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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 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00538
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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T . THE MORNING- -- .. SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUI 1)AY, QCTQHER n 19, 1915. ,
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BULGARS HAVE BEEN REPULSED ALONG






THE ENTIRE LINE--SERBIANS IN PURSUIT




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LATE SERBS DISPATCH BULGARS HAVE EDGE SAYS ON THE FRYE CASE WILL( IMPORTANT RESOLUTION ORLANDO SECURITIES CO. GERMANS A K E



INTRODUCED BEFORE B. T. TO OPEN OFFICE


ALLIES ARE RUSHING MANY TROOPSTo BESETTLEDSHORTLY DESPERATEA1TACKS

At the Orlando Board of Trade meeting ;last night the following J. EDSON ANDREWS RETURNS

resolution was introduced by W. P. Watson. No action was taken. -

the Front-Shake-up in Dar It was the unanimous voice of the fifty members present that no FROM CHICAGO: ; ; IS

danelles OlTicials-Bern. action be taken until the proposition had been placed in the hands OPTIMISTIC OVER OUTLOOK

storfT Has Good of every member, and the (question thoroughly discussed pro and FOR Jo'I.OHIU.TillS

con.The WINTER.
News I REPLY OF U. S. TO GERMANY text of the resolution follows:

"Whereas the legislature of Florida by a special act authorized Mr. J. Edson Andrews who has FAIL TO HHEAK THROUGH
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ON CASE MADE the City of Orlando to levy and collect mill
one for the purpose of been spending several weeks in Chicago FRENCH[ LINES
+ 'SHAKE UI' IN IW1TISH COMMAND + PUBLIC YESTERDAYTO giving publicity to the advantages, facilities and productions of looking after AT
+ AT DARDANELLES + Orlando and the section surrounding; and important business SOUCIIEZA
"Whereas such levy will raise approximately $5,500 annually; matters has returned to Orlando lIe
+
ARBITRATE therefore was accompanied South by Mr. W. A.
+ Bulletin: London Oct. 18.- + BY A COMMISSIONFirst "Be it resolved by the Orlando Board of Trade, that it is the Riddle. They are making their homeat FIERCE ARTILLERY
+ General Sir C. C Monro has + sense of this body that not less than 50 per cent. of the sum raised CANNONADEGerman
the San Juan hotel.
+ been designated to succeed Gen- + under such levy should be expended on a Municipal Building for the
Chief of Mexico Will Be purpose of advertisement and space set apart in said building for Mr. C. E. Riddle who has been
+ eral Sir Ian Hamilton in com- + the purpose of keeping exhibition the Attack
on products of field forest making his headquarters in Eustis, Forestalled by
+mand of the allied troops in the + Recognized Today-Action and mine as a permanent advertisement and for publicity as .
spe- will an office in Jacksonville..
open Terrific Fire
+ Mediterranean. Attorney Gen + Taken cifiically provided in said act. From French
After
Pan-Amer.
"Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be furnished our Hon- W. A. Riddle who has been devoting
+ eta Cadson authorizes this + Batteries
an- orable Board -Ilritish Repulsed -
ican Conference of City Commissioners. much of his time to affairs in Lake
+vnouncement. +

... ..a. ... ..a. ... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .-".- ._... county will in the future confine his Says Berlin
T T T T T T T T T T T T
Washington Oct. 18.-The reply of Details Of The operations to this section. -

the United States to Germany on the Rousing Board Of Trade The Orlando Securities Companyare London, Oct. 18.The Germans are
Oct. 18.-A late edition
London t
J proposition to arbitrate the amount of looking for a desirable location to making a desperate effort to break
the Evening News publishes the following Session Last
Night
dispatch from Athens damaire to the hull of Frye and the ..... open their offices and as soon as secured through the French lines northeast of
:
violation of the treaty in the sinkingof Aside from the important resolu The following statistics will make an announcement in Souchez and to project their advance
were
"The Bulgarians have been printed -
along the whole line. The Serbians repulsed -- that American merchantman by a tion introduced by W. P. Watson, the on slips and circulated to the mem- the Sentinel Mr. Andrews' is very line so far into the French defenses

considered German auxiliary cruiser was made most striking feature of the Board of bers present President Dow reading optimistic over the outlook for Flor that the French on Hill No. 140 will
and
the allies are now are advancing against secure the public today by the state department.The Trade meeting last night at the San each item carefully and the members ida the coming season. be exposed on their flank and forcedto

salient points in the note are: Juan hotel was the increased attendance discussing them.Proposed withdraw.
Bulgarians. The allied being
troops are
First the United States agrees to fully fifty members being pres DAY OF INSPIRATION FOR THE The bitterest attacks took place to-
rushed the
to front hastily. Community Building
arbitrate bye commission of one from LOCAL BARACAS AND day on Hachewood, and a final effortof
ent.It Estimated income
:
each country the amount of damages; was the unanimous vote of the PHILATHEAS the Germans apparently was to
Bucharest Reports Activity Estimated membership 300, at
Bucharest Oct. 18.-There has been and the United States proposes thatif Board that in the future the name $10 per annum ___________$ 3,000 Sunday was a day of inspirationfor have been made this afternoon but

the commission can not agree an "Board of Trade Building" be supplanted Bowling alley, $35 per month the I local Baracas and Philatheas after their artillery proceeded at

great diplomatic activity here within'L umpire be called or failing in the by "The Community Build $420; poof' tables. $.10 per when Mr. Gordon G. Singleton of length with an intense cannonade and

the past twenty.four hours. The minliters commisison plan the matter will b ing. month $ISO; shuttle! board Atlanta Ga., editor of the Karaca- when the Germans had massed and
$300 __ ____
representing the quadruple en ________ 1.:00
held with} settled by diplomatic negotiations. The president of the Florida Equal: Soft drink stand, cigars, Philathca Journal made several ud the columns were' about to debauchfor
tente
lengthy
a conference : : .Scoqndt the United' States agrees to Suffrage League and the Orlando kitchenette upstairs C'tr"i dresses in addition to local speakers nn attack the French batteries
foreign Minister llrutino and the Serbian ?
submit to arbitration the interpretations Equal: Suffrage League were voted down, $25 per month _..a 300 of note. again threw into the front infantry

l King minister Ferdinand.. received. an audience. by of \\j\tt treaty of 17Pl: and 182, honorary memberships in the Board Gymnasium month for income tnni. &iit-f:0c.. per for At 1):45: : Mr. Singleton addressedthe ! n 'harrier of fire and the attack was

under which Germnny claims that she of Trade. women and children --_... 000) classes in the Barucu\ hall on theBubjcct. forestalled.On .

hud n right to sink the Pr'e.Third. The Hoard voted unanimously i in Privilege of winter members "The Essentials: of the Or- the British front according to ti

BvrnxlorjT Speak. an Germany referred to the favor of the rooms in the Arcade: of Board of Trade, ,. $u per gmiizcd Itarucn and Philathea ClASS" Berlin report, the English: attcmpte I
New York Oct. Ambassador year 1,200
Declaration of London n* an author building, directly south the Sentinel Transients- ts.uuo- registered rn.- The three essentials uU :Mr. Singleton to drive in the Germans from their
,
Bernstortf tonight said: "I received n
ity for her right to destroy the Frye office across tho' 'Ourt. n!* tourist last year during reason, eve are first good leadership, second advance! position northeast of Ver-

cunuu: uicutiulquJuy saying that Herman the United States maker the following i headquarters for the coming win estimate! 3.UOO pay nothing: the proper class activities and third mdles where the German line juts

submarine have recently sunk ter As the 1.000 1 month at 50o.; l.OiKl the of the class .far into that of the
proposition: "Without admitting season. rooms will be 2 months proper use hour. At British but the
23 of the ('nem'ess ls. including at 50c.; 1,000 3
four transports_ of the allies In the that the Declaration of Jxindon is in teased by the Board for one full yearit months at 60c. ._______-__ 3,000 the eleven o'clock hour Mr. Singleton British attacks failed Berlin says

force, and on the understanding that is likely that many Board of Trade Rental of auditorium for occupied the pulpit of the First flap
Mediterranean.. This is the
sum total
the requirement of article 50 of the meetings will be held in this room dunces basket ball contests tist church and spoke on "The Great DEATH OF J. E. HUNT AT
of knowl'dge.lcLE.X and other entertainments
my Declaration that "before a vessel can until the Community Building is completed three times per month during -, est Need of the Age." His remarkon OVIEDO SATURDAYOn

be destroyed all persons on board and ready for occupancy. winter once per month this timely subject were both interesting Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock
OFF. TO ATTEND POST.LSTEUS'
) must be placed in safety" is not sat- Another important item of businessand during. summer, at $25; ____ 600 and profitable and while his occurred the death of Joseph Elias

) CONVENTION isfied by merely giving them an opportunity one which the Board of Trade $l tier y;earfor, 100 lockers100 principal appeal was to the young Hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.

Postmaster. C. McLean was a to 'escape: in lifeboats the passed unanimously was a resolution Total __$10,000 people all enjoyed it. C. Branham at Oviedo Mrs. Bran-
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passenger yesterday over the north I government of the United States is offered by Col. J. N. Bradshaw speci- At the mass meeting in the afternoon ham being his daughter. For some

bound Atlantic Coast'Line, en route willing pending the arbitrators' fying that no member of the Orlando Estimated expense: Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny spoke on time the deceased had been afflicted

tt Washington D. C., (o attend the award ia this case to accept the Dec- Board of Trade should accept any Janitor services two men____$ 600 "The Class Hour," which proved to be with rheumatism. His death Saturday

annual convention of postmasters.Mrs. ;Manager -__________________ 1,000
laration of London as the rule governing questionable outside advertising Light, heat and water ______ 150 very interesting and one of the most came with little apparent suffer-

McLeanf who has been visiting the conduct of the German scheme unless said scheme was ap- Taxes exempt ______________ ____ practical of the afternoon. The ad- ing.

relatives in'Connecticut for some government in relation to the. treat- proved by a special Board of Trade Insurance __________________ 400- vantages of federation were ably pre- Funeral services were held Sunday

weeks will accompany Mr. McLean ment of American vessels carrying committee. An amendment to the Interest on $20,000 at 7 pct.__ 1,400 sented by Mr. C. P. Dow. afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Bran-
Interest on $23,000 at 8 pet.__ :2,000
home. cargoes of absolute contraband and ;'original resolution was carried that a The subject of the evening addresswas ham home at Oviedo the Rev. C. E.

on this understanding the governmentof committee of three men secure signa- Total ____________-_--____$ 5,550 the most appreciated by the local Gutteridge, pastor of the First Methodist -

ROBERT" B. WARD IS DEAD the United States agrees to refer tures of the business men approvingthis Baracas and Philatheas, the subject, church of that place officiating.

Expenses _________________
New York Oct. IS -Robert B. $ 5,550 ; "The Baraca-Philathea
to arbitration this question of treaty action. Balance _ Movement Its Interment was at Greenwood cemetery -
-------- 4,450;
Ward president of the Ward Baking - = h--- I
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interpretation. -- -- Origin Meaning, Purpose Plan Field Orlando, yesterday morning

company and of the Brooklyn Federal It is expected that the concessions and Future," were shown to be of short services being conducted at the

League baseball club died suddenlyat made by the United States and Germany IRS GAIT HAS FORTUNE SEVERE CABLE BREAK B R K IN tremendous import to the youth of cemetery.
sit o'clock this afternoon at his
mutually in this case will lead ( this age one of the greatest forces Joseph Elias Hunt was born April

residence at New Rochelle death be- to early arbitration on this longstanding for the growth of the individual 11.. 1841 at Nashville Tenn. tIp to

ing ascribed to heart disease. case on the terms of the OF $$250,000 TELEPHONE LINEThe I church when their platform is lived six years ago he made his home at

American note. i up to. 'Mount Vernon Ill., but since then he
,
+ + + + + + + I
+ + + + + + + + - -
Orlando is one of the cities .Ir. Singleton has resided in Orlando and Oviedo.
+ + Washington Oct. 18.-Mrs. Galt most serious
Carranza'a Big Day damage to the visits in his tour of the state, His wife departed this life Septem-
will spend tomorrow at Baltimore in- Orlando
: TRUTHTelling : Washington Oct. 18.-Secretary specting gowns for her trousseau.Her sult of the Telephone recent company storms as a the re- coming here from Jacksonville and ber :5, 1912. He was a G. A. R., and

Lansing announced this afternoon was DeLand. He left here this morningfor for four years served in the civil war
+ + companion will be Miss Margaret cable break on South Garland
that the United States would recog- street Lakeland and Tampa where he in an Illinois regiment.
the truth hurts + Bones.
+ always between Church and South '
+ the other fellow. When the Sunday + nize tomorrow the de facto govern- The president's schedule will take caused by streets, 'I. will conduct conferences and address lie leaves two sons and two daugh-
a
+ Morning Sentinel, October + ment of Carranza in :Mexico. After a sewer cave-in. the Baracas and Philatheas. ters to mourn his loss. They are Mrs.T. .
and declared + I him to Princeton to vote for woman=s The rains last week caused the
+ 1605
17, published copies short session today the PanAmericanI G. Branham Oviedo Mrs. G. S.
;
+ that this figure marked "a + suffrage but he will return to the quicksand to begin working, with the
+ new circulation record for this + conference at the state department White House in time for a family din- result that the cable LOCAL MEN LEASE DELAND Brown, Opdyke Ill.; L. T. Hunt Oviedo -
for this + issued the following official formal was carried OPERA HOUSE and U. S. Hunt
+ time of the year newspaper which Mount Vernon
ner at Mrs. I
+ ," and that "the circulation + statement: party Galt will bea down still further by the weight of III.

+ figures represent the largest circulation + member. its lead sheath, which finally broke
"The conferees after instructions of I Messrs. Mac Tallman and Cyril
+ of any daily + Investigation revealed today that letting the water reach
newspaper the wires LETTERS TO THE
their several governments will I Happersett of Orlando have leased SENTINEL
+ in + recog- .
evening published
morning or Mrs. Galt is the sole possessor of a j j within crossing them v
+ Seminole Lake Osceola, Orangeor + nize the de facto government in Mexico hopelessly and the DeLand opera house from November -
+ fortune estimated at more than $250- putting the entire line out of commis- Editor Sentinel:-I would
+ other county in Central suggest
any of which Carranza is the chief executh'e 1. Mr. Tallman states that I
+ Florida," etc., it appears that a + 000 and her annual income for several sion. that the auto owners of Orlando forma
the opera house is a beauty and one
+ bomb was planted under the + years is declared to have been Mr. -
+ esteemed Orlando Evening Re- + The fact of his recognition will go I Reynolds, acting manager, of the best in Florida. He will man- protective society and each agreeto
not less than $20,000. : stated that the line had been carried pay $1 when a car is stolen this
+
+ porter-Star. Because yesterday I to Carranza tomorrow through his age the theatre and many fine shows

+ that journal came out with a first + confidential agent at Washington, (down from an original depth of twoI for the coming winter season will be money to go as a reward to catch and
+ article on "Truth false- + FLOOD HAS SPENT feet below surface punish the thief. This
+ hood cage, and sworn state- + Arredondo to whom Secretary Lan FORCE i I i to eight feet below. booked. Up to Saturday. Tallmanhas will be protec-
pretense The flood has spent its The repair gang was at work on the tion for every car owner. I might
+ ments. Truth is truth facts + sing wrote a letter today, addressinghim force and in been with the Grand Amusement
+ the evening + all sections of the : break all of yesterday making very add that I am willing to head the list.
are facts and paper in a private capacity, and advis- city the angrywaters company, of this city as manager and
+ feeling the sting of competitionwhich + ing him of the action taken by the are receding. The sink hole (slight progress, and it is probable leader of the orchestra.C. Also it is not too late to apply aboveto

+ we do not recognize, got + has dropped several inches and 'that the work will not be completed the cars lost by Mr. Branch and
+ all riled and disturbed because + conference. a nor
i + up mal condition is expected before j before tonight. Meanwhile patrons Mr. Hastings. ,
the growth of the morning pathat + many A. HOVEY RETURNS FROM

+ per. the logical newspaper for + ONE FORD IN NEBRASKAThe days. There were no accidents Sunday j who reside on Lake Lucerne and in GLENS FALLS N. y. Safety, first.

+ any community is so plainly ev- + or yesterday on any of the streets the southwest part of the city will be HUGH C. ALLEN.E. .
+ ident And astonishing. The fact + I I Mr. C. A. Hovey, Orlando's public
sheriff and have clue The temporarily inconvenienced.
police no
or highways.
city
commissioners
+ the Evening Reporter-Star + I Kenefactor returned to his home 417 G. DUCKWORTH S-"
+ rotblished so thousand upon 01' as to who stole W. S. Branch's or Ed. have been working overtime, the san- RETUR
many | West street, yesterday afternoon
j
SUCCESSFULLY FROM; EXTENSIVE
UNDERGOES
BUYING
+ thousand time + Ford -
newspapers at one ,Hastings' car Saturday night. itary sewers having nearly
twenty from Glens N. Y.
+ doesn't OPERATIONS. Falls where he
the Sentinel in t TRIP
concern
Ed. Robinson has also been the vic- breaks all being
repaired or in
+ the least. Past performancesare + pro- spent the summer. He will be joined Mr. E. G. Duckworth
tim of auto thief, he returned to
an too losinghis of
cess repair.
+ fine things to dream about. + V. Phillips who was operated on later by Mrs. Hovey who will remaina Orlando afternoon
yesterday from-
+ Fourteen new subscribers were + Ford car late Saturday night. The ; a
+ added to the Sentinel family yesterday + [car stolen several weeks ago and be- THE WEATHER yesterday morning for appendicitisby while longer in the Empire State. visit to the buying centers': of the

+ and it won't be long until + longing to an Ocala resident has been Dr. Christ assisted by Drs. Mc- North and East including New York,
+ the 2,000 mark is reached. SubscTlbe + For Florida: Partly cloudy today, 'Elroy, and Hotard of Winter Park is Latest music, latest books finest Philadelphia and Boston, where he
+ now. + traced to Nebraska. It's recovery is with probably local showers stationery, Columbia records latest
moder- and his
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + r.-t d ftt en early date.:! ate e."* tvrf'3.:: ; resting is easy complete recovers magazines. Curtis & O'Neal book ,I purchased extensively for the Yowell1Ducaworth -
;iCl.ted.
a: store. department; store.
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THE DAILY SAN ECONOMIC REVOLUTION MISS STIRLING WINS FIRST f

IMPENDING. MATCH OF ATLANTA
South Florida Sentinel
The Manufacturers Record in a GOLF SERIES
MORNING AND WCEK&Y page review of the Methodist Tem SOME MERCHANTSmay
w. U. GLENN ......................Edtlt
W. C. ESSI.NCTONCatcnd ......&.-- ......r perance Society's recent report on the Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 16.-Miss Alex
attitude of the and steel trade
iron Stirling the Southern woman golf
at the _tome. at Orlando. JTocU -
*. m* Second CUM Mill Matter toward abstinence, asserts that the champion in a match in the first practice the habit of mixing their old seed with the fresh,
SUBSCRIPTION BATE concerns listed by the temperance society flight in the woman's invitation tour-
D.By. I Tfer ........................ fi. 0Dtfy. as prohibiting the of alcoholic but we don't, we burn the bad stock and sell the and
use nament, defeated Mrs. W. C. new we
a Pave ...................... X.M Hall ,
D.il7, I Month ...................... LZC drinks to the extent of their also of Atlanta, 6 up and 5 to play. find this
Ml*. : Moot ....................... J9 power "represent an investment ol brings us a bigger profit. -t

*..b s. I T.*r ...................... ILOO probably over a billion dollars, not

ALl BtmaCXIPTlON PATABLB IN counting the still larger sum represented -
ADTANCI by their affilaited companies, BULK GARDEN
end the number of hands empiloyedruns $29.15WASHINGTON
TO ADVUTUBUiutf
into the hundreds of thousands. i *'
O r.w ...ey all .N.r ........ "This remarkable of SEEDare
very survey
tr...4a&a'M bs toad.e M hMUMMMB
.....-el .... ..tt...-.. (j. I ".!fI1M the work that the foremost iron and
taM ......... .
4v p Tkta rmUU .u.- D D. C c.
steel of the United States
seas.s for ..*tract MTMtldMI U bY..rf.M..ad people are
the best
if
.. to buy know they fresh and mix.
via M MrfeUrtBMld s doing to lessen the drink evil It one of you are not a

.... the most interesting reports ever is- ture of old and new seed.
.ribeN drblae! 'ne ....U... dhoe.d.ad AND RETURNVIA
notify UM offlv la writlnc OBIk. sued in this country," says the Rec
... of snlrMiaa.. ot&.rwU. U wUl Mw.dawl
ord. "The magnitude of the in.
.* ... rwitlvodc ..b.orlpiio. rM4eo very
...11 ,. to .top fa n<. -. terests represented and of the state.
T........ N....' ...................... It
ments made by them makes it impos. SEAN

TUESU.OcrOBEU 19, 19U 'Bible for any business concern or any Atlantic Coast Line

'newspaper to ignore their views, entirely "The Drug and Seed Man"

_
Thimbles not without regard to what employ
are near so popular
tor birthday presents a* are ankle ers and employes may have believedIn Standard Railroad of the South PROPRIETOR
watches. the past as to this subject.

o o CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

While the nations at war are con. Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th
tinually retrenching, they are still ,IA Poem For The Day I FLORIDARide
getting deeper in debt. Extended to Nov. 15th on pay.

o LOYALTY ment of $1.00 I
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The fellow who was kicking about -
the wet weather several dais ago is Whatever you did in years that are
gone, Steel Pullman Electric Lights Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. ; . . iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiMiiiii .
for fear there is
now worrying goingto
In the year that is yours today, 18-18-tf A -
be a drouth. lift up your brow in the light of the Electric Fans .:
II'
o sun .
Every day sees a steady increase in Be loyal and brave and pray.

out of town renters and inquiries Be true and dare for the right my FOR SALE GOLD DUSTHave ;
from persons who are contemplating friend. For Information Call on I

moving here.A And follow your high ideal W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. you seen the Gold Dust Twins on display in our
And so, as the beautiful seasons roll,
o You shall see your dreams grow i W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. window
meteorological expert has writ real.Be I Orlando 5 acres quarter mile from city, half ?
ten a long article to explain the in bearing budded orange and
weather for the true and dare for the right, my
summer just pastThe friend grapefruit, 1500. VEGETABLES
gist of his argument seems to be Fear nothing and dread no blame, 10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young :
that there is no reason for it; that it In this brief life, all' hastes to an end FIELD'SCHOCOLATE bearing grove; small house. $2,000. .
just happened Save only the word of shame. Remember, we carry all kinds of Fresh Vegetables. :
10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good

o The loyal heart is never alone, citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking I I' :
Short skirts are getting still short. There are ever comrades real, land. S600XXX I. .
ere More than one autumn gown has Who will make the cause of love their i: Pan Cake Flour Maple :
Syrup
own. 60 acres, all fenced 20 cleared; small : : :
been that
seen didn't come within .
And stand true steel. 4-room house good barn I'.
ten inches of the ground. by you as VANILLA grove; ; .
and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200
o Steadfast and of
unswerving
pure TUTI FRUTI 40 acres, 15 acres fenced small
Past is the time when big ball heart.
and shine house, garage and outbuildings.
teams bled Florida cities for thou- Meet shadow alike.
And shunning only the coward's part, GUAVAICE The land corners on large spring
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
sands of dollars because the town Learn when to wait or strike. lake. Very cheap 1500.
wanted the team to train there. The CREAMS.
time has come that the Florida winter Have[ thou no fears for the years 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out,
1000.
weather and climate indispensable gone.
are as

training.-Tarpon to the successful Springs team Leader.as its Wears The aunt year on his that front is ours the today light of the AUTO LUNCHESA City and Country Our Grocery CompanyTwo

o We may labor and hope, and pray SPECIALTYCLUB Property At War
-Margaret E. Sangster.
ADVERTISING.The Q Phones: 3 and 200

man who does not advertise DIVORCE AT AN END Time PricesCALL

simply because his grandfather did SANDWICH 25e. 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

not should wear knee breeches and a Mrs. H. C. Sparkman, of Daytona,

wig, says an exchange.The was at DeLand Monday, the guest of OR PHONE 1- _ _ _ _ _

man who does not advertise be- Mrs. M. G. Rowe. A divorce was We Make Our Own Ice Cream. Packed E. C.
cause it costs money should quit paying granted Mr. Sparkman last Saturday, YoungRoom

salaries for the same reason. the wife not appearing with any defense and Delivered for All 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
The man who does not advertise be- a settlement of their domestic Phone 569.
cause he doesn't know how to writean troubles having been previously ar- Occasions

advertisement should quit eating rtnged between them the husband Yancey Meat Market Inc.
because he can't cook. I
and the wife ,
making accepting certain -
The who does not advertise because The Eola
man : monetary considerations.-Volu- Packing Company FULLY PAID UP
somebody said it did not pay Record.AUTOMOBILE .
should not believe the world is round sia County T. A. YANCEY.Jr., Prig and Mgr.

because the ancients said it was flat LICENSES BEING SpecialtiesCustom ORLANDO, FLORIDA

SOME,- NEW 0 PAID SLOWLYTax Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice .

DEFINITIONS.IlusbandA. Collector W, E. Martin has issued Packers Modern Equipment, Shippers and Buyers; Cash Florida and Western Meats

convenience used by about 350 auto licenses to dtte. f.o.b. selling; Growers' Agents; Personal Attention.
married women for the purpose of After November 5th the delinquentis Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
their bills. Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
paying liable to prosecution.A Special AUe,,".. to Hotel and O.t.f Twn Order
Wife-A domestic servant who for harvesting and packing their crops.

works without pay and who can not GOOD INVESTMENT Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods. PHONES /BualNCM.?,_,___, Ijf,3S Cef 0r.ng P..O.A.IOXaa.. and Church Su
be fired if incompetent.
PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .
Marriage-A legalized arrangement Is[ one that will yield a guaranteed

whereby a man and woman may battle income investments for ten years.yielding We 8 handle per cent income B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,

with each other 'till death do them net regularly. Real Estate Bonds, Packing House Manager.Patronage .
part. Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
Divorce-The martial declarationof money should yield 8 per cent Respectfully Solicited The v arketI ::
in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan
independence do. 10-15-lmc I OF CLEANLINESS OF
Dollar-The most popular of the QUALITY
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American idols.AutomobilesA. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

sensational and SKATING RINKLADIES' FRESH AND SALT MEATS

thrilling means of suicide. method of ORLANDO CONCRETE[ [ I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
War-A highly approved
getting rid of the best manhood of a Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

country and retaining the weak and WORKS SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- and pure.

incompetent. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have:
everything in the Meat Line.
-o 407 LONG STREET -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
)IAETERLlSCK'SARRAIGX
IEXT OF GERMANY. INSTRUCTORS.Open BC. IWE. Self & Co.

Through two distinct the whole will course powers of have history i 10 a.m. to 12 nu, 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 pun. to 10.30 p.m. PHONE NO. 89 PINE STREET

been noticed that would seem to be i All classes of Concrete work Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
the elemental manifestations -
opposing done. Concrete Building Blocks,
of the spirit of our globe, one . -
Piers, Walks, Steps Lawn Ben-
seeking only evil, injustice tyranny,
suffering; the other striving for liberty ches, White Way Posts, Rose ADMISSION 10 CENTS

right, radiance and joy. These and Vine Trelices Fence and CHALMERS AGENCYNew

two powers stand once again face to Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian

face. Our opportunity is to annihilate Vases of every description, . .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.

the one that comes from below. ,
and Bird Fountains. Bring your Chalmers 8-40-1 win arrive about the
know how be that passenger
Let us to pitiless The Men's
plans and get estimate for con- MeetingAt
we may have no more need for pity.It 20th. nS
s :
crete work. Call and see our
the of defense
it is is essential measure that the organic modern world; granite and other natural rock the Grand, Sunday. Did you go? You enjoyed it, did We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
you not? In fact, it was a treat. What is more, it cost
should stamp out Prussian militarismas faced building blocks. Plans
you very little. Likewise your stock will find our feedsa
it would be to stamp out a poison and estimates made. All work treat and enjoy them, and you will find the cost low,
fungus that for half a century has
guaranteed.A. quality considered.Give -
'poisoned its days. The health of our
is the Tomorrow the us a trial and be convinced.P. .
planet question. AUTO WASHING\ STATION
United States and Europe will haveto S.-With eggs at 45c., you can't afford to neglectthe

take measures for the convales- B. Cook & Co. hens.
cence of the Earth.-Passage from
Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
Maeterlinck's arraignment of the con Christ Building, Orlando. ,

querors of Belgium.o The Co-Operative Produce Co. I PHONE 447


SKATING RINK; Building Materials and Income ; I W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 :: I

further notice ladies admitted Investments

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FASHION
You are cordially invited 8 to 10 P. M. Music ,
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In the Store all Day Friday, Oct. 22, 1915
A

-A N EXPOSITION worthy of your attention. We

are now displaying the most thorough and complete stocksof
Modern Merchandise ever gathered under this roof. Our opening is )late this
season, and our buyers were late going to the market, therefore they were in
c: time for the beautiful fashion Shows in New York, which gave them wonderful
rin Y.cs's y ideas of what would be the best to buy, thereby getting the last word in styles,
so we are prepared to show in our Opening the newest of the new. And every
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section of this well stocked store is prepared to make your shopping comfortable
I and profitable. We invite you to visit our Opening THURSDAY NIGHT on
the ROOF GARDEN and FRIDAY all day in the STORE. Come see the inter-
esting items we have to show. You will not regret the coming---roam around to
your heart's content, as you are always welcome.


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Fashions trend toward the beautiful styles that include the Picture Hat, Ostrich Plumes,

Beaded Ornaments, Ribbons and Bandings. The advent of these styles find us ready to furnish your
every need. Many beautiful charming hats just out of our work room will be shown for the first time.

Simplicity is the pass word, simplicity that demands in the designer the most elusive art of all...the art of

line. The sombre hues dominate relieved by golden glint or silver shean of metallic ornaments, Raven

Blue, Church} Purple, Seagreen, Brodeaux and Black and White seem to be the chosen
colors. Many copies of original Paris models, creations of our own designers. Among the
"'"" many beautiful models shown will be the Chin-Chin Turban, Talbot Evelyne Varon and

t and Tappe Model After you see them you cannot help but appreciate their attractiveness
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H Cn"n ATTKVDANCE nims'! ,
11.\S t" HrOn HI{JNn.\Y! V
The Sunday evening devotional
service of the Christian )Endeavor so- I
WinterParkNews ciety was a record breaker for at- Household Days

tendance, for the summer and fall

season, sixty being present. An in-
teresting meeting was enjoyed, and ,
the leaders feel greatly encouragedover *
A Three
Lively
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe organization.the outlook for the work of the Day Sale


Town And Rollins College $:i0 REWARDFor Commencing Next WednesdayAnd

return of Ford car, stolen Satur-
day night in front of Yancey's meat
WINTER PARK'S ADVERTISIXGC.UII'JGX COLLEGE BOY LEAVES ON SAD market. Engine No. 624278.: Li- Continuing Thru' Friday of
THROUGHOUT MISSION cense No. 11.997, county 621. 1915 Everything

TilE COUNTRY Henry McNeil a student in the model. Ed Hastings. 10-19-6t Appertaining to Home
Winter Park is being more widely freshman class of the Rollins prepar Furnishings

advertised at this time than ever be- atory department, was notified by
fore in its history, through an exten- wire late Sunday evening of the deathof H R. BERRY SHEETS, SLIPS, TOWELS, COMFORTERSCURTALV GOODS, BLANKETS, QUILTS. ,

sive publicity campaign under the direction his mother, who had been ill for TABLE AND OTHER LINENS, ETC., ETC.
of Professor Hiram Powers, some time past at their home near

of Rollins College. Sebring. Yesterday morning McNeil,

During the past months of June, accompanied by his father, left for
July, August and September, Prof. the old home in Indiana, where the A complete line of Ford Accessories True economy is being able to buy the things you want, when you want them, at the
Powers travelled extensively throughout mother is to be buried. prices you want to pay for them. RIGHT HERE, on these three days is where your op

the North, arousing interest in The McNeil family came to Florida. ; a staff of expert mechanics portunity comes in to practice economy-prices are low, and assortments complete.
Winter Park as a winter resort among some two years ago and settled near Within the past three months the
to render satisfaction in all price.of cottons and linens have advanced
those who from
are likely to visit Florida
Sebring, where they have since lived.
20 to 33 cent. All of
during the season. As a result of Young McNeil entered Rollins for the lines of Automobile Repair per our purchases were made before any advance took place. Our

his efforts, articles on Winter Park first time this year, and has shown prices are based on these costs. Many of the special prices we quote are much lower thanwe

have begun to appear in newspapersand himself to be a quiet and gentlemanlyfellow Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and can buy ourselves to day.

magazines. One of these was to whom the sympathy of the Gasoline, and fair and square-
published in the September number of entire student body and faculty goes

"Golf," published! in New York, and out in this, the darkest hour of his prices. IIUCIIAIIACK TOWELS SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS
read in most of the golf clubs.A i life. Cotton Huck, special Irish finish, full size,

booklet describing Winter Parkis very special, exceptional at 1.20 Popular 72x90 ---------------______50c
being distributed in many parts of DYNAMITE \ dozen for _____95c; Mohawk
DAM 63x90
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SUNDAYOn --------------- --------------______S5c;
the country. This is undoubtedlyone Cotton Huck, White and colored
account of the rise in the water Mohawk, 72x90
___85c
of the most attractive booklets level of Lakes For Nine YearsWe borders, regular $1.80 dozen for: $1.20Linen -----------------
Virginia, Osceola, and Mohawk
issued in Florida this year, and con_ Maitland, it was found Sunday lucks, 23c., 35c., 50c.. G5e., 75c., 81x90 -------------______90c)

sists of a rough edge white cover to dynamite the dam necessary between the- $1.00 and $1.25. Special prices. Mohawk 81x99 -----------_-______95c
with an ivory-tinted embossed title have been in business at the Mohawk, 90x90 ___
latter lake and Lake Ho well. The TURKISH TOWELS --------------- $1.00Euneida

which encloses two good maps and dam was put in with the intention of same location, Corner of South We carry one of the I largest stocks of 63x90 -----------------___G5c
twenty-four pages of handsome illus- holding the first mentioned lakes at Turkish towels of store in the State.EuneIda, 81x90 ____G9c
trations in brown, on ivory-tinted Main and Church Streets. any ----------------
background.The a constant level, but the tremendous Bought direct from the manufacturersEuneida, 81x90 ---------------_____83c
amount of water which has fallen Phone 226 -Jobbers eliminated. Prices the lowest.
Shamrock
color scheme suggests sunlightand 81x90 ___75c
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lately caused the water to back up to Note these specials:
is beautifully carried out with Demco, 81x90 _____
such an extent that serious ---------------- G9c
damagewas Our $1.50 lead for _______$1.20
picture --------- ;:
groupings supporting an alluring threatened. Three Utica, 72x90 _____95c;
charges were Orlando's Our $3.00 lead for $2.70 -----------------
description of Leading Repair Shop ---------------- ;
charming Winter
used to break the dam. It is hoped We have magnificent of Pequot, 81x90 $1.10
a fancy ----
Park. This booklet has received much range ----------------
favorable comment in Florida and I that the surplus water will be quickly and Garage colored Turks in Guest and full size from Sterling, 81x99 ----------------__$1.50
Northern newspapers and is doing I carried off.BEGINS. 15c. to $1.00. Our special in these, 35c. or

good work in the North. 3 for $1.00.
I WORK ON OFFICE --- -
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Prof. Powers is also advertising BUILDING GUEST LINEN HUCKS PILLOW SLIPS

Winter Park in a pamphlet now being A large variety of plain, fancy and white and
Contractor col42x36
J. F. Cox will start work
_____10c.
circulated among investors, ored embroidered effects, ---------------- to 35c
ing the advantages of the town, and btoday is on the office building which he Special prices 20c25c.; .. 35c. oOc, and 65c.; 45x36, -------------______121/2e. to 45c I
to erect for Dr. J. A. Trovillion, on
promoting Prof. Powers' interests i in
Strangersarriving
lot 18, block 56 on the Boulevarde.
extensive grove properties on Lake ;
The building: i to be a one-story

Virginia and other places in the vi frame ctmMiiro-.. 1fivn____!__ fastIt___n __ will.....
cinity. contain two rooms which will be fittedup in Orlando will make : BLANKETSWe

in an up to date manner.J. COMFORTERS AND QUILTSThe
FINE BAND PRACTICE no mistake in going to the Model I have an enviable reputa- famous "MAISH" make.
The Winter Park-Orlando band held tion for values in
exceptional
its first regular F. Johnson will arrive Friday Cafe. If they choose to takea Over 500 to choose from, all the
rehearsal in Winter I Blankets. This season we will

Park, at the Lyric theatre, Sunday. from home' Olean on Interlachen, New York avenue, to occupy for the his 25c. meal or a 15c. special i eclipse ourselves. We have a Prices newest$1.23 patterns, $1.50 and, $2.00 colorings., $2.30to ;
Three new men joined the organization bigger range, a choicer assort- $10.00
bringing the total of active mem winter. they are assured of getting the ment, and prices absolutely the V c..
MARSAILLIES
QUILTSIn
bers up to eighteen. The next rehearsal ---- --- -- ------ very lowest. Choose now when
best that can be served for the both the old fashioned hon-
will be held at the Armory in assortment is at its best.

Orlando next Sunday afternoon. Misdirected '1 money. If they should chosea Gray and White, full size eycomb splendid designs.and satin weaves,

$1.23; and _______$1.50
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SMALL FIRE SATURDAYA more elaborate meal they may Prices 95c, $1.25, $1.30; $3.50,
slight EconomyTrying COLORED PLAID BLANKETS $.&.00, $5.50 and $6.75.
flurry caused
was
Saturday be sure that it will be well
when the residence of John Shank The sensation of the hour. To WHITE DIMITY QUILTS

was found to be on fire. By quick to save a few cents by cooked and moderate in price see them is to own them. Spe- *i size. $1.35; full size $1.75,
work on the part of the family and having your work handled by inferior cial price $2.50 to $3.50. $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00
Oysters fresh every day. W lnapBlankets, $-1.00
neighbors the flames were put out hands. and $4.50 COLORED DIMITY QUILTSFull
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without serious damage. It is thought Your personal influence is All size, plain, $1.75; Scalloped -

that the fire was caused by a defective greatly enhanced when you are to Wool Blankets_____,_$5.00___$10.00 $150; '4 size scalloped
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flue. clad in immaculate linen. $2.90CRETONNES
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
:
WINTER I'ARK NOTES
OrlandoSteam

John Shank who suffered a light

stroke of paralysis Saturday, is re- TOWELINGCotton
ported to be slightly improved. Laundry The Model Cafe I
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Huck -_________7c., Sc., lOc. 15c. and 20c DENIMS, ETC.
". II. Linen Crash, regular 12%c. for --__________lOc
Robertson numbered LAUNDERERS
was
Check Dish Toweling ___-__12 ic., 15c., 18., 20c. Our Fall range is absolutely complete with all
the
Orlandoites who
among of spent PHONE 88 PURE LINEN HUCK, Irish, 15 to 22 inches, 45c., the new combination colorings and designs. Ex
part yesterday in Winter Park, on
business. 50<:., 59c., and 65c.TABLE. ceptional good values at these prices.

ISc.. 25*., 2ge.. 3c.lac.., and 43c.:
The Misses Alice and Clara Guild Announcement! LINENSA

have returned to Winter Park and are
word to the wise. Thanksgiving. : Day will soon
their attractive homeon
again occupying
Interlachen be with us. On that day of days every housewife EXTRA SPECIAL IN SLIPS
avenue.J. will strive to make her table look more attractive -

than ever, and table linen wil be chief
Shamrock
P. Hickey, of the Morse & Rogers t means to that end. Avail yourself then of the Make, 45x38'/_, 35c. pair, worth

Shoe company, New York, was in We are moving into our new building, and exceptional values we are offering for three days. 50 cents.

town yesterday, calling upon local OUR SPECIAL LINE in pure Irish Linen
will grass
have a new stock of
merchants. goods on display
bleached 72 inches wide, $1.50 value for $1.15In

an excepetionally range of designs, napkins to
W. E. High traveling salesman for Thursday match many of the patterns. CURTAINS ANR CURTAIN SCRIMSThe
the Peters Shoe company, was in town MorningW. Other prices 65c, 75r., $1.00, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50
yesterday visiting thq local Peters NAPKINS to match many of the patterns at business we do in this section of the store is

dealer, W. II. Schultz.Mr. special prices also. almost a wholesale one, the reason is plain-

right prices-test us during the sale, we'll
and Mrs. C. II. Ward arrived H. SCHULTZ DOMESTICS you.NOTTINGHAM. surprise -
Sunday from Demorest, Georgia,
where they have been spending the SHEETING, 5-4, C-4, 7-4, 8-4.
past few months. Winter Park Florida Bleached, ISc., 20cf 25c.. 32c. LACE CURTAINS, White and

Unbleached, ISc., 20c. ecru. Special prices:
John Shafer, the popular baker who --- -- ----- -------- -- TICKINGS, Feather and Mattress,

presided at the Crystal Bakery last I OMMMMIIIIIMI HllliMII MMMIIMt -l IIMIIM Prices lOc, 12 K c., loc., ISc., 20c. and 25c. $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.501.00 and $:i.00

season, returned Sunday and is again PILLOW TUBING, 42 inches and 45 inches. Bordered II. S. Etamine. white and ecrue,
doing: business at the old stand. Prices 18c. to 20 c.
AWNING STRIPES 15c.;) value for 10 Yze
Winter Park Auto Co. new colors
Dr. F. A. Shipley and family Prices 20c., 25c., and SOc. Plain and H. S. Marquisette, white and ecru,
reached Winter Park Sunday from CANVAS DUCK, 8 oz., 10 oz., 12 oz.
Worth Prairie, Texas. They plan to Prices loc., 22c., and 25<:. 25c. value for 19c

spend the winter in this city. a- I
BUICK and FORD CARS

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cox spent the

week end very pleasantly with their

friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkes
Repairing Painting and Auto
and family, at Pine Castle, returningto ,
Winter Park yesterday.F. Supplies Dickson-Ives Co


W. Merrick, state manager for

the Royal Typewriter company, accompanied -

by W. H. Taylor, of Orlando "Orl.a dots Favorite Shopping Place."
local manager for this territory OPEN DAY AND NIGHTMiMMIilllillllillMiiMilllllllllliiiM Orlando, Fla.

i was in town\ yesterday on busi. '
cess for his firm.
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PKOGKAM -Get It At Allen's"

4 Heels .
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SOCIETY CALENDAR HOLCOMU ON HELL K. B. "The Floating Death," featuring -
., Richard Stanton and Enid IIIV
Tuesday, October 19. Mnrkey\ in two'r:1fts.o'I&I. .
Last night a great audience heart!
Hoard of Governors Associated Charities } "The Stolen Authurium."
nt San Juan hotel. 4 o'clock.1V'ednexday Evangelist: Holcomb discuss what he Keystone. "Caught in a Trap."
October 20. termed the Bible doctrine of Hell. lie Five cents to nil. _
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. G. C.
Kollorh hostess afternoon urged his audience to live so as to
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Unity Circle. make it hard to do wrong and easyto TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. I'hil do right. Ho believes in a personal

Slemona hOitellll. devil, and attributes our malevolent SALK:-ll>U Ford touring car. I I II
Thursday October 21.
Orlando Gun Club shoot. ways to diabolic influence. He said good condition. Apply} 125: West
Country Church PN'P
street, Orlando, urniture Co. .X3lsr
Club, afternoon. the only way to escape Hell was NMJMt
Rosalind Club, afternoon. through the Heaven-planned atone I .1

MAR-KOBJNSON otis ; : ment of Jesus Christ, and urged his WANTED SOLICITOR most lib- I O We are headquarters for Friendship Links'e have O
HAS acceptance on the unsaved. In an. eral and attractive club offer to be'!'
RETURNED: -./er to an earnest appeal a number worked locally. Apply Mrs. R. J.I'I>: hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
"':. und :ors.V.. II Hr.ney reachc' Peer 300 \\'. Concord avenue i i I
O-u".o: ::ar.day ortiv .;fte noon in I l.-ked: for special prayer.In 1019.3t! I only 25c., including engraving, and they are very popular.
the course of his address her I IPOSITIOX
their auto from Jacksonville.: 1! They
-ged attendance on the morning services WANTED-By chef, first-
\ ?'e r.coorjpanitJ: t,? Miss Mary L--j- class all '
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round
which are announced for each ; meat and pastry;
inson, echo has been their pi' <;. f"- I colored; references. Address F. San- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
J:tlY: this week at 10 a. m., instead of ,
ford, 205 Terry street. 10-lD-lt :
weeks. Mrs.
some Harney will -!
speathe iU:30< the hour last week.
remainder of the wed: v::;.h .' C;. Ib
I I! By special request Mr. Jeter held FOUND-Little white .elI
poodle dojr.
:
sister. Mrs. A. R. Bogue. "' :lur hr.- /V"TdLJb -
AND .
:-crvice last night at Winter Park, Owner may hale same by paying
on West street, while Mr. Hnr-.c. -.vil! but left a very interesting sketch to for this ad. and getting address at
:._c"--: rfter business (" the Sentinel office.
: : matters .r 13;jii 10-lt-lt
Le iled house
un represening a light
:; Co anv: of w'r; "l' h? i is .---r 'i"j j I ----," ;.or "-" Unusual
This done -f- ;.
s-tupwreck. was as 1 \ iP DesignsSome
in the .-- .""he:.: ... cf .he .atehrv- |I'-- FOR SALE OR TRADE-12 acres, ,\I"i- .LJ. \ .
. "' -a. mdience sang "Let the low- fronting two lakes, dwelling, outbuildings .;;,f.i. L.1 '-::>. -." ; ." .,,
ing ye!>k 'ay afternoon for Arcac.ii. j I er I 1'Its: be burning." 3-4 mile station; 1,000 nur- : st- 11.' \ q. people in fact, a great many
0i" :- I sery trees; house and two lots in Kis- J. l ) prefer and effectsin
Jln original
't.: 'i afternoon cottage meetings : r'i'f'o \! unique
!! T\ -; i .;' THC "VVNGrLVTJ: : I :;e.., 1four in number, were all Fla.simmee. R. P. Gilpin Winter Home, .- 1"' :-: 3. '" wall decorations. We anticipatethese
!. 1 -. W. 10-19-6tc ,- I I "_ --,. I i, ','
\
i I I : King anJ'I'"j' r : demands and always in
I 1,1' < and all fraught with y carry
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II I ,:- er.. ;?\ ... -v- --"- Sun- deep interest.Prayer BUILDING MATERIALS AND ...! ): I. :' 1)etf'Bf5)- \ --" stock something entirely different

"'r.c I.". *1. v. i. . .' r Meetings Scheduled for Today .? ;. ,_ \\ 'It, from others. Will you call here or
I --.: --. "' *',v *Iocom! ;>. ....d Mrs. Northwest Section-At. Waters, ESTIMATESWe will we send our sample book to you?

M. F. Kenney, of Atlanta, Ga. The 306 West Central; At Mrs. C. M. Adams are prepared to furnish esti- ;
West Church. mates on lumber and building mate- h :
affair "M. E. church
was" really a Southwest Section-At Mrs. C.1.. rial of all kinds. Give our service a : '\ .fi> h. Orlando\ Paint & Wall Paper C"
function. Rev. Holcomb said had it Sutton's, Lucerne Circle and America trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. .< _t; I; t'
not been for the good old home-made street; at Mrs. Akers', corner South 10-19-20t. \ 205 S. Orange Avenue
bread and cinnamon rolls the dinner street and Orange avenue; at Mrs.
M (CADillAC Ray Reynolds', South street; at Mrs. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
would have been "flunksion
a or Howard's, Columbia street; at Mrs. L. O. O. ATTENTION
equivalent, but as it was he called it Sanders'. 10 East Jackson street. Loyal: Order Moose, special meet-
a decided success. Southeast Section-Mrs. White's, ing Wednesday, the 20th inst., at 7:30
f corner South and DeLaney; Mrs. C. V. p. m. Be sure to be on time, as there
Rowland's, :501:> South Main; Mrs. Rat will be a social gathering after meet-
CONCORD PARK LADIES' AID tle's 416 S. West street; Mrs. EarleE. I
SOCIETYThe White's, corner East and Ander- ing.By order of Dictator. 10-19-2tc CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Concord Park Ladies' Aid So- son.Northeast I
Section Mrs. S. E. Shuping's
-
ciety will meet with Mrs. Brooks- INGLENOOK CAKE AND
corner Lake and Church; Mrs.J. .
Smith at her home, "Connecticut," D. Burden's, 105: Liberty street; CANDY PARLOR DIRECTOR
this afternoon at 2:30. A good at- Mrs. Bert Blair's, Livingston street;

8 tendance is desired as this is the avenue.Mrs. J. L. Guernsey, 409 East Central Delicious' Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, AND EMBALMER\

quarterly meeting and all reports will etc.
All these meetings will be held at _.
be given and important business dis 3:30 p. m. and will be preceded by a Orders taken for parties. -- -

cussed. children's and young people's meeting Located in rear of Branch's BookStore

+ I at Services 2 p. m. at again the church.tonight at 7:30 Arcade. All calls answered Promptly Dayor

MRS. NOLAN RETURNS FROM I o'clock.
GEORGIA Night. Hand Block.

Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan and children ADDITIONAL LOCALS

Frances Henrietta and Geo. E. Nolan, GRANDTODAY Orlando Florida.PHONE

Jr., have returned to their home on Miss F. E. Holden has returned .

South Orange avenue after an all home from Washington, D. C., where 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

summer spent at Senoia, Ga., with she spent several weeks. The many

Mrs. Nolan's parents, lIon. and Mrs. friends of Mr. C.1.. Holden will be

M. II. Couch. pleased to learn that he has greatly

4 improved in health since his sojournin iMMMMIIIIIIIIIIiiliMtlllllltilMMMMMtMMIMIi

Stands all aloneLW SOCIETY NOTES OF: INTERESTMrs. the nation's capital, and is anxiously X

II. C. Miller and daughter, awaiting the time when he can

Miss Veda, mother and sister of Mr. return to Orlando.: i

DeWitt Miller, who have been spending t R
;'t ir X FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM B. O'NEAL ;
the'summer nt Tunkhannock, Pa.,
Mrs. E. A. Potts left yesterday afternoon
returned to Orlando last evening and over the Coast Line for St.

are at the Wyoming. Petersburg; to look that city over

with the view of spending the winter

HOARD OF GOVERNORS TODAY there. Rev and Mrs. Potts have rented Jesse L. Ijxsky Presents,
The ,board of l governor of the Associated I their home, 114 East Jackson

Charities will meet this uf. street, to Mr. and Mrn. Throop, of America's\ IJeautiful Actress,

ternoon at the San Juan hotel at 4 Nashville, Tenn., who will arrive sometime

o'clock. A full attendance la urged. after the first to take possession. CHARLOTTE: WALKER, CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

Orlando estimable
trains an family
LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL 'and loses one, but many friends will In
'
regret parting with Rev, and Mrs.
Can't Get Alone Without Sentinel Loans Real Estate i
Potts and their son, Master Joseph, "
"OUT DARKNESS..
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 16, 1915 even for a short while. l|
Editor Sentinel-I: can't get along Rentals

without the Sentinel, so will thank
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McKibben and
you to send it here to the address below
interesting children, Sarah Christineand
given. lOc. 20c.
James Ross, and Mrs. S. R. Morris -
We arrived in Louisville O. K. at a
arrived in Orlando Sunday evening .
11 a. m. Thursday, having motored all
from Brooklyn, N. Y., and for the '
the way from Orlando. We had a :
present are making their home at the
most delightful trip, practically no r
San Juan hotel. They are in searchof
car trouble and felt none the worse
a desirable residence and expect *o
Phillips
for our trip when we arrived. ESTABLISHED 188
spend the season in this city.lr..
. Am glad to note quite an increasein I
McKibben is a prominent real estate
business this over last
up way dealer in the Empire State and as
year. Yours truly, A Splendid Picture. !
soon as he gets his family settled
& DR. C. A. BOONE. will return North' coming back laterin i I MlilMMIMMMMMMtMMIMMMMM* .

NOTICEXTO CREDITORS the season to enjoy Florida's salubrious
" " . .
In Court of the County Judge, Orange climate.OSTEOPATHIC. . MIIIIIMtllMMIMMIMMIIt MMIIIItlllinilllMI
County, State of Florida-In re Es-
tate of Carrie B. Henkel.To .
Sons all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu- PHYSICIAN AND
tees and all Persons having Claimsor SURGEONDr.

You.Demands and each against of you said are Estate hereby: Howell, osteopathic physicianand Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

notified and required to present any surgeon, announces that he has
returned from Harvard University,
claims and demands which you, or
either of have against the where he took :pest graduate work in
;you may
estate of Carrie B. Henkel, deceased, Also eye, ear nose and throat diseases. We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
late of Orange county; Florida, to the physical diagnosis (nervesheart
undersigned executors of said estate, lungs kidneys and other viscera best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying
within two from the date here- ), and electrotherapy and conta-
years gious diseases. Office, Cheney build: it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
of.Dated San Juan hotel. Tele-
ing opposite
October 11. A. D. 1915.
install it On irrigation
measure so can yourself. -
FANNIE HENKEL SMITH: phone: Office 617; residence 101S. you

J. OTIS HALE, work ;you can save money by having us
I Executors. Want anything?! Ask for it through i i
10-16-St-wkly Winter Park Fla. Sentinel "Wants." cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

---- I ,y so as you can install it yourself.We .

will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

i Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

and Teacher may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri-
MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS
can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
National
Adelphi, Park and Brenau Colleges.
Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.Choral .
and Orchestral Societies. for five years.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia,
Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar Smith, and
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs F. Joseph Raehn Co.
Lectures in all parts of the country.

New Music Studio ready Dec. let at 107 America Street. am

Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St. THE PIPE MAN I

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FAST KOLLEK POMME) AT (r, A. SUHMAIUNE RECORD: and reapportionment, provides among i f'rttrh, praising& their patriotism and
KINK I Honolulu, Oct. It).-The submarines other things that "The term of office i I their splendid appearance. Dressmaking Parlor
)K-'l.; )K-4; )K.; ?, and )K.; $, which left of senators. elected) in 1916 shall, ex- |I The official assured the women that I! _
pit, on th first Monday in April their services were not needed now, t
A fait and interesting game, of I| San; Francisco October :3 for Pearl
I 1919. Since the district! elects next i I but that they might be tent to the !
roller polo which wan staged at the i Harbor, escorted by the United States ;Miss Margaret R. Hamiltonfor
this provision will apply.-KU- front later on This promise satis I
Kink Friday, with the White and Red i cruiser Maryland, the collier Nan- year
Sox contesting for first honor, re. i, khan, the tug Iroquois, and the tor- simmee Valley Gazette < fled them and they went to the nearest present located at 107 *| Or-
suited in a 5 to 2 score in favor of I pedo boat destroyer Lawrence, were photograph gallery where they
the latter outfit. |sighted off here today, apparently all CORPS OF FRENCH AMAZON'S had their pictures taken for Queen ange Ave.The .
Bargain Elizabeth of Belgium, whom they
,:
The line-up of the Red Sox was:
Ollie Sweat, first rush; Earl Gore, I well.Their safe arrival after a voyageof Paris.Mme. Louise Arnaud the have electedhonorary colonel of their
second rush; Don Adams, center; Harold 2,100 miles under their own power, wife of a wealthy French banker,has corps. public and all former
Stewart, halfback, and E. C. I is said to establish a new long distance organized a volunteer corps consist-
Moore, goal tender. The White Sox I record for United States sub- ing of several hundred French and Guests registering at the San Juan patrons invited i to call.
played: Charlie Arnold, first rush; marines. Belgian women. The Amazons weri hotel yesterday included J. Goldstein -- -- -
James Romar, second rush; Frank The expedition was in charge of drilled by retired army officers and E. L. Green, Boston, Mass.; T. T.
Holloway, center; Sidney Jones, half Capt. Sumner E. W. Kittelue, U. S. several months ago Mme. Arnaud Reed, L. D. Linde, Al. Lewn. M. Dre- i Auto LiveryPhone
back, and Phil Frey, goal tender. N., commander of the Maryland; who acts as colonel informed War ven, New York; "'. M. Coble, C. E.
If The contest proved so popular thatit Commander F. N. Freeman, U. S. N., Minister Millerand that she and her Scheible, J. C. Little Chas. R. Jor- 632J.
is probable one will be on the pro- commanding officer of the torpedo "soldiers" were ready for duty at the dan, Jacksonville; Ward Howard. Chi- E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.
gram every week hereafter. flotilla Pacific fleet, accompanied the front. cago; Mrs. J. K. Dickerson Cincinnati
expedition to observe the submarines. When the expected! call to the ; M. Henry, Birmingham; B. B. Two Cars in Service for Day or
THE KAISER LIKES SOCIALISTSNOW trenches did not come "Colonel" Ar- Smith, New Jersey; E. Hy. Palmer,
WESTERN UNION PROSPERS naud wrote a letter to the "Fiagaro"in Crescent City. Night Calls
which she attacked the minister of
Berlin, Oct. 16.-A sensation is be- The Western Union Telegraph com- war sharply and insisted that she and -
ing caused by the book, "At the Frontin I pany issued yesterday a report showing her gallant troops be allowed to sacrifice
Sold an Auto," published by the South the total revenues for nine months themselves.
German Socialist, Anton Fendrich. end September 30 of $37,653,422, as As M. Millerand paid no attentionto ORLANDOROOFING
The author is the first Social Democrat compared with $35,186,059) for the this second appeal Mme. Arnaud
who obtained an interview with same period of 1914) an increase of decided to call upon him in person.In ANt
the Kaiser and he shows the ruler inn 2,166,763.The the uniform of a colonel of cavalry,
new light.It operating expenses for the she marched to the ministry of war SHEET METAL CO
is the assertion of the author 1 nine months, including maintenance, with fifteen of her officers and the
that the monarch has completely repair, rent of leaned lines and taxes, standard of her corps.
chtngcd his mind ni regard to the Socialist I amounted to $30,023,772. For the I I On their march the amazons were Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
in 1914 the exceeded lustily cheered by the boulevard
*, and now considers them same period expenses
QuickCorner "splendid fellows! ," at least most of i this year's by $525,273. crowds, but they did not see M. Mil and Rubber Roofings
them. The interest on the bonded debt for lerand. The minister found that he
the nine months amounted to $1,001- was too busy to receive them. They Cornices Skylights Heating Ventilating. ",lal.CelllnIS
WHITNEY IN ORLANDO 836, as compared with 11,002,937 for were greeted by a department chief
the same term in 1914. who in reply to their appeal for u .
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
I.. A. Whitney secretary of the local chance to fight made an eloquent
hoard of trade has gone to Or. WOULD GIVE RIIIKALTAK
lando where he will try to persuade London, Oct. 16.The Rome correspondent -
the map committee of the Central of the Morning Post cables Best and Promptest .
hold that he is informed that Germany is"
Florida Highway: Association to "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
making two more diplomatic motes Auto Livery
up the printing of map until after ,
the bond' election in t'inelias county. against the allies I : to DeLaney Drug Co
"One is In pain he "where Service
Ai matters now stand the maps! would says
hot thnw I'itiella/ totihty which ha* 'I she is tempting the CoheerYaUve fabIhet Telephone No. 2
prop- hot 'built tthy 'liHck, toads, and 'hits hut I With an offer! of Ullirnttttr, and 5-PASSENGER I
rntmtfuettii, Hi part ef (he Kri-ettllpd !MoHH'Cti and the Other Is! in t4wedett
380 feet l'itFItIiItJt1t., .. Mr. Whitney ,Mievp. where the halt, is Finland (lPFmltft'p I Just received a full line of the frmoui Johns
erty the( I if ml ja&ue i for I hriek, roads. in thin! cumlitiim' i U that the two countries!
pfwnty will entry IUIII 1 that then the I hall enter into. the Kuiopean war at BUICK CAR I ton Milwaukee Candies-the sweetest of all
by 418 on street system fit highways! ran I.I l t shown rm .a nmrnent convenient t h herself! and sweets.
the maps,=8t Petersburg Independent \: that gpaw shall tive i her that part ef
I Morocco which she had marked out as We call anywhere at any time Our soda expert has arrived from Potter's DrugStore
that has brick German At the time of the Agadir!
affair I Tampa, and will furnish u Menu not to
MAIL DIRECTORY: IN THE POST. '
OFFICE Gordon's Transfer Co, be excelled in the city. We give Savings Chedks.
piled on side Postmaster w\ C. McLean has had STATE SENATOR: GETS ONLY ,
installed in the corridor of the post. SHORT TERM: 201 S. Orange Ave Phone 487
office a neat printed directory of the : J. D. WOODBECK Manager
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
and will be arrival and departure of all mails, Osceola, Orange and Seminole
handled at the local postoffice, and the counties, which compose a state senatorial
I lettering and figures are so plain that district, will be among those . . . , . . MMt.tMMMMMMMMMMM'' 11. .
paved within they can be read at a glance, and any counties which come under the pro-
,one so desiring will have no trouble vision of the reapportionment act res. I
I in finding out the hours of arrival of olution passed by the last session of
2 weeks. Will : every mail coming or going from the legislature, which will give the "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j ;
: here. next senator elected only one ses-
This directory will be a great con- sion of the legislature as his term.
cut into 16 lots. 1 I venience to the general public, and it This will be true, of course, only if Unless Budded
will save the clerks at the stamp and the proposed amendment is approvedby ; ;
general delivery windows nearby the the voters. Joint resolution No. f + a -
e .
Think of that $ i f ,
: trouble of replying to hundreds of I t 341, proposing an amendment to sections 4 from
II I questions regarding the handling of I| 23 and 24 of article 7 of the a. ; Bearingtrees
east side ten mails, especially on Sundays. I[state constitution relating to census

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of a known

minutes from

"YoursRespectfully"

Post Office. Quantity and


Quality of Production.
S.
Is your stationery of the kind to _

command respect when your 9P Y .'''-.O.'117 v .

write the above Words at the

t+ close! of your letter? Our : : .R Conner.
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Your ___ Highland Linen 1 1s correct stationery -
Trees like th pViii work for you while yea ifeep They can't begown
for correct peopld but trternik'htj, It takes! time Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

Money MnUl" nt nnuulcrnte 11I1e .lt really

lit look like ROC,, but costs only

won't ll I.1lldlTNlD..! ,nw": < have n variety t of Two year ago In their ndverttelng anti by actual demonstration THE OCJ\14A AHA
: NURSERIES: : begun to educate t the public as to what really constituted a real I, flrat-elaaa
1L,IIt1J111? $11111103 and\ sizes, I nursery tree of citrus fruits The public when shown in our test groves what could be aecomplUhed .

growin by planting trees ns they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yea, DEMAND
W. BRANCH, : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence .

THE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit In nursery produc-
tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr Planter? Why of course you would sell your

trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

your Coquinna RockJust interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
time and money to bring it into bearing.
sock Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
received a car load of Coquinna Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel's
/ ---- Rock from Daytona, Fla. Anyone work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

say, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
wishing this material for trimming i i i comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.


+I porches, mantles or any other orna

Carl Dann mental work will do well to call at my Ocklawaha NurseriesO.


stone yard 103 W. Livingstone Avenuenear '
W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

Fair Ground.

G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida ii


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WANTSThe REAL ESTATE MAN, ROOM: 10, McNEILL & DAVIS BLK.I .

I
want you to take a few minutes of your time today and

drop in there and hear for yourself just what he has to say
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Create Want about Citrus Groves in general AND ONE IN PARTICULAR.

t Ad Medium in Orlando. O. W. CONNOR, authority on citrus culture says, No tree is a

Terms Caah in Advance. first-class tree unless budded from a bearing tree of known"

y RATES quality and quantity of production.

For One Day __________-2sc. I have 800 Young Budded Bearing Grape Fruit Trees, the -Jud

For Three Days _________50c was selected from pedigreed stock and planted on 10 acres of the
For Six Days ____________75c
For One Month __________$%.50 very best of Citrus land and are delivering the goods in quality
This rat applies on all ads of and quantity.The .
25 words or I.... If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the nt trees came into bearing last year, averaging one-half box to

will be one cent per word for the tree, a total of 400 boxes.
each additional word for each ia-
sertiIf-. With good care the trees put on a splendid growth and increased

you cant brine TOUT ad to their production this year, an estimate of 1500 boxes, beinga
Forthe and of FallWhen the office No.
Chilly Mornings Evenings telephone 24. Accounts
opened by telephone will be fraction less than 2 boxes to the tree. The fruit is sold on the

payable the following day. tree for December shipment at $1.50 per box, and this a short
the mornings are cold and the days are warm, you will find a little Gas Heater will make
your room most cozy. Before the furnace is lighted a little heater of this sort will be a great comfortin Every Home-.Every B.ai.....- year fruit crop. Next year with only a fair crop the trees are

the cool evenings when you wish to read by the evening lamp. In th* crisp mornings .it will make Every Man has ass for a capable and should produce easily an average of 4 to 5 boxes

the bathroom or breakfast room really comfortable. Sentinel Want Ad. each. This grove is for sale. The price is $7,500.

Just grab your pencil. Figure this ratio for the next three years,

A Little Gas Heater Makes Economical Comfort FOR SALE then divide by two if you wish. It has paid itself out and then

FOR SALE-Bicycle, in good condi. some.
tion; can be bought cheap for cash Yes, and there is a new six room Bungalow with electric lights,
Gas Heaters of various sizes and types may be had at a price within the reach of all. The consumptionof if purchased at once. Apply 307 East
nice and outbuildings.The .
gas is very slight considering the cheer and warmth which they bring. They will be found most valuable Pine street. 10-17-3t garage

all through the Fall and even during the Winter they will be convenient to warm cold corners dur. FOR SALE CHEAP-One Fox type- property is located at Winter Park, overlooking beautiful

' ing severe weather. May we give you further oar-ticulars and prices writer (invisible), good as new; Lake Maitland, a most desirable home place. A place any man

one hand grist mill, brand new. Will would be proud to call home, and if you overlook this chance
sell both for $25 cash. S. V. Bunting,
115 Grace street city. 10-17-61 I'm sorry for you.I .

really do want to have a chat with you. Come in and see the
FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, Missionary -
Illondyke and Excelsior Vet. and bring your wife along. I've got all the respect in the
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO varieties. Now is the time to set out world for a woman's judgment on such matters.I'll .
plants. Inquire J. H. Gould, South
Parramore street and Granve avenue, just put the address down here at the bottom, so you

GAS DEPARTMENTMllilMIMIMIIMIMMMIIIIilllliMt or Box 324. 10-12-12t won't forget it. Tear it right off and stick it in your hat.

OWNER of very desirable 40 acre
partially improved farm finds it
I necessary to go North. Will sell at
I great sacrifice. Beautiful lake front. E. YOUNG
New furnished house. Address Owner,
care Sentinel. 10-16-6t
111111111111111111111 -- Room 10, MlNeill & Davis Bldg. Phone 569.
FOR SALE-FOR KENT-Houses,
furnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI WANTED When in need 08 a veterinary call
have to offer before you buy or on Dr. A. F. Richmond Formosa, Fla.
rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East PinG WANTED-To list all kinds of prop.
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. erty for sale or rent. I am having BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE. [ [ 108dw.lmo manp applications for houses, furnished headquarters for all kinds of
H and unfurnished. 1 will be bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
FOR SALE Model 27 Buick; good glad to list what you have. Mrs. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.
condition. Write Box 567. H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
9-23-tfc Phone 179. lO-S-dw-lmo 10-10-tfc
FLORIDAAll
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; WANTED-Good machinist to workat CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping Winter Park. Must be able to limited number of persons. Pleasant
porches, heating plant; is modern repair automobiles and not a user of rooms in new home. All modem
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. West conveniences. Also furnished rooms
all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. St..1 for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape WANTED Thoroughly competent.' of Lake Eo\&. 10-8-lmoc
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER bookkeeper, with satisfactory reference
; must be able to use type- BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest writer and take full charge of officeat The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Furnished 14 house, brick
room on Winter Park. None but thoroughly -
will bring in a car of fine palms the
.. street arranged for light housekeep need Call at 408S.
competent apply. coming week. his
prices :: :: :: Any one wishing
.. ''ing. Splendid location Concord large lot. West street Orlando, 6:30 to 7 services and experience will please
Terms. Owner10 W. Ave.
9-l9-3mo p. m. 10-16-tfc drop him a card at once, and he will
call to see you and make you hard
WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel 1 time prices. For reference see the
FOR QUICK SALE 20 tract
acre office. 10-13-tf
palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
mile from limits
one quarter city ; set out five J. H.
years ago. Mooney
---- very fine for citrus or subdivision pur WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex- Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
: poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. change or rent your city and county
6-9-tf property. Call and see us. Geo. T. HOUSE CLEANING, glass and wood

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest I: FOR RENT Hull 10i1mocPRESTON'S Co.. Rock building, Room 3. and work polished.; floors neatly Call scrubbed on or ,address waxed

I Leonard Williams, 411 West Church
the above address I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
prices to PLANTS Wakefield street, Orlando. 10-14-6t
: light housekeeping; all modern con
cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200;
veniences.
I 312 E. South street.
10-13-6t $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post NOTICE TO THE PUBLICThe
: paid. Tomato and eggplants, same public is hereby requested to
: ROOM FOR RENT-nicely furnished, price. Large "Favorite" dry land be as sparing as possible in the use
in good neighborhood and banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. of water, on account of so many
MIMiMIIMilMIMIIIMIIillUliilllMiilllllllMUinillMMIIIIIIIili MMH convene Preston Pine Castle, Fla.
ient; reasonable. 202 East Robinson 10-5-d&w-tf breaks in the sewer system.H. .
avenue. 10-17-3tc CLARK ROBERTSON.
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Umbrellas *covered and repaired
FOR RENT-Furnished for light BUYERS AND SELLERSI
"while you wait." Young's Repair housekeeping, 2 rooms and kitchen. buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Shop 21 E. Pine St. ette on first floor; also bath room in estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., CUNT BASS
connection; electric lights and tele, over 30 years. Have handled over
FOR SALE TRACY & IERYILLE-Carpen. phone. 312 North Main street. $20.000,000Call and see me. PHONE S75
ters and cabinet makers. Screen 10.17-6t. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
doors and windows, frames, sleeping West Jefferson Street
porches, counters, shelving, showcases NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Parson .
refrigerators, alterations and Browns, and tangerines; rough Swcceeeer to
Will offer for sale for a few days additions. We keep a number of lemon sour and grapefruit stock from
I :
skilled workmen constantly on hand. Bassenger Hammock Nursery for salecheap Band Wood CompanyWood
18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo by Henry W. Smith, Wauehula,
the property corner Orange Avenue, Fla- Route 2. 9-23-lmoc
of All Kinds
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as repaired at Orlando Bicycle: and Delivered every day-Elder Spring
Repair Shop. Court St. 108lmocV. FURNISHED ROOMS; all conven- Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & PROMPT SERVICE
iences; separately or together MO-16-tfc
; Company, Rock building.
the skating rink property, for $26,000. house modern. 208 East South ..treet.IO11.1t. REASONABLE PRICE
Baylarian has a blotter for *
everybody that calls at his store. Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS.
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year M0.12-6tc D. Lee twice a day from Spring
I FOR RENT-Two or four furnished Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B.
six Fish and oysters received daily. rooms for light house4ee! No. Magruder, number 583-R.
and interest at cent. I Call
per McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
H. M. Sell & Co. 1-10-6-tfc I 10 North Garland street. in the 1-9-30-lmoc
afternoon. 10-15-6t
NOTICE I YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has Installed .
FOB
I FOR RENT-By the season, month, an outside service department
Notice is hereby given that Mac or year, one upstairs flat for light and is prepared to give you
Tallman has severed all connectionwith .housekeeping; also other rooms, and prompt attention. We have a compe- Caruthers Flowers.
C. A. HOVEY the Grand and Lucerne theatres. garage, electric lights and bath In tent man who will fit keys, repair
(Signed) GRAND AMUSEMENTCOMPANY house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. your trunk, or do anything in the repair Leave
9-10-tfc line. He is ready to go at your your orders here
10-16-tfc. By B. Beacham, Jr. call now. Just phone 304.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; three 9-12-lmoc
$25 REWARDFor blocks from Central and Orange Violet Dell
Florist.
avenues. Reasonable. P. O. Box 456, TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
the detection of any person city. 10-16-6t repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired .
caught dumping leaves or other rub- ; anything in the repair line is
bish in the gutters of the city streets. Call at V. Baylarian's and see the our line. Just phone 304, Young's J. H. CABDTHEKSPboM
Try a Sentinel Want Ad S. A. JOHNSON, Street Comm'r. new clothes pressing machine. Repair Shop, and our man will call
Orlando, Oct. 16. 10-17-ltc 1-10-12-etc at once. 9-12-lmoc 509. CM $eath UkeJ..UDlber. at



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Go to Francisco's for Bear Head
Bananas. l-lt( -13-6t.

Capt. and Mrs. T. C. Brannon, of

Oviedo, were among the prominentout
Travel in Panama of town people visiting Orlando'

and everywhere on American termc/, is simpIJfiad by "A.BJV.MCheques. jesterday. """"
They are much safer to carry than cash; and they areaccepted
like currency by strangers, where a check; or draft would Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof The
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques Paint will stop leaks. Now is the I Allies
are aslf-ideatifiyi g. We recommend them to all who travel, for time to use it. 1-10-15-tfc I II
business or pleasure. _

The State Bank of Orlando I \Ir. W A. Ross and daughter :Miss
";
Inez are again at their winter home. of this institution are
411 Magnolia avenue, after a summer
spent in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

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RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one Courtesy to everyone; - '- --' -1; y
hour, 12 miles ,for SOc. 8-28-tfc

Liberality to worthy customers :
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fudge, popularand ;;
rvytIi prominent residents of Grass-
Loyalty to Community Wellfare;
mere, motored to Orlando yesterday .

and and shopping.How spent the. day greeting friends Efficiency in every department;

Stability assured by Government '
much did you save last monthin R
cash or Savings Checks? 812tfIrs. -
Supervision.and .

) T. A. Yancey, Jr., and inter
esting little daughter, Margaret

Belle, have returned from a visit to these are increasing with irresistible
Mrs.: Yancey's parents, in Birmingham -

Ala. force the business of' ., __,'t'

-a4 Get your next shave at the Standard .
18-21-tf -- .. -
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Dr. George Porter and sister Miss
Elizabeth, returned to Orlando Sun-

day from Manchester, N. IL, and are The Peoples National Bank
again occupying their home, 403 Mag- '

nolia avenue. ,

Enlist with us!
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus,.be. ?
lS-18-tf ,

Hon. E. P. Thagard, of Tallahassee,
I HUPMOBILE"Where I state bank examiner, was among the
prominent Floridians passing through
v Orlando yesterday en route to other

points in the state on business.

there'slife
Deposit your Savings Checks and . .1..1.,1. . . . .
let them earn 4 per cent interest for :
there's
Hupp"J. 8-12-tf
/ou. fiiiliiMMlMMlitili ;*.< .. a i..r.JU .i It I .tfI ...u".H U ,.H4 ", .. 11. r ( . r L H 1 MIM .

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Kingsley,who
have been spending the summer

months at Petoskey, Mich., arrived in
P. HOLBROOK Dealer
TM Orlando yesterday afternoon over the
Coast Line and are again occupying
their winter home, 525 East Colonial
Drive.

FOR SALE!
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
18-21-tf


representative Mr. Sid T. Nelson of Wm., the Winert well known& Co., Small five-passenger Touring Car. Perfect j j


wholesale Philadelphia commission Pa., has armed merchants from condition. Electric Starter, Lights, ; j '

the North and will make his headquarters

sojourning at in the this San section.Go Juan. hotel while full equipment. A bargain at $550.00.


to Francisco's for Bear head
Bananas. I-I 0.136t"Ir.

.:\ R. L. Lambert a former pop-
"New Ford Home"About ular resident of this city, but now I San Juan Garage Company jj

prominently identified with the business i-

October 20th I expect to move into interests of Leesburp, spent Sun-
day in Orlando with relatives and
my new building on South Orange Ave.I friends. Mr. Lambert who made the Orlando Daytona '
trip over by auto returned to his
I will carry n complete line of everything
home yesterday morning.
needed by "Ford. OwnersKOUI /*

Drink KKW: Spring! Water. See or
phone ieo. T. Hull & Company, Hock
) SERVICE FOIL TORI OWNERS"F. building. I 1-1o.1 III.tf!:

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G. RUSHJEWELRY Mr.t 0.V.. Thom'/nn returned toOtlttnttit . . . .+-,+. . .1t..t..t....NMi4, .- ? NMMMH4
tn't evehititf uter the l'"u,'

line' front' "hi| | Town and livatnr'lrr' ... . .. . . ........ .. ... .. . .... .. .. ...MMMMMWho . . . . . ... .. ..... .
"\\111. Me, \slteie" he M'eitt the turnliter -
iNuitUta., t He vsn m'tomiuuilptl" by .
to* iHtmtU! Mr. and Mrs I Wallace' Will Be Your Executor?

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lln>'iiii >on They wre wuipying then
Netter hum on Margaret street
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ANSWER NO. 2
Deposit jour Saving Checks andlet
them turn 4 |per> ,'''nt. interest fur> Your estate may be materially Impaired as a >! t? ,
- You. d12UMr. direct result of the appointment of an executor ,,-.,, ; I
'...I.I. . . .. . . .. .iMMMMIMMi. . .1. . . ... .. or trustee. "
left
I and :Mr* 11. E. Wateis. yesterday .4'
I afternoon over the Coast Line When an individual is appointed-: t
fur Lakeland where they will make a weaker. 4
The financial responsibility is generally
short stop and then go to liar Urn and
other places of interest in South Flor- It is usually provided in wills that the person rn z
ida. :Mr. Waters is the courteous assistant nominated to serve as executor shall be excused r tiF*{ s
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manager of the San Juan hot from giving bonds. yp s

and IS taking a well) earned "ac- When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- .,

tion. pense of the estate, and then only partial secu- ? ;'
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rity against loss is provided. J
When a Trust Company is selected- '
The character and quality of Evans Jewelry is often '
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility _
the subject of comment with newcomers to this store. *
l is secured.
They also remark the completeness of assortments and t
A bond which has behind it the entire financial
the helpfulness of our store people. You will like to shopat
is filed with
vance guard oi several paitica 11hu strength of the Institution always
Evans' once you have purchased here. ire contemplating spending the win the Probate Court B' nn rout to the estate. , ,

ter in Florida and are making a general -
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue '
tour of South Florida looking
of this newspaper.
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over the cou trr.: They will leave to- -
morrow for points farther south but
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are so well pleased with this> sec<"io!: Come in any time and freely ask for further +
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that they have planned to return hereabout information on this vitally important subject. :
T.D.EVANSJE'WELER the last of the month.Go You are always welcome, and our offic -s are always ; +
glad to advise. ."' 'L'ia y+ ,

to Francisco's for Bear He:':

I Bananas. DoctorsBncklllilstPI' -1-10-11- .*, The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



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