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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 7, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915.
NUMBER 201.




I ROUMANIA MASSES TROOPS ; GREECE IN





FRENZIED STATE--RUSSIA HAS ACTED !



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ROUJIA ACTION PREPARES AS GREEK CABINET FOR- TO TAKE $$22,500 PRESIDENT WILSON IS TO' TERMS OF ALLIED


RESIGNS MARRY VIRGINIA WIDOW,{, !!I FRENCH GAIN N



BULGARIA SCORNS RUSSIAN NOn E OF B. OF TRADE f I LOAN CAUSES I

Washington, Oct. 6.-The engagement of Mrs. Norman Gait of

Washington, to President Wilson was announced at the White TREMENDOUSADVANTAGE

Allies Refuse to Halt Assistanceto House toda>". No date was set for the wedding, but it will prob-

Serbia-Coalition Greek BLDG. BONDS? ably occur early in December in the executive mansion. A DELAYELEVENTH

Cabinet May Be Mrs. Galt, who will be the next first lady of the land, is the

widow of a business man of Washington, Norman Galt, a partner

Result PRES. DOW OF TRADE BODY in a prominent jewelry firm, who died eight years ago.
She has resided here since her marriage. Mrs. Galt was Miss HOUR HITCH IN

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + OPTIMISTIC OVER Edith Bolling and was born at Wjtheville, Virginia, her father, PROCEEDINGS DEVELOPS

+ GREEK COALITION CABINET + PROSPECTSREPRESENTATIVE lion. William H. Bolling, being a well Known lawyer in that sectionof

+ + Virginia. Her family is a distinguished Virginia one, and Mrs UNEXPECTEDLY AT POINT OF BAYONET

+ Athens Oct. 6.-Former Premier Galt is related to the best families of the Old Dominion. CARRY BY ASSAULT

+ Zaimis will head the new + VERY OPTIMISTIC The president met his fiance through his daughter, Miss Margaret HOME GOVERNMENTS APPROVE P P E TAHURE HEIGHTS
+ Greek cabinet. This decided + Wilson
was and his cousin, Miss Helen Woodrow Bones, who is i ia
+ today after a conference between + Will Place Matter Before Company member of the White House household.

+ King Constantine, former Premiers + Informally a party was given at the White House tonight at Tentative O. K. From England NOW COMMAND RAILROAD LINE E

+ Zaimis and Phalhs, M. + at Once; :May Take which Mrs. Galt attended, to celebrate the announcement of the and France Received By

+ Gounaris, and others, who decided + All First Mortgage engagement.
+ to form a coalition government + Commissioners, Who Insert Wedge Between CrownPrince.s
+ without Venizelos. + Bonds
Will Act
+ * + + + + + + + + + + GASOLINE TANK Army and Supporting .
ON
A. C. L.
That the $40,000 or $45,000 bond New York, Oct. 6.-An unforeseen Forces on 'It

ALLIES CONTINUE EFFORTS issue for the erection and equipment eleventh hour delay in the consumma- Right

Rome Oct. 6.-News of the resignation of the new Orlando Board of Trade BRINGS FORTH.PROTESTThe tion of negotiations for the $5,000-

of Premier Venezelos has pro. building can be successfully and immediately i 000,000 loan to the allies developed London, Oct. 6.The most important -
duced an immense impression ht're.Jlo".t'Yt'r I
placed the tonight when a hitch arose over the advance yet scored by the Frenchin
the opnion is that upon market in following letter of has been
general protest circulated, and bears the terms of the which their tremendous
agreement is to be present offensivein
the Balkan surprises have not influenced first and second mortgage bonds was signatures of many well known Orlnado property owners
Orlando signed by the members of the commission the Champagne district was madeat
Fla, Oct. 5, 1915.
any definite desult. This has the opinion yesterday of Chas. P. Editor Sentinel-Will you kindly publish in your paper this letter and the American bankers.It the point of the bayonet today

warned the entente not to allow itselfto Dow, president of Orlando's trade of protest of scores of Orlando citizens who are at arms, and call- was stated that formal when they carried by infantry assault
to the attention of the a agree-
ing
UCdeterred but to continue its en.ergt'tie city council and commissioners of the
body. great danger of life ment in all will the village of Tahure and the summitof
action with the object of and property of our people of this city, sub probabilities not be
preventing He stated that he had held a jected by granting a permit and construction to an oil company of a ready until next week. the Tahure hill, making more than
the crushing of Serbia and large gas and coal oil tank almost in the heart of our city of business The contract was scheduled to be 1,000 Germans prisoners.By .
lengthy conference with .
the arrival of the Germans a representative and residence
at Con section
not two blocks from the
away high school this
advance
stantinople. I of a well known and responsible smith of the A, C". I.. riennt.. r ready for signature today and the the French cut the
Have these city fathers, these public officers and public city wardens further delay led to much speculationas second line of defense of the Germansand
Russia Withdraws Diplomat From company who assured him that he considered the safety of our life and property when they granted to the questions at odds betweenthe re-established themselves at a
Sofia felt positive his company would un- this permit Apparently they did greatly blunder, or cared not. underwriters and the commissioners. point of vantage where their heavy
The
der conditions Ardmore Oklahoma catastrophe of a few days ago in which 45
take will have
proper the first artillery a commandingsweep
London, Oct. 6.-A Sofia dispatch lives were lost, 200 persons maimed for life and half a million dol-
reaching here via Petrograd says that mortgage indebtedness which will lars of property destroyed, should be an ample example and this Members of the Morgan company of the Challerange-Bazancourt

Bulgaria's reply to the Russan ultimatum amount to approximately $22,500. was only one instance of many others throughout the country having were in close conference with the railroad line, one of the most vital
This representative further stated paid the death toll to the tribute of negligent public officials and commission throughout the after- arteries of supply that the German
I was unsatisfactory and that wicked and soulless corporations..
Premier Radoslavoff has been notifiedof that he would get into immediate Will you citizens of Orlando stand for any such indignities and noon. army has at this front.

a rupture in diplomatic relations. touch with the company and placeall will you wait before you act until a great calamity and misfortune A tentative ratification of the terms Not only are the important German
the information and details before awakens you to such heavy sacrifice as sustained by the Oklahoma lines of communication threatened but
The Dutch charge de-affaires in Sofia made by the commission has been
and received -
disaster are willing to live
you in dread and fear day by day the French by this successful
has taken over the Russian interest. them.With for the mere convenience of a few men whose only interest in our from England and France and finally
the greater portion of the effort have inserted a wedge betweenthe
the
community is dollar True, such
enterprises are necessary ad- the commissioners stated that they
Roumania Preparing bonds on the market, Mr. Dow does juncts to any city but its purpose can be better served on a safe army of the Crown Prince and the
'are fully empowered to close out the
London, Oct. 6.-Reuter's Athens not believe that it will require any side of our city limits like most all other cities have. supporting forces on his right.U. .
loan without further
Citizens act now while stitch time enabling acts.
a
considerable in saves nine. The undersigned
length of time to
correspondent states that Roumania disposeof are the only few living in close proximity to the oil tank and Nevertheless it is believed that there ,
is hurriedly dispatching troops to the the remaining second mortgage will welcome the opinion of others who wish to express themselves will be further reference to the text S. TROOPER WOUNDED BY
Bulgarian.frontier, and otherwise taking bonds. If the deal should go throughit for the welfare of our city. MEXICAN \VAGES ,
of the formal loan which
Signed by of the agreement
will mean that actual work on the petitioners following citizens:
extraordinary military measures. Chas. Lartigue, J, W Davis II J. Lobean J. L. Empie B. F. Frey has received the O. K. of the home
The Roumanians are feverishly fortifying new building will be under way in a M. L. Prescott, F. A. Lewter, Mrs J. C Barnngton L. F. Brun!"(on, governments of the commissioners be- Brownsville, Tex, Oct. 6.-One

Giurgevo, on the Danube, for- short time.COUNTY. D. B. Rajbon Mrs J. A. Huntington, Curry &, Smith Cigar Co., fore their signautres are affixed. American trooper was wounded todayin
ty miles south of Bucharest across H. O Balch M C. Broom. a fight between a detachment of

from Bulgaria, according to advices The oil tank referred to is located on the A. C. L. right of troop A, twelfth cavalry, and Mexican
"fcaching Athens. Roumanian officers S SCHOOL C H 0 0 L BOARD short distance south of W. South street, on the east side of way the a CATHEDRAL SCHOOL WAS bandits ten miles out of San Benito.

Of Bulgarian origin are being transferred tracks, and is the property of M. O. Dovel of Orlando, who has The fight followed an attempt by the
to interior posts. leased the ground upon which the tank is located from the A. C. L. bandits to fire a barn of an American
ENTERS ON N NDAY'S THIRD for a period of 99 )'ears.
Young reserve officers have been Mr. Dovel was given a permit from the city to erect the tank FORMAllY OPENED farmer named Keyser, who had aban-
called up and reserves who were to there July 14. The tank when filled will hold 18.000 gallons of gasoline doned the place after receiving threats

have been disbanded, are being kept SESSION as specified in the building permit. At the present time the against himself and family. Aboutsix
with the colors.BOL'GtjT when tank is a'empt car of, but gasoline Mr: Dovel arrived.stated last night that it would be filled YESTERDAYAt shots' were exchanged/ as the bandits

The site of the tank is without the fire limits of Orlando. This is fled in the direction of the Rio
FINE PROPERTY ON Following one of the lengthiest sessions also the case with the Standard Oil and Gulf Refining (Compinj' irunde; and escaped.
EAKT COLONIAL DRIVE in the history of Orange county tanks on Vest Robinson avenue which. arc on the Seaboard Air Line 10 o'clock yesterday morning
right of way.O. the opening exercises for the
the county school board will (continue year MOTORED TO ORLANDO ( ROMUA1TONA
A deal has been consummated in were held in Cluett Hall at the Cathedral -
its grind today, the third day of the
II. S. ELEVEN: : : PLAYS KI MM.MiC School. The large number! of
Orlando whereby Arbor Villa, the met ting. Chairman Jas. A. Knox )1..tIC: AMIL\ LE.\\'J.: ORL / -

I very desirable grove property of :\1 r. stated last night that the routine busIness : TOMORROW) DO HR COLOR.\DO pupils present and the fine corps of Mrs.: A. Ilil!)'an! ana lion, Dr. R. T.

C. \Val\\orth, has been purchasedby never had been so heavy and it teachers gave every indication that Bishop, A. Halrjd, and W L. O'Brien,

a vindicate of Indiana !and Michigan seemed as though the board could not The O. II S. football team will playa Many friends of the Mayer\ family this is to be a very successful jear.Mr. of Daytona motored to Orlando yesterday .
and Mrs Cobb
people. Arbor Villa was for finish the many pressing matters un- game with the J.\issimmee eleven tomorrow in Orlando were at the Coast Line were both great and pent the day taking in

merly owned by Mr Theo. F. Daniels, til late today.Transportation. at Kissimmee. The Orlando depot to bid farewell to this estimable ly pleased with the prospects and the sights of Orlando and the surrounding

and two jeans ago passed into the problems again occupied team has some good material this family, who departed yesterday for stated that there were as many board countr).. The party made

hands of Mr. Walworth who with his a large portion of the day. The year and is showing up well in the Colorado where they will make their ing pupils as last year, with a few its headquarters at the San Juan ho.

family came to this city from Omaha, county board endorsed all of the recommendations practice. games which are held every future home. Those leaving more still to come. The attendanceis trl Mr*. Hiljard and Bon are the

Neb.It. made to it at Tues afternoon under the direction of Mrs. Nettie- I.Ia'er., Mr. and were Msr expected to be somewhat largerthan iropreiiors; of the Prince George hotel .
is located on East Colonial Drive last year as! there are more pupils at
day's session. The board authorizedthe Coach Mac Tall man. S'lvesterIoer, and Messrs. Dajtona
adjoining the city limits, and contains local trustees to purchase some and GeraldIa.er.. from Orlando.
They will
twenty acres, all of which are covered books for the Orlando high school Ii. Miss Mary Rock III i upending the Denver awhile and then to Paul'I'I The exercises were opened with n BASEBALL RESULTS

with trees. There are twelve acres in I brarj, and also some equipment for week at Daytona Beach. dron. go hymn, followed by a prayer and an. -
'cltrua fruit and the other eight acres the chemistry department. The recommendation other hymn. Rev. R. P Cobb then National League

in pecans, most all of them in bearing for tennis and basket welcomed the new and old pupils witha Boston 1.1, New York 0-0.

-' thud making it one of the most ball courts for the high school was James Whitcomb Riley Will Be short but very sincere address He Philadelphia 9.. Brooklyn G-2.
introduced the teachers of whomhe Others scheduled.
desirable tracts hereabouts.The also approved and it is expected that new not

sale was made (In Jacksonville work will be commenced at once. spoke very highly. American League
Monday, nnd while the price is notgiven The Coleman certificate matter, Sixty-Two Years Old Today Bishop Cameron Mann was present I New York 0-2, Ilonton 24.

we understand that it was wry which I in of Intense interest to the --- and made A short oddreM. lie culled Washington 4.0, Philadelphia (01.brr .
tl fnctroy to Mr. -- special attention to the many Improvements -- -
Walworth. public, was introduced at the *e* ion,
Indianapolis, I ml., Ode C. .
-JnmcnWhitcomk raUI. "I feel like "
l
.
The Sentinel n 110)> in the building and of roses and Mm. Whitman sent
I I. ,
Cleaned i to Mate but all action on the case wa II"! .
that it I I. the InUhtlon<< of Mr. Wai, frrrrd I until n full board U present Riley, Indiana's .blovtdport "I hlt"tn' felt 110 strung In years," /grounds and wn 'loud In his praises a large number from the purki.

worth and his estimable family to Mr.I W. M. Edward: of JMIwood !1'0'> U receiving hundred of mmIUICIK continued M.r lUley.: "Every: day I of the work done by the trustees and There are a number of new tench-
: from all ;part of the United drive out in my car and I t the IAIII.! IIocl tlt'l. this
make their horn In thin city, log In the Knit: N hen h" return the am enjoy auxiliary era year, and while the old teachers *
----- will before the board State this week congratulating\ him inc life In spit of the war in Europe Miss. Pursing gave A piano polo will be mimed the new ones are
ease come for
on hi. birthday which will be the occanion > You nee I never read the Etude Those who had
GOKrilI.Sll.L: NO'I' RESIGN: (: adjustment.The newspaper by Artn.ky. thoroughly competent to take their
for a nation wide celebration : and don't know. what il I going the of hearing Miss Persinir The
A runs IIMI: board donated $150 toward & on over pleasure & places. faculty will consist of:
1 fund for starting a canning club In a tomorrow. In IndianapolU where the there. It has always been my aim to last year know that she Is A splendid Miss Persinjr. music; Miss Nicholas,

Panama, Oct. C. -Gen. Goethal: this county. The funds are available principal celebration will be held, ev- avoid things that are disagreeableand & mUlLlclan.liu\ Hibbi followed witha art and vocal music; Miss Brown,
who arrived here ery arrangement has been completedto cause pain" reading sketch, "The Dark
tonight hu cabledWashington at once. The county commissioners a negro English and science; Miss Drone,
withdrawing his resignation also donated $150. make the theatrical performancein Men and women prominent in the Brown Kitchen Diplomat that was home economics; :Miss Tetherly,

which was to take effect November the afternoon and the banquet at world of letters who will attend the faultlessly rendered and greatly en- mathematics; :Miss Bosanquet, Latin,

1. Gen. Goethal' action is due to I I :Mrs. W. H. Howard, who has been I night the most complete and beautiful I celebration of the poet's birthday be. jojed. Greek, and French; Miss Reed, English
the slides which have tribute that has ever been paid to the to arrive in Indianapolis
occasionally occurred 'enjoying two weeks very delightfullyat gan today. Dean Remsen, in a few words welcomed and German; Miss Hibbs. expres.
on the canal and he has decided White Springs returned to Orlan- Hoosier poet.No Mr Rilej's old fashioned red brick the pupils back to Orlando and sion; Misses Gassman and Rowan
to stay on the canal one seems to know just how house in Lockerbie street has become to the church.
especially The
job until do yesterday afternoon. Her daughter I exercises primary; Mr. Cobb history and sacred -
it is in good shape. many years old Mr. Riley will be tomorrow more than ever before a mecca for were closed with the national study; Miss Edith Robinson,
Mrs. W E. Shine, who accom- Asked I
he
why his
her to that '! kept age distinguished people. :hymn and a prayer by Bishop Mann. chaperon and nurse; Mrs. Cobb, house
panied resort,
More of that 50c. library stopped .a secret he replied: "J never want
edition. Mr Riley was born at Greenfield, Cluett Hall was beautifully decorated mother and
secretary.
Good reading. New books over in Jacksonville to spend I
in stock. a couple f friends to think I'm
my getting old. Ind., in 1853. lie is sixty-two for the
Curtis & O'Neal, music store. of weeks with relatives and friends. jearsold. occasion. Mr. Walter :Miss Hibbs will also have chargeof
the state of his
As to health the poet .
had
,Drennen sent down a large num. the athletics.



i t OFFICIAL. KKI'OKT OF HOARD OF Florida hereby report and certify .

DAILY C(1UNT1COHMISSIOSEIIS\ with regard! thereto as follows:
That after subscribing\ to an oath
South Florida Sentinel faithfully to perform our duties asfpiuried HYACINTHS TULIPSWe
MORNING AND WIUlY Monday, 10 A, M I.. Oct 4, 181$. by law ue hateiewrd and!

w*,, c.M. IMIliUTON CLP: :!NN .......... ."..U.drw.M..e.Wlttt,. hoard met pursuant to adjournment marked out the bent route fur the ,
road at the location design i
- proposed
;
tSehr.d ., '1Mo t..t"Ieer. ;' ;; Plot.Ins. Chairman Overall-set! Com
M lat..nd.! CIw Mill Maft.Luaecalr1WN l'r(? ent Urown and hated! in said tePoltUlnii ah.l the said l wish to announce that In addition to mir regular/ Seel t Stm'K. *? have addeI! ] | nil kind* "f
nit! nuhrB! Hweet, Millard, road, BO marked' out by I us!, which we
tutee and other bulb
0",1111|
ftall. Ykt" .:..... ..,. ............. 1LetttilM. Htaflilrd.Minuted. hereby as the beat l> mute for Flower llutb\ *,=llytu'lhlhr, Tulips 'fI.llu! NarrlMU, | "
report!
I M..etAi ...... ...........,... L/a meeting "
of the previous!
hall 1 Meetw' nuiiiunlun.,1/ 1.11 the until/ |>rt>i ,*ed l road U over a strip
LJaAI"", I .....,,, .. . " " , ., ..( read,, llu\d B|>prnvt>dillumt of land! thirty feet wide! Mm fifteen Bulk Garden Seed

Nw l l,,. 1 y":7: : : : . .. I ld ef Arthur It, King& IUi rlOtArpul.I" feet on each Md ef H line ttuserlbedas I
-
-- \ ) urt>tte*, 1.. C. O.hurne) and follows
IIVP.flllI"TICHII' rAY AlIbI! INTo ;
ALL A DUJlfCI J, W, King\ } approved| original Beginning ht a point I,:hId\ feet"' \\9 have just received a supply or Fresh Seed ns nowl"rly Jersey WaUfteld Cabbage Early'
---- the
-- ----- Tax Aill\IiIl or submitted more or less, eat and 15) feet northof Winningntadt Cabbage Sorehead Cabbage Snow Ball Cauliflower, Ked Wthersft\ Onion :Seed=I White

AQVMITIUKMiC assessment roll of 1U13: and two cop the southwest corner of section 20. Milan Turnip White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Globe Turnip. Amber Globe Turnip Yellow Aberdeen Turnip
'ttf *.,!.p1 all >"' Ls/. .a.l.., tea of the same Same being exam township 22; range 28 east said point Winter Alaska Champion England and Marrofat
...d.... a..14 !i lades U .! IIM ,. .. One to Seven Top Turnip Rape Italian Rye parley ,
.... ef tA. a.au.d a.tttI.t Ilea I ,. ... ned( were duly signed. copy being on the north line of a 30 foot English Peas Cow Horn Turnip.White Bermuda Onion Seed. Big Boston Lettuce Wood's Cabbage Lettuce -
1M du 1.iU..blk.loe, TkU r.l..e.h. clerk, one to collector, and one
ropy Oakland
M .Mai.. f.r a.tr..I .4*.= J it U road running from Minorville to Long Danver Carrots, etc.
Iaur411. ud wtn .b. dtou, U.Suburitwn to comptroller. ; thence along the center line ofa We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear they will get fresh
ditoon.dawd Petition of B. H Roper J. N. Jonier. 30 foot strip of land to be acquired seed.
&.lrtng Tb et al.. for public road in section garden
tumid out, UM offlc ia writ.a..oIt. in a northwesterly direction a
UU of upt .doa. otbtrwi. ** U will MM.tiao.d 35, township 22 south range 21 east, distance of 1,033 feet more or less, to
roes
ob rlpUon
UretrUlal'
otit nottc*t to stop u rc.i".d.N received read and laid over. Upon the boundary line between said W. J. DE.A.
._. .. M instructed to
T..Ma. motion county surveyor Minor and J. D. Eckles said center

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1915 establish said road as per diagram.C. line being further described as running
F. Johns appeared before the parallel to and 47.33 feet northeast I The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
Board and asked that he be allowedto
all
of center line of railroad;
liar who
Many a man is a chronic redeem the following described herein described land being in the I DRUG STOREORLANDO
in his life. CITY
never went fishing property: Blocks 2, 3, 4 and 5, Anno'saddition southwest quarter of the southwest

o hear the small to Pine Castle, at the flat quarter of section 20, township 22.
couldn't
Some men clerk's FLORIDA
not including
sum of $10, 28 east.Respectfully.
of conscience through a mega range
voice
clerk in.
costs. Upon motion the was submitted,

phone. structed to write the comptroller requesting J. II. Sadler.D. r

o him to grant Mr. Johns' pe McKinnon.J. ----
It is the unexpected that happens.
Luck generally favors those who are tition as prayed for. W. A. D. Evans. unanimously adopted, $500 was ap- \ 1111111111111111111..1111..11111111111111111111.Big .
Petition of Lem Hodges,
Communication from J. H. Reese
not looking for it. propriated for the maintenance of abed
Tucker, et al., received. received in respect to advancing $150in
o at St. Luke's hospital paymentso
The rest of Europe is still wondering Letter from J.action.H. Williams receivedand behalf of organizing canning clubs be made monthly; St. Luke's hos. I f

how Spain can continue indulgingin read. No the Beede in the county. Upon motion, duly pital agreeing to furnish a bed for I
behalf of Sale
Miss Beede, in carried
those brutal bullfights. of Information, appeared before seconded and unanimously 365 days for the care of county patients ) ;
Bureau $150 is appropriated in behalf of the including the use of operatingroom
Board in reference to advr-
the of
the State
Henry Ford has invented a submarine Board I movement provided drugs and dressings! for same. i
of Orange.
one-fourth the size of those in tising the county in the enter. Florida advances $300 and the county That one or more beds shall be at I I

use and fully as effective. Three declined to participate board of education advances $1&0. he disposal t of the county physician
prise. from Eugene Brown In reference OF
Letter '
cheers for the sub-sea "flivver. Petition of Philip Muehl, John Roth, for this purpose.
. ...Q of the to one certain invalid received. Reports of the following county of* ,
et at., to change the direction Mr. Brown
Clerk instructed to notify .
fellow who said can't get and laid fleers received and filedt: County agricultural II
The you public road, received ovet
relief the must
obtain
that to person
something for nothing just as like ai under the rules until next meeting. home. advisor, county :
he hadn't paid his the po to the county Including certificates of t treBllurer'l"
not forgot that Upon motion duly seconded Petition of M. 1) Ive, Jan. N. Burden the bank, sheriff to the GroceriesSee

newspaper subscription. Uoard adjourned to 1::30 p. m. et al.0 have the road from of fines andforfeitures
fcherllT' monthly
i 0 Monday, 1:3(1: ( I i'. M. Oct. 4, 1913.: Gotha to Wlndermere clayed, re and eons report clerk criminal'
Cheer fellow The Standard to adjourn.
up Board met purtuant
reived.( No action taken
and forfeiture
court of record, fine ,
mad
011 company hat Just announce mtnt AU prevent.Communication Petition of I" A. Koehne, R. C.
ment of the fact that It U going$ to of Worthington pay roll of state witnesses September Bills for PricesWE
et al. to have II em pie avenue
Illuelow, licenses superintendent '
criminal court
of ,
engage In the auto manufacturing Dladtman, attorney tor J. R. Johnson, from Gotha to Orlando. term i
clayed
and sell the tin llsilea at ot of county home, super-
business transcript
in respect to having a received Action
Oakland clay road I tendent of roads and bridges of county
flt.0. the court made In
record of supreme
.
deferred. and auditor's financial
o behalf of J, R. Johnson in the suit of Upon motion duly seconded and bond trustees, : GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
-
BOOZE AND UAILUOAIHNO State of Florida va. J, R. Johnson, on statement
then examined and :
Vouchers
were
1)0 NOT MIX anneal from said county criminal
"Rooce and railroading will not mix I court of record, received. Upon mo- warrants ordered paid therefor. :
than booze There being no further business Our Grocery CompanyTwo
any more advantageously tion, duly seconded and unanimously seconded. Board :
and gasoline. Despite the well known the request was denied. $5.75STATE upon motion, duly
attitude of the Alton management in passed Upon, motion duly seconded anti adjourned to next regular meeting in : Phones: 3 and 200

to the use of intoxicants it was ordered November. :
opposition unanimously passed
E. Pine Orlando Fla.
I and 8
6
by employes when on duty, every now that the oak trees in the center of CAMPNear ,, ,

and then it develops that some are Orlando-Kissimmee road about one I o I

forgetful and it becomes necessary to and one-eighth miles south of Orlando ( Jacksonville) I II

take radical action. A number of em. are to be removed. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE 'ieMMMIIIIIIIIIIiliniillMliUMMiliinilHIHIYancey

ployees have seriously transgressed in Upon motion duly seconded and AND RETURNVIA

this direction during the past few unanimously passed the following resolution -

days and the dimsissal of six is sched. was passed:

uled as a result. The officials are determined Resolution

that those who err in this Whereas this Board did at its last Atlantic Coast Line I I Meat Market Inc.FULLY .

direction, will pay a heavy penalty. meeting held on the 22nd day of Sep VANILLA ,

even in the case of those who have tember, A. D. 1915, by resolution appoint Standard Railroad of the South I II I PAID UP
been many years in the service and three disinterested freeholders TUTI FRUTI
---- T. A. YANCEY Jr., Prza and Mgr.
of
understand the position mark out I
well and
who of this county to view I
the company in respect to Rule G."- the best route for a certain proposedroad I ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE :I GUAVAICE ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Bloomington 111., Pantagraph. near Minerville, in Orange county MATCHES !. CREAMS. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
the location described I
and
at over
Tickets Sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, Meats
in said resolution; and, whereas, the Florida and Western
SIDELIGHTSBy sal dthree freeholders have each subscribed 7, 12, 13, 14 AUTO LUNCHESA

I to an oath before the clerk of With limit of October 30th. I Oysters, Fish Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

W. S. Branch. this Board to perform their duties Extension limit to November. SPECIALTYCLUB Special Attention to Hotel and O..f Town Order

filed with this be secured by deposit-
faithfully, and have 29th may auala 13J r. O. BOX aa6
Bettar Knott is the name of a Missouri Board their report showing that they ing ticket with Union Ticket PHOMtS { Residence IS Cor. Orange A*.. and Church St.The .

man, and a pretty good motto nave marked out the route hereinafter Agent, Jacksonville, and pay SANDWICH 25e.:

for any nation that is out of the war I designated as the best route for ment of fee of 50c.

and thinking of going in. Times- the said proposed road;

Union.It Therefore, be it resolved, that the
is also good advice to about aid report be and is hereby acceptedand For Information Call on We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed arket

forty-nine out of fifty young ladies in approved, and that an order be W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. and Delivered for AU

every community who are about to go and is hereby made for the openingof W. n.O'NEALC.P.&T. A. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
into a matrimonial war. said new road along and over the Occasions:
- route designated in said report, overa Orlando OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 1

strip of land 30 feet wide, being 15 -- - -- -- ----- --- ---- -- - -- -------- FRESH AND SALT MEATS

book Mrs., "Michael Gene Stratton-Porter's 3'1ia11oran":: containsa new feet on each side of the line describedas and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
point Stationery
at
deal of quaint philosophy and humor 1296.8 follows feet:, more Beginning or less, east a and Engraved Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

have her preceding books, and
as pure.
feet north of the southwest corner
15
"Freckles "Laddie tc. The following -. 'of section 20, township 22, range 28 Invitations We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

from "Mickie's" unique language said point being on the north everything in the Meat Line.
is worth practicing by all of us east ask to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
road running from Don't us
of 30 foot
line a
who have a tendency to be pessi Minorville to Oakland; thence along because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent H. I tI. Self & <::;0.

mistic."There's. the center line of a 30 foot strip of and deliver the goods in Orlando. PINE STREET
PHONE NO. 80
no use growing morgue land to be acquired, in a northwester. I HIGHEST.
lines on your mug, with all May run ly directon ia distance of 1,033 feet QUALITY THE VERY

ning wild just to please you and the more or less to the boundary line PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
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man in the moon; loosen up if you between said W. J. Minor and J. D. = -

have to tickle your liver with a torpedo Eckles said center line being further W. S. BRANCH I
* Try grin, instead and
to start you. described as running parallel to
of grouch just one day and 47.33 feet northeast of center line ofrailroad THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE CHALMERS AGENCYNew

watch if thekhole world doesn't loot. all herein described land being -- -- - -- - -- ---- ------- --!

better before night. S'pose you do in the southwest quarter of the 111111111111111 ,
own a grouch, what's the use of displaying southwest quarter of section 20,township
will arrive about the
Chalmers 6.40-7 passenger
it in your show window? 22, range 28 east. :

- It i* further ordered that before Bring Your : 20th.

"What has become of the old fashioned the opening of said road notice of the I
man that'use to pin his socksup said opening shall be posted at the : We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

with a safety pin?"-From a court house and at some other public Poultry; problems to us.Ve claim to be able to help you

Clearwater subscriber. lie can't do place nearest the road so sought to be
without for the of thirty solve them in the most economical way.
it in these modern days a established space

subcutaneous puncture.-Tampa Tri days. Insist upon your merchant sending you Tampa
To the Honorable' the Board of MING STATION
bune.We are reliably informed that Rube County Commissioners of Orange Special for Hen Feed. We will furnish it to him and AUTO

Allyn uses safety pins to suspend his County, Florida: is betteB
there none
sox when he goes to Tampa or Jack. We J. H. Sadler, D. McKinnon andJ. ., Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr

sonville. On other occasions he utilizes D. Evans the three freeholders of ,

shingle nails. Orange county, Florida, who were by I PHONE 447

resolution of your body, adopted at The Co-Operative Produce Co.W. .
COOK & BAAS. your meeting on the 22nd day of Sep-

tember, A. D. 1915, appointed to view S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447
and mark out the best route for the Ads Get Resultst
Agents, will attend to your fire insurance establishment of a new public road Sentinel Want
promptly. Christ building. 111111111111111111.
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Windermere, Fla., Oct. 5.-Dr. H. Minneapolis,Minn.-Hennepin coun- The popular Phillips shock absorber
Nehrling, of Gotha, was a visitor in ty, of which Minneapolis is the county which has been on the market only a
Windermere last Saturday. I seat, voted to retain its 433 saloons in short time, is enjoying a large sale. "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Mr. R. E. Kline and Mr. A. Q. Lan- a county option election today, ac- Orlando people as well as firms in
caster motored to Gainesville Monday -|cording to returns available late to other states are beginning to appre-
here they will spend the weekon night. ciate the merit of this particular absorber -
business. 'I I When 105 of the 193 precincts of and numbers are having their F- yt Unless Budded
Miss Norah James, of Orlando, ,the county had reported wets led by cars equipped.
spent the week-end with Mrs. W. G. '5,000, the count standing: wets, 20-

Geier. 531; drys, 15,855.Minneapolis Mrs. Grosse and daughter Miss from Bearingtrees
Mr. A. M. Chae, who has been vis- with a population of Elizabeth, arrived in Orlando yester-
iting in Windermere for some time, more than 325,000 and having about day afternoon from Merritt's Island,
left last week for Oshkosh, Wis., I 400 saloons, is said to be the largest I on the East Coast. Miss Elizabethwill of
where he will engage in newspaper city in the country to test the prohibition enter Cathedral School, which a known
work. issue by ballot. begins its session today. They are
Miss Mary Hyer, Miss Norah Rev. Geo. B. Safford, head of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meis-
James Mr. Lawrence Lawton, and dry organization, says: termann at their home on the corner Quantity and
Mr. Leon Fleming, of Orlando, spent "It now appears that the wets have of South and West streets.
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. II. C. carried the election, but we do not yet
Luff. concede it. Had it not been for the
Not ofa
every community can boast of
Mr. D. W. Grimes Mr. L. Brown grossest frauds and illegal voting: man past 74 years of age withouta Quality Pro-
and Mr. C. E. Strong, of Orlando, are I there would have been no doubt about .. gray hair in his head, and not bald I k
the week in at the result." A
spending Windermere headed either. Orlando has this distinction
Rossmore Inn, inspecting the grovesin in the person of Mr. W. T. a duction."--O.W.
this vicinity. DRY SUNDAYS FOR CHICAGO : Hyres, father of Contractor Frank
Visitors at Rossmore Inn this week Chicago.-Mayor Thompson notifiedthe Hyres. The once handsome black
included Prof. J. F. McKinnon, Miss city council that all saloons in hair of the younger Hyres is already Conner.
Munson, Miss Ethel Sharpe, Mrs. N. Chicago hereafter would be forced to I' showing streaks of gray and he fre- -
B. Sharpe, Miss Currie, Mr. M. M. obey the state law which providesthat quently has to explain to strangersthat Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Sloan, Miss Pope, Mrs. O. S. Robinson they must remain closed on Sun the other Hyers is not his brother grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
Mr. Cole, and Mr. H. C. Robert- day. There are more than 4,000 saloons nor his son but his real father.
eon. in Chicago.
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+ + + + + + + + + + * * Guests registering at the San Juan The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

.TEXAS HAS HORNED RABBIT. hotel yesterday included Leo L. Tou- I NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what' really constituted a real, first-class
sey, Chicago; H. H. Kemp, Atlanta; tree of
nursery citrus fruits. The
public when shown in test
our what could
groves be accomplished -
Roscoe Tex.-West Texas is C. W. Huggins, W. E. Ferris, Tampa;
noted for growing horns and F. W. Cook, M. Smith, Ed. Outlaw, Select Boarding and Day by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
thorr-s. Nearly everything that Jacksonville; L. C. Hester, Williston; ;; School for Girls trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
grows there has a horn, a thorn E. R. Haile, Palatka; M. J. Wescott 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc-
Intermediate
Primary and Academic
or a f tinger, but never until now North Carolina; H. W. Marshall, Sa- Grades tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
did a|y one ever hear of a timid vannah; W. W. Hardwick, New York.
modtlt little molly cottontail. Also Music Art, Elocution, Physical trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
with morns. Mrs. Annie Wolfe arrived yester- Culture and Domestic Science. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
After killing a rabbit a few day from New York where she has For Catalogues address the Rector, time and money to bring it into bearing.

days ago A. A. Ater, of Roscoe, + been making a lengthy visit. Duringher Rev. Roderick P. Cobb. A. M, Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
found to his amazement a pair + absence from Orlando Captain Orlando, Fla
you are absolutely safe. Get them from the
of horns about two inches long Wolfe has been looking after the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
protruding from the head just + erection of their pretty home on Sum- proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
t above the back of the ears, + merlin avenue, which was occupied Best' and Promptest Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

where all well regulated horns yesterday by this estimable couple. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

ought to grow. + Mr. Samuel Tatlow, one of Bay Auto Livery work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
+ + + + + + + + + + + and influential cit over the method of
Ridge's popular Service ay, ordinary propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
izens, was among the visitors to Orlando comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
GETTES TO MEET yesterday. Mr. Tatlow is the
supervisor of the school in his section 5-PASSENCER
Washington, D. C.-The National and was here on matters of an educa-
America Woman Suffrage Association tional nature before the board of pub- 1
has issued a call to the suffra. lic instruction which met in this city BUICK CAR Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
gists of the country to attend the for yesterday.We .
ty.seventh annual convention, to be
held in Washington December 17 to have been watching the Tampa "'. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
19. it was announced here.SLAUGHTER Tribune expecting to see on the front We call anywhere at any time

SALE riding page a down picture Pennsylvania showing Lambright avenue ina Gor 'Transfer Co. I G. G. WRIGHT, Agent Orlando Florida

Buy your wan paper cheap for the jitney bus. But eo far the only evidence J n ,
next few days. Making room for our of his absence has been one or
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
two readable letters from the
very
Store Court street. Phone 67.
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with confidence
Suits now stocks are season silks have the "c ste.' you Natural Blouse
owing to our great
, at their best. sup- see in the best qualities. The Always confined above the
ply of ammunition in waist line
gives almost
colorings are supberb, and the
You who know the twice the freedom in the
the of Derbies.If .
way new pricings very reasonable. movements of the body, as
value of early choice, you will bring your \ the old antiquated warm
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elastic insertion at the
I are wisely making use BROADCLOTHS
head here we'll guarantee waist.

I of these October days to fit it becomingly 54 inches wide, sponged and Solid-One-Piece Seat

to have the Fall Outfit No old
C t at a price you'll pay, $2 shrunk in all the wanted shades, fashioned back
split to In fact
annoy you.
for the first
ready
Z5 to ?4. $1.50. both seat and crotch are
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cool snaps, which will constructed
f STORM SERGE 1
r5T1NCf10Mnuos come overnight.The SOFT HAT TLME Exactly like your

I 58 inches wide all wool in white trousers.
collection of Suits and Dresses is at its is now particularly, when its a bit too early for Opening on the outer side

mark of The of only, an extra value at $1.25. of leg where no strain ever
high-water completeness. joy the Derby. The Fall Blocks are built on lines that
comes means less liability
choosing while stocks are so comprehensive, service can be described by only one word, "distinguished. SAN TOY GARBARDINE OCKINC' for buttons to pull off. But-
'I AI
IR tons in
unhurried, is only equalled by the assuranceof ." The varying models assume a becoming 45 inches wide, all wool in all are the eye a can positionwhere see

abundantly good values. effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up. the new shades, a leader at $1.00 TftAQ t **** them, allowing natural ,'
quick adjustment.
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WINTER PARK PERSONALSMr.


McNeal, of Sebring Fla.. has
returned to Winter Park and is at- T
Winter Park News tending the academy.


, Miss Edith Guiteras of Matanzas,

Cuba, armed Monday to resume her ,
work as a member of the senior acad- .t

Daily Budget 01! Items Concerning emy class.

Henry Meadows and wife promi-
The Town And Rollins CollegeWINTER nent winter residents of Winter Park IS HERE
have returned from the North, where

they spent the summer months very
PARK GOLF COURSES ROLLINS FACULTY ENTERTAINED :pleasantly.The .
THE FINEST IX THE SOUTH LAST EVENING
Winter Park now has two of the Members of the Rollins College faculty fill in the Winter Park road Everything To Make Your Fall Sew-
finest golf courses in the entire South. met last evening at the invita- continues to wash. Lanterns were ing a Pleasure and a Success Will

One of these is a nine hole course, the tion of Miss Brebner and' 1lissIerri- placed last night to mark two of the Be Especially Featured During
other an eighteen hole. The nine hole wether at the Rollins College studio worst gullies which have been formed
course is known as the "short," or for a little friendly reunion after the but before dark one of these warn-
THIS WEEK
ladies' course and is 2,200 yards in summer vacation. ings had been knocked down and
length while the eighteen hole courseis Every one had been requested to broken.

over 6,000 yards. come wearing a symbol suggestingthe
The fair green is the finest in the title of some book and the many WILL RENT four rooms for house-
South and for perfect shots it is absurdly clever and ingenious devices adopted keeping, furnished, to man and wife.
easy. But woe to the man who caused much interest and amusement. Call at C. Ackre's grocery store Con- Many Items are UnderpricedWhat
plays anything but perfect shots. Refreshments were served and a cord Park. 1077-6t.

Natural traps and surprise parties pleasant evening was spent. - --- Fall Sum-
better way could you spend your time than in planning dresses or re-modelling
that simply ghastly await a single Among those present were Dean
are mer garments to meet the new season's style requirements And couldn't the children's wardrobebe
moment of carelessness or over en- Enyart Dean Ferguson, Mrs. Patti- When In A freshened too.ProCessional.
thusiasm.The son, Dr. Hyde, Prof. Lenhart Prof
fair green of the two courses and Mrs. Powers Prof. and Mrs. dressmakers and those of you who make your own clothes or supervise their making
combined, that are like a smooth Palmer Miss Wilde, Miss Gladwin, HurryThe will) find this Sewing Week most important and interesting. It presents the new Fall fabrics and
velvety I lawn, contains more than one Mrs. Kraus Miss Bellows, Miss Den- Dress accessories-merchandise you must know about to intelligently judge and plan costumes.
Notions and small ware necessary for the proper making of the garments: also take a prominent
hundred acres of perfectly kept car ison Mr. Hanna, and Mr. Ray Greene.
pet-like sod, and the Winter Park best place to eat is at the place in this event.
golf links will in this one season be- NEW T. M. C. A. MEMBERSThe
ASSORTMENTS ARE PLEASINGLY LARGE ASSURING
come famous America over. Y. M. C. A. meeting Tuesday :Model.
EASY .SELECTIONS. REGULAR PRICES GIVE PER-
The nine hole course last wasa
year evening proved very profitable to With nIl the machinery work-
revelation to those who played on those who attended. An interestingand nX7LUIst HEDUCEU) J'IUCIos TIIK SPEC.IALS .
it. No old golfer) believed it possibleto timely talk by Dean Enyart was Ing right at regular meal hours, MAKE REAL BARGAINS. COME TO SEXMNG:

change pine woods into the perfect the chief feature of the evening. WEEliSlJ: DENEtlT BY ADVANTAGES 11'
fair green of the old course!' in one During the hoon hour yesterday ti It I L+ possible for us to turn outn Or FLIiS.

year, and yet the hundreds who "short, meeting was held in Ljtnati dinner or n Flipper every 30
played on it gladly admitted that it gymnasium, for the purpose! of admitting -
had been, done hew members, 8hoH, forceful "oecondd' which I Is going omo\ The New Fall Woolen Dress Goods
ThU" beginning in June, Mr
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year t talk', *i were given by Messrs. diem All nhul't order er\ed Ml
It. A. Wnld' and hU able" aeslstanta and Palmer, who pointed but the tea

deviated! that they would' have I''I\II Potts! why the college wen ohoultl. Pup| l ifmHly| M Nature of order will
|II iy NwNtmWr' IMI@ limn t\tIt.lU yards' lint t the Y, Mi C.} A. A Itutte numberof And Silks are HereThe
of gulf t'naree that would l I. piperh, "r the organization at this permit
joined
men ; New Tall, WI"-c,1" and coloring I\rllit\ extremely attraethe, w l'nu'I"'Ithltt' glance at them
to the, l less than a.uuo yards of last
meeting.& 1l)' serving the greater quantity will reveal paMibriitiea; far unequalled home made! apparel We, hate, the newest: kind that will in*

year --- bolothem sure the success\ of your Dressmaking, As always, moderate! prices rule l ,
thought that this of oysters we always
Everybody was a. Mr, 4, II Hear, one of the pioneer
boast, impossible' of fulfillment' yet residents: of Orange county, was in, fr sn. ALL WOOL COATING: ESTAM'I ALL.WOOL) FIIFACH:
within five months where stood vir- ENK AND FRENCH SERGESIn .u.n.vntossIn
\ Orlando yesterday from hU home jn
pink, sky, cardinal, navy, black
gin forests of pine and oak today Winter Park calling on business associates Our regular 25c meals and navy, black brown tan wine, and cream,
stretches 6,000 yards of emerald vet. and greeting his many 15c, specials are best for thosein copen and cream at i Special Price 59c
SOc.. $1.00. $1.25 $1.50 ,-
vet that will be a revelation to any friends. -- ---
SCOTCH TARTAN PLAIDS
one that beholds: it, and it is well a hurry.
ALL WOOL VELOUR WHIPCORD Large range, SOc., 60('.. 75('., $1.00SHEPHERD
worth a motor trip from Tampa or W. R. O'Neal treasurer of Rollins

PeLand to see what skill and energycan College was expected to return last Brown, green, navy, copen, bel- t \' CHECKS
wool, all sizes,
AH wool and
accomplish in aid of the wonderful night and will probably be in his of- TheModel CafeHIIIIIIHIIIIIIMillllliniMtlltlilltlMMMtllll gipue black and cream Soc, SOc.. 63c: .part$1.00. $1.25. $1.50.
soil of Florida.TO fice at the college today. Special Price $1-23;
FRENCH AND BELGIAN
ALL WOOL FRENCHGABARDINE a
ORGANIZE WINTER PARK ,f BROADCLOTHS:
BAND In fine tones of taupe, hunter'sgreen
This evening at 7:15 o'clock at the In navy, myrtle, brown Negro, claret. Petunia Tabac Bel-
wine and black gipue blue, navy and black
Lyric theatre a meeting of all young Park Auto Co. Per yard $1':>0 $1.25; and $1.75
Winter
men of the town interested in music II i

will be held for the purpose of organ- SPECIAL During Sewing Week we will refund TEN
izing a Winter Park band.A .
number of band men from Or- Cents on every dollar's worth of merchandise
lando are expected to attend the
meeting and it is probable that a BUICK and FORD CARS purchased. This [applies on everythingin
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combined Winter ParkOrlando band
will be started. There is abundant Dry Goods and Accessories

musical talent here to form a first ; : Repairing, Painting and Auto : j
class band and there Is no reason why
I New Silks
it should not be in use. SuppliesOPEN

Such an organization if properly! E
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conducted, would add greatly to the [r' 36-INCH FAILLE FRANC in new shades of Delft Blue Moss Silver

pleasure of the winter visitors as //I''/ Navy and Black. Special Sale Price $1.25
well as to the permanent residents. DAY AND NIGHT Ill/ .
The boosters of the band are hard at CHENEY SILKS with the extremely fashionable Egyptian designs
work but they need the hearty sup- Special Price 73c.
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Park.If HELPINGS, GUARANTEED 36.IM.lt TAFFETA, in a big range of all
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you can play a band instrumentof Price :
the new Fall colorings, Special $140
any kind, or if you are interestedin .r.

seeing such an organization formed ORLANDO SKATING RINK ../ C. J. BONNET ET CIE famous Black pros grain Silk, 36 inches!,
in Winter Park, be sure! to be at the Special Price $1.93'
Lyric promptly tonight:

T.nT.I'L.IU :SILKS
TILE NEKI) OK STORM) SKWKRS October
It hardly' nrrmn likely that any one 56789"BABE" In a magnificent range of tho old fnnlilonnl__Scotch_ clTect........_..............Hpttlal Prlcp 'I.::::;
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"who IIItW the water backing up onto 1
the /sidewalk' In front of the new
Scluilu' building on Hurt: Pink avenue New Laces and Notions, Some Specially
yeeteithty' afternoon would vote
Illtlnil'h' projuwd loan uf $7.fttt\) Trimmings Priced
for storm eewera. Aa the Issue was
defeated 1 by only five votes when it The SKATING Charming and dainty design that will delight Everything that you require to properly make
was last brought before the voters it BEAR those of you who appreciate pretty laces and garments of all kinds) will l be found In elaborate'
perms probable that the convincing trimmings. There's no question that you'll up. assortments here. Regular prices on some items
demonstrations of the urgent need toro ASSISTED BY predate these prices too -special prices on others.

an adequate system of surface sewerage Bias Tape u______________________Ce., 10c., 15c
[PearTrimming) ____________33c.: to $1.25 yard!
: gl>fti by the recent heavy ruins SNUKUM the and Safety I'lnlu _____________2 for 6t!., Be. and lOo
would make\ it an easy matter to secure Baby Bear BUM (lieBabe Dog Fish Scale Trimming,........$1.00 to '9.0 yard
Snaps ___--_--_______--.______--___6c. and lOc
a majority in favor of the prop Gold Trimming--___-.----...35c. to $13.50 yard Boob and Eyes _-________________..6c. and lOc
oltion.rOKTMGHII.Y.
Silver Trimming ---- -------Sae. to $5.UO yard Hutton Hole Tape, per yardtlic.., !8cH :UOc: 1

(...1'11 10) Ml'HI' : ; 1 r llrnld Trimming ............,.__!be!. to 65 e.? yard Snap Tape, yard ..--..........--..........16c

MONDAY\ Sticker Braid, bolt ._...__ Jx lOc.( 16c. 25c
Jet Trimming _?..._.......TIM, to $7.CO/ yard *
the llii\ Jlt meeting uf the fortnightly tinned<< llpltlngg, nil widths, yard ..........J20c
I dull for the consul will be l< held DoesA Pur Trlmmlne ...........*..7e) % to $:.60 yard 1'latn Belting, alt width! )' ....*......... :

next Monday afternoon with MmMary bold;: Laces! .................fine.< to UM yard Cable Cord, all sizes, black and white,

1'lye. TliU\ club in nodal' nnlliterary Silver\ I.BCPH ................5\0/ yard llullnh in. all the new gold, silver. anti acorn ef
and' Its
In nature '' r""UI1III\l1I1I| + fectn.. Our new machine ran produce all the new
of inrrtliti"' U looked funvnld" to with Real Oriental) Laces............... '. to E 2: Jt0 yard ('(lftll.lftftllllIt't''h to match cortume-Ul ua

great interest I by the member\ The Calais, Lace .,?,..?..,..,...18i to 65c yard demonstrate to ysu.DicksonIves.
program fur the meeting Monday U

"Summer Uxperlences1: and, | each Slide --- -
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Interesting' experience which she hall
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enjoyed dmjng the vacation period. 4:; for Life

MEETING OF Y. W. C..1. Co's

Tuesday evening the young ladiesof
the Y. W. C. A. held their first

regular weekly meeting of the year
at Cloverleaf. The subject for the ..
Favorite Shopping PlaceOrlando Fla.
evening "A journey along the road ,
of friendly hearts" was discussed by

the president, Miss Elizabeth Russell ADMISSION -1 lOc.
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z.Ol'I.C..I; ) ! :S".\It winter \Ultorn, arc arriving, and before GRANDTODAY '

long Orlando1 social organization
Thursday, Ortohrr 7.
The Orlando CUM Club will huM Its will resume their usual activities

14' regular weekly" shoot ut the (uun.

try Club ground, + toI.

SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST
WO.MKX INTERESTEI) IN TilE I.
NAVY LEAGUE Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Boone will de- n

part Friday morning In their Automo-
Patriotic women all over the country /
have become much interested in bile for Louisville, Ky., where on the "j".1 .
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the woman's section of the Navy twenty-eighth they will attend the IJ -" -
The wedding of Mrs. Boone's sister, Miss The America Y11o ;
League. Navy League is a non. Vitagraph Co. of
Maud Dance, who was a winter visitor
partisan organization composed )of
I citizens here last year. They will be accompanied -
privrte banded together to Presents CHARMING INDEED

work for a navy which shall be sufficiently by Dr. Boone's brother are the rings pins La Yallieres Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
large to render invasion and Mr. John Boone. At Fitzgerald, Ga., They are so evidently.high class they need no commendation. Theyare
will another who REVEREND CYRUS TOWNSEND and unique design and conform
war in this country impossible. They they pick up party novel in splendidly to modern
will also go to Louisville. They will taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
believe that if the American navy is BRADY'SUnique of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
return the first week November.Mr. .
sufficiently powerful to guard the sea in the quality of the jewelry warrants.
+
at all times no foreign foe can ever Romance
and Mrs. Douglass Ellerbe and ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
seriously handicap us and our land
little John have removedto ,
son Cheney
will remain free forever from ruinous
Orlan'do where Mr. Ellerbe will "THE II cD
wars. The headquarters of the Navy ::.
=
have charge of the city delivery of osa]
League are situated in the Southern
I the Orlando Ice Their ISLAND OF REGENERATION
company.
building Washington, D. C., and information
friends here hate to this
many see
concerning the league will I
be gladly furnished any one inter- j family depart but wish them well in with Edith Storey and Antonio Y IJ TilE TIME TO FAINT

,the county seat of Orange.-Sanford
ested. Herald. :Moreno supported by S. Rankin is right now. Don't let things go
The pledge follows: I r VN \ until the house barn fence or floor

"I pledge myself; to think, talk and f Drew, Leo DeLaney, Naomi __ begins to look shabby. A little of our
'
I Dr. and Mrs. Hal Beardall whohave -
work for patriotism, Americanismand ; ready to use paint will put your home
been Childers and other Vitagraph
enjoying a sojourn at Daytona E
sufficient national defenses to I in fine trim and save you the cost of a

keep the horrors of war from America's Beach and an automobile tour Stars.A 0 much bigger paint bill later on.
$425.00Model homes of the East Coast, going as far southas F I
and shores forever. ''IL fflhI1ll1ll
Miami where
they were enter-
"In these
days of world strife and BLUE RIBBON FEATUREIN
tained several social
at functions
,
peril I will strive to do my share to
awaken our nation and out lawmakers I have I returned to their home near SIX GREAT ACTS Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
25 Buick just Lake Cherokee.
to the dangers of '
our present un- 205 S. Orange Avenue
+
defended condition so that we may The Fourth Production on the
about good as new. continue to dwell in peace and pros- Deaconess Harriet Parkhill and COLEMAN & UIIAN Phone 261
and have Mrs. E. R. Bliss left yesterday morning V. L. S. E. Program.
perity may not to mourn
over the Coast Line to spend the
Newly painted new states desolated by war within our
own borders. I week-end with relatives and friendsin

"In no far as I am able I will make St'minole"ount)', the former goingto

tires all round. One my home n renter of American ideals Altamonto and the latter to Sun- 10 cents 20 cents:

and patriotism. And endeavor to teach ford. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
+
extra tire. the children in my care to cherish and
After n most enjoyable outing of
revere our country and it* history and
to UIhuhllt. honor and fair repute in two weeks, Mr. and Mr*. W. I.. olive DIRECTORAND

their generation. and their granddaughter, Mix Annie
&
"Name -. Address -" Crux, returned home yesterday from EMBALMER\

Sign and send to the memher, hp! aytona l !leach, making the roundtrip

secretary, woman' section of' the in their automobile. LOANS

Navy League: Southern building, *
Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. 1J.( Daetwller are If you wish to buy, build, or repair All calls answered Promptly Dayor

+ again at their pretty home on West your house, we are making some city
Hand Block.
A WORD FROM THE TWENTIETH street after a summer's sojourn in loans. A. B. Cook & Co.. Orlando. Night.

CEXTUltCLUn the Eastern States. }l-10-I2tc

Today marks a milestone In the life Orlando Florida.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ,
of our much-loved poet-the poet of INGLENOOK CAKE AND

the people-whose love for children PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
$100.00One FOR SALE-1914 Ford" touring car. CANDY PARLOR
was unusual and Is now proverbial. Apply Orlando Furniture Co., lUf W.

James Whitcomb Rlley wrote many Church street 10-7-H
Delicious, Candle, Cakes, Sandwiches,
fascinating poems of child life,
FOR SALK-Ahout sixty chicken etc.
Cadillac though he never had a child of his Order taken far . . . . . .
Cylinder mostly White Leghorn pullet. C. pardon. .liMMMMIMMMMIIMMMMi. . . . .. ...
own. Un Lockerbie street troops of II. Walworth. Arbor Villa ColonialDrive Located in rear of Branch's BookStore

Truck. children met him I\lhl'tt' t'hl'.1 far and East: City Limits. I0.7.:3t* t Arcade :

the nutrar .plums and toys which he .
WR SAl.n:-llouce. with nil modern
dealt out with no fparlnt hand. The
conveniences; good delivery or hunt. : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM It O'NEAL
Twentieth Century Club requests that lug wagon; two rented' pony cart;
all wha ran do no will read one of hlIlu"ml brood! mare; cheese knife; electric ,II'
entice mill. E.: II. (lore, Our irncery '
and 1
today would' lt
,
1I1'\'rll,1Iy|> Di'ezMakiuMrs. ,
Cu., U and 8 East Tine. 1U.7-UI:
pleased to have name of them read in I-

all the schools of the city. Though NOTICE 'it) CKCIUIOKS) II II I- .. -1
I-
only nixty-twa years of age Riley in In Court of the County Judge, Orange II

incapacitated for work by illness, and County, State of t'lorida--In re Estate II I-
of Walter H. Palmer.
possibly hi l* best work has already To all Creditors Legatees. Distrib I-

been done, and it seems fitting that utees and all Persons having Claimsor BurnettFashionable II CURTIS & O'NEAL
his natal! day should be thus observed. Demands against said Estate: I_
t You and each of you, are hereby
I notified and required to present any Dressmaker of the I- -
SENIOR CLASS ST. LUKE'STuesday
claims and demands which
$350.00 night at 7:30, in the Chapter either of you, may have against you the or Yowell-Duckworth Co., has Insurance Loans Real Estate
estate of Walter R. Palmer deceased
,
House, the Senior Class of St
late of Orange county, Florida to the
Luke's Cathedral held their regular undersigned administratrix of said estate opened her parlors on the 4th Rentals

monthly business and social meeting. within one year from the date
floor and invites the public and
5 Passenger 1912 New officers were elected for the hereof.
Dated October 6, A. D. 1915.
six months and T. her friends to call.
forthcoming are: WM. II. PALMER. Administrator. especiall y

Studebaker. Newly O. Brown, Jr., president; Thos. W. 10-7-8wks

Hewlett, vice-president; Lucile Ta- .-
tum, secretary; Fred Frey, treasurer. NOTICE TO TilE CITIZENS OF
painted and rebuilt. WINTER PARK:
About 30 people were
young present
All parties bills
having delinquent 4th Floor Yowell.Duckworth
and all enjoyed the various games, for water and light due October 10, ESTABLISHED 1881Hand's

f dancing, etc, which the entertain- can have same adjusted by calling at

ment committee of the evening had City Hall on the afternoon of Thurs- BIdg.Orlando ,
day and Saturday, October 7 and 9.
planned.It It is the desire of the water and light I :
is very encouraging to note the department to have all back bills set

increasing interest in this organization tled in fulLSigned I I MIMMIMtilMMIIIIMIII illlilllltlllllliliniiM
( ) SUPT. OF WATER AND
and it is hoped that as the winter
LIGHT DEPARTMENT.
advances the Senior Class will become 10-G-2tc<<

even stronger and be a more potent
factor in helping with the work of the NOTICE TO T.\\ '.\YERS OF
church. WINTER PARK FLORID
The taxes of the town of Winter
+ Park, Florida are now due and may
EPWORTII LEAGUERS, ATTENTION be paid at the Bank of Winter Park
Whiter Park. Fla.
r All who have not yet paid their
This evening at 7:30 a very interesting taxes for the year 1915 will please
devotional meeting will be held call at the Bank of Winter Park and
pay same as soon as possible
in the Sunday school room under our
C. D POWELL, Tax Collector
auspices. This meeting is being given 10-7-Gtc

I.VPhillips for a good "cause." and we earnestly Pure Ice CreamMade

request every member of the League'I

to be present and give it an equally
good "effect. FavoriteTODAY'S

Immediately after the close of this

meeting an Epworth League business PROGRAMFour :

meeting will be held in the League Reels In Orlando

rooms. If you are an earnest, enthusfastic -
Majestic "The Burned and vnBeaacy. '
demoted CD-opeTat'ne memberof two parts
I
your League prove it with your r "The 3rottjco<2dte.w
presence at both meetings. Thanhousw "Keeping a Husband"
& Five cents to all.
THE COMMITTEE. _
+ I Phone 566-666 .

ROSALIND CLUB Mrs. Mary A. Cox

The season's social activities will

Sons begin today with the opening of the Particularly emphasizes youthful i

Rosalind Club at an informal social modes in Silk and Lingerie .
from 3:30 until .
6 o'clock. Membersof
Blouses and Skirts for the College -
..... the club are planning a dance for Girl.
Thursday of next week.

Each day numbers of the home

people who have been spending the

summer in coole climes, as well as 501 WEST ST. ORLANDO





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FLETCHER'S FLEET DEFENDING JACK'S PLACEAt AMERICAN FOUNDRY CO. HAS
COAST FROM MAINE' TO $7,351,000 CONTRACTS H R. BERRY -'
do
you FLORIDA

Washington, D. C., Oct. 5.-Admiral 37 West Church Street
e for in New York.-\Iunitions: contracts of
hope a Fletcher's Atlantic fleet of battleshipswas Dar am er place dats hard to beat
engaged today in defending the Deys got Ice Cream dat gits you gwin, the American Foundry company total A complete line of Ford Acces-
varnish? En smakin lips, hit taste so fine,
7,351,000, according to statement
a
coast from Maine to Florida againsta
sories of
staff mechanics
Yo appetite, hit will surprise ; a expert -
hostile force under Vice Admiral En you be makin googoo eyes, issued tonight by Frederick W. Eaton,
Mayo. You'll see er man wid smilin face, president of the concern. The presi- to render satisfaction ih all
This was the beginning of a ten Dat man am "Jack" en dats "Jack's place." dent adds that no further contracts
lines of Automobile Repair
days war game which had been will be made, as the company has not
Dem soft drinks dar dey am de bes
planned on a more extensive scale En on dat thing you sho kin res. the proper machines or class of work Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
than ever before attempted by the Ise not er gwine to take hit back, men. The present contracts are all
Kase Ise dun tole de nachyul fack. Gasoline, and fair and square
United States navy. Practically ev for deliveries in eight or nine months.
V mOT4th7sffE ery available vessel on the active list En Dem Ice things Cream so Soda good go dey way run chile you,wild; The company's regular car building prices.

was participating.The Dey'll almos suit ole satan's tase orders are about the same as last
? hostile fleet, designated as the Ef he drops in, dat dar "Jack's Place." year but the demand for cars is light.
"red," put to sea from Newport, R. I.,
and the other the "blue," steamed Dey's got good grape juice, dar on han, -- For Nine Years
Dat on head won't make stan,
yo you
from Hampton Roads yesterday. Ad- En use dat language dats perfane, For Sale At
miral Fletcher's objective was to pre- En make folks think youse gwine insane, \V'e have been in business at the
When you buy varnish for your vent the "red" fleet from effecting an Else youse got water on de brain
floors you hope that it will improvethe Or laborin under sum heavy strain, same location, Corner of South
of those floors and entrance to any port. Your Price
appearance Youse sho to stand straight in yo tracksEf
that it will be durable. In the defending fleet were eight you drink down dar at "Jacks. Main and Church Streets.
Unfortunately much that is sold for dreadnaughts and four pre-dread-
floor varnish won't realize that hope naughts. Admiral Fletcher's flag Dat home made candy takes de cake, Phone 226Orlando'
for you.Lawaon'i. To chaw on dat, you jaws wont break,
flew from the and
Wyoming the other
You wants to win er lady's han
has wonderful Lustre,deep Elastic,lustrous Floor enl Varnish h. It is ships of his fleet were the New York, Take her sum candy fum dat stan, 10-Room House, Lot 180x200,
easily applied because it work*easily. It Florida Arkansas, Utah Michigan, Ah eats dat too, can't help fum grin, & Leading Repair ShopFire
is unequalled for durability and will not En gwme back dar fur mo ergin, faces on three streets 2 blocks
tcnxctt vtate. tt dnea aMolutely dust :South Carolina, New Hampshire,Lou.isiana .
free in from live to seven bout and gets Could amoseat two bushed sacks "i1"inn
hard in twenty-tour hours.A Rhode island, New Jersey and De kind ah me what comes liom"Jacks. from center of City, east side.
for economy. Lustra bas a covering I Virginia. Vice Admiral Mayo's fleet '
capacity thai: is wonderful. I was composed of swift cruisers and Dey keeps de bes bran er cigyars, For Sale at YOUR PRICE. Insurance
Try out case of Lustra Elastic Floor vessels of similar Dat am twixt huyr en planet mars;
Varnish at our nsk.returnable it ttacury. type. En cigarettes, you shet yo mouf,
I Submarines and mines were to play Dey's got the bes bran in de souf; -
Made by Valentine & Co. !an important part in the maneuvers, De kind ma grandad use ter smoke
Until de dot he went broke. COOK & BAAS
i theoretical mine fields having been day Agents
Manufacturers of Deyll sell er kyar load er er pack CARL DANN
I established at strategic points along Jes walk in dar en ax fer "Jack" Christ Building
/ALSPAR and the Atlantic coast.
VAL-ENAMEL "I The progress of the operations will Dat chawin tobacco am right dar too -----
De kind dat ah mos gen'ly chew,
be secret.
ekpt Hits teeth all nice clean
keep en
'1 yo
Hits bout de best Ise ever seen SKATING RINKLADIES'

All to be I 1+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Ise gwine right dar dis very day
had at
En paternize him, what you say,
HEN LAYS PEANUT EGGIndianapolis..There +
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT En so mus you kase hits er fack,
STORE + He am yo fren, dat smilin "Jack." I SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY .
+ is +
some
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. + AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
question as to which of his hens +
FRED B. DALE RETURNS TO DOUBLE TRACK SUBWAY 620
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN
BUILDING
+ had such a grotesque idea of + EXCEPT
what an egg should look like, ORLANDOFred MILES COST $330,000,000New INSTRUCTORS.Open .

FOR SALE + but anyway an egg that bore the +
general contour of a peanut and B. Dale, manager of the Or- York.-More than $100,000- 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

+ is a bit less than two inches from I lando Building and Loan Company, 000 already has been expended in the
+ tip to tip was found in Robert # has returned to Orlando from an ex- construction of the new dual subway Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

6 acres, quarter mile from city, half + Arnold's' hen roost here. tended business trip through North system here, and contracts aggregating -
+ The kind of chicken that ulti- + and East states and cities. He be-
in bearing budded orange and $178,000,000 have thus far been
lieves Orlando will have ADMISSION 1O CENTSHammond
grapefruit, $1,500. + mately would have emanated an unprece- awarded for subway and elevated
10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young.+ from such an egg will remain a + dented winter season. He is chuck work, according to a report made
+ matter of mystery for the + full of optimism and is of the opin- '
bearing grove; small house. $2,000. egg public today by the public service
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good + was eaten. But Arnold now feels + ion that more tourists than ever will commission. On September 1, 19,748men
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking + sure it would have been a fowl + come to this city and county. were employed in subway work.
land. $600.00. + with a wask-like waist. + When finished the dual system will & GoreFUNERAL
CO acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + SHAKES PRESIDENTS IIAND consist of 620 miles of single track

grove; 4-room house; good barn Washington D. C.-President Wil railroad, including 296 miles in the J DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 The Dixie highway remains just as son today shook hands with Mrs. old subway and elevated line. The

<0 acres, 15 acres fenced, small fixed At Orlando and Lakeland, and John Maxwell, of Nashville, Tenn., total cost of the system when
house, garage and outbuildings.The it will come through Taylor and Lafayette a grandniece of President Andrew equipped is estimated at $330,000,000.The Values Low Prices
land corners on large spring -just as marked out.-Taylor Johnson, who called at the White
lake. Very cheap $1,500. County Herald. House with her husband. want ad's the thing. COMPARE

40 a'res. unimproved, 4 miles out,

$1.000.City. .a1ZI. OUR FURNITUREWe

and Country NEXT ATTRACTION !

provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted
Property At War by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Time PricesCALL can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
GUS HILL Presents
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ftoom 10, McNeill & Davis Block. College

Phone 569. D N Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida '1



MisdirectedEconomy
A BIG MUSICAL CARTOON REVIEW


With "Barrels of Fun and Girls" ORLANDO ROOFING


Trying to save a few cents by POSITIVELY! EVERYTHING NEW! ANE
having your work handled by in-
ferior hands. Mutt and Jeff Get A College Education. The Funniest Show on Earth SHEET METAL CO.
Your personal influence is

greatly enhanced when you are Don't Miss It! Bring the Kiddies!

clad in immaculate linen. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

OrlandoSteam Luoerne Theatre and Rubber Roofings


LaundryFRENCH One Night Only Monday, Oct. 11 Cornices. Skylights Beating Ventilating, tf'txUCeillngs


DRY CLEANERS .PRICES: 25c., 50c., 75c., $1.00 Works: $14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

LAUNDERERS PHONE 88 I Seats on Sale at ESTES' DRUG STORE THURSDAY

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ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW

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Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

1 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Phone 161

worth Building.


Plaster and Lime
Cement
Agatite DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck
FARMLANDSDROVESfOlSESLOTS. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,

/ AITOINEY-AT-L\W Phone 72

r I Ir Ir Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

& McNeil Block
SENTINELWANTS No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, n.


F. A. PEPPERCORN

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and
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vi R. RAY WHITE Phon 37

The Morning fcatintl Want

Directory \I. 'h. Greatest Wat ATTOHNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium In Ofltndo.
i Itoom 44
Terms elM In Advance. & SALLAS

Watklnliloek Orlando "::1.
sf RATES 208 Hoone Street

For On* p.y ..............Me
r For Three Pays ...,........50 Phone 597.
For 8U Days ................7kFor
Oa Month ........,..,.Z. Q
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.foo 25 words or less. If the ad con '
. BRYANDENTIST
.. DR. N. L.s
\. tame more than 25 words the vat
.,. 37 Liberty St. New N.Y.
: will be one cent per word for York.
each additional word, for each la-
.. .... ARCHITECT
If can't bring ad to Phone 716
ypu your
the office telephone No. 24. Ac. McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
counts opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
I Ihot
For Big and Little BathersFor payable th. following day. Bldg Florida.

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

daddy morning plunge or for the kiddies little sponge, there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man has use for a
of time and effort in trying to heat water for a Sentinel Want Ad.
the waste
know
water right at hand. You great
Dr.
F.
F.
in the tank hot enough to use. The Thompson
the
bath in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into heating water 0- ___. SURVEYINGPlating
solution is simple.
FOR SALE and Sub-Dividing Dentist

the Water By GasEither FOR SALE Hicycle. in good condi -
Heat tion, can be bought cheap for cash. PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Apply 307 East Pine street, or phone WORK 115 SOUTII ORANGE
604. 10i3t
a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater will assure you of having the required sup

ply at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no try- FOR SALE-One cylinder Reo car HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
ing to bathe in an insufficient amount or in risking baby's health by too cool a bath. The scores of uses new tires, $50; parlor organ, in
all seasons of the year. piano case $50; a lot of window Engineer
indispensible
Water Heater
about the house make a Gas .
for hot water
frames, cheap; ice box1; piano --
stools, 75c. Tracy's Carpenter Shop,
18 East church. 10-3-61 47 Watkins Bldg.. Orlando, Fla.
.
LIGHT CO FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
&
t; ORLANDO WATER 9-23-tfc condition. Write Box 567. Phone 72


I GAS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. U H. RAUSDELl
equipped. 416 Revere street Con-
cord Park. 10-5-121 OPTOMETRIST
and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, - FLORIDA
FOR SALE-Second hand Ford Tour-
of H. R. WS FIT GLASSES GRIND LSKS1
ing car. Inquire Berry, cor-
ner Main and Church streets. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OaOr'ITCAI.

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIII1111111 11111111111111111 10-5-tfc ORLANDO, FLA. .DPABIMI

ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent;
has 7 rooms and bath 2 sleeping
porches, heating plant; is modern WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
: throughout. Smaller 7 room house,'i or rent your city and county
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo Hull Co.. Rock building, Room 3. FOB
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE 10-5-lmoc:
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER
Furnished 14 room house, on brick PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield Caruthers FlowersLeave
street, arranged for light housekeeping. cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200;
FLORIDA Splendid location; large lot. $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post- your orders here
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. paid. Tomato and eggplants, same
9-19-3mo price. Large "Favorite" dry land
banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M.
FOR RENT, OR SALE, CHEAPSixroom Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. eeFlorist.
cottage, modern, No. 303 East 10-5-d&w-tf (o
4 Pine street Call at No. 305 East ..
Pine, or Lord & Bradshaw. 10-3-6tc call
When in need of a veterinary
t All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract on 1-9-28-lmo Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

GO,. 408 Sooth Lab BC
limits
mil from city ;
on quarter
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest very fin* for citrus or subdivision pur BUYERS AND SELLERSI .

poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
.. ..
..
.. : 6-9-tf
resided in Orlando, Fla,
pnces .. .. .. .. state Have
I 30 Have handled ever
over years.
FOR RENT CLINT BASS
: $20.000,000. Call and see me.
: 10- -3m F. A. LEWTEU.
FOR KENT-Furnished rooms for PHONS ITS
light housekeeping; all modern con* TREES-Yalencias" Parson
NURSERY !, *
West Jefferson Strtttu
: veniencefl. :312 );. South etreet.
rough
and tangerines
-_ ot Browns, ;
10--GI lemon tour and grapefruit stock from .*****r t*
llamenger Hammock Nursery for IIAI.th..p *
: FOR KKNT: -A (rood ten room house, W. Smith Wauchula,
List and lowest with modern convenience, central. Fla !Route by Henry 2. 0-231: moc Band Wood CompanyWood
for Description
Send Catalog
today *
: 'ly located; just the thing for board ---
'ing house l located in A
; prosperousand
Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by of All Kind
r prices to the above address growing town; business room on
: ground floor, 2260.: : Apply to W, L. s. I). Lee twice a day from Spring
Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 0.30-tfc Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. 11. PROMPT SttRVlCF.JWAQXAltl
: Magruder, number 683-R.
I$ PRICRo
: FOR RENT-Apartment of 6 rooms, i l.y.ao.imoc
I sleeping porch, bath and cold stor.
iMIMIMIMMIIIMIMIiilllillJMIillMilMMMIMMIIMMilMlilllMMMMMHFOR age, furnished or unfurnished; by Umbrellas covered and repaired
.. season: or year:; i ideal location. Inquireat "while you wait. at Young's Repair
1UO Worth Mam, or call phone 125. Shop. 21 E Pin. Btr. Jacob Burkhard
KACKARDS PRESSING CLUB 10-3-6U -

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has in-
work neatly furnished or unfurnished, by stalled an outside service department PLUMBER
guaranteed and *
and is prepared to give you
SALE done. Our work is the best the season, month or year, with gar prompt attention. We have a compe-
garden, fruits and flowers. Ap-
age who will fit repair -
and our prices are the lowest. ply to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc tent man keys
trunk, or do anything in the repair *
w This! is the place to have your your
line. He .is ready to go at your
'd clothes made new. FOR RENT-By the season month, call now. Just phone 304. Better Known a* "Jake, the Plumb***
flat for
I Will offer for sale for a few days I Suit nibbed and pressed75c. housekeeping; also upstairs other rooms,light and y-12-lmoc
Suit dry cleaned) pressed60c.Suit garage, electric lights and bath in .

Orange Avenue pressed _____________40c< house. Apply 300 East: Conc rd ave. Bermuda New crop, )anver.onion sets and just Silver arrived Skin.,
the corner ,
property All Palm Beaches scrubbedand 9.30-ttc Full line garden field and flower

Streets known pressed ..__________50c WANTED seeds. Dean,the Seed and Drug Man, HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
and Boone as
Jackson prop. City Drug Store. 1-0-23-lmoc:
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
rink for $26,000. I We do ladles' work also. Giveus WANTED-Middle aged lady, withno LAWN MOWERS and ON WEST PINE STREET JUST
the skating property, a trial and be convinced. children, to cook and keep residence house repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
for two men in ,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year I Clothes called for and delivered. three-fourths mile from country city; must be Repair Shop. 9.8-lmoe ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

Phone 613. good cook and tidy. Address R. O. C.. TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
the Sentinel. 10-5-Ct
of
and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY. care repaired; keys fitted; locks re-
paired; anything in the repair line is
SALESMEN-Experienced, with good our line. Just: phone 304, Young's Phone 204
r records. Attractive proposition for Repair Shop, and our man will call
the right man. Positions open for at once. 9-12-lmoc:
fORD TIRESFront some now; other vacancies later. I

Give full particulars of your past TO FORD OWNERS:
work and references in first letter. A. B. Cook & Co.
Address The Thomas Advertising I will receive this week a shipmentof I
i Service, Tampa, Florida. 1056tcOLD Ford auto tops complete at a top
Christ Building Orlando.
$6.75Rear -- cover price. Will this interest you!
GARDEN SEED BURNEDI If not, will a Ford crank locking de-
vice "Safety first. Prices quotedon
$8.25 application. R. L. Holland.
the Florida who INVESTMENTS, LOANS
------- -- - - -- am only man in 1056tcAn
burns the old stock garden seed. My
('nnnlii JACKSON MD fresh seed have just arrived. DEAN,, ad in the morning Sentinels STOCKS AND
Want Ad and seed ,"
Try Sentinel the "drug man proprietor
a L ORANGE AVENUE. City Drug Store. 10-G-3U a safe investment. BUSINESS OPPORTUNTnESidltmICT'



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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniels have returned -
from an all summer's sojournin
Boston, Mass
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Travel 1.in Panamaand Messrs. E .H. and A .R. Bryan left
yesterday, afternoon for Jacksonville
everywhere on American territory, i I. .\impK!!' by "A.B.A. where they will spend a few days on ,
Cheque They are much: safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would msiness.
often be refuted, for want of proper identification. These chequesare
siU' JentUyng. We recommend them to all who travel, for Fish and
oysters STARTTHIS
business or pleasure. H. M. Self & Co. 110.6ticMr.

The State Bank of Orlando
F. C. Rails, the well known
contractor, is in Orlando from Arca-
dia looking after business matters

and greeting old friends. MONTH RIGHT R I C '

Mrs. Isaac Vanderpool and her accomplished -
daughter, Miss Kittie, of
Maitland, were among the welcome
visitors to Orlando yesterday.

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one Deposit all the money
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-2S-tfc

you receive: pay for everything -
Mr. II. H. Witherington, one of
r.-1 --- Apopka's leading and substantial citizens by check. Set
looked after business mattersat
the county capital yesterday.Mr. aside definite amount

Henry Porter left yesterday afternoon for the future: Bank
over the Coast Line for Bir-
mingham, Ala., where he will spend a with us.
couple of weeks.


Deposit your Savings Checks and -
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for I
you. 8-12-tf '

Mr. Louis Wellhouse, the presidentof
the United Paper company, Atlanta The Peoples National Bank"It
Ga., was among the business vistors I
to Orlando yesterday Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Rev. L. G. Fournier left this morning -
for Orlando, where he will consult
HUPMOBILE"Where with Bishop Mann, in regard to workin
I
I other fields.Bradentown Journal.


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
1 -l8-tf
there'slife :
Mr. A. E. Holmes, a former citizenof
there's Hupp"J. Orlando but making his home in :I MtllMIMMMIMMMMIMIiillllllllMIIIIIIIIIMIiMilllMMMIIMIilllll Mit

Tampa, spent yesterday in Orlandoin
the interest of the Bentley-Gray Nr44aa.1 "JIJ'.r't iia+ 'M MMMM M MMtM MMM 'MM MMMM<

Dry Goods company.

P. HOLBROOK DealerJUST Mrs. W. II. Reid, an attractive and
,
accomplished lady of Chicago, arrivedin
Orlando yesterday afternoon to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Hutchinson -
at 212 East Jackson street.
OAKLAND ROADSTER

How much did you save last monthin
cast: or Savings! Checks? 812tf1Ir. .

'II Ernest Green, the expert sign Top Windshield good running condition i i
painter of Kissimmee, spent several ,
hours in Orlando yesterday to see his
tarium.wife who is quite ill at a local sani $150 cash takes it.



How much did you save\ last month '
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf :
,
Mrs. John S. Arnold, Jr., nee Miss :

JUST RECEIVED CAR visiting Antoinette relatives Slemons and, who freinds has in been Or- I San Juan Garage Company jj

lando for several days, left yesterday
LOAD OF
afternoon for her home in Jackson

viII e. Orlando'- Day tonaIlillilllMIIIIIIMIIMUlllMIMIIMimini

Touring Cars Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf

$482.00 Delivered Mrs. J. A. Morris arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon from Atlanta -
.
I Ga., to spend the season with
her daughter, Mrs. H. Carl Dann, at
F. G. RUSH her pretty home, 517 North Orange
II' II .. . II . I II II I 11.1111" .
avenue.
32 East Church Street Phone 226

Deposit your Savings Checks and IIIIIIM . " MlllMIMMiniilillillilMIMMItllMIIIMMf.....
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-U Who Will Be Your Executor?

Miss Juanetta Slaughter, the accomplished -

trained nurse, left yesterday 1

afternoon for Tampa, accompanied ANSWER NO. 2 . .
. .
by her sister, Miss Cora Slaughter . ..
J Your estate may be materially impaired as a 3 iad : I
who
will
enter training at the } '
direct result of the appointment of an executor ': "' : 'F
Gordon Kellar hosnitnl. '. .l' __ $: I
-- - - - - - - - - - - - -
. . -. -_ -_ -. -. -_-.-_ trustee.
----- --- -- -- -- - -- - - - - - - - -- or 1.-3-, x ?-d

Ride Hamrick's. -jitney bus 5c. When an individual is appointed F .,
I
18-18-tf weaker.It 1I
The financial responsibility is generally rt

Mrs. Robert Bellamy and daughter is usually provided in wills that the person r _
Miss Helen, who have been spending nominated to serve as executor shall be excused d
several weeks with relatives and from giving bonds. T '. r

friends at their former home, Sando- When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- t
La ValliersSolid val, Ill, returned to Orlando yesterday pense of the estate, and then only partial security s ...
afternoon.
against loss is provided. 1

gold la vallieres with chain, set with small, gen- 18-21-tf Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. When a Trust Company is selected s Y l \
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ,
uine diamonds and real pearls; in a number of artistic Mr. and Mrs. F. McKenzie and is secured.A F

designs. Marked specially low at $8.00. As quantity is children, of Zellwood, were in Orlando bond which has behind it the entire financial '
yesterday greeting friends and seeing strength of the Institution is always filed with
limited it would be well for you to make early selection. the sights. They left in the forenoonfor the Probate Court car "n cost to the estate. ;

Stuart, on the East Coast, where
issue
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent
they will spend few
a days. of this newspaper. i

Mrs. Edwin D. Logsden and her at-
tractive daughters Misses Catherineand Come in any time and freely ask for further "
Elizabeth, arrived in Orlando yes- information on this vitally important subject. s" '

terday afternoon from Indianapolis, You are always welcome, and our offics are always 14 !t' i
T.D.EVANSJE'WF.T Ind., and will winter in this city. glad to advise. '
Miss Catherine will attend Cathedral

.ER School. DoctorsBiickinastiT - i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


& Bmndage I Orlando Florida


OSTEOPATHS Surplus and Profits
Capital 141000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Stir I
at Kirksville Mo.
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