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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: October 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00526
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1915. NUMBER 202.





BULGARIA IGNORES RUSSIA'S DEMANDS ;






GREECE TO ENTER WAR WITH ALLIES ?




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i BULGARIA OUST' DEMANDS, DOES GERMANS: NOT TO ANSWER -, SUNDAY Y TORRENT U. S. AND TEUTON GROUND GAINED HONORARY MEMBERSHIP IN






BALKANS PREPARE-_-FOR: 'THE. WORST. CAUSES A $$400 ABOUT TO BURY i:I BY COUNTERA1TACKS B. Of 1. PRECIPITATED A NEAR



Greece Allows French to Land
TOBACCO LOSS "HATCHETT
Troops at loriiki-'Vorld


Anxiously ,Awaits FRIENDLY RIOT LAST NIGHT

Events CURRY & SMITH'S CIGAR DIFICULTIES OVER SUBS IS GERMANS SCORE GAI SAG.Il"ST

FACTORY BASEMENT NEARING DIPLOMATIC
ALLIES AT
London, Oct. 4.-The time -

limit set by Russia in her demand INUNDATED SETTLEMENT ARTOIS Carranza Is HEADS OF SEVEN WOMEN'S

l upon Bulgaria to openly CLUBS VOTED HONORARY

Hungary break with and Germany Turkey ,and Austria-to expel THE DAMAGE MAY BE EVEN HIGHER LANSING AND THE COUNT AGREE HOWEVER ALLIES HOlD THEIR OWN Eager To TryReforms MEMBERS -

from her borders all German

and Austrian military officers Prompt Action Saved Greater Have Reached Some Under- Germans Make Principal Gain DISSENSION OVER ROSALIND CLUB
expired this afternoon.So .
far as is known at Londonat I Part of 6,000 Pounds of standing Over Disputed Northwest of Loos-Ter- I *

midnight the, Sofia govern- Tobacco Stored in Main Points at rific Infantry Washington, Oct. 4.-Fearing that But Vote of 15 to 11 Won for

ment has made no reply. BasementAs Issue Attacks the recent border troubles have af- Orlando's Leading Social
Meanwhile the activ-
military fected his prospects of recognition,

ities on every vital frontier in a result of the heavy torrents of Washington Oct., 4.-The United London, Oct. 4.-Violent and repeated Carranza is bending every effort to OrganizationOtherBusiness
.
the Balkan theatre is increasing
rain which fell Sunday afternoon the States and Germany are now nearera I counter attacks by the Germans bring about reforms Mexico:: in or-

indicating the the of hostile determination basement of the Curry & Smith cigar settlement of their diplomatic con- I delivered in a persistent effortto der that he may prove his ability to

on part com- troversies over the activities of Ger- re-establish themselves in the make good the pledges which his representatives Led by S. A. Johnson, city commis-
manders be for factory, on South street and the A. C.
prepared any
man submarines than at any time works captured from them by the recently gave Secretary sioner, fifteen of twenty-six membersat

eventuality.Von L. railroad, was inundated with waterto since the Lusitania tragedy. This allies at Artois resulted today i'1.their Lansing and the Latin-American the regular meeting of the Orlando

a depth of from six to twelve inches statement came today from a high scoring gains against both the British diplomats."The Board of Trade last night at the San
Mackensen in
Personal
Chargeon 6,000 pounds of tobacco in a doz- authority.The and French. department of justice is now Juan hotel, voted to give honorary

Frontier en large cases were exposed to com- situation between the two governments -I I The recovery of this lost ground engaged in establishing local tribu- membership in that organization to

Bucharest, Oct. 1, via London, Oct. is described by officials of serves to straighten perceptibly the nals and courts of first instance, andI the president of the Rosalind Club

4. -(Delayed in transmission.Twohundred plete ruin, but by prompt action only the state department as "conditionally German line on both sides of the have in preparation legislation Orlando's leading social organization.This .

and fifty thousand Austro- $400 damage was' Incurred. satisfactory," which is interpretedto salient protecting Lens, which has its which will regulate the operation of action came as a culminationto

,German troops with 2,000.guns, most- The rain set in during the after mean that while a definite agree- apex at Angres. all courts in the republic during the the report of the executive com-

ly withdrawn from the eastern front, noon and at 6 o'clock an employe of ment has not yet been reached by The Germans' principal gain was term of the provisional government." mittee which recommended that the

already have arrived on the Serbian the factory happened to be in the Secretary of State Lansing and Ger- when they recaptured the greater por- General Carranzza cabled his representatives presidents of the Civic League, the
building. He heard tremendousrush
frontier and preparation for an at- a man Ambassador Von Bernstorif, it tion of the lIohenzollern redoubts, here to say: Civic League Juniors, the W. C. T. U.,
of water to the basement the
tack are being hurried forward under is understood that they are in accordon northwest of Loos, after a terrific "Business in general is resumingits the Sorosis Club, the U. D. C.'s, and

the direct supervision of Field Marshal water having broken through the the general questions under dis- cannonading and infantry attack, but activities, particularly in mercan- the D. A. R.'s, become honorary mem-
south basement window and called
van Mackensen, who has estab- ,
I cussion. aside from this the British are hold tile circles. bers of Orlando's commercial asso-
lished his headquarters at Versecz, for assistance. L. O. Curry, a brother '
This was the reason that the state ing their own on the remanider of the "Merchandise is now being given ciation.
says the correspondent of Epoca. of \V. K. Curry, chief owner of the department today made plain that front. unrestrained movement and also pref- After the committee had made its
factory, was summoned, and with the
there was no justification for the in- I Southeast of Souchez the Germans erence in the matter of transportation. report on the last named women's
First Move of Germans to Block aid of several other men the cases
timation that the situation may again have secured a foothold on the highly ." clubs as being entitled to honorary
were lifted from the floor to I
Allies Loan tempo- reach an acute stage. I important cross roads where five The Pan-American conference next membership, Commissioner Johnson

New York, Oct. 4.-Bernard II. Rid- rary supports several feet above the highways meet at the southern end of Saturday, it was stated today, will arose and stated that the Rosalind
surging flood. In the brief of
der, chairman of the American Truth space APOPKA SCHOOLS OPEN WITH the ridge. Just northwest of Givinchythe not take definite action on the ques- Club president has t.3 much right to
half an hour the loss to the firm in
Society's depositors' committee, today ATTENDANCE INCREASEThe : Germans admit the French have tion of recognition.It become an honorary member of the

forwarded a letter to savings banks ruined tobacco leaf was estimated at captured a section of a trench which is apparent that sentiment favor- trade body as the D. A. R. president.This .

asking the names of their depositories. $400 figure.W., .and may even reach a higher Apopka school opened yester- they still hold.CITIIEDRAL. able to Carranzaz is not so strongas participated a near friendly riot.

This is regarded as the first it was two weeks ago. Opponents to the Rosalind Club
K. Curry immediately in day morning with 112 pupils, whichis
m'ove of the threatened campaign by got proposition insisted that a line had to
decided increase in attendanceover I SCHOOL OPENING I I I
touch with the city officials, and a
as a
I be drawn somewhere and because the
German savings banks and German Stab and Kill American Trooper
result of the conference it is expectedthat last year. The school house has Brief exercises will mark the reopening -
depositors against the flotation of the Brownsville, Tex., Oct. 4.-Five Rosalind Club was essentially a social
i the, city drainage lines will be been greatly improved during the of the Cathedral School, on
$500,000,000 loan to the allies. Alfred :Mexicans crossed the Rio Grande in a organization it should not be classed
extended and in the future for summer, and everything about the Central avenue, on Wednesday morning -
care
Koelbler, president of the German boat last night and assassinated Pat- with the other women's clubs. Com-
the surplus water in this neighborhood. building put in such fine order as to at 10 o'clock. Pupils and teachers -
' .. Savings bank of Manhattan, and Geo. rick J. Sullivan, a private in troop C, missioner Johnson insisted that there
The work of pumping out the give a most pleasing impression. will assemble at that hour in the
F. Roeb, president of the German of third cavalry, on sentinel duty, was no difference between the D. A.R.'s .
water began yesterday afternoon. Superintendent McKinnon, who at- auditorium of Cluett Hall, and the
Savings bank of Brooklyn, already near the river bank at Fort Brown. and the Rosalind Club, and madea
Minor damage from the undue tor- tended the exercises, reports that faculty extend an invitation to all E
have announced that participation in Sullivan's body was found this morn- motion that the president of that
rent was noticeable in various quite a number of patrons and friendsof patrons and friends of the school to
the loan by national and state banks por. ing. His head was crushed and he club be voted to honorary member-
tions of the city. Bricks were washedout the school were present at the be present.
acting as their depositories will not had been stabbed twice in the back.
and some repairs had to be made. opening exercises. Rev. Mr. Reaves ship.This
be tolerated. Footprints on the river bank corrob- was promptly seconded by Dr.
"Fill" Is Washing Away of the Methodist church conductedthe COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MET
orated the statement of another senti- R. P. Buckmaster and a viva voce
The recent severe rains have caused devotional exercises and gave a The board of county commissionersmet
Athens, Greece, via Paris, Oct. 4.- nel that he had seen five Mexicansrow vote was called by President C. I'
several gullies to be washed in the short address to the students. Oth- yesterday at the court house and
All doubt as to the entrance of Greece away toward Matamoras from Dow. This proving unsatisfactory a
embankmen of the Winter Park-Or- ers who made interesting addresseswere transacted considerable important
into the war on the side of the en- i the American side. Nafarette, com- rising vote was then called for and
lando road on the northeast side of Mr. Anderson of the board of business. The complete official proceedings
tente allies has now been disposed of. mander of Carranza's garrison at sixteen: champions of the Rosalind
Lake Ivanhoe. Several of the gullies trustees O. II. Baker, Superintendent of the board will appear in '
The official organ of the government :Matamoras leaves tonight for :Monte: Club arose and they were opposed by
have already washed consider- :McKinnon and Prof. E. W. Fly. he Sentinel
4 says that the landing of French there away __ u_ __ __ ___ ---- rey. eleven others. The chair ruled that
able soil and
troops at Saloniki is for the purposeof is danger that unless the president of the Rosalind Club

assisting Greece.In they are stopped the washingmay New York Newspaper 63 Years BASEBALL RESULTS had been elected to membership. ,
continue until the road is under-
The election member-
regard to the landing of the to honorary

French troops, the governmental or mined.A National League ship of the heads of women's organ-
fill of several feet made Old Discusses Odd
gan says that if for the present the was at Many Thingsof Boston -1-5. New York 1-4. izations and clubs marks a new departure -
this for the of
point purpose raisingthe for the Board of Trade.
government considers the assistanceof Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 3.
level of the roadbed when the
the allies as premature, it is none Others not scheduled. However, this action was deemed
brick paving was put down a few Mr. Frank Guernsey came to the the German newspapers of this I wise the executive committee
the less to aid and support Greece American League by as
months back. This fill has not beenin Sentinel office yesterday with a copy I city, which occasionally meet our I several of these clubs
that the allies are at Saloniki..France New York 5-3 Boston 1-2. it is expected
,and England enter the Balkans as place a sufficient length of time for of the New York Chronicle four' eyes, we have been pained to see how Washington 7, Philadelphia 3. will have quarters in the new Boardof

traditional friends of Greece and not a grass "binder" to grow and the pages, under date of Saturday, Au- deeply tinctured they are with infidel- Others not scheduled. Trade building which will be erect-

otherwise.The heavy rains have caused it to wash. gust 28, 1852. About ten years ago, ity, not to say downright atheism." ed shortly.The .

Greek government has seized The damage is immaterial as yet, but Mr. Guernsey stated Mr. Lemuel H. Newport society is attacked; there Board endorsed the report of

the Macedonia railroads, of which two if not corrected, a serious break may Davis, a former resident of Orlando, are articles dealing with "Rufus SUBS CROSS THE ATLANTIC[ the executive committee that the first

4 ,are Austrian and one French. result.WESTCOTT'S. who died at Philadelphia last fall Choate," "Who Is the Fanatic" "An mortgage bonds be 7 per cent and the

came into the Guernsey hardware niversary of the American Bible I second mortgage bonds be 8 per cent.

store with a small metal box, askingMr. Union," "Mr. Clay in Debate" "The I
the bond issue which will
for $40,000
JAS. A. KXOX IS HOME FOR THE British Submersibles Cross the
WEST HORSE WINS Jos. L. Guernsey, Sr., if he would Disaster on Lake Erie," in which 200 be floated for the new Board of Trade

not please keep it safely for him. lives were lost, "Hudson River Travel Pond on Own Power from3lontrealEseorted building.A .

When the Guernsey hardware store ," and a "Horrible Murder at Rice
committee consisting of Messrs.
Mr. Jas. A. Knox returned to Or-
lando yesterday afternoon after an "Willie Caffee" Steps a Mile in was removed to its new location a ville, N. J." by Battle Ships Watson Smith and Branch was appointed -

extensive trip through the West dur- 2:091-1 at Tri-State Fair I few days ago the box was discoveredand Under the head, "Another Railroad by the chair, following a motion -

c ing which he visited California, and Race at Memphis, opened. It contained a small Accident" (not on the N. Y., N. H. & Boston, Mass., Oct. 3.-Details of made by Jas. L. Giles that a com-

plaster bust around which was H.) but on the New York & Erie the voyage of three foreign built sub mittee be selected to locate
took in the sights at the Panama-Pa, TennesseeMr. quartersfor
1 wrapped the New York Chronicle.The railroad we read that "it was the marines, which ventured across the tourists' for
a headquarters room
cific exposition at San Francisco and I
newspaper was excellently pre- opinion of some of the ocean to join the British naval base
the big show at San Diego. lie also Chas. G. Westcott, of this city, : passengersthat I this coming winter season. The Roof
served.It the accident was the result of at Gibraltar, are beginning to come
Garden broached and discussed
j visited many historic spots and places who has a fine string of fast horses seems odd that present day familiar running too rapidly around theci in. The underwater craft made the plan was
J. D. Barnes of the Yowell-
and reports a most delightful trip.TEACHERS
of which he is justly proud, receiveda things should be discussed in rve." voyage safely under their own power, I Duckworth company stating the

)0 telegram yesterday from Memphis, the columns of that newspaper sL"tty-1 Under another small head we read, according to letters received here to- terms upon which the company would

SCHOOL FOR CATHEDRAL Tenn., informing him that one of his three yen ago. For instance, one ,I Safety of Capt. ::\Iarcy.-Gen. Scott day from men who shared in the ex lease the garden for the winter sea.

ARRIVEMiss would naturally think that wire fences I has just received a telegraphic dis- pedition.The I
fast steppers, Willie Caffee which
had been in for hundreds of from that he is submarines sailed from Montreal son.A
use years. patch Capt.Iarc), ;i roads held
will be
j good meeting
} Annetta entered in the
Persing, of Philadel- was pacing class at Not so-the Chronicle discusses wire safe, and has arrived at Red river. via the St. Lawrence river j'

phia, Pa., instructor of piano at the the races which were held under the i|fences and a writer says "He had I This settles the question." where they were shipped from the 'at|I New Smyrna from October Orlando 8, and is a
large delegation ex-
Cathedral
School
and Miss Margaret auspices of the Tri-State fair, was the come to the conclusion that these The Chronicle is filled with patent United States for completion when
Hibbs of (Continued on page 5)
Brownsville, Pa., instructorof winner in one of the races, makingthe I fences could not be used," but after medicine advertisements. There appears Washington decreed that completionof II .

expression and physical culture, time in 2:091.2. The experimenting "he has changed his to have been no editorial col- the vessels in this country would Ingersoll watches, all E ics and
have arrived to be same mare
present at the opinion. I umn. Considerable space is given to violate neutrality.The prices; auto and mantel clocks, in
of this stepped off mile in 2:081-4
opening excellent institution a recentlyat I Under a caption, "German Newspapers |an article on "Lizards in Jamaica"an ocean trip was made under .cases, fully guaranteed. CuVtis &

i of learning: tomorrow morning. the same place. ," we find: "In reading some I I 40The Eyelid of the Tree Toad." convoy of larger war vessels. f O'NeaL



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E DAILY I OCTOBER 8. IA Poem For The Dayll I ,

South Florida SentinelMORNING Florida will observe a new holiday Agents will attend to your fire insurance -!
this month. promptly. Christ building-
AND WEEKLY ORLANDOBy I
-9-17-lmoc
of/r. P:. GLENN .....................Editor The iast legislature created what
". C. ESS1VCTO.V .host.... M a&cr will be known as Farmers' Day, and :Miss Alice It. Whitman - - --- -I Big Sale I

Entered at the postoffice at OrU&do. Florida :Governor Trammell has issued a proc. While in the north, the east and west
ft Second Class Mail Matter. lamation setting aside next Friday as I sought a place of perfect rest; The Cathedral School
"
The Southland
SUBSCRIPTION RAILSDaily. : : whispered "Come;
1 Tear ...?.................... 15.00 a day for the observance in an appropriate Orlando beckoned in the night-
Duly. Month ...._...._.....n._... Z.BODaily. manner the great part the I saw her lakes, in soft '
a 1 Months ...................... 1.26 moonlight, -
Dail,. 1 Month ........_......_......_ ..40Weekly. farmer plays in our national life.Go.ernor Where drooping, palms and oak trees Orlando's Select Boarding and Day OF
in his grow
. 1 Year n.................... 11.00 Trammell procla- Reflected in the wave below; School for Girls
mation suggested that every com I heard the murmuring breezes 16th Year opens October 6th 1915
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN munity in the state arrange for a picnic blowOrlando Primary Intermediate and Academic
or some public gathering "for a called me home. Grades

ADVERTISERS day of pleasant social intercourse and Oh> sweet delight once more to feel Also' Musi., Art Elocution, Physical
Groceriesh'See
in furtherance of the interest of our
OPT let display and all other kaadccldveniilBr The charms of Dixie o'er me steal; Culture and Domestic Science.
But be haadea ia at u.. baiiaeM farmers and growers in observance Orlando' I am come
the Rector
address
d..1 ,... Seatiael not.later than 1 p. at.tine To breathe thy and balmy air, For Catalogues ,
of the day. pure
kdere TU rote applieschanr *
day publication. To revel in thy beauties Rev. Roderick. Cobb, A. M.,
rare
Se > for contract adTcrtistnc; it I Florida is one of the first if not the
Oanna I. and will be strictly atoned to. To hear tke mocking bird's glad lay Orlando Fit. Bills for PricesWE
first state in the Union to declare a Poured forth throughout the livelong

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued special day for the farmers and all day,
should notify the office la writing on Floridians should show their appreciation To feel life's troubles melt away,
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be In this happy home.
my
the rates the farmer and the state'a
continued at regular subscription of
until notice to stop is received. It Is Saidthat
Telephone N' ..brTUESDAY .................n... 71 ; lead in this direction by a suitable Fair city of the Sunny South, GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
celebration everywhere. Vhose praises are in every mouth,
OCTOBER 5, 191;). The farmer is the mainspring of : If I again should roam there is time enough for
I Please send a whisper of the pine
our very existence. He is responsiblefor I To tell me that the jessamine vine everything except a train that Our Grocery CompanyTwo
That postoffice line grows larger the things which are necessary to I Upon my dwelling blooms in gold; has gone.
daily. maintain our lives. He suffers 'That white magnolia buds unfold;
many
--0- hardships and inconveniences whichare I And I shall feel the spell of old- If there are any people in Or- Phones: 3 and 200

The Czar is now leading the Russian unknown to city life to give us ''I Orlando I will come. ange county who have not yet 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
,
retreat. that which we must of necessity have. PRETTY HOME COMPLETED YESTERDAY eaten at the Model Cafe there is.

---0- Florida could do little less than to I ON LAKE STREETMr. still time-day or night.

What a lot of ruins Americans can celebrate the day in a fitting style No bombast or pretense aboutit I i

; . visit in Europe after the war is over. and it is to be hoped that every community I F. A. Peppercorn the well just the best that can beer..ed r>IIMIIIIIIIMMIIIIitliiMIMMIMIIIIIililIH( .

0 however large or small will I known contractor and builder has
The Russians not allowed to at the moderate prices
are join in the celebration of the day.- !completed and on yesterday turned
treat but they can retreat all they. Jacksonville Metropolis. 'over to Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris charged.Our .

want to, it seems. o [their new home on Lake street. Thisis 25c. meals and 15c. spec-
Meat Market Inc.FULLY
Yancey
o SOME F.CTSBOUT GOLF one of the prettiest residences on ials should appeal to those who .
An Illinois who loaned
man a TERMS that popular thoroughfare. It is desire the best at a reasonable PAID UP
I stranger $140 wants the police to find
modern in every particular is highly
f the stranger. How do they manageto There are many persons who claim satisfactory to the owners and greatly price. T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

get so much money in the first that they might adopt golf if they admired by all who have seen it. By serving the greater quan- ORLANDO FLORIDA

place could first of all get some logical explanation tity of oysters we are always

o for the phrases used in describing THANKS, ALWAYS GLAD TO GETA able to have them fresh. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

If you are looking for a nice job the game. GOOD OPINION We have served thousands of Florida and Western Meats
i you should be able to find one soon, Here is just what they want-a
the best of Coun-
people Orange
as the time to put up stoves draws primer to aid the beginner in master- "Orlando Fla., Oct. 2, 1915. ty.Ve hope to serve thousandsmore Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.Special .
nigh. ing the link lingo:
"The Morning Sentinel It has
:- occurred -
Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
who appreciate well cook-
o Par is the number of shots one is to me that you might appreciate -
A well in Pennsylvania that has supposed to take for a hole. Two my opinion regarding your pa- ed food and prompt service.TheModel PHONES { Business ((35 P. O. BOX 226
Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
already been bored to a depth of more putts are allowed on every green. If per. All I need to say is that I consider -

than 7,000 feet may become the deepest the green may be reached in one shot it a very fine journal expect it

f in the world Germany now hold par is three; if in two shots par is every morning and read it from

: ing the record with one 7,350 feet four.Bogey cover to cover. This is not for pub- CafeFIELD'S

deep.It. is a score to lay against.It lication."

0 is an imaginary opponent often

tf i* funny how a belligerent never referred to as Colonel Bogey. Partakes The stingiest woman in the worlds '
into account the length of the GARDEN SEED !
loses anything lot of
except a crip- the one who can keep a secret.
ples and has-beens and never cap- hole while bogey considers also the

tures anything except the pick of a trouble.A .
first line troop.If player is one up when he makesa
hole in fewer strokes than his oppo- $5.75STATE
o I New Crop Onion Sets Just
nent. The opponent is then one down.If .
ever there was a place in this CHOCOLATE
the latter wins the next hole the
whole universe that is in need of a ArrrvedCome
players are all I
better postoffice with better facilities, square. CAMPNear VANILLA
The expression 3 and 1 as the re.
that place is Orlando. TUTI FRUTI in to see us. We are famous for our High Quality
suit of a match means that one plaerhas
o ( Jacksonville) I Seeds, and Low Price 1
won the match by three holes, GUAVAICE
Mattresses be if
ought to cheaper
with one hole yet to play. This is AND RETURN
is true as reported that the Germans called a hye hole because no matter CREAMS.:

are cutting off all the Russian what happens on it the result of the i VIA City Drug* StoreJ.

.prisoners' whiskers. match will be the same.

o A player is dormie when he is as Atlantic Coast Line AUTO LUNCHESA

What kind of weather will we have many holes up as there are holes to I L DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.

during the present month is being play. For Instances, he is dormie SPECIALTYCLUB

frequently asked. Well, if October when he is three up and three to play.If Standard Railroad of the South

lives up to its reputation we will have the player who was three down

one of the most wonderfully beautiful wins the rest of the holes the players ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE SANDWICH 25c.

months of the year. are then all square or even up. MATCHES
The lv arketOF
o The first winner of a hole after the I

The season for fakers of all kindsis match is squared on the eightenth Tickets Sold October 3.1, 5, 6,
approaching but this season they hole wins the match.A 7, 12, 13, 14 I I We Make Our Own Ice Cream I'acked CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

will not reap as rich harvests as in hole is halved when both golfers With limit of October 30th. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE y '
and Delivered for All
former years, for even as the printer require the same number of strokesto Extension limit to November FRESH AND SALT MEATS

getteth onto the wiles of the pot- play it. 29th may be secured by depositing Occasions Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
metal politicians so knoweth the A ball is dead to the hole when it isso ticket with Union Ticket
: Everything screened from the files and kept fresh
marshal the faker all the way from close that it would be hard to miss Agent, Jacksonville, and payment and away ,

the street preacher who takes a bath the putt. of fee of 50c. 1- pure.
once a year to him who can throw a When a whole is made in one stroke Fire InsuranceCOOK We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

fit and froth at the mouth by means under par it is called a bird. Two everything in the Meat Line.

of a peice of soap and the fakers under par is an eagle. The winged
For Information Call
will be arrested before they have had thing is yet to be born which could on H. HVdC.: Self & Co.
W. D. WHITE D. T. A.
& BAAS
Agents
time to wheedle many: nickels from describe a hole in three under par.
the unsophisticated citizens.Bradford W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Christ Building
County Telegraph. TilE COMING ORANGE CROP Orlando I

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FEEBLE MINDED Experts who pretend to know say

CRIMINALS.An that the varying quality of the Florida Engraved Stationery and SKATING: RINK
view of
illuminating one cause
orange will be much better this
of crime was given the other day at
year than last that the fruit will be : InvitationsDon't
Massachusetts state prison. Of
fine, of uniform size pretty in color LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
the first 100 prisoners examined as to
mental condition 23 were classed as the market improved money will be ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

feeble minded. plenty, and good prices are 'ahead because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING IJXCEPT

The routine machinery for producing for the growers. On account of so and deliver the goods in Orlando. INSTRUCTORS. '
good citizenship is ineffectualwith much decay and poor market conditions -
so many mental defectives loose. the last crop brought practicallyno QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 pjn. to 10.30 p.m.

The best of schools can't such the PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.V. .
stop a profit to grower in many cases 44
boy from drifting weakly into vice. a loss. The coming season the con- Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

r One of the best investments for a ditions will be much better is the \ S. BRANCH, I

f state is a sufficient number of institu. I opinion of all the growers. As soon

tions for care of weak minded per- as the fruit is fit to market it will go THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE ADMISSION 10 CENTS

sons. Too many of this class are forward. The first car of grapefruit
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strains of weak and vicious blood.If have a better crop than the estimate
CHALMERS AGENCYNew
they are kept under kind care- in given earlier in the season. The YourPoultry i

a good public home they can begh.en fruit is showing up splendidly in the

tasks suited to their needs in which groves, the golden tinge appearing on
their time and thought will be well the Chalmers 6--10-7 will arrive about the
early varieties, and growers are passenger
problems to us. We claim to be able to help you
occupied. Under skillful training getting ready for the shipping sea 20th.
many of them may become self sup- son. Let them Dick a- good reliable solve them in the most economical way.

porting. But left to themselves they house to handle their fruit and the We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding 4
Insist merchant
become burdens on their families and prospects are bright for good, profit- upon your sending you Tampa

hand down descendants that are a able returns. Grapefruit could not Special for Hen Feed. We will furnish it to him and
burden on the state. be disposed: of at any price for a profit
o last year. The crop of this fruit i is there is none better.

You'll hear a man say "No i idoesn't it short this year, and you will get '
pay me to advertise,as it Appeals money for it this f'eaon.-\"oluia' AUTO WISHING STATIONFreeman
to too small a class of people."
And yet when the same man loses County Record. I
The
Produce Co.
his bunch of keys he rushes to the Co.Operative
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although The hired girl has went-she was V. D. Phillips, Mgr
he know that in the whole hired she was tired she fired W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 117 I <
was
wide world there is only Cine person : PHONE 417Tti
who can possibly be influenced by his I but smile-you can pet another by;
"Lost" ad. Contradictory isn't it? using our want ad. column. II lIMIMIMIIIMIIinillilMI MIIIiilliilli

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Altamonte, Fla., Oct. 1-Mr. San-
I
Popularity is not aiways the sign I Athens.-Capt Compton Mackenzie ford Shepherd of Winter Park, was
of true worth. In fact it is more ;; a British officer of the Dardan- in town looking after the interests of I "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

often the sign of weakness, frivolityand t elles army on his way home, discussedthe Winson & Toomer Fertilizer com
tomfoolery. Novels become pop- in pany.
ular orb account of the light train of I In the successes view of this Mesopotamia officer the today.Mesopotamian -j Almost every week there is a party I '. -. . ...,.,........
that desecrate their ''of toI I 11 Unless Budded
thought pages I movement was part of a congenial people motoring over c1 io ;
Moving pictures are popular because general plan of the allies to close in Daytona. This week it was Mr. and .
they portray the evil passions of men I on the Turks from two directions, Mrs. Geo. Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs I
and women or the shady side of some from this quarter and from the Gal- ,, Herbert L'manIr.. Joe Lewis, Mr. .; .. from Bearing
romance of doubtful origin. Newspapers lipoli peninsula. j Artie Lewis and Mr. Herbert Fuller.

and magazines become popular "I believe we are on the eve of the t They had a fine time notwithstanding

tn.cause of the amount of scandals, most important operation of the war, I"blow-outs." trees of known
a
robberies and murdering episodes namely, the landing of troops in Col. and :Mrs. Haynes had as their
their columns reveal.! Men become Macedonia to begin the march, not no guests Misses Annie and Mildred
popular 'because they smile at wrong much on Constantinople as on Berlin Bruce of Orlando.
and have not the courage to uphold ," he ml.\ !. the first service\ of the season in Quantity and
the rijjht. Churches become popular, "The two offensive forces arc gradually l. the Altamonte chapel 1 was held Sunday -
because they make the way to heaven cloning! In. The :Mesopotamia afternoon by Rev. W. M. Burr.

no easy that it wan very foolish fur expedition I III approaching nearer to The congregation was fine and a good Quality of Pro-
the dying of a Chrint for the laving Bagdad, anti from the Suvia Bay service.Mr. f r tiy t
, of mankind. Titled aristocracy becomes Kola Tcpch line an attack on Constantinople and Mrs. Augustine Tuvcnu
popular because of the gilt and may begin at any mo- had as their: guests at luncheon: the
sheen of their decorations that are ment. Misses Corinne and Eloise Robinson duction.--O.W.

meuningleiB. Rulers become popular "It I Ii my opinion that the co.opera I of Orlando and Miss Vanderpool, of
because they inure men to hardship lion of Greece with the allies will Maitland.We .
and lead them to believe it .is patriot begin the last chapter of the war. are glad to see Mrs. Lewis Conner.Trees .
ism to suffer and endure that others One more gap in the iron ring around home from Sanford. She baa been

may feast and glut. Knowledge almost Austria and Germany is being closed. in Dr. Neal's sanitarium for a month. like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't l he
lost sight of in the race for The final victory will be fought out grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
pleasure and sensualities. True man. on the plains of Hungary. The way HOLLAND I'IWTESTSG.I ST
hood is eclipsed by the professional to Berlin lies through Budapest and ZEPPELINS
tinker who thinks only of self acts Breslau..

only for eelf. The above and beyond The Ha .-The Dutch government Two years ago In their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAIIA

of the human race is stagnated by a WilY NOT STEAL AUTO IN HOMETOWN has made a serious protest to NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really)) constituted n real, first-class
false conception of all that is gloriousin
Germany concerning the of
a true life in its Individual possibilities ? German airships over Dutch passage territory. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

in the betterment of its sur the Holland declares It expects Germanyto by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND
roundings. Every: frivolous idea Head line In Banner frays: take adequate measures to avoid trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
"Ol.'allmnn has Ford car stolen at
crowds out from the human mind a OrlAndo' which lends us to ask, why I violation of Dutch territory In the fu five yearn, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" Air their strong suit in nursery production
frivolous
and where the
become noble one popular knowledge become did he go to Orlando! to have It ture.SCHOOLBOYS. What would YOU do In their! place, :Mr. Planter Why of course you would sell your

Ignoble And human progress/ U etayeddrep stolen? Would no one In Ot'AIIlitfA1 trees anti adopt the /surest' method. Hut you nre n BUYER, not n SELLEU: and YOU AI IK:
It? Or, it may menu that the lift{ finer { OF IIKKLIN: lJII.fo'l'mmU { interested' the best result cnn get from when
burled ntath the feet of mlUluni very you your grove you hu'u'Il'l'nt/' your
: $623,000: TO LOAN
who tramp through life without ftc. I I Is exposing him for having n Ford time and money to bring it into bearing.
car which he stole at Orlando. This
acconipIUhlntr; without ennobling. Then do not be mislead by claims intended fur thnt
newspaper English is sometime very Berlin.-Schoolboys of Berlin subscribed : purpose nloni but buy your trees: where-
Exchange. ambiguous.-Punta Gorda Herald. } $625.000: to the new Germanwar you are absolutely! safe Get them from the Orl:I.A\\'AliA NURSERIES the originatorsof

MILITARY NOTES: loan. The total subscriptions in proper practice in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing '
Berlin amounted
Guests registering at the San Juan to 525000000. I Florida needs: in the market first-cla ss fruit nnd plenty of It,

Captain Chapman, of Co. C was out : hotel yesterday included) Peyton JOSEPH 11. JONES TO ASK FOR Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
I
Tuesday evening on a tour of Inspection Vaughan, Newark, N. J.; W. Daet- RE-ELECTION work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

ef the local detachment of his viler, Lakeland; W. E. Button, Mrs. I I vay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
Button, J. A. Cranford, A. A. Roths-
lie his
organization. expressed pleas
Joseph II. Jones, state's attorney ;; comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
D S. W. E. Johnston,
child. McGraw
ure at seeing the detachment turn out I for this judicial district, will be a
so well. lie was so gratified at the II. E. Robinson Jacksonville; S. R. candidate for re-election to that of.l l
work of the local men in the past that Newton Ed. J. Byne, Cincinnati; C.j j'tee.

he has instructed Sergeant A. P. .Cohen, Rochester; John B. :uggle'l| Mr. Jones was appointed to the office -
Swaidmark to proceed and enlist an- Richmond; H. C. Allen, Tampa; . by Governor Trammell when Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

other squad which will mean also that Thatcher Sanford; W. C. Furse New Carey D. Landis resigned shortly after -

some of the privates will be promotedto Orleans. I II l his election. lie has made a good

non-commissioned officers. It also I I prosecutor and will likely be rewarded W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
opens an opportunity for eight more E. Hy. Palmer, of Orlando, has ; by the voters for his loyal atten-
young men of our locality to enlist moved here with his family and is tion to his duties.-Kissimmee Valley
and get some good military training. occupying the Mrs Cook house on Gazette. G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
,
. -Winter Garden Times. South Prospect street. Mr. Palmer is I ,
in charge of the lands of the Lake Lots of people would get a good
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of ammunition in waist line gives almost
dlfh are sup b erb, and the twice the
You who know the freedom in the
the way of new Derbies.If movements of the
pricings very reasonable. body, as
value of early choice you will bring your \3 the old !antiquated warmare
elastic insertion atthe
wisely l making use BROADCLOTHS
head here we'll guaran- waist.

of these October days )' inches wide and Solid-One-Piece Seat
tee to fit it becomingly 54 sponged

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cool snaps, which will
STORM SERGE
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trousers.
-8'inches wide all wool in white
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only, an extra value at $1.25. of leg where no strain
high-water mark of completeness. The joy of the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that ever
comes means less liability

choosing while stocks are so comprehensive, sercan be described by only one word, "distinguishSAX TOY GAR ARDIXE OCKINCHAI for buttons to pull off. Buttons
R R are in a position
vice unhurried, is only I equalled by the assurance ed." The varying: models I assume a becoming 45: inches wide all wool in all where the eye can see

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I IN HONOR OF THE FACULTYThe t

faculty of the college will be

entertained Wednesday evening in the
WinterParkNewsDaily I'
i art studio by the Misses Elizabeth

:Merriwether and Catherine Brebner, ,
and a delightful evening is assured to

all who attend. _-.-.. '
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I

Budget Of Items Concerning ++ Sentinel Elsewhere appears in a this lengthy morning's art i_ ++

+ cle from the pen of Hon. W .C. +
The Town And Rollins College 'I+ Temple, of Winter Park, in the +

+ current issue of The Manufacturers + Everything To Make Your Fail Sew-

+ Record. Read this article + ing a Pleasure and a Success Will
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 DRAMATIC CLUB TO MEET + which is of unusual interest con- + Be Especially Featured During The

+ The publishers of the Sentinel + I. The Rollins College Dramatic Club + cerning a vital South Florida + Week Beginning

+ have secured Dick Batchelor, son + will hold its first meeting of the year + organization-the South Florida +

+ of :Mr.: and Mrs. D. Batchelor, + "this week, t odiscuss the year's work. I+ Chamber of Commerce. + I
I
+ to act as carrier boy in Winter + Later in the season the club plans to + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + TODAY

+ Park. Arthur G. Ivey, a studentat + produce Shakespeare's "Midsummer

+ Rollins, and for some monthsa + Night's Dream," under the directionof ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr.

+ reporter on the Sentinel staff, + Dean Enyart.

+ will furnish a daily column of + + + +
and Mrs.
Eugene S. Sperry and
+ news concerning Winter Park + OTHER WINTER PARK :NOTES daughter, proprietors of the popular Many Items are UnderpricedWhat
+ people and Rollins College. The + OF INTERESTThe
Lakeview, returned Sunday evening
+ week + :Misses: Geraldine and Vivian
10
Sentinel costs cents per from Bayside, :Maine: where they have better way could you spend your time than in planning Fall dresses or re-modelling Sum-
+ door + Barbour, of Chelmsford Massachusetts
delivered at ,
your shortly spent a most delightful summer. mer garments to meet the new season's style requirements? And couldn't the children's wardrobebe
+ after 6 o'clock-a full four hours + have returned to Winter Park
They are now busily engaged getting freshened too.ProCessional.
+ before any newspaper can possi- + and are again attending Rollins Col
hotel for
their in shape the fall and
+ bly reach Winter Park. The hap- lege. winter business.Dr. dressmakers and those of you who make your own clothes or supervise their making
+ penings of the world are told in + + + + will find this Sewing Week most important and interesting. It presents the new Fall fabrics and
+ Street Dress accessories--merchandise you must know about to intelligently judge and plan costumes.
+ terse telegraph items suppliedby Douglas returned Sunday
R. C. McCall, who has been
for the of the also take
Notions and small making garments: a prominent
ware necessary proper
+ the International News Ser- + from a three weeks vacation spent in
Orlando for the
to
coming past thirty
+ vice at New York. The Sentinel + Asheville, N. C., and is again with the place in this event.
in in
years, was city yesterday
+ will have subscription solicitorsin + Dr. and Mrs. Switzer for the winter.
the interest of a wholesale drug firm ASSORTMENTS ARE PLEASINGLY LARGE ASSURING
+ the field this week who will + + +
York The
of New city. doctor said
'
+ call upon you for a subscription. + D. C. Baggot and :Martin: Terr,after i fail- EASY SELECTION'S. REGULAR PRICES GIVE PERFECT -
'I he has never ceased to regret his
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. VALUES! REDUCED PRICES ON TilE SPEC-
ure to invest in realty in this section,
+ + + J. A. Dawson, have returned to Dunn, years ago, as now he would be able to LLSI.KE REAL BARGAINS. COME TO SEWING

ATTRACTIVE NEW RESIDENCEFOR North Carolina. retire and live on Easy street. WEEK AND BENEFIT BY THE ADVANTAGES ITOFf'ERS.
WINTER: PARK + + +
.
Active work on the construction ofa Henry Barfield, of Tampa, will have :Mr.: and Mrs. W. II. Wardwell, of
charge of the soda fountain at the
handsome winter residence for C.
Mass. in
Springfield, spent yesterday
B. Salmon, of DeLoit, Wisconsin, will Winter Park Pharmacy this winter.
Wardwell
Orlando. Mr. is promi- The New Fall Woolen Dress Goods
+ + +
be commenced in the course of a few nently connected with the Wentworth

days. Lumber is being put on the Charles W. Roberts and family returned Tourist Agency and is making a gen-
grounds by the contractors, Larson & Saturday from spending the
eral tour of Florida seeking informa- HereThe
Townsend, of Orlando, and the work summer at Long Island, N. Y. tion that will assist him in directingthe And Silks are

will be pushed to completion within + + +
I winter visitors to the most desir- I New Fall Weaves and colorings are so extremely attractive, so practical that a glance at them
sixty days. First meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
' able spots in the Land of Flowers. will reveal possibilities for unequalled home made apparel. We have the newest kinds that will in-
The building is to be located on the this evening. Dean Enyart will lead
They were most favorably impressedwith sure the success of your Dressmaking. As always, moderate prices rule.
lot west of the New Seminole Inn, the meeting. the city and its surrounding
near the center of the town's best I + + + Wardwell ALL WOOL COATING ESTA I- ALL WOOL FRENCH
couptry. Mr. jvill greatly ALBATROSSIn
residence section. Mr. Salmon, the Miss Alice Whitner has returned to ENE AND FRENCH SERGES
appreciate" any literature descriptive pink, sky, cardinal, navy, black
Sanford after in the In black, brown, tan, wine,
owner, is a well known winter resi- assisting public of this section that may be sent to navy and cream,
dent of Winter Park, having spent the school opening. him. copen and cream at Special Price, R*>
season here for a number of years. + + + 50c., $1.00, $1.23: $1.50 --.a
SCOTCH TARTAN: PLAIDS
The front of the building will be G. E. Davis spent Sunday visiting ALL WOOL VELOUR ". m-s
TO FORD OWNERS 50c. 60c. 75c-
: Large range, $1.00
occupied by a wide terrace. The interior friends in Sanford. CORD bell

will be finished in a natural + + + I will receive this week a shipmentof Brown, green, navy, cop n, = -- SHEPHERD CHECKSAll
yellow pine, and an ornamental fire- The Y. W. C. A. will meet at Cloverleaf Ford auto tops complete, at a top gipue, black and cream, wool and part wool, all sizes,
1 Sac, 50c, 65c, $1.00, $1.25. 150.
place will be placed in the living room, this evening.An cover price. Will this interest you? Special Price $1.23: + ;
If not, will Ford crank locking de-
a
the first floor. The FRENCH AND BELGIAN
on dining room
vice? "Safety first. Prices quotedon ALL WOOL FRENCH
and kitchen will occupy considerablespace ad. in the Moraine Serticel is a application. R L. Holland GABARDINEIn b i BROADCLOTHS
in the rear of the building. The cafe investment 10-5-6tc -" In fine tones of taupe, hunter's

floor will be devoted to bed navy, myrtle, .brown, Xegro, green, claret, Petunia, Tabac, Bel-
upper wine and black, gipue blue, navy and black
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Mr. Salmon and family will arrivein

and Winter will occupy Park the later house in for the several season i I SPECIAL! During Sewing Week we will refund TEN 1

months. : Winter; Park Auto Co.-

+ + + Cents on every dollar's worth of merchandise

FIRST FOOTBALL PRACTICEThe --
purchased. This applies everything
first football practice of the on

boys season yesterday was pulled afternoon.off by the Prelimi-Rollins BUICK and FORD CARS in Dry Goods and Accessories

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nary to the actual field work a short -

session was held in the gym and the
Repairing Painting and Auto New Silks
men were given diagram work on the ,
theoretical side of the game.

This part of the program was fin- Supplies 36-INCH FAILLE FRANCAIS in new shades of Delft Blue, Moss, Silver
ished in short order however and
,
Navy and Black. Special Sale Price $1.25
the twenty-five or thirty young fellows -

were given a field workout by CHENEY SILKS with the extremely fashionable Egyptian designs,
Coach Palmer. The work for the first I OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Special Price 75c
day or two will be to reduce flesh and

get the candidates for the eleven in 36-INl.H TAFFETA in of all
BELDINGS, GUARANTEED a big range
shape for the hard work which they IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIOctober
i the new Fall colorings, Special Price $1.50;
will be given later in the week.
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The entire squad went after the
C. J. BONNET ET CIE famous Black gros grain Silk, 36 inches,
pigskin in yesterday's practice with a ""
vim and enthusiasm which promises ORlANDO SKATING RINK Special Price $1.95

great things for+ the+ coming+ season. TARTAN PLAID SILKSIn

SCHULTZ BUILDING COMPLETEDThe a magnificent range of the old fashioned Scotch effects_______________________Special Price $1.25

contractors yesterday after- 56789"BABE"

noon completed the new Schultz building -

on East Park a'"enue.Irs.:: J. C.

Vick and her corps of assistants were New Laces and Notions, Some Specially
busy during the day transferring the

stock of the Vick Millinery Parlors to Trimmings Priced.

the location which the firm is to occupy -

in the new building. Mrs. Vick Charming and dainty designs that will delight Everything that you require to properly make

carries a very complete and attractive The SKATING BEAR those of you who appreciate pretty laces and garments of all kinds will be found in elaborate

line of goods:: calculated to appeal trimmings. There's no question that you'll apassortments here. Regular prices on some items

to the ladies of Winter Park. ASSISTED BY preciate these prices too. -special prices on others.

The stock of gents furnishings! carried Bias Tape _ ___ 5c., lOc., 15c
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Pearl Trimming __________--33c.: to $1.25: yard
by W. II. Schultz will l>e movedto Safety I'insu _____________2 for 5<:., 5c. and lOc
the new location on the corner of! SNUKUM the t Baby Bear and BUM t the Fish Scale TnmmmJruu$1.00 to $9.50 ;yard
DogBabe Snaps _ _ ____________5c. and lOc
East Park and Welbourne avenue Gold Trimming______________33c. to $G.50 yard Hooks and Eyes _ __ ___5c. and lOc
next :Monday. :Mr. Schultz is well ---- -- ---- --

pleased! with the outlook for business Silver Trimming ___________.35c. to $5.00 yard Button Hole Tape, per yard _____15c., ISc., 20c
i
this winter and i is expecting to do a 111 T Braid Trimming _______________"c. to G5c. yard Snap Tape, yard --______________________-_15c

fine business in his new location. 1'. Jet Trimming ______________lOc. to $7.50 yard Sticker Braid, bolt _________5<:., lOc., I5cn 25c
+ + + ; Boned Beltings, all widths, yard ...____-____20c()
SANFORD TO HAVE NEW ELKS Fur Trimming ______________35c. to $2.50 yard Plain Belting, all widths, yard______________lOc

BUILDING Does Gold Laces _____________-50<:. to $4.50 yard Cable Cord, all sizes, black and white.

Architect L. P. Button, formerly of Silver Laces ______________50c. to $4.00 yard Buttons in all the new gold, silver and acorn ef-
Winter Park, but now in business in.. fects. Our new machine can produce all the new
Oriental Laces____________ _
Orlando, was in Winter Park yesterday - Y\ -- A Real lOc. to $2.50 yard combination effects to match costume--let us

afternoon, en route to Sanford Calais Laces __________________15c. to C5c yard demonstrate to you.DicksonIves.
where he went to open the contract.

ors' bids for a handsome Elks build-
Slide
ing which it is understood will ('ostmore .
"r
than twenty thousand dollars. i
+ + +

NEW MEMBERS Y. M. C. A. for Life

CABINETThe Co

following have been elected as

members of the Y. M.:: C. A. cabinet:

Harold Hill, chairman athletic committee -

Robt. Hutchinson, chairman w -
;
membership committee, and DeWitt "Orla o'5 Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.

Taylor, treasurer. These memberswere

elected to fill vacancies left open i ADMISSION lOc.

from last year. I

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SOCIAL CALENDAR DEATH OF MISS ELIZABETH petted to attend. Messrs. Rose, Over-

MOSELEY street and Robinson were appointed
Tuesday, October 5.
The Concord Park Ladies' Aid Society as a committee to complete arrange-
1 will meet with Mrs. Brooks, on Miss Elizabeth Moseley passed ments for this big good roads sym
Amelia avenue. away at 7 o'clock Sunday evening at posium.
The Methodist Sewing Circle will hold St. Luke's hospital after an illness of The Board went on record as favor-
its regular meeting in the after- n
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noon. two weeks, aged 73 years. The deceased ing membership in the Orange County
Wednesday, October 6. had been a resident of Kis- Board of Trade as an affiliation of II f ll llO
o The Twentieth Century Club will be simmee for the past twenty years. :the South Florida Chamber of Com- ; r
entertained on North Orange by Mrs.avenue.J. Magruder, She was a consistent member of the i merce. U U

Thursday, October 7. Presbyterian church, and her passing Beede's Bureau was discussed but
The Orlando Gun Club will hold its arouses sincere sympathy for the be- action was referred to the publicity 0
regular weekly shoot at the Country -
Club grounds.ATTENTION reaved ones. committee with power to act. I CHARMING INDEED
--0- She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Architect M. S. King, who has are the rings, pins! La Vallieres, Bracelets Earrings on view here.
PUILATHEAS Margaret :Moseley of Gainesville, and drawn plans for the new Board of They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
AND BARACAS.All six brothers, Messrs. R. M. Moseley, Trade building, said that no bids could novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern
taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
members of the Philathea classof J. Moseley, Gotha; T. R. Moseley, be opened until the Board of Trade ll of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
the First Baptist church are re- Walter Moseley, Kissimmee; Allan was ready to do business. lie stated the quality of the jewelry warrants.
quested to be present at the business :Moseley Oviedo, and W. M. Moseley that he w; s the only member of the
meeting which will be held in the Louisiana.The Board who actually had $500 investedin ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

Philathea parlors Tuesday night at remains, accompanied by Mr. the new building.The Ib cDC
7:30. After which the Baraca class and Mrs. T. R. Moseley, Miss Bessie Board will meet again Monday AM 01:1]
will join us for a social evening. Moseley, R. :\Moseley and Walter night, October 18. *
Come. You will be welcome. Moseley, were taken to Jacksonville

-0PRELDIINARY where they will be laid to rest. RALLY DAY AT BAPTIST SUNDAY -
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TO SCHOOLThe :f.l
THE REVIVAL. FUNERAL OF B. R. McEWEN YESTERDAY 1 right now. Don't let things go

Tonight at First Methodist church AFTERNOONThe "rally day" exercises at the '' until the house, barn, fence or floor

I II I there will be a service conducted by First Baptist church Sunday morningwere , begins to look shabby. A little of our
I members of the official board, with funeral of B. R. McEwen, who largely attended and were very ready to use paint will put your home
Mr. F. A. Curtis as leader. An interesting died Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at interesting. An excellent programwas E ) in fine trim and save you the cost of a'b'

I program has been arranged.The the age of thirty-three years at his carried out by the young people, I Q i I I V much bigger paint bill later on.
$425.00 public is cordially invited. home on Summerlin avenue, was held :especially those of the primary and I
--0-- from the residence yesterday after- advanced i SCI t
junior departments. Many were Oq \ ;
I/ LADIES' noon at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. E. T.
their
in their classes, receiving
& Wall C.
Orlando Paint Paper
SEWING CIRCLE. Poulson D. D., pastor of the First cards. I

Model 25 Buick just The Ladies' Sewing Circle of First Baptist church officiating. Inter- ------- - --- -- 205 S. Orange Avenue
Methodist church will meet this afternoon ment was in the Patrick cemetery.He .
with Mrs. A. 1.. Baumwart, is survived by a wife and three COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261CAREY .
about
good as new.
oa America street fourth door weston children. Mr. McEwen was a mem- FavoriteTODAY'S -
right hand side. ber of the I. O. O. F. and also of the
Newly painted, new --0-- local of the Carpenters and Joiners PROGRAM I

Union. He was well known. FROM: THE
BOARD OF GOVERNORSTO "THE PATHWAY I
tires all round. One MEET. PAST"A I

The regular meeting of the Boardof COUNTY BOARD TO MEET ATWARLUR'S K. B.ing feature Mr. Tom, in two Chatterton."AMBROSE'S parts, featur-I I HANDFUNERAL

extra tire. Governors of the Associated Char- OFFICE SOUR
ities will be held in the San Juan today A special two reel Keystone com y.
at 4 m. The Orange County Board of Trade FIVE CENTS TO ALL. DIRECTORAND
p.
WEDNESDAY two reel Keystone -
will meet at Judge T. Picton War-
- "The Cannon Ball," featuring EMBALMERAll
afternoon at 2
low's office this
SOCIETY NOTES Chester Conklin. An extra good one.
o'clock, to allow the officers to sign
OF INTEREST.Mrs. .
the articles of incorporation. The attendance ,
has to LOANSIf
C. G. Westcott gone
of all the executive officersof
Philadelphia where she will visit, calls answered Promptly Dayor
the several boards of trade com- you wish to buy, build or repair I
Atlantic
later going to New York and
City before returning home. posing the county body is urged by your house, we are making some city Night. Hand Block.
President W. C. Temple, of Winter loans. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.

TOO t.A TE TO CLASSIFY Park. I-10-12tc Orlando Florida.PHONE .

APOPKA NEWS EDITOR IN ,
FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully ORLANDO YESTERDAYThe INGLENOOK CAKE AND 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
equip ed. 416 Revere street, Con- CANDY PARLOR
$100.00 cord Park.. 10-5-12t*
Sentinel received an appreci-
FOR /'SALE-Second hand Ford run- ated call yesterday from Editor E. C. Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches

abftut. Inquire of II. R. Berry, cor- Harrington, of the Apopka News. He etc. 111111111111111*
Orders taken for parties. IIIMMMtllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
and Church streets.
r One Cylinder Cadil- ner Alain has recently purchased the plant and
10- -tfc Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
good will of the News and is makinga Arcade f

lac Truck. FDR RENT-Furnished rooms for rattling good paper. Mr. Harrington .
/ light housekeeping; all modern con- is an old hand at the business andif
.Veniences. 312 E. South street. he is given the proper support will FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R WEAL ;

1 O- -Gt. no doubt continue to do unexcelled

FOR RENT-Two furnished or un- missionary work for west Orange. nr 13 ross MakinR ,
furnished rooms; bath electric
lights and all modern conveniences. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED IN '.r.-...+.r
Address XYZ, Sentinel office. SEPTEMBER
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WE AUK IN POSITION to cell, v\ marring
change or rent your city and countylrnlerty Twenty..three licenses' were
Call and fee us. Ceo. T. Issued,! during! the month of Septem CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
"Hull Co., Hock building, Room 3. l her by County Judge! Martin Ofth !i' Mrs. Burnett
lU-6'lmoc number elevenver! vshltes and twelve

, CIIICKKNit-l-'nr: -quick Milei' 4ft |iul'> were rulared.Nl'uI nllhlonfilJll! Drennmnker of the Loans Real Estate

'let, and '.' m-XeifU.I full bred .high I. Yowell'DticKworth Co has
$350.00 dint' /H.' t', Whltltllmnll\ *' Iwrtfttw (, I 18 llitl;: ON ,\ /HKHIOUMCIIAHGK :( ( ) ", ,
(lull nt Oilmiil) /Sped' lUll I I'nnlm'e the 4th Rentals
C'rtV ami\ fttuttt' Orange. I'hone jiiiJ, opened l her parlors; on

lo-5,3te: floor and Invites, the public and
'red Williams, a negros* Arr j
5 Passenger 11912 WANTED-Middle' aged' lady, with ed Saturday night by Sheriff Gonl t'l epeclnll y her friends to call
children, to cook and' keep house
no on serious charge He is being held I
Studebaker. N for two men in country resilience, for the November term of the crinv
wly three-fourths mile from city; must l>e -
good cook and tidy. Address 11 O, C., anal court
care of the Sentinel. 10-5-Gt
painted and rebuilt. DR. PERSON RETURNS 4th Floor Yowell-
PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield ESTABLISHED lug
cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200;
t $1.25 for 500; $2.00: per 1,000; post- Dr. W. C. Person has returned from Duckworth Bldg.Orlando .
paid. Tomato and eggplants, same a trip to points in North Carolina and
price. Large "Favorite" dry land Baltimore. Miss Agnes Person will '
5 for 50c. Fred M.
banana plants, remain in Asheville, N. C., for a while MMIIIMMIIMIIIIIimilMIIIMMMMIMIHand's
Fla.
Preston Pine Castle,
10-5-d&w-tf.with friends.

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''THE SOUTH FLORIDA CHAMBER men, the cream of the progressivemen lPWORTH LEAGUE TOPIC CARDFor ''YOUNG WHITE WOMAN SEN. I NOTICE

I OF COMMERCE CREATED ON in that county, and of this selected TENCED TO CII.lXXG I -1

do you Ii NEW LINES group of men then elect as their I IN ATLANTA Application for Tax Deed LaderSection

president from their number the man, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND I 8 of Chapter 4SS8.
1 Laws of Florida
hope for in a ; By W. C. Temple, of Winter Park inManufacturers in their judgment, best fitted to head DECEMBER Atlanta-Can you imagine a young

Record publishedat them. white woman in chains working; on I Notice is hereby given that G Wood
varnish ? OCTOBER 3, 1915 Burden, of Orlando, Fla.,
pUn'ha:
Baltimore Md. It is
logical to assume that the the public roads in Georgia, with a
"Epworth League Rally Day" I of tax certificate No. 11: % dated the
president of the County Board is the Leader-Mr. James Burden guard armed with a rifle to keep heron T>th day of June, A. D. llIl.ha: filM

Tampa Fla.. Sept. 22, 1915. one man in that county best! equippedby Asi..tantsIils! Georgia Wiirfall, the job? That is what you wouldsee aid certificate in my otFioc. wad h..
Editor Manufacturers Record: I education and achievement to help Kendrick Guernsey Miss! Esther; if the sentence of the local criminal made application for tat; deed to ,_I.,
Ley. in accordance with law. Stud: <'"
HEI j I will explain to you briefly our that county and the world. Therefore court In the case! of Mrs.I Janie rate embraces the following .ii'o' 0>riiProperty
method of organization of the South the South Florida Chamber of OCTOBKR: 10, 1U15: Smith of East; Point were carried out. ( situated] in Orange ,-"DM'

A / I OwU Florida Chamber of Commerce, which Commerce as organized! ), having for Triangle Society. The young woman was charged I \ to-wit: Northwest nun
i will enable you to ITO that It will reI its membership all of the County: with l being drunk and disorderly' on of southwest quarter ("lees I n.In'J; '
TROARWSHEs I OCtOlJKK: 17, llUR I in tiorthwent eornerl.' ",'('hOh I", MW
quire time for Ult to get In complete Hoards of Trade of :South'\ "Florida the public hIJtI1\\-t\)'. and n" theta were hip U"' south range 2.i ",,"I. Tlia
.. Politic
I "Cnn We fur (ill.U"
i working, order. nnd every member' of the executive Oiptuie 1\/11\. :j*: H-L'2. flk'KWVttU'd features of the olfi-nce wild!' land !being niti>eni"e
I There are 22: C'OUhte.1t! in South committee of the! South Florida 'l.vndrrMlM Mury MrCull"tiith.AMUtuiitP the judge felt it his duty t".In.lsrae.| n of the, the mums 11I"'Ilh'tit of: 1V. E I:. Martin such

Horldn, In which the clinmto unit Mill Chamber of Commerce muM be =Mr.1 "'''\' H. \VlHK-, Mss hie( uf I J'J month on the,..tilt ln gang. Unlr** ntiM l rcrtlilcwtp<< shall IT rr
condition tire very similar; therefore rlccled l l-y the executive committeeof Klmltm": GouldI Ir. Curl Benders Thm' U the UMW) nlternnthe of drrnu-d '''','nrlllll': to lute fits ir 'it,

I the community Interests' of t those the South Florldd Chamber of hull $loll flue\ but this the )'OltllltJII, \ tn will Issue tluMTon on th > .HI day n

:XI: counties are "No. similar. There U Commerce from its own l"ody. Therefore IW1'OIlI':1() : : ::'::1.! 1:115: cannot 111'I'rllkt\)', S""t'mt.t'f.Witnt A, D oiTicinl UMR. signature |
VWn varnUh for my ni i
tiny
fUMira you y'ou hnij that it will Improve your utmost a* much difference between having gathered) together in the "The inldrn; Ilwirt of HMU I."g" \ ha* been siupi'iuled pend.ini" soul this. the iird day of October .\ tt
the appranuivp uf, thotxj iluur ,,111that the habit of thought, environment various counted the ono inun bent, ( .|on .Stu.ly Rally l PI\Y) appeal( to the higher court, and 1VU5.I' : .
will U durable each John 4I1.:1ri: :\ :;/ ; (17i: 15-23:':: I Seal..) R. lt.( ROBINSON:
It and possibilities| between South Florida fitted to represent county; and Lvuder-Minn llally Ley. even though the appeal U not sustained -
Clerk Circuit Court. train
Unfortunately much that la! wild for und North and Went Florida RII having selected! from the e ;22: men I by ) it U probable that the sentence County, Florida. :;:"

tUatr varnish won't; realize that hope there is between Florida anti Tennessee. his )peer the one man who it their OCTOBER: J1: : 1315 will be modified) some \\tiy. _ _
fur you.tjiwwm'i. With nil South )o'lorllllrl.'allzln judgment, U best' fitted to head this "!low Chril Organized fur Personal h

*a wonderful Lualrn,ilrrp Elastic,liutmu Floor finish.Varnlahha .Ill Is this situation they organized the general body, is it not fair to assume Mnikrt: :.11-4' Work.Luke 10:12.: $;Il.k SniCKINGS: (; 1IAII BANK: H.R.BERRYA
;
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applied brc u it I.Cady tI. that the South Florida Chamber of
I. unniudllrd rralih 11 hilI'. It dn.. aliMilulely dust work for the benefit of South Flor- Commerce should not, through this ASIII'IlunllC-1\1I1111 Lois i'edrick Mr. ClevelnndMuniipnl Judge Cull
free In from five In hours and
even net
".rtlln twenty-four bwun.A ida as a whole without regard to any sifting lrO'e8lcOnIOUclnle into n Stuart Could; Miss Ruby Witkiru. has ruled that it N /gross negligencefor

,')eronomy.that U wonderfuL. Lualra ha a coveringcapacity further sectional differences. There body of 22: men, the cream of all NOVEMBER\ 7, 1U5! a woman to carry money in silk complete line of Ford Accessories
has been in pant nome strong South Florida, for its development stockings while
years "A PropheH Cheat Promise to Youth enjoying nn outingin
Try out of Lutro felutte floorVarnlah
a CM*
at our rlik,relurnaU* II uiuatia. feeling between the East Coast tend I can nay thin without throwing any Jt'nllt'r-\III'1t: KllznVrljrht.; Lunn Park Mm. Jennie Hnddad i ; n atnlt! of expert mechanics i
.....u". the Went Conut of South Florida We ho<]uetN nt myself, because I have not Ansi..tantB-Mi tI" Alta Wright, Mr.K. rued Mrs.\ Emily Cloilcll to recover
to render nti fnction
:. O. AIt'XIh.lor'r.: J. :M. \Vltf. [ [ in nil
Made by Valentine & Co. nre breaking down this barrier and been selected this WIWht'n the fall $&.) which he /gave Mr*. Clodell for

Manufacturers of are working together AM n unit, east preliminary I organization wan formedin ntife keeping lines of Automobile Repair

and went, for the !good of South Flor Tampa, something like two month N)1'E5liiKtt) : : 14, 1015: Mm.\ CKidpll the plitlntlir alleged

TALStAK and Ida. ago, necessarily' were obliged to Triangle Society loot the money nut of her silk Mock-. Work Vulcanizing Oils anti t

VAIrINAMEL: Our method of orgnnUntlon U thin: elect temporary o_ _cern to servi. until Ing. Airs CUnlrll told the judge! that Gasoline, and fair and square
NO\'IMmU: : :::1 i, ItUS\
In pneh county In South I''larlda" / I" complete! organisation of South" she was in the Itnhit of nmklng n

> I I It there are numerous town having Florida could be. brought! About on the "Haw Can We Show Our>> (:CrAtltude" : bank out of her stockings. and never prices.

All to be had atFINLEY'S I[their local boards of trade, most, if above linen Ami (n meeting will beheld I'"", 40): ,iI.lI| |; 110: HMD.;: : had' lust Any money ?o b\nke.I, She
1.cader-Mr 1 Kendrlvk (
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at Orlando, Flu,, on November Juernsey. I IIIIII.hmt
not All of them, unusually active and! could not explain how the money walost.
\ i Mr, Arthur
Miss
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I!energetic, but naturally working for 11 for the purpose of adopting the I Florida !toward I MU Uuth Me. I For Nine YearsWe
STORE i their own individual municipality final constitution and by-laws along I Cullough I w
Phone 67. Tine and Court these lines and the into .
Stg. These hoards of trade are and always carrying practical NOVEMBER 2S, 1915 A remarkable set of books ten vol- have been In business at the
have been, good things for the town operation of this theory.No umes in all, has been compiled by the
': complete description of this "Gentlemen,(Commoner Missionary., >)>First Bishop order of Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbilt same location, Corner of South

plan has ever been published either of Methodism and its First Foreign
FOR SALE being newspaper clippings on the destruction Main and Church Streets.
South Florida have been built up entirely by any of our State papers or any Missionary. Who?" of the Lusitania May 7th
by the activity and enterpriseof outside papers, and as the Manufac- Rom. 1: 7-11. Phone 226
Leader-Miss Anna Eckles. 1915. They are bound in Russian
II turers Record has fit to interest
a comparatively few men in the seen levant, and \vjll in time be presented "
community who comprise their boards itself so much and so favorably in I DECEMBER 5, 1915 ,
5 acres, quarter mile from city, half to Yale University.Try .
in bearing budded orange and '''of trade, and it is a foregone conclusion Florida developments, I have taken "A Nameless Prophet Who" Kept I Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
pleasure in dictating to first of Fresh God's Name.
that in community that is you
grapefruit, 1500. any Mai. (":\IylessenJer") 3: 13-18; a Sentinel want ad. j I
all our outline of organization and and Garage
,alive and hustling its board of trade
10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young 4:2.
bearing grove; email house. $2,000. j membership is comprised of the scope of our aim in order that you Leader-Mr. Ray R.: White. !.
cream of the community. It also :may if you see fit, publish such of Assistants-Mrs. James Burden. :Miss
10 dose in 8
extra
acres, ; acres good
Jane Gardner Mr. Horace :Merck. .
:this as seems worth while in order ,
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking roes without saying that the man in
land. $600.00. I that board who, of the whole lead, is 'that other communities may, perhaps, DECEMBER 12, 1915

SO acres all fenced 20 cleared; small (the most energetic, active, able and [think along the same lines and followour Triangle Society.DECEIBER Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
is his followers in methods of organization.
grove; 4-room house; good barn progressive, by ,
and outbuil nigs. A at $1,200 recognition of those abilities made SOUTH FLORIDA CHAMBER OF 19, 1915 DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
snap president of that local board.It COMMERCE: "The Christmas Song of World Peace."
40 acres 15 acres fenced small Leader.-\liss Ester Ley.Assistants .
is, therefore, perfectly logical to By W. C. Temple, President.
house, garage and outbuildings. -Miss Lysle Connell, Rev.J. .
The land corners on large spring assume that in any town worth while, B. Ley, :Mr. Frank Smith. Values Low Prices

lake. Very cheap, $1,500. the citizen most worth while is the '

40 acres, unimproved miles out, president of its board of trade. Of DECEMBER 26, 1915 COMPARE tOUR
course, towns without boards of trade "Looking Onward to the God of All
$1,000. the Year."
I
are not worthy of consideration, be. Don't Us Heb.. 12: 1, 2-12 14. FURNITURE
City and Country cause they are too dead to count anyway Forget Leader Mr. Geo. Banschbach.

i and are simply excess baggagein Assistants-Miss Hally Ley, Miss Alta -
Property At War the train of progress. Therefore Wright )Ir. Stuart Gould. We provide the quality of kurniture' that has long been accepted
by knowing furniture buys as the standard of merit. If
believing in this way and arguing when in
HIS DEER HUNT STOInCOST an article is here it is good. It wo Jdn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Time PricesCALL along these lines, we decided that if
need HIM S3IUW FINE can't make this point too deaf-it is one of the foundation
the South Florida Chamber of Commerce off
stones of this business, and that n\cans\ much to any buyer.
is to be composed of the very

OR PHONE cream of the cream of South Florida Lacrosse, Wis.-Last November. -

E. C. YoungRoom hustlers, we will organize in this Claude Ralph, wealthy Eau Claire
& ;
way farmer went to Sawyer: county in pursuit 'McNEILL DAVIS BLOCK
10, McNeill &: Davis Block. In each county In South Florida JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction of dvvr. lie bronchi: home a big .

1'hono COD.: there will be organized! a county six;-hornt'tl buck and his story of the Corner Orange Ave and Church Street Orlando Florida

board of trade. chase was bigger than the deer. .
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Each local l oard of trade in the "That's a beautiful buck head you

MisdirectedEconomy county will become a member of the have there," remarked E. W. Gautsch,

county board of trade. Conservation Agent the other day.

The executive committee of each "You can bet it is," said Ralph:

county board of trade shall consist GuaranteedOur and he proceeded with his graphic

solely of the presidents of the local account of the kill. ORLANDO ROOFING

Trying to save a few cents by i hoards of trade and ntTiliated with the Pricesare 'Stranger," said Gautsch an In- ANt

having your work handled by inferior 1 county board of trade, and this executive dian at Winter says he sold it to you

hands. I committee elects from their own for $7.00." METAL
reason- SHEET CO.
Your personal influence is number the president and first and A few hours later the marksman'

greatly enhanced when you are second vice-president of the countyboard able. appeared in court pleaded guilty to -- --- -

clad in Immaculate linen. of trade.Therefore havingpurchased panic in his possession -
the county board of and stripped $'10 from a fat roll Metal Slate, Tile, Tim, Asbestos .

S. I trade, becomes an association of a"so- to pay the fine.No I
OrlandoSteam l'iatln1ancl the governing hotly of Our I II and Rubber Ro fings
"Quality"
I I the county l board of trade is composed individual with anything to dl :

Laundry I solely of the hoards of trade or trade can successfully And a buyer i I Cornices, SkyIlflhtsJIeatlng, VentllaNng, 1"lallCelllnDS

in that county affiliated therewith. Motto or trader without the aid of the Sentinel I

FKENCH DttY CLEANERSLAUNDERERS I Our Idea Is that we would thereby' want fed*. Remember that its Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

bring. together nn 1H't'utht'ommlt.. circulation reprefenti nve-ilxthi el I

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the office telephone No. 24. Ac- F. A. PEPPERCORN.
I counts opened by telephone will be
I payable the following day.Evel'1 .
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BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
Home Every Busines8-
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Every Man has use for a I Phone 37
Sentinel Want Ad. R. RAY WHITE


ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS

vrMThLT\ FOIl SALE Room 44
: & SALLAS
11 FOR SALE-One cylinder Reo car, Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
new tires, 50; parlor organ, in 20S Boone Street
piano case, $50; ; a lot of window
frames, cheap; ice Lox1; piano Phone 597.
stools, 75c. Tracy's Carpenter shop,
IS East church. 10-3-Ct

L. Percival Hutton
FOR SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good '
condition. Write Box 007. DR. N. ;L. BRYAN
9-23-tfc 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

\ FOR SALE-Abbott-Detroit touringcar DENTIST ARCHITECT
; first class condition; $:375; if Phone 716
1\ taken right away. Let us show it to McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
you. Box l>3, Orlando, Fla. -2i: : -Gt* Rooms 2 and. 3Yowell.Duckworth-
Florida.
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; Bldg
1I has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping Member F. A. A.
porches, heating plant; is modern I
throughout. Smaller. 7 room house
- -
all i modern.: Mrs. Wherry=, 106 East
I Central avenue. 9-30-Imo* SURVEYINGPlating Dr. F. F. Thompson

FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER
Furnished 14 room house, on brick and Sub-Dividing Dentist
Housefor street, arranged for light housekeeping. -
In
Mary Sunshine Delights Keeping Splendid location; large lot. .
Terms. Owner, 10 \V. Concord Ave '. PROMPT AND ACCURATE
housekeeping has been freed of all its unpleasantness for Mary-freed from all the disagreeable 9-19-3mo WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
trouble and drudgery,of all the unnecessary work by Gas-the Modern Fuel. How delightful is a break-

fast prepared by Mary Sunshine in her All Kitchen. How radiant with the pure joy of living is Maryas FOR RENT cottage, OR, modern SALE, CHEAPSixroom No. 303 East HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
and muffias fresh from the Gas Range!
wonderful coffee fluffy
in the
she brings Pine street. Call ,at No. 305 East
Engineer
She has learned to profit by this wonderful household helpGasShe Pine, or Lord & Bradshaw. 1036tcFOR

QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
knows from experience how cozy a little Gas Heater can make a bedroom on a chilly morning. Then one quarter mile from city limits; .,
the Gas Water Heater-how quickly it does warm a bath. very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
Is house- poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Phone 72
Gas leads Mary along the path of least resistance to real enjoyment of housekeeoing. your 6-9-tf

work a drudgery or a pleasure?

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO., Department FOR RENT Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. U H. RAMSDELl

FOR RENT A good ten room house, OPTOMETRIST
_. A with modern conveniences, central_ and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE
ly located; just the thing for board- FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
ing house; located in a prosperousand
growing town; business room on Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
f ainnnt iiiiiiiiiiiiininnii 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ground floor, 22-CO. Apply to W. L. ORLANDO, FLA. OfUCAJ.REPATJOlfO
Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc

FOR RENT-Apartment of 5 rooms,

age sleeping, furnished porch,or bath unfurnished and cold ;stor-b;)' For Sale At McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

SOUTH" APOPKA CnURS NURSERIES[ [ season or year; ideal location. Inquire
at 10-3-6tc 100 North Main, or call phone 125. Your Price FOR


FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle Caruthers FlowersLeave
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll furnished or unfurnished, by
the season, month or year, with gar- your orders here
age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply -
to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmo
10-Room House, Lot 180x200,

the leading varieties Orange and Grapefruit FOR 306 RENT East-Nicely Church furnished street; roomsat cheap faces on three streets, 2 blocks ..10 et Dell Florist.

Trees in fine condition at the very lowest taken.rate to permanent parties; no children 9-17-tf from center of City, east side. J. M. CARUTHERS

z the month, For Sale at YOUR PRICE.
:: :: FOR RENT-By season Phone 509. St.
prices :: :: or year, one upstairs flat for light 408 South Lake
housekeeping; also other rooms, and
garage, electric lights and bath in
house. Apply 300 East Concord ave

The rainy season is the best time to set 9-10-tfc CARL DANN I CLINT BASS
WANEDWASTEDFirst
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep PHONE 375WestJefferson '

one year's growth in advance of trees set must be a jam-up class cabinet shop maker man; StreetSuccessor
and finisher. Oscar Hand & Son.
next fall. 10-2-3tc Best and Promptest to

SALESMEN-Experienced, with good Band Wood CompanyWood
records. Attractive proposition for Auto Livery
List and lowest the right man. Positions open for of All Kinds
Send for Description :
today Catalog, some now; other vacancies later. Service
Give full particulars of your past j PROMPT SERVICE
prices to the above address work and references in first letter. '
Address, The Thomas Advertising REASONABLE PRICE
Service, Tampa, Florida. 10-5-Ct 5-PASSENGER
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illlllllllllMllllllilll J I I 111111 tlllllill r..1 I111 1I11111111 II MM MM I YOUNG'S REP-\ rSII P has installed t .

an outside service aepanI I BUICK CARWe
ment and is prepared to give :you Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
RACKARD'S CLUB
PRESSING
prompt attention. We have a competent -
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll i man who will fit keys: repair I
your trunk, or do anything in the repair -
work guaranteed and neatly line. He is ready to go at your call anywhere at any time
FOR SALEWill done. Our work is the best call now. Just phone 304. I
M and our prices are the lowest. 9-12-lmoc .

This is the place to have your When in need of a veterinary canon Gordo n's Transfer COil,
f I -d clothes made new. Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
-"Cubbed: and pressed__75c. '-9-81mo.. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 i
offer for sale for few days
a Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
New onion sets just arrivecBermuda HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Avenue pressed ---__________40c. crop, Dancers and Silver Skin. 1
the Orange .
corner ,
property All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Full line garden, field and flower I
and Boone Streets known pressed ____________50c seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man, NURSERY TREES-1'aiencias, Par- HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
Jackson as Store. 1-9 23-imoc
prop. City Drug Browns, and rough
tangerines
i Mohair suits pressed ______25c son ;
We do ladies' work also. Giveus MOWERS and i lemon sour and grapefruit stock from ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
the skating rink property, for $26,000. LAWN sharpened Bassenper Hammock Nursery for sale
a trial and be convinced repaired at Orlando Bicycle and cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year: Clothes called for and delivered Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc Fla., Route 2. 9-23-1moc ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

Phone 613. ONION SETS-All kinds; crop short,
and interest at six cent. stock limited; prices limited; get .Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS.
per prices will advance. Or- D. Lee twice a day from Spring
now
yours Phone orders to J. B.
lando Seed & Produce Co., 206 South Lake Dairy. Phone 204
Phone 166. 10-3-3tc Magruder, number 583-R.

FORD TIRES[ Orange.TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers 1-9-30-lmoc i
SLAUGHTER SALE
repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
C. A. HOVEY ; anything in the repair line i is A. B. Cook & Co.
line. Just phone" 304, Young'sRepair
our Buy your wall paper cheap: for the
$6.75Rear Shop, and our man will call next few days. Making room for our Christ Building, Orlando.
Front I at once. 9121mocBUYERS new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
Store Court street. Phone 67.
AND SELLERSI 9-5-tfc.
$8.25
- -- ----- --- --- ----- buy, sell, rent, and exchange real INVESTMENTS, LOANS
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla, Umbrellas recovered and repaired!

Try a Sentinel Want Ad I GOODEN ORANGE AVENNUE $20.000,000.over 30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over "while you wait." ax Young's Repair. STOCKS AND
I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Shop, 21 E. Pine St BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESN

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LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. illlllMMillMilllliltliMMMHlVSIM


II. G. Duncan transacted business -
in Lakeland yesterday.


)Ir. Chas. Bruen, of Jacksonville,

Travel in Panamaand was Orlando among yesterday.the business visitors to ,..

everywhere on American territory, is simp'.Ssd!'! by "A.B.A.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
accepted like currency by stranger, where a check or draft would .
hour, 12 miles for SOc. 8-28-tfc
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare
lf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure. Mr. II. Bourne who has been spend-
ing several weeks at Hot Springs, returned -
The State Bank of Orlando to Orlando Sunday evening.


An exceptionally promising squadof
e aspirants for football honors is THIS MONTH
year.trying for the high school team this RIGHT"



Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
/ou. 8-12-tf

Deposit all the money
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abberger left

yesterday afternoon for Chicago. i you receive: pay for everything -
They expect to be absent from Orlando -
for about two weeks. I by check. Set

Jonah Hancock left yesterday morn- aside a definite amount
ing over the Atlantic Coast Line for
Cocoa, on the East Coast, to look after for the future: Bank
I
h business matters.
with us.
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
lSi-18-tf

Mrs. J. L. Feinberg returned to Orlando -
yesterday afternoon from Gads-
den, Ala., where she has been visit-
ing relatives and friends.Mr. .
The Peoples National Bank"It

C. H. Hoeffler a former busi-
ness man of Orlando, but now resid. Is A Pleasure To Serve You"MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
ing in Lakeland, spent yesterday in
.
the city looking after business mat-


I HUPMOBILB"Where I ters.How much did you save last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks 8-12-tf

Miss Leila Bell, the attractive niece
there'slife of Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Bryan, who has
been visiting them at their suburban
there's Hupp"J. home, left yesterday afternoon over

the Atlantic Coast Line for Dunn, M "M. MMMiM C. .0. MM .. . . . *.*. . . .. .. .. ,. . 11 ,.. . '. . .
N. C.

How much did you nave last monthin
P. HOLBROOK, Dealer cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf

Mr. Randolph Itobinson, who has
been spending a three weeks vacation!
with relatives in Orlando, returned
yesterday to Jacksonville where he OAKLAND ROADSTERTop
holds a responsible position with
Chase & Company.Get .


II II ard. your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand Windshield, good running condition tl


Capt. B. :M. Sims, of Ocoee, was $150 cash takes it.
Yiar. in the city this week visiting Mr.
Poo pc r. Capt. Sims is one of the
pioneers of Orange county: and has
r
resided on the sume place for about
forty-eight/ )'eurtl.-New Smyrna


JUST RECEIVED CAR Drecze.Deposit your Savings Checks nnd San Juan. Garage Company j !

let them eurn 4 per cent interest fur
LOAD OF you. 3-12-ti

Orlando Daytona
T. II. Duughtry and W. F. Sloan,
Touring Cars of Orlando, arrived in the city lust
night for a several days business tripIn
connection with the citrus fruit

$482.00 Delivered crop While in the city they arcguests f'
of the Leon hotel.-Fort My-
cm Press.


. ., F. G. RUSH t8.18 Hide-tf Ilumrick' jitney bus 5c. .. . ., ' .. '.. . . . " / itNFlfM'tZwiifM

t 32 East Church Street Phone 220iMIIIIMIIIIillll
:Messrs. W. F. Bulner anti Hurry 11111.11 11111 II 11111111111111111111111. 11111111111.1111111 1111111111.11. H M+H
Weinstein, of New York, representing&
commission houses in that state, have
Will Be Your Executor?
arrived. in Orlando and expect to remain Who
throughout the season. They t
will make their headquarters at the .
Empire hotel.Standard ANSWER NO. 2 .
a , +. :
Your estate may be materially impaired as ; s
Barber Shop is sanitary. direct result of the appointment of an executor '
18-21-tf -1 1f5
11111 11111 11111 MMMMI III II or trustee.
Messrs. C. \V., J. J. and J. C. Griffin When an individual is appointed s

of Kissimmee, were in Orlando The financial responsibility is generally weaker. c\f <
yesterday en route to New Smyrna,
It is usually provided in wills that the person ] t r '
being called there on account of the .
executor shall be excused ,; ,
nominated to serve as +
serious illness of their mother, Mrs.
Julia Griffin. They were joined hereby from giving bonds. m .
their brother, Mr. S. S. Griffin.Dr. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex +
La ValliersSolid pense of the estate, and then only partial security era i

and Mrs. Jos. C. Merritt and
i against loss is provided.
maid were among the Orlandoites returning is selected-
When a Trust Company ti
gold la vallieres with chain, set with small, gen- Sunday evening after an all financial t '
of responsibility -
summer's absence. Mrs. Merritt spent The positive advantage strong f%
uine diamonds and real pearls; in a number of artistic the most of the time at Walters Park, is secured.A y ti

designs. Marked specially low at $8.00. As quantity Pa., while the doctor was in Denver, bond which has behind it the entire financial
Colo., a couple of months, stopping in I strength of the Institution is always filed with t
limited it would be well for you to make early selection. the Keystone State en route home. the Probate Court pt nn rost to the estate. ;

Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue 'f f ,
Judge A. F. Odlin, of Arcadia, one of this newspaper. rZfyt s' ,
of the leading and successful attorneys -
of Florida, spent yesterday in 7 _
Orlando. The judge and his estimable I Come in any time and freely ask for further _Jtt t
family were residents of this city information on this vitally important subject.
You are always welcome, and our offices are always ,
for several years, and they are always -
T.D.EVANSJE'WELER accorded a warm welcome whenever glad to advise. '-'

any of them visit this part of

Florida.--- -- - --.- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Doctorsliliihfll'iSter
I Orlando Florida .
& Bniiiiliinc: ,
; !!

OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still I
at Kirksville Mo.N .
lit .....................JJ.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" II .1. 'II' I 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples + . . ' . .
National Dank. Phone STS M fii f+++N +M..1er.Mf41ii 111111. '." MM* s

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