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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 12, 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: VID00532
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THE MORNING SENTINEL



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'VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO. FLOIUD.TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1915. NUMBER: 208.





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INVASION SERBIA GRESSING OF POOR IS PRO-LITTLE BOSTON THINKS TITLE WILL( GO TO GOOD SNOW\ LUCERNE APOPKA TRAGEDY WILSON ASSAILS





CROSSING DANUBE COMPLETEDGreat THEM RESULT OF GAME YESTERDAY Mutt: and. LAST Jeff in NIGHT College' Scored :i I HAS BECOME A HYPHENATEDAMERICANS


Big Hit-Manager Tallman

Battle Raging South of NINTH INNING MOST SEN- DETAILS OF THE GAME AS Has Other Good Shows
TICKED OFF AT LUCERNE
Losseson
MYSTERYHULL
Belgrade-Huge
SATIONAL IN BASE- THEATRE YESTERDAY Coming Soon

the Western
BALL HISTORY First
Inning "Mutt:: and Jeff in College," as presented
Front Philadelphia-Stock doubles and DEATH ONE OF MANY IN ADDRESS TO D. A. R. HE
goes to third as Bancroft bunts; Pas- at the Lucerne theatre last

L'mdon Oct. 11.-The Austro-Ger- 42,000 ROOTERS WENT HYSTERICAlIn strikes kert fouls out. out No runs to ,third one ;hit Cravath, no er evening, scored a tremendous hit. CRIMES IN ORANGE URGES ALL AMERICANSTO :

mails continue to progress in their invasion rors. There were pretty girls good singers COUNTY LATELY STICK TOGETHER
of Serbia. Crossing the Dan- Boston-Hooper flies out to right;
Fateful Ninth Lewis Deliv- Scott strikes out Speaker flies out to spirited dancers attractive scenes anda

ube Belrrade has been and completed east of Zemendria and south and of ered Hit and Two Games .center. No Second runs; no Inning hits no errors. good deal of humor. The house was VERDICT OF MURDER FOR WILLIAMS CAllS UPON [D. A. R'S' FOR HELP

packed and the first Orlando attrac-
Pzarevac both Vienna and Berlin report Now Belong to the Philadelphia-Luderus strikes out;
Whitted to first Niehoff tion booked Klaw &
pops ; pops by Erlanger
progress. Red Sox out to short. No runs, no hits, no er :Negro Dies of Wounds-Pro- :Mentions Suffrage and Tells
A great battle is in progress south proved highly successful Manager
of Belgrade. In lana (northwest i rors.Boston-lloblitzel hit to pitcher Tallman' announces that this is the I prietor of Arlington Hotel How Long It Took Him to
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '
Serbia) there has been no fighting + WORLD'S RECORDS ARE + i i who tags him out; Lewis singles to first of many good shows which are I Held Up by a Negro; Decide on His New
but.Berlin reports that heavy battlesare left; Gardner up Lewis out stealing; booked for this city by the well known
+ SIIATI'EREDAttendance + Gardner flies out. No runs, one hit Robbed and Beaten Jersey Vote
New York syndicate.In .
developing on the Drina front between + + no errors. I
Third Act I, "When a Maiden Comesto
the Sabav and Grand Isle. Inning
+ 42,300 (world's + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Washington Oct. 11.-President
Philadelphia-Burns singles to right School, Mutt Jeff and Sis were
+ record + :+ CORONER'S JURY Wilson's address before the
) field; Alexander bunts to Gardner; well received the number making a ARRIVESAT + Daugh-
"Grave and Costly Check" + Total receipts, $83,191 (world's + Hoblitzel muffs and Stock bunts out + VERDICT IN HULL + ters of the American Revolution on
big hit; in the second act "Tinker
London Oct. 11.-The Germans left + record). + at first; Burns to third; Alexander on + TRAGEDY + their twenty-fifth anniversary today
second; Bancroft singles scoring Tom" was a snappy sketch with Jeff '
dead estimaetd at between 7,000 and + National Commission's share + + --- + attacked the "vocal" hyphenated
Burns Paskert out Cravath and
I ; ; up as the central figure and the girls in
8,000 in number in front of the allied + 831910. + I I flied out. One run, two hits, one er a fanciful make-up which was very + "B. W. Hull met death by falling + American who is so "silly as to say

lined after their ineffective assaultsof + Players share $."' ,923.1.1. + ,ror. + from an embankment onto + he represents the greater number of
Boston-Barry flies out to center pleasing. The music singing and
the last few days in the vicinity of + Each club's share $14,974.38. + j I' ; + the brick road and while lying + our foreign born citizens" and he
Carrigan walks; Leonard strikes out; dancing was high class in every par-
Loos, in northern France accordingto + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Hooper pops to short. No runs no ticular. + prostrate on said road was run + called upon the women's organiza-

today's statement of the French hits, no errors. + over by a heavy machine sup- + tions to assist him and the officers

war office. It alludes to the outcomeof By Frank G. Menke. I Philadelphia-Luderus Fourth Inning strikes out ORLANDO ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION + posedly an automobile through + of the government in persuading all

the fighting as "a grave and costly Boston Oct. .-Duffy Lewis this .Whitted flies out to right; Neihoff; COMPANY LOCATESIN + gross carelessness of driver of + I Americans of foreign birth to stand

check" to the Germans. afternoon smashed a single through pops out. No runs, no hits no errors. ORLANDO + said machine." (Two witnesses + for "America first."

Heavy artillery engagements northof short with two men out in the ninth Boston-Scott flies out to center; + examined Sam Stewart Jr., and + The president said in part:
LaScarpe and in the Champagne I Speaker triples down right field line + Mabry Stewart.) + "I not deceived to the bal-
scoring Hooper and bringing to an am as
(longest hit of season); Hoblitzel sacrifices J. Kress Jr., and L. Fleckenstein,
district are the only activities on the '.end one of the most thrilling ball fly and Speaker scores; Lewis under the firm name of "The Orlando + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ance of opinion among the foreign

western front mentioned in the offi- games that was ever staged in the en- flies out to center. One run, one hit, Electric Construction Company," born citizens of the United States,
cial statement from Paris. no errors. The crime has but I in hurry to have the
hit
tir history of the game.It Fifth Inning have leased the room in the Guernsey wave- Orange am a op-
Much importance attaches to the and Orlando. Sheriff portunity to have line-up and the
was the dramatic finish for a Philadelphia-Burns grounds out to I building formerly occupied by the county Gordon a
meeting today of the Greek parliament game that was filled with thrilling in- first; Alexander grounds out to first; City Peg. Store.- Both are experi- and Chief of Police Smith do not men who are thinking first of other
at which the new cabinet's dec- cidents and the finish sent the world's Stock flies out to right. No runs no i enced electricians and have a reputa- know where the next blow will fall. countries to stand on one side and all

laration of future policy in connection record crowd of 42,300 into a frenzyof hits Boston-Gardner no errors. flies to center; tion for high class work behind them. In the past two days B. W. Hull, of those for America first last and all:

with the war is expected. The alleged madness and which won for the Barry flies to left; Carrington flies to Mr. Fleckenstein was formerly super- Apopka died as the result of a the time on the other side.
secret treaty between Germanyand center. No no hits no crushed head due to "We constantly discipline
Red Sox the third game of the world runs errors. intendent of the motor department of a mysteriousblow can our

Bulgaria also is likely to be a series battles 2 to 1, and made the Sixth Inning the Livingston Yonge Co., at Jackson- ; Wesley :Mathews negro diedas fellow citizens by having an opinion
subject of debate. The German lega- count tonight two games won and one Philadelphia-Bancroft pops out to ville. Both the the result of a bullet wound from about them. That sort of disciplinewe
catcher; Paskert grounds out; Cra- men superintended
tion at Athens denies the existence of game lost by the Bostonians. vath, third to first. No runs, no hits, electric work at the Laughlin estate at a crazed negro; Proprietor Herndon I ought now to administer to every-

such a treaty. With the score of one to one, the no errors. Zellwood and the Zellwood Florida of the Arlington hotel was smashe I body who is: not to the very core of

King Constantine of Greece is againill Red Sox went to bat in their half of Boston-LeonarcT strikes out; Hooper Farms Company's new hotel at Zell- over the head by a negro and robbedof I his heart a true American-just to
grounds out Scott fouls
out to
and is confined to his room according the ninth. Hooper heading the batting ; $12; and Winter Park was terror- I have an opinion about him and to let
catcher. No runs, no hits no errors. wood. They will do all kinds and
to advices through Berlin. order was first up. He brought a Seventh Inning classes of electrical work. ized by a shooting affair Sunday him experience the atmospheric ef-

Paris gets reports that three-quar_ wild roar from the crowd when he Philadelphia-Luderus strikes out, night. However, the crime wave is fects of that opinion. And I knowno

ters of Belgrade which now is in Teu- singled to right. Scott the next up Whitted out at first; Niehoff strikes BAYLARIAN HAS SPECIAL. NEW believed to have spent its force and body of persons is comparable to

tonic hands, was destroyed by the was an easy out Neirhoff to Luderus, out.Boston-Speaker No runs, no hits no errors.to left STEAM PRESSING MACHINEV. quiet is expected in Orlando shortly.The this body of ladies for creating that

shell fire of the Austrians and Ger- Hooper going to second on the play. field; Hoblitzel' bunts singles in front of plate lawless element seems to have atmospheric opinion. I have myself,

mans, whose drive into Serbia is in The mighty Tris Speaker was next and is called out and Speaker is out Baylarian has just received and broken loose in the past fortyeighthours in part yielded to the influence of

full wing.It up. Alexander looked him over care- trying to steal; Lewis singles past installed Hoffman steam causing more trouble than in that atmosphere, for it took me a
special
a new
third Gardner flies to center and
is hinted in an Athens dispatch he ; the three months. time to observe how I was goingto
fully, and remembered the triple past long
Lewis
caught at second. No runs 2 pressing machine for use in connec-
that a much larger allied force than made in the fourth and decided to hits, no errors. tion with his tailoring and pressing Hull Death a Mystery vote in New Jersey."

had been reported constitutes the expedition pass him. He threw four wide ones Eighth Inning establishment on East Church street. Interest is at fever heat in the mysterious Mrs Storey president general of

being landed at Saloniki for and Tris ambled to first. Up came ond Philadelphia-Burns; Alexander strikes pops out;to Stock sec- Mr. Baylarian is wide awake and. pro- death of B. W. Hull 62 years the society in a birthday message

service in Serbia. Hoblitzel determined to do or die. pops to second. No runs, no hits, no gressive and constantly tries to give old, who came to his death just within asked the D. A. R. to work as individ

Reports from Bucharest are that lie did-but died at first Nierhoff to errors. his patrons entire satisfaction. The the town limits of Apopka, on the uals in the cause of national defense

Bulgarian troops are digging trenchesnear Luderus advancing Hooper to third Boston-Barry pops to short; Car- machine which has just been Installed Apopka-Orlando road early Saturday which she declared the most pressing
rigan strikes out Leonard lines out
the Roumanian frontier, and that and Speaker to second. to short. No runs;, no hits, no errors. is one of the most up to date evening. Hull was killed instantly.His duty before American women today.

artillery also has been brought up. And then came Lewis, swingingtwo Ninth Inning which the Hoffman company puts out, head was crushed to a pulp and

Reports of the results of the visit bats while the immense crowd Philadelphia-Bancroft grounds out, and Mr. Baylarian is well pleased to three fingers bruised but no other Headquarters for aii the latest

of Premier Salandra to the Austro- seemingly with one voice implored' third to first; Paskert pops out; Cra- be able to give his customers the ben- portion of his body was bruised or in. music. Coming every day. Curtis. &
Italian front are awaited with inter- vath out. No runs no hits no errors.
him to make a hit. The shrieks of Boston-Hooper singles to right efit of this machine. jured. O'Neal book and music store.
est, as it is reported in Rome that his the crowd seemed to increase as Lewis field; Scott grounds to first and This leads to the theory that Hull

trip has a bearing on the international took his place at bat, and the band Hooper safe at second; Speaker may have met with foul play by some i

situation. sent its noise crashing into the gen- walks; Hoblitzel out second, both ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. individual who had it in for him and I Orange Co. Geyser
Hooper and Speaker advancing Lewis -
of the British steamer ; I
Sinking
eral tumult. singles Gamfl was seeking revenge, although as far + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
3,184 ton vessel is scoring Jlooper. : :: and :Mrs.: G. E. James after
Thorpwood a re- Amid the wildest demonstrationthat over. One run, two hits, no errors. as is known Hull had no enemies. + +
ported by London. The crew escaped ever took place on a ball field, Time: 1 hour 49 minutes. spending the summer in New York Again the thory is advanced that + CHADWICK DRAINAGE WELL +
have returned
city to Orlando and
,
R. H. E. ;
harm. Alexander, the target of it all, seem- Hull stumbled on the highway and + IS AGAIN ON A RAMPAGE +
Philadelphia ______________ 130 have opened their home on Lakeview
ingly cool and steady, measured Lewis Boston ___________________ 261 aenue.Ir.:: James is one of the that as he fell a speeding vendetta of + +
Ticked Words OffODD carefully, nodded his head in acceptance largest buyers and shippers of citrus the road struck him. The feature of + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
of his catcher's signal, Attend the Lucerne Theatre Today the old man's death is that whoever
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + wound up his mighty right arm and and Get Baseball Results fruit who make their headquarters in delivered the fateful blow never Puzzles All VisitorsIt
this and his is the
+ city, return source
+ let go. :Messrs.: Tallman and Wright have of much satisfaction to his many stopped but sped on through the dark-

+ MANNER IN WHICH ++ Lewis swung an instant's hush secured aV.. U. telegraph service friends. :Mr.: James says that the ness hoping that a powerful motor is not necessary to go West to
+ EDISON GOT PROCEEDINGS mantled the crowd, then there was would him
miles from
get many the
which ticks the world series baseball summer in the Empire State was a see the geysers in Yellowstone Parkor
+
+ heard crash of the bat against the
a off at the Lucerne thaatre miserable from weather scene before Hull's mangled body was the Yosemite other
games even one, a view.It Valley, or some
+ + + + + + +
+ + + + + + + + ball, and there was seen the baseball, found.
afternoon, beginning at one o'clock.In was either warm cold or rainy. He freakish place. Simply step into your
On Edison's Knee dashing on a line through lanes of order to pay expenses it is neces- thinks the prices for oranges and Apopka Shocked by TragedyThe car and go to the C. D. Chadwick
safety in the infield and skipping its
death has shocked
sary to have a good crowd at 25 cents !grapefruit should be much better than mysterious farm on Lake Fairview and you will
way through to the outfield. Apopka and that section of Orange
per individual. If you are a booster last season. see a spouting, seething geyser whichis
West Orange, N. J., Oct. 11.-Thos. Lewis answered the calls and he help fill the house today and hear the county as no other crime of recent puzzling all visitors and defying
A. Edison chairman of the new naval deivered the blow which won the game years has done. The tragedy becomes
returns ticked off three minutes be- Mr. C. K. Pomeroy leaves today for local scientists.
advisory board told his friends today and beat Alexander, an incident that hind the actual playing at Boston.Mr. New York city where he will enjoy a sensational as all the efforts of Some years ago a twelve inch drain-
how it happened that despite his deaf- the Bostonians! think is destined to the Apopka police and Sheriff Gordonto
fall visit. lie will sail on the Clyde age pipe was sunk in the edge of the
ness he was able to preside over the take the heart out of the Phillies and untangle the mystery have failed
J. C. Patterson left yesterdayfor Line steamship, Lenape which leaves lake to a distance of several hundred
meetings of the board in Washingtonlast that means the world's baseball championship and resulted in conjectures and theo-
N. C. where feet.
Asheville he will Jacksonville Wednesday. Upon his Recently the rains have raised
week without embarrassment. for Boston. join :Mrs.: Patterson and Miss Jane. arrival in Gotham he says he intendsto ries. Seeking to secure evidence the the water level and barrels of water

Most of them had been wondering After a sojourn in the Land of the have a genuine round of pleasureand coroner's jury waited until 6 o'clock flow into the drainage pipe. To trans- ,

how it was possible for Mr. Edisonto Mrs. Chester C. Fosgate and son Sky :Mr.: Patterson will visit Philadelphia his many Orlando friends will expect last night before acting. This jury form the pipe into a geyser it is nec-
hear the discussions and motions Master returned Orlando last 'composed of M. W. Holmes foreman
Jack to
New York and other cities in a treat upon his return when he essary to insert over the old pipe a
by members of the board. evening from Athens, Pa., where they the East. He will be absent from unravels to them the mysteries he Lee Lovell W. P. Waite O. R. Brooks corresponding piece of pipe of the

Mr. Edison let them into the secret have spent the summer. Mr. Fosgate Orlando a month or more. encountered on his trip. George McClure, and Arthur Fuller same diameter and shut off the inflowof
by explaining that it was due to a lit- preceded them a couple of weeks ago arrived at the verdict as given above. water.

tle wireless telegraph system in which and had their home 315 Cathcart The attention of Verdict of Murder in First Degree
readers is and
our :Mr.: Mrs. Lawrence Gentile and As soon as this is done there is a
Dr. Miller Reese Hutchinson, chief street, ready for their reception.with called to the advertisement of the son. :Master Joseph were among Or- Against WilliamsOn gurgling sizzling spell of several seconds -

engineer of the Edison laboratories dress making parlors of :Miss: Margaret lando's popular winter residents .returning Saturday morning Wesley Mathews and then the water is thrown a

was the operator. Dr. Hutchinson his fingers ticked off the sub- R. Hamilton, which for the home yesterday afternoon.j colored a contractor was shot hundred feet into the air. The roar

and Mr. Edison are both experiencedin stance of the discussions and motions, present are located at 407 South Or- They have been spending the summerat 1 by Robert Williams' also colored of the bursting water is av/e-inspir-

the use of the Morse code and dur- sometimes upon Mr. Edison's knee ange avenue. Miss Hamilton has recently Cincinnati and Pittsburgh and are while having an argument over a sal ing. Sunday hundreds of visitors

ing the sessions of the board Dr. and at other times on his wrist at returned from a visit to severalof again occupying their hospitable ary. At 8 o'clock Sunday night :Math-: went to the Chadwick farm to see the
Hutchinson sat beside Mr. Edison and the rate of thirty words a minute. the fashion
emporiums. home 307 Magnolia avenue. (Continued on page 5) antics of this Orange county geyser.



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THE v JeST DIFFERENCE.Every THE IA Poem For The Dayl'| '

South Florida SentinelMORNING time we meet a man of wide

AND WEEKLY acquaintance in the state, we ask him TIlE BATTLE OF WOMEN NARCISSUS OXALIS

*. }''- GLENN .....................Ediur who will be the people's choice next
. .. ..
Mn
W C. K.SSINGTON .Bust. (cr ,
with
------ year for senator and governor. and Her battles are fought a silent
Entered at the pmtoffir at Orlando Flor- is, "Bryan and strength;
the invariable answer
ida. .. Second Chu Mail Matter. She comes from them bringing the
SUBSCRIPTION RAT):;& Knott.-Ocala Star. sun, We wish to announce that in addition to our regular Seed Stock we have added all kind of

Daily. 1 Year ...,.................... 15.00 Every time we ask one, and that is She lifts from her shadows, illuminedat Bulbs Hyacinths, Tulips, Freesias. Narcissus Oxalis and other bulbs.
Daily. < Month. ...................... 2.60D.U "Wall length, Flower ,-
is
I Months ...................... 1.25 quite frequently, the answer her soul hath
............. And the right in won.
Dail,. 1 Month .......... .60 and Knott"PROMINENT
She takes her thought and she takes

Weekly. 1 Y_r ...................... 11.00 o her care, Bulk Garden Seed
ORLANDOITES ATTENDED And her problems of right and

ALL 8UBSCBIPTIONS PAYABLE IN GOOD ROADS RALLY wrong,
ADVANCETO And when she comes out from her
AT NEW SMYRNAThe battle and prayer: We have just received a supply of Fresh Seed as follows-Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, Early

ADVERTISERS She is holy and sweet and strong. Winningstadt Cabbage, Surehead Cabbage, Snow Ball Cauliflower, Red Wethersfield Onion Seed. White

C.PT f.r display and all ether hand-act New Smyrna good roads rally Milan Turnip, White Egg Turnip, Purple Top Globe Turnip, Amber Globe Turnip, Yellow Aberdeen Tur-
a4* rti inc matt .b. handed In at thc'hoaineuSc success. Her nameless and terrible questionsrise Turnip, Rape, Italian Rye, Winter Barley, Alaska, Champion England and \larrofat
.. of the Sentinel not.later than 2 p. was a great nip, Seven Top
u.. day Wfor putlicBttoa.. advertises This rmle applies it I.Iaanable Meeting was held in Pellett's Hall, They are sacred as any trust; English Peas, Cow Born TurnipWhite Bermuda Onion Seed Big Boston Lettuce, Wood's Cabbage Let-
for contract
ta chancel and will he strictly adhered to.Subscriber Friday afternoon. And when she has answered there's in tuce, Long Danver Carrots, etc.
After a most bountiful fish dinner her eyes We will in a few days burn all old seed on hand. Our customers need not fear, they will get fresh
The Sentinel discontinued No atom of doubt or dust.
: desiring" the began.
should notify the office in writing ODtho had been served speaking She has fought for the sight to see garden seed.
date of expiration; otherwise it will be Rev. Mr. Green of New Smyrna delivered aright,
continued at the regular subscription rate, the address of welcome. lion. She has tried for strength to feel;

until notice NanbrTUESDAY.to atoP .is...receivedT.lepbona ... ............... 2. Joseph II. Jones States Attorney was And when fight she is there in her closet to :D E ..A :t'r

OCTOBER 12, 191.3.MAKE : introduced and responded, making a She is there not to struggle but
telling good roads speech, which was kneel.
i The Drug and Seed Man, Proprietor
well applauded.
TOYS AT HOME called She will suffer and yield and do her
lion. M. O. Overstreet was

AND BUY THEM HERE.A." Christmas is on and made a fine, sensible and hap- She part will ,give all duty may mean; CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
A "Made in U. S.
of life in
the battle
py address and was also loudly ap- But she fights
proposed by the Woman's NationalMade heart
The next speaker from Orlando her ,
plauded.
in U. S. A. League to meet the : Where the battles are fought un FLORIDAFrom
was Mr. Robertson, who rep-
situation created by the blockade of seen.
resented the Orlando Board of Trade. And when she comes forth from a
toys caused by the European war, Mr. Robertson emphasized the importance struggle with self, i r
which threatens to rob millions of lit- striking She comes with a light on her: face..'
and the
roads
*i_ American ct VtM,1.-an._.. o f tH e .nlav- of good That shows she has prayed and isn'tafraid
--- ---"
Ln::
in benefit Orange county would derive the tone of the press notices I t1 HlllllilMMMIIIIIIMMItllttMIIIIIMIItllllMli *
things which held so large a part
from the completion of this direct And has won by the light of grace. it is inferred there is : ;
the State
the joys of former Christmases.The Baltimore American. over ;
road to the coast contemplatedin Cake Flour
widespread announcement in o considerable relief felt in many quarters j ;
the good roads move now in the I
all the country the announcement that \
the newspapers over TO FT. over
that more than a hundred million New Smyrna District. SEMINOLE CHIEF GOES Hayes Lewis will not be a candidate 2 packages for ____________25c
SCHOOL
Also in attendance from Orlandowere LAUDERDALE
dollars worth of toys designed for for Governor at the next primaries.
:Mr. and Mrs. C. Kennison, Mr. 1 1I.
the Christmas trade in this country Potato Flour
and Mrs. Holbrook and :Mr. Ramsey. of :Miami, I
Lucian Spencer,
would be held up and would not be Dean i
undera COOK & BAAS
The Orlandoites went over
permitted to reach this country most hospitably Indian agent for the state of Florida. fire insurance -, 2 packages for ____________25c:
but attend to
will
were
your
caused widespread consternation deluge was in Ft Lauderdale last Mondayand Agents, I
among little folks and their parentsall welcomed. The rain prevented about accompanied by Prof. Jas. Rick- promptly. Christ building. i ;
five other autos full of Orlandoitesfrom Indian west of 1-9-17-lmoc ; Samp
over the United States. Visionsof ards, visited the camp \
the trip. To get to New _
making
a toyless and cheerless Christmas the city. The visit was made for the

conjured up by the announcementsent Smyrna now comfortably, it is nec- purpose of interviewing Tony Tommy i 5c. per lb., 6 lbs. for _______23c
essary to go by the Monroe ferry to has been elected chief of the
a chill of anticipatory gloom who just :
through thousands of American DeLand and then to Daytona and tribe. Tony has been a student in ORLANDO CONCRETE Toilet Paper

homes. thence south to New Smyrna, a distance the Fort Lauderdale schools for two

To avert the possibility of a short- of 84 miles, while in a direct two or three years, and it was to see if : Four lOc. packages for _____25c

age of Christmas playthings and nov- line the is forty-three distance between miles. Of the course his new honors had cooled his am- WORKS : Six: packages for __________25q
the
places that
elties and at the same time to arouse bition to get an education, I .
road will be something longer,
the the
informed
to made. Tony
manufacturers of this country visit was
a_ great opportunity H.me... executive but the contemplated road will cut off gentlemen that as scon as the long 407 LONG STREET Sunshine Cakes Crackers

committee of the Woman's National about 30 to 34 miles. The new route hunt, which follower the recent festi- I ,

Made in U. S. A. League adopted a will cross the St. John's at Osteen vities, and which lasts eight days, u : Always fresh and crisp.

resolution calling upon league members ferry. completed, he will again enter school ,
The occassion of the rally was for the Fifth WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
and American manufacturersand This year he will be in All classes of Concrete work :
enlistment of interest in the election
citizens to co-operate in makingthe grade, and he expresses his intentionof Blocks
the New Smyrna District Concrete Building I
done.
for bonding
he
present Christmas a great object staying in school until gradu-

lesson in the patriotic support of for $250,000.00The ates.-Ft. Lauderdale Herald.Dressmaking Piers, Walks, Steps Lawn Benches Our Grocery CompanyTwo
people of Orange County will Posts Rose
American industries and in the abilityof White Way ,

American industry to meet any de. welcome coast and this same direct will establish route to close the and Vine Trelices, Fence and Phones: 3 and 200!

mand which may be placed upon it I ParlorMiss Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian

by the American people. and two counties.LA. pleasant. relations between the Vases of every description, 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

"We can not too strongly urge all
patriotic American woman and men, and Bird Fountains. Bring your I,. IIIMIIIIIMMIIIMi illlllllllilllllllilillMI

too, for that matter" said Mrs. Gene- CITRUS FRUIT DAMAGED R. Hamilton plans and get estimate for con-

vieve Champ Clark Thomson, daughter Margaret crete work. Call and see our
Estimates of 250,000:' or 300,000 Boxes
and chairman of natural rock I
of the speaker and other
of the Woman's Have Been Reduced 73:>> Per Cent, for present located at 107 S. Orange granite
the executive committee Plans
in U. S. A. and About 100,000 Boxes faced building blocks. I I
Made
National Meat Market Inc.
League, "to come to the support of Will Be Shipped Ave.The and estimates made. All work Yancey ,

American manufacturers and do ev- I guaranteed. FULLY PAID UP
New Orleans, October 10.-The extent -
erything in their power to stimulate of the damage to the citrus fruit public and all former T. A. YANCEY. Jr.. Pres and Mgr.
them both by urging them to producethe
desired goods and by purchasingtheir crop of South Louisiana, caused by patrons invited to call. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

factured.products" after they are manu- the this section tropical of hurrican the country which last visited week, $ 2 9 15DC Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

o is just beginning to be realized. Reports Florida and Western Meats

i coming in from the different

ABOUT PUBLICITY ORLANDO'S TAX growing sections indicate that fully FIELD'SCHOCOLATE IWASHINGTON CI Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

CO cent of the crop will bea ,
50
to ,
Orlando is preparing to spend five > per Special. Attention to Hotel. and Out of Town Order
loss. Practically every orange
that
thousand dollars in advertising J Business.. ((35 P. 0. BOX aa6
of the
this section countrywas
city throughout the land, the fund grove in AND RETURNVIA PHONES \ Residence IsS. Cor. Orange Avc. and Church. St.
from two to four feet underwater
raised under a publicity tax included -
being
I of the fruit its
and 75 per cent. .
in the current municipal levy.
will ulti- stated, has been blown from the VANILLA
That inestimable good
mately an result must be conceded by trees. It is estimated that fully two TUTI FRUTI

the chronic pessimist. The mere thirds of the fruit will be practically Atlantic Coast Line

even fact that Orlando has set aside a worthless, from a commercial stand- GUAVAICE The ] /a arket


fund of five thousand is a telling dollars boost for pub-for point.Owing to the continued cold weather CREAMS. Standard Railroad of the South OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

licity purposes Daytona could pull of no prevailing in the early spring and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
that city.
following,
better stunt for "the prettiest resortin the drought immediately FRESH AND SALT MEATS
had been reduced
the world" than to create and in dis the fully expected 50 per cent.crop Early estimates AUTO LUNCHESA Tickets sold Oct. lath to 19th Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

burse equally campaign as much as Orlando.money To a placed the crop at between 500,000 SPECIALTYCLUB Extended to Nov. 13th: on payment screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

publicity and 600,000 boxes, but reports made and pure.

keep growing push its and several spreading interests Daytona and just a few days previous to the storm, of $1.00 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
must
effective of accomplishing indicated a production of between everything in the Meat Line.
there is no more way While of Electric Lights
boxes.
230,000 and 300,000 Steel Pullman
things than througl;I
well planned big and intelligently executed course under the circumstances, the SANDWICH 25c. Electric Fans ]:I. jVT. Self & Go.

Dayton:I damage may appear larger than actually -I
campaigns.- ; PINE
STREET
publicity
exists, and the figures given PHONE NO. SO
-----
-
Halifax Journal. may v.o in, "changed to-- some extent,. vet. it .
o
is hardly thought that more than For Information Call on
"NOBODY LOVES We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
- -
boxes of good fruit, if that - --- -- -
100,000 -- --
TURK." W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. -
THE much will be realized. The trees, 'and Delivered for AU
there P. & T. A.
Since we are informed that W. O'NEAL, C.
however, from all reports, have suffered -
are still only 730,000;) British troopson Occasions Orlando
and with
if damage
little any
the line in France, it may seem CHALMERS AGENCY
from
rather favorable weather conditions ------ ----- -
that French troops
strange that the fruit .
landed in now on it is thought
than British are being
still on the trees, will mature in better
Greece to aid Serbia. The explanation will arrive about the
and show better quality generally New Chalmers 6.107 passenger
probably is that new sections of shape Wheat! tJ
the western line are to be taken over than for many years past. Wheat! 20th.
While the effects of the storm have
Kitchener's as being near
by army
been a severe blow to the citrus fruit of wheat > We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
its base at Calais, while French While it lasts, we will offer our last shipment
the
in South Louisiana,
industry
troops from Marseilles are much han- have confidence in the future at a specially low price. !

dier be employed to Greece.in Italians this service can not; their well growers and instead of being discouraged will There is no better feed than wheat for laying hens and ;

clash with those go in with even more determinationthan growing chicks. r
the
aims in Aegean
of Greece, while Serbia regards their ever to produce a banner crop. Try our mash for your poultry and report results. AUTO WASHING STATIONFreeman

Irredentist claim upon the Dalmatian Just received a fresh shipment of the best:!! sweet feedin

coast as extreme. Besides, Italy has The Valley Gazette at Kissimmee town.

not declared war on Germany! An exultingly announces: "During the Telephone your wants if you cannot call in person. J T V. D. Phillips, Mgr
Italian expedition may turn up back part month N. B. Carson, treasurer

of the Dardanelles some day, though. of the bond trustee of the city of PHONE 417

Nobody loves the Turk.-New York Klsrlmmce, paid off nine $500 bonds,

World. a total of '!,GOO. Theee were bonds The Co-Operative Produce Co.

o Issued ten year ago for the claying!

Our Idea of a fool is a person who and grading. ef tho streets of the city f "'. S. DeWitt, Mgr No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE ,117llllilMMIMIMM Sentinel Want Ads Get Resultsne

' pays twice for tho same brand of experience. Another $500 bond of this Issue yet
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HOLD TALL IllTK CONSISTORY: MASON'S WILL.\T Some "Do And Don'ts" For The :;. IMIIMM I 11111 I I I II I I MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMM.ri.


Tampa T.UIP.TIII, },Ia., Oct. 9.-MONTH The fall consistory 'Man Or Woman Who Shoots! "No
of the Ancient and Accepted : i I' Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j
:
Scottish Kite of Freemasonry for the I
southern jurisdiction Valley of Tampa I By C. G. Westcott I : .
Orient of Florida, will be held In shooting clay targets there area Place your gun to your shoulder I : w $ ) v.; e- i)
hfre beginning Tuesday, October 20,I few little pointers that will applyto I carefully, take care in placing it the : ., ', Unless Budded ;
and lasting through Friday, October old shooters as wen as beginners, same always, line it up carefully, take I .- r .
4 '
29. The sessions will be held in Scottish and I think worth remembering.In I care to keep it in line, and call pull I : from
. .5. Bearing
Kite hall on the top floor of the when ready. Cover your target as : .
telephone building, Morgan and Zack taking your position on the firing soon as possible, and pull trigger- I .
streets. About fifty candidates will line, get yourself set to your liking your first sight will always be best. :
take degrees from the fourth to the or position you take in shooting, Don't dwell as you will stop your gun j : trees of a known
thirty-second. and never move your feet once set : unconsciously and cause a miss, as'' :
Beginning the afternoon of Tuesday until you fire your last shot at that the target doesn't stop and is out of'' .
October 2*>, the degree team of stand, for if you move you may not your pattern before the shot can I : and
Quantity
Tau Lodge of Perfection No. 7 will get set properly for your next shot reach it. : Y
.
and will and miss and don't understand *
take charge of candidates you : tg
confer degrees from the fourth to the why. Always have yourself ready to go .
eighth. At night they will receive . I to firing line when called; don't keep "' Quality of Pro-

degree from the ninth to the twelfth. Never load your gun until you arc your squad waiting while you get
Wednesday morning, October 27, the I in position and only one shell at n'' your gun and shells; be rcday.
thirteenth and fourteenth degree! time; never point your gun carelessly, . duction."--0.W.
will be conferred.! In the afternoonthe always keep it down and in front. If one will practice swinging his .
Rose Croix chapter degree will Never talk on the firing line, it both- body from the hip, holding his gun
begin, the fifteenth, sixteenth and NCVtntcenth ers others. I in alignment with hit eye, instead of Conner.
<< being conferred. At night . swinging gun with his anus, he will .
the eighteenth degree, that of Knight Never walk up to the next shooterin I soon nee his score improve.
of the ]Ko e Croix, will be conferred. changing positions until h\ has e. Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Will Go Up to 32d Urgn-r fired his hot. If one will practice at home the grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
On the morning of the third day . above swing you will be getting same
the exemplification of the degrees of Never leave the line until the last results as in actual shooting, and at
the Ilruce Council of Kadosh will be. man in the squad has shot it bothers same time training the muscles and
gin candidates taking from the nineteenth others for the squad to break up be. eyes. Two years: ago In their advertising nnd by actual demonstration THE OCI\J4A AHA

to the twenty-fifth during the fore the last man has shot, and does . NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted! n real frst-clas!
In the afternoon the degrees not look well it is much better to Will be glad to explain and
morning. ; go more nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown In our test groves what could be accomplished -
from the twenty-sixth through retire as a squad at the finish, and fully into the matter with anyone
by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND
the twenty-ninth will be conferred then all have had an equal chance and who does not fully understand the
: trees that properly propagated TODAY nurseries that hnhot been In
were existence -
and at higlit/ the thirtieth Master Ka. ho grounds for excuse on mUees. ubove.Hammond ,
dash! will bo conferred.On ,, five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit In nursery produc
the morning of the fourth and .. thin What would YOU do In their place, Mr Planter? Why of course you would sell your

taut day of the convocation the thirty. .. trees and adopt the surest", method. Uut you are n HUYKlt, nut n SELLER{, and YOU AUK

first degree of Tampa Corulntory No. Interested' in tho very best result' you can get, from your grove, when you liavo spent your
1, will be conferred and in the after
time nnd\ to bring It Into bearing
money
the work will to end
noon come an
with the expmpllflfntlflii III the thirty & Gore : Then tin nut bu mislead)' claim intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

nemml or Master of the loyal Secret you) are Absolutely mfQ. Get them from tho OCI\I.\\\'AliA NURSERIES, tho originator

degree. FUNERAL DIRECTORS ANI EM1IALMERS of proper practices In propagation, for the express purpose of producing the one thing
It (has not been decided whether a -- -- --- -- -s : 1 Florida need In the market first-class fruit nnd plenty of It.
banquet will be held at the close of I '
the convocation! but such is I usually Real Values Low Prices : Our trees will cost you more may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
the case and one likely will take place I' work In California has demonstrated that an Increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

when the work ends. During the convocation COMPARE j *'ay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
meals will be served the can. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
didates and degree team members and OUR FURNITURE ; j
visitors in the dining room of the B Br
Scottish Rite hall. r I'We '
provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted '
by knowing: furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Rev. Dr. C. C. Cline of Pine Bluff
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. '
Ark., is expected here next week to
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation 1 :
series of at the
begin a meetings
stones of this business and that means much to any bujer. W.
Conner
First Christian church Sunday, Octo- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
ber 17. Dr. Cline is a personal friendof
Rev. S. L. Jackson, pastor of the
G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida |
First Christian church, and is one of McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK ,
b the best speakers and singers of the
Christian church. He is a former college Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

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THE BIG STORE






The place to buy the right thing to be "DRESSED UP" correctly. Never such a


smart selection of Suits and Dresses, that express every new fashion note of Autumn


all in the very best material and workmanship. There are in this display models that are simple, that are elaborate .

that are practical, that are exclusive. The newest models of Paris in their American adaptations from a

marvelous collection that radiate the very spirit of fashions. Prices from $9.50 to $55.00





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.S 1J Is now particularly, when its a bit too early for The best Shoes made for the School I Children. We have them

the Derby The Fall Blocks are built on lines that

y can be described by only one word, "distinguish in all sizes for Boys and Girls. Try a pair and be convinced.Prices .

i ed." The varying models assume a becoming
$2.50 $3.00 and $3.50
effect for every man, Priced from $2.00 up. ,

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NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODSCREPE


DE CHINE, 10 inches wide, large selection GABARDINE inches wide, very popular, in all CHARMINE, a beautiful lustrous silk in black and

of new shades to choose from . .. . . .. .. $1.50 the wanted shades . .. . .. . . . . . . $1.50 white, 40 inches wide . .. .. . . . . . . $2.25;)

BROAD CLOTHS, Chiffon Finish, 51 inches wide,
PLAID SILKS, large line, all the newest combinations SHEPHERD CHECKS, all sizes; these are very. . . sponged and shrunk $2.00, $1.75 and . . . .$1.50
good this season, $2.25, $2.00, $1.25 and . . .90c
21 and 36 inches, and priced at $1.75; FRENCH SERGE, 51 inches wide, black and navy

STRIPED TAFFETA SILKS beautiful combinations an exceptional value . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50
:$1.50:; and .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .:$1.00:; -
36 inches wide . . , . . . . . . . .$1.50 STORM SERGE, 51 inches wide, black, white and

navy " . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.2.1;
BLACK TAFFETA SILKS, new line in all grades,
4 ( H CHIFFON T.FFET.SILKS, 36 inches wide, STORM: SERGE, 48 inches wide in cream, all wool,

36 inches wide, $1.50, $1.25; and .. . . . . . 1.00 beautiful soft finish, in all the wanted shades. .$1.50 extra value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75c





The Yo well Duck worth Co.ORLANDO'S .



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ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. - .\POPK.\- TR-\G-EDY-nECQ'IES I. --------- -- -----


and Mrs. A. D. James and family MYSTERY

who have been spending the sum- (Continued on page 4)
WinterParkNews t mer at Cambridge, Md-, returned to ews died at a local hospital and yes-
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Orlando Sunday evening and will occupy terday morning a coroner's jury rendered -
their pretty cottage on Lake- I a verdict of murder in the first
view avenue. Their many friends are degree against Williams, who must
pleased to see them again. pay heavily for his rash act. The
"
coroner's jury was composed of J. H.
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe Mr. L. E. Fosgate, of the Fosgate Tucker, W. C. Mathis, W. E. Kinney,

Fruit company, Boston, Mass, arrivedin W. E. Gore, George Dolive, and Paul
Town And Rollins College Orlando last evening over the Sandborn. J. C. Jones representedthe

Coast Line, and will make his home state.
with his son, Mr. Chester C. Fosgate, White Man Robbed by Negro After
$500 BAIL FOR NEGRO TOUGH IN BIG ADDITION TO PACKINGHOUSE 315 Cathcart street, while lookingover Being Beaten

SHOOTING CASE the citrus industry in South After a search of many hours Sher-
Justice Self's court yesterday morn- Mr. R. Daetwiler, of R. Daetwiler & Florida. iff Gordon yesterday afternoon succeeded -
ing settled the case of the shooting Company, was in town yesterday, in locating and arresting
affair which occurred in the negro looking over the situation preparatory TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Agnas Mathis, a negro, who had
settlement Sunday night in which i I to the starting of operations on sought refuge at Jonestown, one mile
Taylor Gilham a negro was charged the fifty foot addition which is to WANTED stenographic positionby east of Orlando. Mathis laid for
with assaulting John McBride with be made to the local packing house a S. S. C. graduate. Address Proprietor Herndon of the Arlington
deadly weapons, with intent to kill before the opening of the season. Mr. 311 W. Church street. 10.12-3tc hotel next to Bumby's hardware storeon
During the testimony,a very amus- Daetwiler states that the addition to West Church street, between six
ing incident occurred when one of the the company's plant will give room LOST-A small pink cameo brooch, and
on September 28. Liberal reward and seven o'clock Sunday night
witnesses was accused by Gilham of for the installation of machinery suf- I the
for return to Sentinel office. when Herndon left rear entranceof
having a bottle of whiskey and drink- ficient to double the capacity of the 10-12-3te the hotel to step into the back yardhe t
ing from it while in his (Gilham's) house. What this will mean to Win- was clubbed over the right eye, .
house. The witness at once admittedthe ter Park may be better appreciatedwhen WANTED-An apartment or bungalow knocked to the ground in an unconscious -
charge, but at once, to Gilham's it of 5 rooms furnished, by the
is known that this plant last
condition and robbed of gold
month; must be clean, attractive, and a We take pleasure in
consternation followed with the remark handled close to hundred announc-
year one best location. Write full particulars.M. watch and $12. So eager was Mathisto
"Cose I had a l bottle of whis- thousand boxes of fruit. A. C., care Sentinel. 10-12-3tc get the money that he tore Hern-
key, an* cose having a bottle I drunk The shortage of the citrus crop will don't trousers pocket. Herndon now ing that our
frum hit, but why didn't yo go on in not affect the Daetwiler plant, as they FOR SALE-Strawberry and plants, Missionary carries a huge welt over his eye but
yo testimony an' testify to de fac' datI do not depend solely upon local grow- varieties. Now ILlondyke is the time to Excelsior set out otherwise was not injured. Mathis is
giv you a dollar bill an' yo gave me ers for fruit but ship in great quan- plants. Inquire J. H. Gould, South in jail. Grand
dat haf pint bottle er whiskey an* tities of oranges and grapefruit from Parramore street and Granve avenue, Exhibitionof
cents back fer hit." or Box 324. 10-12-12t
fifty all directions. Work on the addition FOR RENT-Furnished flat of three
As Gilham has a bad record in will begin in the next few days. rooms, bath, electric lights, etc. 210
Judge Warlow's court, where he has When in need of a veterinary call Palmetto street, near Presbyterian
been prosecuted for selling liquor GUILD MEETING THIS AFTERNOON on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. church. 10-12-6t
this bit of testimony may be of inter-
est to the judge and county solicitor The ladies of the Auxiliary and -
in the new trial. Guild of All Saints church will hold Millinery and ReadyTo
In the matter of assault with intent their first meeting for the season this II
to kill Gilham pleaded not guilty afternoon at the Episcopal rectory,
but instead of being content to rest at 3 o'clock. A large attendance is WearFor

at that, he explained that he fired at expected to attend, and members are THIS IS THE LAST
McBride through a window, from a specially urged to be present.
position on the porch of the complain-
ant's house. WINTER PARK PERSONALS DAYIf Fall and Winter 1915-16

lIe stated that he had no intentionof
will take the
harming the man but that he mere- Mrs. Frances B. Butts and party place at
ly shot close enough to his ear to have arrived in Winter Park.
scare him and if this was really his
I you have not seen the display in the .
purpose he must have succeeded per P. G. Russell, of the American Tobacco Grand Theatre
fectly, according to the testimony of company, visited the local mer- San Juan Hotel of the Ladies' Tailoringnew
other witnesses. chants yesterday.
Unfortunately for Gilham, however, creations you are cordially invited to

this bit of testimony spoiled his case, Roland Barze went down to Tampa come and inspect same to day.It Wednesday the 13th day
for his admission of having fired intoan Sunday to pitch for the Ybor City
occupied house stopped the case team against the West Tampa nine. is to your own advantage to see, of October
right there, and the prisoner was
whether you purchase or not.
turned over to Deputy Sheriff D. C. A. J. Bressler and party of Ta-
Overstreet with instructions to release vares, were Winter Park yesterdayand
him on $500 bail, in default of spent considerable time visiting Commencing at 9:30: A. M.
which he will be held until the next Rollins.
session of criminal court.IiOLLINSFLORIDA CHARLES ENMAN .
M. M. Smith is back from the Tallahassee -
GAME, AT, conference of the State Ladies' Tailor The Exhibition will be on
PALATKA THURSDAY Highway Commission of which he is
As the day for the opening game of a member.R. 455 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.Announcement.
the Rollins football season draws near

enthusiasm and interest increases. R. B. Dwight, representing the Living Models
The cold snap of the last few days Dwight grocery house, of Tampa, was
has put the fighting pep into the men in town for several hours yesterday
and the last few practices have been visiting the trade.
very encouraging to the coaches. The Your attendance will be
candidates for the eleven are show- Mrs. E. A. Rogers returned yester-
ing up in fine shape and Rollins foot- i day to Winter Park and is again comfortably appreciatedWe
ball prospects for the coming season established at her attractive !
are constantly brightening. The result residence on Interlachen avenue.R. .
of the game Thursday with r
University of Florida, at Palatka is P. Foley the manager of the
awaited with interest. New Seminole, and the New Seminole
Inn, has arrived in Winter Park ands
PRESENT' ATTRACTIVE VOLUME stopping for the present at the We are moving into our new building, and request that this notice
A committee from the W. C. T. U. Peschman house.
composed of Mesdames J. A. Trovil- will have a new stock of goods on display will be accepted as an individual -
lian, A. Hunter C. E. Enlow and May The many friends of Mrs. HannahV.
Denning paid a visit to the Winter Schultz will be glad to know that invitation. No cards. .
Park school yesterday and spent some she is again in Winter Park, after an Thursday MorningW.
time visiting the fifth, sixth and seventh extended trip to different points of
grade departments. They were interest in the North.
well pleased with the work which

Prof. Kirton and his able assistants I and Mrs. W. F. Blackman are H. SCHULTZ
are accomplishing. The purpose of spending the week in Winter Park. i
the committee in visiting the school They have leased the Harmon bunga-
was to present an instructive "Com- low from the college for a term of !Winter Park Florida ;.".
pendium of Temperance Truths." years and are moving their household l .

effects from the president's home to There is a Photographer in Winter Park
ROLLINS FOOTBALL STAR BACK their new residence.INDIANAPOLIS +
FROM EXPOSITION
THE SIEAVISIRT
STUDIO
Leon D. Lewis passed through Win- PEOPLE WILL

ter Park Sunday evening, en routeto SPEND WINTER IN b SCHULTZ BLOCK
St. Petersburg, from a tour of the ORLANDOMr.
West which included a visit to the big
Panama-Pacific exposition. Lewis is and Mrs. Robert Kellar and I ,
Our new Studio will be open for business .
one of Rollins' star players and his their daughter, Mrs. C. R. Drane, and !
return will do much to strengthen the child, were in Orlando yesterday from I WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13th. You are
eleven for Thursday's contest. lie Tampa where they have been spending .
was at once telegraphed by Coach several weeks, and make arrange- cordially Invited.
Greene, and is expected to arrive at ments to spend the season in Orlando Snle"6.tts 0'
any moment. having rented the residence of Mr.J. H. SIEWERT
F. Watkins on Lucerne Circle.
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party of college men composedof but will return to this city about II IMMMIIMIIiMIIIMIMIIIMMtllliMMMIillI
Oswaldo Hydrick. Grafton Charles, the first of the month. Mr. and Mrs
and R. B. Greene enjoyed a pleasant Kellar are prominent and influential
trip to Oakland Sunday. They made people of Indianapolis, Ind., and have I Winter Park Auto Co. !
the trip to Orlando by auto and from been spending their winters at other
that point continued to their destina- places in Florida, but a recent visit
tion by team, driving about thirtytwomiles convinced them that Orlando appealed ,
during the day. At Oakland to them, with the result that in all
they spent some hours very pleasantly probability they will become perma- BUICK and FORD CARS
at the home of Clarence G. Tilden, nently identified with the city. DicksollIvesTN1ENT CoMM
to Winter Park in the even-
returning Mr. Drane will also come from Boston -

\ ing. with where one of he the is prominently banking institutionsof identified Repairing, Painting and Auto .

TRAINING TABLE STARTED YESTERDAY that city and pass the season here Supplies
with Mrs Drane and interesting little
A special training table for the daughter. Bertha. STORE.
football men was started yesterday
About thirty men will eat at this table HAS PURCHASED HUPMOBILEMrs. I ...
and they will be served only those OPEN AND NIGHT

foods calculated to produce enduranceand Anna L. Forde has purchasedof 1",1
strength. J. P. Holbrook a new Hupmobile. ;
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4-Keels--i
SOCIETY CALENDAR justly claimed by Indiana as the Domino.-"In the Soul of Phyra

t 1 I,Iloosier poet, Florida may be said to in two parts. Drama. r
Tuesday October 12. Keystone. Comedy special, in two
:have claim him for the
Senior Class, si. Luke's Cathedral, i a partial upon parts, "Fatty and Mabel's\ Simple
evening. ,I reason that he spends his winters in Life." This is the day you laugh for
Younger Matrons Card Club Mrs. lour beautiful state, also' because he is the Keystones are always good.
DeWitt Miller hostess, afternoon. and Five cents to all.
a distinctively American poet
Wednesday. October 13.
Bachelor Girls, Miss Jean Person, may belong to all of the United
hostess. States. His poems of child life, while very pleasantly. Afterward they

Suffrage Unity Chapel.Thursday League. 10 o'clock a. m., at appreciated even by small children, went to McCracken's where refresh- U ,

October 14. are read with fascinating interest by ments were served. Mrs. T. M. Cop-

Gentlemen's evening at Rosalind Club. adults as well. While there was little pedge, Mrs. J, J. McCranie, and Mrs.

Gun Club shoot, afternoon. time to prepare for a birthday cele- Roy Godbold accompanied the little

Friday, October 15.: bration in honor of Riley's birthday, folks. 0
W. C. T. U. Topic: "Loyal Temperance CHARMING INDEEDare
Legion." Leader, .Mrs. l{. Bel- owing to the confusion of the openingof Those present were Misses Ruth the rings, pins La Vallieres, Bracelets, Earrings, on view here.
lamy. the schools, there was a general Lockhart, Evelyn Gamble, Lillian They are so evidently high class they need no commendation. Theyare
+ observance of the day in all of them, Godbold, Maggie McCranie, Leila Mc- novel and unique in design and conform splendidly to modern

LADIES AUXILIARY COMMITTEETO showing the estimation in which his Cranie, Viola Mann, Gladys Hamrick, O taste in jewelry. For gift purposes they are ideal. Their cost
AID IN AROUSING of course varies but in no case are the prices here higher than
INTEREST :work is held and a love for a literature Louise Hanna, Myrtle Linville, Ralph the quality of the jewelry warrants.

AT SUBTROPICAL I of the common people of every Daugherty, Geo. Newell, Edward

MIDWINTER FAIR ,day life. Newell, Wayne Cooper, Harold] Cap- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

At the high school. Prof. Simmons, linger. ,
Decorated Automobile and Motor who knows Riley and has heard his + 16' II

Trades DisplayDirectors lectures many _times, gave a sketchof ORLANDO YOUNG LADY IS :Ocl:: ::

his life, mentioning the output of HONORED

CommitteeJas. I his literary genius, and read "The Old The Sunday Jacksonville Times.

usual expres- L. Giles, chairman; II. L. Bee- I Swimmin' Hole," "Down Around the Union published a three column pho- i THE TIME: TO PAINTis

man, Seth Woodruff. River," and "Me and Mary." In the tograph of Miss Blanche McCamy, of I

sion from visitors Ladies Auxiliary CommitteeMrs. 'I grammar school, at the request of Orlando, with this complimentary no- right now. Don't let things go
until the house, barn, fence or floor
.
W. R. O'Neal
chairman
\
; Mrs. Prof. Coleman, the poet's work was tice: "Attractive Orlando girl who is
returning to Or- G. II. Edwards, \\ice-chairman Osce- I mentioned and at least one of his ola Mrs. If. L. Beeman vice- I ready to use paint will put your horn
county; poems was read in each of the grades. home on Oak street, Riverside. Miss E
I
in fine trim and the cost of
I save you *
chairman Volusia county; Mrs. C. G. Prof. Cobb, during the opening exercises McCamy will spend some time in
lando: Westcott, vice-chairman Lake coun-1 at the Cathedral School, gave I Jacksonville and will be delightfully IL4 0 I I much bigger paint bill later on.

ty; Mrs. Seth Woodruff, vicechairman some interesting notes in the biogra- entertained while here."

Seminole county; Mrs. S. II. ;,phy of the poet and asked some questions +

Atha, Mrs. B. Brossier, Mrs. S. G. regarding him which were SUFFRAGISTS ATTENTION! Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.

Dolive, Mrs. C. P. Dow, Mrs. T. II. promptly answered by some students
At the meeting of Equal Suffrage
Evans, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Mrs. W. I from Indiana. Prof. Cobb also read 205 S. Orange Avenue
League at Unity Chapel, Wednesdayat
M. Glenn, Mrs. Jas. L. Giles, Miss\
several of the shorter poems. 10 a. m., several important mat- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
Mary Guernsey, Mrs. E. G. Hauselt, I At the Montessori school, Mrs.
ters are to be considered, and the new
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Mrs. S. A. Johnson, Mrs. Geo. C. Kel- ; Dovell read to her children "The Man .
are ready for distribution.A
ler, Mrs. E. W. Lott, Miss Lockhart, I Jin the Moon," and one of Riley's best programs
"I full attendance is desired.
see so many Mrs. Jas. Laughlin, III., Mrs. J. N. poems, "Little Orphant Annie," which

McElroy, Mrs. M. O.'Overstreet, Mrs. were much enjoyed by the little ones. ORLANDO LODGE NO.69, F.& A.M.I I
Dodge Cars in New W. W. Rose, Mrs. W. D. Rodgers, Miss Ley, at the Model Kindergarten I i CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. D. C. Thompson told the little ones of the great !
Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M.,
Mrs. A. B. Whitman.
such friend of the
who
Jersey. poet was a 'I
will meet in regular communication in
Lake County children and whose picture taken witha I'
DIRECTOR
their hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening,
Mrs. W. M. Igou, Mrs. Harry Dun- child his knee is found in
on manyof
Work in M.
October 12, 1915. M. j
can. his volumes and also the story of degree. Your presence is earnestly AND EMBALMERAll
Osceola
County the good "Raggedy Man"This

Miss Ann B. Carson, Mrs. M. Katz, interest in Riley, teaching the requested.Refreshments.By .

Miss Lee. young to read and understand his order of the W. M.
Seminole County calls answered Promptly Dayor
poems, was shown on his birthday, II. M. Voorhis
Mrs. D. L. Thrasher, Mrs. A. T. secretary.
October 7th, at the request of the
"New York sure Neal, Mrs. F. L. Woodruff. Twentieth Century Club who wish in SENTINEL ERRS Night. Hand Block.

Volusia County this way to express their appreciation :
has lot of Dodge Mrs. Ma naivi Bond Mrs. E. L. of the kindness and readiness with,I Th Sentinel was misinformed in Orlando Florida.
a
-
Rowland, Mrs. Sam D. Jordan. which their suggestion was taken up.IEXDELSSOIIX regard to the deputy president of the ,
Prizes Rebekah Assembly. There is no such
Will Be Awarded
+
Cars. Best decorated automobile, any CLUB MEETING office. Mrs. F. L. Helms is grand PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 451,

make: $50 in Fair stock or cash. chaplain of the State Rebekah Assem-
At well attended of the
meeting
Second best decorated automobile a bly, and in such capacity visited the
. members of the Mendelssohn Club j
any make: $30 in Fair stock or cash. Kissimmee lodge Friday night.
the resignation of Mr. Cestia Lawtonas
Third best decorated automobile, IIIIIIIIMMUMMIIIHIItlMIMIIMMIMMMMIlinX
president was reluctantly accepted,
.
any make $20 in Fair stock or cash. VIA STORK SPECIAL
and in his place Judge J. M. Cheneywas
Best decorated automobiles of following enthusiastically elected to the Born, to Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bryan,

makes. special prize of auto last night, The happy
position, with the assurance from all a son. parentsare
"Why I under- accessory, value not less than $10, members present of their hearty sup receiving the congratulations of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALDTI
with not less than five cars in com- scores of friends upon the arrival of

petition: Buick Cadillac, Dodge, port.Owing to the resignation some their first born.
stand they are pay- Ford Hudson, Hupmobile, Jeffery, months
since of Mrs. Edna Fuller as
Maxwell National, Packard, Reo ,..
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The Bon Ton Millinery Store will -
second
vice-president, Mrs. A. B. r
bonus for Studebaker, Stut hold their tat Oct.
ing $50 opening Thursday! ,
Whitman was elected to fill that post ..
Best motor trade float $20. 14th. Will display pattern hats, untrimmed
tion. Judge Cheney will at once hom. hats children's hats' No. (i.
early deliveries in Second best! motor trade float t $10. (hate the Various committees and a East! Church street. 1 UNU2-31*
Third best! motor trade floatl $u.
whirlwind campaign for hew members
1 Boston/1 Parade to take place at :2 o'clock wilt be made. NUTIM., TO TAXI'AVKttH. !' OPW1NV3II CURTIS & O'NEAL .

p. Itt I'AUK. t'LOIUDA(
Mr Forrest Unbtiey Carr sent a
1 The decorated auto and traded dis --
telegram accepting the position ai The tane ef the town f Winter
t>
{day should! tie t> one of the most/ ttttractive Florida due and Real Estate
director for the season, which htulbem I'ark are! now may Insurance Loans
and lpeettwutar| feature! ef offered him by the unanimous IIt I paid tlL the (tank ef Winter\ Park,
the exposition| and the management Winter 1'ark, Pitt,
vote of the directors This alone
as All who have nat yet paid their Rentals
i III in the fullest enee, to embrace the
!
cures the success!! of the club' for the tares fur the year 1915 will please
ftve counties holding the exposition season, Mr C\rr la expected home rail at the Hank ef Winter I'ark and
U t U eelfevi4ent\ that without the pl\'l same aa soon as possible
from Manville\ Ky., in a few days and
cw-pperRtion. the cUUen.3 of the C, I), i'OWELt, Tax Collector,
will at once consult with the directorsas 10.1-6tc
eel I various counties, this feature will not
Colorado
I
n to the music for the season, and! .
have the general intended.
scope
active rehearsals will begin
very INGLENOOK CAKE AND
the has
Therefore management appointed
was told of a moun- committees in each countyand shortly. CANDY PARLOR

they beg that for the credit of >BSTABUSHED IBM
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
tain so steep thatno the various counties, that these com- A number of the young friends of Delicious' Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
mittees organize their county and etc.
Earl Coppedge, twelve year old son
but help to make this the great day of Orders taken for parties.
car a Dodge of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Coppedge
the exposition. Located in rear of Branch's Book
gathered at his home yesterday afternoon lillMliillilMUIiMilMtlilMIMIIMIIIIIilllilMIIHand's
Store, Arcade
+
could make it. to assist in the celebration of
ORLANDO SCHOOLS OBSERVE his birthday.The .

RILEY DAY young people were taken to the ..
While James Whitcomb Riley is rink where they spent several hours
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,\I'OPK.aws NOTES: STATE: NEWSGainrtttillc :STATE: IIl<,ll\\\1' COMMISSION: I:I will feature the program. It i,- the
I i Fire
FOR SALE \\ILL MEET: : IN: OKI.ANDOOCTOHIU : ( 1 InsuranceCOOK
( Sun) I desire of the (commission to work in
I
'olrIC.: II. H. Withcrinjjton has l-cn : 27
I harmony with all organizations, county -
confined her bed the past week and I -
it was thought advisuble to remove W. I.. Ili&hop is the new editor of South Florida achieved honor Fri I boards, and others in the mtere.st

6 acres, quarter mile from city, half her to the Orlando hospital. Friends The Zolof Springs Truth. The first day at the meeting! of the newly appointed of good road for Flurila.Ir": Smith & HAAS, Agents
in bearing budded orange and will be interested to know that she issue gotten out by him is a very State Highway Commi-ion .statoil yesterday that the meeting I
creditable one and better ones ar which assembler was a very interesting one. Christ Building
at Tallahassee
grapefruit, $1,500. is improving! and will Ie l> out oon. when
Jose in 5 in promised for the future.At Ed.: Scott, of Arcadia
10 acres acres young Regular session of the hoard ot was elected J
bearing grove; small house. 2000. trade was held :Monday night, when chairman of the permanent organisa 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" " '.
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good many important matters were dis a meeting of the Wauchula city tion. :M. :M. Smith, of Orlando a
citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking cussed! among the more important council held! last Tuesday! night member of the commission, attendedthe .
land. $600.00. Icing! the appointing of Editor: Harrington more than twelve miles of sidewalk session and secured the next special .. I'yG -.
CO acres, all fenced: 20 cleared; small and :Mr. 1)V.. Clark to I be was ordered built. The city attorneywas meeting of the commission f OJ ianI..f\
grove; 4-room house; good barn present at a rail meeting! in Orlandoto directed to draw up contracts foi Orlando October 27.
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1.200 sign and perfect the organizationof the work at once. Other permanent olTi(ers elected p
40 acre, 15 acres fenced, small' the Orange County Hoard of Trade, besides! Mr. Scott were J. I). Smith. .-; )

house, garage and outbuildings. whichas accomplished. The St. Lucie Tribune is elated over of :Marianna, secretary, and J. 1', >- (, L. ( ,
The land corners on large spring Council met Monday night in regular the fact that during the license tax Thompson of Clarkson, assistant sec.rctary. 'f: I :, ....,-r I I,
lake. Very cheap, $1,500. session and ordered the clay distributed year just closed there was an increase . The regular meetings! of the I .... \, 'o..I"-.I' ,; I 1w.IA 'i I It
40 acres, unimproved 4 miles out, in various parts of the city, of ninety-one business! concerns commission will be held at Tallahas.see ,. ; '1 I I -
In April! and October, nix i111\ -\ / In m;
1000. i which will be an improvement much in that county, a* shown by the every I
,needed months. Special meetings nil the Or- ___ __ X
report| of licenses Issued.Osceola .
1 D.> W. Grime, stair fruit tree In. littuirt meeting, may be, held' various r ? 1 { = U
and : ff
Country -
City
'Hint"1..hrnntc.1 the membersin ; '_ '" II .
uprctnr. was In AH| >i>kti Tuesday In. county hm secured the er- ( by =- 0# ,. \ \ -
opcctini all tree placed I by the (:rlt. regular ti ',."ldn. = - ', ,
At War g vices of the! man who built range il -
"
Property (flog ItrtiUuT ut thin place lie foundno county 1I"t'l1ur brick roudu to superintend One ot tho most Important( mattersdiscusse.l - 1- f1f( .IO..t .....
?! l
IIY"IlduYII character of canker, to at Tallahassee Friday win 1'WJ'fr.
Time Prices | the construction of the the advisability of having flute -_ __= -;& I""--L-= ..:.
n
the satisfaction of the grower former county's first brick roada. For
T. J. Smith and A. C. Starbird were this service the commissioners\ have highway engineer. Fifteen applica' rush
| of live
steam flood of
lions for thin honor were submitted.No -a
!
Ultorn; to Jacksonville Wednesday on
CALI.OR I'HUNi: agreed' to pay him :3'4} per cent of the
business and some pleasure thrownin. amount of the contract price for the action war taken, but at the forthcoming boiling water and the Varnish
E. C. YoungRoom building of the roads. Orlando session this matterFor

S. W. Eldredge and Alfred El- -- ---- -
10, McNelll & DavU lllock. I wasn't harmedIt
Phone 69.!) dredge motored to Orlando Tuesday.Mr. An effort Is being made to establisha
J. C. Johnson of Plymouth has
company of the Florida National
Sale At
purchased a nice automobile and will\ Guard at Plant City. A paper was was VALSPARFinley's
take advantage of the fine brick roads started around the other day and

H BERRY from now on. twenty young men quickly signed up Your Price
Mr, Hen Wilson sustained a revere as members of the new organization. Pioneer
fall 'last week and hart 1't'1ronfln
It will be sent to the Governor as soon
her bed but is reported resting
to
I
sufficient number of -
easy and will be out soon. as secured.lletween a name are curries one of the largest and boot selected I stocks.. of WallPaper

The school opened Mohd&ylth the 10'Hoom llouxe, Lot 180x200, and I'alnletV Supplie' In Florida Including/ the
A complete lino of Ford Accessories largest opening attendance in the hl*. sessions Congressman 8. whole Valentine line Automobile and llouo Vnrnll'tltrpt.
tory of the school. Among the speak* M. Sparkman, chairman the Ither facosj. on three streets" 2 block
; n staff of expert mechnn-
em were J. J, Anderson, Chan Tinker and Huilior Committee, In travelingover from center of City cast ttldt I Contractors for Paper Hanging, Paintingand
lea to render satisfaction In nil !ttlV. Reeves. Superintendent Mel\In.nun the First district! aciUnlntlng| ,
and! I'rof. Fly. The school U second himself with the need: of the people. For Sale nt YOUR PRICE. Decorating
lines of Automobile
Repair to none In the state and has n When this U f finished ho will go into J CORNER; I'INtNU COURT) STREETS; Phone f.7.

Work. Vulcanizing Oils and bright future before It. other counties, so report any, whose MMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMttMMIMMMORLANDO
claim for assistance will come before
'
Gasoline, and fair and square MAPPING LONG ISLAND 1'Olt' his. committee to thoroughly familiarize -

prices CITY'S DEFENSENew himself with the local conditions. CARL DANN

York Oct. 9.-The coast artillery -
Only two weeks ago one man ship
of Fort Totten has been engaged ped 925 head of cattle from Kissimmee ,, ROOFING

for a week in an intensive to Texas ranches. Now the Valley ANL;
For Nine YearsWe study of the topography of Long Gazette announces: "Stockmen of MisdirectedEconomy

Island. Many camp sites and positions Osceola county are preparing to ship SHEET METAL CO
for mortars in case of a defenseof I 1000 head of cattle to the ranch of
have been in business at the New York city from Long Island J. McEIroy, of Odessa Texas
have been mapped out. More than about next Tuesday. This will be the
same location, Corner of South half the men are engaged in map second shipment made to Mr.\ McEl- Trying to save a few cents by Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
making and it is likely that the war the having your work handled by inferior -
Slain and Church Streets. roy during present season. and Rubber
map will be completed before snow hands. RoofingsCornices

Phone 226 A few days Judge Your personal influence is
ago Whitney refused -
flies.Army and navy men working on to issue an injunction in favor greatly enhanced when you are Skylights?Beating Ventilating, &lMaiCeilings;
the new "microphone detector" in of Polk county property owners and clad in immaculate linen.

Orlando's Leading Repair Shop. Gardiner's Bay and Long Island against the Lakeland Phosphate Co., Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Sound are disappointed with its lim charged with a pollution of the wa. OrlandoSteam
and GarageWhen itations. It has been claimed that ters of the upper Hillsboro river. The
with this detector submarines and
injunction was refused on the ground
other vessels approaching a shore or that the company was using due dil- LaundryFRENCH ------- -

other boats can be located and put ligence to avoid pollution. It is said
In A shot DRY CLEANERS $j1Jhi. Yours
out of commission with a but the case will be appealed to the supreme -
the distance of the vessel can not be court. LAUNDERERS
judged by the intensity of the sound PHONE 88 J .r
HurryThe it is found or whether the sound i is + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Respectfully"Is
made by a large vessel far away or + STERN LAW TO STOI' +
a small vessel near at hand, or whereto SPOONINGSt. + Best and Promptest ,4.
best place to eat is at the direct a shot. + Is your stationery of the kind to

Model. Petersburg, Fla., Oct. 9.- + i Auto Livery command respect when you t
Read the Morning Sentinel for the + Nocturnal spooning on the Fountain +
With all the machinery work. news. 10e.:a week delivered. + of Youth pier must subside, + I Service write the above words at the

+ according to the order of Chief + I
close of letter? Our
ing right at regular meal hours 5s your
OSTKOPATIIIC I'JI\"ICI.\X AND + of Police A. J. Eastern, who has + I 5-PASSENGER I
it is possible for ua to turn out SURGEON + requested the commissioners to + Highland Linen is correct stn- 4

n dinner or a supper every :30 : ++ in provide thought the pier that with two lights or three It ++ tionery for correct people but
l Hr Unwell, osteopathic physician BUICK
CARWe
seconds, which is going some. I and surgeon! announce that he! has + large! electric lights! will W IIU'*- + I /Mold' nt umoderate price. It really
returned from Harvard University, + pcndrder the pier for the il- + I
All short orders: served na: where he took pout !!I'IlhmlWill! k liteye iumlnatlon of the blissful scenes + I looks) like :;0<:., but costs only

ear none and throat ilUt'itxe + which are said to take place + call anywhere at any time 1 D .15c.: Wo have variety of
promptly M nature of order will Also ,physical' diamitmU (nerves!
heart lung, kldiwyn mid) other vl... + there. Policemen are commanded '- +
permit cent), and elcctiothunipy und, contafrlous + to order till couple in arm + 1LII1JJIIJ? phnpc! and sizes! ,
.. Gordon's Transfer Co
,asen es. OlTlfi, honey building + to desist. + :
Juan hotel '''\1\1. ,
the oppoxite Sun
ply serving' greater quantity residence 10)8.) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
'phone; Office (U7; \ S. BRANCH
of oyster wo always }have 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 ,

I HAULING OF ALL KINDS TilE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
them fresK. _
SKATING RINK
Our regular 25c. meals and

15c. specials are best for thoseIn
2 ..
a hurry. LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING KINK TUBS-

DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

TheModel Cafe -NO INSTRUCTORS.MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:


Open 10 n.m. to 12 m. 2.30 to 6 7.30 to 10.30
p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. "U '' We are selling black and galvanized pipe at they X

Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. -- best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

ADMISSION 10 CENTS measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation

I -- work you can save money by having us
II I' nr
I cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

"LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor as you can install it yourself.

I ;* r- d. We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos.
Better Known -Jake the
number"
as
to DeLaney Drug Co. ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

t' may have your preferred plumber fit them up If

you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameni -

i can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
Headquarters for Good Smokes. All r closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
ON WEST PINE STREET. JUST '
the' leading brands of Cigars 3 for five years.
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

and CigarettesJ. F. Joseph Raehn Co.


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Phone 204 THE PIPE MAN I

D. WOODBECK Manager. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 '

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The Morning Sentinel Want
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Terms Cash in Adrance. & SALLAS
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
RATES 208 Boone Street
For One Day ______________25t
For Three lay. ____________50c Phone 597.
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month -----_______$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of
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25 words or less. If the ad con-
.. .; : tains more than 25 words the rate DR. N. L. BRYAN
will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New.York, N.Y.
each additional word, for each in- DENTIST
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sertion.If ARCHITECT
you can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
For and Little BathersFor counts opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
Big payable the following day. Bldg Florida.

Every Home-Every Business Member F. A. A.
daddy's morning plunge or for the kiddies' little sponge, there is nothing so convenient as plenty of Every Man has use for a
hot water right at hand. You know the great waste of time and effort in trying to heat water for a Sentinel Want Ad. --

bath in a kettle or in coaxing the kitchen fire into heating the water in the tank hot enough to use. The I Dr. F. F. Thompson

solution is simple. SURVEYINGPlating
FOR SALE
and Sub-Dividing

Heat the Water By GasEither FOR SALE-Nice young fig trees; Dentist
big purple kind; plant them now. PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Also, one-horse cultivator, new, for
115 SOUTH ORANGE
a Circulating or an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater ,.ill assut.. you of having the required sup half 10-10-6t price. 208 E. Robinson avenue. WORK

ply at any time needed. There will be no running up and down stairs with a kettleful of water, no try- 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 FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses,
for hot water about the house make a Gas Water Heater indispensible all seasons of the year. furnished and unfurnished. Also Engineer -- r
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI
have to offer before you buy or
rent. Mrs. Ii. B. Leake, 45 East Pine 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO street 10-8-dw-lmo or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. Phone 72 ..,

FOR SALE-Bicycle: in good condi-
GAS DEPARTMENT tion, can be bought cheap for cash.
Apply 307 East Pine street, or phone
604. 10-9-St Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDEU.

OPTOMETRIST
FOR SALE Model 27 Buick; good and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDAWE
condition. Write Box 567.
9-23-tfc : FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSZ
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
itttlMtMMiMIMIMMMIMMM'' 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 FOR SALE-Lunch wagon, fully .
equipped. 416 Revere street, Con- ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.' JlJn AmnnJ
: cord Park. 10-5-12t
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.
FOR SALE-Second hand Ford Touring WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
car. Inquire of II. R. Berry, cor- or rent your city and county headquarters for all kinds of
ner Main and Church streets. property. Call and see us. Geo. T. bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
10-5-tfc lull[ Co., Rock building, Room 3. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE 10-5-lmoc) 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; I 10-10-tfc
: has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield
porches, heating plant; is modern cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200; CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
FLORIDA : throughout. Smaller 7 room house, $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post- limited number of persons. Pleas-
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East paid. Tomato and eggplants, same ant rooms in new home. All modern
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo: price. Large "Favorite" dry land conveniences. Also furnished rooms
: banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. for housekeeping- Mrs. Gertrude
l FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. Seymour, nurse,'14 High street east
10-5-d&w-tf of Lake Eola. 10-8-lmoc
Furnished 14 room house, on brick
street, arranged for light housekeep BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- ing. Splendid location; large lot. BUYERS AND SELLERSI The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. real
buy, sell, rent, and exchange will bring in a car of fine palms the
9-19-3mo estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., coming week. Any one wishing; his
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest) : over 30 years. Have handled over services and experience will please
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract $20,000,000. Call and see me. drop him a card at once, and he will
prices :: :: :: .... one quarter mile from city limits; 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. call to see you and make you hard
time For reference the
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- prices. see
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. NURSERY TREES-Valencias' Par-' palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
6-9-tf son Browns, and tangerines; rough I I set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney
lemon sour and grapefruit stock fromBassenger I Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
o FOR RENT Hammock Nursery for sale
0, 'cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula,
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WILL RENT four rooms for house- Fin, Route 2. 9-23-lmoc
o keeping, furnished, to man and wife. McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
Call at C. Ackre's grocery store, Con- Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS.
Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest cord Park. 10-7-6t D. Lee twice a day from Spring
Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. FOR
FOR RENT-A good ten room house, Magruder, number 583-R.
prices, to the above addressiMIMMIiMMilllllllllllllimMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIfMtlllll with modern conveniences, centrally 1-9-30-lmoc Caruthers Flowers
located; just the thing for board-
ing house; located in a prosperousand Umbrellas recovered and repaired
growing town; business room on "while you wait." at Young's Repair Leave your orders here
ground floor, 2260. Apply to W. L.
Story, Winter Garden, Fla. 9-30-tfc Shop, 21 E. Pine St.

MIMMMtM* FOR RENT-House on Lucerne Circle YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed Violet Dell Florist.

furnished or unfurnished, by an outside service depart .
I i I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB the season, month or year, with gar- ment and is prepared to give you
I Located in the Arcade BuildingAll age, garden, fruits and flowers. Apply prompt attention. We have a compe- J. &1. CARUTHERSPhone
I to J. F. Watkins. 9-21-lmoc tent man who will fit keys, repair
work guaranteed and neatly your trunk or do anything in the repair 509. 408 South Lake St.
FOR SALEWill done. Our work is the best I FOR RENT-By the season. month, line. He is ready to go at your
and our prices are the lowest. or year, one upstairs flat for light call' now. Just phone 301.
I housekeeping; also other rooms, and 9-12-lmoc
This is the place to have your garage, electric lights!: and bath in
i I --'d clothes made new. house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave., New crop onion sets just arrived,

offer for sale for few Suit -"*ubbed and pressed75c.Suit 9-10-tfc Bermuda, Danvers and Silver Skin. CLINT BASS
a days j I
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Full line garden, field and flower I
LOST-Setter dog, about 3 years old; seeds. Dean, the Seed and Drug Man,
the property corner Orange Avenue, I pressed -------______40c. answers to name of Spot; light tan prop. City Drug Store. 1-9-23-lmoc I PHONE 375
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand and white color. Dog disappeared West Jefferson Street

pressed _________50c about October 1st. Reward for return TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers ,
Jackson and Boone Streets known --- ,
as to P. T. Peel, R. F. F. 1. Successor to
Mohair suits pressed _____.25c. 10-10-6tc repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -I
the skating rink for $26,000. We do ladies' work also. Giveus ; anything in the repair line is Hand Wood
property, a trial and be convinced. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and our line.Shop Just, and phone our man 304, will Young'sRepair call CompanyWood

$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year Clothes called for and delivered. Repair repaired Shop.at Orlando Bicycle 9-8-lmoc and at once. 9-12-1moc I of All Kinds

Phone 613. -
and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY. NOTICE WANTED PROMPT SERVICE

I will not be responsible for any :WANTED-Ford car; must be first REASONABLE PRICE*
debt made by Mrs. R .G. Taylor. class. Phone 35. 10-9-3tc ,
I (Signed) R. G. TAYLOR.
fORD TIRES 1-10-S-St- 'TED-Position as chauffeur; ,
'
thoroughly experienced; can do repair -
LOANS work and can furnish good ref- A. B. Cook & Co.
If you wish to buy, build, or repair erence. Address Mr. R. S. Pifer,
your house we are making some city] Taft, Fla. 10-10-6tc
Front $6.75Rear loans. A. B. Cook & Co.. Orlando. Christ Building, Orlando.
l-10-12te WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
erty for sale or rent. I am having
- -- $$ .25GOODEh SLAUGHTER SALE manp applications for houses, fur- INVESTMENTS LOANS
--- - - ,
-- Buy your wall' paper cheap for the nished and unfurnished. I will be
next few days. Making room for our glad!: to list what you have. :\Irs.H. . STOCKS AND
Try a Sentinel Want Ad :; J\CKSON AND new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
Store Court street. Phone 67. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo. .
ORANGE AVENUE, 9-5-tfc. i BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL IllllllllililllllllM . II II I II I II III III III "II . III I D 1111 1111 tMMMMMMM .

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Circuit court for Orange county
will convene in Orlando early in De

cember.Mr. .
.

Travel in Panamaand John Woodall, of Kissimmee, e
was among the business transactorsin ..
everywhere on American territory, is 8impffi by "A.B.A. Orlando yesterday.
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
. accepted:: like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
; often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques RIDE in Ilamrick's Jitney' Bus one The Alliesof
are ...U.iJen'iWe recommend them to all who travel, for hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc

boTh or pleasure. Miss Pauline Nuckolls has returnee
State Bank of Orlando
to her home in this city from a
this institution
lengthy visit to points in Tennesseeand are

North Carolina.Mr. .


C. F. Johnston, a well known *
Courtesy to everyone;
r newspaper man of Kissimmee, spent
yesterday in Orlando in the interest
Liberality to worthy customers;
of the Tribune Year Book.

r ruqy Loyalty to Community Wellfare;
Fish and oysters received daily.II. .
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
Efficiency in every department;

Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, editor of the
y ti Florida Christian Advocate, Lakeland, Stability assured by Govern-
spent yesterday in Orlando, the guest
ment Supervision.and
of Rev. J. B. Ley. .


Mr. A. R. Bogue left last night on

the 12:40 train for Jacksonville wherehe these are increasing with irresistable
is looking after important business
I matters. force the business of


Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. '
18-21-tf
---

Mrs. O. S. Robinson returned to Orlando
last evening from Daytona '

two Beach weeks where very she delightfully.has spent the past The Peoples National Bank


V. Baylarian has a blotter for Enlist with !
everybody that calls at his store. us
l-10-12-6tc

Mrs. R. C. Ponder returned home ,
I HUPMOBILE"Where I yesterday afternoon over the Coast' ,
Line from a lengthy visit to relatives
and friends in New Briton, Conn.


there'slife Deposit your Savings Checks and '
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
there's Hupp"J. you. 8.12-U 111.11.1..1111.11..111111111.11..1.11.1..1.1.1"I""I"'I'

Mr. M. A. Stewart, of Titusville,arrived .... I. . .. . . ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I..I.I..II..J'fl.III" "
in Orlando yesterday afternoonand
will spend a day or two in Orlando -
visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. F.
P. HOLBROOK Dealer
Johnson, on East Jackson street

Hide Ilamrick's jitney bus, 5e.
18-18-tf

Mr. W. W. Williams left yesterday OAKLAND ROADSTERTop

tea. morning for Mim, on the East Const,
.
." where he will look after the inntulla
tion of the large packing house at
that point for Chase & Company. Windshield, good running condition

-

let Deposit them earn your 4 per Savin cent* Checks interest 8-12-tf and for $150 cash takes it.

> e' you.

State'u Attorney Jos. II. Jones left
yesterday morning for Fort Pierce to
look after the prosecutions which will
come before the circuit court for St.

JUST RECEIVED CAR this Lucie week.county which convenes there San Juan Garage Company i j


LOAD OF
Ride Ilamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
18-18-tf Orlando Day tonaiMtMMMMMMMHMHIIMIIIMIMMMHiltHMMMiMM

Touring Cars Mrs. Chas. Patton, who has been
spending the summer in Nashua N.

I1.. stopped over in Orlando yesterday
$482.00 DeliveredF. afternoon en route to her home in
llradentown, to visit her cousin, Mrs.
J. M. Cheney.


G. RUSH How cash: much or Savings did you Checks save?last 8-12-tf monthin I. . . . . .. . . . . . ..... . . ......
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32 East Church Street Phone ..26IMIIMMK - - - -- -- --- - -
Mrs James Bortrce, who has been +MMMi . . . . tg4Hd
nbsent nil summer visiting points of
ntercst In other states', has returned
to; Orlando and U again established' Who Will Be Your Executor?

ut her home on the corner of Main\
uul Jackson streets.
ANSWER NO. 2

Call nt V. Ilnylariiin'n and see the Your estate may be materially Impaled as a r c ,t t "
'
clothes pressing machine ;
now MU.12.Ctc I :: direct result of the appointment of an executor : '
.. ..... . .. . . ... .. ...>MMMMMi ... or trustee.

Mrs W. A. Hunch left yesterday When an Individual appointed-: ft
afternoon for South Carolina where ,: '
U generally weaker. r
The financial responsibility
she will visit relatives and friends.
She will visit Florence, Columbia, It (U usually provided in wills that the person -s" ,- : ;.
'
t
Spartanburg and other points of in. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused { ,
*t
DiamondsDiamonds terest in the Palmetto State. from giving bonds. #

When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- at -
How much did you save last monthn pense of the estate and then only partial secu '
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
rity against loss is provided. t;
the pure, white snappy, Rev. Walt Holcomb, an eminent divine When a Trust Company is selected j
sparkling gem it's a pleasure to look '
Tenn. is
of Nashville, expectedto
financial
at. The kind it's a satisfaction to assist Rev.F. The positive advantage of strong re-
reach Orlando today to
own in after years. That's the kind sponsibility is secured. j
the Methodist
F. B. Ley, pastor of __
_
_
of diamonds we have sold for years church, in the revival services which A bond which has behind it the entire financial
back and the only kind to buy. And he is conducting there this week. strength of the Institution is always filed with _
when it comes to price, we know our the Probate Court at nn cost to the estate. ,

prices are as low as any store in the Get your next shave at the Stand Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue rf
State. ard. 18-21-tf 1 "
of this newspaper. Y
I .
Mr. Victor Gentile, one of the citrus
kings of DeSoto county, motored to Come in any time and freely ask for further
Orlando yesterday from Bowling information on this vitally important subject.
Green to meet his brother Mr. Lawrence You are always welcome and our offics are always -
Gentile, and family, who ar- glad to advise.
T. H. EVANS rind from the North on the afternoon -

--train.-- - DoctorsBuckinastiT The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


JEWELER Orlando Florida
& Brinulagc!! ,


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still) Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
JJ -a----a--.J.-----. I.I..I..I..H 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Pt>oplr.
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