeds, which have dered the removal of the monumentof swords bearing the name of the ruler time and money to bring it into bearing.

been in active demand by consumers. Peter the Great from the city. I and 5,000 marks for their relief fund. Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Caraway and poppy in particularhave The enormous statue was boxed up, I For the soldiers the empress sent ,the you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

met with large sales, owing to a but because of its weight the railroad I same amount, together with thousands practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Cumin declined to transport it. It was there- i of ciigars and delicacies of all proper
shortage of stocks in Holland. fruit and of it.
first-class plenty
market
fore decided to send it to Petrogradby kinds. Florida needs in the ,

level.seed closed Pepper steady, cloves at, etc.its ,new all show high water. I I The regiment celebrated the anni. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork

advances under active buying by consumers After many difficulties the statue :versary with a dinner at the front. in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

fearing that supplies from I was finally loaded on a transport I At the feast the general' commanding say, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
[steamer, but this vessel encountered !the army corps distributed many iron
primary market will be shut out en- comparison? CATALOGUE FREE Write for it.
German torpedo boats and was sunk crosses by special order of the em-
of
tirely owing to the scarcity freight
room and further sharp advances in ,when it tried to leave the bay. I I peror, and the officers and men senta

freight rates. i In Riga the loss of the monument telegram of congratulation to their

:has been kept secret, but it is well honorary chief, pledging themselvesto

60,000 CALIFORNIA SCHOOL 'known here and the Great Peter who fight to the last breath. Ocklawaha NurseriesO. '
was sent to the bottom of the sea has
DREN IN EDISON CHIL-I I'
been dubbed "commander of the Rus- NEPHEW OF ALFRED DREYFUS

San Francisco, Cal.-Children sian submarine fleet" by local wits. KILLED IN BATTLE \V. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

the public and parochial schools of I
i LUXEMBURG COINAGE OF ZINC Paris, France, Oct. 25.Sublieutenant -
the counties bordering on San Fran Florida"II'I"1111111..11111111111.
cisco bay were to get their first Luxemburg, Luxemburg, via Berlin i Emile Dreyfus, nephew of Maj. G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, |

glimpse today of Thomas A. Edison, I and London, Oct. 25.The Luxem. i Alfred Dreyfus, has been killed in action -

the inventor, who was to review a parade burg authorities have decided to follow -: with his regiment, the thirty-

of about 60,000 youngsters at :' the German and Belgian exam- second artillery. Although only twen- ... ...
the exposition grounds. In recogni- ples and have ordered coinage of 200,. ty-four years of age, Lieut. Dreyfus '
tion of children's Edison day at the 000 francs in five and ten centime had won the military cross of the Legion -

fair, a half holiday was declared. pieces of zinc. of Honor

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I I The Voice Of COUEPLETF. I I

I G. Rush left last night for Jacksonville -

Winter Park News The Peoplei 1 coupelet where returning he will overland secure with a Ford it Dress and Silk

today. The coupelet is a beauty and
All Honor the Rooster
!
should make a big hit in this commu-
Editor Sentinel:-It seems that Mr.
nity as it is the first ever brought
Rooster is about to be exterminated. Goods
here. Mr. Rush expects to get into
Daily Budget Of Items Concerning Please do not understand that I am his
new rooms in the very near fu-
knocking, but civic pride and the art ture. ,
The Town And Rollins College of man can not compare in grandeurwith

the beauties of God and the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
I works of Nature.

WINTER PARK MAN IS MADE CONFECTIONERY STORE FOR Since the time that God gave His HALLOWE'EN MASQUE and Spook

VICE-PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN I' WINTER PARK only> begotten Son that we through I Party, at the Rink, Saturday night, I. Our showing of Fall Styles gives you a
MISSIONARY Miss Harriet Bill, who looked over His death and suffering might live, October 30. 10-7-Uc
ASSOCIATION the local situation last week with a we have had with us :Mr. Rooster. splendid opportunity to learn all the new-
LOST-Brooch, :Monday afternoon;
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 26.-Differences view to locating here and establishinga When Christ was before Pilate the gold circle with thistle in center; est weaves and colors and designs in Dress'\
of opinion as to the right candy store and woman's exchange, cock crew and was not criticised. valued as keepsake. Reward. Phone
wording of a resolution placing the returned yesterday and decided to If some of the knockers of Mr. 708. 10-27-lt: fabrics.

National Council of Congregational lease the room on East Park avenue Rooster will get up and walk the
WANTED-Two ,good electrical Visit the store and see our attractive
Churches on record as opposing a mil- I formerly occupied by the gents' furnishing streets of the city .of Orlando slip ; none but competent need mechanics
itarism policy in the United States business of W. 11. Schultz. through the dark alleys at the dead apply Address II. L. II., care Sen- bargains in all lines of women's wear.
left the matter undecided when a recess I Miss Bill will proceed at once to ,get hours of the night with me until every tine!. 10--.27.3t

was taken tonight until Wednes settled in her new location and hope bone in your body aches and you
be for business that FOR SALE:--A good mule l between 8 New Dress GoodsOur
to ready in the course are so sleepy you can hardly
day.Dr. und y years old. For particulars,
C. K. Jefferson, of New York of a few days. She expects to devotea stand and just walk over to the courthouse address J. 1' It., 1 11. I". 1>. No. 1, Box
city, put in a sweeping resolution, and portion of her room to a woman's steps at half past three o'clockin 28-11; or inquire ut Sentinel.
Moderator 1 II. :M. Beard dey, of Kan- exchange department, and as rapidlyus the morning as the first rays of l0''7-fjt.; splendid showing of beautiful fab-

sas City, offered an amendment in I possible this department will be lay are showing on the eastern hori
'Oil SALK: home Anderson rics includes the following
much milder terms. The program of I built up and improved. Any ladies zon and listen to that big old rooster -My on popular weaves:
street; horse wagon harness and
the day included the biennial meeting I having articles which they wish to over across Lake Lucerne (I think he two seated pony cart. I:. 11. Gore, GLENURQUIIAKT: PLAIDS
of the American :Missionary Association dispose of that are adapted to this belongs to :Mr. Jim Giles) sound the Our Grocery Co., 6 and 8 East Pine.
of which Rev. II. C. King of feature of the business would do well opening blast and then just take off 10-27-3tc Cll Il'I: ':S

Oberlin College was re-elected presi to ,"isitliss Bill at once. Miss Lee your hat and listen to the answers 'Oil SALE Nursery trees, 2 HAIR: LINE AND IMPERIAL SERGES
dent. Rev. W. F. Blackman, of Winter Nicholson of Orlando, will assist Miss from the humblest home, and the lit. old $12: hundred; line young years 1:. I.
Park Fla., was made a vice-pres- Bill in conducting store. tie bantams answering as if it were Red hens 85 cents each; a 50 lb. fat FRENCH SERGES
ident. to the Master's call; then as Mr. pig, '$5. Mrs. Camp 711 Grand avenue CHERE SILKS
J Jeter "let's all the chorus." or Box 313. 10-27-lt
MISS DENISON TO GIVE RECITAL says, sing
SILK POPLINS
BRICK ARRIVING FOR STREET From a thousand homes and hills
ROYAL NEIGHBORS ATTENTION
PAVING I Miss Isabel Denison, of Rollins Col- they; all crow of one accord, and then Regular meeting of Sunny South BASQUE AND WORSTED PLAIDS

Several cars of brick for the brick lege, will give a piano recital at the stop and think for a moment of the Camp will be held Wednesday after SHEPHERD AND NOVELTY CHECKS
paving have already arrived and it is Thursday afternoon entertainment of instinct gift of Almighty God to Mr. noon 230. Assessments and dues
probable that active work will' start the Rosalind Club in Orlando tomor- Rooster, one that he has cherished for October to be paid. ATTRACTIVE GABARDINES
By order of the recorder.
soon. The entire system comprisingabout row afternoon. through centuries and ages. PLAIN AND FANCY CHINCHELLAS

one mile of streets must according If you will come out for a few .
\ FINE PRODUCTION SILK SHEPHERD CHECKS
to contract be completed GUILD MEETING YESTERDAYAll mornings and listen to the beautiful

within ninety days from the signingof I Saints Guild was entertained message they give you it will do your Presenting scenes from all parts of SILK CREPE DE CHINES
the contract with the Southern soul and will take hat
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. De. good you your
)I the world, each and every one of MILITARY SILK STRIPES
Clay people on the 14th of October. Batchelor, and an interesting and off to Mr. Rooster and bid him wel-
which combination of interest
provided a -
The streets to be paved include II I profitable hour was spent with needle come within. our City Beautiful. the Oliver Morosco Photoplay PICARDY SUITINGS
New England avenue from Park ave- work and conversation. M. C. BROOM.
company presented Cyril Maude, the
nue to Osceola avenue, and thence
versatile English and American actor, Prices from 35c
down Osceola to the canal. From I I WINTER PARK NOTESJ. LET US CROW! to
in "Peer Gynt, the eternal hero of
New England the road will stretch
Henry Ibsen's famous love story to $2.75
Author )
( Synonymous yd
down Interlachen to the New Semi- E. Davis, who has been in Winter .
a pleased audience at the Grand thea-
nole, and from the hotel west along Park for the past few months Mr. Rooster's a Booster- tre last evening. Those who missed
Webster avenue to East Park avenue. leaves tomorrow for Orlando wherehe The best in any land, These fine fabrics represent a vast varietyof
missed It
Better than any band, seeing the pictures a treat.
to remain for weeks
expects some Finer than music canned was one of the best and most inter-
RECEIVES NEWS OF NEPHEW'SMURDER
Sweeter than baby grand, esting exhibitions of motion picture
W. R. O'Neal treasurer of Rollins, So let him crow! photography ever shown in Orlando. Wonderful
J. L. Sisco the popular proprietorof is expected to arrive home this afternoon -
the Winter Park Bakery, Monday the North Mr. Rooster's a Booster
from where he has '
A joyful chanticleer CHICAGO CUBS' PITCHER RETURNS -
received a letter containing the sad spent the past ten days on business.Joe He has no thought of fear. ColoringsThe
news of the murder of his nephew, His voice is loud and clear,
Perry Eads, at the latter's home in Ward, of Jacksonville was in lie shrieks without a peer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Humphries, of
Ind. So let him crow! Chicago: have returned to their win- European war has made popular the
Bloomington,
town yesterday for several hours on
It is supposed that Eads was mur- business. Mr. Rooster's a Booster ter home on Pine Loch about two new rich Blues, Greens and Browns,
dered for the purpose of robbery.The Songster of the morn miles south of Orlando. Mr. Hum-
body was found near the railroad Hailing the day new born, phries is a pitcher on the Chicago "Navy." "Delft" and "Belgian" Blues,
had been NOTICE Laughing all to scorn National League baseball team.
track where it evidently "
Never feeling forlorn "Military, "Bottle" and "Mountain"
dragged to give the impression that So let him crow! .

he was killed by a train.Y. I The water and light will be cut off WILL REMOVE TO ORLANDOW. green; ..Torpedo.A ," and "Gold"
for the first time in Winter Park a\ Mr. Rooster's a BoosterIn A. Riddle, of Jacksonville whois
M. C. A. ADDRESSED BY nit the next meter reading time for nonpayment While the people morning would at four associated with the Orlando Secur- browns; Battleship and "Aeroplane" greys
snore '
DOUGLASS alike. of service. Everybody 10-27-2tc treated lIe flaps near the door; ities company, has rented the Fred B -and many others-the popular black
The regular weekly meeting of the Yes somebody swore! Dale residence on Anderson street for

College Y. M. C. A. last night was ad- MOTORED TO ORLANDO FROM So let him crow! one year beginning November 1. and whites, "Military" reds, "Zepplin"

dressed by Dr. C. T. Douglass of the SPARTANBURG Mr. Rooster we're BoostersOh --- enders and Tangerine tones.
First Baptist church. Dr. Douglass'talk well, what's the use? orange

was very interesting and was Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Butler arrivedin There ain't no excuse, Buy your Dress Goods from these
But it does beat the deuce MISS MAY HARDAWAY
followed closely by all present. The Orlando yesterday afternoon from ,
Why we are turned loose,
I
Y. M. C. A. delegates to the Students partanburg, having made a pleasant So let us crow! splendid displays and have them made up

Conference at Gainesville will leave and uneventful automobile trip from PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER to suit your own taste. It means fine quality -
tomorrow for that city. South Carolina to their home on Gore Dr. C. II. Summers pastor of the

avenue, where they will spend the First Methodist church, will leave today garments that will give you long service -

FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING it-ter. for Orlando to attend the Sunday Schultz Buitdin Phone 106 and great satisfaction.
YESTERDAY school convention which meets at that

The freshman class met in regular, JUDGE: WARLOW TO KEY WEST place this week. M. Tucker, route
session yesterday afternoon and proceeded agent$ for the Southern Express company -
at once to transact a number Judge T. P. Warluw left yesterday is also u delegate, to the con- All Work X..aliand Accurately Done

of items of important business. The afternoon for Key West to preside ;,"entlon.-Gainesville Sun. New arrivals in the

reports of the secretary, Mis Wini OVer a case in Monroe county in which _A _
fred llanchett, and the treasurer, Judge Hunt Hurrift, of the circuit

(Hiss :Marian Piertion, were submitted, court, has been disqualified.\
and accepted. Tomorrow is freshman Hats and Men's Furnishings Grocery

day. \DDIT10NAL ORLANDO LOCALS
DepartmentGraham

BALL GAVE OFF Mr. II. A. Vivian has gone to Tallahassee -

The bull game which was l toeing arranged on a stock purchasing expedition -
between the Winter Park and for his Lake Cherokee dairy. We have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles ; Flour, Whole Wheat Flour

Sorrento nines has been called off on and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes Buckwheat Flour, both plain and prepared.
account of the fact that the college Mrs. Lloyd S. Tenny and children, and Men's Furnishings.
diamond will be in use by the football who have been spending several Rolled Oats in Hulk; Yellow Corn Meal

squad. As this is the only available weeks visiting in the North and East Pancake Flour, and other things too numerous -
diamond it became necessary to can- returned to their home on Lake street

cel the date. last evening.Mr. to mention.

W. H. SCHULTZAt

STORK MESSENGER PAYS VISIT J. D. Beggs, Mrs. Leila S.

TO WARD HOME Beggs and daughters Misses Laura
the New
Store, Winter Park, Fla.
The family of R. O. Ward are rejoicing and Nan returned last week from

over the birth of a little Tallahassee where they have been Winter Park
Florida
daughter, Monday night. The infant spending several weeks with relatives.J. Watch This Space for Special '
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has been named Helen Althea. :Mother : -

and child are at McEwan's sanita- W. ::\McKinnon an attorney of
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rium in Orlando and at last reportswere Madison, arrived in the city last evening MIIMMtllMllltlM 9IMIIiM IIMMIIM Mlitililll Bargains!

doing well. to attend the Wesley Bible Class

meetings. lie will visit his uncle,
CITRUS EXCHANGE PUTTING I Supt. J. F. McKinnon: while in Orlando. L Winter Park Auto Co.BUICK !

DOWN SIDEWALKThe In July Mr. McKinnon underwentan

Citrus Exchange is putting operation but has etirely recov-

down a sidewalk along the Swoope ered.
avenue border of its property. D. D.

Hunter is in charge of laying the remainder Guests registering: at the San Juan and FORD CADS Dickson lies Co.

of the walk along the prop- hotel yesterday included J. W. Shepp, -

erty of J. P. Wilson to the Park ave- Cincinnati; L. A. Hardell, Fred M.

nue walk. Dalton Fred Kelly C. W. Huggins, J. Repairing Painting and Auto
E. Jackson II. B. Goodrich J. J. ,

JUDGE WALLACE BUYS BUICK Stephens J. Hatzfield V. V. Sharpe, Supplies

SIX Tampa; H. G. Bartlett, M. Smith Ad- .DEPARTMENT STORE.

JudgeVallace, who returned to well Hayes Jacksonville; P. J. Cas- ...
Winter Park recently, has joined the sidy Atlanta; F. H. Covington, Baltimore .
ranks of Buick enthusiasts. The Win- ; H. C. Bell Quincy; W. A. Red- I "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"I

ter Park Garage yesterday delivered dell, Eustis; R. C. Skelly, C. S. Hure- OPEN DAY AND NIGHTIliiillMlliiliiMltiilllllilillliliiillllllll

to him one of those handsome Buick ton, II. P. Williams, New York; H. S. I

sixes Ray, Raleigh.
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TODAY'S I'KOr.HAM

MajesticThe Children of the
4 SOCIAL C.\LEX I>AltWedneoday. WOMEN IN TIlE NEWS Sea." A drama, in two parts
Keliance. "In Old Mexico." ll
Atlanta, Ga.-While sweet scented
"The Man Who
October :7. I Came Back From
Unity Circle, afternoon. Mrs. Mahlon letters are finding their way to the I the War on Tuberculosis." By special
Is with
a specialty us. We will examine and
Gore will read paper on "John battle front in France from Georgia arrangement and through the courtesy i. make an estimate -
hW of the free on
r9 Muir. maidens in the campaigns to cheer local Modern Woodmen the your
Bridge Club Mrs. L. B. Fort hostess. Favorite theatre has booked a reel of
Florida Wesley Bible Class Federa- up friendless' soldiers, the women of 1040 feet, featuring Robert Wilson, of 11 Watch
tion at M. E. church. France are to have their souls healed Missouri.It .
Mrs. II. I.. Beeman hostess at bridge by the cheery letters from Uncle is an interesting and heart prip-
party, to meet Mrs. I). F. Bowen, of Sam's fighters. Just as lonesome as ping story of the leave taking of wife II S Ring orJewelry
and children.
Jacksonville. Weak in body and hope
Thursday, October 28. the men in the trenches are Uncle ful in mind he journeys to the beau LI
1 Rosalind Club, musicale, afternoon.Gun Sam's boys who are doing duty in the tiful Rocky Mountain regions near
shoot at Club. Colorado Springs Colorado, where he
Country lonely "black of lIa'U.They .
republic"
+ spends nine months in the care of the o It will cost you nothing and we will be glad to examine Q
heard of the missives
ABOUT W. C. T. U. CONVENTIONBy sweet most modern sanitarium in the world. your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
that Georgia girls are writing to the And his return back to his wife and
( Mrs. II. F. Saunders, chaIr- men in the trenches, and so they have children. needs care and attention at our place.
man of committee on hotels "The Man Who Came Hark" is n
laid their before Dr. F. E. Mays,
case
EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
and lunches.) thrilling and true story Indeed his O
executive of the Georgiawar
secretary experiences: have by
The work for convention moves relief committee. Ir. Mays received one Neljrhlior!,. from Orlando, the City
along nicely and the different committees the names of a hundred French Henutiful. )toy H. Anderson in enjoying -

have repeatedly expressed fighter who were lonesome, and he the treatment time.of this sanitarium ALLEN & CO., JEWELER?.

Comfortand their deep appreciation of the renrr. distributed the names among Atlanta at This present Him I 11'I' pronounced to he one of
""It)' of the people generally.! They girl. Now he must heed the winery theOry brut' in thin highly developedage | l [b

have shown much interest ttiul lwriu of the boys In llttytl, and he had roiiwntpd of motion pictures tunl U In such llJ________ Srioleiii.s..mrrILawarslUnusual
1II1C1r&t1l '. irrrnt demand tint It run be Ixmkpil
I >|Hihd< 1 to send to the pretty girl of
for one day only in pitch town It Uit
Lot tile soy through thin article Fntnce the names. of the lonely ma rare opportunity. No one thin" lit off( .f"O" = -
that *|'trinld! Mrruiitfrmrntri I I have l U IIIlIel(1 with the Kitipltt: hotel, n* to + No jt-lviincf in fir""'-". .. ;f
} ); .
Iatrs i Mini iirrummoiUtluna. This will San Francisco; CnWOne of thaI live rent to nil @" ,t: 1'. -; :.r' ,' })\ ...'i Some "people, in fact, a great ninny,

IK convention hotel. Thrie will come most pitiful of wur'n victim U a Jtu: *. # wt w' 1iI', I' prefer unique and original effect
l.
IIIIIIIY dl'\-gutt'li! \ to this tnte tonventiun Flan girl Maria 1'ossen, who arrived I NOTICK) : /,, ,\ ..;9, t 1t.-\-, : In wall decorations. We anticipate
these will lx very largely entertained la.t' The Civic League presents this appeal ,I ". I' Jf \ -; these demand and! always carry in
here week, utter having walked ;
'
to all who have their ., \ .
permitted os : + '
stock
EconomyCONTRIBUTE in home but something different
will be : entirely
some unable "
1,500 miles in Siberia and China to name to be enrolled und jet who )) )
to have these ladies in their get to America. Orphaned by the have not paid any dues; and all other I l( }: (\../1': :j from others. Will you call here Qr'Lr

homes and these will be glad to know war, hue travelled over the Siberian members who have neglected to pay ,tt : ,6. {r\l will we send our sample book to you!
of a good hotel for their guests. We I with reasonable promptness, to do so. v\\ r" = - = -- -
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railroad, abandoiing the train to walk : The dues are $1.20 for the year, or 10 f1:7': I]j -
would like as fur as possible to have 1,500 miles to Shanghai.The cents each month. Send to the treasurer Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cf
the people co-operate with the com- + Miss Elizabeth. Porter 403 ->\Dt (,... 'f\\!)"
Magnolia avenue. 10-27-ltc: 205 S. Orange Avenue
mittee and send their guests to the :Misses Wright will give a I

convention hotel. If you wish to place i luncheon in honor of Miss Willie Per- a COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

delegates call up Mrs. W. II. Story, son at their home on Rock lake this ANNOUNCEMENT
Camp No. 1C074, Modern Woodmenof ------ ----
phone 43.1. orIrs.. J. L. Guernsey, --
afternoon. Miss Person is one of
America, will meet at the hall at 7
190 and they will be glad to confer
this fall's brides. o'clock sharp; as we have some spe-
with you in this matter. cial work tonight, October 27, and the

The members of the local union are :MR. AND :MRS. S. II. ATIIA HAVE motion picture show also. All mem.
LARGELY TO THE[
very much gratified with the success MOVED INTO NEW RESI- bers J. are M. Brady requested, clerk.to be present. CAREY HAND

of the committee in getting "Wel DENCE, S. MAIN ST. I
come" with electric lights across the I
PLEASURE OF '
street and feel very grateful indeedto The new residence which has just FUNERAL DIRECTOR

those making this possible. We been completed for and was occupied GRANDTODAY

WEEKEND: TRIPS are meeting success along every line yesterday by the family of Mr. and AND EMBALMERAll

and appreciate the kindness of every Mrs S. II. Atha, at 409 South Main

one. street, is one of the handsomest in
+ that section of the city. The building,
calls answered Promptly Dayor
KIL BARE KLUB
which is of two stories, contains seven
After an adjourned meeting of sew commodious and is
rooms, replete Hand Block.
eral weeks the Kil Kare Klub met Night.
with baths, fire places and other modern A MINA COMEDY,
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. F. N. ,I conveniences.The .

Boardman on Summerlin avenue. I house is ".\ :MIX Orlando Florida.PHONE
The sensitive beautifully arranged, UP IN MALES.A .
Eight members were present. Mrs.
.and from the entrance upon the large
Boardman was elected president; Mrs.F. veranda to the last detail is most in. 639. RESIDENCEPQONE 457,

springs, together M. Toplitf, vice-president; Mrs. viting. On the right is a large recep-

Charles Phillips, secretary and treas- tion hall, in which is the elegant stairway LUDIX I DRAMA,
with the wide urer. The hostess proved that she
seats while on the left is a large well
could make a cherry pie by serving a lighted music room with a handsome "TilE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. IMIMIIIMMIIIIIIIMIMIIMMIIIMIUMMIMIIMM

and deeply tufted delicious portion to each member, the colonade entrance, which portrays the
cherries being sent to her by one of beauties of Florida curly pine.
the members in North Carolina. Several
The
spacious dining room connectsthe
cushions, insure of the members have moved reception room on the east, and A IHOGRAI'H DRAMA, : : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ; ;
away, but those still composing the the kitchen and pantry on the left.
comfort to the club are Mrs. E. II. Westover, Mrs.F. The entire house is beautiful and con- "OLD {)FFE })ERS."

N. Boardman Mrs. E. II. Gore venient, and taken all in all, it is one
Mrs. J. L. Feinberg, Mrs. E. C. Bence of the most satisfactory houses that
passengers on any Mrs. C. Rybolt Mrs. F. M Toplilf, has been erected in Orlando.

Mrs W. E. Gore Mrs F. J. Allen and The building was constructed! by AN rJHSIlN DIIAMA,

road. The gasolineand Mrs. Charles Phillips. Contractor .F. A. t'epperrornho has e
+ "PtTttETIir' ... lltn CELLAR,"
than shown that he is
mote once capable -
oil consumption P't'CHtt' ',AN roll itALtowirnN of excellent workmanship.Fof CURTIS & O'NEAL
fie
IIIKI;; I lilt',
outward! hhd htthdoome, ,
beauty .... .......
At the of
meeting troop n), liny
is inside fthi!=hlhgi convenience end! t'utn
unusually outs( Iltlll night, Menu Arthur (lore furl, the hew home uf Mr timid Mrs.H. Plume/ ft: for Insurance Loans Real Estate i !

was hl'llIelhtflll| | l Jtrtltiil leader of )llrtl- II. AUirt l I.. m'titut, t to ,mine.. I'ISII AND OYriTKKHl'iHi :!&
low and the tire tl"jI"It: I"4" (dt""'I! Hint Pit out Wflltuii( UP( *

.aoolotatlli' I Hcutit\ Hill IteWltl Cattle 1 ('III\HO\W( HAD IIM;: 'imp limy': HI,' Rentals
is IIIhl" .of Owl I patrol Hint I'nllt' J tlm. =-::
trifling. min; ( IUMI; Illlillll ,I1Mr.
expense WAi.m-iniim
I
THU"':
nip NVliotU ..."B,|i.lltlll, I'HH'h Ply,usguwatl "' ( : risii" (ro,

twill II\ Hi M4 .ft )new plipfoot| | | | , A. C. Japlply, uf ('hi 'itln; : 1\ :200: ( Ilium "HI" (inINU -1

Tn'"I' It( wuil 1 triiop 4 will have a hike member: + fit the |ti>uie, highway tonrUU -

tit the)) wooiU I'Vi'Uy night, i-olebrat- left yesterday morning for his
nhf Ualll" 'tnith rump tire and home In the Windy City, Mr, Jaddydid ! ENOOK CAKE AND)

mar&hmuUow roasts: and night: bt-out not go to Miami with the remain- CANDY I'AUIXW

games, der of the .party as he at first intended :
ESTABLISHED .III
$850f. + but business matters and other affairs Delicious Candies, Cake, Sandwiches, :
I'lAXO' I RECITAL AT ROSALIXD compelled him to leave those etc I,
CLUB who were in the car with him, here, Orders taken for partiei. '
o. b. Orlando The Thursday afternoon entertain- they continuing their journey by way Located in rear of Dranch'a BookStore I:I

ment at the Rosalind: Club will con- of Eustis to the East Coast yesterday Arcade i 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1I111I111I

sist of a piano recital by Miss Deni- morning.In .

son, of Rollins College. The recital speaking of the trip to a Sentinel MMMIMti III 111.1 Jill 11111 11111 1111I 11I11 II II rill III I IIII IMIli II11111 i 1111 U
will be at 3:30 o'clock and will be followed scribe at the Coast Line depot rJapjIfIIT

by an informal reception. yesterday morning, Mr. Jaddy sadi: .
+ "Everywhere the party was met .

SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST with cordial welcome, the whole coun-
Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
Country Club members are urged to try along the route realizing the im- !
attend the subscription dance at the portance to the South of the comple-

Country Club tomorrow evening. tion of the great hi hwa)." t

Messrs. Beardall and Miller have Jacksonville was reached on Thursday l"J We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
charge of all arrangements and it is the 21st, and Cocoa on Friday the )
best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
LWPMllips hoped that a large crowd will be pres- 22ndfMiami on Sunday the 24th,
ent. The washout on the road to the about 1 o'clock. When they left St. it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

Club will be temporarily repaired so Augustine they were a little behind measure so you can; install it yourself. On irrigation
that no inconvenience will result. the main party, and got switched off
I work by having us
you can save money
on the wrong road. After wandering i
There will be a dance at the Coun, around for some time and meeting cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

try Club tomorrow evening. Begin- with several mishaps, they decided to as you can install it yourself.
ning next month there will be two come to Orlando.Mr. .
t t-- We will also sell Bath Tubs Water Clos-
dances each month. The Country Jaddy has visited Orlando be. you ,

Club will be the scene of many merry fore, and it was this fact which led ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
& him induce his friends to this
festive events this winter. to come
have preferred plumber fit them if
may your up
+ way and then go to the East Coast.
The Ladies' Society of the Chris Mr. Jaddy thinks Orlando has all the you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri

tian church will meet Wednesday at places through which he passed can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
3 o'clock with Mrs. Robert Bellamy, skinned a mile and hopes to return in
Sons 003 East Central avenue. the near future for another visit. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

for five years.

I )Ir. nnd Mr*. Joseph Bumby, Jr., BURNS HANDS AS RESULT: OF .
went to Kisalmmce yesterday to attend GASOLINE;

A dance last evening. at the On Monday while cleaning! a mall :
F. Raehn Co.iMMIIMMMMMIIIMMIMIMMMMIMIMIMIMMMIIIMIMIHMItilMIIMIlin
Country Club. electric motor, gasoline vapor was ignited Joseph .

by a park and Ed. Allen, of lam
Mn. James Mnirruder, Jr., will behostess Allen & Co. burned hit right hand
TilE PIPE MAN
to the Junior Matrons Club quite severely. It wai promptly

this afternoon. dreued. .
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(luf.t.* rvirikterintr& at the Sun Juan I n',IIIIIItltlO ttOUTII OF) AUTOS
"REO BOOK"[ TELLS OFAUSTRIA'S hotel, yesterday included! II. Banner I t'OLUuuO.U) PAST FORAGE GROCERY CO.

and v\ife. Miss !.eons Fwrrtll\ M.1 IIr-1 FISCALEAU

ant, JIUI. K. Hart, New York; :'
DIPLOMACY Kunsman, Detroit; W. IK V. Hopkins, I I Washington, P. C., Oct. 25.-Foreign -
lack C. IlirsrhLer E. L. Weiant I countries took over $74,000,000 A visit to our store,will make you a ..

Atlanta; Frank A. Chase, Jr., Attle- worth of American automobiles and regular customer.
DEMANDS OF ITALY TOO boro, Mass; B F. Roe, Kenansville; I parts thereof in the past fiscal year,

MUCH FOR AUSTRIA'S J. F. Moss, Chicago; A. C. Marshall, i I the bureau of foreign and domestic
I. C. Hannah, C. E. Broward, Jack- I commerce announced today. This was
CONCESSIONS.tustria's I the of Sugar 17 lbs for . . .$1.00 Florida Round Steak . .*18c
sonville Cornelius Christiancy, Allen increase of previous year
; I an Creamery Butter, Ib. . . .35c': '' Florida Sirloin . . . . . .20c
dale E. Pennmgton, Memphis O. W. more than $36,000,000. Prospects are
Red Book Shows That ; ; the calendar I Fresh Eggs, dozen . . . S.lc: ; Florida Porter House . . 20c
Ludlow, Chicago; Klois Remler, J. A. that the exports in year
Ham, whole . . .19c. and 20c Western Round . . . . . .20c
Levine, Ed. W. Blum, J. F. Jackson, will exceed $120,000,000.
Austria Tried to Get Italy countries the Hams, sliced . . . . . . .22c Pork Sausage . . . . 17c
Savannah W. S. Till, Tampa M. D. European are largest
Up to May 23: of Wilson, Bartow.; ; purchasers of American motor trucks. I Boiled Ham, sliced . . . 35c; Smoked Sausage . . . ,20c

sales made, however Sliced Bacon . . . . . . 25c; Frankfurtes . . . . . . ,17c
This Year Increased are being -
Colonial far removed from Sliced Box Bacon.c Chuck Roast . . . . . .12'zc
to countries
The hired girl has went-she was Cod Fish 2 for . . . . . 2oc: Rib Stew . . . . . . . .10c
New York, Oct. 25.-The Austro- hired, she was tired, she was fired; I the war zone.Exports

Hungarian[ consulate here made public but> smile-you can get another by to England aggregated .
- -- -- -- -- -
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France, $14,248,000, -
sirur our want ad. column. over $24,000,000;
tonight a "Red Book," containing and Russia more than $9,000,000. Total -

the diplomatic documents concerningthe I exports to Alaska were $91.381; "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor

HILLSIs negotiations between the Dual |Hawaii, $1,514,585, and to Porto Rico,
to DeLaney Drug Co.
$775,879.
Monarchy and Italy in the year pre i i

declaration of war GLASS OF SALTSCLEANS I
ceding Italy's Advertise in the Morning Sentinel Telephone No. 2
against her former partner in the
- --- 10 cents a week delivered.


triple is alliance.It a record. of constantly increasing KIDNEYS s sIf ;

concession on the part of Austria,

which, however, were never quite able MisdirectedEconomy Send your Prescriptions here to be filled.
catch with the demands of Italy.
to The Red up Book states in several your Back IB aching or Bladder Call us up for your wants. Prompt delivery.
bothers,drink lots of water
places that King Victor Emmanuel .
and eat less meat. I
found it necessary to go to war to -

save his throne. It was war or revolution Trying to save a few cents by !

building to the Italian court's way of When your kidneys hurt and your back I having your work handled by inferior -
feels sore, don't get scared and proceed J. D. WOODBECK Manager
thinking, according to Austrian diplo- I i hands.
to load your stomach with a lot of drugs I
1200 feet of Side- natists. that excite the kidneys and irritate the i I I Your personal influence is
of the trouble betweenthe entire tract. Keep kidneys when .
The start urinary your greatly enhanced you are -- --- --
two nations was on July 20, 1914, clean like you keep your bowels clean, clad in immaculate linen.
walks 2000 feet of by flushing them with a mild, harmless
in the interpretation
when a difference developed salts which removes the body's urinous
of the famous article 7"of waste and stimulates them to their nor- '
Clay Streets, has 8 the triple alliance treaty.On mal activity. The function of the kidneys OrlandoSteam You'll
Macchio telegraphed is to filter the blood. In 24 hours
May 15 Baron
they strain from it 600 grains of acid Telephone
houses under con- to Baron Burian: and waste so we can readily understandthe LaundryFRENCH Get It,
Iore particulars of the game prearranged vital importance of keeping the kidneys
-
between the governmentand active. DRY CLEANERS Quick No 28
tract to be finished the representatives of the entente Drink lots of water-you can't drink LAUNDERERS
too much; also get from any ph&rma.cistabout
powers are gradually becoming known. four ounces of Jad Salts; takea PHONE 88Dressmaking
within 90 days. I have previously reported that one is tablespoonful in a glass of water for
here apparently at a loss how to construe before breakfast each morning for a few j Just call when you need any-
the casus belli. According to days and your kidneys will act fine. thing for the office, from "pins to .
This famous salts is made from the
information from reliable sources, the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined ] ParlorMiss printing," and we'll have it therein RUSHOrders

moving spirit the Colonial Secretary with lithia,and has been used for genera- a jiffy. We are featuring
tions to clean and stimulate clogged kid-
Martini, who calls every morning on
I ES J-pmn Forms and Binders
neys; also to neutralize the acids in
Colonial Hillsis the British ambassador for orders, at urine so it no longer is a source of irritation
Margaret R. Hamiltonfor
tricks
first proposed to organize an incursion thus ending bladder weakness. time-saving foreverybusiness -

with Garibaldian irregulars or Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in- present located at 407 S. Or- office
the elevation with regular troops; Baron Sonnino jure;. makes a delightful effervescent
highest -
lithia water drink which everyone should
had under consideration a plan to take now and then to keep their kid- ange Ave. W. S. BRANCH,
stun Vienna by the issuance of some neys clean and active. Try this, also
of pointin THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
any new document as astounding as the keep up the water drinking, and .It
doubt will wonder what became of
recent abrogation of the alliance, or I Ito your kidney you trouble and backache. : The public and all former'
Orlando, has combine this action with the step
invited to calL
proposed by Martini. patrons

water lights and As late as May 25, the day Italy

declared war, Baron Macchio was still Standard Supply Co

urging Austria's concessions upon the Auto LiveryPhone ORLANDO ROOFING
'
gas. unwilling Baron Sonnino. He wired

Baron Ilurian: 632J. ANE
to continue the BRICK LUMBER
"All my endeavors
discussion were met with the ever-re- STONE SASH E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. SHEET METAL CO.

'It is too late.'" LIME DOORS
curring phrase:
CEMENT BLINDS Two Cars in Service for Day or

Colonial Hillsis DR. DUMBA IS ENNOBLED BY PLASTER PAINTS Night Calls Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR HAIR OILS ,

LATH HARDWARE and Rubber Roofings

only ten blocks Berlin, Oct. 25.-Dr. Constantin T. SHINGLES ROOFING A. B. Cook & Co

Dumba, whose recall as Austro-Hun- Cornices, Skyllgbts. .Beallng, Ventilating, Htal Ceilings
from the center of ganan ambassador to the United Esimates furnished on complete Christ Building, Orlando.
States was requested by President house billsEverything
Wilson, arrived in Berlin today. Commenting Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

Orlando. on the arrival of the diplomat -: to build a house. Building Materials and Income

the Vossiche Zeitung says: Prompt Delivery
'We learn from an unusually well Investments
informed source that Emperor Fran- A. B. Cook & Co. LOANS ..

cis Joseph has ennobled Ambassador
Dumba."

Prices range
Sentinel want ads get results.

from $250 to $70Cner


lot. TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE S.\LEThe

two houses! I have for sale at
the price of one are located on lot .8 ? ,
foot front facing east, with a depthof
185 feet, number 406 Magnolia
avenue, between Livingston and Ame-
lia. The section of splendid homes, '
with grand old oaks arching the
To see Colonial] streets.
The modern 2 story house has on
first floor: parlor, living room, dining
phone or write room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lav-
atory, large living porch on the front
and side latticed rear porch. it 1: TN
On the second floor -are 3 large I
sleeping rooms, each having enam-
eled lavatories piped for hot and cold
water. There is also an extra large I
screened-in sleeping porch, with rocm II
enough for the whole family The I
bath room is large, light, and airy,
nice enameled fixtures all modern and
sanitary. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
The house is newly painted and pa-
pered throughout, shades are hung, it
IS wired for electric lights fixtures DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
installed, also connected with gas. In I
1
fact, you will find every convenience
Carl C Dun necessary for home comfort. If you
do not care to use the entire house. Values Low Prices
the location, so near the "Wjoming,"
I I insures rentals of spare rooms at COMPARE
extra good prices. Always in demand -
; or if you care to rent the entire .
house and occupy during the OUR FURNITUREWe
I'tourist season the 3 room cottage on
the premises in the rear, you would
derive a rental by which the property
could be made to pay itself out. provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
There is a garage, barn, and chicken The "HOOSIER" BeautyLet cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
house, etc. Fruits of ,various an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We
kinds, everything right up to now and can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
just a little above the ordinary in us show you today why you
stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
many wajs.It
does not require much ready, should have this Cabinet
money; a small cash payment from '
responsible parties will secure the
property.The McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
price is $6,300. A bargain at
that figure. HAND & SONSole
E. C. :'OPXG, OSCAR Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
REAL ESTATE,
Room 10. Mc.Neill & Davis Block.
10-24-tfc Agents for Orange County I

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Worthington BlackmeoiATTORNEYATLAW 1

ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW :

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Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet
I I Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

,. ORLANDC I Phone 161 worth Building.

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Cement, Agatfte Plaster and Lime : DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
FARHUNDSrGROVESfOISES

" / LOTS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72

Phone 161 Rooms 5. 6, 7. 8Davis ,-

& McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Ha
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A Bath In A Tea Kettleis The Morning Sentinel Want- R. RAY WHITE

Directory is the Greatest WaRt ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44 & SALLAS
the luxury
from .
a long way Terms Cash in Advance.RATES

and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water. I I Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. 208 Boone Street

because they do not realize the For One Day ______________25tFor <<
And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance I Three Days ____________50c Phone 597.

For Six Daya ___________-__75c
I economy of a Gas Water Heater. I I For One Month ____________$2.59
; This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
Heater 25 words or less. If the ad con- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
A Gas Water I tains more than 25 words the rate 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- ARCHITECT
Means Comfort Economy, Convenience 1 sertion.If .
716
I you can't bring your ad to Phone McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando: ,
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
fire is telephone win be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
especially after your furnace counts opened by Florida.
It's the best and easiest way to get hot water- payable the following day. Bldg

Member F. A. A.
out. I Every Home-Every Business I
reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man has use for a
Tie a string on your finger as a Sentinel Want Ad. I
Dr. F. F. Thompson

talk it over with you.ORLANDO. ill .. SURVEYINGPlating

FOR SALE and SubDividingPROMPT DentistFormerly

I FOR SALE-:Model: 27 Buick; good of New York
WATER & LIGHT CO condition. Write Box 567. AND ACCURATE

9-23-tfc WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

GAS DEPARTMENTMMIIIIIIIIHIIIIMItlllllllltMIIMIM FOR furnished SALE-FOR and unfurnished.RENT-Houses Also, HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & O'Neal's

some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
before buy or Civil Engineer
have to offer you
rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East Pm:

street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.108dwlmo' 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
.,

FOR SALE-English Pea Trees. The Phone 72
much like
peas they bear are very
garden peas and they grow very rap-
.
idly, and are very prolific. Trees
from 5 to 8 feet high 40 cents each or Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
T. II. Fuller 307
1 3 for $1. Apply to OPTOMETRIST
East Pine street. 1023GteELEGANT and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO. . FLORIDA:

=_: HOME:: for sale or rent; WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
and bath, 2 sleeping
has 7 rooms
OF
KINDS
-" porches heating plant; is modern Dads & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL

IIMI Itlllillllllllll H throughout. Smaller 7 room house, ORLANDO, FLA.. ornCAl.SKFADtXKOFOR
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo

MONEY MAKER Umbrella recovered and repaired SALE-Buick extra roadster rim and; tire de;
FOR SALE-A mountable rims;
I Furnished 14 rOm house, on crick "while you wait." ax young's Repair completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
street, arranged for light housekeep; Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Garage, 32 East Church street. I
ing. Splendid location; large lot. 1020tfcTO
H CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave9193mo TRACY & SO\IERVILLE-Carpen-::
APOPKA
SOUTO ters and cabinet makers. Screen CONTRACTORS AND BUILD-
doors; and windows, frames, sleeping F.KSEKS:
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract porches, counters, shelving, show We are prepared to furnish estimates -
mile from city limits;, and
one quarter cases, refrigerators, alterations on completed house bills, from
FLORIDAAll fine for citrus or subdivision pur- ) number of
very additions. We keep a foundation to roof from pillar to
,
Dann.
$100 acre. See Carl constantly on hand.
per
poses. skilled workmen comb. Representing: one of the largest -
6-9-tf 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo lumber and supply houses in Florida -

our prices will interest you. We
WANTEDWANTED I LAWN MOWERS sharpened and furnish complete house bills and guar-
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and antee prompt delivery.A. .
-1 or 2 extension and 2 to I Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc B. COOK & CO.,
the leading varieties'of Orange and Grape- 4 step ladders, extensions 30 or.36 10-2G.4t Christ Building.
: 10 feet. State price
; and .step b or YOU CAN DOUBLE ;jour money

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest % :M. & E., care Sentinel. 10-21-3t quickly; high on and a few desirable Orlando; price buildinglots low; OSTEOPATIIIC SURGEONDr. PHYSICIAN AND

.. WANTED-To all kinds of prop- small if desired. Box 5,
.. payments
.
.
.. sale rent. I am having *
prices .. .. .. .. erty for or for houses fur- Formosa, Florida.10226t Howell, osteopathic physicianand
manp applications 1 that he has
announces
I will bglad surgeon
nished and unfurnished.
Harvard University
to list what you have. :Mrs Delivered every day-Elder Spring returned from work
II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & I where he took post graduate throat diseases.in
Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo Company, Rock Building. Phone 105.; 1 Also eye, ear physical nose and diagnosis (nerves

gentleman comfortable 10-lO-tfc. heart, lungs::, kidneys and other viscera
WANTED-By
room, permanently. In answer Drink Elder Spring Water. See or ), and electrotherapy and contagious build--
Office, Cheney
I state price. J., care Sentinel. phone Geo. T. Hull &. Company, Hock diseases. Telephone
List and lowest 10-26-3t building. Phone 105. 10-16-tfc ing, opposite San Juan hotel. -
Send today for Catalog, Description : Office. 617; residence 1018.

AXTED-Good machinist to workat When in need of a veterinary call
prices to the above address Winter Park. Must be able to on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. A GOOD INVESTMENTIs
repair automobiles and not a user of
alcoholics Apply at 408 S. West St., CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a guaranteed
that will yield a
Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc limited number of persons. Pleas- one We handle income -
for ten years.
income
I ant rooms in new home. All modern investments yielding 8 per cent
i Also furnished rooms
.. 11111111111111111...1 WANTED--Clean rags at Sentinel 1013tiMISCELLANEOUS conveniences.for housekeeping.Irs.. Gertrude net regularly. Real Estate Bonds
office. and Income Investments.
east Mortgages:
I nurse 14 High street
I Seymour should yield 8 per cent
10-8-lmoc Your
money
FOR RENT I II of Lake Eola. i in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan-

| FOR RENT-A good ten room fur- I tILDIGLTEUI.LS; AND do. 10-15-lme
nised house with modern conveniences MAKE A BUSINESS of planting ESTIMATESWe
and well ventilated; just the citrus trees. All trees. I set guar- OUR HOME PLAN
thing for a boarding house; located in I Ii anteed. Write for prices.:: Box 222, are prepared to furnish estimates -
a prosperous, growing town. Apply Ocoee, Fla. 10-2-1-1moc on lumber and building mate- $24.67 monthly for 10 years.
toY.. L. Story, \Vnter Garden, Fla. rial of all kinds. Give our service a 26.58 monthly for 10 years.
9-JO-tfc.: WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange Orlando. 28.86 monthly for 10 years.
trial. A. B. Cook & Co., for 10
monthly years.
or rent jour city and county 30.80
FOR RENTFine 1 FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with property. Call and see us. Geo. T. 10-19-20t. I 32.93 monthly for 10 5;ears.
I all modern conveniences, for housekeeping I Hull Co., Rock Building, Room 3. 1 31.68 monthly for 10 )'ears.
I HOMES
307 East BEAUTIFYiOUR monthly for 10 years.
near Eola park. 10-5-lmc 36.85
1 Pine street. 10-23-6t: I Phone 105. The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man: : Pick out your home, or your lot,
Fish and oysters received daily.H. will bring in a car of fine palms the : and we will build you a home. We
\ FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms M.: Self &. Co. 1-10-6-tfc coming week. Any one wishing his handle investments and building ma-
Store from for light housekeeping, with all services and experience will please terial. A. B. COOK & CO., Orlando.
Corner --- he will
him card at once, and 1-10-21-6tc
1 modern conveniences. Call 312 East NURSERY TREES Valencias, Parson drop a hard
10-26-6t call to see you and make you
South street. tangerines rough
:: Browns, and : ; the
November 1st. FOR RENT-House on Lake Ivanhoe, lemon, sour and grapefruit stock from time palms. prices.at 411 For North reference Orange see avenue, The want ad's the thin .
one mile from city limits; and a Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale I J. IL.llooney
set out five years ago.
furnished room. Apply 411 West I" cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, i Orlando. I10lOtfcBULBS
street. 10-26-Gtc: Fla., Route 2. 9-23-lmoc

FOR RENT Are you looking for a : FOR EXCHANGE-$50 hammerless are headquarters FOR FALL PLANTING for all kinds-We of CLINT BASS
furnished, II' double barrelled shotgunfor
completely Parker
little home bulbs aryl seeds. Call in and see
easy to care for, reasonable price, I' well trained bird dog. Address Orlando Seed and Produce Co., PHONE 375
them.
C. A. HOVEY with or without garage, choice residential -I "Gun," care Sentinel. 10-20-tf 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
location See suitelag'Tlo:: : West Jefferson Street
lia and Concord. 10-26-6t I BUYERS AND SELLERS I 10-10-tfc Successor to

FOR RENT-By the season month I buy, sell rent, and exchange real A GOOD INVESTMENTWhy to remain
or 5 ear, one upstairs flat for light I estate. Have resided in Orlando handled, Fls over, idle or draw permit a your small money rate of interest I Hand Wood Company
housekeeping; also other rooms, and lover 30 years. Have when can have an investment
and bath in Call and see me. you
garage, electric lights 20000000. cent. net for ten I
I house. Apply 300 East Conci rd are.910tic 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. yielding;years or eight longer.; per We handle only I Wood of All Kinds

income investments, mortgages -:I
guaranteed
SERVICEREASONABLE
Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS. If I PROMPT
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom D. Lee twice a day from Spring or improved city property.we can PRICE
desire regular income
I First Methodist church; tele- Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. furnish you it. A.a B. Cook & Co., Orlando. :
Try a Sentinel Want Ad phone street. 221, or call 14 East 10-20-tfc Jackson :1-9-30-lmoc\Ia ruder, number 583-R. 10-20-10tc I



1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL MMMMMM . .. ... . .ilMMMIIMMPrepare .
..
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Mr*. W. U. Reid ha* returned to
Orlando from a visit to relative and!
friend in Tampa and I'arruh


Travel in' Panamaand 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick'a jitney bus. 5e.

everywhere on American tmito/, is simplffisd/' by MA.B.A.
Cheques. They ant much safer to carry than cash; and they ae Mr. J. P. Berman was among the .
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would well known citizens of
Pine
Castle
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques
are ulf'idtntifying.. We recommend them to all who travel for transacting business at the county
business or pleasure. capital yesterday.Mr. .

The State Bank of Orlando for
and Mrs. F. B. Dale yesterday \
r moved from their home on Anderson
street to their new home 411 South


r Main.RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one H" AUTUMN OF LIFE"
hour 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc

Mr. A. C. Fellows who has been
spending several weeks at his former

home near Charleston, W. Va., has returned -
to Formosa.Mr. .
By saving a definite

J. H. Bear, of Winter Park,
amount each week. We
was among the well known citizens
transacting business in Orlando yes-
have
terday. several plans. Letus

explain them.
How much did you save last month
in cash: or Savings::: Checks? 8-12-tf

Mrs. N. J. Merck and Mrs. Geo. --
Banschbach, who have been spending
several weeks in the mountains of
North Georgia, are expected to return
home today. The Peoples National Bank"It

-
Mr. S. A. Senn, aformer resident Is A Pleasure To Serve You"MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMM
of Orlando, but who is how making
-- T T his! home at Dundee, in folk county,
spent" yesterday! in Orlando greeting
friend Mid acquaintances? !,
-
net your next shave at the Stands
wd. I I8.ai.tf
__
MU Ethel: (Greenwood who hapbeen
AYNES visiting Mm 1 Httnlioin and
daughter, MU\ "Florence, at their

H OLBROOK J. P. Dealer home on Houth I aVe street, left yesterday ,
afternoon fur Ahheville, N. C. ,...,., .. e
. ... .
T .. . ... ..... ,

HUPMOBILEStop Mrs, M. F. Martin arrived' in Or. f
Undo yesterday afternoon over the .i.. IMMilllilllMiM.MIM.MMIMMIIIMMIMIIMIIMiMUThe ... ,.'. ............

Count Line from Melbourne, on the
Kant: Coaat, to visit her daughter,
Mrs. V. Hdch, at 11 DeUney street. Gasoline Problem Solved


UellOlilt| your Savings Checks and
let them: stun 4 per: cent. interest fur
you. A-l2.it
FuelineGuaranteed
Apopka was ably represented In
Orlando yesterday by the followingwell
known citizens: Editor E. C.
Harrington, of the News, Ernest Lie. at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated
ting, f'. E. Zepp, and Dr. O. M. Chap
man. combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of ,


"., Mrs. :Marie Killen was among the carbon. '

absentees returning this week from Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases .

other points where they have spent a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
the She '
summer. spent a portion of .
the time in Charleston and other chambers, preventing carbon oxide.
places in South Carolina.
5c. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.I .
-
How much did you save last month
Thief! in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Sheriff L. II. Ingram of Osceola

Make your Ford car thief proof. I. have county Roberson and and Mrs.daughter Ingram, Miss Mrs.Leona J. Z. I San Juan Garage Company jj

the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed I motored to Orlando yesterday from
Kissimmee and spent several hours
on your car. greeting friends and shopping.Ride .
I Orlando-Day tona

Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. G
F. G. RUSHPhone Itl-18uMr.

R. O. Meek editor of the Fort 1111111111.11.11..1..1.1..11111111'1.11I.III.'I.I.I I. ..

226. Meade Leader is among the promi.
nent South Floridians visiting Orlando 11111111111111111111111.11111111. 11111'111111111111111111111111111111111 .1Mf 4
this week. He is accompanied by I
his son and they are attending the
Wesleyan Bible Class Federation.Rev. Who Will Be Your Executor?

.
W. J. Carpenter, former pas-
tor of the First :Methodist church of ANSWER NO.2.

-- -- this city, but now pastor of the First; Your estate may be materially impaired as a
Methodist church, Jacksonville is in direct result of the appointment of an executor E J ,
.. . . . . . i tttttit Mt'WEDDING '. .. .1111.1.111...:t
the city in attendance upon the meeting or trustee. .
I of the Wesleyan Bible Class Fed- y ; t -S
eration. When an individual is appointed Il a._ .

The financial responsibility is generally weaker. ,? ', tti t f'r: ry

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.; : It is usually( provided in wills that the person tt .
18-21-U nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
----" ? r
GIFTS : from giving bonds ; )
Mr. C. C. Hall, one of Pine Castle's
leading citizens!!, transacted!' business When surety bOhds are supplied. It is lit the e\-
ttt the county tnetbpolis! Mr. ahd) pease! of the estate, ftnd theh! only partial !security 1, '
What will the bride *a>* ut your )gift? Will she look : M h. Hull here t lecehtljreturned tdtheir dgaiHsl!! Ions!' Ja provided, A 2

ht t It Hiul nay I litiiKiildlyi "That N I \wy pretty'Wti1 will I Florida home ftpm it summerfcteiit NVheR tftist Cempdfiy la selected t i= t
(| at |n,ihtq ef interest( Hi Mil is@hueetts
the tilt ; it to lipi' iliptat i and NIV!: "mill! I jiht t l lo\e tli" \ IHhl Vl'ftlWf t. The peMtive! l advantage f Hrefi financial l re.@hEiHSitdlity 1
( i is reared\ + t
That i N XfUttl tlw' ilitf l lietWten t a..
r
) np
buying tits "oi': Ilev, J, II Mitt-hell, flf Tampa' Jinnry" gifts{ find{ the eMjuteite! thingo on ftlHt:1 l here at ill OiUrufc J attending 'the meeting of strength! fit t tVe InstitHtJon U 1w4y filed with r
the Wetlejrait HiW CM iIi Federation 1 the l 1'rohsla' 4rt, fit Pft Fn.> to. (the estate
nn arr flIer fast,
Ile Ii the guest of Mr. ATILt Jrs.| C. K, A! sw r NOT 8 vappear}\] '1'A subsequent! issue
AIFPowell at their home, ?0? 11'eat of th ii J eWIiJlBver, rr=
-- - -- Central) avenue. Rev. Mitchell was at
i
one time pastor of the First Methodist -
church in this city and is receiving Come in any time and freely ask for further
a most cordial welcome. information on this vitally important subject.
You are always welcome, and our offices are always
T. H. EVANS Deposit your Saving. Checks and glad to advise. -- ,
let them earn 4 per cent interest for

JEWELER you. DoctorsBuekinasfcr 8-12-tf The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



& Brimfe,!! Orlando, .Florida
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OSTEOPATHS
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00.II.lelll.t..111"1111'11"11"
tt Rirksville Mo.
M..IIt.I..tJltjlltt..J.J. ,. . ... .. .... 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples

National Bank. Phone 678. 40MMM. MM MMIIIMMMM . . M " " e



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