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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 3, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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MORNING SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1915. NUMBER: 227.





I SUFFRAGE DEFEATED IN THREE STATES ;




OHIO REMAINS WET--G. 0. P'S WIN IN MD. I






EARLY IN NEW RETURNS YORK INDICATE, MASSACHUSETTS THAT SUFFRAGE AND PENNSYLVANIA WILL FAIL- FIFTEEN DROWN IN WRECK ELKS' PROPOSAL K B. COMMERCIAL


-100,000 MAJORITY IN NEW YORK, OFF COOS BAY OREGONBULLETIN

A 2 TO 1 VOTE IN :MASSACHUSETTS ;

AND 70,000 STATE"Tammany" IN KEYSTONE : IS REJECTED BYCOUNTY I i POSITION IS

PORTLAND OREL, NOV. FIFTEEN PERSONS ARE REPORTED
TO BE DROWNED IN THE S.XT.CL.IU WRECK

Has Been Swept Out Of IN COOS BAY. THE I SERIOUS


New York BULLETIN:
County SAN FRANCISCO NOV. 2.-THE STEAMER SANTA CLARA
IS ASHORE OFF COOS BAY, OREGON THE STEAMER IS JAIL LOT AND ELKS I'ROl'- :MILLIONS OF TROOPS INFIELD

New Constitution Defeated in New York County, but Up State SAID BOARD.TO IIA\ABOUT ONE HUNDRED PASSENGERS ON ERTY CAME: UP FOR ; THIRD OF MILLION -

Vote :May Win-Swann Elected District Attorney-Ohio _._-- _._ --- -- -- DISCUSSIONToledo CASUALTIES


Goes Wet as Maryland Usual-Weller for Second, a Republican Time Winsin COUNTY SCHOOL FURIOUS BATTLE $$75,000, COUNTY ROAD BONDS SOlD NO CONSCRIPTION/ PRESENTAsquith



New York Nov. 2.-Early returns indicate the defeat of suffrage Firm Was SuccessfulBidderCounty States Long Looked for
in New York state outside of New York city by at least
100,000, and that the Republicans will control the state assembly, BOARD WAS IN IS RAGING ONI Hoard Facts-England and France

and that Tammany has been swept from New York county, and Will :Meet Again Will Support Serbia-

that the new constitution has been defeated in New York county, I I
TodayThe Austrian Note
but may win yet by the up state vote. The Times announced at
8:03: ; o'clock that Edward Swann has been elected district attorney SESSION I I BORDER
-
Board of
County Commissioners London, Nov. 2.-England is to
and states that the question} of the adoption of a new consti- i met yesterday afternoon with
a have an under-war cabinet
tution has been defeated.'oman'H full board present. The business was of not
more than five less than
PASS RESOLUTION HATIFIN \'- VILLA LAUNCHES FIITII of such n heavy nature that the session nor three
\\ Suffrage Loses! in :Massachusetts-McCall Will He will be resumed
(; FORMER: ACTION IN ATTACK ON ACJUA: << today. men.The
Elected by 13,000: () ) Judge J. :M. Cheney, M. M. Smith commercial position of Great

ISoston, MHMM., Nov. 2.-Woman's suffrage, according to early ('OI.IANIATT.n:: ; .: PRIETAONEUlSOUenESOFWDIINDS; and S. A. Johnson appeared before llritnin is serious. Field Marshal Sir

indications, i is de'Vntril in Massachusetts by a 2 to 1 voto. Samuel: the hoard in reference to the exchange John French now has nearly one mil -.

McCull, Republici.; I ndoubtudly has been elected governor by a THERECESSPERWASEXIENOEDWill S of the Klks: Club property for lion men under his rommnnd on the
plurality of at KMk: j.OOO. the jull lot property. They submitted) west front A total of 00,000'

------ the following proposition! troops of the empire have been) Ifans-
.
list,,;tone St.'h' Down) Huffs % I lie ..he rninmlttr II potted tu nlul' front the Various thruIres
by Majority of 70,00(1( ( ( Thirty Innlrml of Fifteen (il'lll'rnl l 1"UI1"toll" Orders/ Men ? nppolntpd' ) (IrInii.lo -
Plftlailol' W I txidtte No. 1(171() II, I', 0. I II. ( of war The total! Ililtlsh. cn'tutl
", t u., K: v. -Tlio woman's sulFi-ngo ninrndmt'iit 'in Ml mi It-'*' for Month front 'I'renchaM.-.l'nrllon : to
I'ctinsylvii, II to 1.I: 11. i died liv a majority of 70,000 submit, un otter whereby. the cinihly UPS in Friilit-p nlul ill Mfllitlprn, have
Prohibit jii .Li 'is : Ohio Art'onllng\ to KuHy: (Mum Lot I'lirclia.Kotl!' by uf UUUJtlllll, 1'"lIt'lIllh'll: flint. ilt'Pil In the. IIIIIItl (the JAI! hit, onI'fllMi "been' :HUOO,

Cincinnati 0.) Nu"I'ohILltfull t fll'l'III to lmu\ )I't'rl\ ih'lVnl- I bitted 'I't'mlUJrn tll,. lit ett'hAige' ( fur (lip |ill<|'iptl I- (V>li->i' litoii| will hut ht. tP! ittpi.. tu

nl iuTiii'tllti, In liB I Ilhll'WI; Tin t'ilttltt1'111 l br, lute. No "tllh', lilt lilt lodge'. JII..ttI"l l I llf. tilts I'ltllll for the |tlP-eiil hi least 'HiPlP in n
Uckl'tyltt/4 >.It"I At (Iltp meeting" of flip (limit f f 4. 4' is + + + . |hoti'p.|| piety" I (ublliii" ) ( I Ihp fnllmtlHBliffpn I pMoti4! illVloluii In the t'nbtlipt. \..,

-- - -. - -.' .- Nilinlil Hi",Ifll I Veatel.ldVl" fi.lluu i lliif Mil I II' ,\ \tt'UIt'\S': IsIILt,111: + |it IIP itie.ll'ii!" nf ih'i1iliHnii| ,Mini the
I Ml it Kl f" I ;ititllwity( (CiimitiUnlim" 1.'lIn'",+ Hth'lIt |'iPllhtPlldpllt, McKilHHIIlV;,; ; ,;:;eepiiI| ;;|dil '1 IPKttid I I'M' - -, "Tilt* nullity' Of" Ont ntft dpPil tliMJil ." Ml lift I lull/ In the IMIKHU", The while!

IetrotII) I''.-I"!,, N" ',=1':11I1.'dlll'II"': imIU'HU- U\'I'I'wlwlllllllJ tu the. I'lnf" CidpiiMii *'"lli I Ilotiglsa, ,\f\t\ :\'ot. ;2,=llri, + J Jail tot lit thp. Imltrp, fipB of ulll)| |ji'ttblupt MiH'tltmeil (the ,attack on the

II\ rt'lIt for, tI Daunt t1t t I'iillvuty I'ominUtfinn\.. plan for them : miller, Mi, N'11, ISihsttiiU: in..'i1h'l. If tale !harry Jltllf Of C'II l, (-'. Illllt ineundirance, ,and t |pay fo I the lodge time i iliftnlsnplle'J after the French admiralty -
of Ih JlIII"d"'pili Ihll',1 the fulling leouliition i I'nilrtl' ""11I': $5,000, and in exchange the and the Ji4{ *.>Mii coninMiultr leash
'- or tin I 1' .1 ill United Kiillwiiyg;, within tliu t-Hy'n "Tlmt'' Half' infunlry, din! HIdrt +
one\ faro sum1, nl l u (IH'iL''w to by ileUrmlmnl by mibmUslon.. to HIM. 'the former IU'UOI.I'\ the IWrd in I| + > frum a noun4 rt-ffhrd vhrn t lodge to deed t their said property' west approved It
circuit Judge of Wttyne comity hiring Professor Cowman us superintendent i j + A ImlUl Hhilling from the Ilex1 + of the court house free of all lncumbrance I There i Ii a full agreement between

of the grammar grades of 1} + iran bide struck him lit.t l night', tt to the county of Orange. This England(j and! France to stand by Serbia -

It I* IMievvd That Welter Carries! Maryland Orlando! public schools the said} Cole- ,+ + + iii4' i + iii + i otter \is tentative and' subject to ratification !' and maintain her independence.

JJaltlmore, .id., Nov. 2,--=Returns HO far tabulated show ma.n having been duly nominated by or rejection by the lodge." (| These facts were stated by Premier
large the local trustees be ratified and con Douglas Ariz., Nov. :,.After a The proposition was unanimously Abquith today in his long promised
Republican gains and it Is believed that O, E.
Weller a Republican furious the speech which the whole world
firmed. artillery bombardment Villa rejected by Doard. II. II. Dickson was
has carried the
state which is
normally Democratic for the
,
time. second This resolution was carried by a launched his fifth attack on Agua appeared before the Board in opposition ,awaitisg.

vote of 2 to 1, Chairman Jas. A. Knox Prieta the Mexican town across the to the proposition submitted by

Late Returns Say Ohio Remains Wet and Mr. Edwards voting for it, andJ. I' border here, shortly after 5 o'clock the Elks. Details Austrian Note
by 80,000
B. Reddick voting against it. this afternoon. The $75,000 road bonds were sold to New York Nov. 2.-An embargo on
Cincinnati 0., Nov. 2.-Late returns from Ohio indicate that The superintendent protested againstthe Fighting is still continuing furiously. Hoehler, Cummings & Trodden, of the excessive shipments of war munitions -

the state remains wet by a majority of over 80000. action of the board as being un- ; Toledo, Ohio. The company was allowed __unn_ -ta- CflcrcroctoH--00----- Vl_"" _Alietria_______ _in__
lawful, that Prof. Coleman was not I I A hail of shrapnel and bullets whis- $450 for expenses. There were her last note to the United States.
Voting Was Very Light in Mississippi tling across the border forced American six bids opened.
legally qualified to teach in Orange i The note was received at Washington -
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 2.-In the general election of officials held county for lack of the proper certificate citizens to withdraw from a wide October 29 by the Austrian min-

throughout Mississippi today a solid Democratic ticket headed by and that he could not recognizehim section of the southern end of Doug- SENIOR CLASS ST. LUKE'S j liter and stresses the fact that no objection -
Theodore C. Bilbo for governor was elected. The voting las.
was as principal.It is made to the normal ship-
very light. was then resolved that a warrantfor General Funston, in command of The business meeting and social of ment of munitions.The .

Prof. Coleman's salary be issued the American troops along the line, St. Luke's Set.ior class held last nightin ; protest, he says is against; the
Kentucky Democrats and Republicans in Big Rattle from month to month.A ordered his men to withdraw from the Chapter House, was as usual "creation of new and the extension of

Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2.-While early returns showed A. O. recommendation from the local the breastworks which they had constructed well attended and proved a most existing i plants to the extent that the

Stanley Democratic candidate for governor, leading with about trustees that the noon recess of school) to repel any Mexican at- pleasant affair. economic life of the United States

T.,000, Republican headquarters claim the election of Edwin P. be thirty instead of fifteen minuteswas tempt to cross into United States ter- tlishop Mann pate a short' address will practically become militarized*

Morrow, basing' their claim on returns to come from the tenth and granted by the county board for a riory. and commented on the growth of This concentration ot a large part

eleventh districts which are heavily Republican The counties so period of one month as an n erl- the class since his'! last flttemlnnrp.He of the working power of the nation
fur reported show n heavy falling off in the Democratic vote, and ment. .MASMI.NN TO MANfUlttlatito explained' again for the "benefit of he contends! roriptilules!! it hew fart

Hl'l1l1hllrunlemll'rA claim the election uf Morrow b)' at leapt Uti.ow\ )! Upon' the recommendation of the those whrt were hot pl-peptit' nt B fitPI which Invalidate! t>*l."Uhg treaties,
loofll trustees it lot at W"s"hltal e\'etnl) parties nf Ortah'lo \I Illti.I..n, the ttipflhitig tit (lie rtt<> He ehttmdeMise!! It ai "A the=elIpI
Mrisntis attended! trip *p""|Pn nf the
-- IH"u'al ptlrrhflped !t.y the fntihtlr 'tutu"' h., "i1'il!.|tpaae Ol.lijrp.. and trflSl'UVt! IYN.'ft( of tap itftJYtl tit
""Ujurity"t' +"e. + + + + Hun I h l'lItulllht I timid, Hunt the Oilflhdt, Jlrihk and UlRhd li"ltfp Mrt="ti"' id, rintltlrt! AtHrthfnld AII! tt ferttlltP lf' tilts etllpttailtinahla I@Ihigw Wits"
4' lrt'") id tit, 1 tttftlkpd
Ypetprda! I
Nut, ::1,=II.e \\11' + I'hi' ,'''",lt ll, M, I'., Ni y. :esl: (>,,)11.tts."litli (- ftu..t t'"titUiy.| thl tot mil I'* need them first! ,114) .It the, tlupe' ,111)i pea I./plry/ t'IIIII.t was lIt'''I it1 w ''lh'ItI To mprfiBe true\ 'neutrality these
rsar''+" I'lllllllrtl t HlOM sad |Ilp flulll' them ft"'lth'I( lliUllt(, l i"I.I" f,.r the future lippd of Meat ,, 'h'iol .Mt'lt) Villklt the' (ilrtl-d l rfhl.ltfp U I to ll-il.I=, I path "perain! ) ""I'dbtht Na' aekp.l lie fore, It M roiitewM! the United! States'
+. VtOlllrttl "NllTfrtUP!:! | (tfV1| N hit It 4' f ",,1 t'I"II thirty' Hrtntupl J, NUhd1 t''nliii"n4' write AH f" inrush I l terse> or t'umplela t ", | -
: the first meeting having been held excessive
.lth.1 mil lid of HlP : I4t
'F 11I"1. I'f I Ihp "ltftti.11i!! rtffrtMUtirlfilMii Iu NAt1It!:! : 'M '., Danue'ral l 1 \ will YII.I'IIIIt.II( lip 'fhvs IIIM.I also a|*|>io\ed a.iiis Etpa: grltphpr 10' a, m, poem, on any suhjurt.tw" ]\ *>* of tIlly | '
t Ilhl4)'u l 1..11..1: hi llii'ir + t'lioepnifHini4, or olfk a-iii-tal t fur S"Iperinlanlett Among the OrUr itea who were given as prue for the beat efforts by the normal 1 manufacture of muni-

"lIh'I-, III lit*' "pulls Itsl4l. ( lh.> i ldillnOI' > motored Edgar Thomson won first, with lions t before. the outbreak of Iwallli-
+ f..".. _ _ _ to the Celery: City last eveningwere .
inlf 1i.1 tit "d'i'ts; + \' 1'ulra for |."lfi.14'urliWrhmun.l u a three verse poem entitled, \11 YoiiLike ties in Europe.TIiESE'OND:
i "Ilou'I( thhlti ahh rtpl..ranrr'eal Kendrick guernsey and ,
( ; niisr luiti\ HW( party "
It( As You Hon't. Helen
+ |the| Milling( |plui., IK "WH'Jl!) tit Va., Nov ?.Virginia I F-d-: H. Allen and party. C, J p. Dow, or
+ |iU'a.4itl. + Hurlburt second, for a two Verse : COMI.VJ OF CHRIST
voters today are liallutinf for legislature Auto'o. land W. J. Ilamriik and
n The Palms has sold| the party.
.
|> +
in' fluffy ruffl.Mdkf
wear poem entitled, "Isn't This: a Wonderful -
+ which will enact laws making first I'Jlfi Reo to I
: urif| kinall Vial, pulling tit Edgar Robinson. IJ "
Night? l.ucile Tatum third, fur Mr. Jeter to
spoke a splendid afternoon
+ pUti'a fcttimilcil( iii fc|>arr. 'I' operative in September, 1916, an The cars are oeauties: of the first Columbia Grafonola reduced to $15. -
+ "ll.m'l, ask. (the inaptTlorh' 10bhari i' amendment to the state constitution order and will sell) rapidly. I Records from 15p.) up. Come and hear a couplet. audience on the above subject
+ >rn )our |>fnciU. Uo lour + prohibiting the sale of intoxicants. them.. Curtis & O'=""e81. Delicious refreshments were served yesterday in the revival meetings.
+ own Hork, + by Miss Carrie Dade after which At night/ Mr. Holcomb delivered a
+ "l>..ir} tg I the chair of ,the In. + The amendment was adopted ",stSl'ptemt.er
+ sprctor."llon'f' + and! the campaign which Dutch "Orange Book" Denies games and dancing completed the great message on "Confession from
+ .. talk. hut .kf.I|) jour + ended today was largely on the issue: evening's fun. the text "If we confess our sins, be
+ 4)... and + Those Misses Corinne is faithful
rare o1K n."Don't of present were and just to forgive us our
shipment of intoxicants
++ exception. regard and important.journflf as an ++ state. Senate and house lenders into who the That Germans Entered HollandThe Robinson Madeline Allen Bessie Al- sins and cleanse us from all unright-
"
Corinne Walton Lillian Jones,
len ,
+ "Br + eousness.
Ito
dignified. Ik .t'riouK were opposed to state-wide prohibition
: not argue with any one." : have been active in the move- Xorah James Eileen James, Carrie Program TodayAt
Hague, Nov. 2.-An whenever there has for Dade Helen Hurlburt, Lillian Kinpsly !
ment for drastic laws orange been ground :3 p. m. a "mothers' meeting"
+ + to
+ + + + + + + + + + + + keep liquor
out of the state. book, issued by the Dutch government protest and argues that Great Britain J N'orene Evans Gu>1>'n Evans Anna I,i will be led by Mr. Jeter. Everybody

New today, recapitulates official reports on and France are acting similarly in I Jones Evelyn Spencer Willie Deck, i invited. Subject, "Mother, Home andlIea'e.
Jersey Elections: Uninteresting' President Ices; to Princeton to Vote :n number of international questions this respect.The Lucile Tatum Theresa Warner; and *." Every: one in requested to

Trenton K. J., Nov. :2.Interest in \\'n hinJton.Ou". :2. arising from the war. book also protests! against the Messrs. Fitzhugh Dade Tom Brown i' wear a flower in honor of mother.

the elections in this state today does Wilson left early today for President The document denies the truth of German marine prize regulations and Carl Dawson Eric Lynn Edgar: \ ,', Mr. Holcomb will preach again at
Princeton.
not match that cn-ate.1 1 by the suffrage N'. J., to vote in the state flection. assertions regarding the alleged vio- I j I the destruction, under them of Dutch 'Thomson Clifford Tatum, Rufus Ta 7:30: p. m.Thursday.
lati"n of Netherlands! the turn, Fred Frey, Raymond Royce, Edward :
'
special elerion of October 11.: lie will retur' to Wrshinpron territory by vessels which it says is also! unjustifiable night there will be a
.... '.: i immediately Germans while they were proceeding :i: and an infraction of neutral I lame!. Tho W. Hewlett. great "fraternity meeting." All organized
anlconSl'11uently u light vote is l being after Sting 4 In 'M.
polled. The voting is I hrough Belgium at the beginning of rights. I Bible classes are invited. Invitations ,
confined to th' I
election of six members I the war. I I| Still another protest is that against IMPORTANT MASONIC MEETING: have also been extended to
of the state TEN PACES; TODAY
senate and a full of I The book deals with the ditficul'iespaced impeding the Dutch fisheries by minefields all lodges and fraternal organizations.
in the house. In membership sixty in the w ty of shipping, and the I while passage! of belligerent Eureka. Royal Arch Chapter held a Special seats will be reserved for all
option it an issue.borne districts local Read every advertisement in today's II holding of Dutch vessels. It says I aircraft over the lowlands is con special conclave yesterday afternoonand who come in a body representing any
Sentinel of
p ten pages Holland has
protested energetically demned. acted upon a number of petitions. I organization.THE .



THE DAILY I rain, where it really did rain caused! MML TRIP IN I H>U1> I

It wreck on the A. t', ... railroad andwa
South Florida Sentinel :heil out pestles and bridges, ahd Mr. and Mr;, L. K;, Iliimn unit, Mi'''...1

MORNING AND WEEKLY the ciment&s so ttift over brick) .Celia' Btalfiml arihcd IIP-P !PntimlnVehlhtf \ MACAULAY

hLk4h'" . Pdll.t omU in places that the brkk, "pt'e in M t. Ptalford' IIP* tmi! LORD

't.'I'IIIiI"t.!' !' .... tla.in..r Wsn.ttphhtr4 \\n':hei| n\Vd)', \Uihh tiirt-le '.|J-i! III Ilea, t'It1lh frnlrt

kl It* t nlb.Hi Ottftbtkh tillf. JN", iVlkiha, t.f Lrpti, Mote Indm JuUl'oH ttunutili PI f I'Mpt-h-inr.

1"1. II fI: ,t'ttt.1 l ttxg! Mm) Mltist J II. Ha.lleF. tit 'UflKlrth'l' ]lit le t''l ?f rwftler, laniprtat! "plan' i,
:
- -- alK!!,, t OU..tIUN. ttA14tlf ]Stroh tll the, Idle' lieiit'. fl'lt't4\1' 1.- "'Itv, Irtkelrtli l, Hallow, \\'ltd elII4' I I IHII I iN the name of A l htuutlfullh'uttlnth ut* hun for fiul U1, This hyacinth N t till lU( iiftme ills=

'*" 1 tiir, : g.:".. I6 qdMUI "'Iriiemettmlai' HfUhp*! City, (f'nmi-MI. \, Iiarpn' flower for the tUnillf
6d beautiful l carmine pink, an l makea\ a graml
(4II/,, N II MM"iM MrnI4l : .. ... .. :;::::,:::::::MI:: 1 M Mr: r HrttlleF$ lTt">!'lett" "ff the'' Iltt" purl. MaUlrtiiJ.\ \ hiaaimmve. Taft I,F- pllPi, It U a utately, .

Miti: I.Mai h : l. ._. -.... _. _... :M itaKUnit: e*=county t tiedampr: of I lands| Winter! fork I lIl1g011I1 I3n- I room or parlor, \\') also have Hyacinth glasses anil 1 prepdretl t plant fibre for P"Nwll1

-wa1/F. ; I Twit ,.. .. .._.._. .. ._....-. .._. IHMt.- Ifitngt't muni\)', ami M HHO\ \\till owns\ ord, Orange City Itel,and t, P ftolli\ I

AM. pyiWCJMPTIQW' J 4YARMi INTO rQnlij.l"rMM$, property j ; ami pays: large and! New SmyrnaThey mil go via'ephyrhllU pame,

4PVAH li\\eS, |He| writes: : and return the same wsy each
.I'rUe of jacinth glares 45c,
- -- days Mrs Stafford to t several -
-- '- 1'1| received your letter two expects spend
APVKBTIBBB ago, inquiring about the damage done days in the "Surf Cottage her

C.pr tar ..pl., ..< cthti kad...| to the brick roads by the recent ruin, each property, and enjoy the sea Lord Macaulay Hyacinth $1.00 doz.
/_"".lf s.N b. h..44 til .t ,h.. h. U...
.rdks .( U. HtfttiMl Ml.Uur U... I p. m.U The damage is blight, and I might bay lathing These people spent the
df kW.r. ptitlU.U.*. This ml .PV".. riviul. summer at Gulf port,-Xew Smyrna \Ve also have other Hyacinth Bulbs ranging from 40c. doz. up.
to tku> nine! Ivtitliliif I II uiavsriabJ.
r.r.11i. bt itrtcUj 4JurU U. "The damage was caused by an unprecedented Breeze.

rainfall, more or less local -
Bnb.crib.ra dxirlnv Tb. Sentinel dI coo-
baud should. notifr ,be offie. i. writing oD ; secondly, uy the failure of the engineering METHODISTS OF THE STATE TO
tb UU of expiration. otlicrwl'*. it will b.oBtioued ., department of the road MEET IN T.UUt.SOOX D --N
rtU.
kt DM' rraultr tubscriptioo
atU cotta to Mop U received.. make for such an
Tel..'..... Nasb.r .....,..,.".,.."."."., M force to provision
HeightsMethodist
emergency; third there were fills, or Tampa, FlaThe Tampa "The Drug and Seed 1tlnJluPROPRIETOR

NhHNKSlNKMUKK( : 3. 1913; high grades, which were susceptibleto : church is getting ready for

----- the unusual amount of water to betaken the entertainment of the annual conference ,

of the Methodist denomination -,
of.
SAMMUL.S.. care
KltKK ItOADS. "The worst damage was on the Sanford in this state. This conferencewill CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

road around the lake in the edge convene in Tampa about the middle .
C. K Wooels, of Kubtife: an editor
Maitland: where there was a rather of December, and it is of vast miortance FLORIDA
with inclination to into other
an pry j
ugh embankment for the road bed, > not only because it repre- '
peojile's affairs and tell other counties -
which not only caught the water from sents about forty thousand Methodists : -
their business,
how to manage -
round that side of the lake but the but at that conference preachers I
has tome forth with much goad t-paco
for ----- -
overflow from a lake to the westward receive their appointments ----

and people many why photographs brick roads to have how been the The outlet made under the road grade next year. No preacher has his appointment I'OLK lOlNH TO rOLLOW EV: . . ; . .

let the water for more than one year, :
was not sutficient to ,VMl'LE OF! I'INKLLVS ,
( the hand
torn up in Orange county by
th rou h. and can not go to the same appoint- : Fla, I'mellas ('ounty's Begin NowTo
of the Almight, und he would tell us St. Petersburg, -
"A temporary bridge was made to ment more than four years succes- definite bids ando'ntracts
that unless we follow his and Lake plan of getting

counts example we are on the road I accommodate the traveling public at ively.; for her road building program trade with the largest and cleanest Grocery in the
to ruin. this point which was thought ampleto I before submitting a bond issue ,
meet all possible needs, but it has has been adopted in city.
lie is sending his literature to all to the people GOODS
sections of the state. Editor Powell since washed away, also, owing to BREAKING DRUG; II.\BIT I Polk county", the county commission THE BEST

of the Clearwater Sun has come out, continued high water and rams'Three I ers having decided to follow this planin We carry the best brands of goods.

with several other wielders of the miles south toward Orlando New York.-Seven hundred persons I I a meeting held by them at Bar- OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
the trestle of the A. C. convicted this of violating -
at Formosa, have been year
pen, and in no effeminate languagehas Call and look the goods;: over and get prices.

told the Seer of Eustis where to 1. railroad washed away, or so damaged the new law against the indis- Coffee, per pound _______________________________15c

"head in." Woods has sent to I'mel. the underpinnings as to cause a criminate sale of habit forming drugs tow.FIELD'S : Tea, per pound _________________________________25c

las county citizens many marked copies wreck on that road, at a point that the district attorney announced today : Baking Powder, per pound ________________________20c

of his newspaper, The Eustis Lake previous heavy rains did not affect in Thousands of persons addicted to the 3 cans Pork and Beans for ________________________25c

Region, and in that newsaper are cuts the least. use of drugs have been committed to 2 Boxes Cake Flour for __________________________25e

showing the short stretch of brick "The water came up into some of hospitals and many have been bene- CHOCOLATE 2 Boxes Potato Flour for ________________________25c

road in Orange county torn up by the the business buildings in Orlando, although fited after arrest. II 12 pound sack of Flour for _______________________45c

recent unprecedented rain storm. they had only recently fin- Owing to the activity of the author- VANILLA 24 pound sack of Flour for _______________________90c

From reading his articles one would ished a sewerage system thought to ities in enforcing the law the priceof 4 cans of Ready-Made Soup for ___________________25c

infer that the sand-oil or sand-asphal be ample for their needs, and they some of the drugs most commonlyused TUTI FRUTI Tuna Fish, per can ______________________________lOc

roads in Lake county were the best if]I now have this vexing and expensive when sold on the street, has increased GUAVAICE Codfish Balls, per can, ___________________________lOc
.
the world. There is only one way tc]I problem to meet. 2,000 per cent. Brooms, _______________________________25c. and 50c
"There are a few other places or CREAMS.
know and that is to see for yourself.
the brick roads where there was slight; BRITAIN CONSIDERING A WAR '
One enters the suburbs of Mount
damage, where the water backed up- BOARD OF THREE WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
Dora, in Lake county, over one oj
all of which can be easily overcome"I
_
sand-oi
these celebrated stretches of
have never known people so London.-The Daily News' lobby AUTO LUNCHESA
roads. Horses and cows' hoof prints
unanimously in favor of anything as correspondent says that at the cabi- Our Grocery Company
may be seen in the roads; there are SPECIALTYCLUB
which they are for brick roads. net meeting today the constitution of
machine -
waves upon waves over a
rides as does a dinky sail boaton o the war council was considered fur- :: Two Phones: 3 and 200 f

the Atlantic. The process of rid THAW BACK IN PITTSBURGH ther. 25e I-

ing over one of these roads is an experience "Although the matter" has not yet SANDWICH ; 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
all motorists should take. It Pittsburgh, Pa.-Harry K Thaw, been definitely settled, the corre-
heretofore undiscovered.Up accompanied by his mother, arrived spondent continued, "the ministerialview '.1 1 II I1IIII1II 11111111111111. t I .1.1 I .1.1..11'111 l. I I
is a joy Mrs. Thaw is authorityfor inclines at the moment to an inner We Make! Our Own Ice Cream, Packet
and down, up and down, just as early today. --- -- --- -----
that from now on council of three. In this case the
statement
the All
the billowy waves of the ocean. A and Delivered for
breaker seems to strike you amidships her son will make this city his per- three ministers probably would be a
minister, first lord of the admiralty Occasions
and the car swerves. What is manent home. prime I
"
it* Just an extra size wave in the His action for divorce from Evelyn and a secretary for war. Yancey Meat Market Inc.

sand-oil caused by the steam roller. Nesbit Thaw may not go to trial until I ,
It will be impossible under the JERSEY SUrr RACISTS WEREOUTVOTED Cook & Co PAID UP
For explanation the steam roller stoodin May A. B. ,. :JFUUY
BY 31.273:
and in the law to begin the taking of testimony
one spot over night T. A. YANCEY. Jr., Pres and Mgr.
morning several ox teams, mules and I until then, unless Mrs. Thaw defendsthe Christ Building, Orlando.
divorce. Of the serving on her of Trenton, N. J.-The complete voteon ORLANDO FLORIDA
horses had to pull it from its valleyin '
the sand-oil ocean. Onward, brave papers in the suit in Xew York yes- the amendment to the state constitution Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
William A. Stone, to give women the right to MATERIALS '
car and driver! A rut already? Birds terday, Attorney BUILDING
with long bills peck pebbles out of who represents Thaw, said today vote has been filed by the various INCOME INVESTMENTSWe Florida and Western Meats

little caverns "The service was in no sense a legalone counties with the office of the secre-

for the one road to leaving fall into.neat as Airs Thaw was not in this tary of state. It shows that the suffrage develop vacant properties an Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
the official amendment was beaten by 51,
More waves and billows. One stops state when approached by handle notes and mortgages )"ieldinJaranteed ; Special' Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

his car, raises the hood. Xo, the cylinders with the writ." 273. The vote against the amend-of it income. / Bu_ine.. 'Ijs P. O. BOX 226
are working all right, there is I ment was 184,474, and in favor PHONES \ Residence I33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

plenty of gasoline, the car is not NEWOKK CAPTURES GUNNER 33,261.. TAXES PMDND INTEREST

kicking-the reflex action is caused \ RECORD Sentinel want ads get results. COLLECTED FOR CLIENTS _u ________ _ ___
Back to the throt-
only b> the \\a\es. ,
tle and one (continues his journey to Xew York.-The U. S. S. Xew I '

the end of the partially completed York, now on its way to the Xew The arket

sand-oil road on the north of Mount York navy yard from the Southern \

Dora. What a relief! Out of the car, drill grounds off the coast of Virginia, AND RYE OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

process of stretching and yawning will bring home the record for gun- OATS
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
and rubbing sore backs and blurred I

e"es.Ioney for lame-back pills and nery.A letter to a friend from a sailoron FRESH AND SALT MEATS

all that. Fine roads in Lake county: the Xew York says "Xew York I Fresh shipment just arrived. Call in and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Sand-oil roads, as Editor Woods the lead in away from f
takes gunnery Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh .
would have us believe, are different the U. S. S. Texas." get yours. Prices right and pure.

from all others, particularly brick I The following figures were given: We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

roads. And they are. Any one would In night practice with the five inch ALL KINDS OF GARDEN FLOWER AND FED SEEDS everything in the Meat Line.
out
admit it. Sand-oil roads are laid battery out of 160 shots fired 133 took ,

much as a snake undresses himselffor effect. In day practice with the four-
the season. The highways are teen-inch battery, out of sixty. shots We guarantee our Seeds to be Fresh JHL. lVI: Self & Go. I

spread open like slices of bread and fired forty-four hits were scored. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

then buttered with asphalt. A steam

roller comes along and squeezes the BL.\NCHE WALSH IS DEAD; LAD Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

sand-oil into the sand. Then they are RELAPSE .. .

oiled in order to make the waves 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
how the
That's
greasy and pliable. Pittsburgh, Pa,-Blanche Walsh,

name originated-in Lake county.foundations Xo the well known actress, died Sunday Quality Smartness and Long LifeA
,
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walls no
curbs, no retaining night in a hospital where she was
Earth
just built upon Mother from a malady that '
taken: suffering SILVER GLIDE- ,* .
Fine permanent
and then rolled
road caused an operation. A COMFORTABLE RIDE-
sand-oil :
few a
In
roads. a years Miss Walsh's refusal to disappointan
will be first cousin to the worst marl audience caused a relapse. After : I IN A CHALMERS

road in the world-full of holes, she went under the knife she insisted FOR SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new

bumps Won't, ruts it be and a ravines.joy to race thruogh I on keeping Ohio an where engagement he collapsed at Youngstown and-I : Speaking of Quality! .: tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian

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hour. : for cash.
lake county at 6 miles per was brought back hereIn Motorcycle,

Yes it will-NOT'-! private life she was :Mrs W il. : We have it in everything we offer you. --- ---

ham H Travers.
Editor: Powell in >'e terda>'s "Sun" etc.
Flour Provisions Eggs
his editorial defense of Orange : Feeds
continues WASHING
county brick roads by publishing DIssIROLs run1SITS P.VUU(>> AUTO STATION

the following letter from J. II ON OCEVN rKONT I, - '


Sadltr Then, of the Oakland enemies, ns of follow brick: rond.Uft' Jacksonville. Xov I.-Fanned by ;1 The Co-Operative Produce Co. : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Show Woods' picture strong breeze from the ocean. a bias I
delighted to EAST CIIUItCH .STIIKKT.:
14 I'HONK
of u piece of Orange county brick said to have originated in the tw : ; W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 417 223.
tory residence of C. 11. Bell, In*
highway that is torn up. :
Woods has the nerve to say night destroyed ten residence bUild .
And
that the name rain fell on the and (ings, six of which were two stor,: .t Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
fcazed them. structures, entailing a loss conservatively :
and never 11111 11111 I1111 III
oil roads I' 11111 11111 11111 11111 I1111 11111 III
But he doesn't Bay that the same estimated at 25000.



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Samples Sent On Tll BIG STORE Mail Prompt Given Orders



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Request The Season's Best at the Lowest Prices i in the City Attention

Without Doubt Our Showing Is Unsurpassed





i T: SWEATERS, SWEATERS i SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! I



4" ,far;;,S t ":. Men's Department 1 Shoe DepartmentFor ,

}" i'tJf WIndYr.1
Cold
what Sharp
-.J. Zip--- a
Men Who Care
Well, its the season for SWEATERS right now, and we
1\\\ are ready with a complete line both in light and heavy Sweati -
show the new Fall Styles in Edwin Clapp Shoes
''jj"""' .. ers and Golf Coats. Let us you
r ':. ,-,:':>f and Oxfords, in Tan Gun Metal and Kid Try a pair and be convinced that they are the
z. ':y .i.J..\ Let Us Show You best shoes made for service, style and comfort.

I I If'+JI. ;; :: i Price $7.00. Other makes priced from $3.50 to $6


Art Department

C WO ,'rontLaeEC AaT190RD-"S;: _: SILKS and DRESS GOODS Royal Society Package

Outfits
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You Must Try on a Modart The good style of the Autum Frocks and Waists you are about to make or have made will -

to know it. You will find that your corset has depend not so much on the making as the fabrics.
a new meaning-plays a new part.in your life, The advantage of chosing new silks and woolens here is that there are more from which I '
contributes new beauty-when it is a to choose. Not only more, but better fabrics, and prices much more satisfactory. t ''i

TAFFETA SILKS- CHIFFON BROADCLOTII-
Modartproperly soft chiffon finish, all the new shades, 54 inches wide sponged and shrunk t
36 inches wide, the best that money can -----$1.75
} buy for________________________$1.50 per ;
I fitted to your
4
4 figure. RADIUM SILK- FRENCH SERGESA _
beautiful new fabric with a high lustrous :- Very much in demand, black, navy and
Prices finish, 40 inches wide ______$1.25: green, special value _____________$1.00

GEORGETTE CREPE SERGES These outfits come to you complete -
r range ,clean and intact,in sealed en-
40 inches WI.d'in brown, navy blue, in! plain colors I and I shepherd checks, 38 velopes. They contain the article
from light blue, Belgium blue, black and inches wide, the best value we everto be embroidered, stamped on ma-
I white --_____-___________--____$1.50 I offered ------------------------- 50c terial of the highest quality, exact
$3.00 to instructions and a carefully prepared -
VISIT OUR STORE AND LOOK THEM OVER chart of stitches and! colors,
$8.00 with sufficient floss to entirely complete -

__the_ embroidery.__ n_
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BLANKETS---3rd FLOOR
EXCLUSIVELY TAILORED

50 pairs large double bed size Blankets,white,grey and tan,pink and
SUITS __________ _
light blue borders, heavy fleaced, $1.35 quality, per pair 89c

Heavy gray, warm Plaid Wool Nap Blankets Blankets in tan, large
Many charming models in Broadcloth, novelty mixtures, gabardines, Blankets, size 64x80, ,size 66x80,pink, size for hotels I 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 1 at plaids 1 $....00 value.1 value I
touch of braid or buttons;colors are black, New Ideas inLadies'
brightened here and there by a
$1.19 a pair $3.00 pair $1.49 pairCome
blue, green, brown and fancies. Hosiery

and appreciate them. Pure thread silk in Hundreds of other Blankets and Comforts

$1 5.00 to $5 5.00 stripes,, plaids and priced very I low
clocked I Price $1.00
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J.V.illin.ery:


HATS


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

i 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.




The YoweH- Duck worth Co.


ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."



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I.\YOR'S COURT TOD Y 1 =- ,,, "-.r" '

There will be a session of major- I
court this morning at 10 o'clock.
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!I ADDITIONAL LOCALS = =-=- _:-=;- .. ._=== ......... = ==== = ;;::;

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I Mr and Mrs Malvin Russell of

Paterson :-;. J., who have been spending i 3
a couple of weeks in this section
are so well pleased that it is possible:
Daily Budget: Of[ Items Concerning they will remain here until spring .


The Town And Rollins College i I Miss Emily Green arrived in Orlando I

J I yesterday afternoon over the At- 4
lantic Coast Line from Atlanta Ga.,
CHICAGO NATIONALS (CUBS) WILL ERECT FENCE FOR CATTLE I and expects to spend the winter with : ;
MAI BE INDUCED TO TRAIN PROTECTION Miss Lavina Fuller, 308 East Pine
AT WINTER: PARK D C Overstreet and Arthur i street.
It is highly probable that Winter Schultz a committee of two appointedby I --
Park may play host to the Chicago the council at its meeting Monday I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown, of Memphis .
Cubs ball club for two weeks duringthe night, appeared before the county I Tenn., were among the arrivals
1916 spring training season! In commissioners in Orlando yesterdayand in Orlando yesterday. They are making .
making up the Rollins schedule last secured permission for the con- I a general tour of Florida and expect I II
week Coach Greene addressed a let- struction of a fence on the western to remain in this vicinity for several -
ter to C. II. Thomas, president of the side of Winter Park to bar cattle I dajsMr I S
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club, asking for a game this spring. from entering the town.
Yesterday afternoon the following reply This action was made necessary on I and Mrs. E. W. Way, who have -
was received: account of the fact that for some time been coming! to Orlando for several .T"
Chicago, :-ov. J4), 1913.Mr ; I numbers of cattle have been w'ander- seasons, are expected to reach their -
I:. W, Greene, I Rollins College, ing into the city, and damaging the home 40'J! East South street. Friday,
Winter Park, Hu golf course. A fence about one-half from Glen Elljn Ill., where they have
tear Sir.-I haw jour note "of Oc- _ _ _
to .ei" 2'th, and no.c yuur desire to'l l mile in length will be constructed by spent the summer. L .1 i4 .
play lS a Mme during our stay the golf people and a gate will l>-
1"I ;il1 n"':' MaidiI furnished b\ the stock owners Th I Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Thatcher and
I Iiqh MIU vould rice me s% little I
mere, information rel'a..tinj'inter permission of the property owners daughter Miss! Clara were anlllnl I
I 1"I.i I I.. Mi"l what |.o...-il.ilnies! ; if any, I Lord &. BraiUhaw! has been obtained, the arrivals in Orlando jeMcrdcvirminsr '. 1'iIFlrt
.
h. .r TP for tunning at your place. I.I and work will probably .begin tcxlaAN \', in over the Coast; I 1,1 nu' from
'I" P.i lie let me know if there will l bean Ohio. have
Hamilton They spent
opportunity, to draw crowd, there, !
f i I. \,ere \1va..I'lle' for UF to put in a liNJONIU.IJ; : 11.\1.1.00H't.() : :N t Ihrrr ,Wilson. in Ploridt, but this will ...
,,, ?
'n, 1,1 I nf two \< ork training th..rell'ipttip I 1'Aim be their find in this city. Cliarncr I fry s
to hear from Iou nt nn '! fv'iue hH'tltfiIIr tnnie of \\'littCf I
datp. I .
nilv nut.Yty ,: tt'rs
\ truly \i-ufn. I'dlk'rt. )'II HlJr |1"1,1"| | glllllPlpd IIIUIP Mr.t I'rlff (.' n fang tivndrttuiit.
C.. II. THOMAS.' ) I're.Mpht.\ |I bane of fir r. lihd Mr*. ('. I P. Ward' I arrived In dip 'Hy yesterday i
IhU IptUr rnntp! no it I Immli III dip j I M1uml-ay" hstlli! and enJayrll a \N)' 111'Ihhlful "rlt'l'lIflu"' ut" AtltinlliCoi<< ! e pitch, .UlIIIII fuel nil of \\intpr 1'111 k'i< HMUW|| ,>VM. Mtty.| ";"IHI'''. Ilaa front Cutnesvllle! r". II hull le.Fu. 10"1,1 111,1 the ,old nnd new, cuniilbuU'd to the ,plena. 11"IIIIAIl11t" will rest his lot In UiU. )
Cut''II' would it-turn to lumpa this fi\'n- (um' of ho MiH6.ni| and the "tf..lr section lie N ftn uM\ friend of !II r. f'I
""II. l'rO\'fol] an even greater success than W. W Hose and It waa! through hU 1
Mr I Greene! at once Interviewed l !' had, been itntKiputed by those in good advice that Mr I Charters tame I

ln'ul'| Temple, und after diicui: mi; charge. Light refreshments were to lorida. t Cat r .
the matter thoroughly, was much encouraged served during the evening.. r
(concerning the prospect for : Guests registering at the Empire
bringing the Cuba here. I JUDGE CHENi\: (,(l\'ES \DDREsS hotel on Monday were as follows: J. .. & .

If matters can be arranged, as there I Judge J. M Cheney, of Orlando K Alemeder (;t.'o. W, Tull Boston;
is little doubt they will be, this will spoke to the Y. M C. A. men at }'u m. F. Bulner Harry T. Bulner New .
give the Rollins nine the best opportunity Ljman gymnasium last night concerning York; E. M. Thomas Philadelphia; ,
for practice which it has ever personal experiences in his M. R. Walker II. T. Voorhis, Detroit;
enjojed. Needless to say everything own legal career. The speech was F. A. :Merrick: Tampa; O Y. Elder s I
possible is being done to Induce this interesting in the extreme and was J. I:. Wells, T B Deen A. C Coffee
major league club to select Winter one which will long be rememberedby P. T. Anslej, Jacksonville.nORT j
Park for its spring training grounds. the men. Practically every man
J
on the campus was present. :-; SESSION CITY COUNCIL
COUNCIL HOLDS LONG SESSION

On account of the great mass of EXECUTIVE COUNCIL) OF SOPHOMORE The city council held a brief session -
business to be attended to it was CLASS MEETS yesterday. The estimate of Hamilton 7 ? I INl. :

found necessary to adjourn the coun- The executive council of the soph- Johnson for paving amountingto f '
cil meeting Monday evening to the omore class held a lengthy session $1,314'. was ordered paid Warrants -s...c

(coming Saturday yesterday afternoon. A committee of for October amounted to $11,; >:;* -
Considerable routine business was three freshmen met with the sophomores 553.22. I.

given attention, including the payment at this fession. Important .9,c; '?i t /
of warrants to the amount of "business of state" was transacted by TOO LATE TO CL.\SSIF1rOU ;u.. .
above one thousand! dollars the combined committees.

The members of the firm of t Kum KAI K:- V Singer sewing machine -
mer &. Ifoldorf when questioned concerning 1.hlt.t4'trXIUU; \' MI'IHK' Phone lU'J tlttfV'ANlI1t1'ounlt :t
the exact connection which The Ladies' Auxiliary and Guild,) I
Councilman T. M. llenkel) bears to met eslerda)' flnl't110011'uk Mrs.List. \ :t \,'hlt"Itt11fth twd i F
\their sidewalk business The Ual routine of '''I hoUepwnlk' fitf H !sfi-ill" fainil)'
contracting U !sewing"
!t'nll ';":) llasi': t'eiilial HXPIUIP.
staled th Itn.\ eouncHtiian had ho@otdleetlnn Wrts ftcftrtiltilichPit, nhil n VphJ pleasant I 11-li-I1II':t : It
tthatexpf with tills!'! lit iiii'h soCial I hour WHS! eiijnjpd. 'I lit' i
Of diplf btu alne"", tint 'they)> WPIP I ti'tt/ nietpss( !" epr\pd I Iti! 111' ''t'tlt'h'"t'hl"Ihll , I ONI'! Htttrtll: "|pan' fittest \\it 11 It, MMI
tl I In. Mrtke BlflttrtVIt" il' Clue(' afialtPnunl' , I pill, "liolMttpll I rtkf; I.tUPIMp' anti! .dtp
I It. III I I.
UlltltllP: huItl.Isms.p| tint t oH
Hum. weeks, itrt: 'lhHltI.t' -
tigtl! ; - -- 1'M" llMHin to iiiMiido Hank and
tint (" llpiikelvda I inlpr 1I1:1.llIInl'lll.: 'Mill1! itwtidII .
\ \ Tnl..tI| | << and I iwtive 1, sI s-
palftl in |the| f fill"\l ll ullUlt lute bean' Tht| | Y, M. ('. At delegates| | ( from the' i .1 t Mr.MISS l .'
awttrlletI I dtp contralto fur taHU\Nm- HllIilloto..III'i..tulI! to die ;.Htalt: f filll- I
ler I IVllk's bldusvaltb |If this hai| been iltiHa' Confeitncp ut (Jat'i' !a\lHe IP: r
MAY IIARAMUAYRNiill.ll'IIER
proved to IliI w fact It would' have laid turned' Monday night, B,4h auto par
the 'UlIlll'ilnn.1I open| to |I'rll.wul(lUll, lies report having enjoyed the trip "ITln.H' Hl''; )(
The fcttsfeiiin uitb continued tit u late i"l'eat1)! '
hour before adjournment

.- -- - I I'IUS1'I MinilINGNOMNSflUll: : (. Schultz Huildin, .Phone .100Ml
\ MX,\siiJM 1 n.ssl'S'I'STI'U.: : : .
The \\intcr Paik! Woman's Club i is! .
11.\\' to hold ltd first meeting: for the reason _ _ ..Aw.lll,,.. _-r._ _ .!!!!!!!!:
The gnuu..iun, cl.iaM'H for l >thbojH ( Work .....,.. M.LIM === 1/1/ EX r= = .:-: f .r- 1 kru E 3IIEiE! r:
hill ufttrnoon Neatly andrruralt.y HoneFALL 1./IIIM..1.1.ru .wrIM .. ,. nM .
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and gir"vrv! organized and -. -- r: -- - ,' -.. .. M/l..ll I
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put through n light preliminary work try-is :== ,--Mw.1 == -11:::: = =tom.i'1r /i : .. I '15=xt11/=. f1=1..M == =:
out jesterday. Gymnasium STYLESIN = = = = := = ;.;J 1,.1. .1NIN.tWrrfll.- "" --
compuUor", and all students not furnishing -
dtutor' certificates or other Cupriclot I1art So.LJr..r 6 Mar.Varsity. ,

liable ixiuxes, will be required to r
be present! at the clauses.The ' .
work yesterday consisted' of n Walk-Over Shoes

few Dimple marching practices, but
the classes! will get down to rent workin
Fiveby
the I course urn few du)''', HIP Fall and Winter Fabrics I In Fifty
bo)'*' stases will W held tit II lift I

A. n). amt :Si!llit |p. in amt I HIP tilt Is' and :
Royal International TailoringAt Hart Schaf f & Marx
rhNs Will u'tne nl .1 I'| inY ncr
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Slow
Winter 1'nrk. Flu,
1", NN, I'. \. I.NHI. ,. NKillliPHtllrtl1 I' The
stylish suit for
The weekly lilPplltitf of lltp young men

\V.lit (t'\ A. UM l heist> | lost i hlKlH, Hull W. H. SCHULTZ (
|| > htPlaesu., itli'l! H IlltHll'Pl of 1IIIt'II'| | )

did I talks, to>4t Ui| ,dtp limp, very I'trft" Winter l Park) Florida T HIS I is the swellest and newest note in young men's '

tlIUt - clothes; by far the most popular of all suit designs

NNIMI I U 1'\UI\ C rn sI
MMMI+ .. **I. MMMM M M M ...&. I li M M M Pay about $25; you'll get the utmost of satisfaction at

. Nellie!
Miss I faith Collins anti| Miss
(laik. are expected: to arrive in Winter that price.
...
Park the last of the week from Winter Park Auto Co.

spending( Connecticut the where past few they months.have been: I Many variations of this design; good values at $16.50 to $35DicksonIves


Miss Ella Rankin, of Berlin, N. J..
BUICK and FORD -
CARS
is suiting Mrs. E F Bellows for a I

few days before proceeding to her ,
home in Winter Haven for the re-

mainder of the season. I Repairing, Painting and Auto
Co
.f Miss Mary Francis, one of Winter SuppliesOPEN
Park's popular winter residents. has

returned from the North, and 13 I ,
again stopping with :Mrs.: :Mary: Flje !

DAY AND NIGHT "Or1a:\do's Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando, Fla.WitrPrk .
Mrs. Victor Starbuck of Orlando
spent yesterday in Winter Park visiting .

her friend Mrs. W :M.: Crosley. MtM . . . . HMillMIIC tli . . .

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(@rlttu n nrtrty Favorite F: "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING co

1'OIU1'ItJiU) ( | ,\ 1
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Thanhouse'1! Make .r c,UI1!! -

RUCIKTY..:. M.KMJAK: Itev. .lj. T. Poulson gate an excellent 'In two part--
Alwin. "lluneiv (lank Win! a Hun
talk at Highland drove chapel ,ltC'I"
t'dnt'lt11t1.. Nutrmnet .1.
Twentieth t'Httury I'lub "t t/ll. t.V.. Puhdity!! afteHiooti tnemrntory|' to or- Iteliflhre.\" "l;>ery Man has Hi U Is n speciallyvllh u*. We will examine' ntitl nmke tin PStlinnle -
"T; school. At the "th-e."
MRthpw"h.tPfIIIII.. gahitihtf A Fiuhday
free un
(lhlt>- ,'Ih"'", Modern llt-rtltift. Ml'*'' dose! of hi* tllnety rehtitlk!', the f"lIrmliitf l- t tt I.1 e: cehl to nil. )
I, Ititil.tii( ipudliii, .1. At. tint-Hers" "'l lie nlticers welt eleetetli. : Mh I C. n yuUfWatch
''
'hnh' 1'11111,1, ) 'rftnh.Mts' WU ltll'zIII! (- I'lhPltlAS/ ( AMI
I't'llhlghMy "Iul... ''hlllI)', hull,' = Tmttilnill, UiHtttetuhti( ) Mr. Jesse jtUflr.U
Pao, II, Hilllt::! """IIIUflUt'"hh'hlehl| i iMF Ring or
I
'I ttHrala 1It"1iI1''f 4: II, I', 1i1'i4)'I! eetretary! ehd' Uenatireri -
cL: HM rtl I|1'111'++| I (till., 'MM, "t1, II, UIlIIIll..II+ ,, : lie, Ilttwell. FsteIolhlm'I'tiyshtan' ,
!
HWllMMIt itillUMlUlM-' -Mro Kw\ HrnHh:: orgentali! 'i JlfHI 'Hrt''n' a liroaPncac: It+ehe ties Ii Jewelry.

t\lml: \ lilfnH'tt! i4, ytt r": t': A- ('y,tjQ,, flies 11 tiason, ftQlli..t\f! Nrgeniat! r iH\f\nl Vmf.i'Y.' .
tAIIhh! 4' where' he looK post tfr"4i\'tI' work in o It will cost; you: nothing, mitt we will be glad 1 to uxnnlirit) 0
Nuaini tea, t t hHfri4i.f i ljliHfli ,. eye, MF nose ''h'| throat disuses
'pti\1 Mrs p. |ll| askew and t1R\fgMpr.
Mrs F. A- t IUtl::, hostfcsa.:: AUo physical dRinosis (l nerves your ring, gee: if the Pete t ure tight Your wntch itt ll
.. bliss I'leitstgneer rfctwrnel' 'last evening heart, lungs, kjdnejs' anti other vN-
Kit Kim KithM Ir. FJ Allen, ) needs! care and:! attention at our i place> ,
hll..hsII. from a four months visit to the contagious)
4' New England States, The Captain EVKUVTIUNG' IS GUARANTEED
t\tTt'lHS: Sttu\\| tU:( UsirHM.\V: : ( ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tile D
met them in Sanford! and
accompa- phone: Office 617; residence 1018.SKATING .
ladies the
The of Presbyterianchurth nied them home.
yesterday planned and executed +
JEWELERS
ALLEN & CO.
kitchen shower for
unique
a I I ,
The Woman's Relief Corps will hold
Rev and Mrs F. J. McConnell, and their monthly meeting Thursday, November -
for Jno. W. Itev. McConnell RINK bl-
Mrs.
and family Stag-g'arrived last evening 't ident. 4th, at the home of the pres- i ...-._..!. ....-.=OXlJlk.i' : =:.

from Virginia over the A. C. L.,
Laura L. Allen
Mrs. secretary.
and upon reaching their new home OP I
15 East Jackson street they found their + ; .'.'_- ;'.., :W Unusual Designs
Dodge .
I A book review bylrs.: E. LaRue .' ; '
'Jantand kitchen well stocked with I .. ; :;F. ..
i Bliss featured the opening session of Some in fact
fruits, jellies, preserves, pies, cakes, i afternoon. "THE I1C.\ li-:;." e., : : \ \ ," ;> \ .' people a jrreat many
Sorosis Club '
the
I, yesterday ', v- \\ .% '\--*. prefer unique and original effects
and various aJe During the af"r'10ftn I } :. J f>\ \
Cars 1 o '. the ladies met at the Pre..bterian -- + I I I\"TIOIHTI\"G: : TIIIII: LATEST ,- '*_- ::Ai'-: ;'1-W\ =1'* Ir- wall decorations. We anticipate
I hostess r "
Mrs. Gordon Wright was xitS I ../ these demands and always carry in
lee*ure room and brought the KUUH-EAN: \NCCS.. : \ . ,:,. t J"-.;'
yesterday to the Junior Matrons Card .'t. ; i stock something entirely different
articles, then proceeded to the McDonnell ; I. e !*.:.t.i\n ja C1
Club. ,: /f'7" from others. Will yon call here or
MISS
I.JI.LI.\X I'ltANK: '
residence and left their -
ArriveThis jr I .: at will we send our sample book to you?
At the time \ -\J.
emus plimentary pifts.shower was same given for a com-Mrs.Jno. I .\ VESPER::; CHOIR UNDER; )DIL WILL MvAlK ON: SIILIS.! i, -1:. .." ,:... -.t..."J'').,;.. -

W. Stagg. The shower was avery I, HANCHETT TWO \MIELLS: IMt' 'CLESKATED 'Y 4 ,,\-r'r.. r; Orlando Palui & Wall Taper C.
.
.
and manner of I ir",1., t" v \11 y
unique pleasing Dean Remsen is planning to increase Pr-
205 S. Avenue
Week IW SI.\N HAM EH: : \ Orange
welcoming 1'ev. McConnell and fami!.' the dignity of the Sunday evening -

to C Oilando.OKLANHO. ser\ices at the Cathedral by organizing ASH. THE COLEMAN &: (UlAN Phone 261

+ n special vesper choir to lie
Ujt'AI-; Mt'I'I'It.tOh" put in iharge of !Jr.) Henry (1 Itatiihett. noniLE .nun: ACT .

tKUlqThut".ht ; ( ( !; i\i\iit.K; ; ( mr I '10) iMi.; .---- -
)' afternoon tlu.teIII lip The rlttirrlt'ri t'\"t'h'loh' alters, Id fee

an Intel t"!'ting meeting''' of I the Oilttixl'i) wi'porlutHy! fur! the use of musk! the HAND

ty"; |'+al Hutting tongue hi tlie liHttteif lirthihiiHiil, of llglyit: fitnl' the great ,Illlttt4Ml11\"' I CAREY

Mr, I':1, I'tllll, *,1111 Weet! Ueet:: I'llMH'h, t'dtliti' )| .=ej> have |ttltii! .|",tlf eat= :

12 Touring Cars An iitteieMiittj! |ptudl'ani I gnarl tlllI"W, I Iinge!:!'! It' enttanrittg yeast)' .T h iLtna!!! ,
...It.1lthl"t i: f MI u!it* will lII..kl the flit! irl iea apd, I anlhenla I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

2 Roadsters tnUieiiitB! ft iiMtnMp\ \ nne: It \is IikY\ H Iii beiteted, tlHtt ,Orlitl\ll\ foonlillb
that HlPlP' Mrlll !lie 8 dlafHaslOO i + of tits ennuyh! e+finnietelH| nua)0| ) Inveravhii GRANDTODAY AND Ef 1nAL 1ER

"4fl'\' ''I'tltJa.l'ty'o elections.\ Mrs.I1. are' in sjmp4thy with the j.nipotea( !
1 Winter Car
I" W. Ht4nley l president of the and traditions of musical worship( to

J.tag-ite, Hill conduct the question l?ix welcome this opportunity for a thorough All calls answered Promptly Day
contest. Mrs. Kollock wilt contributea training in the highest and moat

suffrage article. The main feature expressive form of choral singing. or Night. Hand Block.
of the meeting will l>e the presentation The American Guild of Organists,

of the state banner to Or. Mary now a recognized power in the mu- Selig Drama

Satfonl, president of the State Suf- sical life of the country, originated "TWO HKOTIIEIIS AM A II i Orlando, Florida. II IIi
frage Association, by Mrs. J. E. Ensign with Dr. Gerrit Smith and Dr. Han-

Unloaded'' Monday of the Orlando League. The chett. Besides this eminent distinc- (UU; ,.' PHONE 639. RESIUEMEPHONE: 457.MliMMMIIIMMIIIMIMIIIIIIIOMMIMMMiM.

meeting will be held at 3 o'clock.) tion Dr. Hanchett's work with choirs
Mina I
4 Touring Cars Light refreshments be served. and choral societies and Chautauq'i Comedy

+ chorvses has won him a national rep-
WINTER GARDEN PARTY utation. MI

1 Roadster Miss Mabel Dillard, assisted by Mrs. Any one, whether an Episcopalianor "STOLEN CASs

terry[ delightfully entertained about not, whether a townsman or towns- Biograph Drama

forty of their friends at the Shelby woman, or n tourist! spending the wn-

hotel at Winter Garden, Tuesday fer here, who would care to ting in a I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM B O'NEAL

evening, November 2. vesper choir under Dr. llanchelt'n instruction "THE LITTLE 1UTNAWAYS"Edi.xon
After a few very intel eslil1 games! is! cordially invited to meet I

and! music, delicious\ refreshmentswere with Dr. Hanchett and Dean Rrmnen, : Drama

nerved, consisting!! of sandwiches!, at the Deanery, 10 E.: Jefferson street

All wide tread olives cakes, and hot chocolate.At on Thursday next, November 4, lit

a late hour their friend! bade 8 | .m.. 'THE lUMWlMN'S: ) SACUIFICK1"

them rood( nluht, tlednrlng they were
cars
charming, hostesses! KMCIITS OK PYTHIAS '
f r. n'nt", 1 10) ccnsl t CURTIS & O'NEAL
The dUtilct nivrllnir l Knlghtx. of
orromiu MAIUUACI(;): IKT.NSISItutliwM : :
l Pylhlui to If held in lustls'l'to'sdty: & ,
t in the mntrimonlttl market -'"" ',,; '- ,;.
-
November tub.' will) Iw especially| Intereating. = ------

, has not \been ruvhlnur in this vicinity, Phone .1 for : ; Insurance Loans Real Estate i :
judging from the number\ of marriage The Knk'htu,: of r'uti: are noted\
and have FISH AND OYSTERS:
for their hOllpltl1l\t\ requested -
Uued Judge Mar.
licenses by County
large attendance from Orlando -
a Fresh Every: Day Rentals
tin for the month of October. There Transportation by automobile
were only sixteen for Orange county. to KustU. and return will loe I fur
$850f. Nine white and seven for colored peo- niched free, and there will be ample THE WALDECKEK FISH CO
room for all. Members of Welcome' :200 Boone Street
pie. Lodge No. t> are hereby ordered' to
f attend under penalty for failure, and -- - -- ----- .
o. b. Orlando ROSALIND CLUB NOTICEMilitary all visiting Knights in the city are
bridge will be played cordially invited to join us in a real INGLENOOK CAKE AND

Thursday afternoon at the Rosalind Pythian Please good notify time.J. D. B.rnes, Yowell- CANDY PARLOR

Club. The game begins at 3 o'clock. I Duckworth company's store not later ESTABLISHED' 1UIHMMIMIMIIMMMMMIHIMMHIIIIIIMIMi)
Players are requested to select their than Friday evening November 5th. Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches,
of your intention to go. etc.
beforehand.Mrs.
partners Cars will leave Orange and Central Orders taken for parties.
C. B. Robinson, chairman. avenue, Tuesday, November !>th, at5:
Located in rear of Branch's Book
+ p. m. J. BARNES, Chairman.
REKEKAHS, TAKE NOTICE ll-5-3tc: Store, Arcade i .

The class of instruction of Rebekah
Lodge No. 12 will meet at Odd Fel- .AN tf.: Helen ANNOUNCEMENTMrs. : Graves: wishes to an- . . . . . . . .. . i . . .I..I..IIIII.r'llllllllllr. 1111111111111111111.

lows Hall, Wednesday, November 3, nounce tbt she has opened parlors in FJ
at 2:30 m. the Yowell-Duckworth building, Room zr a :
p. !!_
Xo. 1. IIairdre.ir.-ir. Mrs.: W. II. Brokaw, secretary.

SOCIETY NOTES* INTEREST facial patronage Appointment massage is solicited.by phone and scalp No. treatment.fi l-ll-S-'Jt.S). Your* = Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:


An announcement which will be received -
GUN CLUB SHOOTS TIIUUS1);
with much interest is that of
, the approaching marriage oflr.. The Gun club will hold its weekly We are selling black and galvanizeu pipe at the

Charles K. Pomeroy and Mrs.: Chris- hoot at the Country Club Thursday. best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

LWPhillips tine N. Beckwkh, which will take XEW.I'I'OlXTIEXT. it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
place at the home of the bride 16iMacon
The United States Bank an,1 Trust On irrigation
install it yourself. -
stree Brooklyn, N. Y., onTuesday Company have appointed A. B. Cook measure so you can

evening, November 16th, at & Company, their Orlando agents, for work you can save money by having us
fie o'clock. Mr. Pomeroy is prominent handling mortgasre loans certificates,
in fraternal orders and both he and income metments. If you wishto cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
buy or sell investments or mortgages -
and Mrs. Beckwith, who visited here see local agent.Kei'e as you can install it yourself.

last winter, have many warm friends. ------- r We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
+
The Aid Society of Highland Grove -- ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
-
& chapel will meet at the residence of i It's --- : : I may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

Mrs.: C. M. See, Tuesday afternoon at
I
I you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri-
,
':30: o'dock.Irs.. E. Lee Smith, pres- .
ident of the Woman's Missionary Society I a. mOS- '" can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

.... -
of the Wekiwa Baptist Associa I, --'.. ,-- closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Sons tion, will address the ladies at this
meeting.Mrs. for five years.

+ -

B. F. Bowen who has been I

visiting Mrs. E. G. Hauselt and Mrs II $;s F. Joseph Raehn Co.,
C. V. Caldwell, at the Summerlin I

House, for a couple of weeks left I I I i I am I

yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic j I I THE PIPE MAN
Coast Line for her home in Jackson- I i

ville. ... . ... . . . . . .. IMIMIIIIIIK.. .$# . . . 1




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I B. Y. P. U. SOCIALThe sional and industrial opportunities for :NOTICE TO BARACAS AND PHILATHEAS -

B. y. P. U. of the Baptist men and women. The educational value FORAGE GROCERY CO

$100 Saved Is $100 church held an interesting Hallowe'en of the W. C. T. U. to its own study, I
social Friday evening in Baraca Hall. and practical work is immense. The regular monthly business!': meet A visit to our sore will i make you a

The hall was beautifully decorated ings of the Baraca and Philathea
Made I with Hallowe'en festoons of Spanishmoss HALLOWE'EN: WAS QUIETLY OBSERVED classes, which are held on the first regular customer.

and corn stalks. A large pump- SATURDAY NIGHTIlallowe'en Tuesday night of e"eQmonth., will be Hams, per Ib . . . . . . . 19c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen .35c

kin with jackard face shone mischievously omitted this month for the reason Swift's" Sliced Ham, per lb . . .::cS"ift's I Florida Round Steak, per Ib . . _15c
of the room, evening was observed that so of the members will be
from one corner many Boiled Ham Ib . . Florida Sirloin and I'orter House
per 3.>cSwift's
$$1200 SAVED[ while smaller jack o' lanterns shone I Saturday night in Orlando and there out of town this week. The next .
Bacon Steak, per Ib . . . .. . .ISc
little trouble or rowdyism of any Sliced boxes..32cSwift's
from the windows, together with a was business meetings will be held on the
Florida Chuck Roast, per lb. ..121 c
witch in another secluded corner tell- sort. Chief of Police Smith and the first Tuesday night in December, at I Breakfast Bacon per Ib ..22eSwift's Florida Pork Roast, Ib,15e 2
per
other officers of the law state that it which time the Baracas will entertainthe \
ing fortunes.A : Sliced Break. Bacon, lb. .2c; Western Pork Steak, per lb.I\ . .20c
number of interesting games was the quietest observance in the Philatheas after the business I sliced, Ib . . .
Minced Ham per :20c Western Round Steak, per Ib . .:Oc
were played, among which were for history of the city. Police court yesterday meeting. White Bacon, best cut, per lb. 13c Pork Sausage and Franks, per lb lIe
tune telling, bobbing for apples, and morning had two gambling
.
Boneless Smoked Bacon per Ib .18c Western Pork Loins per lb..23c
$12oIisMADE other games in keeping with Hal- I cases and one traffic violation. There DODGES ARE SOLD RAPIDLY Armour's Pure Pork Sausage, lb..:Oc Western Spare Ribs, per lb ., ..lieORLANDD
lowe'en. 'was nothing to indicate that the spiritof I. W. Phillips received a car load
$ [ refreshment committee serveda the day ran wild and that boys -- -- -- --
The of five Dodges Saturday and two are ------ - -- -
---- ---
delicious lunch of chicken salad were lawless. left. The lucky purchasers are S. R. |1- -- ----

pickles and saltines and a large cooler .- Fields of Lou hmaq. W. L. Cozene .
of refreshing punch was enjoyedb FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS NEW of DeLand, and L. T. Tremaine of''I

. $1200 > all. PUP Mount Dora. i i ROOFINGANL
B. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday
evening at 6:30, in the Baraca Hall of The Fire Department has been desiring -

TO BUILD A HOME WITH the new church. a mascot in the shape of a dog I
All friends, and especially strangers for some time. Consequently on Saturday IF BACK HURTS SHEET METAL CO,

are cordially invited to attend. I Chief Dean purchased a black
+ ;,and white It is a combination
pup.
$1200TO BRIDE AND: GROOM MOTORINGTO : ;,bloodhound, terrier and bird dog, with BEGIN ON SALTS Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
PALM BEACH the latter proclivities predominating.
BUY AN: AUTO WITH Word reached here this morning of I and Rubber RoofingsCornices

the marriage of Miss Mary Scruggsto DEATH OF FORMER ORLANDO: I i
Harold Rogers. The wedding took j RESIDENTDr. : Flush the Kidneys Bladder at bothers once when Meat Back- Skylights Heating Ventilating. M'lai Ceilings
achy: or
$1200 place at the home of the bride's broth-I I forms uric acid. II

er, Finch Scruggs, at Orlando, on j James II. Duer, a former resi- .
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Tuesday at high noon. Immediately j|dent of Orlando, died Sunday, October ngu'\1\
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "THE RAINY:
after the wedding the bridal couple 24, in Florala, Alabama, and was No man or woman who eats meat I
DAY" down buried in Jacksonville Tuesday. Dr. larly can make a mistake by : _
honeymoon trip
departed on a I
the kidneys occasionally, says a well- I
.the East Coast to this city where they Duer was 87 years old and leases known authority. Meat forma uric acid '
will be guests at the Briggs hotel. three daughters, Mrs. Edith French, which clogs the kidney pores eo they I
The honeymooners are expected to I Mrs. Alys French, and Mrs. Elwyn sluggishly filter or strain only part of :
arrive here time today and a' Pugh. and one son, Mr. Roy S. Duer. the waste and poisons from the blood, I
some
The following letter was received by then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma- I ACCIDENT HEALTH
large party of friends will be on handto I' tism headaches, liver trouble, nervousness -
II. Carl Dann from A. XI. Buckelew: welcome them. Mrs. Rogers is well LATEST AND: LAST IMPROVEMENT I ,constipation,dizziness sleeplessness I LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
Madder disorders from sluggish kid-
: come
known here, having been a winter visitor -
Lake New Jersey ieys. I PLATE .GLASS
Spring for several years, during which The 1 moment you feel a dull ache in the I
Sept. 30th, 1915 time she made many friends. Mr. A needed improvement is the new Ineys or your back hurts, or if the > PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
and Mrs. Rogers expect to be here sidewalk being constructed in front .e ia cloudy, offensive, full of sedi- :'
H. Carl Dann several weeks before returning to Orlando of the Guernsey block on Orange ave- nt, irregular of passage or attendeda
sensation of scalding,get about four
where they will make their future nue. When this is completed the final mces of Jad Salts from any reliable '
Orlando Fla. home.-Tropical Sun, West Palm touches to the block will have been harmacy and take a tablespoonful Liglass !'

Dear Friend Dann- Beach.A finished. i of water before breakfast for a Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
I'
+ few days and your kidneys will then act'fine.
This famous salts is made from
A few weeks more will find me in HALLOWE'ENPARTY : WYOMING: HOTEL OPENS: THIS
DELIGHTFUL the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined I!
old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I WEEK with lithia and. has been used for A. HUTCHINSON, General Manager
'
have several friends who expect to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Field enter generations to flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize -
come to Orlando this winter.I tained at a unique and pretty Halloween The opening of the Wyoming hotel the acids in urine so it no longer I: Orlando Florida
party Friday evening at their ;Will occur this week. Manager Miller causes irritation thus ending bladder dia '
have mentioned several times to attractive home on DeLaney street. predicts a fine winter season, as he orders. I' Room and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

them my purchase at Colonial Hills, Some twenty friends were present.At has already booked many patrons. Jad Salts is inexpensive and can :
not makes a delightful effervescent -
injure;
always explaining that I saved $1200. the door they were greeted by lit- lithia-water drink which all regular -j I
Of course they always asked how I tle Miss Laura Robinson, whose iden- i meat eaters should take now and ,|
saved: that amount and I simply tell tity was completely disguised by a then to keep the kidneys clean and the i''I
serious kid-
them the truth. witch's garb. To each she gave an Best and Promptest blood neyeomr pure>lications.thereby avoiding i t Try A Sentinel "Want Ad""No

envelope containing a puzzle, which
.
Expect me soon.Sincerely. Auto Livery -----
who solvedit - --
foretold the fate of those ---- ---- -- --- ---- -- -

yours, correctly. Later much fun was had Service . " " . . . . t..r".1. . ,
bobbing for apples, playing guessing +:
A. M. BUCKELEW. games, and in doing stunts frequently

practiced on Hallowe'en. 5-PASSENGER Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Mrs. T. P. Robinson assisted Mr. I Nursery |

and Mrs. Field in treir delightful hos-


How Mr. Buckelew -pitality.- BUICK CARWe Unless Budded

Some of the Things Being Done by t r
Saved $1200 the W. C. T. U.
This organization originated the call anywhere at any time lr y gt b i= J y ; Y' ix a ,fit. from Bearingtrees

THE FIRST REAL ESTATE idea of scientific temperance instruc-

MAN SHOWED HIM A BUILDING tion in the public schools, and it has Gordjn's' Transfer Co
secured mandatory laws in every statein ,
LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM the Union, and a federal law governing of a known
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR the District of Columbia, the s
territories and all Indian and military HAULING OF ALL KINDS
$1600. THE NEXT DAY CARL
schools supported by the government. I Quantity and
DAMN SHOWED HIM THE Under these laws fully 20,000,000 chil-

SAME: SIZE LOT, THREE dren in the public schools receive instruction I Dressmaking ParlorMiss
as to the nature and effectsof
BLOCKS FARTHER OUT FOR alcohol and other narcotics on the Quality of Pro-

$100. HE FIGURED liE human system.It .
is estimated that 18,000,000 chil- :Margaret R. Hamilton
SAVED S1200 -AS liE FULLY
dren receive temperance instructionin for present located at 407 S. Or duction."--o.W.
INTENDED TO BUY THE
the Sunday school; more than halfa

OTHER LOT NEXT DAY. million of these are pledged to total ange Ave.

abstinence.The Conner.Trees .
W. C. T. U. has been the chief

factor in state campaigns for statu- I The public and all former
tory prohibition, constitutional amendments like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

reform laws in general, and, I patrons invited to call. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW
You can save I those for protection of women and i I
children in particular, and in securing ----
$1200 also if anti-gambling and anti-ei arette::1 Auto
laws. LiveryPhone Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

you buy at The W. C. T. U. has largely influenced -! 632 NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

the change in public sentimentin I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
J. E. CARTER Orlando Fla.
,
regard to social drinking, equal by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

suffrage equal purity for both sexes,: Two Cars in Service for Day 01 : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
equal remuneration for work equallywell
ColonialHILLS done, equal educational, profes- I Night Calls i five years are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proaucI -

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

I I trees and adopt the surest: method. Hut you are n BUYER, not n SELLER, and YOU ARE

interested in the very best result you can get from your $grove when you have spent your

time and money to bring; it into bearing.
Hammond & Gore
Then do not be mislead l by claims Intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

you are absolutely safe Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES; ; the originatorsof
"FUNERAL DIRECTORS[)[ AND} EMR.1I,11B1tv : ..:
I proper practices in propagation for the express' purpose' of producing the one thing

I Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit anti plenty of it.
I : fOur
Heal Values Low Prirt trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

I II work in California has demonstrated that an increase of SO per cent can be obtained our

High, Dry, All CityImprovements I COMPARE A-ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

comparison? CATALOGUE FREE--Write for it.

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by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
SEE an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

stones of this business and that means much to any buyer
W. Conner Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

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PICKS .MAXWELL FROM lUG COMPLY WITH NEW LAW LL'SIT\ NEGOTIATIONS TO

The Voice Of I FIELD BE RESUMED! Fill your home atmosphere witlfcxqnisite( % lasting frasra re-
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Xew York.-Virtually all the steamship -

Hig Detroit. Company Chosen for New companies operating Amei < > Washington X 0\'. 1. Xegotiat. -- ED. PINAUD'S LILACThe

The People"Crooning Alliance by W. DeLanry Way owned steamers in and out of Xew between Germany and the t"iiu-: '. great French perfume, winner of highest international

York harbor have made arrangement States regarding the sinking of the awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac

'I Formal ratification has reached this to comply with the new seaman'. Taw, liner Lusitania and other quo.--im! blossom. A celebrated 'nnoiss.-ur said "I don't soe how

Roosters"Editor city of a contract whereby the Maxwell which becomes operative on Thurs- pending between the two nations will you can sell such a remarkable perfume fur 7S cents a b>,ttl "-aI,I .
Sentinel:-\\e reached This law 75; be resumed remember each bottle contains 6 oz.-it i. wundertul value Trv u,
our car is to be handled here by W. day. requires per cent tomorrow when 'ouiit Ask dealer for Ft). "
your today PIN-UT
I LILAC It. /" ,-
tome here on the 29th inst., at G p. m., i DeLaney Way. of the crew to be able to understandthe von I'ernstortf the Herman; amt">a"".i- cur American offices will send y>'u a tc\tin
jmd on the morning of the 30th found j ji I I This ratification' was the conclusion language used by their officers, dor, will call upon Secretary l.in-i.; _.ED. rmtD. Dept JI I ED. FIX.\fD) l BIdg., New York

| copy of the Sentinel at our front 1 of negotiations which had been and calls for additional life boat and at the state department. Then\ >- I'

loor which seemed to say to us: Wel- I'I informally closed some time ago. safety equipment.It tion of indemnity for Americans l III-t

;ome back to Orlando; and while enJoying I,': 15y the terms of this arrangement, was stated today that the Southern I in the sinking of the Arabic still 1.-

the p*,usal of same my eyes i j j bringing as it does an active and Pacific, Old Dominion, CI'lleIal: unsettled and probably will be takenup.

were attracted to an editorial headed '1 ample organization to the Maxwell lory, Porto Rico, Cuba and Xew England .

(Crowing Rooster" As there evi- j army, adequate representation for Transportation lines are endeavoring fYou'll

llently has been some discussion going: j I' this popular) priced car is assured to obey the new law. So far as TWO nit OXK:' :-iiofsi I': SAM:: ... 'k'b', Get 14 Telephone

j n relative to the noisy bird, it may here. While the present contract runs known only one steamer has been !I --' '.\n"/ t ,

liot be, out of place to tell you of i i for one year only, the solid permaj withdrawn from service here Because I j The two houses:;: I have for sale at 1 .t \./\,., '/Ii'} ;

The joy it brought,: to my heart when I !I nonce of the parties interested gin.svroulld of the new rt"Juirements.Inna: t'rs I the price of one rue located fill lot TS: '- QUICk No 28
j foot front facing; east with! a depthof I
lead the last paragraph, which l |I for the belief that relations of some of the steamship companies 1S" fevt.numbyr -rim( i Mittrniilia l

llUOte, "The lust and best recomnu-n- will be of indefinite length of time. said that the clause requiring} that I avenue, between, Livingston and .\Jllt'Ha

|lation was the use of the axe." II Such is, in fact, a characteristic feature steamers must carry sufficient lifeboats The section of splewh with grand,: old oaks! arching the: Just call when you need} any
This is our sixth winter in this for l board might I
Maxwell agencies all over the every person on [streets thing for the office from "pins to
heautiful city and personally the country. compel them to carry fewer passengers The modern :2 story house hnsfton. ," and l we'll haveitthere
poster does not now disturb my The entire organization of the new than heretofore. first floor: parlor, living,:' room, dining printing We RUSHOrders
( room, kitchen toilet and lav. In a jilFy. are featuring1Pcsalpjigi
:lumbers. However, I can not forget lo"allaxwt.ll store is enthusiasticover pantry
atory, large thing porch on the front
(ow I was tortured by them the first Forms and Binders
the possibilites of the alliance. MILLION AND HALF JEWS: ARE and side, latticed rear porch.On .
Ivinter we sojourned here. "We took our time and looked over ,, STAKVIXfi the stMiad floor arel: large tricks f
time-saving business -
or
Last winter a woman of position, the whole field," said Mr. Way. ; sleeping; rooms, each having enam- office every
eled lavatories piped for hot and cold
refinement and culture, and lust of j' "We were out to pick, without the
I' London, Xov. 1.-At a meeting here water. There is also an exit large
111, wealth which is of the least im- use of anything but cold common yesterday in behalf of the fund for I screer.ed-in sleep imt porch with room \
ortance in estimation of of enough for the whole! family. The v. S. BRANCH
my any sense, the car that would make us the relief of Jewish victims of the ,
: hath room is large, light and airy.
hese gifts in the making of a desira- the most money during the season of in Russia it announced that TilE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
lle war was !j nice enameled fixtures: all modern and
citizen, came here from the Xew 191C, and indefinitely into the future. 1,500,000 Jewish people were starvingin I sanitary.The I

[ersey coast intending to purchase a I I We believe we have gotten the best that country. house is newly painted and! pa-
winter home because of Orlando being one in the Maxwell. While the deal- pe-e<" throughout; shades are hung: i it
de Rothschild and :
Leopold presided is wired for electric lights fixtures
in the interior of the state, and i er's margin of profit on a $fi55 car Lord Swaytholing, Chief Rabbi Hertz, I installed! also connected:with gu- 1 In CURE{ A COUGH
REMOVE{ { THE {
CAUSE
lid remain for a time because of the TO
is very small, the market is immense Sirael Zangwill and other prominentJews i fact you will! find every convenience
Lersuasion of friends, but finally said: for home comfort If '
and the volume of sales assured, incase Rabbi Hertz de- necessary you
11 can not locate here and remain j i the car stands and gives sat- werepresent., ,io not care to ue the entire house li I Ij Coughs are a result, not a disease.; They are the result of inflamation.
up scribed the task of the fundas "
raising
I wake as I am doing night after nightJecause i isfa"tion We know that the Maxwell vast and urgent. j the insures location.rentals so near of spare the "Wyoming rooms at, !; caused by a cold, invading the delicate capillary air tubes in the lungs.

of the crowing roosters." will do this. The Maxwell cars of last j extra good prices. Always in de- ;j All of the narcotics in the world will not change the condition; they

'ow. \Ir. Editor, I do not want to year and the season before gained the mand: or if you care to rent the en- !|' simply deaden the senses and afford temporary relief.
't
reary you with a Lul'.ipli'ity of i reputation for beauty, and effi- tire house and occupy during: the 'ti;
Vords. power Pansy Plants Rose tourist reason the :3 room cottage on i j DIKES Cough Remedy
but does not the Golden RuleInter
ciency second to none in the light car the premises in the rear, you would'
into this matter? St. Paul in field. This year's car is handsomer, j derive a rental by which the property i
Bushes Petunia allays inflamation and promptly corrects the condition in the lungs and
|is letter to the church at Corinthlid could he made to pay itself out. j
larger and more efficient than ever '
There is a garage, barn and chicken bronchial tubes which cause the cough. Don't drug a cough. Use Dike'sCough
: "If meat make my brother to i before, as we thoroughly convinced j PlantsLeave house, etc. Fruits of viri<,i!< Remedy-a remedy which cures by removing the cause. Price :25c.
(tfend I will eat no flesh while theolld ourselves before signing our contract. kinds, e'r.thingrhrht up to now and! - -
standeth;.' and this spirit I be- I Rest of all, it fulfills in a gratifying !i just a little above the ordinary in
orders here
|eve should be ours in this twentieth '' its of sturdi-I jour many ways.It .
way legitimate heritage j "LUCERNE PHARMACY"J.
docs not reauire much readymonev !
Last, but not least, should I'I'ntury ness-a quality .for which Maxwells ;| ; a small rash payment from

Jny place which is called a city, eith- have been famous for many years of | '('-: 'o.jIle. parties ,...m' s'e.-tire the WOODBECK{ Manager

|r North or South, have within its motoring history. Violet M I Florist. property.Thp ,
price is $r.."OO. A bargain at
No. 2 Orlando
hilts crowing roostc-s! I think not. "We have made ample arrangements I,. a that figure. Telephone Fla.

Yours respectfully, for a service department designed i F:. c. '.orxc.:; ;
S. E. R.hlEXDENH to keep every Maxwell car in I J. V. CARUniEPS' REAL ESTATE;; - ----
Room: 10. MrNViSI: :' & !lsi. Illnck.102ltfc.
--- -- our territory at its top efficiency all I|'"h...... .)119. stir S>l'lri !..Y. I The Eola Packing
Company
:; \i.L lOVEIl FWnICLE.H'r the time. In this detail we have been

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greatly helped by factory orL'-m- UIU. '"I1U. t I.UtU"
i '..\ JAIL ization which has developed a plan of I i r taif1jCIffi11; ; :IMTCKJffiDitelilUautiful L IIiIi IZ.I"' T.JIII."G
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Clearwater F !a.J.. J. --mlenhall, supply to dealers that has shown it | Uust and Shoulders SpecialtiesCustom

t-cenm a-nte- II| to hu imprison- self adequate and prompt. air pihlr, >f >'".. '" near a wientifleallr etmstrnetolllicn
tf .
.lolie llras.ii I
J'ent' on i-onvf -!n 1 of the murder of Maxwell demonstrating cars have | '1 Packers Modern Equipment
I'll'' >iMirmi: ""''lthl o"n unronflnol hnct-.n.tn-trhe. the
llis.s I Susie Ki.ne'ir ho n July 3, already arrived at the local *:ile *up.time UIUS.-U" that the a.nt.wroftie- flBiirt-ii <|xiile<'l. Shippers and 1 Buyers: (.'ash f.o.b. Selling

list; was-: rom .-.! today tc the jail room and a considerable shipmentwill bTe.y put tne biibt lack where it hcionea. Growers' Agents Personal Attention
prevent lit- full bust from
K! Ocala. Men. 'i-'iiM is I i-'ng held in be made soon from Detroit) r.f> li.ivintc the"f flair I Ijq
1 rwe.a, chminate thr, dander "f (;rovers, Shippers anti Buyers; invited to inspect: the plant and arrange -
lie
county jail vending an .rppeal of take care of orders already hooked 1 l I3RASSIERFS itnicEiiiK muaeleaandeonnnethe I
. for harvesting and packing their crops.
e flesh of the kliouldur rmntf a
i is sentence al it'a said ti Ocala
jrrart-ful line to I lie entire upper IxxljTh. Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the Roods.PACKING .
Iii ln-ilthful tlnn, that NEW SIGN OVER W.l'1'O .
was mOl > in-1 it il.nntie t and m >-t serTirenbIp rnrrnrnt ima i-
ere. Mrs Chtl -le.: Eliot, mother of INN c -.nn .n.11n.t.ral.aod. tyI. .: ('ra..IGe'k.ll".kh..ntS'irple.Dademtetc. I HOUSE-Corner Concord Avc. and A. C. L_ Tracks.W. .

liss Susie Eliot, was: killed at the / ru tic"vatuuiw-iarnudingwachwgwitlloutrcmuyal.n.me.lwith "V.alolm'ttw .. B. HI il.E, :Slur. J. S. PAGE, Ast :Mgr. C. A. COCJIHAN: ,

I ; 11.IT. |me her daughter was, broth bodies A new sign o'er'a !' Auto Inn your you
tt t'injr found l adl"! burned in an auto- II at the corner of Orange and Central ft JOIIXF.S. SI Warren Street. Newark. N. J.
I Solicited
obile I" ..enues, was installed yesterday. jaaiiii: !miii3iam3gpBgiJ.'iife!!! | Respectfully

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ThisSound SIDELIGHTS Jy W. S. Branch.

Winter Park News
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The Times-Union: Philosopher muiif -.i -

1 having; the "ager." He is writing;! -
Good ?
I I poetry about "Kindle L'p the Fin"

Still wearing Palmbeachers down

Daily Budget 01 Items Concerninc here Phil.

Chicken with dumplings, roast i -

beef, mashed; potatoes preen The Town And Rollins CollegeYOU have Chicago's produced"dry an increased Sunday" is church said attendance to !)

pens, apple roll, ice tea and I and a decrease in drunks

cofee! 25 cents. :Must Chicago be driven to righteousness I
ARE EITHER A COON OR A block 23: which lies west of the rail- i
by thirst: ?-Times-Union.
We served that last Sunday, GIC.GEK; WHICH AREOlr j jHy road, to Hamilton Hull. Mr. Hull Head Psalms, G3l. I

and will :serve;; something similar I plans to build in the near future.. I -o- I REG 1916
Rollins 18) -
( Ben Shaw. ---- --
the coming Sunday. Orlando has a well known citizen: I
All people in this world are divided
I Dr. Wm. L. Barze is assisting in who drinks from 12 to 15 cups of .
Our meal throughout the into two classes-gijrgers: and I goons. I !9O.OO.'; 1'. O. It. Orlando
the office' of Winter Park Plumbingcompany Ftrong coffee every day, smokes from i
week are equally good but dif Every race, every nation, every sort and the Newell Electric 112 to 15 cigars each 21 hour, chews a

ferent. The price is uniformly or condition of men contain alike company's local branch office for a ,, small plug of tobacco between times, Let show
these two classes, though; it is true Are Here. us you
2!." cents. few days.sUtlflhi has never been tiervotis, or cjioketi aCross
> some: contain mote of one than the I
I V\ohl, to hU \\ife or child, K\IP*

15 cent specials nil the time bther.The American t Indian! the\: Tartar, 'l'IU:11, MIHUIMI.K I ; I'MK I:lo sleep, | ttilliiti rt few htihutes each This Wonderful Car

I'T'I h iterc: 1)-) I night OH tfUrihg) ttmt rM like n
() 'h.t'l,! itnd the Httede tue l itt ntrmi! e\er! > occasion !-
child tihlil!) rmtrhih, toad heter heal Hifttltinht
(OPISN) (: DAY) AND NKillTThe (: t ttoni i the 111:111111"1HIt; his the fttlUittiitg letter i is; t-einjf dig!= , ttn! hit" kepi tip lhl stariicr'
tlitji I U iiertily I ftlttttH Kly jp", attIi ,tl I
{ |pipe| t I" AUTO CO.I
foe In: i>f tt H' jtaM. an>\ MttlstK= PALMS
= 'I IIP Merililtitf\ "f all\ this li tttini+!tra= OlldU.t, I'ttt. .Oil. = gft, horn.
hart' :.113 dtty'' in> ,the! )wlr- I'ulthaitiara
11,11 11111,1"| | )"1 it "eill" nlitu"t! l till|| )= 'Ira ft fill annual' 1ih\ifltFr Hull: I I\t! it'll'" !lilt tahava "thwra I" .a

Model Cafe pttocil.lo'' 'lt. am" toil' m.riU""f" IMiIllIilt" = twpit.1) 1is.eilioh. well, )I. told itIhIn I'.tiUn" fur I IV:*:rant, N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
fur "ilh, ,' group: Ilu hi lltttailtl
; UHli ef "IVbrwary, |{i0] A'I'hs"a -
the Ilut."I'd r. ,: of ltletlitN\\ !, IlvhUf d>!- I ;
-- rive mmtjea "rueir ,purtivpating$ ihi" sat ia| who rt) ttluplaa ttnio tu Lao(\*: only' eltecliveIt .
I > namely, |1...".,, OartNtU, Orange, i! liil nt) matruxintia: have much In In I ----- ------- --- ---------
,I}'. I'w'( '1I:001f411: "j;!, HU\.ll.jnl|{ ; eeelgslu : -
H BERRY eminnle;; anti( Voluaia. The scope of thankful( ) ) for. ThtiiMlurt Roosevelt EEOE l --l' -It- -
( lie Tuft a g'tMIII.
a giggei
tlio undertuking lllitf ttvtundtMl, imposes writers TA'CLUKlVELY: fur this ma*:: YOUR OWN SHOPPING"Onjw" '
la our own liH-ahly typical evitin- DO
upon the management greaterreslonsil.ility nzine," are the glad) tidings mode i
Ides may Lu: given, such as, 11'011the I ,
an>) additional c-tfort' !' MI the outside of the front cover of
College: triggers, Prof. Pope, Mr. and' t
and this greater ret-pon&ibihty! is assumed 'lone radical and erratic i periodical' m
:.Mia. Calmer, :Miss Isabel! K.UvanU: ) t Co) Hosiery
A complete line of Ford! Acces- Fret! Manna, und "!Jou" Greene; with the confidence! that we That word "c\clusi\vly" is a wart oiI W !)
may rely upon you as an exhibitor at I literary "safety first"sign..
sories n staff of expert mechanics COODS, Miss Wililc', :Mrs. l'owusfisli: cordial Clv ; former expositions for your ---- -
( e ahlinc Clark, )Kay: :Martin, und Uay co-operation in making a creditable The want ml's the thing. Every Kind (from Cotton U Silk, For Men, W.mtn ui fVil all
to render satisfaction in Greene; from the town: Kitrirers, I III'.
success! of the Wilt exposition. Any Color and St'lc'rum 25c to $5.00 per pair
lines of Automobile Repair I.itch, IIr.I Freer, Mrs. Lenfe.t, Will This communication to you is intended Los-tit fur that Tt J. Miiikl Sokl by AU CooU Iv. .,..
Hunter; KMIIIS Dr. Douglass :Mrs.

Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and Enlow, :Miss Keezel!, Roland: Karzc. take up,as at nn once urgent, the subject solicitation, and to toht'J Pine Castle XVI oW-sale: Lord< & Taylor NEW YORK;
This idea, though Known I Ly one or
Gasoline, and fair and square two of the Uullins: students before, ,: you to determine now to provideone NurseriesPine Ilia =o r= =-
or more exhibits.
was not sprung to the public until a
prices. The management is anxious to
week ago hut once started it spreadin : } Castle Fla.
learn at an early date what we may
all directions and} in thirtysixhours
from and with this in view.
expect you
was being talked about! on all
Nine Years you are requested to fill out the enclosed -
For
of the Yes, YOU arc
parts campus.!
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blank and) mail{ to us. Has first; class orange and
cither trigger or a goon. Sec whatis
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We hate been in business at the alike about all the giggers and all If you will give us at the same time grape fruit trees, readyto plant.
the names of any of your neighbors \Ve otTer only first class:;; trees,
same location 'orner of South I the goons. You arc one which are who may become exhibitors, we will budded from prolific beannvr

fain and Church Streets. you? appreciate the information. trees of known iuality.( VW 3-n-One! has been for 13 rtttt tie OU RcIImWe,luff stfTOng home lad cffice en.Itnlttfhtrnooghtoola .Cloth It
lawn On a oft
also hathc genuine \\'ahun watch:tuivrenocetitooila nnwer.
truly ,
Very
riKST (K.MMERI.Y: ROLLINS: yours IeeomeaasIJuIl.nturnD.luAir. l1awa'ardtjf'te.edoes s.LestsetdacasestLwtkrt
(Phone 226 | SETH; WOODRUFF President.! watermelon seed. No melons Duttimt caav.A .
COI.um': ;I:: !ll'I.1.lIINIIti'1'lllb'l"1'EI ?'!3-ielaoabsolutely prerentsrustcrtomisica an incUl .urf aces.lndooi' and oat.
i By W. I:. O'NEAL, Secretary, shipped from where we s'I\.d! in any climmte.,
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I seed. Melons weighed from Iee3-ln-One. Write.dnforgenrromfrwumpteanttheDetionarrnfusea4.ti/rwte.
our ..
number of the Rollins College oa. 3in0ariseolJe.erynherein4+ The first
Orlando's Leading Repair Shop Subscribe! for the morning Sentinel!..,20 to13 pounds. CatalogueFree. ?i Dollar Alwiapatenedllandvlhll.aa.25c(3,'ioe>. '
Bulletin is just olf the press and I r 3-INOryEOIL COMPANY
I 10 cents a week delivered Naw VOHK CITV
BMOADWAV
and Garage i.s being distributed. The liooklet is, I I .42 D A

neatly gotten up and contains anum-I.

her of interesting articles concerning i,
the college. The first of these arti- j

ORLANDO CONCRETE i-les, by Dean .\. I D. Enyart, is addressed -
to the alumni and friends of \I \ PONT PULL A LONG FACE

I Rollins College, and says, in opening: j
WORKS "Rollins College has passed her I

thirtieth year, an important mile postin IF THE BOSS SAYS "YOU'RE FIRED OR DOC SAYS "ITS

407 LONG STREET her history; not in any sense a '

Phone -195; turning noble point record for of worthy the past and is secure efficient ina TWINS OR WinE SAYS "MA'S COMING!! oon-T GET SORE ,

service. But she faces the future under

conviction of great opportunity." ) LIGHT UP A PIEDMONT -- THE SMILE STIMULATOR -

All classes of Concrete work done Another article remarks:

Walks Steps, Bridges, Fountains, "This issue begins volume NXXI. 'ilL AND BE HAPPY VHILET\ LA5TS
Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts Ar of the Rollins Bulletin and the Collegeis .

tar Posts, White Way Electric I in its thirty-first year, a child of /

Light Posts, Vine and Hose Trellices sturdy growth. The life of an (

Lawn Benches Vases of any size or tution like this becomes insti-I; / __ ___ -- -

Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops: interesting as years roll on. :\

Gate Posts of any design, Building women who were here at its birth, or

Blocks!', Common and Ornamental knew it in its early years, now look

Building Blocks, faced with Granite; upon it as they do upon a long dear

Coquinna, or'any other natural Hocks.: friend, heart-softened by the years,

Plans and estimates made for Bungalows and a sort of kindly, innocent envy;

or other buildings. All work creeps in, for men and women grotold -
VIRGINIA
BEST
guaranteed first-class. Building Piers and weak with age while the College

continues ever young, buoyant TOBACCO C RETTEii
23c.LINDSAY llltOTIinRS. Props. Q,.
a"i'S: strong.
S. I). l.indsalanat'r.: : And concerning athletics we find QUALITY

this- J'-I \

"Rollins College will again this year ___
inter the intercollegiate field in ath
Convinced
letics. After passing: through a quiet

year, cleaning up, reorganizing, amiK'matizing.
** ** th" '"inlist, hemtoua
Y<* --ill \ as
l ...i.' ...... "..I.II..uH', "I i..i.: s>: we are happy to start
v the year 1H! -U; with a clean set of
cure you.
"What, will it cost," asked the sick men who have come to college to

man faintly."Ninetyfive. make study their business."
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"You will have dollars.to shade your price
a little" replied the contractor. "I"! MAITLAM IW.\" OPEN I ;
got a Letter Lid from the undertaker. Once more the Winter Park- I.llt-
The specialist stood pat on his price land road is open to the tra\eling; A
and his competitor pot the job.
We are specialists in our line of public and it is no longer neces<':ar;>
work and sanitary conditions prevail to make the long detour around th
It will pa> you to >.tl)' on the safe break. Engineer Ramsey reports that

side.; the entire stretch of road is now in

good shape and that the temporar\;
Orlando bridge over the break is in good con

dition.

Steam Laundry
)Il'-SELWIIITI': : TO CAPTAIN
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS ROLLINS VISE

LAUNDERERS: In preparation for the opening of '.

PHONE SS ;i t h' pring baseball season the Rol-

lins men have already elected Jo

I :\lu-\ ,:el\\hite as captain for the corn a :t 4

ino.; r. :Musselwhite, who is very
i
CLINT BASS popular with his team mates: was one

of Rollins best men last year.
I'HONE 375 I "

West Jefterson Street REOPENS nnEssi.\I\.I ESTABLISHMKNT 'j\ : VALUABLE
I :: rt t o

Successor to Mrs. Nellie! Thompson has reopenedher I I't' jta'i' COUPON IN

Handlood\ CompanyWood dressmaking parlors in the Viol I t l EACH
cottage near the public school buildWARD I # PACK'AOEDoes

of All Kinds ing.
A' ,, acj
PROMPT SKRMCERisox.iniE MAKKS: ANOTHER LOT t ,e-

\ PRICE* SALE
.1 II. A. Ward has just sold lot 21



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Blackman 1
Worthington
ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW

ATTOR EY-AT-LAW

I Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

ESTATE :Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORLANDC \
Phone 161 I| worth Building.

OPP. S J4JUANHOTEL.

i Plaster and Lime '
Cement Agatfle
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

Victor StarbuckATTORNEYATLAW '
FARMLANDSBRINESmusesLars.

r i Phone 72


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

1 & McNeill Block]
SENTINELWANTS No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla


F. A. PEPPERCORN


l BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone


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A Bath In A Tea Kettleis -- --- R. RAY WHITE

The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory ia the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS '
Ad Medium in Orlando.
a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
& SALLAS
Term. Cash in Advance.
I and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water. Watkins Block Orlando, Fla
I RATES 208 Boone Street

And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance; because they do not realize the i for One Day ______________25t
I v For Three Days .___________50c Phone 597.
economy of a Gas Water Heater. For Six Days _______________75c
I For One Month ____________$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater : 25 words more or than less 25 If words the the ad contains rateI DR. N. L. BRYAN r
I 37 St. New York N.Y.
will be one cent per word for Liberty ,
ConvenienceIt's I, each additional word for each in- DENTIST
Means Comfort, Economy, sertion.If ARCHITECT
can't ad to Phone 716
you bring your
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- Florida.
payable the following day.Every BId,

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

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

talk it over with you.ORLANDO. I.1 SURVEYINGPlating Dr. F. F. Thompson


TO RENT New house, just completed and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
containing two and three room

WATER & LIGHT CO suites, with, furnished large piazzas.; sunny Also and attractive a suite- PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York

of four or five sunny rooms, furnishedor WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
unfurnished; bath and electrics.

GAS DEPARTMENT Inquire 10-30-12t at* 200 West Concord avenue. HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's

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Engineer
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
in new house, with furnace heat;
all modern. 403: West street. 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla
11.2-6tc
,

v FOR PENT-Light housekeeping Phone 72
rooms; also flat, if taken by the
season; no children; electric lights,
city water and bath. Terms reason- Paul V. Hutchin: DR. U H. RAMS DELL
able. Phone 680. 10 West Concord .
11-2-12tc OPTOMETRIST
avenue. Attorney and Counsellor at Lay ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE

RENT Furnished, pleasant
FOR LENSE
FIT GLASSES,GRIND
suit of light housekeeping rooms, Davis & McNeil BIdg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

HMMMiMMMMMMIIMMMMM .11111111111111111111111111111111111111 I i on first floor; bath in connection; electric ORLANDO, FLA orncAi. Jr.ZP AmmO
: lights and telephone; garage if

desired; private family. 312 North ,

,, : main street. 11-2-lmo* FOR SAIE-Puick roadster; de- ]BULBS FOR TALL PLANTING-We
mountable rims; extra rim and tire; are headquarters for all kinds of
: FOR P.EXT-New house, close in, I completely equipped; a bargain. Ford 1 bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
modern throughout and heating I Garage, 32 East Church street. 1 them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co,
I ready for tenant November 15. 10-20-tfc :206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
SOUTH" A-POPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ plant Special; arrangement to suitable tenant I0-10-tfe

or if house is too large. Mrs* WANTED NOTICE
\\herrj, 106 East Central. 11-L-6t

OCOEE FLORIDA WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- Owing to the increase of our bus}-
FOR SALE erty for sale or rent. I am having ness we find it necessary to move into
manp applications for houses, fur larger quarters. We are moving this
FOR SALE-Three good lots on nished and unfurnished. I will be week from No. 10 East Church street
. Rulgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. glad to list what jou have. Mrs. to McNair Lumber Co.'s yards, and
Will sell separate if desireA! bargain 11. B. Leake, 45 Last Pine street. will appreciate Sour continued patron
; if taken at once, as the owner Phone 179. 10.8dwImo'vANTEnA age. BANSClfBACH" CABINET Clll2fitc .
: need the mone).. Address C., care
All the leading varieties'of Orange and Grapefruit Sentinel 10-30-lm : lot in desirable location
close in, with view of buildingon pApF.u. IIANCIM
FOR SALE Six ntran it once.
in fine condition at the lowest For $7.00 I will ordinary
Trees any
very wood for $Ia. delivered. AiMrrBox '''' price in letter. Address Itujcr. rare paper
rs) .A. R. I'. I I/. No L ll-2-n: bcntincl.) 10-31-31: : size room. Over COO selections: torhnoxG
from. I ell!) painting Dial atreduced
prices :: :: :: ::
prices. Phonv 201, or drop
Poll, SALK! :-One English: pointer IVANTEh-Clean rues. at Sentinel .
anti I will do the rest.G.
bitch 11 months old will trained; 1013tfMISCELLANEOUS me a postal
retrieve otTice. I !. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
run !11\ taught to ; l papers!' _. 1.10.31.1*
furnished. $J.1. O I II.: Gugorv.in; - -
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ter Uardrn ll-J-iif;:
Umbrella recovered and repaired

- --'-'='- r wait. Young Repair
- "while at
FOr: SALE-One New Perfection. 3 I MAKE> A BUSINESS: of planting you
burner oil stove and! oven; one citrus trees. All trees I set guar Shop 21 E. Pine St.
kitchen table and one kitchen safe; ,anteed. Write for prices. Box 222,
Send for Catalog Description List and lowest I all in first class! condition. T. 15. Phillips I Ocoee, Fla. 10-2llmocBUYERS WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex-
today 403; East: Pine street. 11-:-=-3t* change or rent jour city and county
property.. Call and see us. Geo. T.
to the above address AND SELLERSI Hull Co., Rock Building, Room 3.
prices \LE-ModeI 27 Buick good
FOR ; buy, sell, rent, and exchange real Phone 105 10-5-lmc
condition. Write Box 567. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
9-23-tf c Aver :SO jears Have handled over BUILDING MATERIALS AND
520,000,000 Call nnd see me. ESTIMATES:
I FOR SALE-FOR RENT Houses. 10-6-3m F. A. LEW'lER.

111111111111111111 MiMMIJIIIMIMMUMIMfMCIIIIMMMMIMMIIMIIilFOR furnished and unfurnished Also We are prepared to furnish estimates -
_i some splendid lots. Call and see what I II I TRACY & SOM ERVILLE-Carpenters on lumber and building mate-
1 have to offer before you buy or i' and cabinet makers. Screen rial of all kinds. Give our service a
FOR RENT rent. Mrs II. B. Leake 45 East Pin I' doors and windows, frames, sleeping trial.: A. B. Cook & Co, Orlando.
I street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. porches, counters, shelving, showcases 10-19-20t.
10-8-dw-lmo* refrigerators, alterations and
FOR RLNT-\ good ten room unfurnished -, I additions. We keep a number of
, house with modern conveniences i r skilled workmen constantly on hand.
Monarch
FOR SALE-New Model No 3 A GOOD INVESTMENT's
and well ventilated; just the i typewriter. Address Box 612. 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo
thing for a boarding house; located in :
I 10-31-3tc [ one that will yield a guaranteed
a prosperous growing town. Apply I LAWN MOVERS sharpened and ncome for ten years. We handle income -
to \\_ L. Story, Water Garden, Fla. :
9.O-tfc.: FOR SALE-Pete Henderson's snowballed I repaired at Orlando Bicycle and : investments yielding 8 per cent
SALE cauliflower plants S3.00 per Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc I Ii let regularly. Real Estate Bonds
I thousand. Address \\. E. Young, i Mortgages and Income Investments.
FOR RENT-Furnished room for i Ocoee, Fla 10-31-3tc i Delivered every day-Elder Spring four money should yield 8 per centn
light housekeeping, and also sleeping I Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & Florida. A. B. Cook &. Co., Orlan-
rooms: m good location. Call FOR SALE-Refrigerator, in good I Company, Rock Building. Phone 105. do. 10-15-lmc
after f p. m. 301.ea h street and condition; also:: cream separator.
4 A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on 10J N Hughe street. 10-31-6t* "DeLaval ens. Clarcona" Inquire Mrs. W.10-31-3t H. Behr-* LO-16-tfc. LOST


I,FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with Drink Elder Spring Water. See or LOST-On Monday, October 25, be-
West St. $2200.C. MONEY MAKER phone Geo. T. Hull &. Company, Rock
S. all modern conveniences, for housekeeping FOR SALE-A building. Phone 105.;: 1016ticCONSCIENTIOUS tween Robinson Springs and Orlanlo -
near Eola Park. 307 East via east road between Maitland
Pine street. 10-31-6t* I Furnished 14 room house, on crick CARE a md Winter Park, one Fisk red top14x4
I arranged for light housekeep given automobile tire mounted on rim.
: FOR RErB the month, street, ; limited number of persons. Pleas- finder wille
season ing. Splendid location; large lot. A communication from the
or year, one upstairs flat for light I Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave.9193mo' ant rooms in new home. All modern > greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney -
furnished
Also rooms
onvemences.
housekeeping; also other rooms, and : 'I Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
A. HOVEY 'I garage electric lights and bath in for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude
I I, house. Apply 300 East Cone rd ave. Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east I ..OST-Lner and white pointer pup
SALE-20 acre tract 10-8-lmoc
FOR QUICK of Lake Eo'.a.
9-10-tfc
one quarter mile from city limits; I about 6 or 8 weeks old. Reward if
Jr.
eturned to J. B. Magruder
i very fine for citrus or subdivision pur BEAUTIFY 10UR HOMES I
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. $100 acre. See Carl! Dana 10-31-tfc
per
poses. I
The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
i in new, modern home; one-half 6-9-tf
I block from Anderson street, near St.Luke's I will bring in a car of fine palms the LOST-A gold cross hospital pin withowner's
hospital. Reasonable rates for EXCHANGE Ten coming week. Any one wishing his! name on back of pin. Reward -
FOR SALE OR -
the season. 406 Margaret street. services and experience will please : for return to McEwan's hosMtaL -
I of first class celery or truck
j 10-29-tf I acres Several drop him a card at once, and he will Miss Davis. 10-31-tf
land near Sanford. acres
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--- --- .1 call to see you you I
.1I 1 cleared and ready for a crop. Good time prices. For reference see the LOST-A bunch of keys, with name
,I MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary fence around the propertyill sell palms at 411 North Oranee venne. _I. C. Broom.* Return to this officer
room. First Methodist church; telephone I i at a bargain or exchange for good five J. H. Mooney, to M C Broom and receive reward.
set out ago.
>
years
Try a Sentinel Want Ad, I street. 221, or call 14 East 10-20-tfc Jackson i[W Orlando S. Branch.city property or small 10-30-6tc grove. Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc ll22tcI.



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LOCAL . I III II I .. I I " II .
AM PtfoUNAL \ : II II I II II I II .11 II "

Mr. C. W Parker-, of i : :f" I
among the business men \ ;
ing at the San Juan hotel. :

Travel 1. y- I CoL Carey D. Landis, I
1- : lama ,
spent yesterday in
and everywhere on American territory simpf sd; by "A.C.A." f after professional matters.Mr. .
Cheques. They are much safer to carry th n cash; and they!: c. I I Ii
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check; or draft wou:J
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques C. A. Raulerson
are fflf-iJtnttfying. We recommend them to all who travel, for was among the well known

business The or pleasure.State Bank of Orlando Orlando jesterday. .

Fish and oysters
II. M. Self & Co. :

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Aiken :
yule, Mass, have returned i
"[
for the winter.

Mrs. R. P. Johnson and :
left yesterday afternoon to I
tives and friends in .

Mr. J .C. Otey left last

about Jacksonville a 1916 Overland.where he f

Ride Hamrick's jitney t

/:\ // 18-18-tf L. D. Geiger of
f
the week-end with Jesse
'I : i/j 315 North Main street. !
; >Li I I ;
Mrs. C. A. Ilowden and ,
Gladys and Bertha, left
Sanford to visit relatives i

Ride II am rick's jitney

1 W-18-tf Mrs. R. D. Bipelow and

friends spent yesterday in
-..", They motored to the city

Mr. J. B. Cancelmo, one of

delphia wholesale, Pa.fruit, is in merchants Orlando, a ,,
AYNES the San Juan hotel. ,,

RIDE In Itamrick's Jitney ,,
hour, 12 miles for 3Uc,
II -- .
JPMOBILEj. Mr it. t K;. Srtabey, ohe '
tnee's tltlteti, '
prohiltielit \\
latulo eeterda)., mingling

j.J P. DEALER filth I.\MSUH\
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Mr M. It: Wttlkti, it ,
Iri'H' Mkh.i whoA\\ Ii l'et'ts i !
trip 'thlMUgii! I'lMFIiIri, la 10 I
----------- r I ,
Mtal at the ml'inl| butel I
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Mub holy t'hss fur + j ( )
pow open 'Uu>t>e liegmniiitj |
now will get ledmed rate
in November 1

Mr.\ V. F. Foster, of '
lived in Orlando yesterday 6T&I
probably make this city
YIirI home. 6T&t

Mr.\ B. T. Boyd and Mr. J.
ory of Winter Garden

!) with lando pleasure.yesterday, mingling

$5.00 Regal shoes, $3.85,
Stop Thief! Brown's sale. j

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 1
family yesterday moved to
Make your r ord car thief proof. I have street.F. B. Dale residences on /

the necessary article. Price $3.50 in-

stalled on your car. Mr. J. II. Dusenberry,
Kennedy, of New York
the recent arrivals in

F. G. RUSH the here San they Juan are hotel.making-. their

Phone 220REPAIRING ,r.r.o Banister (.hoc, $-1,1'5.; .
Brown's sale. : :!

Mr. K. I' Johnson left )
over the Atlantic CWt Line
point* in the lower [purl" of
!! in the interest of the \'
1 izer company of his city :: |

; Mr. W M. llan<*ell. one j
, 11" " ';" " " " iiI' .. .t" " duatrious farmers of Pine
tame to Orlando yesterday
wagon loud of his fine sweet
which found a ready markl't.oow .: : ''j

: n! the time to take ,
ng and do jour winter I'l'win : i
b>,'hiilx Uses best French took
re''|M'nsil.e| for style and fit of '
l-10-31-Ctc Studio r>U"> South Main.I

Ilrokcn ring broken heart ; broken Match broken en- i
untold :\1 r". 11. Green i Is :
gngetnent ; broken eyeglass nntioyntice; indented
popular winter residents ;
siher Injured prltlo. All these fractures and dents I'at! this week for another !
"'nlo. Mr". Green IUM l len
,
out of 'xl tnt\'l' when they |peas through our l'l'l'niritlJ: )
Mete fur n number of years
Ilrparlttlenl--'tI t (' iniuied articleS returning p" nl n* lu'\\, nnr, N. y". and' has it host! t l ,
\\hu HIM ilvlitflited to see! her
And t the price !Ig so t"'"l\lIll seenix Utterly absurd :t 1 1
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Mi ninl l Mm \\ 1 Itiokrtw
sue. -- .11.1 I ilea. |5. \\'. ItiHillrfr, tti | '
Unhi' |" )p.t*>nlrt)' ftnltt ''h>", I t I
spent III,* ilrtjr ,clii'l'pltnf rtd.1 l I t,' I "
tll Mh Mr, ,
I\lI.\ i I hlt'l I "
T.H.EVANS fitim Illiuimiiitflun, HI, and l i '

IIII C to,11 put.", nhsl. ,1f\II$ $hIH '
hole "114m)' =
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OST1rOPATIISPersonal ( J !:i

instruction under i
f at KirksvnUe, Mo.
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