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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 31, 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: VID00549
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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RUSHES TROOPS TO INVADE BULGARIA



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nUSSO TURKO DUEL IN 'WILSON + BRITISH JOIN HANDS WITH + POLITICAL POT IS

BLACK VIOLENCE SEA OF CHEAT TO MAKE *+ FRENCH-AND SERBS ++ VILlA MAY STRIKE UNLESS


A BID FOR ONE ++ troops London.under Oct.Sir 30.-The Bryan British Mahonare + BEGINNING

TRY TO SINK RUSSIAN TRANSPORTS + moving from Saloniki and + I MUNITIONS REACH AGUA
+ have joined hands with the +

Which Are Carrying Troops to + French and Serbians accordingto +
MORE TERM + a dispatch from the French + TO BOIL
Invade and Land on Hul- + correspondent!!! at Saloniki to- +

la's lllack SeaCoast + night. +
gar PRlfT A fOR CARRANIIST
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
NEXT THURSDAY PHESID'T I STOny COMES I OVER WIRE

TO DELIVER IMPORTANT : AIIOITT COMPTROLLER'S) I __
London, Oct. :30... -It la reported In I -
Berlin that the Turkish*warship, theUoeben N, Y. ADDRESSPREPAREDNESSWHISTW Blackmail Plot "IRRECJIILARITY"( ; [ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + MILLION() ROl'NDS() ) IUSI1KD?::

llreslau and ilamldleh, are 169 + + 'J'UI.I.I,S AT ,\(;LA
engaged with the Russian fleet In the Sends Girl ToPenitentiary + POI't'LAUin +
lllack teed STATE BANKS PAY NO TAXES + =-=-, + .I'ItIE7'.1REINFORCEMENTS:

The battle U of extreme violence, + Sixty want, ml Iii. today Little +

Nfl! a correspondent from !Bucharest to the/ l'uhlU&ftTtllfltrlph :The \re& Hut It'H 1 Expected !He Will Make Hut 211 Comply With the LJIW, ++ mendous Business Boosters Money ;Getters Tiny but; Bully Try* ++ [ [ FROM CARRANZA

)IUd for Henomlnatlon- Says Tallahassee DUputeh; + Bargains and Opportunities to +
suit of the battle U IQkm wn. 1
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 30 Stella IU .
A dispatch from Bucharest l told! Also Wants a Little Griffin, 19 yearn old a former country i Sensation Has Been + get ahead. Watch the classified American Troops Keep Guard
that of from family grow. Join the army +
grllneetl transport school teacher and later a trained I
Rest Sprung Along Horder Funston
+ enlist tomorrow. Why let your + -
Odessa and Sevastopol are bearing I
nurse was today sentenced! to four
Russian for the invasion of + property rot when you can sell + May Take Personal
troops in the state penitentiary for :
Washington Oct. 80-The speechof years I By C. F. Johnson. + it withA +
Bulgaria.' President Wilson before the Manhattan complicity in a blackmail plot againstJ. Tallahassee Fla., Oct. 30.-(Special + SENTINEL Command
They stated also that Bulgaria'sBlack Club in New York next Thurs- B. Rauch, business man. to the Sentinel.-The Capital talk

sea coast is again being shelled day night is expected to be a bid for C. C. Garret a money lender w ,s today centered on the question of why ++ + + + + + + + "WANTAD"i Washington Oct. 30.-One million
to open a way for the landing of the the nomination of his party for a sec- last week sentenced to serve seven j I:sixty-nine stale: banks pay no licensetax I II I rounds of ammunition is being rushedby
troops.It ond term. years and Juc'ge: R. R. Jackson a when the balance of two hundred several express 'trains from the
is believed that the Turkish Nominally the president goes to ad- well known justi, .* of the peace and I and eleven comply with the law. N. Y. United States to General Calles whois
squadron was dispatched to sink these dress the Democratic club on the sub- attorney is still to be tried. j I The mclter came to light in an investigation CampaignFor hemmed in Agua Prieta by the
transports and if possible their escorting ject of national preparedness.In According, to the Griffin girl's confession ,I on an inquiry from a tax troops of Villa.It .
warships. addition to having outlined his the two men induced her to {!collector in Central Florida who Suff Ends is believed that a large part of

program on that ...;,sect President sign affidavits and enter suit against learned that the state banks in Ilills- the reinforcements which Carranza is
French Cabinet Satisfactory Wilson is looking for a rest. Duck for recovery of a $12,000 "love I'boro and Duval counties did not pay sending to Calles and which had to
Paris Oct. 30.-The French cabinet His views are needed to influence balm'%heck he is alleged to have license. New York Oct. 30.-New York's proceed through American territory
is greeted bv the press of Paris with h'eAfter campaign for woman suffrage closed should have reached Agua Prieta this
' legislation at the hands of the incoming given When the tax collector reports suchas
sympathy a.ul encouragement. The congress. rev.living a letter from a sister I unpaid it is the duty of the comptroller tonight amid a haze of glory. Rousing afternoon but no advices to that effect
chief note in editorial comment is a This will practically be a declara- asking her to reform she con I to have wi Tants issued and meetings were held as a climax to have been received.
demand for prompt decisive action tion of his program and the issues of fessed and turned state's evidence. I force cr'Iections. The controller BO the greatest fight ever waged for the If these reinforcements failed to arrive
for "government which governs" independently the 1916 campaign. An effort will be made to secure her I I far has taken no action and those who !ballot. in time army officers thought
of party considerations and pardon. I paid want to know why. that Villa with his superior forces of
solely with a view to virtoiy.Hesperian WILLIAMS GREATLY IMPROVED I The story an published here today REDS HAVE ARRIVED 6,000 would at once assail the town.
PREFERS ORLANDO TO CALIFORNIA 'created a sensation, since it has been -- Agua I'rleta U protected on the front
Was Torpedoed Early this morning Douglas Williams ,charged over the elate that the comptroller Have you* Been the lulrt, hens? Theyitre by trenches and by barbed wire entanglements -
Washington, Oct. .0.-.- -cretory was reported to be greatly I..;. :I hart a machine In his connection i>imply"beauU" and! arrived yenterdny. !- all along the fouthern!
Lancing announced today hat the proved and Dongllily out of danger.It Messrs. R. Callls and N. O. Wilton, "It||h t the county offices which hehoped They are the first the Palm line.
navy department had definitely\ established U thought: he will entirely l recoverIn of Detroit, Mich., have arrived in Orlando to use to secure the governor Auto company have received. Every: Reports to the department show
the fuel thut the fragmentof a short time from the Injuries re to upend the winter and are i ship In the next primary.. It ID expected Person who has seen them U very thAtlIIA, who U pressing hU! advantage .
the engine of war which Hank the! calved In a recent automobile mishap. pleasantly located at 403South: Lake that immediate steps to have much pleased.YESTERDAY'S. had arrived at a point twelve
AllAn liner Hesperian. was a part of street These gentlemen are so ft I I the collvctloni; made will be! taken miles A torpedo. The German! government vornbly Imposed with thin city that and that today Calles' outposts have
has p"r.llitfnUyl"nl"J that the Hes LAW AS GIVEN BY AID they are looking around with the view FORD) IN NEW HOME MONDAY PRINCIPAL withdrawn Into the town proper.
perian was torpedoed.To of purchasing deMreble lot, and as General Funston today telegraphed
soon as they do will erect a home and Secretary Garrison that if the situation
GEN. T. F. WESTJudge F. G, Hush will be located In his FOOTBALL RESULTS
Invade England? become permanently Identified with demanded it he would go to
South Or
tomorrow
London. Oct. 18 (by mail to New Orlando. Mr. Callis has spent two knew I rooms on Douglas and take personal commandof

York).-The War office la in possession Martin has received a letter winters here but last season decidedto ange avenue in the building recently Athens-Georgia 0, Auburn 12. the 6,000 American troops assent*
his exclusive
of information which proves be from T. F. West general try it out in California and returns I completed for use by Atlanta-Tech 23, North Carolina 3 bled there.A .
attorney
Jas. 1. Giles. The is witha
yond a doubt that Germany intends advising that the constitutionality of firmly convinced that the climate hereis room large Birmingham-Alabama 23, Sewanee cavalry patrol is also guarding
commodious to the 10.
. to attempt a landing on English soil the game law as passed by the 1915 far superior to the Golden State. front. Entrance display to the repair room depart- Nashville-Vanderbilt 35, Tenn. 0. railroad bridges over which the trains
in the near future. The plans were session of the legislature has not yet Charlotteville-Virginia 10, V. M. must pass that are carrying Carranza
be had door to
,, A' learned when Lord Kitchener sent out DICKSON-IVES WINDOW INTERESTING ment may through a I. 0. reinforcements to Calles.If .
been passed on by our supreme court, the south into
Orange Howard 7.
opening avenue Macon-Mercer 14,
spies to learn the whereabouts of sev the Villista forces endanger
but there is a mandamus proceedingbefore Fords will be handled exclusively New Orleans-Tulane 8, Mississippi
eral corps of best Germans troops, the court looking to this end. Mr. Rush. College 20.Louisville. American lives or violate American
' which had disappeared from the battle It will be the middle of next monthor The center display window of the by Louisville 22, Rose territory General Funston's orders
fronts. They were found near later before the result of this suit Dickson-Ives company attracted con- Poly 0. permit him "to deal with the situation
State 27 Cincinnati
Kiel where big fleet of siderable notice It JOINED THE AUTOMOBILE Lexington-Kentucky "
a transports will be known. You will therefore yesterday. was 6.GainesvilleFlorida. summarily.
i is assembled under protection of the continue to issue licenses under the most artistically decorated and a RANKSMr. 45, Southern 0.
German fleet in preparation to swoop act. large pumpkin was the chief feature. Baton Routre L. S. U. 10, Mississippi PAY 10UK TAXES
down, unexpectedly, on the British present The spirit of the day and evening was Chas. Rock is the latest recruitto i A and M. 0.
coast. The plans call for a landingon appropriately carried out. the automobile ranks. lie is now New Haven-Colgate 15, Yhle 0. State and county taxes are due November
U. C. V. OFFICERS FOR ENSUING Cambridge-Harvard 13, Pennsylvania .
the coast of Kent, south! of the YEAR the happy possessor of a brand new State 0. L Two per cent discount allowed
Isle of Sheppey. Thousands of Brit "THE BIO STORE" Studebaker which arrived in a ship t'rlnceton-t'rlnceton 2" Williami 0. if paid in November one percent
Ish troops are digging trenches and The following United Confederate ment received yesterday by the San Ithaca-Cornell) 45: Virginia Poly 0. if paid In December. Tax books
erecting entanglements along the Veterans hold office for next year a* On page :3 today's Sentinel appears Juan Oarage. It if raid that he has 0. Amherst-Portsmouth lft:! Amherst close. April L W. K. Martin, tax rot

f threatened area, while heavy artillery result of the Ocala reunion: n full page Yottell-Duckwnrth company already mastered. the intricate workings Smith Bethlehem-Lehlgh 2% (Jettysburg lector, in anxious, to: have an early
hAlt been rushed there from Wool ienrpe L. I F. Buchanan, of C'hllIl')', advertisement It will\ repay of the machine and l his!!! friends. II, settlement.
wich. major general, division committulef vow to rend. this and subsequent hll-l /Fay he l III one of the wine end wifedtlvers West (1'"ll1t11Ift Nova lit', Army\
13. .. CHIRP:! HMiril I IS "SICKW. '
for "tlorldtt.R. *ni"emenf'" carefully. in Orlando.) "
,\nt\lIf1nll"=-North I "tflnl&rI"1i! & '
Japan In Stand" With Miles Dan :.Irl.\'lIIl. rinwftmlville, ---- -- - =- --- = = -= = 14. Navy 12.:: ,1L Smith; thief tit polite, was
Ignition I Oct. :.10=Japan has I.". commander first brigade.ien. t'hii'Bgorhet| in I1,11'heonbt I.I.lndianap..llaIndiana : taken HI yesterday with a severe cold'
Letter From New York About \ 7. \\14-hinlr
the nut to 1 and unable to It I on duty last
come M party t< agreement (; Alfred Ayer, Ocala, brigadier ton and l !"tit> 'i. was
('onrlutl"I'u"ttt l peace. general, commander MH'eml' brigade.A. Notre )Dame-South; Dakota, NOtre night.HALLOWE'EN.

G. Baker"' Tampa, brigadier general "Our Town" Is Of Deep Interestwhen Dame t1, _._
', commander third brigl\''',.
WilL BUilD $S5,000 HOME Gen. W. II. Sebring of Jacksonville i W. C. T. V, CONVENTION NOTES; OBSERVED

\ was appointed adjutant and chief Editor Sentinel:-The visits of your I first saw it in the summer of
of staff to Commander Buchanan live and readable paper to my perchin 1881, when I first went to work in The state convention which comesto
11 Carl Mann has made another The division: commanders will appoint one of the sky scrapers of this the newspaper office of that prince of Orlando November 9-12 will bring Hallowe'en was quietly observedlast
good sale and to the kind of people their adjutants and other mem- great city, where I am doing special Florida journalists: Mahlon Gore. many brilliant speakers the greatestof evening as reported at an early
Orlando needs and wants. lie has work for which will be Mrs. Mary Harris hour this morning. Whatever rowdy
bers of staff later on. Uncle Sam, are like calls The Reporter was then printed in a
sold to Mr. G. L. Normend formerly from .1 who the presidencyof ism may have transpired was kept
.C an old friend. I wish to say frame structure upstairs while a tin Armor gave up
(' ct Tampa a large lot on Colonial $3:)0.000()(\ FIRE AT BIDDEFORD. here publicly as I have often remarked store was kept by John Miller downstairs her own state Georgia, a few years under cover due to Mayor Sperry's
Drive in Colonial Hills. Mr. Nor- to to become a national lecturer and i warnings that all offenders would be
ME.; 1.000 BALES OF COTTON friends that no town in I believe. The little wooden ago
mend has let the contract for a $5,000 S BURN the state of New York of the size of court house the one hotel-the organizer, thus answering the divine 1 punished. There were many peoplein

modern home to be completed within Orlando, and very few of twice the Charleston House, kept by a Dr. Mull, call to help "dry up the nation" and I the city last evening from neighboring
90 days. Contractor L. D. Long will Biddeford, Me.-Loss estimated at size get out so large and well editeda and Charlie Gooding's and Mr. West- she is still working at it. Mrs. Armor towns and business was brisk.
be the builder.Mr. approximately $350,000 was caused daily paper as does your town. "Our cott's house were the most preten- will be the convention speaker. The spirit of Hallowe'en was greatly
Normend is connected with the by fire which swept through half of town" I should have said for whoever tious structures in town. The horse Miss Minnie E. Neal our state president in evidence. Boys and girls
L. C. Smith typewriter people and the large store house of the Pepperell lived there any length of time and mule teams that slowly wende' and said by many to possess gowned in white sheets presented a
will make Orlando his permanent Manufacturing company early today, without feeling that it was part of their way through miles of sandy more executive ability than her share ghostly appearance and made merry
5 home. destroying several thousand bales of his own' road were particularly in evidence on will preside during the entire session. by carrying lighted pumpkins aroundto

raw cotton and much of the finished I applaud the spirit of the peoplein court day, and old Orange was a big Miss Neal is still in Kansas where their friends' homes. There was
I. O. O. F., ATTENTIONWe : product. One T--n was badly hurt keeping alive the memory of the territory then extending from San- she is visiting "home folks" on her blowing of horns and scampering of
by falling from a ladder. old settlers of Orange county and Orlando ford to Below"Kissimmee, and from return from the national conventionat youthful feet the fore part of the
are requested by W. H. Brokaw In this hurrying generation its present eastern limits northeast Seattle. evening and the general merriment
k noble grand of Orlando Lodge No. 20 Mrs. James Laughlin. Jr., and nurse, there is too little of looking back- ward nearly to Tavares. Let everybody get ready for convention extended even to the grown-ups.
I. 0. O. F., to announce the initiatory Miss Mary Stewart have returned to ward; too much disposition to forget The whirligig of time has brought November 9th and I2th -
t degree will be put on Monday night.A Florida from Philadelphia and are what we owe to those who went before beauty and greatness to our lovely 0'0/ J \'tUtnit -

large class of candidates are in noW at the beautiful Lauphtin home us and blazed out the way. As lake-garlanded towns| hotels, depart.* Columbia Gfafohola reduced to 611&. '.e.?4d
waIting All visiting Odd Fellows ate near Zeliwood. Mr. Laughtin arrived t "write the little straggling tillageof meat stores!, pavements, elegance and Records! from 15e. \l p. Cotne and heat I't' a' illy fair todayi'
I cordially intited to attend. ,v several! dais afro, Orlcndrt rises before!, Incas it was (Continued\ on page 4)) | them. Curtis A q'Nul, mod ftftheafct!! winds

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ([AuMin, in North American Itvtiew)

AND WEEKLY email-town and no "HIE. .: .''u\nu-\: : MACAUL/V/
lie man
I.6\ . . . ... ....K: .. ".II..t the Kingdom
r latsl\GTtIN .R..In..a| world builder lie preached the flielf :

Ent1 .t III* |".".m... tit Orltado. KlortnJ of jOlI; !, knotting God for a spirit All shaky and iru'ntrd unit pore I
Ida, ar ... ('4_ Mull M.U.r.t itul hiuimr itn increuning realization In' all no kllUlI.'dJut! he can't (uiiulUhUxi'lf '

>.Ur. I Yi nllCltll'11UN.r ...ttA15A lion of the Kingdom u state of being With n still upper lip any more; I I I Is the name of u beautiful Hyacinth wo have for sale. This hyacinth Is all its narmpile

folly. Manua, ...... ltttallr. ...0, Hut lie had no progntm. lie followed Shut: up ail alone in the gloom of u and makes grand! flower for the dl
I Munth" It is stately beautiful carmine pink, a
1.U,. I Month. ..... ..? .tel thC Inwttrdolce, and followed| it in room, I *. n ,
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Wwllr. 1 YNt .... ..::::: :::7. '.,OO stiiictivt'ly, with the freedom! of n An And dark then aa take the tomb and and send a*him grim.some I room or parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for gro
# ._- river in 1U natural channel with no roses in bloom.
ALL URtfCXirTIONa ADVANCETO rAY ABU IN fretting of the flesh, Hut where the And you can have fun out o' him."You' I same.

voice left him uninformed, he was "., ketched him 'fore now-
ADVRKTIdKIUi simply a man from Nazareth; his social when his liver was sound I Price of Hyacinth glasses . . . 23c.: each

C.n for diaplsr sad all .ea... N..e. outlook was the outlook of a vil- And his appetite notched like a saw, Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . lOc each
... ... .... k baaded U .! tk. k.u..MAc A-mocking you, maybe, for
.* .\1..f th. tUaUncI _,.,.... tk.a 1 p. ., ager. All the great prophets of Is- 'roundiVith romancin''I'I Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . $1.00 doz.
11.. Uy ...,.,* p..Micth.>... ThU r.l. BPPUM rael had come out of the wilderness; a big posey-bunch in )
to c....... f.r ccBlrKt .4..rtiiUfj tl U full of the terrible But ketch him say, when his other Bulbs ranging from 40c. doz. up.
.I..srl.bl. sad will k. strictly UerW U. their words were you I, We also have Hyacinth
------- earthquakes, fire on health is away
-- things-thunders,
Subscriber desiring Tb Sentinel d&condnued And he's flat on his back in distress
should notify the office in writing on the mountains. But the words of And then you kin trot out yer little
the date of expiration otberwue it will be Jesus are all of the small town-the bokay.

continued snot notice at to the stop regular u received, subscription rate. candle and the bushel, the housewife's i And not be insulted, I guess. D E

TUt... N.Bk-r .......... ............ 14 measure of yeast, the children playingin "You see, it's like this, what his .. ...

OCTOBER 31, 1915.Playing the street. The rich he knew onlyas weaknesses is- -
SUNDAY the poor and the oppressed knew Them flowers days makes him think of the "The Drug: and Seed Mall"PROPRIETOR

the fool is no difficult role. them; the kings of his parables were Of[ his innocent youth, and that mother -
I the kings of fairy tale and legend; of his
o And the roses that she used to raise-
And many a mushroom is a toad- such rulers and potentates as make So here all alone with the roses you CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
stool in disguise.Too the stock of the village story teller. send-
His very way of speaking was a folkway Rein' sick and all trip Ij i- and faint-
o
FLORJY.
: the pithy sentence, the pregnant My ejes-my eyes is-my ejetla-
many of the things we wait foi old friendIs -
are not worth the delay.To figure. lie saw God reflected in every aleakin'I'm blamed if they nint!"

o surface of the common life, and -James Whitcomb Riley. j-.;

get a run for jour money chaser aught: in parables which are, after ._ n_ - --
all, but a' perfected form of the ---- M I MIIMIMMItntMt

r street car. quizzes and riddles dear to the unlettered -

o : wit. That is why his profounder : [
Says
The fire of genius is lucky when it sayings escaped his audience.It Baylarian
can keep the pot boiling. .
of these,
is evident from the form

o blunted as they are by re-translation, Hams! Hams! Hai
Philosophers are men who imagine
that: they were many of them cast in Germs May
they are in the foolproof class. "Garment
the matched and balanced sentencesof
0it's Hebrew verse, which accounts in The price of hams is steadily advancing, but 1
easier for some men to get out
of debt than it is for most others to part for their easy retention. Cause Disease"I day, Friday and Saturday we will sell them at 20c. I
in life but un-
Ile was a man wise I
get in. learned. lie had no books but the

Mrs. Galt has U'-ordered six suits, Scriptures of; wrote transmitting nothing his; took teachingfrom thefolkway This is the Old Way: h Flour Flour12lb.

eight gowns, seven hats, eleven waists ,
mouth to mouth, and trusted
and four coats as part of her trous-

seau. If she were running for presi- God for the increase; and he had the of : 1Li.T Sack only ____________________________
folk-way in his profoundest speech,
dent of the United States at present
how many suffragettes would vote for identifying himself with the power 24-lb. Sack only -----------------------------
that used him. lIe dramatized all his
Times.
her-Tampa
relations to the invisible. And withit
o 4
he Jew of the circum- ti
all was a P
f An exchange remarks that the most
1 powerful king is wor-king; laziest, cision. He grew up beyond Judaismas WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
stalk of grain grows from its
shir-king; the most thirsty, drin-kinp; a
sheath, but never out of it. Always,
the best liked *
the slyest, win-king;
to his death, it was there about the
by all ladies, tal-king; the most humiliating -
sin-king; the most stern roots of his life.
Our Grocery Compan
a ;
span-king; the most necessary, baking -Jy* i ,***?* "- "COME OUT AND
; the most lovely, spar-king; the
roost FIGHT." Two Phones: 3 and 200
most optical, loo-king; the vibrating .. ,
York World = -
) -
.t ,snea-king.sha-king; and the most despised They need(New something to hearten I : > t\\\ ''' -;; -='-, \ ", ; 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando .

them up a bit and excite their risiblesin 1 '"
o
\if ] '1 1a
and respectfully! ..' rm I ,
"It is a good time to begin preparing London, so we '"" !
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from theWorld's :I\- -
something to exhibit at the big suggest that the dispatch : ... ,.?=- wiPressing
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describ- r'trifi .. .. .
live-county fair to be held in Orlando Berlin correspondent -Jt-k -; c =-& .

shortly," says the Orlando Sentinel. ing a visit to the German fleet be I I

Of course there is some time yet be- widely destributed in England."Do clothes by hand with the half rotten sponge or dirty !

fore the five-county fair takes place, you think the British fleet willever cloth is adding fuel to the fire of contagion. I remember 'Ii. ,I-

but it is such a big event that it come out?" is the question thateverybody press of complaints when I used to use*this old style. Now I.
numbers
I IFULLY
a merits special care and great prepar- on board officers, "from,"coal asked pass of have adopted the new Sanitary system. r I! Yancey Meat Market
the highest
ation. "Start some big vegetable ers to i. I

seeds: growing or begin fertilizing a the correspondent. The German fleet, - - : PAID UP
the unusual, it is waiting for a challenge '1
fruit tree to make yield appears
T. A. YANCEY. Jr.. Pres and Mgr.
"throw
Britain I
does not Great
or any other work that will produce Why MiL1U
an article better than the common the glove in the naval arena for Ger- ORLANDO. FLORIDA

sort." Florida fruits and vegetablesare many to pick up?" Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
which this delightfulsegment
fine on the average and those who The ships on

expect to win prizes at any of the of German public opinionwas Florida and Western Meats

fairs held in the state must make special found are as snug as bugs in a

plans and work hard to get some- rug under the guns of WilhelmshavenThey Oysters, Fish, POllltrjVegetalJles, Game, Etc.

thing far beyond the ordinary.-Jacksomille are protected by mainland forti- Special/ 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders d
fications, by mines in the sea and b>
Times-Union.
/ Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6Residence
--o- the outlying fortress of Heligoland PHONES \ 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St

l'nEI'\nIXG FOR They are as secure against come-out-
dweller, and designedlyso. I .
T1IK TOURIST RUSH. ers as a cave

(Tampa Times) .
In order to meet the demands of Many things have happened while h- 1- I .
which these ships have held this comfortableberth. -=-1f t - -, eo
opening _
the tourist season now i.l = I ELrkst
will undoubtedly eclipse any previous The British fleet has come out h : l The
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season, all railroads: that enter and sufficiently to control the seven seas. OF
OF CLEANLINESS QUALITY
from few submarines, thereis JJti
traverse Florida are improving their Aside a ;"j -
winter schedules and adding to their not a German ship afloat anywhere OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

equipment and indications are that except in neutral harbors and in heavily I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

they will be forced to make even fur- protected German waters. Men- Every square inch of ;your garments will be treated with Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

ther improvements before January of-war and merchantmen alike have dean hot dry steam without scorching, burning or glossing. The I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
while British flags, commercial again recommended -
disappeared, have time and time
passes.It oard of Health and physicians and
and naval, are seen as fre- Method of' pure.
seems that nothing can now prevent and endorsed the V. Baylarian Sanitary
in ocean We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
in every
the breaking of all former tour- quently as peace
colonies in the pressing wearing apparel. everything in the Meat Line.
and whatis With nearly all its All
records method.
ist and homeseeker Everybody ought to try this new Sanitary ,
fact hands of the and its great high -
is the enemy
of even more importance : in prices will be reduced. i AdE. Self te C<>
that the visitors will, for the first sea fleet held helplessly a prisoner M. I

severalears, have money to its own harbors, Germany may fairly Call Today
in PINE
time spend and invest as the wave of prosperity be: asked what kind of comic-opera Make It Your Way. j !I PHONE NO. 80 STREET

now beginnign to sweep other challenge it is awaiting. ------- I I .

sections is: unprecedented in character. -

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A well Known journalist once said: .
"Love for the women and sport foi IMillMMIIiMIMMtlllMIIMIIMtMllltlll t ; SILVER GLIDE-

the men makes the best newspaper VANILLA I A COMFORTABLE RIDE-

published on earth" or words to that IN A CHALMERSFOR

effect. Pulsating through men's red TUTI- FRUTI SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new
blooded veins runs a certain streak ofadventure
which can only be satisfiedby GUAVA tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian

real sport-racing, baseball, golf, ICE CREAMS. To a friend three things are necessary; Motorcycle, for cash.
preserve
tennis, football, motorboating, auto-

mobile speeding, and the like. In ev- To praise him present! praise him absent, and assist *.
woman's breast beats a heart that

ery loves LOVE-loves tales of warfare AUTO LUNCHESA him in his necessities. AUTO WING\ STATION


and chivalry, love of motherhood, the SPECIALTYCLUB

joy of spirited fiction, the blasted lies

of multimillionaires marrying chorus -. V. D. Phillips
Mgr
Freeman
girls inside stories of divorce, the engagement ,
SANDWICH %5c.
of President Wilson to Mrs. II 14 E. CHURCH STREET PHONE 447

Gait brave the sinking, romantic of the wordsA Lusi ania Alfred and The Co-Operative Produce Co. !

the R We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
Titanic
V Vanderbilt\ the sinking of : No. 10 E. Church St PHONE 447 I IHtllMMIIIIIIMIMIIIilMIMtllHMMIimiMMIM
: W. S. DeWitt, Mgr.
Mid children Want Ads Get ResultsF
when men died that woj B boats. and Delivered for All entinel .
might go first to *
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Request The Season's Best at the Lowest Prices i in the City Attention

Without Doubt Our Showing Is Unsurpassed


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SWEATERS SWEATERS SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!



Men's Department
F
( Shoe DepartmentFor

Zip---what a Sharp Cold Wind

well:l, its the season for SWEATERS right now, and we Men Who CareLet
feitffl
f are ready with a complete line both in light and heavy Sweaters -

R' ; }. j jft and Golf Coats. m show you the new Fall Styles in Edwin Clapp Shoes
y s and Oxfords, in Tan Gun Metal and Kid. Try a pair and be convinced that they are the
:
y *J/-ci4r Let Us Show You best shoes made for service, style and comfort.

f %k '5-r- Price $7.00. Other makes priced from $3.50 to $6

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r' ,"TJAR.T rVorvt CORSETSf Loned SILKS and DRESS GOODS Art DepartmentRoyal Society Package

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You Must Try on a Modartto
The good style of the Autum Frocks and WaUts you are about to make or have made will
know it. You will find that your corset hasa depend not so much on the making as the fabrics.

new meaning-plays a new part in your life, The advantage of chosing new silks and woolens here is that there are more from whichto

contributes new beauty-when it is a choose. Not only more, but better fabrics, and prices much more satisfactory.

TAFFETA SILKS- CHIFFON BROADCLOTIIsoft -

q Modartproperly chiffon finish, all the new shades, 54 inches wide, sponged and shrunk,
J 36 inches wide,the best that money can ready for the needle, soft high lustre,
buy for________________________$1.50 per yard ______________________$1.75
? fitted to your

I figure. RADIUM SILK- FRENCH! SERGES-

1 A beautiful new fabric with a high lus- Very much in demand,black, navy and
it Prices trous finish, 40 inches wide ______$1.25 green, special value _____________$1.00

( range GEORGETTE CREPE- SERGES- outfits come to you com-
plete,clean and intact,in
sealed
40 inches wide, in brown, navy blue, in plain colors and shepherd checks, 38 envelopes -
from They contain the articleto
light blue, Belgium blue, black and inches wide, the best value we ever be embroidered,
$3.00 to white _________________________$1.50 offered ____________Uuu_____ 50c terial of the highest stamped quality on, exact ma-
instructions and a carefully pre-
VISIT OUR STORE AND LOOK THEM OVER pared chart of stitches and colors,
$8.00 with sufficient floss to entirely com-
plete the embroidery.
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EXCLUSIVELY TAILORED BLANKETS-3rd FLOOR

50 pairs large double bed size' Blankets,white,grey and tan,pink and
'
SUITSMany light blue borders, heavy fleaced, $1.35; : quality, per pair ____________89e

Heavy gray, warm Plaid Wool Nap Ulan- Blankets in tan, large
charming models in Broadcloth, novelty mixtures, gabardines,
Blankets, size 61x80, kets,size 66x80,pink, size for hotels and
poplins, and other choice materials, most of which are copies of foreign
well worth $1.69, gray, blue and tan boarding houses,$2.00
modes adapted to suit you. The fur trimmings are exquisite, and are
priced special at plaids, $4.00 value. value
brightened here and there by a touch of braid or buttons;colors are black, New Ideas in

blue, green, brown and fancies. Ladies' HosieryPure $1.19 a pair $3.00 pair $1.49 pair

Come and appreciate them.
thread silk in Hundreds of other Blankets and Com-

$15.00 to $55.00 stripes, plaids and
forts priced very low
clocked, Price $1.00




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Our buyer has just returned from the East, bringing back the most exquisite un-

trimmed shapes of the season. The Pope, Quakers, the Flop, the Mushroom, Roolside

brim effects, English Walking Hats and Georgette Sailors. Materials are hatters plush,

pressed beaver and Velvet. They are absolutely new, and all moderately priced.




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LETTER FROM N. Y. ABOUT "OUR
TOWN- OF DEEP INTEREST


(Continued from page 1))
Winter Park News
i wealth, fame and friends in all states.

I But many of the old friends are missing


i from the Holdens the streets., Speers Do, MizelU you remember Patrick lT[ YOUR FALL SUIT OR DRESS[

Daily Budget 01! Items Concerning *, Hugheys, Judge Westcott! Dr.
) Shelby, W. It. Anno, 1.. H. Jeer and

The Town And Rollins College his highly Rifted wife and daughter,
the Hummerlinn, Mtubbtefleld. Hull,
EXPRESS[ [ YOURPERSONALITY
Uavhes! .1'alniem, 1'ortem., Joe hum

1II.I.mnsIU'; ,: \' AT LYMANUYMNAHIUM MA KM HA i, (oviitsnuirH.: ( ; NKWI : by, the poet Willie Wallle lUrney,
II'OUMI'rum who founded l Pine Castle, and Dr.

The IMIln students enjoyed! ap4eaant thU date Winter Park' policeforce Martin ,nf Fairview, and I other yt
| little Hallowe'en party at will appear in uniform Marshal that host who have Joined "the choir [
1'lnIU'nmIUiIYf1I lat night, The Ovemtreet. who ha* dinned u InvUiWe," but who all helped' to make
affair was I |danne4 at the supper \.A; hand ome uniform just received from Orlando' what it is today There
r.otwlth. 'International' Tailoring were other who were not w helpful,
Me, but proved A success, the company,
standing Ha speedy arrangement.Hallowe'en of Chicago, present considerably but the mantle of charity and oblivion
irames And AmlliemenhlcontriblltCld changed and much more fear-impell shall cover them Orlando has had
to the evening's enjoy- ing impression than when in citizen's' Tew serious crimes and many deedsof
ment. Light refreshments appropri' dress. The only criticism which the I blessing. Long may it continue to
ate to the occasion were served. AN most critical inspector could observewas shine in its semi-tropical loveliness,
most every one on the campus at the the fact that the marshal still a dream in summer and a haven of Why not have a Fall Suit that
rest in winter the metropolis of the
time the party was planned attendedand retains his black slouch hat instead of ;
the affair the high piney woods interior of Florida;
seemed to enjoy great- adopting regulation police cap.
ly. the coming capital of the state, and expresses your own personalityyour -
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL the home of the liveliest set of boomers -

CONTRACTOR' GREEN BUYS I The regular monthly meeting of the east of of the Rockies; the best exponent own tastes and ideas in-
your
BUICK city council will be held tomorrow ,
Contractor Henry Green has pur-
'night. The land where Time ne'er bringeth
chased one of the Buick "six" 1916 The snow, nor the dead leaves fall. dividual preferences? It will be a
model cars from the Winter Park WINTER PARK NOTES And the angel of summer wingeth
Garage. The car will be delivered R. B. Barbour, accompanied by his Her flight through the forest hall.
to-I of and satisfactionto
morrow. wife and daughter, Miss Antoinette, I see some practical suggestions source pleasure
The 1916 Buicks are going fast and arrived yesterday from Chelmsford,
I made as to the best means of using
Proprietor Mason is having troublesof I Massachusetts, where they spent the I' the money to be raised by taxationFor
his own keeping a supply of these summer months. They are to occupy advertising purposes. A perma- you.In .
popular cars on hand. Indeed the car the Lampson cottage during the com- nent exhibition of products and infor-
Mr. Green has just arrived -
purchased by ing season. I
mation in Orlando is the best thing
at Sanford. have seen proposed. But the matterof
Mr. Harold and Miss Elsie Hinchen, keeping a Florida exhibit on view having your suit made up, you are
HANI CONCERT 2:30 of Oakland passed through Winter in Washington, 1) C., should also be
The Winter Park-Orlando band will Park yesterday afternoon en route to looked into. For" hot exceeding $2,500 enabled to carry out your individual preferences -
give its first public concert in the Sanford where they went to nttend a per annum, nice quarters can be rented -

park this afternoon at 2$$30 o'clock Hallowe'en party.J. nn one of the principal thoroughfares in regard to trimmings linings etc.
The members have been hard at work ,
i of the Capital l City and tt man
practicing tor almost a month and id Vick, of Orlando, nw>mitt- emplujed to take charge, lIr itt, if I"'i."Ult' | !'.
feel t'UllthJetlthat their organisationIn I I tiled by hU wife! and Mini",!' WelU\ ft tt live, up| to fate l'l.'HiliiUt.\ and you can closely supervise all the import
tit in-live a BUfppsn If the Winter I teacher In the Otlaitilu whuuU!', i>|ieht Of rout-te the exhibit. will be pent
.Pmk public shows! ouftkicmt! \ interest", wime time! in Winter 1'aik yesterdayafterHuun without\ root, 1 by, (be fat mpra! and fruit ant little details which go to make a suit I '
in. the wwtk of (the OKfanUfttl-w! I Npi !, grower of the Mate. Just talk tn
.. serles ot concerts will
.tillable that
a
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t the 1'1 hhiO i, Hadleru and other w- distinctive.
l III given throughout the winter I I| Miss laap( rowers!, the popular and reahfui' horUcuHurUU of Oakland, ,

attractive daughter of I'rofeswir and Winter Garden and other places in the
HAU.OWK'KN' ( I'" ,\n1'\' I 4t\ 1'NlOlI'f Mr' Hiram Powers, is spending! & the
'| i favored! South ApopUa region:! and' see:!
week-end with Miss fail, Unvis at Orlando how long they will haggle about it!
The pupils In Mr, Enlow's Sunday Capt. J n, M. Sims, of Ocoee, alone, Select your materials for your
school' class enjoyed a Jolly Hallow could and would keep up the citrus
e'en party at Mrs C, V. Ward's home II, P. }Foley, manager of the New fruit exhibit there to put the California Fall Suit Dress from
last night. Numbers of games appropriate Seminole hotel, arrived yesterday, accompanied boomers to the blush Let your or our exten-
to the occasion were playedand o by his wife and family, Board of Trade write to Thomas

attended.a fine time is reported by aU who from Chicago. Grant, the live wire secretary of the sive range of the fashionable suit

Washington Chamber of Commerce,
The older young people will enjoy a The Rollins Y. M. C. A. men are for advice and assistance, and see how
Hallowe'en social at the Ward home from the materials for the
expected to return tomorrow long It will take to tomorrow evening. State Students' Conference at Gaines knows of this plan, and is enthusiastically

ville. for It. Time to get busy. I
HIKWKIirS: : ATTRACTIVE SHOWCASE shall say more about this scheme You will find just the goods YOU

J. W. Thorpe In spending the Sun. after awhile. Meanwhile, let no one
1 II.[ Siewert hail Just received a with his at Taft.
day family for
imagine that It is being pushed will like our
handsome new showcase for the din among
the benefit of
play of photographs, films and other Mr. K.: J. Cox was among the well LINDSAY S. PKHKINS.Park : : .
lIulllllI,'.. The case In of plate glass\ known winter residents. of Orange Row Rid*.,
and is about :.1x5! feet In pro|>ortionii.
arriving In tho city yesterday
county Oct. :A, IDin.
It has been placed at the foot or the afternoon from Fairmont, I ml. Mr. Fall Fabric
Showing
stairway in the new Schultz building, Cox has pent u portion of the summer
and will later bo Illuminated by clue-: touring the Pacific\ slope with

trio light :\1 rll. Cox and I report an exceedingly MISS MAY IIARDAWAY1'UHLIC
delightful trip. M rll. Cox and her \ ,
TO IONMXT: M'AV: I'l'MI'IMJ' mother will be down a little I later in STENOCiKAPIIKHSchult
PLAM* the' houhon. :Mr. Cox la the owner of These include all the newest
The water and light department has
and .
a large prolific orange grove near
ordered the pipe and fittings for connecting -
Golden Rod.
the new pumping plant of the / Uuilding., Phone 406 weaves and colors. Here are a few

Ice and Refrigerating company, who ,
FOR SALE-Two bed room suits,dining -
will furnish water to the city under room set kitchen outfit, including of them: "
the contract which they hold. large range and cooking utensils. ,
. Address Box 05: or 100 Court street. All Work Neatly and Accurately Dope

TOU.\Y'S SERVICES WINTER 10-31-lt
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PARK CHURCHES

Vigoreaux Suiting Picardo Suiting
First Baptist Church
Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe Oak Costume
Suiting
Serge Poplins
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
on the theme, "The Corruptible and
the Incorruptible Crowns." Gabardine Suiting Drap Charmeuse

Young People's meeting at 6:15 p.
m.; subject, "A Survey of Foreign have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles Tweed Suiting Tilleur Stripes

Missions." Leader, Miss Florence and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes

Stone.Preaching. > and Men's Furnishings. Costume Coverts Golfine Corduroys
at 7 p. m.; subject, "The
Final Test." The student body from Broadcloths Heather Mixtures
the college is to attend this church

for the evening service.A Donegal Tweeds Shepherd Checks
cordial welcome to all.Congregational W. H. SCHULTZAt

-0- Scotch Tweeds Worsted Plaids
Church the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. .
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject for Winter Park Florida

morning sermon, by the pastor,
"HebtorsJ A Needed Conception."
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p. m.t Two Permanently MMIMIMMMMMMMMMMIWjinter . . .. .. . .... . . . .
"Itn-reaoe and Efficiency; -
Christian Endeavor; WeaU.H! :

Leader, Mtu. .linlow: Dickson! Ives Co.
Huhject for evening sermon, "KlTlriettcy ; Park Auto Co. -

\ IVtMiitiltali\ Ale, You a I llti-
"I'tt1! NumM, I0i2t::: .
i--em
Mrihaii.t, t"i.'IIIIIhuHh:| | '
BUICK and FORD CARS Store
W, l 1ft IIIHJfI, pastor Department
Sunday school, 10 a. fIl'rtAchiflg \,
{ I 11 I a, fI\, and 7 p. m, "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place"
Rev M, .K, Collier will preach at Repairing, Painting and Auto :
the morning service, Evening sub
ject, "Kind Words Will Never Iie" Supplies Orlando Floridar
Everybody: is invited. .
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HainU Church

10 a. m. Holy Communion. : OPEN DAY AND NIGHT'IMMIIIIMIIIIIIM
11 a. m. Morning prayer, with ser

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Dtirty -Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
MONDAY'S PROGRAM
__ Majestic.: "The Old High Chair."
A drama, in two
parts.
SOCIETY CALENDAR arrived on the same train, Mr. and Komie. "Mr. Wallick's Waller." A D
Mrs. Jacob Keyser, who also partici- good comedy.
U. D. C.}Ionday'ovember at Miss Mary Robinson's 1. pated in the afternoon's festivities.Mr. Pathe. "Romance" of Elaine." "The Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make an estimate -
Searchlight Gun, in two parts. Don'tfail
3:30 p. m. and Mrs. Blass spent a greater to see the narrow escapesof free on your
many
Silver jubilee in honor of Father Fox. part of last winter in Orlando and Elaine and Jamison in this episode.It .
Tuesday! November 2. were so well pleased with our beautiful is real exciting-; Fl Watch
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Gor-
city that when they returned last Admission, adults lOc, children 5c.
hostess.
don Wright,
Wednesday, November 3. spring to Portage Wis. they sold Ring orJewelry
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. T. W. their spacious home, and decided to SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTMiss
Mathews, hostess. return to this city. Helen Smith has returned Ag
Unity Circle, Modern Drama, Miss Ii
Gordon reading J. M. Barrie's "The Mrs. Blass is an enthusiastic worker from Leesburg where she attendedthe
Twelve Pound Look." for the Royal Neighbors, and all wedding of Miss Constance Bour- o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examifl *Q
Thursday, November ... Neighbors feel honored that she has lay to Mr. Boyce Williams, on Wed- your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch
Rosalind Club, Mrs. C. B. Robinson,
her home. nesday, October 27. Miss Bourlay is *
chairman committee.Equal chosen Orlando for needs care and attention at our place.
si; i'igtjirs.; : F. A. Curtis, + well known in Orlando, having been a
hostess. FIRST REHEARSAL OF MENDELSSOHN student at the Cathedral school.L. D EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
Social tea, Equal Suffrage League, CLUB ,
Mrs. F. A. Curtis, hostess.Friday .
the Mendels- J. MUSTARD
November 5. The first rehearsal of
Fortnightly Club, Mrs. Bumby, host sohn Club will be held in the vestryof The Chiropodist, will be ready for ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
business November 2nd. Office over ,
ess. the church on Tues-
+ Presbyterian McElroy's drug store, Orange avenue.
day night, November 2, at 7:30 o'clock, 1-10-31-lt Ib -d)
BIG SEASON AHEAD FOR TilECOUXTUY =OJ-
conducted by Mr. Forrest Dabney =
CLUB I I Carr. Some necessary business will Mr. S. V. Reynolds was included in
The Board of Governors for the be disposed of and then "The Holy jesterday's arrivals from the North. ..
Country Club held a meeting yester- City" will be taken up in preparationfor lIe spent the summer at Asbury Park, iP;' h-=--- --=-===": Unusual I Designs
day and arranged to have the annual a grand Christmas concert. The N. J., and is glad to be back at his \ .
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and I '.w.:0') ; ,
opening Friday, November 12. On wonderful beauty of this compositionwill home, 131 Amelia avenue. He reports ..'- -- ", \ JY .",X44 Some people, in fact, a great many,
that date a chicken pilau will be appeal to all and the appropriateness the weather as having been }l 'i't.t. e :-- prefer unique and original effects
served at 6 o'clock. A general en- for a concert at Christmastide is very bad nearly all the while he was Q'-/ _:- "; '5i jl L ;g; in wall decorations. We anticipate
tertainment and dancing will follow. .. 4 these demands and in
manifest.All absent from Orlando.OSTEOI'ATHIC J' .; l_ f ; 'a always carry
This will be confined to club members former members of the club are A.--i I \ ).;- \ { :: stock something entirely different
EconomyCONTRIBUTE only with the following excep- earnestly requested to attend. Members PHYSICIAN AND .1' .. j' ; y from others. Will you call here or
tions, as noted in the resolution of the several church choirs are SURGEONDr. l. :.., ;," ::':.J.J.II will we send our sample book to you?

passed at yesterday's session: especially invited to come and enter Howell, osteopathic physicianand ,,'. 1.' "i}'
"Resolved that hereafter all ladies, announces that he has :
surgeon
this work with us. "'
,
new returned from Harvard University, ; .fl;' Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.i' *
members of the club not, ,
whether
or The training in choruses and solos --= "
where he took post graduate work in l'b'' \}
shall have the privilege of attendingall that can be used in church services eye, ear nose and throat diseases. 205 S. Orange Avenue
club dances when invited and escorted will be of great value. Every churchin Also physical diagnosis (nerves Phone 261
heart, lungs kidneys and other vis- COLEMAN & RHAN
club member.
by any the city should endeavor to have
cera), and electrotherapy and conta-
This privilege, however, was not extended the members of the choir attend these gious diseases. Office, Cheney build-
to the golf course. rehearsals. Sacred music will be given ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone -I
The club plans to follow up the special attention this season. We : Office 617; residence 1018. I

opening with two dances each month, want to make "The Holy City" the
beginring on the first Thursday in best concert we have ever given. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
LARGELY TO THE{
December, and continuing on the first Come and help us realize this ambi GRANDTODAY I
and third Thursdays of each month

PLEASURE OF throughout the season. tion.John M. Cheney, president.soc DIRECTORAND
The club, through the hard work +
and close attention given it by its EMBALMERAll

: WEEK-END TRIPS president, Mr. S. Y. Way, and others, HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT MISS
has made progress in a way that has BARNETTSMiss
been highly gratifying to every one. Sylvia Barnett last eveningwas
Several news members have been hostess to a number of business MONDAY'S PROGRAM calls answered Promptly Dayor

added during the past two summer girls at a genuine Hallowe'en partyat
months. her home, 9 East Washingtonstreet. Night. Hand Block. I
Every one is looking forward to a The house was tastily deco-

big social season and all members are rated in witches, black cats, etc. It HEARSTSELIG'EWS NO. 66 Orlando Florida.
The sensitivesprings urged to co-operate with the presi- is the expectation of the young ladiesto I
dent, board of governors, and various form a club in order to more fully I PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457
committees in every way. enjoy the winter season and become
together Mr. D. K. Davidson, the professional better acquainted. Refreshments were VITAGRAPH COMEDY,
golf coach, will again return to served and Hallowe'en games contrib-

withthe wide seats Orlando this year and will be with uted to the pleasure of the evening. "JONES' HYPNOTIC EYE." iillllllMMIIIillllllllllMIIMIIIIMIIIMMIIMM
the club throughout the entire season. Those present were the Misses Maud

and deeply tufted This marks Mr. Davidson's third sea- Gardner, Florence E. Doty, May J.t
with the Country Club. At a
son Hardaway, Olive B. Jenkins, Lydia \
later date golf matches will be arranged Brain, Elizabeth Canfield, Miss Bach- .
cushions, insure and details announced.It elor, Helen Putnam, Louise J. Allen, ESSANAY DRAMA, FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
is the desire of the club officials I and Ruby Allison.
comfort to the that all club members make arrange- + "ABOVE THE ABYSS"in .
ments to attend the formal openingof lUIlTIIIUY !'ARTYMrs.

on the club on Friday, November 12, : W. II. Palmer, of 113 Ernes. two reel*. .
passengers any
and make it a great success.A tine street, was given a complete surprise -
+ last evening, the occasion being
road. The
gasoline ROYAL NKIf.HHOR: ( RECEPTION: : her birthday, when two automobile

The Royal Neighbors of America emptied their contents at her door, k, 1 Oc. CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
and oil consume- met at the I. O. O. F. Hall yesterday consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Morton II.

afternoon and marched in a body to Jones, Master: Herbert Jones, Mr. and --- --

tion is unusuallylow the 3:23 train with flying colors and Mrs. D. A. Cooper, and Wayne and Phone 5 for Loans Real Estate i !
banners, where they met the state Alta Cooper. A splendid time was
and the tire supervising deputy for the Royal enjoyed by all and the evening ended FISH AND OYSTERS

Neighbors of America, Mrs. Anna M. with. an impromptu' chafing dish sup Fresh Every Day Rentals
Blass, and her husband. I per served in Mrs. Palmer's usual
expense is trifling These guests were escorted to the gracious manner.ANNOUNCEMENT. WALDECKER FISII CO.

r hall, which had been tastefully decorated 206 Boone Street
in the society's colors, purple OF COMING
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and white. An interesting program MARRIAGEThe
consisting of piano solos, vocal music following announcements have INGLENOOK CAKE AND

and recitations was then rendered, been received: CANDY PARLOR
after which all repaired to the dining Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick' ESTABLISHED 1XMMiMlltiltllltMIIIMIItllillilMIIMilllintlMIMI

hall where delicious refreshments Berke cordially invite you to the mar- Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
$850f. were served. riage of their daughter, Irene Catherine etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Blass expect to make toIr.. Joseph Cestia Lawton, Orders taken for parties.
b. Orlando their permanent home in the City Wednesday morning, November tenth'j Located in rear of Branch's Book
o. hundred and fifteen, at
Beautiful, and were royally: welcomedby nineteen Store Arcade I
a host of friends. o'clock, St. James church, Orland9,
Two other Royal: Neighbors also Fla.Orland 111111.1111 II I II I II II I II II MilMIMIIMMMiirtillllMlli*" 1111111 M111 Ml H II
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-' Pipes!! Pipes! Pipes:

Table d' Hote' Dinner 50c ,, t

I"u"u.UI: . I 12 In 2
We are telling black and! galvanized pipe at the
of Sardine _,
Ctttinpe '
best wholesale prices Call on us before buying,

I.WPhillips Consomme Royal J 0* Tall Angln/ "eIcwl It will pay you. We will also cut your pipe torn

Celery! Mixed) t'ickleii Irrigation
"ure lie> you can Install It yourself. On

lliUkrt of Hrpf, llorup IU>iih S UVP| CoinFowl IhpudIlaa I -'.' work you can save money by having us

.t.' l cut nnd drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

Young with lresiing M".he4 Potato, Heel \J1g1141. t JO as you can install it yourself.

long UlaiuJ Goose, Gluaeur I Candied Sheets, Steamed Rice We will also sell you Bath Tuba, Water Cloa-

nellii'r'li' ,. eta and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

Lemon Meringue Tie French Vanilla Ice Cream fit them It
& J may have your preferred plumber up
Cream PutT Genoue Cake Demi Tasse
you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
-
} can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

MRS. MARY A. COX closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

Sons .
ANNOUNCESThat for five years.

she has moved to

210 Summerlin Place F. Joseph Raehn Co.

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Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where one can find All
that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties. lam
THE PIPE MAN

110 Summerlin Place Orlando, Fla.; iMIMIIIIMIIIIIIililliniiilMMIIMIIIMillllillllllMMIIIIIIIII JIMIIIIlBComfort






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' ', r r TIE GAME WAS RESULT
t .At The ChurchesFIRST

., $100 Saved Is $100 I lI.wriST CIIUKCII A spirited game of baseball was I'M IN A HURRY

played yesterday on the exposition BUT Bt ii ES5 1 ( S/Ylcttir{ feat t
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D grounds between the New South and ,I 1 s

Made I I pastor; Mr. Samuel A. Newell, super- the Circle S. teams, the aggregations i ISJ'lY HER&OtD-lou'rt MY :
!intendent of the Sunday school Mr. h 1DDl.k
;
representing the rival makers of the vOT Fl44 r1Y
t Geo. W. Phillips, director of the Curry & Smith Cigar company, of I -N !

i choir; Mr. William S. Branch, Jr., organist Orlando. COME grt a 1 f
--V-y
The features were many and casualties R16HT E i
$il200SAYEffI I The services of the day will begin numerous. Parker brothers, I r '
with the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
battery for the New South, played a '
/
Organized classes and efficient teachers gilt edge game. The battery for the I HAS 500 / t tG //

Worship with well in the prepared auditorium lessons.at 11 a.m. Lucernes a veritable played brick good ball.wall and Alburywas received -II { TAT MA NTiNN ,t)4 A4SPt'lt '

i. and 7:30 p. m.. with the pastor in the tango movements of the I Ft,9 D / 4 V
the pulpit B. Y. P. U. meeting at horse hide from the speedy southpaw. 1 g T f/41

6:30 p. m. This church is the "Stran- Mention must be made of Capt. Walter -
MADE gers' Sabbath Home" and its hospitality IN CONO D C060Nigl PIhE'
$ Pinner who had on his batting HOUSE) r of{, VgMHOt Ht r l
is most cordially extended to all clothes.\ In the seventh he received a'' 1 YEARS'i PAFK',. / Hltfs M i'ARr Mq,. H1f6Nt,
who come within its doors. We want puncture in the slats but still hung

you to come and participate in all our on-the umpire Mr. Taylor, was well

$ 00 religious services and varied activi- protected having a hidden body guard II

ties. Doors are open every day in ever ready to assist him in case the .
the week; come in and rest and med- atmosphere which was loaded with ,

TO BUILD A HOME WITH itate and pray. canned baseball slang would explode.
Ladies' Aid Society Monday 3 p. m. Nine full innings were played and

Prayer and fellowship meeting on aside from a few errors it was a good

$1200TO Wednesday night game. Score: New South 9; Lucerne

-- 9; tie.CELEBRITY.
FIRST METIIODIST CHURCH

BUY AN AUTO WITH Revival program: GOES TO ST. CLOUD For A Young Man H. Carl Dann has been steppingsome
Bible school 9:45 a. m. Doors of

church opened and members receivedat A special in the St. Cloud Tribune in the last few
yearsthe
$1200 close. Preaching 11 a. m. by Rev.
says; : Washington, D. C., Oct. 26.-
Walt Holcomb. The only woman who ever had the
Union services at 3 p. m. at the nerve and forthwithness to enter the
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "TilE RAINY
Grand. political field as a candidate for president -
DAY" Union of sexes and union of de of the United States, Mrs. Belva The Winter Garden Times tells that ;

nominations. Men and women and all Lockwood announced today that she Ov 'rstreet Crate company has ar- j Try a Sentinel Want Ad

Christian people are invited to hear will in a few days start for St. Cloud ranged with a local concern to carry |

Rev. Jerry Jeter in his chalk talk address Florida, where she will spend the win- a large stock of vegetable hampers |

The following letter was received by on "Jim and Jerry." Mr. Jeter's ter as the guest of her old friend and to insure growers against shortages I The Eola
picture work as well as his fine Christian former schoolmate Asa Stebbins. this coming season. This will prove Packing Company

H. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: personality have won for him Mrs. Stebbins was once a pupil of of great convenience to the growersin I ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
i many friends who will be glad of the ;Mrs. Lockwood. that section as it is sometimes the I

Spring Lake New Jersey opportunity to hear him deliver his case that shipments are delayed because I SpecialtiesCustom

30th 1915 "illustrated sermon." THANKS FOR ROYAL ENTERTAINMENT of the shortagle of packages.In .
Sept. ,
At night, at 7:30 o'clock Mr. Hol- these modern times fruit and vege- Packers Modern Equipment

H. Carl Dann comb will preach.ST. tables must be carefully and nicely Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling

--0-- The Orlando Board of Trade has received packed and sent out in best possible Growers' Agents Personal Attention
Orlando Fla. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery a communication from the shape. The demand is for neat pack-

Dear Friend Dann- Rev. Henry R. Remsen dean. Arcadia board of trade expressing ages and the growers who do not give Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -

October 31. Twenty-second Sunday thanks for the entertainment shown attention to this detail invariably lose for harvesting and packing their crops.

A few weeks more will find me in after Trinity. them recently by the local trade body. the trade that should be theirs. Flor- Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I 7:30 a. m. The celebrating of Holy They expressed regret at not being ida fruit and vegetables are the finest PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .

have several friends who expect to Communion. able to spend the night here. They grown but they must be attractively B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,

come to Orlando this winter.I 9:45 a. m. Sunday school and cate- assure!; : all people of Orlando that they marketed or they will not bring the Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
chism. belie in reciprocity and will enter- best prices.
have mentioned several times to 11 a. m. Morning prayer 'litany tain the Orlando trade body at any Respectfully Solicited

them my purchase at Colonial Hills, and sermon. time they may be passing through. POINTED PARAGRAPHS
always explaining that I saved $1200.Of 7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon -

asked how I ;topic, "Hidden Heroes." IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE!
course they always
1. All Saints' Day. If some people knew how little they
November ORLANDO BOARD OF TRADE Read the Morning SentinelMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMfMMMMMMMtMMMMMMMIMMtM
saved that amount and I simply tell 10 a. m. Celebration of the Holy know they would probably talk less.

them the truth.
Communion.UNITARIAN. member of the Orlando ----
Every ---- - ---- --
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Expect me soon.Sincerely. - Board of Trade is requested to bring .
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CHURCH with him three other members and
yours Corner Central avenue and West attend the big meeting scheduled for

A. M. BUCKELEW. street. 7:30 o'clock at
tomorrow evening at
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. the San Juan hotel. There will be "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree \ \

Morning service 11 a. m.; subjectof considerable important business to

sermon "Nathaniel Hawthorne: come up and everybody should plan to

An Expression of Puritan Theology.'" attend. r ,gtf: :." :vj :;r ..i'( .':.rJ.o .
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How Mr. Buckelew Circle Wednesday after- Unless I Budded
Unity on '. : ''''' I.
will read J. M. belvj: ; !f;: 'tt-- ;;;; : .. r .;; ?",. ; ..,;
noon. Miss Gordon A REAL NECESSITYNo ': ,,,, ," ".:'"r : : .
V' l A Jt- ::::- :.1.'t f'' ; :; 'r ; ;. .
Saved $1200THE Barrie's "The Twelve Pound Look. individual with anything to sellor '! '''''s':''''' '''' ..' J '..' ,;,".rJ. .\ .-,;:.. -: : .w ,
This is the first afternoon wiht the :f. ." aJ* ,-:. ';:\}. .t" 'i. . ; : " ( from Bearing
.
Modern Drama. trade can successfully find a buyeror ...,..ua.>:;.'Ii 'j-'f--'t.....; ,,_<("."r<".':1....' ,, .. .'t.' )" ,\.......... ". ,.",'.,wJ
FIRST REAL ESTATE trader without the aid of the Sen- > ''''' "'' .
invited.CHRISTIAN ;: lJt4f.it ... ..
All most cordially
that its .. .. _
MAN SHOWED HIM A BUILDING tinel want ads. Remember ?::
LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM: SCIENCE circulation represents five-sixths of trees of a known
the Orlando community.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR yb
Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Ever- il.e
$1600. THE NEXT DAY CARL CUT OUT AND PASTE IN YOm
lasting Punishment"Wednesday DIRECTORY plr Quantity and ,

DANK SHOWED HIM THE evening service at 7:45.
I Third floor corner South Orange Telephones Installed Since DirectoryWas F
SAME: SIZE LOT, THREE Printed A t,
avenue and Church street. Entrance' J of Pro-
i 7e Quality
BLOCKS FARTHER OUT FOR on Church street. 705. Benedict, Henry, residence. t, :;
A. I.., residence.
- 682. Bentley,
$400. HE FIGURED HE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 664. Burnett, Mrs. W. L-, Y-D bldg.
SAVED $1200 AS HE FULLY 214. Chapman, Miss Julia, res.
There will be no preaching serviceat duction.O.W.Conner.
239. Cheney, J. Y., residence. .
INTENDED TO BUY THE the Presbyterian church today. I 545. Cook, A. B.. residence. i
Sabbath school at the usual hour. 334. Currie, D. W., residence. . '
OTHER LOT NEXT DAY. 507. Eola Packing Co., W. Concord. ,
1007. Duncan, W. G., residence. I .
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 533. Dwight, Mrs. Elizabeth re!'. -
Real Estate Co. office.
731. Florida I Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Chester C., residence.
FOR SALE:-New Model No. 3 Monarch C.87.; Fosgate.!
typewriter. Address Box 612. 449. Gedge, L. IL, residence. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
Casualty Co., office.
10-31-3tc i 700. Georgia
You can save 108. Green, Henry, residence.
131. Gentile. L., residence.
FOR SALE-An elegant parlor organ 515-R. Gordon, Mrs. M. E., res.
$1200 also if only $25; cost $150. Come and getit. 683. Gardner, Miss Mary, masseuse.! Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

10-31-lt. 322*N. Orange avenue Orlando 1007-3. Grant, Mrs. S. W., residence.office.! I NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what realty constituted a real, first-class
679. Graves, Mrs. Helen
you buy at 697. Hirsch, IL, grocery. 'I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
WANTED good cook, and general Dr. J. C., office.
Howell
617. ,
by planting trees as they'are grown in our nurseries began to call for DEMAND -
house work; two in family; no laun- 1018. Howell, Dr. J. C., residence. yes,
dry. Address Box 102, Maitland, Fla. 40fi. Hutchinson, Geo. A., residence. trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

10-31-lt* 105. Hull, Geo. T.. office. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in
nursery proauc-
396. Johnson, A. Brisbane, res.
Colo DialHI.LLS! FOR SALE-Pete Henderson's, snow- 501-W. Johnson, C. W., residence. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
balled cauliflower plants. $3.00 per 460. Knapp, A. L., residence. i
thousand. Address W. E. Young, 256. Leader Store. trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not a SELLER and YOU ARE

Ocoee, Fla. 10-31-3tc 495. Lindsay, S. D., residence. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Liddell. Mrs. M. I., residence.
719.
time and to it into
bearing.
703. Lord, Mrs. H. J.. residence. money bring
LOST about-Li 6>or er 8 and weeks white old.pointer Reward pup if, 2. Lucerne Pharmacy. Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where
J. IL, residence.
returned 10-31-tfc to J. B. Magruder, Jr. 650.443. McCamy Mapin, :Mrs. F. J., residence. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

484. Manuel, J. G.. residence. 1 of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Miller, John, Gotha, Fla. '
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for I 1019.607. Mxers. Mrs. H. B.. residence. I j Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.

light housekeeping, and also sleeping 689. New kirk. Mrs. A. F.. residence. Our trees will cost you more may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
Call
in good location.
rooms; 631. Orlando Electric Const. Co. i
after 6 p. m. 301 Veach street and 710. Orlando Typewriter Exchange. | work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

High Dry All CityImprovements 102 Hupney street. 10-31-6t 637. Otey & Gooden, garage. ray, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
656. Patterson, A. P., transfer co.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with I 144. Porter, Dr. Geo.. office. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
all modern conveniences for housekeeping ';:25. Porter, Dr. Geo., residence.
near Eola Park. 307 East 56. Richmond, Dr. A. F., office.
Pine street. 10-3l-6t 637. Robinson, A. J., residence.
372. Robinson, E. W., residence.
FOR SALE-Refrigerator, in good 692. Rider, Mrs. Joseph residence.
condition; also cream separator, 413.: Sawjer. G. T.. residence. Ocklawaha Nurseries
SEE "PeLaval." Inquire Mrs. W. H. Behr- 684. Saunders, C. E. residence.
ens. Clarcona. 10-31-3t 623. Stanley, Fred W., residence.
1019. Stollberg, H., Gotha Fla.
39S-1. Swift. Dr. M. D.. office. O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
LOST-A gold cross hospital! pin withowner's
39S-2. Swift. Dr. M. D., residence.

Carl Dann D ward pital. for Miss name return Davis.on to back McE\van's of pin.10-31-tf hos-Re- 570.691.590.: Thomas Texas Thompson Oil, E.,Co.C.A.,W.,office.residence., residence. i G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

105. Van Buskirk, J., office.
WANTED lot in desirable loca- 527-3. Ward, W. E., residence.
tion, close in, with view of building 626. Wav's Auto Inn.
on it at once. State location, size and 323. Williams, F. H., residence. 111111'1111111'111111111111111111111111 . . . . . MMMMIMMIIM .
price in letter. Address Buyer, care 501-R. Young O. D., residence.
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DUSIN Romance Versus I Mr. AI.TAMIIMK and Mrs.Isaac M'lUNGS Vanderpool: of ORLANDO CONCRETE: 'FORAGE GROCERY, CO..



LISA i Matter of Fad I I Maitland II, Hand: ,, and of Longwood Mr. and Mrs., were Frederick entertained !' WORKS A visit to our sore will make you a

!i at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Au- i!I regular customer.

I Ii | gustm Taveau on Wednesday. j| 407 LONG STREET
r DONALD CliAMBCRLlNI i By OSCAR COX
j I Mts. Elizabeth renneu. Mr. andi
Phone 493:
I i i Mrs. M. F. Aldridge and son, and I Hams, per Ib . . . . . . . . 19c Strictly Fresh Eggs
I tell you that niy name is There is a little Indian girl up tin I I Miss Elizabeth Russell, of Drennen, ; Swift's Sliced per dozen .35e:
Ham Ib . . .
loff you immediately ; per 22c'Swift's I Florida Hound Steak, per Ib . .15c;)
suture a II Hudson bay who has. never been out I were week-end guests of Rev. and I
th a heavy In-iiril. MUM fry li.iir..ml of her itive woods She speak poetically Mrs. W. M. Burr. All classes of Concrete work done i!' Boiled Ham per Ib. . . .3.1e Florida. Sirloin and Porter House

largl .. thin set furni la other as nil aborigines do Her vocabulary Walks, Steps, Bridges Fountains,( '!Swift's Sliced Bacon, boxes . . .32 Steak, per Ib . . . . .. . ISc

\\"ord4' you fancy we to It a Hu:>siao. I is small. but she mikes up Michael Mrs. I.and McMichael Mrs. Brown, Miss of Edna Toronto Mc- I Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Arbor : Swift's Breakfast [;aeon, per Ib .,:,c Florida Chuck Roast per lb. . 121 tc

It you were to see me you would behold for the deficiency of o>nls in im : Posts, White Way Electric 1 I 1 I Sniffs Mired Florida I'ork toast, per Ib.. . . .lie
Canada, have arrive to their I [ Break. Baron, lb. ,2c
'
a rather small wan with closelycut agery. One summer M I.** .'usan Jones. occupy Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellises, i Western Pork Steak per Ib. . .20c .
winter .home They are guests of Lawn I Minced Ham, sliced, lb. . . .20c
light hair and Benches per Western
dean shaven face. a matter of fact young; woman as. Vases of any size or Round Steak, per Ib . .20c:
Moreover I cannot *<|>eak a word of ever trod the ....n. took it into her headto Mrs. Therian while the house is being Model, Chimneys: with Fancy Tops, I! White Bacon, best cut, per lb. . .1e Pork Sausage and Franks, per Ib 17c '
Russian. I ran only speak English opened. I Gate Posts of I Boneless Smoked. Bacon, per Ib . .18c Western Pork 1
spend her MKitlon in upper Canada. any design Building Loins per Ib. . .23c ,
and American English at that. for I These two nut In the Indian girl's Dr. and Mrs. C II. Randal), of Dan Blocks, Common and Ornamental j Armour's Pure Pork Sausage, lb.2c) Western Spare Ribs per Ib . . .17ci

was burn in the! United State and home on the banks of the Little Whale yule, Mich., are another family of Building Blocks, faced with Granite;

till recently hid never beeu off the ri\er MNs Jones Bald she had heard winter residents who have arrived. i I Coqumna, or any other natural Rock i

North .\llIl' ll'ali continent. much of Indian legends: and asked Ware delighted to learn that Mr. '! Plans and estimates made for Bungalows

My Perm father in eastern win' l loin Rir!In slt| taring the provinceof nest I didn't get the girl's mime: Miss Jones and Mrs. Waterhouse! of Boston, are or other buildings All woe>k; TO CURE A COUGH REMOVE THE{ CAUSE

to Kiln-riii He came to Atm-ilcn when mild it was )1I1l1le- oml'thlnJot-or-Otber to erect a bungalow here Boon. I guaranteed fir t-claltl. Building I'itrs ,

he wns eery joun, mtirritil nil .\bll'r. -to till her one. thereupon the Indian Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walton of Atlanta ::::0('. I (Couph ate n result not n di.lenle.! They ore the result of tnflnmatioti,
lean girl nint tI.,, told the following stotyt: LIMSA\ caused by a .cold invading (he t'llirnte capillary air
< within n year nl'r"nll I Ilm"l'a G.I., are In Altamontc for the ItttOTItnitS.( PropS. -. tubes in the lungs.
I \\ luit'nMy ".\ was the itttfhti'r, : "f n great winter. Mr. Walton I is associated! l It, MmUa, Minim <' r. All of the tiarrolir in the "'orltl.11I not chance the condition; they
I father l>n..itla, n little I' tnmirywllli thief who lUett (vine. long ago/ whvu with tho electric light plant I simply i deaden the senses unit nlonl t tenipornry, relief.
hit, fr 'iii Btu: '..'1,, \\ hi. I II, ho II..<..I.II. | HIM Hint" whit iiiiin mine to thU cuun ..--

III M "'"".1,1 I 11',1 l l l"'fl IHJ IIH'IIU'r III Mlltl tr>.. Hliy hud owlet "vii any iiutu 11.' I DIKES Cough Remedy
t"rllI.' Subaertbe' for the $ fttinl1l.
IM out' l In11'e U'lifii I \MItttciitt + upt' M"= t morning Best and Promptest
fl. < M li'ih-r mini* In her "lilt. "In.lliiii," "lIlIlc'.1, t | Mix Joiu'H, 10() cents a week delivered Ii I i.tlliiga lull'unutIon iin.l piomptlv roruHt tho condition in the Jung and
lilt; lit:'n MI:, 1.11'1'1hldl h.,il IKH.M In "Slit .. lii'tMulilitl tuU'H which .
hud out) MM'n the dii."ky men Auto Livery t'lllUit trite cough. T'on't tiring n rough Uw Pike'
till Mlinnl.tr+.I fait",'llr!, fur IIIH\|| Jt'iirNIlllim of thu forot 'like liffmlf Tim tlrnt I ough nt'oWtl1 reuutly whlih cures b> rcmovtnjj the eau c. Price 25c.
INI 'nil.' Hint I MUM "Illli' '1'.1htt $ mail to toiiiu wax lull n* tire
$ l'I't'I".1| | | I Ihltt I I Jp" I" ltll..til' cud thin, t.tiniyiit 1101 tho arrow and juuntx ItU Does'ThisI ; Service

|1"0" itur, Hit umiifi. I |.."tl tnittliiiul eke Nor lli'M Itt thu! tM.Mo; Aba ca I "LUCERNE
t.II" IiI ut the plats e'.igcrly.1Vheu till w liliu Suit tier brunt hew to him 5-PASSENCER PHARMACY"J.
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.. I ri-ntlml HI)' fin lu r'* former like the bird" Sound I I

home I 1114 iii"| wander that he had ".t "u: u lOt lure| at drat. bight, you I WOODBECK{, Manager
left it The country round about wa.tllnly ttiMinV

M-tllnl thoiish:; a tillage had ",UIIISt... was loved by Storm wind, Good ? BUICK CAR ( Telephone No. 2 Orlando, Fla.
grown: nil iioiir the rn rlU. The .people the. sun of a hief. Storm wind was ;
had their own customs, which had I brave us the water that leaps from the
litH'ii" handed down to them through rock and his arrow could pierce' the r
man} generations! Some of these cU> leaf that ticinblts. at the top of the We call anywhere at any time
toms were very quaint. tree" Chicken with dumplings, roast

My father had left a brother and J-1 -A regularVHllam! Tell," Miss Jones beef gnashed potatoes, green ;''Gorrjjn's' Transfer Co n ,"y ouci 'll
fcNter" in ltu-p.li The 'Interrupted.
brother ha )
I peas, apple roll ice tea and ,
died imniarrh-d. hut Jhe sNti-r. a widow "He had not the heart to give way p- Telephone
still !lived She had but one child to another lie was not born to know I coffee 23 cents 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 Get It,
a daughter \\lutjolutlr with me would that to lu"ebai l'a truly he should 1
Inherit the farm She was a very odd give her to the man she loved. The We served that )last Sunday, HAULING OF ALL KINDS Jr Quick No 28

though aerv pretty little damsel white man might do that not the Indian and will\\ serve something similar I --
about t-ptrutctn jean old. I could not i Storm end learned that she had the coming Sunday. I r
talk with tnj mint or my cousin becau ghen her heart to the white man, and Pansy Plants RoseBushes l for
Ihigllsli: and I no he resolved that the white man should Our meals throughout the :'I Just call when you need any
Russian! but we found an Interpreter die I thing for the
oilice from
week
nre equally good, but dif Petunia I "pins to '
$
who nervid our pur|>oe fairly well.: "Stormwind;;: made this tow ntfthec 1 printing," and ue'll ha'citthere
!
Tht'tt'"II, tin hotel hi the |place: and "' n"(in whin In this" country the lamp feiuiit. The price t U uniformly In n jiilj-. We are featuring RUSHOrders
, I Itu nbllnd. to IIIPt "It| "Veiling ofiiiy liev,'r HIHI$ out II t tilght' 2:t tents. Plants

inn 'I'hi* I did In n small binne'tthlrh "1'1.111t\1 tiip kehirne or ullf I' !.j-plli: Forma and Hinders
(tend, bt'tn tniiltut A tnlititlt. "1'11)ilia I wlnUr had, pit': 4cour orders here
Irtfiril> tt-Htiiiili ttlm spoke ft !Ulllf riift: I stint nun nt iiild.tfijr, l i sunlit nliit,l tHilit' hi Utt1J"St\\"ItIf. trlckahCPS : Pure!\cr)' Lusla
I ll..li "1111"11".1 In I be' IHV II'nllaekhel'e.. | F (he fimtli 'I..hli I uhlt,, Inrtti trim III (lieMIHH (INsitrra) (" t ripli IJu'f: ) !Ii') >. I IOI'IN

aid I ilo in,* i..kllitf, Mr null ill'l li,"'t | vli'lc I ha htlllhfl' 11.id f.l1111,1 1,, ultll'v.
J 1111II.* lie (III "Ilt lit her. Imtiof! U .II..* I flu. ... I'lIKh. -It, |1111| | the alter, P 'lntitiwlh'' j I : 1)ANI) ) NIUHTTheMoclelCafe1( I iolcl I Dell Floristi S. !
hlt' 'W ./I', BRANCH
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,t. II'IMWI.I HIM' UMII anal I Ifllllf \It) 1114 = _= .. .
IW "|""Iltr"| r |"111, I I Hlltlilts' !!'" "InN III ..III'IIIY,' alien" || |'h" tH| | ,.|"..(.I| Intuit, !! HlllVpl l TIII'; AHCADIJ+ HOOK
; .. \\It., tuft| slow|' i I"|| tt"rkiiu', Ilavlr" I"rllf hoists, I i M. nit minus: AND) iwww( (' H'I'OIUC
lilt Mint I llil! |1'i''Mtis'I( | | nf |ply| gel! l h'f11" !: "I. I nllll.1 I fc.tM;. Nl'HIIW' Ill'l"'
"\\ "',t- lI"t |ln"III.IIIIi| | I 1141'1 liCti "VMi-il!! .1 I incur. IMIMU! I ||tuiiiil 1..rtl"1" "I'luiMU Sll'4! 414* "u Mll. |Laos. h. I

1'1' |Ilie|i .Ill-igi' toln'nll; | It er'ti 1i N lieu linn until IM Mir" I _.
'h.rllllll t ''IIr sgrIrrIsed'' } |I'Y' n \ \I..it\ n 'Tlltt \\ hll., "IIIIH in.iy toinej; the)|
flOit 1/1\ I'ltUsill, I l.t.'I.I"i (calk |III, Itlitla in in nia, > hunt Iho firs aurl| (the II
nil "hliiaias' iiiul with a bhriuUng. man 1 luinU aiul I l.o oil ir; I hu may ride 'In hisboat I Today and All Next Week ORLANDO ROOFING

'It'1, li.iii-rLeeptr: IN.IIII present, later the waver nf the great baj. '

I batv no iinprupriety. in her fouling i it.ut but he shall not tike the maidt.ii from Jfi pound Sugar for . . . . .
I luMi-rtlifloss wondered at it. NotIcing the Indiin'hcn $1 1.00 Asparagus 'I ip", per can . . . 2rtc ANC
I able I to communicate with her I "\\" he said tIlL, Storm wind fitted 21 I Ibs. Gold; 1 Medal I lour fur. . .!DOc)() Three helloes Corn Flakes for 2oc

more thin to sir good. morning. I a"'k-j" I an arrow to his bow It may be he I 21 ihs PHUbury- lour for . . . 95c; Three: l'ost'l'oasties:: for . . . . .:JC SHEET METAL CO
t-d the housekeeper tll hid light liars of Soap for" . . . .;
Inquire If nevt r seen the white man's rifle; I 21 Ib=,.Best l'astry lour for . 90c _,>c -- --- -
was anything 1 could do for my coubin. it may be lu had never wen the white jnlder.s Catsup, in pints . . . . 13c
.\ few wold t passed+ between the man raise the rifle quickly to his Butter, per Ib. . . . . . . . .3:;c Irish Metal
shoulder I Potatoes' per peck . . . . 30c Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
two. and the housekeeper" | with home and the niter fir away drop dead.B..r..re Three Ib. cans Fancy Table Sweet Potatoes, per ptck . . . 30c ,

embarrassment I thought, said that h,> had titled I his, arrow to hisbow Peaches . . . . Temple Garden and Rubber
there wns per can .20c Tea per Ib . . .40c Roofings
only one tiling 1 could du and .pointed it at his
fur my con-in, but I had better find it white in in'a ,')'e'ran along enemy the barrel the I 16 Ibs best ,Head. Rice for . .$1.00( Tuna Fish, per ("an. . . . . . .122c! I
out for llIy ,..lt.I of his weapon" Thn't' ("aos r I'eas for. . . .sSauer: Ivraut.. ner ran . . . . lOc Cornices Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

concluded that I had struck another -rrapl'r had the drop on him, nadn t t I Three cans of Corn for . . ..:'c While House Coffee, per pound .J.:;c

ur iLIt titran'e ('uslom,. sit rue couo- he.? How thriMing' Go onr! Coffee, per 16..15c;) ,, THESE PRICES .\IELL ron Works .
14 E. .
try and dial I might as well let It "Storm windhe Arbuckle's Coffee : Church St. ORLANDO
said put back: per Ib. . . . 18c : C.\SII.
work its.if. out l.l>a assisted the your arrow into your quiver before 1
tioust-lvt. IK r In the work and I went send the lead into your heart Abasca


out alit., the business concerning is: yours. I do not wed here in the fore : A. Mann 15 E. Pine Street
which I h d to ,
saute ltussta. I did not t The white man loves the whitewomin.
return till vipiiln. expecting surely not the Indian squaw.'
tint ini oiixln hail com What was "Prom the wo(nls, came a piercing; I
4 my surprise tll 11 ml her still there shriek Tin white man lowered his
How 1"I/ risked", nyr housekeeper rlllo and the nil mm hU IK>W. It was
"I.. l.i>.i K"in;; to stay hl'ref' n wilma u'lt voice they heard. From a
( "Mwa.*", union jou turn tier out." cliff neir hIt came again: fainter,
"
Turin h..r..u.!
but more dopalrln; than t'cfun! 1ryas
"Yes \ml you rtinnot do that unless t the vim.*. TT. I
ton &11'1'11111.! ..;: to suffer! the "Por henretis. iMwu u r i
r\'ticut.1 : sake what was its A. ,
nu-nt ,.t ..I .
< ry one herertts.ut"
I{ siNNk""Itwnr -A J
"\Vliit: .I'M"! < all this. nu-.vuV" 1 ,I
| the wall of .'"11)1:1. She: hid 1*
U UK liri' Mat l.ls"l! bin. OfTUVd' tO ?
| ti Mi Sturm .
rlmi l
,, go: awav; with thlii'k "
111::rr \ I II
I of tin angrv Manltoii mi his brow.and .
I
,,
,
tv.l: i t. niter: fctruik Llltlu by litlo -
I' she knew that hoas
going to
l ill.mini! I '
III.iufurult'r that lit (fight' the nun she' love, S.'Izlngn rllt -
this n: ''II sit Kiiitolt when n \\otnnnM I .
I from the tepee| ei0! followed htr
iit-il t" marry a man she Went to .
Ills tioiix.. unit reniiiiunl dusky lover and saw hint when nospoko :
there a wuit.IU tin""Traplr'r.- p i
;: ini. n?n, J If lie fl.fu"l.tI her ItWU ."
.in' nt<'red a great insult to her "
$hl' held her rifle
am) b er iinily.: It she h rail male nla- nail' to her shoulder (
;' when Sturimi ind
waabout
tI'I"l' to j
l' liUcly to avenge what
vas ," 11-, I, roil a slight to her and I send his arrow tit hls-riv-il's. heart or I Il
th'm .i i vvh.>n the white man raided his rifle
to kill the i ia
man he Ml not love
\VLiie I ii" id Ut-ii harmed: by my
,.. "She; mu: rattier
ittlo "'I i I bid bad up to this. inoueni I t." awfully 4
in I HI,n lIht nt mirryiii her. Her
tttloti , When she beard the white man
c tie idea into toy bead Anarn sty
i tweet us would greatly fa- I he did not love her she dropped her !
illtan, : ,. ..ttlhis cor the inheritance i rifle, giving a cry that caused" the white I I
a whirl, i .. were Inh'rl""h..t" Sbe wastrv : (loud sailing in the beiveus above to II llamrnond&GoreFCNER

it.\ ri-ty 11I..1,1. and in her i I'i' treintik' I

(uaint I : .- i Ile rtn-tnme *she looked "1 wonder she' hadn't !shot the brute." ,. .1L DIRECTORS AND EMIIALMERSReal :
'*y !>r'" If dressel as ail Atneri- "Then the white man and the Indian
nn I hart} l \. .mid h:1un reason atone wont In the direction from whence the i - --- _
ti i,a. ii-hi.tiH-il: of her I sound (":tin" ,' and,) OnT ">n a high rock
I n .' I T.Isi p iiroiKtstl. and as the form of .\It:1"1"1t. !She was on the Values Low IricesCOlIPAItE
<)Un" I I iltmp !'Ill sent tier bonieini wise of n deep gulf beneath her flwor-
( ,,. t t.n. the wrvldiutt.l My aunt In:: here and there as the branch 1'
M on' t I', .t HH| .. had PIII from the moved bv the wlnl Then slowly her''
tit in: I 'i I liiiilili-r bud jriTHi me h,'nit 1 l'o\red over the chaste. and r. '
.f In 'I i .1 l j>lif Intil ibiiMiiHst-tl her' the Hr.l fords Its wlnss nml drops* her !i b OUR FURNITURE
't 1 :., . I .lil il'*tifii 1..ltlllrlll form itp<tidi'tl 'fo l1PAth.1111 .**
<' I'I. i, In.i 1'1,. itIttl! tin It ltl.l" "'\' Wdtil.ln rutili' toe d'>h'S thttflip : The "HOOSIER" Beauty We iroti-Je( the of
quality furniture thai
has long teen
.. ,. far :! atrepted
*'lr 'rl"i it, 'bllfM trhr'tl,, I 111111.1".111(10:1 niflii that rte
by knowing furhilute ,
i I" 'Hi- '"F'HM'' hid;1 l't""etlI.t tittl. \\"lilt 'IM; HIP smelt ilij, limeti" j j buyers as the standard of hient Ifeh
n1lne 'thllp; Let us show today article' is here it is good It Wuutdh't be beta wttc it othefWi
1't-tllttl"I".t' lIfftlh1''Vt '' 1t1'1t"f'hl j Irtlck! 10 thHlf you why you
,: H, j,..N1ut, .10'11I101'1'' ..11,1( lIill l lIli Irillln' 11141t'' IIlIhlftl Iltei IllItllth "wet htI'lt We Wh'l Itiftke f this f
( :;, II"' "? heY III iI+'-I'S lilt, ( Iti,ti h .>,, Hfi'l tm* tIl1fllt i HiiHl, should have this Cabinet s bt this\ l'II"lft) !j t: fefij that ffiWfi+ Inyfh\ tu any tin-ar.

I', :,W: arch llB' ant. t fur HttUti lw w....i lltttltfrl!! l I. "ft>ee" flint\ 1
II"," 'I'IIIII".llil'II", -- -- -- - --'- -- -
miHillt' rlif"IIII 'ttlttrnnt. 1'1 -- -- =
1I.ri.11 Ill, IIHII.tllt1t! 14,1t ti Elndf,,,, "191 l hot !hl l 'man\ Tpapptr wan pay"
I l'Ulhh! feTWU ""i. 'IUUj. Wlit ntf lninny| to Mime woman (11I It t tit* OSCAR HAND & SON j ItlcNEILL & DAVIS DLOCK(
: tlol Ht Ma, (fd Pottvr e tllthkIl |HI| was Jnat f mean 'l1on@1fQ I

e0155- foul 161i 1 leant 'I..114ft 1111:; ," I Corner Orange A> . and Church Strfff, Or nclo, k'larida

,.1 Sole Agents for Orange County .

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UI' \ 6ueta irgUtrrlnt I \ nt the Sun Juan YES:!' Tlir.KK w.\
Pprerhea)
Till': KI.IHTIONS: : .NKXTTUESDAY : hIlt fAce far a third term. \
for Saturday : :' The Democratic platform t'unlratu. Manhattan borough elects a hoj.lfif hotel yesterday Included C M f IVker A )'OlJf&r11\ } In tht ffJlm,

+ + + + + + + + +' + + + + + + otfcheritT. Samuel IVmoreat. I.. llllk >\vi.'n, tender. (uisslon: and taol tl.J: r
lucrative
and Monday + + I latei the country upon the nthnlnl"- the extremely" post J, Donovan, A. I., Herkman, R I.. flowers( ,

+ PWMIP\I. POINTS/ OF IN- + tratlan! of Pre.|dent Wllaon, and, like 1'rftn1K., lowers, at presentan Sledge, C, K Annu, ti, liIlterrOcw: I tow! hind of you," cll 1
I III
+ '
+ 'IF.IU'.sr: : 1t'ft1NTRI'I ' ..h rltf, ti i opposed by Alfred J, Driscoll, Hugh WillUma.H ,
an"prel'ar"Jnt'l under York W. these
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+ \NIIM: iii.mioss: : : + the J Republican: favors neutrality II ; "to bring me lovely

___$1.00 + --- + i. [II. Smith, a brilliant young product of : Richardson: : A. G. Brown, Jacksonville They are so beaUtifUl ar.j f
16 Ib* granulated! Sugar for sack$1.00 WOMAN Sll..ILahlin. :\ + \ In Kentucky prohibition has: tendedt the New York East Side, \\ho has ; Thos, H.: (tart, Chicago; K. I think there is some dew OJ
l'l1ttnt'Iour.. 2t Ib. York and Pennslvania + '
ihuielt.New
Jlest + I't'nningtonIemphii: : ; W. S. Till "
6 boxes of Sardines for __________:I>c + ( New Jersey beat + osplit the Democratic ranks The I I shown great qualities of leadership in O. L. ).I't.
+ Democratic candidate for is i Mrs. G. B. Reynolds, Tampa; i "Yes," said the young man (i
+ Milfratre Oct. 191.1'ROIIIiUTIONSouth) j governor I
kind Washing I Mr. Smith is
6 packages any Carolina + the state assembly. a Post, Philadelphia; L. R. Tutten, Val- embarrassment, "there ts Cm
Powder for __________________25c + + A. O. Stanley, the congressman who Tammany man. Kansas I I 0
+ and Ohio. the dosta; G F. Palmer, City to pay it otr tnriui., ,t tw J
10 Ibs. Meal or Grits or S. Feed __25c + GO'EHOnSIassachusetts: + I became well known throughout In California the state will have up Mo.; Gordon Williams, J. F. Brail, phia Public Ledger.Pine .
he headed the Steel
+ when i
Black eye Peas Navy and Lima + :Maryland and Kentucky. + I country for adoption a new direct primarylaw. Atlanta Harry Loeb, N. Y.; C. I).
____ ____________ScC + NEW YORK-23rd congressional Trust estimation. His Republican ;
lb. A bitter municipal campaignhas
Eeans,
per + district, a contest is being + is E. P. :Morrow. Kellar, Savannah; :Mr.: and Mrs II. E.
bars Octagon or 7 bars Lenox + fought on national issues. + 'opponent been waged,in Buffalo, X. Y., the Shearer, Harrisburg, Pa. Cast'lei

Soap for ____________________23c + NEW YORK votes on new con- + | Maryland: a Democratic strong- unfortunate religious issue beingbrought ;

3 cans small sifted Peas for _____25c + stitution. + i hold, E. G. Harrington is the pick of I to the fore as last year. Bradford
to The CountyTtlegraph
.
+ C.I.IFOIXJ.considers: a direct + the predominant party, while 0. E. According i Nurseries
3 cans any kind Soup for ________23c: + law. + Aesop's fable about the
__________$1.00 primary + Weller is the Gv, O. P. choice. delegates :
C Ibs. Pure Coffee for + II Orlando has been entertaining snake and its benefactor has recent- i
Irish Potatoes, per peck ________S5c: ;:) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Prohibition is the leading issue in to the Wesley Bible class federation ly been re-enacted in real life in that I Pine Castle, Fla.
____15c I Ohio and South Carolina, while several -
dozen found
and
Imported Lemons, per I will the meeting recently county. It Fays: "('has Niles, who t _
other states vote on
Washington, Oct. 30.-The elections'j the occasion most pleasant and inter-
i lives six miles west! of Starke was
Measures .
Weights and in the 1916 elections.The
Honest
of next Tuesday would be of minor j I liquor question esting. Fully two hundred representatives robbed Sunday morning of flOO in I Has first class oranpi- ante
defeat of suffrage by adie
importance if thi were not the year I woman has front various Methodist churches currency. About a year ago Fred Peters jtrapo fruit trees, ready to ptallt l
i isive in New Jersey
preceding the presidential' contest. majority in the state were in attendance stopped at Mr. Nile place und \Vo offer only first class t ti r' ,

Cash Grocery Co.Telephone A!* it i 1s! the national political leadershere not cast down New the women York and leaders Massachusetts of upon the meeting anti pplcntlkl classes asked for employment and a home.He budded from prolific l>r.r "i.

G18 7 E. Church St. are \\atching carefully several Pennsylvania who: have fought nil: the- for Florida Wet demonstrated I'lstlngufoheil was in rags and barefooted, but tm of known! (lua1it -. \\ .

I states to f,eohich way the straws the back of October I 1 turn in the M.I I K.: church Mr. Niles:-': took him in. He remained nl.o have the getuiinpit ,m
set
wilt blowfor national issue hate: battler since South were present" niul the Florida there until MuntUy rmirntnir. when I.watermelon slid No tmlonuhlppcil

1 been Injected into many local run 10th. the have organization wn perfects' ,l l I.y the bath He sad Mr. NlW money UIII&\t., I from \vlu'tv \\p i I ,."

Dressmaking Parlor tCKtM.. In I'ctiniolvanla, women plwtloh' of ITIcem nml ('fanningvoik Iwared. our need. Mrlnnn,'lgh,' l I n,to "'

In the twenty=tlilrd :-':l'W"tllk enntT > the governor on their!! side, and' many [ In the Mnte. The' fett U !'n ---- --- -- -- -- :JO! to .I!Ii?> pound<<, t'ai.t: !. .-sit
leader have
"*,,,|rirmt district' for Instance, ImUilrj 1 other Kejiubtit'Mtt: sjxikpnin The want ad's the Hung, 1'I't",
TimRend
oiHHl 1 ronrfltutiontil -
favor of the |tro|
il'llciui. iirul the Iicmucrntlv mi* I _
In 1 Massachusetts\ ,
Amendment. '' :
Miss\ ;Marcarvt It. Hamilton diddle a"\'e lioUlly. and. openly made non
made
ttU't'rnor"I.h hall
fht\ rriuntrywl Uaua. This too manyprerien for the
for located at 107 :S. Or- of the In favor of Mutfrage. The deluereil. 1
provnt
western week
tlUtrkt comprise: jarts n<"\,.. JOc, a
Ilronx u"d northern Manhattan.The failure to incorporate! a autfrutre pUnk a"W8U

nnge A>e. election was made necessary by I in the Rt'puhliftin state platform teas

the death of Congressman Joseph A. a great disappointment! to the women. I

Goulden. In New York, the saloon interests ConvincedI"

The public and all former The Republican: candidate, former I are backing antusuifrage propaganda I

William S. Bennett, has but none of the regular political "Yes," said the specialist, ahe I lie WoncLer Car"r
t1L
Congressman I
patrons invited to call. 'imported several Republican United parties have taken a public stand stood by "the sick contractor, "I can I
the It cure you.
States senators to speak for him and either for or against cause. "What will it cost" asked the sick

has attacked the Wilson administration I is said that President Wilson's espousal man faintly. I
of made great impression dollars."
Auto LiveryPhone on the tariff, finauces and the suffrage a "Ninety-five shade
throughout the state. "You'iII have to your price
Mexican policy. The tariff has been a little." replied the contractor. "1
632J. the principal point of attack. New York is also wrought up over got a better bid 1 from the undertake" ,

Fla. Besides the Republicans, Mr.:: Bennett I the new state constitution and the The specialist stood pat on his price
E. CARTER, Orlando, have been filled for and his competitor got the job. i
has the endorsement of the Independence I newspapers We are specialists! in our line of'
Service for League and the Progressives. months with long arguments:; over the conditions .
Two Cars in Day or work and sanitary prevail.It
His opponent, Ellsworth J. proposed change in the organic law. will pay you to stay on the safe

Night Calls Healy, is making his fight squarelyon : There is opposition to the constitution hide. s

the Wilson administration. Sev- I from both party ranks and the _3 t I i ii
union labor chiefs have declared ) Orlando i -
- --
- eral German-American societies haveadopted ,
I resolutions opposing Mr. i against it, because, as they believe I

A. B. Cook & Co.I his Healy's election candidacy would on l>e the an endorsementof ground that I the civil to the administration military, and is the subordinated court- I I Steam LaundryFRENCH j The Powerful Motor of the Maxwell

of civilian are endangered.This This is of the most marvelous pieces of j ;
Christ Building, Orlando. the president. The district is normally rights a DRY CLEANERS one
Democratic. view is hotly disputed: the other LAUNDERERS machinery ever invenled. Very powerful with i

National issues also figure in the side pointing out that in this respect PHONE 88 four cylinders cast en bloc it has made the i

Building Materials and Income I three gubernatorial contests in :Mas I t.he" provisions of the new constitutionwill Maxwell famous as "The Car that Laughs i :

ga'huseUs1:1t'lan.1: and Kentucky.In I be identcal with those! of the old. at HilU." i
I
Investments 1 the Hay State Republican. state I In New York city District Attorney O Best of all this motor is breaking all low

LOANS 1 convention, which nominated former Charles A. Perkins, who succeedcc' cost records for: j

Congressman Samuel W. McCall: a Charles Whitman when the latter H R. BERRY

platform was adopted declaring for became governor, is fightnig to be I 1st-Miles per gallon of gasoline. :. I
his office. Th I I 2nd-Miles quart of lubricating oil.
increased national defense, continued elected to present per
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I neutrality toward all warring nations Democrats picked to, run against him i I I 3rd-Lowest year-in-and-year-out repair bills. \

Co I and l a revised protective tarilf. Attempts Judge EdwardSwann, of the court of We are waiting to take you for a

Standard Supply to put through resolutions general sessions, known as a Tam A complete line of Ford Acces- test ride in the car that has broken

I condemning the issuance of a foreign many man, and Frank Moss, a formci all low "First-Cost" records, and is t

I loan for belligerents and favoring national -: assistant district attorney, is making sories; a staff of expert mechanics breaking all low "After-Cost" records .

LUMBER: failed. a strong campaign on the Progressive
BUICK prohibition I to render satisfaction in all

STONE SASHLIME The platform also favors a national ticket. "OncMariAlofwirlopDemountablefy'mr EledricSfarterHectricLiqhts j
DOORS corporation law, national regulationof I Friends of Moss endeavored to dissuade lines of Automobile Repair

CEMENT BLINDS the hours of labor for women and him from continuing his fight Oils and I I
Vulcanizing
PLASTER TAINTSHAIR children and a national divorce law. ; by the argument that he was dividingthe Work. ,

OILS The Progressives are back in the : strength against Tammany anti Gasoline, and fair and square Vision Windshield it sfOI ifron Fi

LATH HARDWARE Republican fold Massachusetts:: and delivering the election into the handsof

SHINGLES ROOFING II for this reason Governor David I. Judge Swann, but Mr.: Moss per- prices. 6 r-o 0 DETROIT

Walsh will have good opposition in sisted, assailing both his opponents in i

Estimates furnished on complete! I I

house bills
I FORAGE GROCERY CO. Nine YearsWe Y h sLev
Everything to build a house. I For

Prompt DeliveryA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL


B. Cook & Co. Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. have been in business at the

same location, Corner of South e


---- -- --- Saturday and All Next WeekSugar lain and Church Streets. duatilavc'ell
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I Phone 226

TWO :FOR OXE-HOUSE SALE 2-:> pounds . . . . . . .SI.50 Alaga Syrup. lOc. size, doz $1 11. Del =, :E : ll ..1YTHE

I Snow Hobby Flour 21s . . . $1.00 3"'e. . . . . . . . . . . .$3.60 c

The two houses I have for sale at Obelisk: Flour 2Is . ..' . . . .$I.ro Karo Syrup lOc. sin, dozen $1 Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
the price of one are located on lot 78 !
foot front facing east, ". -J'h; r ''":,*" Town Talk Flour. 2Is: . . . . .93ci'is'.n case. .. . . . . . . . . . .$i.g3

of 1$;; feet, number -lot! Mi.i-no.ij; or Self Rising: Flour 12s 43c: Tomatoes, 1 lie can doz Sac, case$2.10() and Garage
avenue between Livingston .;.d Axiiulio. I. Plain or Self Uisins Flour, 2ls Sac I
home Pork and Beans 1 Ib. can, doz. :
section of splendid :
The oaks arching the I Irish Pototoes, peck . . . . . . 30r I I II _ - - - - - - . . - . . . . .. . .
with grand old 90c, ease .s..4White '
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Sweet Potatoes, peck . 30c I
streets Lye HomIny 3 Ib cans!', doz. SI,
I II
The modern 2 story house has on House Coffee, 1 Ib. can. . 33c
living room, dining I I case. . . . . . . . . .S1.90{! ; I
first floor: parlor tae
19
Tips, flreen oz.: can
room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory Asparagus Potted :Meat, d. .0:&.. 50c. case $1.S1; I ET..11: :
the front 1 pound can. . . . . . . . .1S. j PERFECT
large living porch on I Yinenna Sausage, doz $1.00.e3se.l.SU
and side: latticed rear porch. I 30 oz. can . . . . . . . . 3Cc:
Chille Con Came, doz S .O case $1.50
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the
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On second floor are largesleeping Asparagus Tips.. Libbys, 1 Ib can tae I
doz. . ..SS'.I. .
L ioSoar 45c
each having ), case
enam- I - -
rooms Best Creamery Butter per Ib . . .;);). I *
eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold I 1 Octagon Soap. doz. 30c, case . ,S3.85: : I
,
water. There is also an extra large : liosedale Peaches, 3 lb. can . . lt .. American Water Closets have been installed by us
Sweetheart doz. .SS. :.l
Soap 50.
riorch, with room 3 Ib. .!:> i case \! c: at that time we i
screened-in sleepine I Elberta Table Peaches can i , in this town four :years ago, guaranty
'
Fete 10 cakes for
enough for the whole family. The I Tall Salmons 3 cans for. . .:2.;:c I Naptha Soap, I i V' < teed them for five years against any defects or mechanism -
bath room is large, light, and airy, I 43*.. case . . . , . . - . _$1.13I; i I : f
Tall Pink almons, 2 cans for . .2.xrKed i getting out of order. We could as well havet
nice enameled fixtures, all modern and I i Ivory Soap 10 cakes for Oat; ., i! i':
best can ..Oe for 23 there has never been t
sanitary.The Salmons very per --case . . . . . . . . . .$-110 I I II guaranteed them years as
house is newly painted and pa- June Peas, Welcome Dainty can .l.ie'f: : : :'o a call for any repairs since their installation and there
Washing Powders! 2-5:; pkg forSl.OO i
it '
throughout, shades are hung,
pered lest' Corn St.:::; Elmo Brand, can iCe I IAll a,_ will be The Closet is simply perfect. The
I I Ii never any.
!i fixtures r,
is wired for electric lights I Campbells Soups asstd doz.: $ ()) :
. . . . . .4.1cAlaj3 : : but air which answers as an
installed, also connected with gas. In :ilaple: Syrup, quarts case . . . . . . . . . . . $3.70 '" ..r4' tank contains nothing ,
fact, you will find every convenience Syrup, gallons . . . . .60cYepetaUe ; air*cushion, thus making the Closet noiseless, and at
i Sardines, Am., doz. ";) .$.X25: :
necessary Jor home comfort. If you ) Soup, per can . . . 3e: : :::; coo case -f1; Iki the time preventing any water hammer in pipes
i iI' '" same
do not care to use!' the entire hou.. I Salmon tall doz.: $i.o;: case .$4.00 i : _.-
i Walter Ilaker's Cocoa, half Ih. can 22: ; + :. : which is very" annoying all through the house.; Where
the location, so near the "Wyoming. Catsup email doz. 90c case. .S3AO'I i .
Chocolate, half I i measured through meter it will save
insures rentals of spare rooms at Walter linker's water is being! a
,
Marine: Tobacco doz.50c :
extra good prices. Always in de- I' pound cake . . . . . . . .!: Oftl"I I II .o "...,. the price of itself in a short time as it is impossible for
mand if to rent the en- .10fI I 4 dozen . . . . . . . . . .$1.90 t o ;.. '.. <
; or you care lb. . it. Water
when
the Dry Peaches or Prunes, per I III i it to leak or run water only you operate
tire house and occupy during Sensation Tobacco, doz.: SOc -I _
. . . . .10. of to the
tourist season the 3 room cottage on I Currants per package doz. . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.90 ... 'J;;:, closets have been a great source annoyance
the premises in the rear, you would Raisins per package . . . . . lOc '' Plumbing trade, even more so than to the public, and
derive a rental by which the property II Pancake Buckwheat Hull Durham Tobacco, doz..50.: I 'i' .. satisfied that great of friends will
Heckers or . I feel a many my
. . . . . . ,
itself Dukes :Mixture, doz ;0c < ,
could be made to pay out. -::: ;o I'
. . . lOc o that point but the American has
Flour, per package with me on ,
There is a garage, barn, and chicken Prince Albert, Tobacco, doz. $1 ::, agree
for. . . .::: c Come and see it at our show
house, etc. Fruits of variou Rolled Oat 3 packages clved the problem.
2 dozen . . . . . . . . .$1.90 II ;
kinds, everything i i fight up to i.ow and I Rolled Oats in bulk per pound . .5c i __ rooms and get our prices and guarantee.
just a little above the ordinary in Pet Cream baby, doz. 45ccase $2,:>.') Thistle! Butter Cup and 1:. R. - ,
many ways. t I $3,60ml: : Snuff, doz. :;(\coo half gr $2.90 |
doz. 9; '
It does not require much ready Pet Cream tall. c case '!
money; a small cash payment from Tomatoes N'o. 2, doz. 93c., case $I S0 Tooth Pick Tobacco.per lb. :30c

responsible. parties \vill secure the Early June Pea, doz.$1.10. case S1.95; caddy . . . . . . . .- . . S2.8S i'! li F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUBMING CO. ii

property.The price is 6300. A bargain at Corn, Good gra; doz.. $1.03, case $1.90 : Picnic Twist Tobacco, per lb.,3oc: j
that Early June Peas best best, doz. ''Schnapps Tobacco, per lb. 43c.;) I I CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS.

figure.F.. C "-OU G, doz.. $1.3.1. ca!'e. . . . . . . .$2J50: caddy . . . . . . . . . . $3.60 I'
REAL ESTATE, Table Peaches Elberta, doz. $1.10! Bron'sIule: Tobacco, per lb. ItlllllllMIIMIMMIMII I til IIIIH II .11t 11111111 -MSpecials -
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Room 10. McXeill & Davis 10-24-tfc Clock.: .case . . . . . . . . . . .$2.03 I Sic: caddy . . . . . . . .$3.251hul'ik; 11111111






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I Phone 617
. r No. 4 West Pine Sreet \
ORL.A.1 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Phone 161
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worth Building.
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Cement Agatite Plan
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DAVIS" & GILATTORNEYSATLA

Victor Starbuck
k FARMLANDSDROVESfinSESLOTS. \

/ ATTORN EY.AT-LAW Phone 72

Phone 161No. Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

& :McNeill Block
I SENTINEL 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla


F. A. PEPPERCORNt

WANTS
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone

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A Bath In A Tea Kettle R. RAY WHITE 37

The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory i. the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
ng way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time I Room 44

Term. Cash in Advance.RATES : & SALLAS
';mper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water.et Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
208 Boone Street
"* lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the For One Day ____________._23t "

For Three Days ____________50c Phone 597.
-ny of. a Gas Water Heater. For Six Days _w___________:_75c:
I For One Month ____________$2.59\)
This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater 25 tains words snore or than leas.25 If words the the ad con-pate DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST r

will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Means Comfort Economy Conveniencet's each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If ARCHITECT
you can't: bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is counts opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-

payable the following day. Bldg Florida.Member

Every Home-Every Bueiness F. A. A.
'ie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man has use for a
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Sentinel Want Ad.

t over with you.IRLANDO. I SURVEYING Dr. F. F. Thompson


TO RENT-New house, just completed Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
containing two and three room
CO I suites, furnished and attract-
WATER & LIGHT ; sunny of New York
ive, with large piazzas. Also a suite PROMPT AND ACCURATE
of four or five sunny rooms, furnished WORK
or unfurnished; bath and electrics. 115 SOUTH ORANGE
GAS DEPARTMENTiillilMllillllMllilimniMMIMIMMMIIIinillMlillillil Inquire at :200 West Concord avenue. HAL A. IRISHCivil
10-30-12t.< Over Curtis & O'Neal'sOR.

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FOR RENT-Room, 14x28, suitable Engineer
for carpenter, plumbing or pain
shop. Co-operative Produce Co., No. 47 Watkins Bid*., Orlando Fla.
10 East: Church lit red, Phone 417.
e.
10-2'J-3tc:
Phone 72
MODEL; KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom
First Methodist church; telephone .
221, or cull 14 East Jackson
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
street. 10-20-tfc U H. RAMSDELL

OPTOMETRIST
FOR SALE and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, . FLORIDA

IOC: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSK
FOR SALE:-A good mule between 8
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
and 9 old. For particulars,
. . . . years
address J. P. R., R. 1U.. No. I, Box ORLANDO, FLA. Or'J7GU' aEP AmmO
28-B; or inquire at Sentinel.
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10-27-6t -
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
FOR SALE-Three good lots on buy, sell, rent, and exchange real 18-21-tf
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Will sell separate if desired. A bargain 30 Have handled RIDE in IIamrick's Jitney Bus one
over years. over

; )UT"[" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ needs Sentinel.if the taken money.at once Address, as the 10-30-lm C..owner care $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. FOR hour,SALE-Buick 12 miles for SOc.roadster 8-28-tfc; de


I FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good TRACY & SO\IERVILLE-Carpen- mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
OCOEE FLORIDAAll I condition. Write Box 567. I ters and cabinet makers. Screen completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
9-23-tfc doors and windows, frames, sleeping Garage, 32 East Church street.
porches, counters, shelving, showcases I. 10-20-tfc
refrigerators, alterations and
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, additions. We keep a number of Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
furnished and unfurnished. Also skilled workmen constantly on hand. t tiJ-18-tf
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo

the leading varieties'of: Orange and Grapefruit rent.have Mrs.to II.offer B. Leake before, 45 you East buy Pin or: FOR Parker EXCHANGE-$50 double barrelled hammerless shotgunfor
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and Address
Trees in fine condition the lowest 108dw.lmo repaired at Orlando Bicycle and well" trained bird dog.
y, at very Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc "Gun, care Sentinel. 1020tfA

FOR SALE-English Pea Trees. The
prices :: :: :: :: peas they bear are very much like Delivered every day-Elder Spring J GOOD INVESTMENTIs
garden peas and they grow very rapidly Water See or phone Geo. T. Hull & I -
and are very prolific. Tree Company, Rock Ijuiiding. Phone 105. one that will yield a guaranteed
from 5 to 8 feet high 40 cents each or 10-lG-tfc. I!I income for ten years. We handle income -
.' :3 for $1. Apply to T. II. Fuller 307 investments yielding 8 per cent
i East Pine street. 10-23-Ct 'I Drink Eldar Spring Water. See or net regularly. Real Estate Bonds,
-----, -'- --- phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock :Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
1 FOR SALE-General merchandise building.; Phone 105. 10-lG.tfc: money should yield 8 per centin
store, in country, dose to Orlando; Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan-
good proposition; will exchange for I Fish' nnd oysters received daily. do. 10-15-lmc
Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest part cash and real estate. Address X, II, M. Self & Co. 1-10-C-t/c Stand
care Sentinel. 10-30-Jt: Get your next shave at
prices, to the above addressIIMMMMilMIMMIMMMMMtfMtMMMMMMMfMC CONSCIENTIOUS CAlm given a ard. 18-21-tf
Hill SALK:-A IOSI'IAlan: : limited number of persona. Pleasant
I Furnished 14 room douse, on tlrick rooms in new home. All modern LOST
street, arranged for light houj-tkccj conteniencva. Also furnished rooms
ina:. Splendid location; large lot for housekeeping Mrs Gertrude I.OST-On Monday, October 25, between -
Term Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave. Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east Robinson: Springs and Orlando I
+MMMMMMMMMtMMMt lM9-3mo. of Lake Eo'.a.: 10-8.1moc via east road between Maitlandand
I I Winter Park, one Fisk red top
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract UlJlLUII.Ttm.LS: : AND 31x4 automobile tire mounted on rim.
1 FOR RENT one quarter mile from city limits; ESTIMATES: : A communication from the finder will
1I
I be greatly appreciated by I). A. Che- !
fine for citrus subdivision
I or
very pur- We are prepared to furnish estimates -
Orlando Florida 10-29-tf
ney, -
See Carl Dann.
FOR RENT-A good ten room Cur poses. $100 per acre. on lumber and building mate-
nised house with modern conveniences I 6-9-tf rial of all kinds. Give our service a SKATING: RINK
and well ventilated; just the I trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. "The Franks," introducing their latest -
FOR SALE OR EXCIIANGETenacres
i i thing for a hoarding house; located in 10-19-201. European dances. Miss Lillian
I of first class truck
celery or
i a prosperous, growing town. Applyto Sanford. Several; Frank will skate on stilts two heels,
W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, land near acres .1--- unicycle skates, Russian dances, and
t'la'i cleared and ready for a Good BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES I
crop.
y-o-tfc.:;
RENT
FOR t the double fire act. Nov. 1st to 6th.
fence around the Will sell I ,
} property. The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man Admission lOco 10-31-tfc '
i FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms I at a bargain or exchange for good I. will bring in a car of fine palms the
for Orlando city property or small grove coming week. wishing hisservices
light housekeening, with all Any one
r I modern conveniences. Call; 312 East W. S. Branch. 10-30-6t: and experience will please j PAPER HANGING \ \
South street. 10- 6-6t. drop him a card at once, and he will For $1 I will paper any ordinary "
Store 1 WANTED call to see you and make you bard size room. Over 500 selections to 'r'
Fine Corner from FOR RENT-House on Lake Ivanhoe, I time prices. For reference see the I I choose from. I do painting also at
( one mile from city limits; and a WANTED solicitor for sanitary i palms at 411 North Orange avenue, reduced prices. I'hone 261, or drop t
1st. furnished room. Apply 411 West for set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney, :i me a postal and I will do the rest.
November street. household device; good money 1 G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
10-26-6tc Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
hustler; can go any place in state. I M0-31-lmo
State Agent, P. O. Box 277, Orlando .I
FOR RENT-Are you looking for a Fla. 10-30-3t BULBS FOR FALLPLA "TINGWe.are I
little home, completely furnished, headquarters for all kinds of f
easy to care for, reasonable price, all kinds of !
WANTED-To list prop- bulbs aril seeds. Call in and see
with or without garage, choice resi- erty for sale or rent. I am having them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co., : CLINT! BASS
dential location? See suite, Magnolia manp applications for houses, furnished 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
C. A. HOVEY I and Concord. 10- 6-6t. I and unfurnished I will be 10-10-tfc PHONE 375
glad to list what you have. :\lrs.1 I
FOR RENT-By the season, month, I H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine Umbrellas *cevered and repaired West Jefferson Street
or year, one upstairs flat for light Phone 179. 108dwlmo'WANTEDClean : 1
housekeeping; also other rooms, and "while you wait." Young's Repair I Successor to
garage, electric lights and bath in at Sentinel Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. office. rags 1013tfMISCELLANEOUS \ Hand Wood Company
9-10-tfc Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 6c.

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, 18-18-tf 9 Wood of All Kinds
in new, modern home; one-half WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex-
block from Anderson street, near St. I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting change or rent your city and county I PROMPT SRRti1CRRRASONABLR
'I Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for citrus trees. All trees I set guaranteed property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
Try a Sentinel Want Ad! the .season. 406 Margaret street. Write for prices. Box 222, Hull Co.. Rock Building Room 3. PRICE
10-29-tf Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc Phone 105. 10-5-lmc J

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If / 10 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. }!TU( 4UT.uM N Of LIE"( .; /


Attorney Edward;:: Spencer*of Lake* I I J ... '

I ,r4t land was In the city yesterday ,*** /r ,., .
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tending, business matters. < '

Judge J. T Robertson, on,rof; Or. :, By saving a*' definite
ange county's pioneer citUenfr; was in ., '
Orlando yesterday from,his home, ." : amount each week, We

the Knlrvllla section/k- 't. I !/" '' / have..several plans. Let '

1400 hew fall hill, flflfi, at T. O, ,
( I Ili-OWn's .al.i j f 1.10.111.: tiSSCxplain them

Mrllultl lfII.j II. Ut'"i1 left last If. . ,
evenieir .t .1 m ij"'ur Tump'A 1.,1 d 4 ,

.. wha) f.wIH'FpFnd Sunday. with
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rtH't r and friend
tr -to --j ..
.... .. . t "flu KfhoU': -elaia for"jifr"pupil\ '0. ; Tljfe Peoples National; Bank '
f .4. ..I ,4. sb now opn, Those beginnm' '? in china :
now will get redoes rates, for, firing
.J.. .... in Nevemoerr- -' |'lQ31'Ue: ( : ( "It Is A Pleasure. To Servc You"

... Mayor A. E, Poke, chief executiveof : I S- $ d!.J...".
r.. ,. .. the prosperous town of Taft, spentyesterdayjn '_Iit.''''i.'qI'. '1' '. ( 4 t
Orlando transacting bus. '

inesa and greeting. friend, t i' ,I '0 r
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How much did save last month } .r.
you
(tn cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf. .. 'J. Jf" ..... .. ,<. .

0 1NAYNES A Y ( S SI : After"a of two months 'InNewYork'city ... i-., \ V. ., 119' -

and other places iq the .,,-
Empire State, Mr, and .Mrs. Chauncey i .
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r- I Holt noon.. arrived *home< yesterday after- 041_111..I..I..I..I.. . . . ..I.I..I.I.I.11II., . . . . . . . . . . .. .
r ri JPMOBILE9LBROOK ( %. / t

$3.00 new fall-hats, $2.20, at T. O.Brown's ..-" 11..11- .11 " "II.Y II II II " II II 1 . . If II' U 11.1. II It. r '.1' i II 11111 P
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,sale. 1-10-31-21: 4
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J. P. DEALER Mr.\ and Mrs.\ LeRoy Thompsonhave .. The Gasoline Problem Solved

returned from Glens Falls N .
Y., to occupy theiriwlnterhome, "The r. .'. &XH.. .
Overlook in Concord Park, for thecoming '
n .... ...,. ... -. t, .- season. tI 1" ' .A.., '

-. Fueliif' I nk t .f .
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Deposit yeur A.ngs Checl. nd '\ ..
let them, earn 4'pet cent. inter lot '<> 0 "
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.... The many 'trlet d.t- M 8. W. $ Guaranteed t at l least 20 per_ c entflag.mfleAg! l l er mutU Y l baek A highly concentrated ; '

thumper n. who has i been fltte ill at cdtnbinntlon pI volatIk l power olb which, urltt@8! gasellne and prevents '.formation of
1 s tt@f heme'eh M flf'tellY'tit, will "be i .
carbon.'r '
pleated! (! to It'tlfttbftt (she! is veryueh. _.

Iffil'ftiY' "' -===z, f.,}' .. .; ,prep) en@ t tnblpt In your tank t@rt rtt'h-five gallons Oltf ttsoline! aeh4@xploeioij re%

lfiJl1) eel hoe, } T. O. ( tieea ft fllm=ike pprft of' oil=Ilk &n Atom 11@l'==throug u\;. cylinder walla Aftd VAlv,
.. 'J1t", I Dfewn'a) '!ale. 1;iOHlitt/ % 4f1 r '
t \ preventing carbon oxide, '
hambl3r It
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amensr re= >>
,5@, a tablet or SO: tablet 75l'i 1
F@nt srrfvftli in QriMdn to epn4 the ,
t want@r! ,/ lihll ,U fern' C'HH"1.' Conn,, . if' (
Thief! ;m4 I- iJea8lntly Iacete4 with Mr" ,,end ,
Stop Mr, J, A IleneWey. en \Vest Cktirch: ,.

attest, ; San Juan Garage Company
Make, urd
your car thief proof have How much did you save last Jnonth
in cash or Savings Checks "4*>tf
the "necessary .
article Price $3.50 ins ; ,
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,stalled on your car i I Miss Willie' &u h ate arrived' In Orlando-Day tonallllilittltimilHIMIHUl.
\ ..r Qrlando yesterday afternoon over'the y. .. "
Atlantic Coast Line from Tort> Thomas :
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Ky.: to' spend the' winter, and is ... .
F.G..RUSH 4 the guest of her sister, Mrs. N., P. It; .11..II.lil ... . . . . .. .... . ...... . .. ., '.

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Phone 226. I ,II till \..'1.1111111' I 1,1 i 1.11111 II . I'i I r.....
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't"f't G Banister .shoes, U,8i5i atT.0 .
Brown's sale. '" i.1.31.2tMr. :

.. r Who Will |Be Your Executor?
S. W.. Shepard, who attendedthe .
Confederate Veterans reunion in r
Ocala, has returned home and is loud

in his'praise of the Brick City's hos ANSWER.NO. 2 r: s. y .Y P

,., pitality. The' old soldiers and Iviaif- Your estate may be.materially impairedus:/: ;
-- -- --- ors were treated royally and the. occasion direct result of the appointment of an .executoror

1..1..11.1.1.1..11..11 .. ..11..1. . . i will always be a memorable trustee. :' "
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one. While there he met old com When.an Individual is appointed:-,
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. rades'who were in the ranks-with him .
: and whom he had;,not. seen sufce! 'the The,financial responsibility is generally weaker } aii

late unpleasantness. It usually provided in wills that the person
:" 1 nominated to serve a.'executor shall be excused
REPAIRING ,: Deposit your Saving Checks and from giving bond :- *" #
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let them earn 4 per cent. interest.for .
: /ou. 8-12-tf When surety bonds are supplied; it is at the expense +:
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.. *. .c. of the estate and then.only jwrtial %ecu- -: {
: Dr.. ReedTarnved .. 11" a
W Orlando
?Broken ring, broken heart; broken watch, broken engagement H.afterhoon in jity'against: loci is provide; '* /f,*.t*' s y v;
: yesterday over the Atlantic selected, I
is
'When a Trust Company ;
; broken_ eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented Coast Line from the? North. lIe will .
: The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility :
several the with
spend days in city
silver; injured; I pride._ All these fractures and dents, pass ,is secured. 41
h : Mrs. Reed who preceded him some ;:\ .
out of existance when they pass through our repairing. : time since, and is the guest,.of Mi.I L A bond which has,behind it the entire financial
#' ", I and Mrs. Geo. A. Hutchinspn, 212 strength of the Institution is always filed with
department-the; injured Articles returning good as new. Jackson street. ::Mrt Reed is"connect- the Probate o Court.....t.,.M Adt to-the estate.'
And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. I ed with the administration Chicago -* Answer Uo. 3 will appear in a.subsequent
r ,. being a member,of :Mayor Thomp- of this newspaper. i. ,
son's cabinet holding the.position of
smoke commissioner: .f: ;;>* k
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Come in any time and freel-ask."for: 'further
Now is the time to take dress making information on this vitally important 'subject.
and do your winter sewing. Miss I You are always welcome. and our mca always -
T.D.EVANS Echols uses best French books and is glad to advise. s __ _._
responsible for style and fit of dresses. .
Studio 505 South. Mam. Phone 659.

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