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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00548
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME TIIUEE. ORLANDO, 1.'tOUIIJ.S.Tl!UIJ.\V, OCTOHKR :30. 1UIS.:\ NUMHKR22I; :::: I.





FRANCO-SERB FORCES GAINED TWENTY



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MILES SOUTH BULGARIAN TERRITORYTAKE




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STKUMIT/A AND PEN. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +


ETHATE CHEAT 1IULGARIA DISTANCEA FOR MAY TRADE ELKS'PROPERTY +++ GREAT DITION MONEY-IS NOIIMAL KING'S CON. +++ THE NEW( FRENCH MEXICAN TROOPS CROSS


+ S.w'ork., Oct. 29.-I'hjaU +

HEAVY BATTLE IS NOW RAGING FOR + cling attending J. P. Morgan, + I CABINET IS NOWORGANIZED
+ who was operated on for appendkitis +

+ (hi* morning, issued a + INTO U. S. TERRITORY fOR

FlgHting) In Southern Section + bulletin at eleven o'clock tonight +

rjrtlculnrly THE JAIL + saying that the patient was r 'M- +
Violent Great:
+ log easily and his condition wa +

fart of Serbia: 114 I, + fully AlII normal all In be n. +
+ prcled. + FIRST TIME[ IN HISTORY
Doomed) CO. C(). I'ItS EXPECTED)
I TO( + + + . . . . . IIRIANDll.\ HE: PREMIER:

IIUI.I.KTINI" I DISCUSS) LOCATION' FOR AND ;MINISTER I FOR- I

*2H 1111\'S: JOHN IIHIGIIT l.iriTKK. . -
London. Oct. 29.-A dispatch to the NEW: JAIL SIGN; AFFAIRS" MEETING: : ( 01". PILE. ...: CITY COUNCILYKSTEUDAY / '
''I) HOKACi: (GKKKI.KYNew : : US4 4TO Nlvl'.U'li'II.I.A
,Time from Alhrn My that I the |lulKirlan > : : (

have again r..lak..n.1...*. MAY BE DECIDED NOVEMBER 2ND I York.-A four page letter FRANCE GETS LOTS OF GOLD COIN The People -National Bunk, in the .\IUIFIUUI SIDEFIVE AMERICAN : .

An rhanfe: | Telegraph dlcpalrh from John Bright the Englihh statesman ; -
bid
only received by the city council
from Athens Maya that the Frenchforce written to Horace Greeley in the
Elks: Name Committee Yesterday yesterday, agreed to give and accrued
Individuals in par
co-operating with the Serbian McClellan-Lincoln presidential cam Respond Patriotic interest lien TROOP TRAINS CAVALRYMENObregon
on paving warrants
army have taken Strumitia and ad. -New Jail North of Elks paign of 1864, saying Englishmenwho 'ashlon-Germans Defeated that the city may now have or
vancrd thirty-two kilometer (20 hoped to see the Union destroyed
Home, Which Will lieClerk's have in the
in Congo Free may next year, funds to
miles) into Bulgarian territory.The favored McClellan and those who deplored Fails to Accompany
remain on deposit in the bank until
report of the Franco-Serb occupation Office secession were for Lincoln, State Carranza
requested for paving, and to draw in- Because "Salary"Not
of Strumitza followed closely brought $28 yesterday in the Andrson
upln, the announcement that the When the Board of County Commissioners auction rooms where the sale of Part Paris, Oct. -Aristide Briand an- terest at the rate of 2 1-2 per cent Forthcoming-Dig

heights dominating the city had been meet Tuesday, November VII. of the late Adrian II. Joline's library nounced tonight that the new French per annum. Battle Near
2 it is that The Peoples Bank has again acted
expected a greater portion
taken by storm. was begun. cabinet had been completed and wouldgo

The dominating positions of Valan- of the session will be devoted to George D. Smith the buyer, paid to the chamber of deputies for con- with commendable public spirit in Spofford, Texas, Oct. 29.-Five
buying the of
I city Orlando bond issues
dovo Rabovo and Tatar Lisofre were a discussion of a new lot for an addi- $610 for two volumes in loose sheets firmation immediately. troop trains loaded with 5,000 Car-
taken in the tion to the county court house and !of letters and Briand will be in the past and in contracting
turn by advancing troops autograph portraits of premier and ministerof ranza cavalrymen and four 3-inch
yesterday for future warrants and
according to a dispatch forcing the for the purpose of erecting a new I'W. II. Ainsworth and his friends; foreign affairs. General Gallieni bond issues for the next cannon passed through here this afternoon -

Bulgarians to abandon the town. county jail. $135 for six verses of Lord Byron's mnister of finance. Jules Cambon year. on the way to Agua Prieta,
The council will order load of
a car
It is stated that trade will be
A further Franco-Serb a from "Oscar of Alva will be
advance
on manuscript ; general secretary for foreign Sonora to attack Villa's army from
twelve inch pipe for future protection
the Islip is reported on a considerable proposed between the local Elks lodge $130 for a manuscript letter from affairs with a seat in the cabinet. the American side of the border.

front and a heavy battle is raging in and Orange county whereby- the Elks Charles I. of England to Louis XIII. Other cabinet ministers have not been against breaks in the sewer system. They entered yesterday at Laredo,
this property at the corner of East Cen- of France and for made Other matters discussed were of
region. $22 a manuscriptof public. Texas.
According to all advices the British tral avenue and Court street will be a song-poem by Coleridge. minor importance. I This is the first time in the historyof

believed have the traded for the county jail property at Weis for France Gets Gold
troops are to joined George paid $260 a one- the Mexican revolution that Mexican
French in the operations in southern the corner of North Orange avenue page letter written by Robert Burnsto Paris.-In response to the requestof DOUGLAS WILLIAMS PASSED troops have been allowed to cross

Serbia. While the fighting in the and Washington street. The trade Lady Don of Coates expressing his the government last June, that pri- DAY QUIETLY SOME into American territory with, arms.

southern Serbian theatre is most des- will be an even exchange. A conces- gratitude and affection toward the vate individuals exchange their gold BETTER Carranza will arrive at Piedras

the sion will be asked by the Elks in case Glencairn of which she coins for notes, a total of $200,000000 ,-
perate, positions being captured family, was a Negras!, opposite Eagle Pass, tomor-
only to be lost and recaptured the the deal goes through that the pres- member. in gold has been turned over to Douglas Williams, 8 years old, who row where he once met John Lind and
ent Elks home will be retained untila was hurt Tuesday when an auto
the Bank of France.
[a- chain of battles in the north are no John K. Silliman special agents of
| new home can be erected on the jail struck him, passed a better day than
.: less violent. BIG FAIR AT TAMPA the state department. Gen. Obregon,
property. Belgians Defeat Germans usual yesterday and he seemed to bea -
The Austro-Germans and Bulga it is reported, refused! to
As a means of bringing matters to Havre.- -That there has been heavy bit stronger Conditions are fa* accompany
rians according to official announcements Although the promotion Work has Carranza to the border on account ofa
'I some definite understanding M. M. been conducted fighting between the Belgians!! and the vorable for his!! recovery it was elated
are steadily drawing a ring of quietly and withoutthe misunderstanding! between the two
Smith, S. A. Johnson and J. M. Cheney Germans along the boundary line of late last night at McEwnn's; sanita*
elect around the greater part of the usual blowing of trumpet, it l is chief over the distribution! of certain
Serbian armle I were yesterday appointed as a evident even at this date that the the Congo Free State and German Hum. However, he is a very rick money!

I : special Elks' committee South Florida .Fair to be held at East; Africa I 18 Indicated by advice. bo). Gen. Obregon remained at Torreon

{ FLORIDA TRADING (KAMI'S I It U further stated that the present! Tampa February 4 to 12: will be a just received by the lellnn| minlnter where report that Carransa had been
Elks' home with few change will of the colonle These THE WKATIIEH:
STATUTE a / pronounced success in every feature, dispatches say made a prisoner by his. chief military
l lit used by the county clerk; that a and 118 I not believed! that there! will that the German; troops!! have been commander was officially denied today -
.1' large/ fireproof vault will be con- beaten with heavy lot and put tonight For Florida: Generally fair today
Washington I). G.-The validity of be A county in the section, the East; ,

,i trading stamp legislation. In Mate strutted to the went of the buildingfor Coast Included, that will not be repre* and Saturday; gentle to moderate .. .- 'J

.t which have enacted lawn against the the county clerk' record! and rented' by A general' or at l least indivldual > ' I north winds u.Villa in Ugly Hood

' giving& of premium with goods sold that the jail will adjoin the Elks: product exhibits of all kind I, Escaped Officer Caught Washington, Oct. :29.: -Secretary of

r la aid t? depend upon the outcome property on the north facing Oak Half of the counties have already l ig* New York, -The six officers of the Columbia Grafonola reduced: to $15, War Garrison today decided to Bend

_. nf HFffiimentB today before the BU. street, and to cost about $21,000. nlfletl the intention of having general !interned. German. raider Prim WiNneim Records from JRe. up. Come and hear General Funston to Douglass to take
at Newport wno escaped a week them Curtis & O'Neal,
:4 preme court over the constitutionality -- - exhibits, and others will enter in No. the personal command of 0,000 troops stationed .
on auxiliary yacht Eclipse
ago
at such law in the states of Florida vember. The movement met with instant there and to prevent aggressions -
GERMANS TO QUIT POOR were captured at sea by a British
And Washington. favor after it was inaugurated, warship, according to a letter received LONDON CROWDS SEE BIG by Mexicans. The Carranza
Lawyers seeking to have the lawa this being due to the character of the forces are said to have been delayedand

'.annulled declared in presenting the LITTLE BELGIUM? business men behind it and to the fact here. it is feared that Villa's troops

caies to the court for decision that that hey are no inspired by a selfish "TO HELL WITH TilE HYPHEN. CAPTURED GUNS may quickly attack

.. last year '12 .000.OOO were given motive their one object being to develop T. It. MOTTO Villa U said to be In an ugly moodon

'a, away at premiums and that the life Amsterdam Holland.-An Antwerp every county In South Florida account of the recognition of Car-

' of the business wai at Issue. They dispatch to the Telegrnnf read. ; and make the fair a permanent fea New York_"To Hell with the Hyphen London.-The first trophies of the rum and thin In shown by the notification

*.'urged that the laws worked discrimination "All report from various districts ture. I"Thii German offensive in France were exhibited from Carlo Randall, !Kovrr

against one form of adverbs (of Belgium) agree that workmen are -- I I" the motto which Col. Theodore today on the Home Guard nor of the Mule, of Sonora. that he

ing and that other methods of adver- 'building A new front behind the GtMtMAN iOVKHNMKNT: l F1XIMCOMMODITY : Hooocvrlt think. might he placed : parade ground. Eighteen: German will not be responsible for the liven. of

thing might with equal| l justice Ie ::rh..lcIlu provide for the eventuality I'KKTH( : on the coins and teal. I of the United field piece captured at the battle of American flllt"n,11I", troop are

stricken down arbitrarily, If this one of the German; being obliged to retreat :State: In place of tho time honored expected to attack Agun I'rletu, andre

I In forbidden That they already are preparing I llc-rlln..The federal council has I". "I,: riurlhiiH Umim., I/oo and three cultured' at I.e Cntcau reported to be only 35 1; mile. away,

for such n poMlblllty, I I" "gittheted curd an order empowering' the Imperial In n 'letter to Jullu Chamber, on August 20, lull, were fchown.Tlxiuxnnd ,

*** (COMMITTiiS) : :: TO JOIN I'llliS.:: from u proclamation Issued nt 11 runwU chancellor to tth"\ maximum, journalist "t:11.. :211 Nest 110th .* of pernon flwkH to ace UK(; (GOOD. KOADS) >> MIITIM: ; ; AT

I '1 IIYTKIIIAN: IWANCIIKS: for . fish the truphle The were guarded IE1.1'ON) .: S1'HIN.S
.j according to which nil exmildier price potHti-e \ and game. The utrrrt the Colonel suggests. that the gun :

.. former member of tho civil chancellor immedlutly vet the retail present mutt l I.e trun.lat".l Into "lan by sentries and further protected I by
Pittsburgh.: Pu.-The first step to. guard and all men of military ago price of potato at 4:15:I pfenning guage adapted to the nerds and M wire enclosure J, 0. Cmle, of 'Detaon Spring. Vo

..ward the union of the Northern and were summoned to report themselves, ($1.00)\ ) n metric hundredweight. Producers speech of the present day United In Nome instances the breech blocks IUlilacount), has written the Board of

r Southern Jurisdictions of the l'resby. Hundred who obeyed the summons are permitted to demand a States," to.wit: had ]been removed before capture but Trade! and! the Board of County Commissioners -

terlal church was taken today when were arrested and sent to an unknown maximum of 305 pfennig "To Hell with the hyphen!" otherwise the pieces appeared to be I requesting that a large
'. joint session of the comity commit. destination." in good condition and indicated that delegation be sent from Orlando and

- ,?ten of both branches met here. they had been abandoned early in ac Orange county to a gathering of good

{* #report No conclusion issued tonight was ,reached but sub-com-, said a ALTAMONTK SPltl.NGS PLAN FOR ELKS MEMORIAL TAMPA GETS U. C. V.IN '16 tion. November roads boosters 6.nCILIUXG. to be held at that place

1 -SAFETY FIKST" SIGNS TO BE
Inittees were appointed to consider
:
's Altamonte Springs, Fla., Oct. 29.- A NEW HOME
At a meeting of Orlando Lodge No. B. M. who has been PLACED NEAU SCHOOLS
, and report on various measures, espe- Mr. and Mrs. George E. Bates and Capt. Robinson
[" daily that of comity. These will be son, Everett, of the Altamonte hotel, 1073, Benevolent and Protective Orderof attending the state reunion, of the IN MIAMI J. II. Nolan, contractor, is buildinga

represented at Atlanta at a meeting have arrived. made the Elks heliKat their Home yesterday United Confederate Veterans at Ocala, new bungalow for Mrs. C. J. Fuller,
They trip by
:, December 1.'aritish. in their from Mount afternoon, the following committeewas returned to Orlando last ni ht. lie "Safety first. Look out for the on Lake Davis, which will be com-
stages car
easy New appointed by the exalted ruler said Ocala extended to the veteransone children," is a motto to be placed pleted] the first of November.
Vernon, Hampshire, stopping by
M. M. Smith to make the necessary of the finest, wholesouled wel- along the streets near all school build-
the way to visit, and reached here two
; Losses arrangements for holding their an- comes that he had ever experienced.The ings, if the plans of the civic bureauof
weeks after
starting. They came ear- Five Bodies Are
nual memorial services on Sunday entire city turned out, the houses the chamber of commerce do not
ly this year to have the hotel wired
December 5th: .s. A. Johnson, J. M. were decorated and the people outdid miscarry. This is intended as a warn-
for electric lights. There bet-
are no
t Very High .ter hotel people in the state than theyare. Cheney Walter Drennen, and II. H. themselves in royal entertainment.The ing to all motorists to drive carefully MissingPeabody

Yowell. unveiling of the monument at when in the neighborhoods where children -:
1 .
They know how to entertain
1:; London, Oct. .-British fcasualS their guests. Last season the house Jacksonville in honor of the women congregate.The .

# 'from the beginning of the war to was full to overflowing, and it will be SCOUTS HIKE TO FERN CREEK I of the Confederacy was witnessed by placing of signs, urging all :Mass, Oct. 2y.-In the

October 9 were 493,284. this year, too. Capt. Robinson before going to Ocala, persons passing hospitals to make as cavity within the blackened shell of
; British casualties Both troops of Orlando Boy Scouts !and he stated it was attended by the little noise as possible will also be which yesterday morning was St.
.. up to August 21, :Mr. and Mrs. R L. Betts and Mrs.
as given officially on September 14, Turner, of Winter Park, were guests hiked out past Fern creek last night most impressive ceremonies, and will advocated by the bureau, which meets John's parochial school], men searched

- Vwere: 381,983. This shows a total between for the day of friends. and had a general good time A bon- rank as one of the finest events in the tomorrow night at 7:30. today for evidence as to the cause of

that time and October 9 of fire was started and they played Scout history of the state. It is believed by bureau members the fire which cost the lives of twen-

': !111,311, or a daily average of 2,271. CARL D.SELLS ANOTHERH. games by its flames. Marshmallowsand At Ocala L. Buchanan was elected that there are no more important sub- ty-one; girls. The ruins also were ex-

'*,Losses between June 9 and August apples were later toasted over division commander for the ensuing jects to come up for discussion than amined carefully for more victims.

/21 averaged about 1,500 the coals and the Scouts enjoyed a year and by a unanimous vote Tampawas these two and both might be the Early today five bodies remained
daily. The Carl Dann has sold Arthur W.
marked increase in the fall feast of peanuts, cookies and other selected as the next meeting means of saving human lives which unidentified. Five girls were reported -
|v over the Newell, of S. A. Newell assistant
son
:summer tosses may be accounted good things. The boys were led by place. _Others attending the Ocala otherwise would be sacrificed to the missing by their families. Owingto
for cashier of the State Bank, an attractive
: lby the heavy fighting on the Scoutmasters Woodnick and Burden, sessions were S. W. Shepherd, of Or- speed mania and carelessness of automobilists the condition of unclaimed bodies
westernUfront' lot in Colonial Hills. Lots in
.,- .. last month. and Assistant Scoutmasters Lindsay lando, C. C. Johns of Pine Castle, andJ. and motorcyclists.-Miami positive identification probably wll be
',' Colonial Hills are selling fast. I:and Roach. I
' Herald. .
D. Eckols, of Ocoee. m possible.THE'



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E DAILY ; EVER KNEW\BOD\HIM. IA I Poem For The Day|

South Florida Sentinel I used to know a fellow who

MORNING AND WEEKLY claimed he didn't need to advertise; EDITH XELL 191:> MACAULAY

V. r:. GLENN .....................EdiUr j Ii as everybody knew him anyway, LORD <<
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W. C ESSISGTOS --BauutM---Manager writes Bert Walker of Osborne, Kan- Sun glent and gun glent, and sweet
'
the puctoffice at Orlando Flor eyes clear of pain,
Entered at bustedup
of
lIe claimed lots men
Ida a. Second Cite* Mail Matter sas. And on the head of a woman dead
because they spent too much the red cross made by Cain!
1 Year SUBSCRIPTION. .........RATESDaily. ........... 1500 with the village printer. 1 I is the name of a beautiful Hyacinth we have for sale. This hyacinth is.all its name ins,
6 Montlu .e...................... 2.60 money O distant ones, all white of face, I
Daily.Dash 3 Months ............__........ L25 heard from this same fellow the other Who hear the rifle-roll! plies. It is a stately, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand flower for the dining
Daily. 1 Moath ....................... JO da). lie was found dead in his placeof See the real death, the true disgraceThe

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... I LOO business. The coroner said he had devil's perfect toll: room or parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for growingsame.
been dead about twelve hours when A nation in the firing place
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Has murdered its own soul'! .
ADVANCETO found by some stranger who dropped

into the place to inquire the best fire and hate fire,with orders
ADVERTISERS Straight Price of Hyacinth glasses . . . 25c. each
road to neighboring village. People from the Crown;
.... a breath outslips I Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . lOc. each
Cpy for dUplay ami all other "-aet know today, but by to- But from the lips one Ito
4rtUiBX ...t k* .....ri In at UM kuiaeM may you blow an empire down! Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . 1.00 doz.
high
.ffic. .f tk. SeatiBel DOt.Iaur than I P. m.Ik morrow their forgetters are on
day before publication. Thia rmU applicoto it UtaTariahlo speed and unless you wave a flag in We saw the Tide of Terror sweep
ckaar lad for will contract bo otrictly a4VerU adhered iaks ... their face they will pass you up likea Across the Belgian plain We also have other Hyacinth Bulbs ranging from 40c. doz. up.

train does a turtle.o And women died like poison sheep
Sabacnben desiring The Sentinel discontinued passenger That dropped in a murrain; I
should notify ebe office in writing on Then wherefore should we pause and I
the date of expiration, otlurwiyo it will b* SERVICE FOR ,
iutwcnptioQ rate, LONG BORDER weep
continued at the regular '
notice to received. TWENTY-THIRD? For one more woman slain? AN"The .
nntil to I
Telephone N..atop b-r ...................... II THE .
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Washington, D. C.-That the twen-- Clear 1 soul and dear soul, white as the I
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 191;). ty-third infantry, now in Florida, is clouds that fly; Drug and Seed Man.
long period of border serviceis But on the cheeks the rose that speak, I
facing a "
"No pale girl coward I!
PROPRIETOR
Business is improving every day indicated by a statement preparedby
and the way to get your share of it Adjutant General II. P. McCain after For once she knew of mercy's knell '.
is through advertising in the Senti consulting the secretary of war When in a shuddering sea, CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
The Lusitania's fragile shell I
nel. and sent out by the war department in glee.
A scorpion stung
-0--- toda)' to Florida inquirers who have "A thousand in the sea-deeps dwell! FLORIDA
The police of Orlando arrested ten asked concerning the future disposition What is one here?' asks she. I

tramps, fed them and put them to of the regiment.
Before noon Proud head! Unbowed head! 0 eagle'screst
work digging sewers. I
and dove's'Where !
ten tramps were legging it toward TilE IUSTI.I.Y HK :\A'AI.TU.lXIXG now you lie beneath the sky
sonic easier town. Gee, those hobos Mill the wide world weeps and I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I
1
hate work worse than the devil hates loves! Pine Castle
Chicago, Oct. 28.-The steamship .
holy water.-Clearwater Sun. Eastland, which tipped over in the There is a hawk that hunts on high, i :
o Chicago river August C, with a loss of On town-bred geese to dine.A Nurseries
of life, limbs, health i
Conservation he from the sky,
thousand' slays
!;
and property in the United States and 312 lives, may be used as a govern With ne'er a warning sign, : I Hams! Hams! Hams! i
Canada was the keynote of the closing mental training ship.ORLANDO "'Behold'!" I hear the martyr cry'," Pine Castle, Fla.
is death like mine?
\\
--- -- one
Federation
meeting of the Safety First

of America, in Detroit last Red breast and dead breast the trembling The price of hams is steadily. advancing, but Thurs-
code to regulate CONCRETE[ [ flowers beneath! and'
week. A uniform class
Has first orange lb.
them at 20c.
sell
will
and per
the country was Your white hands sow, roy upon row, : day, Friday Saturday
traffic throughout a crop of dragon's teeth! rape fruit trees, ready to plant.Ve
adopted. Most of the resolutions em -John O'Keefe, in N. Y. World. \ otTer only first class trees, I
. bodied in the code were directed at WORKS o budded from prolific bearing i Flour Flour12lb.

the drivers of automobiles and at the 1 1o 2,183,000,000 PAID ON LOAN trees of known quality. We I

machines themselves.To 407 LONG STREET Berlin.-Installments paid in cashon also have the genuine Watson I

have a lot of work to do in a Phone 493; the third German to war 8,732,000,000 loan up to I watermelon seed. No melons' Sack only ________________________________45c ; ; *
October 23 amount shipped from where we saved

short time tests our mettle, and some- marks ($2,183,000,000), or 72 per cent. I our seed. Melons weighed from II 24-lb. Sack only ________________________________90c. ! f
the
times, strange to say, improves work done of the total. 20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue
quality of our performance. The experience All classes of Concrete

is stimulating and requires Walks, Steps, Bridges, Fountains, SINK GERMAN STEAMERS 1 I Free.

every ounce of concentration.The fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Ar- Russia.-British

Sentinel's classified page contains a :>or Posts, White< Way Electric rines Petrograd have ,sunk four more sUbma-1 WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

vast amount of valuable' information, Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellices, steamers in the Baltic.

concentrated, classified and put within Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or nouncement is made in the Russian

reach of all readers. It will pay you Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops, official statement issued tonight.

to get the classified o reading habit. Gate Blocks Posts, Common of any and design Ornamental, Building' ------- ------ --- H R. BERRY Our Grocery CompanyTwo

The Sentinel is bragging about the Building Blocks, faced with Granite;
fine pineapples grown in the pineries Coquinna, or any other natural Rocks. GEO.: WASHINGTON Phones: 3 and 200

around Orlando. Of course they are Plans and estimates made for Bungalows *
fine. Hut good pineapples may be or other buildings.! All work said: "He who makes two blade: A complete line of Ford Accessories i G and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.

anywhere In the lower half of flrst-cluss. Building 1'iern25c. where one grew
grown guaranteed of grn'rt grow staff of expert mechanics r
Florida, and the wonder Is that more before I h n public benefactor." ; a
people' do not grow them. One thou- LINDSAY BROTHERS, Prop, to render snUsfnetlon In all
nnd flips' would cost live dollars, MIl 8. I U. I.IncNay, Manager. We ratty not be nblo to do thN, llttf tttttttttttttMtttMttttttttttlllMMMIMMMr

hi 1$ iiiotttlia. would hour a crop and but wo have solved' the problenof lines! of Automobllo Repair

give ,000:: or ::,r.oOlr&t dips fur riu nwklnu 2r e. do the work uC, Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and]I
larking the |>utrli.\ A clip once plunk of Jt
living
Best and Promptest f 0e, In tho scheme
lx < nftr anti fair and square''I I
rd I bears. fur the\ or t + ><"rn Gasoline,
which "ue the upplas| | l ]1II'ulhH'-11 l me you cnn get ft good uhtnntlnl.11 : ,''I \ Meat Market Inc.
too mull In frle to nturkat.rt'laur-' Auto Livery \\'(. cooked meal for 25: cent?1,. j I prices. ,

water Sun. Service why pay morn? 1 :fULLY PAID UP
"'
UlU.SUUU-t-----: IIS The Model with its 25 ('cni; T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr

AUIOMOWI.r.S.The 5-PASSENGER regular meal and 15c special I ORLANDO FLORIDA .
Oildiulo Morning Sentinel I hag made it possible for peopl::1 For Nine Years
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
the statement that last Saturday -
makes to live economically and well.
night Chief of Police Smith of the Florida and Western Meats
BUICK CARWe We have been in business at
automobiles Iron
that city counted 147 Anything you may wish l I
parked on Orange avenue. This indi- our short order list at moderat! I';same location, Corner of South Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
must be some little
there
cates slice of that prosperity among the peopleof call anywhere at any time prices. I'Main and Church Streets. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Orange count).. It also demonstrates Oysters fresh every day. 226 PHONES -f Business "135 P. O. BOX 226I
I Phone Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
the fact that Orange county. Gordon's Transfer Co, OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModelCafc I
has a good system of paved highwajsbt. I -

Augustine Record 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 'Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
-0--
THIS IS GOOD HAULING OF ALL KINDS and Garage
.
ADVICE. The 1vaJet:

(Zolfo Truth) ,
The regular kick on the mail order Pansy Plants, Rose OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

houses is still in progress, but Brother Petunia The Eola Packing Company OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Merchant, all the newspapers in Bushes,
FLORIDA FRESH AND SALT MEATS
battle for ORLANDO.
this
the world can not fight %
j We can pat you on the back and I Iou. Plants Specialtiesustom Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

tell you we feel sorry, and throw al screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1
the bricks in jour yard at that mail I Lea\'e jour orders here and pure. '

order cuss, and not do one bit of good. I Packers Modern Cash Equipment f.o.b. SellingGrowers' We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

There is but one way to whip him,and Shippers and Buyers Personal Attention everything in the Meat Line.

that is for you to join us in our efforts Dell Florist. Agents

and advertise. Let the people sale.know Violet Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange H. VdC. Self & Cow

you have the same thing for for harvesting and packing their crops.
of the goods. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET ..
the
0 J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by owner
CRIWINGROOM and A. C. L. Tracks.V. .
Aye.
Concord
St.
509. 408 South Lake \\CKING HOUSE-Corner
FRS. PAGE Asst Mgr. C. A COCHRAN, ,
J. S. ,
\ B. RULE Mgr.
"St. Augustine has no monopoly on > - -- -- --
Foreman.Patronage .
House
Packing
roosters. Visitors who com
crowing
season think that the FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Solicited
here every
rooster serenade is one of the strong Respectfully Quality, Smartness and Long Life .

attractions of the Ancient City, and

it has often been commented upon A SILVER GLIDE-
that HoruH roosters are not like the 11111 III 1111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II 11111 lit A COMFORTABLE RIDE-

roosters of any other part of the VANILLA
moonlight nights are IN A CHALMERSFOR
countrOur
conducive to noise-making at all hourson TUTI FRUTI Pillsbury Flour SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new

the part of the feather family, and GUAVAICE tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian
rooster in this part
Only12's
self respecting Today
no for cash.
of the state fails to make his presence CREAMS.AUTO Motorcycle, r

known at all hours between sunset 45 cents
?nd sunrise. Orlando folks have< -

come crowing to the business conclusion is a that nuisance the rooster an*- LUNCHESA 98's - $3.50 AUTO WASHING STATION

of Orlando ha:
the Civic League SPECIALTYCLUB
brought the matter to the attention Spot cash. No delivery

->f the sort council of ,a with non-crowing the result rooste tha Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

some SANDWICH %5e.
ordnance is to be prepare!. Rooster! I 14 E. CHURCH STREET PHONE 447

formed the main topic of discussm Produce Co.W. .
The Co-Operative
council
recent meeting of the ,
at a Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
We
mad
and ,various suggestions were I No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 |
S. DeWitt Mgr.
th Ads Get
as an effective way of shutting off I and Delivered for All Sentinel Want ResultsT.H

. noise. The last and best recommen liimMIIHHHilllHlliMlimillllllllllliH II'
of the axe." Occasions
dation was the use



SITUATION IX WEST MANY MAJOR GENERALS IN \I RIFLETTACIUIEXT STOLEN IN MMMMMt IIIIIIMIinillltlimiMMIIIMMMIIMM*

BRITISH ARMY MADE LIEUTENANT CANADA

Washington, D. C.-There were GENERALS

C,373, or 12.9 per cent., of wage work- Toronto, Canada.-The News today j "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
ers out of employment: in twehecitiesin London.-The following major gen- has the following:
the Rocky Mountains and on the erals in the British army have been "A sensation has been caused in

Pacific Coast in June and July last, made lieutenant generals for distin- local military circles, as a result of -..... -
the bureau of labor statistics an- guished services rendered: the discovery that an important im- : ; : Unless Budded

nounced today. Sir John Stevens Cowan, memberof provement for the Ross military rifle, iz ,. t

The bureau's survey included 49,333 the army council; Sir Archibald i the arm of the Canadian army, has ',

wage earners in all the cities, and in James Murray, chief of the imperial I been stolen by a German agent, and from Bearing
.
addt rto those entirely out of em- staff at army headquarters, London; is now in possession of a firm in New "". .y

ployment 9,911, or 20.2 per cent., were Sir Charles Carmichael Monro, the York city, which purposes to hand it
'&S2
reported as working only on part new commander on the Gallipoli pe- I over to the German military authori- I ;
of known
time. ninsula; Sir William Robert Robertson trees a
'
ties."The
Portland, Oregon, had the highest chief of the general staff, and invention, which was made by ,

percentage of unemployment of all Sir William Riddel Birdwood, who on I Col. Morrison, in charge of the Eaton

the cities. Twenty per cent. of the the withdrawal of Gen. Sir Ian Ham- machine gun battery, now in England,I Quantity and

wage workers there, or 469 in 2,347, ilton was placed in temporary com- is in the form of an attachment for I

were out of work entirely and 17.3 mand on the Gallipoli peninsula. the Ross rifle, which converts it intoa r !, u

per cent. had work only part of the machine gun capable of firing sev-I of Pro-
time. The lowest percentage of unemployment MRS. WELLS OF ZELLWOOD IX enty-five rounds a minute. A Quality

was found in Ogden HARD LUCK AT TAMPA cess of air cooling was an important I

Utah, where only 4.5 per cent., or 40 feature." I
in 887, were without work, and 14.3 Tampa, Fla.-The arrival' here of a : .t duction.O.W.Conner. .

per cent. had employment part of the widow, Mrs. Wells, from Zellwood, METHODISTS IN NEW EDIFICE % :
time. Fla, with three children-one a babe AT SANFORD 5'

In Butte, Montana, 298, or 7 percent of two months-in destitute circum- i ,. .
out of work, and stances presented a problem which
of 4,229, were Sanford, Fla.-Sunday was marked
time. Los Mrs. C. II. Haas, the Traveller's Aid I
cent. on part
12.7 were
per worker, stationed at the union station by the opening of the new Methodist Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
822
California, had unem-
Angeles, the members be-
church in this city,
ployed out of 7,227, or 11.4 per cent., by the W. C. T. U., is trying to solve. I' overjoyed in the possession and grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW
cent. time workers.In Mrs. Wells expected to be met at the ng
and 24.1 per part occupancy of one of the finest church
workers i station by Albert Lee Willis, of this
Oakland, California, 4,256 houses in the state. While the build-
12 cent., city, a third cousin. She had written
visited and 510, or
per
were I ing is not yet complete the arrange-
Two in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
of them had no work, while 26.9 percent 'him and feels certain he received her :years ago
and for the future are
ments plans
were employed part of the time.I letter because inquiry at the post- such that the congregation will be NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

In Sacramento, California, 170, or 9.2 office today did not develop any unclaimed -. comfortable and when it is finished nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

per cent., were found unemployed out letter addressed to him. will be splendidly equipped.In by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for,yes, DEMAND -

of 1,856, and 23.7 per cent. on part addition to the large auditorium trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

time. JACKSONVILLE, 73,137 there will be twenty class rooms. The five :years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
Three hundred and five, or 16.7 percent
found without work in Washington, D. C.-The census bureau style and architecture of the buildingis tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell yew-
were estimates of modern.Specials .
has completed present entirely
1,828 visited in San Diego, Cal, and population of all Florida cities of trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

29.2 per cent. of these had work only 8,000 and over, as follows: interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

a portion of the time. Salt Lake City, Jacksonville Key West, 21,437., 73,137. for Satur- time and money to bring it into bearing.

Utah, produced 173, or 10.4 per cent, Pensacola 25,743. Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone,but buy your trees where
of unemployed' ni 1,664, and 17.7 per Tampa 51,521.
cent, of part time workers.In West Tampa, 11,370. day and Monday you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
The census of 1910 gave the popu- in for the of producing the one thing
San Francisco, Cal, 1,206, or lation of these cities as follows: proper practices propagation express purpose
15.6 per cent, of 7,749 wage earners Jacksonville, 57,699. Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

had nothing to do, and 25.4 per cent. Key West, 19,945. 16 Ibs granulated Sugar for ____$1.00 Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
time earners. Out of 13- Pensacola, 22,882. Best Patent Flour, 24 lb. sack __$1.00
were part Tampa, 37,782. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
473 visited in Seattle, Washington, 6 boxes of Sardines for __________25c
West Tampa, 8,258. then is the fifteen to cents in
What thirty
the ordinary method of propagation.
1,713, or 12.7 per cent, were out of 6 packages any kind Washing ray, over

work, and 14.8 had only occasional TOO MUCH FREE GAS Powder for __________________25c comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
employment. 10 Ibs. Meal or Grits or S. Feed __25c
While A. C. Starbird was returning<< Black eye Peas, Navy and Lima

RUSSIAN SIGNS ARE BANISHED from students Orlando from Saturday Stetson with a surplus a partyof of Beans, per lb. _________________Sc

FROM WARSAW gasoline on his big Cadillac finding 6 bars Octagon or 7 bars Lenox

nothing else to do, took fire and Soap for ____________________25c Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Warsaw.-The German governor caused some excitement. The three
sifted Peas for25c
small
3
ordered the removal of and Starbird and cans
has boys Roy Harry
general
________25c
3 kind Soup for
Gordon Doss, who are used to rough cans any
from the stores
all Russian signs houses of and tumble exercise, just "naturally 6 Ibs. Pure Coffee for __________$1.00 Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
public buildings and private rolled out" uninjured, but Miss Mabel Irish[ Potatoes, per peck ________35c
the Polish capital. Only Polish, Ger- Eldredge, while making a more dignified -
____15c i iHUIIIIIIIIMM
dozen
Imported Lemons, per Orlando Florida
man and Yiddish signs are now tol but equally hurried exit, was G. G. WRIGHT Agent
slightly hurt. No serious damaged ,
erated. Even the bills of fare of the Honest Weights and Measures ,
was done to the machine and the party
large hotels' and restaurants can no : reached home safely after a short I
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longer be printed in the Russian lan delay.-Apopka News.
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Winter Park News .. IUMIMS() ** II y \V. N. liraneh.Ealdently .

+ .1'or the roomers or boarders *
)'ou seek, have it little tid : the city council of Jacksonville Opinion"IS
printed In + hat formed a combination
against, Mayor How,," that he cannot

Tilt: SUNDAY!) MKNTINKL" : : break and it helpless. to tII"tlhll",
Dally Budget 01 Items Concerning + TOMOHUOW! + for his httititr hu ('Iunf11t In itn open
+ letter saying 'that he think the time"
The Town And Rollins College * * * * + + + + had mina to have n new city charter I Till: fiHKAT: IMI.LAU THAT UPHOLDS( Tim: COMMONWEALTH I
which shall materially' reduce, the ," '1'.. that MO Attribute th,,' vxtrnonllnnry

IIOLUIMII HUH" IIAItl) number ut councilmen and rearrange nuwtw/ of our Saturday Suit*. They nru entablUlu'tl" In the
1(01,1( ,INS'" HKMM" : I.AIUiHST( : .IIKI.K..: :. MfKI; : OF AIIKIU'AIK) : : HKK municipal matter generally Not a mind of cimtomeni
our / M firmly that to discontinue thorn
(.JA1ION 10 GAINKSMU.H: .: ALAltM H\HIKM" ': IS The great audience at the Metho. few thinking men in and around Jack
f CUMT.UKNCK: & : : IMI'KUAllVK': lint church lat night listened to one noiiville\ hate thought the name thing Would nlmoftt bo In the nnturu of n nodal calamity. To nhow

of the strongest and most virile of he for yearn but Major Bowden seems our appreciation of our customer: fidelity, thin Saturday's offering
(lly R. 1, reene) Constantly recurring Area\ are im evangelia'a sermons so far delivered! not to have held' this opinion until he :* %will not bo behind rl'mnrknblo'nIUl\*, Jut glance at

Gainesville, Oct ,2J. The State Y. pressing more and more upon the city After a rather pungent IntroductoryIn was throttled. these, they ore only n few of the sensible offerings put on
1
M. C. A. Student Conference which commissioners the need for some adequate which the speaker scored some of -- -
opened here last evening is one of the method of fire\ alarm. Different his would-be critics in no measured fit-Unlit Curious
best in the history of the Y. M. C. A.'" schemes have been put forward to words, he announced as his theme: Miami Metropolis: If the prsident

work among Florida colleges. Koilin solve the problem. One of the most "The Man Who Failed at One !Point" could only get her to fix the date, per- DAMASK SQUARES
eleven delegate outnumbered all of feasible of these is that a large elec- His theme clustered about the haps the country would feel the strain
the other delegation which are attending A special-purchase of 100 Table Damask Squares, beautifully mercerized
tric Klaxon be installed near the cen- young lawyer who went to Jesus withife's much less.
with the single exception of I I in the yarn before weavingill retain its lustrous finish
ter of the city and that, when news of supreme question: "How can I Did you run all over town telling
the twenty University of llorida.mfn. a fire is phoned to central she should inherit eternal life! He, this young everybody the date as soon as she after washing. A splendid all-around table cloth, good for any occasion

Stetson sent Ihree men, Southern ten, sound the Klaxon which could be lawyer, the speaker said, was a young fixed it for you? Woodrow will tell ; in three sizes

and Columbia three. heard for miles around. man of talent of ability, of morality, all about it when he gets ready. 2 yard, square, a special price, $1.00
The first session was held last night, Other plans more or less practicable of uprightness. lIe was half saved -oWe 2',f yards square, special price, $L15
and the conference will last through have been discussed in an informal for he had lived blamelessly before do not know whether it is a col-
I 2'2! yards square, special price, $1.25
Sunday. There is much routine business -
way but no decision has been his fellow man. The point of his fail- ored mammy or a white daddy that
to be attended to, besides a number reached in favor of any one particular ure, was at the point of his contact I makes corn bread for :Mrs.: Cornish's
of fine addresses by prominent plan. The city officials would be with the Christ. lIe must not only do cafe, but it is so delicious that when GOLFINE COUDUROY36 -

workers in the organization.The pleased to receive communicationsfrom right, but give himself and his all. eating it one thinks of "Uncle Re- inches wide. One of the most popular fabrics for the present

'1 enthusiasm of the delegates is manufacturers of alarm devicesin This Jesus requires now, and to each mus," ")Iarse Henry," II. W. Grady, and coming season. In new shades of copen, navy, mouse, black
running high and everybody is havinga order that some adequate and efficient one, no less than then, and to his and all the other writers and orators and white
thoroughly good time, in addition to means of fire alarm may be ob- questioner.[ "There's no morality who have tried to describe "cawn
learning more of the organization to tained. without Christ," said the speaker, andthere's pone" smothered in 'lasses. Special price Saturday 69c
which they belong than they could without
no Christianity mor- -- -
have hoped to do in years of the usual TO With he There Central
IMPROVEMENTS SEABORD ality. great fervency com- is a man on avenue
Association work. The conference is DEPOT mented on what we give up to accept who is so economical that when he YARDIDE SILK POPLINS-

a real school in itself and is giving Yesterday morning the work of re Christ, and what Christ gives us in goes out after stove wood he brings Our well.known dollar quality In every wanted color including
the
new ideals to delegates and the local exchange for the sacrifice. "An hundred in the damp wood and dries it before
modelling tans .
had fine improving 1 browns greens, grejs claret wine, delft copen, old ro!'e.
The Rollins delegation a fold in this life and in the worldto burning it because the dry wood is
Seaboard Air Line passenger depot belgique blue, navy, pink, white, cream and black
auto trip and arrived here in good was started by carpenter number come life eternal." worth more and he does not like to

shape, having enjoyed fair weatherall one, under the direction gang of A. L. 1 11I0Lkerk. Quite a large number arose! forrajer use it. On Saturday at the special 79c
the way. > and at the close of the service I
O. I;. Maple, the recently elected M7'riand
there several for Wonder if the
The station is to be ceiled through- were applications new
secretary of the Florida state committee jut and the interior will be finished in church membership, bringing. total I head of the French cabinet, is as 3GINCH 1ILACK TRENCH TA1TETA. .
of the Y. M. C. A is attending
the conference. Other workers, a dull pray color It is probable that applications to date to nearly one strong a pacificist as Mr. flrj-an, the A grand quality; one that we have the fullest confidence at to its!
in the organization throughout prominent the entire building will be painted at hundred erstwhile head of President Wilson's wearing capabilities. Ask for Gold edge his time, and that a number of other There will be tin services today. cabinet is exceptional value for ?1T:!; '
the country are here, among their itipt-oVettiehtd will be made itl Tomorrow at the close of tlible school =-ua
fiutnl-ef being W. II. Mot-gnti, student. for the ht'liv"Itlt r business prep.ration hour "ttVhtJ are ttllltttt'dVIII be reeelvetl There are a number of good window Saturday Special $1.10
beeretary! t for the South, who, aeeotti 'ot-eittan Hobketk expects> tu torn Into full membership At 11 ilieoaefd !in Oilamlu) and Dan DeldterU

tanted by Mr. Maple, spent| some dye tlete. the job within a week or ten o'rloik! Mr. lloli'otttli 1" will |nrli. not ttl the font of the fitter
,
at Bullies last week boosting, the Hlu
union service OUTINU I'LANNKLHNo =
A meat evangelistic '
days, 1h. ('UIOof the improvement :
dent tonfefenee, will I be, held' in the afternoon at n't"ot'k : (illANK) I.AHt'" MIJIIT
,1'I"1'lll
be about l hY11IJrtl,1
will I juolml'ly fiveNMMKU \ time like the present j to stuck' up. Our range I U H big one, the
)I.UI'I.\S"I ) IIOAU NMI.I III;! OI'I;N dollars, Bt the (Urtutd Mr. Jeter \VitiPJlt' -- quality 1I: *(,IIIIHlItI"1:| AH 'the new' thm'ks and over fheik!, 1114hld! ,
'' the enerfia-ea' with hU interest= "Ihe 1 INi'lorer/1; IIf'ulhH't'11!* l \by habky! Mripes: and plain tulnn, worth 1 litter. H yard
'lOHAY/ ( log address and' chalk talk, entitled in five\ reels t was shown l before a 'large
( I'AKK( NliKMr ( ;
Engineer Hamaey\ who has been l at Jim to Jerry(" Mr HphombVi1l BMdiem-e at the Orand l last evening Saturday 10 yards for 95c
the
work fur some day repairing' At night Cervices had in
the exercises Jleacham
close Manager /ieveltld'eli
break in the Winter I'ark-Maitland' and' Mrs W, I I.. 1.ewis will move
again at the church at 7i.iO; p m. the orchestra which delighted the patrons
brick road, reported last night that if here from Orlando Monday and are playing many classical selections LONSDALK) AIUSLIN, -
to reside in the Hatchelor cottage
some unforseen trouble did! not develop .
the road would lie opened to the Mr. Lewis is electrician for the Winter 10 JUK.SONMLLK: I f Oil MJWHALMKRS I; The "Steinway Four" again ad-inches J wide, fine close weave that does'nt get thinner after
public today. This will be good' newsto 1'ark water and light department, (' pleased with several fine selections. washing. This \\a the regular UVic quality

been the forced traveling to take public a roundaboutway which has and ookkeper Mrs. Lewis in the occupies Hume department.the |>oat of F V. I D Phillips, manager of the I Ill 1(1'II OF BABY BOY On Saturday 10 yards for 95c

Auto Washing! Station, and agent for Horn to Mr. and Mrs.
They have numbers of friends here Wednesday,
avoid the break.
to the Chalmers in Orange, Seminole .
also that the who will be glad that they have decided car Richard Cone, a baby boy. Mother
The
engineer reports UNIJLEACIIED SHEETING;
and Ooceola counties, left last
general condition of the roads is being to make Winter Park their night for Jacksonville and return and baby doing nicely.SKATING .
improved! rapidly u* possible, home. Yard wide, heavy make, close weave. Free from dressing.! Fully
Sunday with one of the new "six"orty" iIINKDon't
but that the work has been seriously worth 10 cents a )'ard.
On and
Col. Hugh T. Reed and wife arrivedn seven passenger cars fail to nee the rolled polo
hindered during the past few weeks Winter I'ark yesterday afternoon after November 1 Mr. Phillips will be game. Friday night, Oct. 29th. You Saturday 10 yards 69c
the incessant rains.
by pleased to !give demonstrations. The will like it. 1-10-28-21
from Chicago where they spent some .
car is awaited with much eagerness
1'0 ORGAM/K) ; HIGH SCHOOL months very pleasantly. Their many
jy automobile prospective buyers. RIBBONS, RIBBONS, nlnHO SA -
ORCHESTRA friends in Winter Park are always

In a short time the Winter Park glad to welcome their return. ROBERT DICKENSON DE.VD MISS MAY HARDAVVAY clearing lot of soft Taffeta ribbons in light blue, pink, black and
high school is to have an orchestra. white. Regularly sold at 12 Vic. a yard.

states Principal Kirton. The orchestra Ray Trovilhon, the popular assist- Robert Dickenson son of :Mrs Geo. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERSchultz
will consist entirely of wind instruments ant in W. II. Schultz's gents' furnishing 1 B. Dickenson passed away yesterday Saturday while they last 5c

and will contain eight or store, is suffering from a slight morning and will be buried in Green-

more pieces. The organization is to attack of chills and fever, but hopes I wood cemetery today from the Presbyterian Building. Phone 406 ALL WOOL MIDDY SUITSA -
be perfected at a meeting Monday af to be out again in a short time. church, at 10 o'clock, Dr.
ternoon. -- Mckmnon officiating. Undertaker special purchase from the famous Mar-IIof Co., of a full assort-
The students are displaying keen Miss Maud Enlow arrived in Winter Hand has charge of arrangements. 1 ment of all-wool) navy blue serge Middy Suits. They are the
interest in the proposed orchestra and Park! yesterday after three months All Work Neatly and Accurately Done genuine Navy Regulation Suits, made under the supervision of

it is hoped that a large number will spent delightfully visitnig friends and Sentinel Want Ads Pay. Uncle Sam himself. The regulation price is $10.00
attend the meeting. The principal be- relatives in several Northern states.
lieves that such an organization will On Saturday our price is $7.50

be very popular with and helpful to Rev. W. II Funk, of Nocatee, spent

the students. Thursday student at visiting Rollins.W. .his son who is a Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe

HfeH FRY AT I\kE HOWELL Men's FurnishingsA
POSTPONED J. Wadddl still remains seriously -

The fish fry which was to have been ill at his residence, the Osceola new shipment to hand of the famous Manhattan Shirts received

held at Lake Howell last night was House.E. have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles today; all new patterns. Dress yourself up for Sunday.A .

postponed on account of the fact that and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes new lot of late Fall style Hats in to day. Try them on.
the high winds prevented the fisher- W. Packard is expected to arrivein
men from furnishing their contribu- Winter Park today.Mr. and Men's Furnishings. See the new $500 shoes we have just received. They sure are

tion to the occasion. Quite number. classy.
of Winter Park people who had and Mrs. Frank Meuley, of
planned to attend the affair were disappointed Glens Falls, N. Y., were Daytona visitors -

from Tuesday until Thursday of W. H. SCHULTZAt
J. D. Baggot, who is boosting the this week, while driving through/ in Grocery DepartmentFOR
fish fry, stated when called over the their car from Jacksonville to Orlando -
the New Store Winter Park Fla.
phone last night that the affair would where they have a winter home. SUNDAY'S BREAKFAST TRY-

l>e pulled otf some day next week,and Their son-in-law and daughter Mr Winter Park Florida Salt Mackerel
that the exact date will be announcedlater. and Mrs. R. J. Waldron, went to Or-
Buckwheat Cakes with Maple Syrup
Jacksonville. Mr
lando by train from
McAuley is a well-to-do contractor Chase & Sanborn's Tea or CoffeeA

NH.HO) sltlVN TO 1IA\E AN and builder He says he first visited IIMIMMIIIMMMMMMIIIIIMIIMMMMMMIillMMWinter slice of Swift's Premium Ham.DicksonIves.

OTHUt. TltlAL Pajtona even Sears ago and likes :
Sheriff Gordon has been informed the place po weB that he quite often

that the state supreme:: court, by a comes here during the winter months : Park Auto Co.
decision handed down this week, has! white located at Orlando. While here ,
reversed the ileci'iott; of the clrrultruutt Mr. and Mrs MeAtitey ftort'edtith::
t'utt.ldlhlf l'lhkt'y luIHt f: f rut= Mr I and Mr" K:. M, Iitkh: 210;j Vo
otedl of having, murdered' !i. JlIhlt= l lualrt avenue-haytutltt! l ) tlaietle;New!I
son <(
will be 'tile 11) 1'h' frill 'term of t'IHIf'' LlMDI.N Hlll.i( =; HUH;; 1 Fall nl aNew f


ClIIII,*' m.fcn; ; 11,1111 10 ilSO AT Ypr,=A ride purchased by Repairing Painting and Auto
W, ('. 1't, (CUM.N ION Abraham mcoln and Henry Uroonep ,
The Rollins College gliV glee eM fop 1)5 when thy lived in Spencer SuppliesOPEN
is to sing at the state convention of county, Indiana, and which was used .DfP ARTMENT STORt.
the W C, T. U, which wiU meet in by the famous president in deer hunt ... ..
Orlando next month. 'fhe' lub |. making ing, brought $:!B5 in a sale of Lincoln
"ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE":
fine progress under the able direction relics here. It was a part of the col-
of Professor II. S. Pope and lection of John E. Burton, of Milwau DAY AND NIGHTliilililinilililliiiiMMilllllliiiiillllMMiMiM

promises to be exceptionally good this kee. One of Lincoln's law books was

year. sold for $95. ,

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"Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
TODAY'S PROGRAMBroncho.

6 "Tools of Providence." A
drama in two Wm.
parts featuring
w. C. T. U. MEETING j ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. S. Hart. 11
.. As the time approaches for the'i Reliance. "The Healers."
E state convention of the W. C. T. U.I| Jack Galloway left this afternoon Princess" Comedy. "A Bum :Mis Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make an estimate
for Orlando where he has ac take.
the enthusiasm of the meetings knows | free on
Four good reels Mutual movies.
cepted position as night clerk in the
no bounds and needed the restrainingtap a Five cents to all. yourWatch
of the gavel may times yester- Empire hotel.-Ocala Star.

day afternoon. Excellent repQrts ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL, 0 KIS-
came in from the committees. With Mr. C. E. Hall left yesterday after- SIMMEE HIGH SCHOOL,;0. Ring orJewelry
the execution of the plans, the dele- noon for Boca Grande where he will

gates will be received and entertainedin be engaged for some weeks in repainting Orlando and Kissimmee fought a

such a cordial manner that when and renovating the tourist hard game to a scoreless tie at the
they leave for home they will be hotel at that place. He expects to Fair Grounds yesterday afternoon. Q It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine 0

unanimous in their expressions of appreciation spend the holidays in Orlando. As the score indicates the game was your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also

of the hospitality of the close and exciting throughout. Both needs care and attention at our place.
people of the City Beautiful The many friends of Mr. F. V. Phillips teams were able to make gains until

who was operated on several close to the goal but the defense always EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
Are you going to decorate for the days ago at St. Luke's hospital will stiffened before the goal was
convention? be very much pleased to learn that crossed.
+ he is doing very nicely and has so far 11f
Kissimmee used the forward pass ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
You can serve grape juice to your recuperated that it is thought that he to advantage a number of times and ,
Comfortand delegates. I will be removed to his home, 7 Lake Orlando got away with it a few times. Ib cD

t street, today. Orlando made most of its gains on OJ:::(
Let the "welcome" pennant be free- j I.i straight football.
ly displayed :November 9-12. Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Phillips Dr. and Hutchinson who suffered a badly
Mrs. Gross and Mrs. Fred Cook re -
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sprained ankle just before the game r Unusual Designs
How many delegates can you en- turned home last night in the former's ended was easily the star of the Orlando f .
from Orlando where they ':tV' H '-, m.
tertain? Phone 190. car team. He piloted the team well r. tfj -'J s Some people, in fact, a great many,
Federattion of :: :
the State
+ attended and got away for several long runs J"ff\ e. : -:>R: prefer unique and original effects
Wesley Bible Classes. The next meet- around end. On defense Branhamand .. ,'r; ? in wall decorations. We anticipate
I SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTMr. ing of the federation will be held in Lobean were Orlando's best. "le I '' ,' "r., ?' 6\' a":\+ : 1 these demands and always carry in

and Mrs. Geo. McCullough Ocala.-Ocala Star. Branham broke through and threw .,'J( \ 1' 41.E, '' stock something entirely different

EconomyCONTRIBUTE and their daughter, Miss :Mary who the Kissimmee backs for losses time 'x' 11l\, .-. 'no/ { from others. Will you call here or
.
spent the summer at Spring Lake, I Mrs. J. C. Sikes and little son,. after time. The Kissimmee quarterback I \ .' ."" -'I',.'::( ; will we send our sample I book to you?
arrived in the city from . .. ,) .. 5>0\f
: Andy have c
X. J., were among the prominent winter was the star of his team, but all J.. :-, -, -.i-4 "
residents returning to Orlando North Carolina and with Dr. Sikes of the backs played well. .flt tt Orlando Paint & Wall C.
Paper
I making their home for the -
last evening. They are again occupying are present ::)lvr , \1
\
Amelia at the Saratoga hotel. Dr. Sikes 205 S. Orange Avenue
their home, 116 avenue. CORN YIELD RECORD (
has opened his dental parlors in the
+ L. D. of Ill., Phone 261
Dr. W. H. Young Bloomington, COLEMAN & RHAN
rooms formrly occupied by
of Orlan
Mrs. Pliny :Norcross, one this year raised 196 bushels of corn
do's esteemed winter residents, has Rosenberg.-Palatka News. on an acre of land.
returned to her home, 510 Magnolia
Madame Susanne Mayer, of Cleveland
at
avenue, after a summer spent
Troy, N. Y., and points in Michigan. Ohio, who spent some time in
Miss Norcross, a sister-in-law- Daytona last winter, was in the city CAREY HAND
LARGELY TO THE
Janesville, Wis., returned with her. for about a week, leaving Tuesday for GRANDITODAY I
+ Orlando, where she will be located for

PLEASURE Of Mrs. D. C. Thompson, who has been the winter. While here she was with FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
absent from Orlando all summer, visiting Mr.; and Mrs.: M.: L. Wright, at their I
of interest in the Southern home on First street, and Mr. and
points AND EMBALMER\ \
WEEK-END TRIPS States, arrived in Orlando last Mrs. II. M. Scott, on Eldorado street.

evening over the Atlantic Coast Line I -Daytona GazetteNews.Rev. A VITAGRAPH THREE-REEL

from Suffolk, Va., and is again at her
pretty home on Lucerne Circle. W. L. Latham is to be installed DRAMA'WAY All calls answered Promptly Dayor
pastor of the Oakland Presbyterian -

Miss Eloise Robinson has returnedto church next Sunday morningby Night. Hand Block. |
OF THE TR.\ SGRESSOR.
commissoin appointed by presbytery -
her home in Orlando after enjoyinga a
visit of a few days to Miss Susie for that purpose. Dr. J. F. Orlando Florida.
The sensitivepring Lou Ellis. Miss Robinson is the efficient McKinnon, of Orlando, will preside Don't miss this; it's good. I

society editor of the Orlando and propound the constitutional ques- I RES1UENCEPHONE 457
Reporter-Star.-Ocala Star. tions. Rev. P. II. Hensley, of Brooks- PHONE 639.
together (rifle, will preach the sermon and

NEW: ENGLAND BAKED BEANS charge the pastor. Elder D. L. ALSO AN ESS ANY COMEDY,
with the wide seats SUPPER Thrasher, of Sanford, will charge the
. '
people. Service at 10:30. Everybody
FABLE OF THE INTERMITTENTFUZZER.
At Mrs. Dwight's Cafe Dining Room, invited.Winter Garden Times.ORLANDO .
and deeply tufted 101 Orange avenue, tonight October
, 30, from 5:30 to 7 o'clock. Lots of ." .
other good things to eat. Baked beansof ACQUIRES HUSTLING
cushions, insure Mrs. Dwight's own cooking for EUSTIS CITIZEN FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL
sale,by pint or quart, promptly at Mr. W. A. Riddle, who came down
Also salad and hot tea
4:30. potato
comfort to the biscifits. Try them. 1-10-30-ltc from Jacksonville about a year ago w
to manage the Eustis branch of the ALSO

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR Riddle Real' Estate company after a
passengers on any successful career here has formed TilE STEINWAY QUARTET.

SALE-Roller top desk and revolving business connections in Orlando that
road. The gasolineand chair $25; perfect order; I require his residence in that city r
cost $75. Address S., care Sentinel. whither he and his family moved this

oil consumption -10-30-lt week, to the regret of many friends. lOc 20c. CURTIS & O'NEAL
WANTED solicitor for sanitary Governor James Riddle father of the
household device; good money for numerous Riddle family will continue

is unusuallylow hustler State Agent; can, P.go O.any Box place 277, in Orlando.Fla. state.. the agency here. Phone 5 for Insurance Loans Real Estate i ;
In W. A. Riddle Orlando business
10303t'FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
and the tire splendid man. lies
ircles acquire a Fresh Every Day Rentals
SALE-General merchandise wide awake to the development of
is store in country close to Orlando; Florida and all its sections. The Riddles -
expense trifling. good proposition; will exchange for THE WALDECKER FISH CO.
have brought many permanent
cash and real estate. Address X,
part 206 Boone Street
this and county,worthwhile -
Sentinel. 10-30-Stc: ritizens i to city
care .
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people who have com from afar -
good lots on the Riddle of
FOR SAI.E-Three through power persua-
INGLENOOK
CAKE AND
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. sion, and as a result Eustis is a
Will sell separate if desired. A bargain CANDY PARLOR
and
if taken at once, as the owner larger, more prosperous progressive -
needs the money. Address C., care community for their having lo- ESTABLISHED 188C
Sentinel. 10-30-lm cated an agency here. We commendMr. Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
$850f. etc .
Riddle and his excellent family to .
TO RENT-New house, just completed the good of Orlando people Orders taken for parties.
containing two and three room graces Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
o. b. Orlando suites, furnished; sunny and attractive heartily hoping, however, for a returnof Arcade ililllllllliililMnillMlillillllllMtlillMMMIIM.
with large piazzas. Also a suite these friends and boosters of Eus-
of four or five sunny rooms, furnishedor tis to their first love.
bath and electrics. ilitllllllllMIMi
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; Mr. Riddle will be Southern man-
Inquire at 200 West Concord avenue. i
10-30-12t ager of the Orlando Securities com-

.:...-- pany.-Eustis Lake Region.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Ten

lax.acres] near of first Sanford.class celery Several or truck acres ROSS-LAKE I'RTYRRIVES Pipes! Pipes! Pipes!

cleared and ready for a crop. Good The Atlantic Coast Line train which
fence around the property. Will sell arrived in Orlando last evening at 6
at a bargain or exchange for good the North, brought the :
o'clock from
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at the
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Orlando city property or small grove. We are selling black and galvanized pipe
W. S. Branch. 10-30-6tc following well known winter residents _
who have been spending the summerin best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

IVPliillips BUILDING PERMITS FOR OCTOBER and around Asbury Park, N. J.: it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
1913; BETTER THAN Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Lake 11 Ame- On irrigation
install it yourself. -
PREVIOUS MONTHSDr. lia avenue; Mr. and Mrs. James Ross, measure so you can

212 Ridgewood avenue; Mr. and Mrs. I work you can save money by having us

Hanchett. residence $3.000; J. l\'. J. Talmann, 129 Amelia avenue; 4 cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
F. Ange, residence 2,750; J. K. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCullough and
Swick addition $150; A. B. Johnson, daughter. Miss Marian 116 Amelia as you can install it yourself.

garage, $25; Mrs. A. L. Forde gar- avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Noble ce. We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets

age, $200; Trustees of Episcopal and daughter, Miss Madeline, 415 and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
Church, garage $100; Mrs E. Wood, Magnolia aenueIrs.; A. F. New- ft ,
& bungalow, $1,000; J. Magruder, ad- kirk and mother, Mrs McBride, and may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

ditions, $10; Frank Osborne, residence Mrs. Naylor, 506 Magnolia avenue; you desire. Do not forget to look at the "American" -
$500; D. R. Callahan additions Mrs. H. S. Lake 7 N. East street.
Closet it is the only noiseless
$400; Samuel Brice, bungalow, There were a number of others in Water as
$1,200; C.V.. Goodrich, residence the party, but on account of the large closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

Sons $3,300; Julian Domerick, residenc crowd at the station it was almost -
for five years.
$500; F. N. Boardman, residence impossible to get a complete list of J 3.
$1,750; W. R. O'Neal additions, $350; the entire party.HALLOWE'EN.
Frank Hyres addition, $125; Mrs.
Kate Ferris, remodeling, $160; Mrs. PARTIES FOR TONIGHT F. Joseph Raehn Co.

M. A. Lege, bungalow $2,900; Trus- :
tees Lake Dot S. S., building, $600; There are several social affairs lam I

I Dr. A. B. Whitman, residence $2,500; scheduled for tonight, particularlyamong THE PIPE MAN
A. R. Merrill, residence, $1,250. the young people, which will i
Total 21 permits 22670. be very interesting Hallowe'en events. I iMMItllMMIIIiMIMMIII 11111111111111111..1fiKi

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- OUTLOOK FOR HIGH SCHOOL : _ _ _ _____ __ __ 1
GROWTH OF PROHIBITION FORAGE GROCERY CO.
BASKET BALL TEAMPROMISING '

London Ohio.-Continuing his plea : Dressmaking ParlorMiss !

for a dry Ohio former Secretary of I I A visit to our store will make you a

State William J. Bryan delivered here The girls of the high school have
started basket ball practice for this I regular customer.
today the first: of a series: of speecheshe :
Hamilton
R.
Margaret
was to make in the central and season with a large squad coming out

northwestern parts of the state. to the first practices. Thursday af- I for present located at107 S. Or-
"1 have been interested in reforms ternoon about twenty reported at the Hams, per Ib. ........ .. ... ....19c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen .35c15c:

and have seen a number of reforms Armory and Prof. Enlow put them !ange Ave. wift'a Sliced Ham, per Ib ....22c: Florida Round Steak, per lb . .

grow beginning amid denunciationand through a good workout. The workis I wift's Boiled Ham per lb..35c; Florida Sirloin and Porter IIous .

growing until the nation has accepted not strenuous yet as this was only swift's Sliced Bacon boxes..32c Steak, per Ib . . ... ... ....ISci2l2c

: them but I have never seen a the third practice. 1 The public and all former Florida Chuck Roast, per lb. . .
wift's Breakfast Bacon Ib .22c
reform grow so rapidly as the prohi- Most of the girls are new at the per Florida Pork Roast per lb..lSc
bition cause" said the speaker. "The game and the team will require a' patrons invited to call. swift's Sliced Break. Bacon. lb. ..25c; Western Pork Steak per Ib. . 20c

cause is certain to succeed. You may great deal of coaching before it goes : !Minced Ham sliced per lb..20c Western Round Steak, per Ib . 20c

Colonial delay it, but you can not prevent it." into its first games. There are three White Bacon best cut, per lb..15c Pork Sausage and Franks, per lb lie

girls, however, who have played on I Auto LiveryPhone [toneless Smoked Bacon per Ib . ISc Western Pork Loins per Ib. . . 23c

KING GEORGE AND PRESIDENT high school teams before, and with Vrmour's Pure Pork Sausage, lb..20c Western Spare Ribs per lb . 17c

POINCARE TARGET FOR these to start on a: good team shouldbe 632J.
the -- - - ---
SHELLS developed from large squad.


Paris.-Four shells exploded only KING AND THE POINCARE FRONT MEET: AT Two. E.Cars CARTER in Sen-ice, Orlando for Day, Fla.or 10 CURE A COUGH REMOVE{ { THE CAUSECoughs

HILLS 200 yards from King George of Eng-
land and President Poincare of France Night Calls are a result not a disease. They are the result of inflamation
during the visit to the front this Paris.-President Poincare and Minister caused by a cold, invading the delicate' capillary air tubes in the lungs.

week according to a Temps corre- of War Millerand yesterday met All of the narcotics in the world will not change the condition; they

spondent back of the firing line. King George on the AngloFrenchfront simply deaden the senses and afford temporary relief.

The king and the president with and reviewed the British troops. A. B. Cook & Co.
the Prince of Wales and General Jof.- Today King George accompanied by DIKES Cough Remedy
I the Prince of Wales' returned the
I fre, says observation the dispatch when, had taken German a visit called on General Joffre, witnessed Christ Building, Orlando. illays inflamation and promptly corrects the condition in the lungs and

point of a a march past by French colonial bronchial tubes which cause the cough. Don't drug a cough. Use Dike's
fired two heavy salvos resulting -
battery and inspected artillery Cough Remedy remedy which cures by removing the cause. Price 25<:.
in the explosion of shells near the troops conferred Building Materials and Income
sites. President Poincare
official party.
the war cross on the Prince of Wales, Investments '
"LUCERNE PHARMACY"J.
MORE BRITISH GOLD who has been at the front almost
$3,000,000: LOANS
Is building FINDS WAY TO NEW YORK from the beginning. D. WOODBECK, Manager


1200 feet of Side- New York.-Five million dollars in FACSIMILE PROCLAMATION OF: EMANCIPATION: SELLS Telephone No. 2 Orlando, Fla.

gold sovereigns from Canada were received -
FOR $515 ---------- --
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walks 2000 feet of by the assay office here today -- ---

the first of numerous anticipated ship- MisdirectedEconomy
New York.-One of the fifty authorized -
ments of about this size. The moneywas
Streets has 8 facsimile copies of PresidentLincoln's
Clay for the account of J. P. Morgan
emancipation proclamation AYou'll
& Co. and is only about one-fifth the
houses under con- size of recent gold shipments made prepared for the Sanitary fair in TelephoneNo
Philadelphia in 1864, bearing the actual $ Get It
their account.
here from Canada for ,
signatures of Lincoln and of Secretary Trying to save a few cents by

tract to be finished of State Seward has been sold I having your work handled by inferior Quick 28
LAKES STEAMER SUNK
FORMER
for $515 in the sale here of literature I hands.

. within 90 days. BY A TORPEDO concerning, Lincoln from the library Your personal influence is

)if John E. Burton of Milwaukee greatly enhanced when you are for
Montreal.-The steamer Donnacona clad in immaculate linen. Just call when you need any

of 3,000 tons which was formerly engaged RECORD CLOTH ORDER thing; for the office from "pins to
in traffic from the head of the printing," and we'll have it there RUSHOrders
Great Lakes to Montreal, has been Boston Mass.-Contracts have been OrlandoSteam in a jiffy. We are featuring
torpedoed and sunk. No details of signed by William M. Wood, president

Colonial Hillsis the scene of the disaster or the safetyof jf the American Woolen company, for ESSI-pran; Forms and Binders

the crew have been made public. the delivery of 5,000,000 yards of uniform LaundryFRENCH time-saving; tricks for every business
cloth to the Russian government -

the highest elevation it was paid here today. The DRY CLEANERS -- office- -
RUSSIA TO PUT HANKS IN N. Y.AND LAUNDERERS
order is said to be the largest ever

of any pointin CHICAGO placed at one time by the trade. PHONE 88 W. S. BRANCH,

BOOK AND
THE ARCADE MUSIC STORE
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I'ctroa.rnll.-The ministry of finance -- - -

Orlando has .is developing a plan to establish a
number of Russian savings banks in Today and All Next Week

and the United States to receive deposits
lights
water
from Russian nationals. The first 16 pound Sugar for . . . . .$1.00 Asparagus Tips per can ..... 20c
banks will be in New York and in Three Kelloga Corn Flakes for 25c
|IbM. Gold Medal Flour for . .90c ORLANDO ROOFING
gas. Chicago. 21 Three Post Tatl<"1 for. . .. . .2ie:
: Flour for. . . 93c: |I
21 Iba Pillsbury .
Eight Oars of Soap for . .. . 25e
; ANL
,- 24 Ibs. elit Pastry Flour for... .90c j I Snider's Catsup ,n pinU ....... J5c

Co Butter per Ib . . . . . . .. .3.)( I Irish Potatoes, per peck... . . 30c SHEET METAL CO.

Standard Supply Three lb. cans Fancy Table I Sweet Potatoes, per peck....... 30c

,,Temple Garden Tea per Ib. ..... 40c
Peaches, can . . .. . ...20c
Hillsis per .. ... Tuna Fi..sh. per can ... ....... 12he
Colonial 16 lbs best Head Rice for. $1.00 i, Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
BRICK LUMBER Three cans of Peas for ... ... ...25c Sauer Kraut" per can ..: .......lOc ,

STONE SASH Three cans of Corn for ... . . 23c I White House Coffee per pound ..35c and Rubber Roofings

only ten blocks LIME DOORS Coffee per Ib. . ... . ...... ...15e t THESE PRICES ARE ALL FOR

CEMENT PAINTS BLINDS Arbuckle's Coffee, per Ib ......18c CASH Cornices, Sky lights..Healing Ventilating HMal Ceilings
from the center of PLASTER

HAIR OILS 15 E. Pine Street
Orlando. LATH SHINGLES HARDWARE ROOFING T. A. Mann, I Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO


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Estimates furnished on complete FORAGE GROCERY CO.

house bills .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 Everything to build a house. 4

Prices range Prompt Delivery Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St.


from $250 to .$700 :A. B. Cook & Co. Saturday and All Next WeekSugar


25 pounds .. . . . . . .$1.50: Alaga Syrup lOc. size doz $1

Qer lot. TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE Snow Hobby Flour 24s .. . . .$1.00 case. . .. .. . ...... ... .$3.60

The two houses I have for sale at Obelisk Flour 24s . ... . . . .$1.05 Karo Syrup. lOc. size dozen $1 ?

the price of one are located on lot .8 .. ... . 95c: .. . .. .
foot front facing east with a depthof Town Talk Flour, 24s case . . . . . . $1.85 :
185 feet, number 406 Magnolia Plain or Self Rising Flour 12s 45c Tomatoes 1 Ib. can, doz 55c case$2.10
avenue between Livingston and Ame- Plain or Self Rising Flour 24s 85c;
lia. The section of splendid homes, . .. . . . ..30c Pork and Beans, 1 lb. can, doz. .
with grand old oaks arching the Irish Pototoes, peck 90c case . . .. .. ., ..... .$3.45 .
To Colonial Sweet Potatoes peck . .. . . . .30c
see streets. Lye Hominy 3 lb. cans doz. $1,
The modern 2 story house has on White House Coffee, 1 lb. can. .. .33:<
case. . ... .. .$1.90
" " " "
first floor: parlor, living room, dining Tips Green l9oz. can 25c:
phone or write room, kitchen pantry, toilet and front lavatory Asparagus 1 pound can . . . . . .. . .1S. Potted :Meat d. .oz.. oOc.. case.$1.85
large living porch on the Vinenna Sausage doz 1OOcase1.80
and side, latticed rear porch. 30 oz. can . . . . . . . . 30('
Chille Con Came doz $1.00 case$1.80
On the second floor are 3 large Tips Libbys 1 lb can 25c;
each having enam- Asparagus Lenox: Soap doz. ":) ., case . .$3.25;
sleeping rooms Best Creamery Butter per lb ... .35: ,
for hot and cold doz. . $3.85 .
eled lavatories, piped Octagon Soap. 50c case
. .
.18 '
Rosedale Peaches 3 lb. can (
water. There is also an extra large 'Sweetheart Soap. doz. 50, case .$3.85 '
screened-in sleeping porch, with room Elberta Table Peaches, 3 lb. can ..13c I'
enough for the whole family.! The for. . . . .25c: Fels Naptha Soap. 10 cakes for
Tall Salmons. 3 cans (
I bath room is large light and airy, 2 for. ..25. 45c.; case . . '". .. . . . . .$4.15
Salmons cans
Tall Pink
nice enameled fixtures, all modern and Ivory Soap 10 cakes for 45c,

I sanitary.The 1' Red Salmons. very best per can ..20c .case . . . . . . . . . . . $410 Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
house is newly painted and pa- June Peas Welcome Dainty, can .15c:
shades are hung it All Washing Powders, 25; pkg forSl.OO
pered throughout Best Corn St. Elmo Brand: can .10r
is wired for electric lights fixtures . . . .. . .45c: Campbells Soups asstd, doz. $1.00 DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
installed, also connected with gas. In Maple Syrup quarts case . . . . .. . ... .. . .$3.70
will find convenience gallons . . .. . .60cVegetable
fact every Alaga Syrup.
Carl Dann D necessary you for home comfort. If you Soup, per can . .. .. ..3. Sardines. Am., doz., 4-lc.: case .$3.25
C do not care to use the entire house", Walter Baker's Cocoa half lb. can 22c Salmon tall, doz. $1.05, case .$4.00 Real Values Low Prices
the location, so near the "Wyoming, Catsup small doz. 90c, case.$3.40
-at Chocolate, half
Walter Baker's
of
insures rentals spare rooms '. Marine Tobacco, doz.50cDry
1: S.
Always in demand . . . . . . ..20e COMPARE
extra good prices. pound cake
if care to rent the en- 4 dozen . .. .. . .. .. . . .$1.90
; or you Peaches Prunes per lb..10e
tire house and occupy during the or Sensation Tobacco, doz. 50c, 4
. . . .. lOc OUR FURNITUREWe
tourist season the 3 room cottage on Currants per package doz. . . . . .. . .. ... ., .$1.90
. . . . lOc
the premises in the rear you would Raisins per package '
Bull Durham Tobacco doz .....50.
derive could be a rental made by to which pay itself the property out. Hackers Pancake or Buckwheat Dukes .:Mixture doz .......... .50c provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted
. .. . ..lOc
Flour, per package the standard of merit. If
There is a garage barn, and chicken Prince Albert Tobacco doz. $1 by knowing furniture buyers as

house etc. Fruits of various Rolled Oats 3 packages for .. . .25c 2 dozen . . . . ...... ......$1.90Pet an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
kinds, everything right up to now and Rolled Oats in bulk per pound .. -5c can't make this point too cleap.-it is one of the foundation
just a little above the ordinary in $2.55 Thistle Butter Cup and R. R.
43c,
Cream baby doz case and that means much to any buyer.
of this business
stones
many ways.It doz. 50c. half $2.90
Mills Snuff,
gr
doz. 95c.: case $3.60
does not require much ready Pet Cream tall. I
money; a small cash payment from Tomatoes No. 2, doz. 95c, case $1.80 Tooth Pick Tobaccoper Ib. 50e
responsible parties will secure the Early June Peas doz.$1.10 case $1.95 caddy. . . . ... ....... .. .$2.88

property.The price. is 6300. A bargain at Corn. Good gra doz., $1.05: case$1.90 Picnic Twist Tobacco, per lb..50c McNeil; & DAVIS BLOCK

that Early June.peas. best best doz. Schnapps Tobacco, per lb. 45e,

figure.E.. YOUNG.. doz, $1.35; case. . . . . . . .$2.50 .caddy ...'.. ............ '$3.60 Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaL
REAL ESTATE Table Peaches, Elberta doz. $1.10 Browne Mule i Tobacco, per b.

Room 10. McNeill & Davis 10-24-tfc Block. ..case .. .............. . . ...$2.05 35c., caddy ... ..............$3.25 .



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ROBINSON & BEARDALL I Worthington lilacKman 1

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ATTORNEY-AT LAW
I\ ((1T 1 ATTORNEVATLAWNo. Phone 617

4 West Pine Sreet

Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

ORLANDC I Phone 161 worth Building.



Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW


Victor Starbuck
FARMLANDS-DROVES
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/fOlSESLOTS.SENTINEL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72

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

& McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. HaRe


F. A. PEPPERCORNt


WANTSThe BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone


A Bath In A Tea Kettle RAY WHITE- 37

Mortttn &*ntlnel Want
Directory U the Iresti-tt Waul ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium In Otlsndd.Terms .
Is ft long \vny from the luxury of plenty t of hot water, A!'kle from the waste of time ----== !Itoom 44WatkliM
Cash in Adtsnee.For & SALI.ASU3
and! temper In waiting for the kettle to hettt It's n mighty poor way to get hot water. = !' Itlotk Orlando, MaDR. ,
11ATR8 ::: IJoone HtrrttI'hone '

And )'('lluh of folks! ntlll put up with this, nittioyitittt* l Ilt'ruu"t!" they do not l realtetj the Utttl Hay ======a======9at
Put "hffll hale 5ue' r.)7!) ,
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GUI Witter Iletttert I l-'Mf *. \lr l)4yr) 7 1 s
economy of n + -=== ==========
file Tine hm'h' :1r.SU
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lhi fM applies on ail-nds ut fg5 L. Pcrcivnl Hutton
A G Water Heater : wordy Mr lewIf the ad contains N. L. BRYAN
a s more than !5 word the rata .
37 Liberty St. New York NY
will be one 'mt per word for ,
Comfort Convenience each addition! word, for each lnssrtUn DENTIST
Means Economy, ARCHITECT
If you f.n't bring your .d to Phone 716
the office telephone N.. 24Ac- McNeill-Davis Building Orlando.
It's the best and! easiest way to get hot water-especially nfter your furnace fire is count opened ky telephone will be Rooms 2 and! 3- Florida.
payable the following. day. Yowell-Duckworth Bldg

out. Every Home )Every Business I Member F A A.

Tie n string on your finger ns a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man has use for a
Hcntlnel Want Ad.

talk It. over with you. I Dr. F. F. Thompson
SURVEYING '
II IIORLANDO

.
TOIt RKNTRoom: ) 14x2H, suitable Plating nnd Sub-1)lvlding.. DentistFormerly
for carpenter, plumbing or ]paint
LIGHT CO hop. Co-opcrall\e Produce Cu., No. of New York
WATER & 10 tenet; Church utri'ul 1'hutio 417.MODKL THOMPT AND! ACCURATE

IO.2U.Uc: WORK 115:; SOUTH ORANGE

GAS DEPARTMENT ;, First KINDERGARTEN Methodist: church: primaryroom ; tele HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal'

phone 221, or cull 14 East: Jackson Engineer,
street 10.0.ttc

FOR SALE 47 WnJklna Illdff., Orlando, .'!".

\9
FOR HALE- 1S I4 Ford touring cur.
In good condition. Apply 1W:! W"..t Phone 72
I Church street. Orlando urnituro Co.
10-2$-ltw ,

FOR SALE:--New 32-20: Winchester Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. U H. RAMSDELl

ride, cheap. Thoman U. 1. Box 12. OfTOMCTRIST
'.. 10-21 3t. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO . FLORIDAWE

FOR SALE-A good mule between 8 FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSfil
and 0 years old. For particulars, I Davis & McNeil BIdg AND DO ALL KINDS OFomc.u.
address J. P. U., U. F. I>. No. 1, Box '
11111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111111111I 11111111111111111111 ORLANDO, FLA. i REAIJtldStandard
Sentinel.
28-B; or inquire at II

10-27-6t .
- - -- ----

FOR SALE My home on Anderson BUYERS AND SELLERSI Barber Shop is sanitary

street; horse wagon; harness, and buy, sell, rent, and exchange real 18-21-tf
two seated pony cart. t;. II. Gore, estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
Our Grocery Co., 6 and 8 East Pine. over 30 years. Have handled over RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one

I SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE 10-27-3tc $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. hour, 12 miles for 30c:. 8-28-tfc

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good FOR SALE-Buick roadster; de..
condition. Write Box 567. TRACY & SOMERVILLE Carpenters mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
9-23-tfc and cabinet makers. Screen completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
FLORIDAAll doors and windows, frames, sleeping Garage, 32 East Church street.
,
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, porches, counters, shelving show 10-20-tfc
furnished and unfurnished. Also cases, refrigerators, alterations and
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI additions. We keep a number of
Hamrick's bus, 5c.
Ride
jitney
have to offer before you buy or skilled workmen constantly on hand.
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pins 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo ltf-18-tf 1
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.
: 10-8-dw-lmo LAWN MOWERS sharpened and OSTEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND
the leading varieties"of Orange and Grape repaired at Orlando Bicycle and SURGEON

SALE-English Pea Trees. The Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc
FOR
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest peas they bear are very much like Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand
garden peas and they prow very rap- Delivered every day-Elder Spring surgeon, announces that he has
prices :: :: :: idly, and are very prolific. Trees Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & returned from Harvard University
::
40 cents each or Phone 105.: work
from 5 to 8 feet high Company, Rock Uuilding. where he took post graduate in
3: for $1. Apply to T. II. Fuller 307 10-lG-tfc. eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
East Pine street. 10-23-Ct Also physical diagnosis (nerves
Drink Cider Spring Water. See or heart, lungs', kidneys and other vis
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock cern), and electrotherapy and! contagious
-- has 7 rooms and bath, 2: sleeping building. Phone 105. lU-10-tfc ; diseases.' Office, Cheney build'
- --- Telephone
I log, opposite San Juan hotel.
porches heating plant; Is modern
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, Fish and oysters received dully : Office 617; residence 1018.A .
East: 11. M. Self & Co. 1-10.6-t/c I -= l
nil modern. Mrs.l Wherry, 1011

\ Send today for Catalog, Description, List, and lowest Central atenue. 9-30.lmo* CONMCtfiNTIOUd CAKE -given H (5001)>)> 1 INVESTMENT.

prices to the above address rou) SALE:-A MOSIY: MAKIUFurnUhed ; limited number of |>er.gn*. I'letta- Ii one that will yield n guaranteedIncome :!
ant in new home. All modern
trUkutievt rtttimi for ten yenm. We handle ln
14 ritm Hau e, en IYrnl"h\lt''
ctlf\Vef\ltflflOiI Also ry"m8fur
arranged fur light tun.l-eht'11a come Investments yielding! H per rent
.
Iiuu\ . regularly. Rent tttate; Honda,
pet
tog, gpleiidld! locution: large lut !
Terms Owner, 10 W. Concord! A\*>. Seymour, nurse, 14 lII J I 'h l street 1U-4.1mue, east' Mortgages! end I l Income hwelltm\lJl\|
of Luke Kota.:
Your should yield 8 per rent
p.li+smo': money
.III.II..I.II..I..I..I..4..I..I..f.1.." " .. ... -4 in Florida. A. H. Cook & Co.,.Orlan..
IIUILUIMJ$ MATiiUAL.S: AMI do, 10,1.lmQ
FOR. QUICK SAUK-20 acre tract J'SlUI.'nSWo :
mile from city limits
one ;
quarter
FOR RENT{ very fine for citrus or subdivision pur. are prepared to furnish estimates Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by
I poaea. |100 per acre. See Curl Dann. on lumber and building mate- S. I). Lee twice a day from Spring
II a-u-tt rial of all kinds. Give our service a Luke Dairy. Phone orders to J. U.
FOR RFA'T-A good ten room furnined Orlando. number 83-R..
I trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Magruder,
house, with mo.ll'l"l1'On'l'n-
1- -30-1moe
ience, and welltntilated; just the WANTED 101920t. ,
thing for a boarding house; located inn Get your nut shave at the Stand
prosperous, growing town. Apply WANTED-To list all kinds of property BEAUTIFY; YOUR) HOMES ard. 18-Zl.tf
!I toV.. I.. Story, Wntvr Garden, Fla.ti for sale or rent. 1 am having The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
FOR RENT -:.0-tfc. mnnp applications for houses, furnished will bring in a car of fine palms the LOST
and unfurnished 1 will be coming werk. Any one !.
FOR KENT: -Two furnished, rooms. glad to list what you ha\e. Mrs. services and experience will pease -l.oSTOn Monday, October 25, be.
I for light housekeeping with allmodern II. B. Iake, 45:; Last Pine street. drop him a card at once, nod he will tween Robinson Springs and Orlando .
con\cnli'ticca. Call 312: : Knot: Phone 1 jUt lo-8-dw-lmo call to nee you and make you hard vln runt road between Maltlnml
South otrcrt. 10-20-lU, time prices.! For reference nee the and' Winter Park one FUk red top
Fine Corner Store from 11'.INT1U-Clean: rags nt Sentinel palms wt. 411 North Orange avenue, :.11x1 nutomoliile tire, mounted on rim.
HR KENT:
llouftf on Lake hnhho\, 10-13-tf live J. H. Mooney,
ollice. set out years ago.$ A communication from the finder\ will
one mile from limtlo. and
1st. furnished city ; a Orlando. _LlOIOtfcI1ULHS he greatly appreciated by I I). A. Cheney ;
November r'ItI.1'1,1) 4U"t _
Orlundo Florida. 1U.211.tfa
,
fltrt'\'t. 111.6.61r} '! :MISCELLANEOUSI \ ,
'A1.t4111.ANTING-W.
FOR .
FOR RKNT( : a'' are headquarters for all kinds of -
==Arc Itlul"'n| tar
little homo. you MAKE: A BUSINESS: : <>f planting bulb aril, teed*. Cull in and tee
.
completely furnUhrd.' citrus trrv*. All tree I set uu"ranteed. them. Orlando Seed! And Produce Co.,
cary to l'"r.lr, rt>a.onable price H.) 2:2,
Write for price x : : : joij s. Orange avenue. Phone IC'5.; CLINT BASSPHONE
with
or without garage, choice rOil| Ocore. Fla. 10.24: .lmoc
duntinl location tJev .wite, Maimo.1U I0.10.tfc _
C. A. HOVEY nnd Concord 10'2il.CtFOR : 11'E ARE 173
IN POSITION to sell, ex. A GOOD INVESTMENT:
change or rent your city and county West Jefferson Strict
to remain
m'NT-I1) the month Why permit your money
season Call And see us. Geo, T,
or sear, one upstairs flat for light property.Hull Co., Rock Building, Room 3.Phone idle or draw a small rate of interest Successor to
housekeeping; also other rooms, and 10.51mcFOR when you can have an investment
garage, electric lights and bath in 105. yielding eight per cent. net for ten
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. EXCHANGE-$50 hammerless years or longer. We handle only. Band Wood CompanyWood
investments, mortgages
9-10-tfc guaranteed Jncome
barrelled shotgun
Parker double 11
for well trained bird dog. Address I, or improved city property. of All Kinds
FOR RENT desire a regular income we car
-Nicely furnished rooms!, SentineL 10-20-tl you t
- --- -- --- "Gun care B. Cook & Co., Orlando,,
in new modern home one-half furnish it. A. PROMPT SBRWCE
block from Anderson street, near St. Umbrella -c vend and repaired!I 10-20-10tc

Try a Sentinel Want Ad I the Luke's season.hospital.406 Reasonable Margaret street.rates for "while you wait." ai YQUD '. Repair Ride Hamrick's Jitney bus 5c. REASONABLE PRICB.ii11111)C1' *

lO-29-t! Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 18-18-tf i



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i.: LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs. I iiiiiiiiiiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii

;1
aa jI Mary A. Cox has moved from
: the Glendale apartment, on West .
;; street, to 110 Summerlin Place.


i ir Travel in' Panama Mr. H. H.prominent Richardson citizens, one of, Jacksonville's spent

? and everywhere on American tenitomy, is simplified by "A.B.A." yesterday i in Orlando on business.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
f> For the best home made to
.. often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques things
:: ... ..lf'Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for buy for Sunday, go to Mrs. Cornish'sTea
I-' business or pleasure. Room today. 1-10-30-lt* .
for
Prepare
.
i The State Bank of Orlando Dr. James DeLaney, who has been
spending several weeks at White
Springs, returned to Orlando last


t t x evening.yesterday Miss Glen afternoon Shaw arrived from Arcadia in Orlando to "T""[ AUTUMN OF LIFE"[


visit Mrs Herbert Wichtendahl, at
11l'l' 215 South Main.HALLOWE'EN. .

l'f f MASQUE and Spook
l'J October Party,30.at the Rink, Saturday 10-27-4tc night, By saving a definite

amount each week. We
P S Deaconess Harriet Parkhill, who
= has been visiting relatives and friendsin
have several plans. Letus
Tampa for several days, returnedto
Orlando yesterday afternoon.Mrs. .
explain them.

: Josiah Ferris and son, Joe Jr.,

A ffti:1i11AYNES left yesterday morning in their Buick .-
"six" for Tampa, where they will:
spend several days with relatives.
,
I
How much did you save last monthin The Peoples National Bank"It
cash or Savings Checks? 812tfDr.
I
E. T. Poulson will preach at Is A Pleasure To Serve
the Highland Grove chapel Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, accompaniedby
Mr. :Moore. All are cordially invited -
to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Shearer, of Harrisburg -
Pa., who are making a tourf
You"M
> Florida, are spending several daysin
Orlando. While here they are making -
Y N [ S their home at the San Juan hotel.


Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for iiiiiiiiniiiiiiMi. . . . . minium
[ you. 3-12-tl

Judge T. P. Warlow returned yesterday 'l'I"I""I"II"'I"IIIIIII'I'I"'I'I \ ,,,
afternoon from Key West
where he went to preside in place of
1 J.J P. DEALER Judge Hunt Harris, who was disqualified The Gasoline Problem Solved

in one case.

Mrs. E. J. Oxley, of St. Augustine,,
who has been in Orlando attendingth
Fueline i
<> recent meeting of the Wesleyan '
Bible Class Federation, left yesterday
I morning for her home in the Ancient

I City.
Guaranteed at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated

How much did you save last monthin combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of
0 cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-U

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Blair are again carbon.
"" domiciled at 408 West street, having Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -

arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon a film-like spray of oil-like an 'atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
over the Atlantic Coast Line
from Milwaukee, Wis., where they chambers, preventing carbon oxide.
the summer.
spent 5c. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.I .

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palen have
many friends in Orlando who are
Stop Thief! pleased to see them again occupying
\ i their hospitable home, 501 Magnolia
avenue, after a sojourn of several I San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando j !

Make your Ford car thief proof. I have months in the North.

the article. Price $3.50 installed
necessary Deposit your Saving Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for Daytona
on your car. 'ou. 8-12-tf -

Mr. Edward Hall, of Indianapolis,
F. G. RUSH tnd., who has been spending several .1..11..111.111..1..11.111..1..1.......
jaytt in this section on a prospecting
left last evening for Fort -- --------- --
Phone 226. expedition Myers. He was very much pleased .. . . . . . . . . . .IMIIMM. .. .. ...... . .... .. .. +

1 with Orlando and contemplates returning -
here to spend the season Who Will Be Your Executor?

MU! Florence Nutty returned to
)rlumlo yesterday afternoon over the
III ANSWER NO. Z
COAlit Une from (Ilion N. Y.. where '
ihe spent the Mummer.1111; potty i* Your estate may be materially impaired al a r ; ; '.u'
the: etficient bookkeeper for Walker direct result of the appointment of an executoror ? ; 4 A 4

.... .. ......... . . . . . . . . .. .1111..1 nro ., and will resume her old poai-! trustee. rk y. i MI;
Jon with this enterprising firm on When an individual is appointedThe :-
i the first. Many friends are glad tosee weaker.
financial responsibility is generally
her back again.
It is usually provided in wills that the person -
Boston Baked Beans and Brown nominated to serve as executor shall be excused +
Bread on sale at Mrs. Cornish's TeaRoom from giving bonds. ,may f-
REPAIRINGBroken [ today. 1-10-30-lt
When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
Quite a number of friends of Mr. of the estate, and then only partial security *.,.A 4

andIrs.. D. S. Bennajre were at the loss is provided.
ring, broken heart; broken watch, broken en- Coast Line depot yesterday afternoon M When against a Trust Company is selected-

gagement; broken eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented to i welcome this estimable couple upon The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility f.ts
heir arrival on the south bound train '
silver, injured pride. All these fractures and dents pass to spend their sixth season at their is secured. j
retty winter home, 616 Dot Circle, A bond which has behind it the entire financial 4 I.
out of existance when they pass through our repairing f __ _
Concord Park. They spent the summer strength of the Institution is always filed with t -.
department-the injured articles returning good as new. in Sharon, Wis. the Probate Court .t nft east to the estate. ;

And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith and children this newspaper. Zr ld ICr
who have been spending several
lays in this section visiting relatives t'T '
and friends, left yesterday afternoon Come in any time and freely ask for further F I
over the Coast Line for their home dnSalem information on this vitally important subject.
X. C. They were very favor- You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
T.D.EVANSJE'WF.I.F.R ably impressed with this section andre glad to advise.
contemplating another visit in the
near future with the view of locating.
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Doctors .

3uek aster & Brnndasc, Orlando Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still I s Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

kt ELfksville, Mo.
--uU -- -- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above
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--u- ---- HUt .1..1 1-4 Peoples
_. lUf.. National Bank. Phone 678. tiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii . ... . . 11111111" "
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