Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00539
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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 20, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00539
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Exportation of Cotton Must
Cease to All Countries in I I -

Paris Oct. 19.-An Italian squadron -
W. P. Gwynne and G. Goeswein I
is en rcute for the near East under SEEK PLACE TOTAL ENGLISH NURSE
appeared and stated that they were LEADER OF SUFFS ADMITS DEFEAT
sealed orders according to a Brin-
deeply interested in the drainage

disi dispatch is supposed received that this this squadron evening.It is WILL ASK ILS.ro S MAKE LOAN $$18,500,000 FOR MONSTER SHIPS OTHERS GET HEAVY IMPRISONMENTPrincess question of the confronting recent rains.the city They as asked a result President Returns to Washington -

in the blockade of the
to participate
for relief in southeastern Orlando After Casting Ballotin
Bulgarian coast. Arredonda Upon Return From Ships Will Have 40,000 Tons Gets 10 Years Impris- stating the conditions that existed
Favor of Votes for
British Steamship- Sunk First Chief Will Try to Displacement Each-Will onment for Breaking an there and were opposed to any drain-
age proposition which would take the Women
London Oct. 19.-The steamship Negotiate Loan for Make Provision for Umbrella Over Ger- surplus water from southwestern Orlando

Aleppo of the Wilson Line has been Carranza Flying Corps man's Head I through Lake Lucerne thence New York Oct. .-Mrs. E. F.

sunk. Reports reaching here today I through Lakes Cherokee and Davis to Fickert of the New Jersey Women's

say that the crew was saved. Washington Oct. 19.-Arredondo, Washington Oct. .-The first two Amsterdam Oct. 19.-A correspondent I the sink hole. It was their convictionthat State Suffrage Association concedesthe

Italy Declares War on Bulgaria who will leave at once for Saltillo to dreadnoughts to be constructed under of the Echo Beige has sent this enough water was being drainedto defeat of suffrage in New Jersey.

hand personally to Carranza the let- the navy department's five year pro- newspaper here a copy of the notice' the sink hole.C. Suffrage in New Jersey apparentlyhas
Oct. 19. has de-
ters from Secretary of State Lansing : gram will be the largest and most issued to General von Bissing gover- E. Howard, chairman of the sub- been defeated by a three to one
clared war against Bulgaria but the and the Latin-American diplomatsthat powerful fighting ships ever built in nor general of Belgium and to be affixed -' district school trustees told of expense -
she will send vote.One
question troopsto will grant Carranza official recognition the world. They will cost $18,500,000 in the town halls throughoutthat incurred in making repairs to hundred and thirty-six districts
the British and French forcesin
join said tonight that he expectsto each. The total cost of the new con portion of Belgium occupied by a sanitary sewer. The council voteda out of 1,891 in the state show 12,903
Serbia remains obscure the
as as
return shortly carrying his com- struction planned, in addition to the Germans, announcing death sentencesas rebate of $70.A :against; suffrage and 9,040 for.
results of the Ser
fighting raging on
mission as ambassador.He upkeep of the navy is estimated at a result of the court martial on I petition signed by property own-
bia's frontier. I
eastern said the first duty on his return 1002482242. the charge of espionage. Five per- ers in the southwestern portion of the Wilson Returns to Washington

Son of King Constantine Severely would be the negotiation of a loan It is planned to give the two world sons were sentenced to death one of city was not acted upon. Washington Oct. .-President
Injured from American financiers that will i wonder dreadnoughts a displacementof whom was the English nurse Miss Wilson returned to the White Houseat

Athens Oct. 19--Prince Alexander enable the new government to take a 40,000 tons each this being 8,000 Edith Kivell. The others are the FIRST SESSION WEKIWA BAPTIST seven o'clock tonight from Prince-

second son of King Constantine has stable place in Mexico. tons greeter than the present superdreadnoujhts Countess Jeanne de Belleville Madame DISTRICT ASS'N. ton where he went early today to vote

been injured severely by a fall from The United States will immediately ; of 32,000 tons. Louise Thuliex a French teacher for woman suffrage.I. .

his horse. While riding to battery appoint an ambassador to 1\lexico. but These two ships carry eighteen 14- Phillipe Dany an architect and The first session of the Wkeiwa

maneuvers the prince who is twentytwo there is no announcement as yet as inch 14-iach guns, are to be equippedwith M. SeverLn a chemist. Baptist District Association met at O. O. F. DISTRICT MEETINGAt

years old, was thrown and frac- to who will get the place. Henry P. special torpedo nets and have a Four others including a woman, St. Cloud last night at 7 o'clock and

tured a leg. Flecher ambassador to Chile and hull of an entirely new design.A are sentenced to fifteen years impris- will be brought to a close his even the hall of Orlando Lodge No.

Brand Whitlock, the American ambassador provision for a flying corps as a onment. Princess Marie de Croy who ing. Many people from Orlando' and 20, on Monday evening October 18,

Drastic Cotton Ruling to Belgium are being urgedby direct result of the lesson taught by broke an umbrella over a German of- Orange county attended the sessions. was held the first district meeting of

London Oct. 19.-The Official Ga- their friends to seek the, place. the great European war, figures in ficer's head was sentenced to ten Among them were M. E. Weeks the twelfth district composed of

zette says an announcement has been I the naval program this corps to con- years imprisonment. George Huxtable Rev. and Mrs. E. Lake Orange and Osceola counties.

made by the government that the exportation Mexican Bandits Rob Train sist of 350: men and 150 officers. Lee Smith W. P. Miller Mrs. W. II. Grand Master Lathrop was present

of cotton by manufacturers Brownsville Tex., Oct. 19.-Mexi- REVIVAL PRAYERS THROUGHOUT Brokaw Mrs. Charles Phillips andJ. and unhesitatingly pronounced this

with the exception of lace and cotton I can bandits held up and robbed a pas- II. KANNER TO CONDUCT MAMMOTH CITY YESTERDAYWith L. Dillard and daughter and J. F. the best meeting helt in Florida up

waste hereafter shall be prohibitedto senger train on the St. Louis & San I SALE Bray and wife of Winter Garden. to date and we know that Brother

all European countries except Francisco railroad early today killingtwo seventeen cottage prayer Rev. E. T. Poulson pastor of the Lathrop has taken the degree of

France Russia, Italy Spain and PortugaL persons and wounding three oth- Beginning Friday of this week and meetings yesterday afternoon in as Orlando Baptist church, preached the truth. This meeting certainly was a

ers. The hold-up occurred near Oli- continuing for the next sixteen days many different sections of the city, a opening address last night, which no grand success due largely to the untiring -

mite seven miles north of here. the New York Bargain Store con- fine meeting at 2 p. m. for the chil- doubt was very scholarly. He also and unceasing efforts of the

DAVE DAVIDSON SOON TO RETURN The dead: ducted on North Orange avenue by dren and young folks at the church gave an educational report. :M. E. special deputy grand master FrankL.
II. M. Kendall engineer of the H. Kanner will hold its great annual Weeks also on the Baptist
led by Mrs. Jeter a deeply spiritual gave a report Helms of Orlando. Every lodgein
train. sale.For service at 10 a. m. followed by a Orphanage at Arcadia. An an- the district was represented. St.
Word has been received that Dave An unidentified United States cav- a number of years it has been workers' conference( and the great nual letter concerning the association, Cloud No. 66 led the van with a dele-

Davidson the professional golf coach, alryman.The the custom with this establishment to service last night the revival meet- read Sunday showed there were 100 gation of thirty-five members. Kis-

will be in Orlando in the very nearjure. injured: hold a sale in the fall in order to clear ings at First Methodist church may new members and $12,800 on hand for simmee followed with seven, Ocoee
This is good news for lovers Dr. E. S. McCain Cameron county out the stock preparatory to the win- all
almost be likened to some of the objects. with six, Eustis four We did not get
?the who wish to become physician probably fatally shot. ter's business.
game pro-
"drives" we hear about in the Euro- the exact number from Orlando No.
ficient at Country Club tournaments.BIG Harry Wallis, seriously wounded in This year is to be no exception and pean war zone. Not in many years EXPECT LARGE NUMBER OF 20, but they with several welcome
Mr. Kanner that he has
abdomen.P. announces
has there been a deeper or more gen- VISITORSThe visitors from Northern states swelled
ELKS GATHERING THURSDAY E. Moran conductor of the train, prepared one of the most attractive ,
eral awakening of interest
religious the number to more than one hundred
wounded. sales which he has before Federation of Bible
slightly ever put State
than is
now being manifest in this and seventy-five people and every-
How much loot the robbers obtainedis the public. Under the of Classes will meet at Orlando Tuesdayat
city. captaincy
compe- body was happy.
Several hundred Elks are expectedto not known.BANDITS The roads will be posted for miles the First Methodist church.
tent consecrated womanhood the daily The honored with the
meeting was
visit the local lodge of B. P. O. E. with notices of the great sale and peo-
meetings for prayer are having a of three
one grand master

on Thursday, Kissimmee from and the Lakeland.lodges at Sanford ROB TWO TRAINS ple expected from to all attend.parts of the county are telling reported effect through many convictions these auxiliary being MORAN IS KNOCKED 0 OUT U T TKew ters.past presence grand They all masters had something and two to minis-say

+ + + + 404o4o4o4o4o4o4o4o4o4o BATTS FINISHED:-; ARGUMENT IN agencies. and their addresses were well calcu-
+ + New York, Oct. 19.-Six armedmen NEW HAVEN CASE York Oct. 19.-Frank )Moran lated to make of their hearers better
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR 4- held up and robbed two freight After Walt Holcomb had finishedhis heavyweight was knocked out by Jim Odd Fellows and better citizens.At .
ONE:-; ON:-; EUlT{). +
.+ SOME RIALST.tFFOFTIIEREPORTERSTAR + trains and attempted to rob an Amer- New York Oct. .-B. L. Batts sermon last night at the Methodist Coffey in the third round in their the close of the literary pro-

+ ican Express train on the West Shore deputy United States attorney general church, without any invitation scheduled ten round fight here to- gram refreshments were served and

+ railroad at the entrance to a tunnel finished his argument on behalfof there were eight persons who came night. we trust that everybody departed intellectually -
+ Following the announcement inyesterday's +. between Congers and Haverstraw N. the government today in the trial forward and decided to become Chris and physically well filled.
+ Evening ReporterStar ,
+ that the Sentinel was conducting Y., early today. After loading an automobile of the twelve New Haven railroad directors tians. There was genuine rejoicingon ROAD EXPERTS COMING
+ a news section for the + with packages taken from on trial charged with con the part of the church member- BUTTER IN BERLIN 70 CENTS A

+ benefit of Orlando's colored population the two freight trains the bandits es spiracy to restrain trade. Charles S. ship.Mr. When the special meeting of the POUND

++ citizens, in one Orlando of the called best up white and +. caped. )Mellen former president of the road, Holcomb preached on Gala- State Highway Commission is held at

+ requested that a colored supple will be the first witness called. tians 612. Orlando October 27 W. E. James. Berlin Oct. 19.-The military com-

ment be left in the Morning + STU.SGECES MEANS MORE cheif of the maintenance departmentof mander of the province of Brandenburg -
Paper coming to his residence.For +. i PEOPLE COMING the office of public roads at Washington which includes the city of Berlin -
of the
+ the enlightenment These Men Stole 37 Ford Cars
I Evening Reporter-Star the Sentinel + I ; will be present according to a has fixed the maximum price of
publishers wish to state + Within the week more strange faces statement made yesterday by M. M. ,butter at 2 marks 80 pfennigs (approximately

++ that ment the i in distributed colored news solely supple-to the +. have been seen in Orlando than for Orlando One Of Many To Suffer Smith, one of the commissioners. The 70 cents) per pound.

colored people and white subscribers + some weeks past. The advance influxof special meeting will be an interesting The price had reached 3 marks 20

+ do not receive this supplement + winter residents has started. Manyof -- one. pfennigs (approximately 80 cents),

unless, of course it isrequested. the strangers are looking the New York, Oct. 19.-How a Sunday ing capital, Joachim convinced his and was still rising.
It also be men- +
+ tioned that the might colored news section + ground over and may locate here. school teacher who asp _i: to be a companion that stealing autos offeredan TO OUTWIT AUTO THIEVESAll
has been made possible by + Consequently a friendly word of jitney bus magnate, and stole auto easy way to get it. REPAIRING SANITARY SEWER A
thrifty colored people and by greeting and a show of interest towards mobiles as a means of procuring capital The two men stole nothing but 1915 automobile owners are search GREAT SIGHT

++ the support given them by white .. these strangers means more in- was told yesterday to Assistant Ford cars. Believing doctors must ing around for devices which will pro-

+ business As the men.Sentinel publishers have vestors. District Attorney Gates and Detective keep their cars in good condition the tect their machines from automobile It is an interesting sight to see the
+ nothing to do with compiling Thomas S. Hujrhes, head of the auto- thieves selected physicians' machines thieves. The devices are many and men repairing the break in the sanitary I
the news of this colored section CHICAGO CUBS SOLD mobile squad by Frank Joachim and whenever they could. varied, ranging front wires to pad- sewer on North Orange avenue.
+ there for might some be of a good the afternoon opportunity + Adolph Benaward. They confessed They made it a practice to pet rid locks. Several inexpensive locks are Fifteen feet below the surface of the

+ paper's heavy editorial staff to New York, Oct. 19.-It was learned they had been implicated in the theftof of a car within twenty-four hours. already on the market. earth men are working to connect the

pet a position as "cullud sas- tonight that the Chicago National 37 automobiles since April 1 last. With a die they changed engine num- sewer pipes and mend the break. J.H. .
.. siety" editor.It .. League baseball team was sold todayin P.enaward first met Joachim last bers. Number plates were kept on I MEETING OF SUB-EXCHANGE Barton, under the direction of
is not the desire of the Sentinel -
to enter into a lengthy con Cincinnati by Charles P. Taft who July in the latter's home. Joachim hand to be used as needed. Commissioner Robertson ia supervising -
troversy with the evening paper owned nearly all the stock. toM Benaward that last March he Easy to Sell Machines A. B. Johnson, manager of the Orange the work.WOMAN .
or to inflict a "war of words" The names of the purchasers were met a man who suggested much Benaward had an excellent reputa county sub-exchange of the

.. of upon this the public. The publishers their .. nto disclosed, nor was the purchase money could be made by stealing tion. So when he appeared in Hempstead Florida Citrus Exchange, will attenda BLIND TIGER IS CAP-
paper are giving
sole attention; to business and price. cheap cars. Joachim worked with Glen Covet Sea Cliff and nearby meeting of sub-exchanges at Tampa TURED
+ concentrating their efforts to- + this many until July. places and told friends he had gone Saturday.
+ wards serving the subscribers, TilE WEATHER Then came the visit from Bena- into the second hand auto business in Sheriff Gordon has taken into cus-

+ the merchants of the ,city and the best interests .. ward. The two discussed a plan for New Jersey he found many customers. Latest music latest books, finest tody Marguerite Taylor, a negress

: generally. + For Florida: Rain today; moder- starting a jitney bus line. One was His prices for stolen cars ran stationery Columbia records O'Neal latest who is charged with operating a blind
& book
Y. + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 .t ate northeast to east winds. for sale in ilidJIeboro Ky. Not hav I from $300 to $S75 apiece. a store.magazines. tiger on or near Parramore street.

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E DAILY 1 world is the friend of the man MILK SCARCE IN BERLIN I-

with the hearty laugh and the cheery
South Florida Sentinel outlook upon all things around.A Berlin.-In view of the shortage of\ SOME MERCHANTSmay

MORNING AND WEEKLYv. churlish fault-finding the milk supply in greater Berlin, the
nature a
.. ?:. GLENN ......................EdlUrC tony advisability of introducing milk cards
ESSINGTON ...Bosiaea Manager harsh, cold manner is a pullback I w
similar to those used early in the war
--- man. Many a young man tryingto the habit of their old seed with the fresh
Fora.. climb has been dragged down bythe for the distribution of bread is being practice mixing ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES fetters of a cynical, discourteous considered. but we don't we burn the bid stock and sell the new, and
OaCy.: I Yilr ........................ fS.OO like
Dail/,. < Months ...................... Z.60 manner. The glad man I
Dal1,. Month ....................... 1.25 a loadstone. The churl repels. SuUnal Want Ads Pu. find this brings us a bigger profit.
DaiI,. 1 Month ....................... .60 If the grouch habit is growing I I

W..I,.. 1 Year ...................... '1.00 within you, pluck it out now. ,

ADVANCETO kind. Be cheerful. Cultivate a happy $.29,15

ADVERTISERS frame of mind. Force your face to l9 SEEDare
mile if you have to, and soon the
OPT for diipUy and all atll.r 11011-s.t
tortilla a..t IM handed in at tN kaiiaeM.ffie. face of the whole world will smile :
. .( Ui. Sentinel .t aster ilia. I p. se. WASHINGTON D D. C cD c//
to UM eaaat day kfre.. for...contract"Uuti....d This.erti.rale in..applit it to back at you. , the best to buy if you l know they are fresh and not a mix-
taearlall. and will be atrictly adhered ...
ture of old; and new seed.
For The '
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued IA Poem Day .\ RETURNVIA t
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration. otherwi it will be
continued at the regular ubscriptkra rates THE DAY OF CHOICE

Tetepaeae ontil notice Noaik to atop .ia...received................... 14 'I D E ..8.. ::t'r
Fair the slopes of Olivet

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1913; Like Under a jewel sunset richly skies set; Atlantic Coast Line '.T 'le Drug nncl Seed Man"

David's city lies.
It would be great to be as wise as PROPRIETOR
Standard Railroad of the South
some people think they are just for a Down the road from Bethany ],
few minutes. Pours a joyous throng; I CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
On a royal ass rides lie
-0- Whom they hail with song.
According to a German statistician Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th ] FLORIDA

only two per cent of musicians are I 'alms they wave beside His way.
Cloaks before Him fling;- Extended to Nov. 15th on pay-!I
bald to sixteen cent. of men in : ...
per Blessed lie who comes today- .. .....-= ---- .
z 1
other intellectual pursuits. Master Saviour King! merit of $1.00 1

Saving for the o rainy day is scien Through the eager pilgrim press. Electric Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. t.t"t'ltll_ I.
and Steel Pullman Lights
Toward the gate through
tific provided you remember always tides the One whose name they bless; 18-18-tf .1.1Have
that the rainy day is the Day of Opportunity What comes lie to do? Electric Fans --- I .t""t"'i
to rest and make a new
start. Comes_ a.:King_to 4'claim:_' his throne.I unD QATT?; ; GOLD DUST
a "'tag uom iair. :
o Lo! lIe seeks a place alone For Information Call on r u.1.. un..uJ.J

The Zeppelin warriors seem to For an hour ot prayer. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. i J ;you seen the Gold Dust Twins on display in our I
kink that it is fine sport to fly over -
Shall lie take a rank today W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. window?
dead of night drop a i
A country Such as they acclaim? 5 acres quarter mile from city half
few bombs on a sleeping city kill a Can lie crush the hopes that they Orlando in bearing budded orange and
lot of defenseless women and children Build upon His name? ------
grapefruit, 1500. I' VEGETABLESRemember I
and triumphantly sail away.
Who can know the prayer lie prays 10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young :
Great sport this and a class of i In the place apart?
amusement that the whole world de- Who can know what passion sways FIELD'SCHOCOLATE bearing grove; small house. 2000. :' we carry all kinds of Fresh Vegetables.
nounces.-Arcadia News. All the while His heart? 10 acres close in; 8 acres extra good \: I
2 fine trucking
citrus land acres
o the lo! comes He, j :
From temple
land. $600.00. J
The people of Palatka, taking ad- And His face is setBack Pan Cake Flour Maple Syrup
vantage of an act passed by the last I again toward Bethany, 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small .
legislature which permtis cities to Over Olivet. grove; 4-room house; good barn I:
VANILLA I and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 :
amend and make their own charters In the pilgrim host dismay I
without action of the legislature' will And n tense of loss; TUTI FRUTI 40 acres, 15 acres fenced, email ''
on October 19 vote for five citizensto And the One who rides away house garago and outbuildings.
compose what is to be known as a Sees afar a cross! GUAVAICE The land corners on large spring WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

charter board whose duty it shall be Yet the choice that they decried CREAMS. Inke. Very cheap, $1,500. _
__._ ,_
4 miles out, = =
to draft a new charter for the city How tho ages ring; 40 acres, unimproved, I = !
T.leMHed+ who wan crucified.Saviour ,- $1,000.
of 1'ulatkn. MniU-r, KingJohn $ '" - ,.., ,... _ _ ,., ___ __ __ MB t
Claim Minot, N. Y.Time! City and CountryProperty Uur uroceryOmpany
A womnn with three small children o AUTO LUNCHESA

'wa in Gainesville yesterday n..kt! >u VOI.USIA() COUNTY! Sl'F.CIAI" .: DIS- At War
nisi l to Jot to Thont.iftville Cit., which 'l'fU'I'TI': TOR IIONDS SPECIALTY i Two Phones: 3 and 200J

bile claim i ill her Itoww. SlicritT Hum- %- Time PricesCALL I

soy made up money to buy ticket to Dnytonn, I"ln-lIy majority of i G and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
that place and' gave it to her. Tha practically two to ono the voters in CLUIJ SANDWICH 23c. I

woman may have l beets the same one the south end of Volusin' county decided OR THONE i
in South 11II11 MI > 11111 > M I<.t-H*t...*....*V>b M I M IM e" m| ,
\\ho has been operating at the poll; last week to issue

Florida for soma time but the slieriil 5250,000:: in bonds for the purpose of We :Make Our Own leo Cream, l'acle.1' I E. C. Young .
gave her the benefit of the doubt and building roads und bridges in a special '
and Delivered for All Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
got her the means to go on, an act road and bridge district, which is I' Phone 56 53.!
of charity for which be deserves created by the election. Occasions
credit.-Gainesville Sun. I Meat Market Tnr


T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mere
,. ORLANDO Washington, D. C.-Funeral ser-
vices were held here today for William SpecialtiesCustom ORLANDO. FLORIDA

Some time ago Colliers announcedthat P. Stedman, a former private in Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '
Julian Street and W. W. Morgan the fourth Michigan regiment during

writer and artist, would make a tour the civil war and the captor of Jefferson Packers, Modem Equipment, Shippers and Buyers; Cash Florida and Western Meats .
of the Southern States for the pur- Davis after the fall of Richmond. Attention. '
pose of writing up various cities. W. Stedman died here yesterday at the .-_ f.o.b. selling; Growers' Agents; Personal Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

S. Branch, Sr., wrote Mr. Street and] age of seventy-nine years.A Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange Special Attention to Hotel and Owl of Town Ordtrs

pent him an Orlando booklet, with the for harvesting and packing their crops. / Buslnn. lj$ P. 0. BOI a.6
admonition that to miss Orlando GOOD INVESTMENTs of the goods. PHONES \Residence| ijj cor. OranK Ave. and Church It.I .
directed by owner
and shipped as
Fruit Packed
would be missing the entire South, or
words to that ctTcct. one that will yield n guaranteed PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.
We handle income
The following very courteous letter Income investments for ten years.yielding 8 per cent "'. H. RULE Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCIIUAN,
has been received from Mr. Street: net regularly. Heal Kxtate:' Honda,
and Income Investment' Packing House Manager.Patronage ... I
151 W. 8rtth St. Mortgages I , +
"' tttlnlllrt Min ff.,.ntlour e
fork uct. It, lain money: """U'" JUT ...... V
few awa'1 In Florida. A. 11. Cook & Co., Orl.inlo. Respectfully SolicitedSKATING :: __ ..&......
"Deflf Mr. Branch: 10-15-lmc OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
"Thnnka for the Information nttoutOrlando. -- ----
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Ill put your I letter in toybig --- -- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE e

I envelope and' carry It along In FRESH AND SALT MEATS

hopon thnt the op| ortunUy to look In ORLANDO CONCRETE RINK Kept under the beat sanitary conditions.

on you mny come. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
"On the other hand, the South' s .
big, place, and' if we cun't come It WORKS TUES. and pure.
LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING We Invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
be I Wcnuxe we can't manageit.
will only MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY In the Meat Line.
The whole thing i III a matter ot DAY AND FRIDAY everything
elimination, a* we can onl'holt 107 LONG STREET -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT Co.

about 18 or 2<> places in nil, to get the INSTRUCTORS. H. Adi. Self &

whole series of stories. PINE STREET
'Again thanks and I'll hope to see Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. PHONE NO. so

Sincerely yours."JULIAN All classes of Concrete work .
you. St.
Ave. and Jackson
Cor. South
STREET. done. Concrete Building Blocks Orange __ __'c -

Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Benches -

DOXT BE \\'hiteVa)' Posts, Rose ADMISSION 10 CENT! I
(Kansas City Star) and Vine Trelices, Fence and PHAl.MF.Rft:: APF.NPYNew

A man in this town who is nearly; Hitching Post Parts, EgyptianVases --

CO years old seems to be about 40. of every description, . . " MMttllllllllttilU; ; .11..11.11 i I
That man has never been out of ajolt. will arrive about the
and Bird Fountains. Bring your Y Chalmers 6-40-7 passenger
Hard times come and pinch the
business house where he works and plans and get estimate for con- ; The Men's Meeting 20th.

discharged who are better crete work. Call and see our t
men educated than he, more able than he granite and other natural rock At the Grand, Sunday. Did :you go? You enjoyed it, did We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.

to do his work, but he stays on the faced building blocks. Plans I you not? In fact, it was a treat. What is more it cost
will find our feeds
little. Likewise, your
and estimates made. All work ; you very
job.He find the cost low
has just one conspicuous talent ; a treat and enjoy them, and you
-the gift of always being glad. guaranteed. quality considered.Give .
"He's the youngest fellow on the I us a trial and be convinced. AUTO WASHING STATION

u-Vinle works said his employer the ____.. 4 c ,
-- --------- -- P. S.-'Vith eggs at 4<>C., you can't afford to neglect nu '
retrenchment was being I
other day when need his smile A. B. Cook & Co. < the hens.
considered. "I Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
around here to cheer me up." And I
white others went he stayed-because Christ Building Orlando. PHONE 417

he sings at his work.It The Operative Produce Co.

pays glad,to enthusiastic be cheerful.A hopeful. dispo Building Materials and Income ; W. S. DeWItt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church SU PIIONE 417IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIII; -___ _u __ -- -. -- -.

L sition is a real asset. It keeps a manyoung. Investments Want Ads Get ResultsT
He la, like Kipling's Kim, Sentinel

"the friend of all the world." And.Uthe LOANS 1

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I IA 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
time for the beautiful fashion Shows in New York, which gave them wonderful
rin yes. ideas of what would be the best to buy, thereby getting the ]last word in styles,
QISTINtTIONINnREj so we are prepared to show in our Opening the newest of the new. And every
W YlfT W/fl section of this well stocked store is prepared to make your shopping comfortable -
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.

J.VJillic.eryMillinery : :

Fashions trend toward the beautiful styles that include the Picture Hat, Ostrich Plumes,
Beaded Ornaments, Ribbons and Band ngs. 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
t1 colors. Many copies of original Paris models, creations of our own designers. Among the

F, sI many beautiful models shown will be the Chin-Chin Turban, Talbot, Evelyne Varon and
ol'E\1\G and Tappe Model. After you see them you cannot help but appreciate their attractiveness.We .
will be pleased to have you call] and see them. Our prices are consistent with quality.


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Loyal Wednesday Order, Moose the 20th, special inst, at meeting 7:30p. .

m. Be sure to be on time, as there I Household

I Winter Park News will ing.By be order a social of Dictator.gathering after 10192tcA meet- DaysA

Lively Three Day Sale
permit your money to remain .
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe idle or draw a small rate of interest
when :you can have an investment
yielding eight per cent. net for ten Commencing Next WednesdayAnd
Town And Rollins College years or longer. We handle only
guaranteed income investments mort-
g .i' es or improved city property. If
you re' sire a regular income we can Continuing Thru' Friday of
WINTER PARK'S PREMIER WILL ATTEND BAPTIST ASSOCIATION furnish it. .\" I*. Cook & Co., Orlando. Everything

Ybor City PITCHER defeated West Tampa I A party consisting of Dr. C. T 10-20-1'itc Appertaining to Home Furnishings

yesterday 3 to 0, Barze twirling shut- Douglass and wife, Mrs. J. A. Tr
out ball throughout the nine inningsand villion, R. L. Betts and wife DeWitt H BERRY SHEETS, SLIPS, TOWELS, COMFORTERSCURTAIN GOODS, BLANKETS, QUILTS,
allowing the Mackmen\ but three Taylor, and 1IissIarian Eldredgewill
hits. Bowden was hit for six singles attend the Baptist Wekiwa Asso-

but allowed no repeating by an Ybor ciation which is now in session at St.

player in one inning and should have Cloud as delegates from the First

fared better than he did. Scratch hits Baptist church of Winter Park. A complete line of Ford Acces- True economy is being able to buy the things :you want, when you want them, at the

and errors proved his undoing--or The opening sermon was preachedlast prices you want to pay for them. RIGHT HERE, on these three days is where jour
rather, that of the West Tampa nine. evening by Dr. Ed. T. Poulson, sories; a staff of expert mechanics opportunity
comes in to practice -prices low and assortments
economy are complete.
Not a run yesterday was earned. of Orlando, and Dr. Douglass is to
The Ybors in winning the game preach this morning. The session will to render satisfaction in all Within the past three months the price.of cottons and linens have advanced from

take first place in the Cigar City I close Thursday night. The Winter lines of Automobile Repair 20 to 33; per cent. All of our purchases were made before any advance took place. Our

league and need but one game to win Park delegates are to make the trip prices are based on these costs. Many of the special prices we quote arc much lower thanwe
tho championship. Opportunity to ''by auto. Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and can buy ourselves to day.

take the flag for 1915 will present it* I Gasoline, and fair and square
nelf tomorrow when the Mackmen ORLANDO REVIVAL PROGRAM

and Ytiors brush' again Both Brown I I FOR TODAY prices. HUCIIAItACK T011'EISCotton :SHEETS\ : AND PILLOW SLIPS

und Villarin\ have used llarze find luck I special Irish finish, full size,

Itowdcn in two Ntrtiittht $game, the Services nt 10:30::! a. m., Herman by very HjK'eial, exceptional ut $l. Odozl'l Popular i 72x00) ......................run
Mr. llolcomli, At the church.
one Friday nnd the other yentrnitty.nnd For children and young jieonle.( at \ for __=,__-->--____,.,______D."c:; :Mohawk, 03x90;: _--_....____--_____=85c i)

nro reluctant switch to'UUlllt to change,and.but Per-will 2 p j m., l led| by Mm. Jeter. Thin (U, avery For Nine Years Cotton lluek, Whlto niul colored :Mohawk, 72x1)0!)( --__--_______...__--,,85c:)
probably hort service, and parent are bonier regular $1.80 dozen for $1.20
nanJez fur the boxmen.-TampaTimes. t't'Clueliteti| to urge their children tostop /l. :Mohawk\ 81x90 ___.._?_____--....-.XV
Linen 1 11 uck 25c., 33c.:) 50c., G5c.. 75c.,
i for it on their! way homo from and! $1.25. Special! prices :Mohawk 81x99 -________.........._95c:
chool. the $1.00 !
We have been in business at
held :Mohawk 90x90 _________
Prayer meetings aa follows, nil = _________$1.00
I.\Hut T": "'U' : 10 PLANT CITY o'clock simultaneously, t beginning at 3:30: same location, Corner of South TURKISH TOWELS Euneida G3x90 __-___.........____,G5c;
Mayor W C. Temple and wife left : We carry one of the largest stocks of I
yesterday afternoon for Plant City Mrs. Zorian, 510 East street. Main and Church Streets. Turkish towels of any store in the State. Euneida, 81x90 ______..___________G9c
South and De-
where he is to be the chief speakerat Laney Mrs.streets.Moore, corner Bought direct from the manufacturers Euneida 81x90 _________-_________85c

the organization meeting of the Mrs. T. L. Smith, 208 Liberty. Phone 226Orlando's. Jobbers eliminated. Prices the lowest. Shamrock, 81x90 __________________75c

IIHlsboro county board of trade. Miss Miss Anna Weeks Echols, Washington, 505 South street.Main. Note these specials: Demco 81x90 -------______________G9c
main theme will lead for ________________$1.20
While Mr. Temple's West Cen Our $1.50
Mrs. L. G. Dollins, 728 Utica, 72x90 ________________95c
be to point out the benefits which tral avenue. Leading Repair Shop Our $3.00 lead for ________________$2.70
will' come from the organization of a Mrs. Frazier, 210 North Orange. and Garage We have a magnificent range of fancy Pequot, 81x90 --------____________$1.10

county board of trade he will, at the Mrs. Leu, 16 Hughey street. colored Turks in Guest and full size from Sterling, 81x99 __________________$1.50
Mrs. Whittenburg corner Garlandand
request of the leaders of the Plant Pine. 15c. to $1.00. Our special in these, 35c. or

City board, dwell at considerable Mrs. Andrew Harris Concord Park. 3 for $1.00.
length upon the merits of the local Oak Lodge, 415 Church street. _ PILLOW SLIPS
Mrs. Jackson, 305;: Church street. n GUEST LINENITUCKSA
board. As of the South
Florida Chamber president of Commerce Mr. avenue.Mrs. A. L. Bentley, 10 East Amelia = large variety of plain, fancy and white and cola 42x36 -____________________lOc. to 35c I
ored embroidered effects
Temple takes a deep interest in the Miss Cummin, 305 North Main. Save 50 CentsThis Special prices 20c: 25c., 33c, 50C-, and 6e.I ; 45x36, ___________________12/&c. to 45c
development of the work of the ica Mrs.\ street.A. L. Beaumwart 203 Amer- I

boards of trade of South Florida and I Mrs. Rabon, corner South and
is bending every effort toward a consolidation i Hughey.
of the different disorgan.zed Mr. nru Walker, South Orange.Mr. can be done by purchasing I -
trade bodies which will make :Mitchell 804 South Hughey. '
Mr. Amick, 14 Gould street. I' a $:>.50 ticket at the Model BLANKETSWe COMFORTERS AND QUILTS
possible a greater unity in workingfor ;
have an enviable reputa- The famous "MAISH" make.
the benefit of this part of the Cafe for $5.00. Thus save
tion for exceptional values in Over 500 to choose from, all the

state. Odd class Fellows of instruction Hall Wednesday will ,meetat Oc- 10 per cent on all you eat. So it Blankets. This season we will newest patterns and colorings.
eclipse ourselves. We have a Prices $1.23; $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
NEW Y. W. C. A. MEMBERS I RE- tober 20, at 2:30 o'clock. All mem-
I follows that the eat
bers are urged to be present. more yon I bigger range a choicer assort- to $10.00
:Mrs. W. tt. Brokaw. I .I ment, and prices absolutely the &# =. \ MARSAILLIES QUILTS .
Last the the will
evening reception meetingof more you save. when J.
-- -- --- lowest. Choose
very now
In both the old fashioned honeycomb -
the Y. W. C. A. organization was 4
These tickets are good for the assortment is at its best. 1
and satin
held upon the lawn in front of Cloverleaf MisdirectedEconomy y=' weaves,
Gray and White, full size splendid designs.
and fifteen new members 25-cent meals, 15-cent specials g
were received. Miss Elizabeth Russell -I $1.25 and _______--___.$1.50 Prices 95c., $1.23, $1.30, $3.50; ,

president of the organization, or anything from the short or- I COLORED PLAID BLANKETS 1.00, $6.50 and $6.75.

presided over the meeting which was der list-day or night. The sensation of the hour. To WHITE DIMITY QUILTS
the most enthusiastic and enjoyableheld see them is to own them. Special 3. size. $1.35; full size $1.75,
Trying to save a few cents by
this year. The Y. W. C. A. now Our oysters are fresh every price $2.50 to $3.50. { $2.00 $2.50 and $3.00
having your work handled by inferior 'I
number in their ranks every girl in Woolnap Blankets $4.00 1 COLORED DIMITY QUILTSFull

college. They are justly proud of Your hands.personal influence is day. and __________________$4.50 size, plain, $1.75: ; Scalloped -

their splendid record of achievementin All Wool Blankets, $5.00to $3.50; 4 size scalloped,
the past, and determined to do even greatly enhanced when you are ___________________$10.00TOWELING $2.90
clad in immaculate linen.
better work the coming year.


Miss STENOGRAPHIC May Hardaway, public OFFICE stenographer -

has opened an office in the LaundryFRENCH 1CRETOXNES 1-
Schultz building and is ready to re- The Model Cafe Cotton Buck __________7c., Sc, lOc. 15c. and 20c DENIMS, ETC.
Linen Crash, regular 12c. for ____________lOc
ceive all who have work in her line LAUNDERERS Our Fall range is absolutely complete with all
15c. 18. 20c.
Check Dish Toweling121ic, ,
which wish done. She comes to
Winter they Park with the best possible PHONE 88 PURE LINEN MUCK Irish, 15 to 22 inches, 45c-, the new combination colorings and designs. Ex

65c.TABLE. ceptional good values at these .
references and will no doubt receivea 50c., 59c., and prices.29c.

liberal patronage. Miss Hardaway 1c.: 2c.: .. 3Sc., 40c., and (Se.
was the young lady referred to in a LINENS

recent article which announced that Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe
have A word to the wise. Thanksgiving Day will soon
Winter Fark would soon a public
stenographer. be with us. On that day of days every housewife EXTRA SPECIAL IN SLIPS
will strive to make her table look more at-
WINTER PARK NOTES tractive than ever and table linen wil be chief Shamrock Make, 45x38'/&, 35c. pair, worth
means to that end. Avail yourself then of the
Mrs. Charles Seower left for Kis- 50
have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles for three days.
simmee after a visit with her sister exceptional values we are offering
Mrs. Scott. and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes OUR SPECIAL LINE in pure Irish Linen grass

Letcher Jernigan has returned from. and Men's Furnishings. bleached, 72 inches wide, $1.50 value for $1.15In

Arcadia where he has been for some an excepetionally range of designs, napkins to CURTAINS ANR CURTAIN SCRIMS
time past.E. match many of the patterns.
Other prices 63c; 75c, $1.00. $1.75; $2.00 and $2.50
L. Greer of New York traveling The business we do in this section of the store is
the at
NAPKINS to match of patterns
salesman for the Francis H. Leggett W. H. SCHULTZAt special' prices also. many almost a wholesale one, the reason is plain-
Grocery company, was in town yes-
terday.A. right prices-test us during the sale, we'll sur-

J. Stebbins, of Savannah who the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. DOMESTICS prise you.NOTTINGHAM.

travels for a big toilet article housein Winter Park SHEETING, 5-4 6-4, 7-4, 8-4.
Savannah visited Winter Park yes- Florida Bleached, ISc., 20c., 25c.. 32c. LACE CURTAINS, White and

terday. Unbleached ISc., 20c. ecru. Special prices:
r. II enn' M ea d ow s left for JackJl TICKINGS, Feather and Mattress,
$1-50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $1.00 and $5.00
sonville yesterday to meet a car load Prices lOc, 12%c., ISc., ISc., 20c. and 25c.
of horses which he is bringing from lllliMIIMIIIIIMlllllliiMMIilllllMMMIIIIIIIIWinter PILLOW TUBING, 42 inches and 45 inches. Bordered II. S. Etamine, white and ecrue,

Kentucky to sell. Prices 18c. to 20 c. -
15c. value for 10YJe
Among the knights of the grip visiting AWNING STRIPES, new colors
Winter Park's merchants yes- Park Auto Co. Prices 20c-, 25c. and 30c. Plain and II. S. Marquisette, white and ecru,

terday were Messrs. Hale of Jackson- CANVAS DUCK, 8 oz., 10 oz, 12 oz. 25c.; value for 19c
ville, Ferris of Tampa and Higgins, Prices ISc., 22c., and 25c.
representing the Consolidated Grocery

company of Tampa. BUICK and FORD CARS
The regular' monthly "mothers I
meeting" of the W. C. T. U. was held

at Hooker Memorial church yesterday

afternoon. A good number of ladies Repairing Painting and Auto
Dickson-Ives Co"Orlando's
attended and a most interesting and

helpful meeting was enjoyed by all. SuppliesOPEN
The college Y. M. C. A. men held

their regular weekly meeting last

night the program being in charge of "
Favorite Place. Orlando Fla.
R. W. Greene, physical director. Mr. DAY AND NIGHT Shopping ,
Greene, who is state secretary of the

organization, gave a very interestingtalk.

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"': CALENDAR: Tho Junior Matrons\ will l 1'0 entertalned American .t"'J:!: Lynn, Hugler," in
this afternoon Mra. DaUFUhback. two rurh.|
IVcdncwlsy, October 20. A big M>\' Ial two reel Keystone I
Twentieth Century Club, Mr. G. C. comedy: "'!fh College liIr1,." V 45M
Kulloch hostess> afternoon. The Twentieth Century Club meet Enough: Unity Circle. I"lvo'lItli to All
wiht Mrs. Kollock this afternoon'
Young Mutruni Curd Club, Mr*. Phil :
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Slemom hontcnn.
Orlando Gun; Club hoot, Country 'tdr rt .d't'li FMK

Club afternoon. Mr. L. W. Tilden, a prominent and MODEL KINDERGARTEN: primary
Rosalind Club
I w.STEWART afternoon. successful horticulturist and trucker room, First Methodist church; tele- -
phone :221, or cull 14 East Jackson -
&: NAG; SJCKU, MARRIAGE OF INTEREST YESTERDAY of the Winter Garden section, was in street. 10-20-tfc

Orlando yesterday en route to Tampato o 0
At 1:30: o'clock yesterday afternoon attend a meeting of the Florida FOR EXCHANGE-$50 hammerless We are headquarters for Friendship Links. Wo have

;Miss Olpa Lillian Rock: daughter of Citrus Exchange. for Parker well trained double bird arrelled dog. Address shotgun hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
:}Ir. Charles Rock and Mr. Archibald Mrs. Helen Wright, who has been "Gun," care Sentinel. 10-20-tf
Russell Field, were united in mar- spending the summer with relatives only 25c., including engraving, and they are very popular.

riage by Father Golden at the home and friends in Evanston, and other GENERAL STORE FOR SALE-In
of :Mrs. Field's sister, Mrs. J. Ralph points in Illinois, has returned and is country near Orlando; small invest

Yearby, on North Orange avenue. again occupying her pretty home, 113 lars ment address; A-l proposition.II. N., care For Sentinel.particu- ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Mrs. Yearby acted as maid of honor Anderson street. 10-20-3tc

and Mr. Edwin Beeman was best man. Mr. Ceo. T. Self, of DeLand, was i:b dI
The bride was attired in a modish among the visitors to Orlando yes FOR SALE-Buick roadster; de- U- 0 ::IJb
; extra rim and tire;
of dark blue taffeta and chic
gown a terday. Mr. Self was for a numberof completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
*vban of black velvet and silver. The years one of the leading contractors Garage, 32: East Church street. .
interior of the pretty Yearby home I and builders of this section, and 10-20-tfc -p-,- Unusual I Dll'J't1.
: JOSZS!;: y eslgnsI
artistically decorated.Immediately :,
was :
his visit was the first in a number of I -
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTORWork : '- ,.... -; ." 1 #
Mowing. : the ceremonythe I years. wanted by able wood work t' ",-\1 .s Some people, in fact, a great many,
bride nrd !rrf's TM, a couipanied by Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin promi- er. Efficient in all branches of build- t{ J. I 1 prefer unique and original effects
"oj.-''. Yea;or und: sere al frit.ids, in :nent and popular residents of Ocoee, ing. Estimates furnished on any job, ''S. / tl v w' in wall decorations. We anticipate
I :.-.-. I.teRi..n'jar wet <'ri en to \\"Inter were among the visitors to Orlando large 10-2G-Gt or small. F. B. Click, R. R.I. Ti \ -:4j 1{$\ .?: these demands and always carry in
Park whe-c they boarded an af- \:<'f .,\; 1.j t stock something entirely different
yesterday. They were accompaniedby *
Fills ternoon train for Jacksonville. Fol ,. --, p' from others. Will call here or
their niece, Mrs. Cora Hall, who 1 ? you
to Walt Hol- "
lowing a honeymoon at Jacksonvilleand \Y,_ will we send our sample book to ?
has been visiting them at their homein comb preach Methodist church, : (""* 1czf. you
points on the East Coast Mr. and ; "1 - .:. ..
west Orange. 10:30 and 7:30 o'clock daily; and see :- -- .
Mrs. Field will return to Orlando. Jeter draw pictures. J. B. Ley pastor - 'i.J- -\J. -' \ I
Both are well and favorably known Messrs. M. E. Weeks, W. P. Miller 10-20-1wkc I : --- l1*, ...:, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Every and G. L. Huxtable, representing the ;* (\" n
and have a host of friends who extend 205 S. Orange Avenue
First church of this and
congratulations. The wedding, Baptist city BUILDING MATERIALS AND
Mr. J. A. McDougal' of Conway, left ESTIMATESWe COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 26!
came in the nature of a surprise and :
Requirement yesterday afternoon for St. Cloud to are prepared to furnish estimates
it is hinted that a merry ricing will -- -- - -- -------
attend a meeting of the Wekiwa Bap- on lumber and building mate-
be the happy couple's fate upon their
tist association which convenes at rial of all kinds. Give our service a
return. that trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
Mr. Field is proprietor of Field's, place today. 10-19-201.
one of the most attractive luncheonettes Mr. W. M. Siemens returned to Or- CAREY HANDFUNERAL

in Central Florida, and has always lando last evening after an absence INGLENOOK CAKE AND I
enjoyed a fine business due to of several weeks. Orlando's pioneer
his courtesy and excellent manage- dry goods merchant first visited his CANDYAULOn DIRECTOR
ment. old home hear Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
I Always Mrs. Field is & charming woman and then paid n visit to the buying etc.Delicious\ Candies Caked, Sandwiched, AND EMBALMERAll
centers of the North and East, includ.
, possessed of ft splendid personality! Order taken" for paflle
whose friend are legion.: Congratu: Ing New York Philadelphia& and Dos* Located in fear of Ilfanrh'ri Hook I
ton, where he purchased a large stock
latlons are extended by the Sentinel. !
icliable 1 of !goods for hid store on Orange ave Store, Arrade calls answered Promptly Dayor


Mr T. M Mink, who with hit wife Night. Hand Block.

And three\ children recently arrhed. in
Oakland from Clwmvater I to make GRANDTODAY Orlando Florida.
nd -
their home, having traded their property ,

I. in PinelUa county, with Mr, r e* PHONE 639. KlSlUlimi'HONr: 457,
H Croft for his holdings in west Orange -

was in Orlando yesterday In
Guaranteed I.
:order to keep posted on the events of _
I this section, Mr. Mink found time
I I while in the city to make this officean *

appreciated call and add his name

to Orange county's most popular "FATHER FORGOT"
T SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST: paper, the South Florida Sentinel.
Mrs. S. Waters Howe has returnedto
her home in this city after an enjoyable TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Give cruise with Mr. and Mrs. n.I' .
Marks in their yacht from Jack FOR :SALE; Bie i lot of furniture.
sonville to Charleston. Mrs. Howe 404 Boone street. 10-i 0.1t' "TilE CONVERT,"

also visited relatives and friends in
WANTED reliable, competent Lubin Drama."LUXURIOUS .
It erfect Nashville, Tenn., and Atlanta, Ga. white servant, willing to go to
+ Tampa; best wages.; Call phone 221.
Miss Sarah Stage who has been 10-20-Gtc. CURTIS & O'NEAL

I spending; tho past five months with
FOR SALE Stock of general
merchandise LOU
Satisfaction Mr. and Mrs. John Stagg at their nt a bargain if sold at ,
summer home, Watervliet, 111., near once. P. U. Box 142, Long wood Fin. Bbgrnph! Drama. Insurance Loans Real Estate
Chicago, l is expected to return to Orlando > 10-20-31: i |

+ NTJoU-To: buy best coaster brake Rentals
1II 'rle'llull"ln: only; give full dotnlU. .
Dr. nnd MM. J. Merle McKlroy: andJ. AiklreM\ X, care Sentinel. '
Mfrl", Jr., and nurse, I leave today I, to.W.It.OSl'tOI'ATIIJr.* "FOR HIS MOTHER;

for lUrmlneham, Ala, whore they will Edison: Drama
spend several week with relativesand : I'II'I"ICINNU"
+ Dr. Howell, osteopathic physician
On account of the lllnea of Rev. and surgeon, announces that he has
Eleanor Gordon the meeting of Unity returned from Harvard University, Be.) lOco
where he took post graduate work in ESTABLISHED 1MI
Circle Ii h t1"Itor' yesterday was eye ear nose and throat diseases.
postponed. Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera .
The Fortnightly Bridge Club will ), and electrotherapy and conta- An Exceptionally Good Show.
gious diseases. Office, Cheney build- I
be entertained today at 3 o'clock by ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- . .1.1..1.1111111..11.111111111111111111111111111.
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LW Beds! Beds!! Beds! !!

In Bright New Patterns Pipes! Pipes! Pipes!

Phillips ,< :

We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

& it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe tot

measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation

work you can save money by having us

Sons c t t 1f'I cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

I so as you can install it yourself

Wo will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

'u eta, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
Now Is The Timeto
may have your preferred plumber fit them up If

I you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
, Meet that Iron or Draft lied yon need for tho winter.. CAn" Water Closet as It Is the only noiseless

Our stock la full of bright new patterns to choose fromat ; closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

surprising& low price A call will convince you I for five years iy


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TO SERVE IN FIERCE FIGHT SEAMEN'S; tAW Att tt1t.t Dressmaking Parlor
MlLITAttV ttUtUAL) New \'otk.-Sotn t>f the best
Amsterdam.-Regaining the recenl \V Washington, Oct., i8.-In a letter khowti speed kings will meet in a fpe.
lighting lit the Artoia region Itt ttt Secretary;; bf the Treasury McAdod, Little Itock, Ark. "Major" f3tohe. I bait rtuhdred mile IhVltntioH hmtcli ..
Fratytfj) the War correspondent bf the made puhlle here 8uhdajn geerttarjrbf Mid ttf be the hty Negrd hichibef bf Fate at the lherpshend{ Hay ei'ml- MI isg" Mrtfgdfel t It, Ifahtllhm
Vttsslehe: BeltUhg bf BerllH sajrsi: t.'ijtrlh1Ht- tiedneid Hiakes it slrorig the Uhllcd Confederate! Vettrdfn' bf- 'l Wiijr 6H feletttoH tlay NuVtHttifF ;9 i, fttF for present) looted at 10? t4(H, Of
"the werttofls bf the Prehth WSHSIHg defense!: ef the hew federal' l'tt'lehI9!' kithItaIIai1, Was jHVtti ft full inilitdFtuntral lit Burl!=s 6f tlifim: A guld pup| put'
l+arlkuhiFly tllfl'l-tt'11 hHl'tI ftHhl t+itF: faw and '>evetejf! entki"e { Hafit HfUkht I l Will iittg@ A\ ,
Bargain the town bf IJt'nslIJ tl dtldtk tn* of the I'tritMil fcterimhlf!' ) P6mp4fi< "m j.lf" tlittl fridrif: jalas i j ge tu the entrant l ef theN rrintntipFaF !
Mtlhtri! foFenaull \upon t thi bblertjtewa4 \. fnf Ihe' Mateweht t they made that that t Wtwfi femrf\lJf t: M the :Arkansan :
l prtFttble l by lire ef \unpdralleleti inmpanyva* forced. : t"jut ef i bnaintsa ril1tjij was nrpapj. iH td J, attf @tAIIt' Iatntd 1 1it :: already have Minied pare : That' Th@ public and till former
fHfY, l itf< the ,provisions ef the I lair : With tone wa 4 a NegwIP sarvante mm KM t n iph nIJ]\ t'Almfll
"'n@ Freneh, with desperate jai : f a4 "dolorSlope Was prumat@4. H4rl1u OM) M, \\u\i\\ \ Hurman, f'hljePullen ; patrons, Invited t to fall
petu.q&ty} charged: espppnily against A HP4L.; i MCPSSTYtfp | a captaincy, but A t the \tattle pf ?l1lt! l tlaI iph AI4nOn1J} J:;d',lie
a salient height \between Viniy ;and.gauchez Chickamauga was killed.' Through a : HickenLacker and) pad Cooper also --
individual with sell l
anything to
south of QivenchY- n-Qo- rain of bullets, risking death at every may enter.
If \belle, the possession of which was to or trade can successfully the find of the a buyeror step, the negro carried! his master's i i The race will start at 2 p. m. Asa Auto Livery
trader without ai4 Sentinel -
secure them command! of the plain of want ads. Remember that its body into the Confederate lines. For curtain raiser, a flying squadronof Phone 632J.
Lens." this act he was permitted to join the aviators, headed liy Juan OomenJos -
The correspondent says that the at- circulation represents five-sixths of Batesville camp.CRUELTY , the Brazilian bird man, will again E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.
the Orlando community. I I
tacks were a complete failure, and be seen in high air stunts. Passengers '!
he declares that the Germans fought TO SONG BIRDS FOR. I I will also be taken aboard and Two Cars in Service for Day or
with almost superhuman bravery. !I HIDDEN IX BELGIUM landed in front of the grand stand. I Night Calls
The Lokal-Anzeiger states that the CIF I KIDNEYS ACT Among the items issued by the
artillery battle was so furious that I i I Overseas News Agency for publication -:1--
the glowing hot barrels could
gun this
is :
Sold be served through thick, protect- ,
only BAD TAKE SALTS "Gen.on Bissinp, governor general -
ing gloves. of Belgium, has issued a decree ORLANDO ROOFING
prohibiting the retention of song birds
BRITISH COMPLAIN OF WASTE from which the eyes have been re- ANL:
IX WAR >\ORK Says Backache is a sign you have bean moved. The decree concludes: "The
eating too much meat,which artificial blinding of birds is a cruelty SHEET METAL CO.
London.-There are heard many forma uric acid. which I can by no means tolerate.' ___ _n
complaints these days of the large
amount of money wasted by the army I When you wake up with backache: and Mr.\ Mark\ M.\ Sablow, the Panama Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos,
officials. Supervision is slack, is the dull misery in the kidney region it generally hat man, was in Orlando )yesterday , ,
QuickCorner widespread feeling. While individ- means you have been eating too one of his periodical pilgrimages, and Rubber Roofings
much meat, a well-known
uals are asked to economize in their Heat. forma says uric acid which overworksthe authority. looking as handsome and smiling as
household and other personal expendi- kidneys in their effort to filter it if the world had been good to him Cornices Skylig lli, Heating Ventilating, ilotal Ceilings
tures, according to an oft heard com- I from the blood and they become sort of since his last visit to this section. -- ---
parison, the government spends paralyzed and lo gy. When your kidneys While here he made arrangements to
pet sluggish and clog you must relieve Works 14 E. Church St.
money with more abandon than in the II them, like you relieve your bowels; re- spend Fair week in Orlando.
piping times of peace. moving all the body's urinous waste,
I, else you have backache, sick headache,
XOTHIXG TO PREVENT SCRIPTURE dizzy spells; ;your stomach sours, tongue Best and Promptest - - -
is coated: and when the weather u bad
READING IN PUBLIC I you have rheumatic twinges. The urine "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
SCHOOLS is cloudy,full of sediment, channels often Auto Livery
get sore,water scalds and I
you are obliged
State Superintendent of Public In-I I the to seek night.relief two or three times during Service to DeLaney Drug Co.

struction W. N. Sheats has addresseda Either consult a good, reliable physician I Telephone No. 2
prop- letter to the school superintendentsin at once or get from your pharmacistabout i
all of the counties of the state, informing four ounces of Jad Salts; takea 5-PASSENGER i

erty 380 feet them of a decision that has before tablespoonful breakfast for in a a few glass days of and water your Just received a full line of the fmous Johns-
just been made by the attorney gen- kidney. will then act fine. This famous
eral regarding reading of prayers and salts ia made from the acid of grapes BUICK!{ CUR ton Milwaukee Candies-the sweetest of all
by 418 on street Scriptures in the class rooms each the and and lemon has been juice used, combined for generations with lithia to,
day.; The attorney general gives clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys,
opinion that there is nothnig in the also to neutralize acids in the urine so it We call anywhere at any time ved from Potter's Drug
that has brick laws of this state to prevent the read- no longer irritates, thus ending bladderweakness.
ing of prayers or Scriptures at the urn Ish a Menu not; toe
Jad Salta is a life saver for regular
opening of the day. meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot Gordon's Transfer Co, give Savings Che ks.
piled on injure and makes a delightful, effervescent -
Get the news In the Sentinel first. Lthia-water drink.You'll 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 {

and will be HAULING OF ALL KINDS i Manager

within " " " " " " " " " " " "

2 weeks. Will I ; "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j t;

cut into 16 lots.
: r, UnlessBudded
? :.. '
F M.T! 7"
Think of that

from Bearing
east side ten yyy 4w

trees of a known
minutes from


Post Office. Quantity and


; Quality of Prop -

-' Telephone I

..l, .. Get It, I ) duction."--0.W.

: J ,, Quick No 28 _

y/ Conner.Trees .

Your for
Just call when you need any- like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
thing for the office, from"pins to grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
Money printing ," and we'll haveitthere RUSHOrders
in a jiffy. We are featuring

won't tSSj-pHSl Forms and Binders Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

time-saving tricks for every busi- NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
ness office nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

grow I by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
W. S. BRANCH, trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

in THE ARCADE BOOK 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 I work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

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

I porches, mantles or any other ornamental ,

Carl Dann work will do well to call at my Nurseries

stone yard 103 W. Livingstone Avenue

O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
near Fair Ground. I

G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida i !





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JlUH h : i :. ; .....a.th + and Shingles 1 Listen. !


j I Want You To HaveA

.. ORLANlC Chat With

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime







j jI jI rr-u-' __ 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

,tit Mornin? Sentinel Want about Citrus Groves in general AND ONE IN PARTICULAR.
Directory i is the Greate.t Want
Ad Medium. in OrUauo. O. W. CONNOR, authority on citrus culture says, No tree is a

first-class tree unless budded from a bearing tree of known
Terms Cash in Adrance.
I quality and quantity of production.

RATES I have 800 Budded Bearing Fruit Trees the tfud
Young Grape
For One Day ______________25t<< ,
I Far Three Days _________.__:50c was selected from pedigreed stock and planted on 10 acres of the

i For Six Days _______________75c best of Citrus land and delivering the goods in qualityand
For One Month ____________$2.59 very are
This rate applies on all ads of quantity.The .

25 words or 1 less. If the ad con- trees came into bearing last year, averaging one-half box to
taiks more than 2;;; words the Fate
will be one cent per word for the tree, a total of 400 boxes.

each sertion.If additional. word, for each in With good care the trees put on a splendid growth and increased

you can't bring your ad to their production this year, an estimate of 1500 boxes, beinga
For the Chilly Mornings and Evenings of FallWhen the office telephone No. 24.will Accounts be fraction less than 2 boxes to the tree. The fruit is sold on the

I opened by telephone December at box and this short
payable the following day.; tree for shipment $1.50 per a
the moraines cold and the days will find a little Gas Heater will make
are are warm you year fruit crop. Next year with only a fair crop the trees are
your room most cozy. Before the furnace is lighted a little heater of this sort will be a great comfortin Every Home-Every Business
capable and should produce easily an average of1 to 5 boxes
the cool evenings when you wish to read by the evening lamp. In the crisp mornings it will make Every Man hall use for a
the bathroom or breakfast room really comfortable. Sentinel Want Ad. each. This grove is for sale. Theme price is $7,500.

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

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

FOR SALE-Bicycle, in good condi.
tion; can be bought cheap for cash, Yes, and there is a new six room Bungalow with electric lights,

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 garage 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; property is located at Winter Park, overlooking beautiful

a It n K WT gall and ever during the Winter they will be convenient to warm cold corners during FOR SALE CHEAP-One Fox type-
Lake Maitiand, a most desirable home place. A place any man
severe weat er. ;Nlay we give"i' "n-*_4iL?= ?"..' ''_'I"rs and prices writer (invisible), good as new;
one hand grist mill, brand new. Will would be proud to call home, and if you overlook this chance

sell both for ?23; cash. S. V. Bunting, I'm sorry for you.I .
115 Grace street, city. 10-17-61*
really do want to have a chat with you. Come in and see the

FOR ;..>LE-Strawberry plants, Mis- Vet. and bring your wife along. I've got all the respect in the
sionary, JUoiii:ke and Excelsior
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO varieties. Now is the ;ze to set out world for a woman's judgment on such matters.

plants. Inquire J. II. G Ul.. South I'll just put the address down here at the bottom, so you
Parramore street and Grante avenue,
GAS DEPARTMENT or Box 324. 10-12-12t*..I won't' lotgot it. Tear it right ofT and stick it in your hat.

ij II OWNER of very desirable 40 acre

., partially improved farm finds it
necessary to go North. Will sell at
great sacrifice. Beautiful lake front. cxi. C YOUNG
New furnished house. Address Owner,

t MCI ill U , IIF t lie i MM iiin. care Sentinel. -10-lG-Gt-: Room 10, ), & Davis Bldg. ;rhQn.569

i H FOR SALE OR TRADE--12 acres,
fronting two lakes, dwelling; out-
buildings, 3-4 mile station; 1,000 nur- WANTED CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
sery trees; house and two lots in Kis- limited number of persons. Pleas-
simmee. 1:. I*. Gilpin, Winter Home, WANTED-Good machinist to workat ant rooms in new home. All modern
Fla. 10-19-6tc Winter Park. Must be able to conveniences. Also furnished rooms
repair automobiles and not a user of for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES( FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. West St., Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
9-23-tfc condition. Write Box 567. Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc of Lake Eola. 10-8-lmoc


OCOEE, FLORIDA ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; and attractive club offer to be The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Mrs. R. J.
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping worked locally. Apply will bring in a car of fine palms the
is modern Peer, 300 W. Concord avenue. coming week. his
porches, heating plant; Any one wishing
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, 10-19-3t services and experience will please
. all modern. Mrs. Wherry, 106 East drop him a card at once, and he will
Central avenue. 9-30-lmo WANTED-To list all kinds of propAvtw call to see you and make you hard
for sale fir T*_.TI u!_:_ -I -nm..- having time prices. For reference see the
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER man'applications for houses, furnished palms at 411 North Orange avenue
I will be
and unfurnished. I set out five years ago. J. H. Mooney,
Furnished 14 room house, on rick glad to list what _you have. Mrs. Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest I street arranged for light housekeep; II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
., : ing. Splendid location; large lot. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo HOUSE CLEANING, glass and wood
Terms. Owner 10 W. Concord Ave.
prices :: :: :: :: I. 9-19-3mo WANTED-Clean at Sentinel work; floors neatly scrubbed, waxed
rags and polished. Call on or address
office. 10-13-tf Leonard Williams, 411 West Church
FOR SALE-20 tract
acre *
street, Orlando. 10-14-Gt
one quarter mile from city limits; WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange -,
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur or rent your city and county'
I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. property. Call and see us. Geo. T. ,
---- -- : 6-9-tf Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. I
10-5-lmoc : public is hereby requested to
: FOR RENT I be as sparing as possible in the use
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, I of water, on account of so many
j \ Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : ROOM: FOR RENT-nicely furnished, furnished and unfurnished. Also I breaks in the sewer system.
--- in good neighborhood and convenient some splendid lots. Call and see whatI H. CLARK ROBERTSON.
prices to the above address I ; reasonable. 202 East Robinson have to offer before you buy or
I avenue. 10-17-3tc rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East Pins; BULBS FOR FALL PLANTINGWeare
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. headquarters for all kinds of
I FOR RENT-Furnished for light 10-8-dw-lmo bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
housekeeping, 2 rooms and kitchen. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
ette, on first floor; also bath room in PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
ttMM 111.111111111111111111111 J 1111111411111111' ,4+4111111111111111111111111111. connection; electric lights and tele- cabbage, 35c. per 100; 50c. for 200; 10-10.tfc
phone. 312 North Main street. I $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post-
iO-l -6t. paid. Tomato and eggplants, same
I Umbrellas recovered and repaired price. Large "Favorite" dry land
,"while you wait." ax Young's Repair FOR RENT-A good ten room furnished banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M.
house, with modern conveniences Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. CLINT BASSPHONE
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 10-5-d&w-tf
I and well ventilated; just the
FOR SALEWill thing for boarding:: house; located in 375
TRACY & SOIER\'ILLE-Carpen- a prosperous growing town. Apply BUYERS AND SELLERSI
I ters and cabinet makers. Screen to W. L. Story, Winter Garden, Fla. buy, sell, rent, and exchange real West Jefferson Street
doors and windows, frames, sleeping 9-30-tfc estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla, successor
I< porches," counters, shelving, showcases over 30 years. Have handled over
refrigerators; alterations and $:j0 REWARD 20000000. Call and see me.
offer for sale for a few days I additions. We keep a number of I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Hand Wood CompanyWood
'skilled' ir>rkmen constantly on hand.
For return of Ford stolen Saturday
car -I
the Orange Avenue 118 East Church street. 10171mo'LAWN night in front of Yancey's meat NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par-
property corner son Browns, and tangerines; rough of All Kinds
market. Engine No. 0244278. License -
I stock from
Streets MOWERS sharpened and No. 11,937!:! county 61.: 1915 lemon sour and grapefruit for sale PROMPT SERVICE
Jackson and Boone known Hammock Nursery
as Bassenger
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and model. Ed Hastings. 10-19-Ct
Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc :cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, RIM"tsoN"tn, $ PJilCEo

the skating rink property, for $26,000. When in need of a veterinary call Fla, Route 2. -:D-23-lmoc-

on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla. Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by

$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year Fish and oysters received daily.II. 'S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring - -
M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc FOR RENT-Two or four furnished Lake Dairy. I'hone orders to J. B.
and interest at six cent. t rooms for light house'eeping. No. Magruder, number 583-R. Pansy Plants, Rose
per NOTICE 10 North Garland street. Call in the 1-9-30-lmoc
afternoon. 10-15-6t Bushes Petunia
Notice is hereby given that Mac YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has in- ,
Tallman has severed all connection FOR RENT-By the season, month, stalled an outside service depart- PlantsLeave
with the Grand and Lucerne theatres. or year, one upstairs flat for light ment and is prepared to give you
(Signed) GRAND AMUSEMENT, housekeeping; also other rooms, and prompt attention. We have a compe-
C.A.HOVEYi COMPANY, garage, electric lights and bath in tent man who will fit keys, repair
10-16-tfc By B. Beacham Jr. house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. your trunk, or do anything in the repair your orders here
9-10-tfc line. lIe is ready to go at your
i Delivered every day-Elder Spring call now. Just phone 301.
Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; three 9-12-lmoc
Company, Rock building. 1-10-16-tfc blocks from Central and Orange Violet Dell Florist.
avenues. Reasonable. P. O. Box 456, TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
: SKATING RINK city. 10-16-6t repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired .
; anything in the repair line is
Until further notice ladies admittedfree Call at V. Baylarian's and see the our line. Just phone 304, Young's J. II. CARUTHERS

a Sentinel Want Ad[ 1.10-13-tfc at night, except special occasions. new 1-10-12-6tc clothes pressing machine. at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9-12-lmoc will call Plum 509. 408 Sooth Lab pf



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1',1111,1111111.1111111.11.111111.11.1.' --

Mrs. M. C. Watson, one of Ocoee's
estimable ladies, spent yesterday in
Orlando visiting relatives and friends.

Travel in Panama Mr. D. McKinnon, one of WinterGarden's 4.
prominent and substantial
nd everywhere on American territory, U slmpIHUd by MA.BJl.M citizens, looked after business matters
Caeques. They are much safer to carry than ash{ and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would in Orlando yesterday.Give .
often be refuMd, for want of proper Identification. TheM cheque The Alliesof
are .lf-Utnttfying... We recommend them to all who travel for Jones, the bar man, your orders
toalneaa 1. or pUaaur for seeds and
drugs, from McEl-:
The State Bank of Orlando roy's i'harmucy. I.10-::0.3tc.

Mr. G. M.\ Holden, commercial representative this institution are
of the A. It. & A. railway,
with headquarters in Tampa was in
Orlando yesterday In the interest of
his road. Courtesy to everyone;

f Mr. T. J. Miner\ of Ocoee, one of Liberality to worthy customers;
.S ; \ rJ the substantial citizens of west Or-
i ange, was in the city yesterday trans- Loyalty to Community Wellfare;
acting business and
mingling with
friends. Efficiency in every department;

Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof Stability assured by Govern-
Paint will stop leaks. Now is the
time to use it. 1-10-15-tfc ment Supervision.and .

Miss Virginia Allison, one of Or-
lando's popular and efficient trained
)p s a nurses, left last evening for Kissim- these!! are increasing with., [firresistablc
mee, where she will spend several
weeks. force the business of

= .- "
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tfc ---

Mr. J. S. Thornton, the popular rep.
resentative of the S. I' Richards company -

well Atlanta known business Ga., was transactors among hte The ;Peoples National Bank

c > spending yesterday in Orlando.
M .Enlist with us!
How much did you save last month:
t In cast: or Havings' Checks t MiMf:

I HUPMOBILE"Where I Mr. and Mrs.-A. L. Mentis And con
taltttml: are expected to arrive In Or.antb .
tills evening after having spent
it meat", pleasant summer! in Minneap' *
there'slife -

there's Get your\ next shave at the StAnd. .. ..11..1..1" .. _
18.:21.tfMr. -- = =
Hupp"a 'MMMMMMMMMMMM+ +*'r4... 't..nf..t..t1++N M.+. ....MMMIMMIMMt'
.. C. M. liallett, who has lJeen.pending
several) months in the North
nd East, dividing her time uetwt n
New York and ll uton, returned home
lust t'v"-'ing over the Coast Line.
How About Your FORD MotorWe !

Ride Hamrick's jitney bun, 64:.

Miss Winnie Hodgman, a former
popular and efficient nurse of this will rebore Ford Cylinders, furnish and fit
I city, but how residing at Auburndnle,
In folk county, was numbered among oversize '
new pistons piston pins piston rings and
" e the visitor to Orlando yesterday.Depoelt ,

your-.Snvlrtu* Checks. And piston pin bushings grind valves and make motor
let them ettrn 4 .per' rent Interest for'
/ou. 8.12-t, like new for $25. If you have an old Ford motor

Mr. and Mr*. Letter Ilohlnon, who
have been visiting relatives and using too much oil or losing power we can fix it.
friends on South Lake, street, left
"New Ford Home"About yesterday afternoon for Tampa where
they will sail on the P. & O. Line
boat for Havana, Cuba.

October 20th I expect to move into
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.. San Garage Company | |
my new building on South Orange Are. 18-21-tf

I will carry a complete line of everything Mr. W. II. Lathrop, of Bradentown,
grand master of the order of Odd Orlando
needed by "Ford Owners. -Daytona
Fellows, who arrived in Orlando Monday
afternoon to attend the district '
TORD SERVICE FOR FORD OWNERS"F. meeting left yesterday for other

parts of the state.

G. RUSHJEWELRY .111..11111..'111111111.1111..1..llltllllll l.II. MtOMK.
Bulbs Italian rye, nasturtium, and
garden seeds, fresh at McElroy'sPharmacy.
l-10-20-3t .1..1111111111111111111111111..11111111111.111111111111111 11111111111I

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hillman, who
have been spending the summer at Who Will Be Your Executor?
Ridgewood, N. J., returned to Orlando
on the early train this morning and
are again occupying their home, 400 ANSWER NO. 2
Magnolia avenue.
-- - -- -- - Your estate may be materially impaired as a I

.... .. ..... ..11111111111111111111111111111111111... Drink Elder Spring Water. See or direct result of the appointment of an executor-
phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock or trustee. tom' +
building. 1-10-16-tfc When an individual is appointed-:

Mr. J. P. Holbrook left yesterday The financial responsibility! is generally weaker.

afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine It is usually provided in wills that the person ht t
for Jacksonville where he is en nominated to serve! as executor shall be excused ;
deavoring to get another shipment of from giving bonds. ;
Hupmobilcs for prospective! custom! *
era in Orange county. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense
of the estate, and then only partial secUrity f
Deposit your Savings Checks and I against Iou !is provided.
I let them earn 4 per cart interest for When a Trust Company is selected:
The character nml quality of Evans Jewelry I is oftenthe you. 8-12-U 1 1Pr. _
subject of comment with newcomers to this store. The positive advantage of strong financial: l responsibility ,._
They ulso remark the completeness of assortments and J. F. :McKinnon Orlando,and I is secured.A .

the helpfulness, of our store people. You will like to shop Kv S. L. l.nthunRn.1 )lr. C. H. Til- bond which has behind it the entire financial.
at Kvnna: have den, left yesterday afternoon over the strength of the Institution U always filed with !
once purchnshero..
you Coast Line for Lakeland to attend a the Probate Court ,* en r<"t to the ..t.t,. '
meeting of the St. Johns presbytery _ __ .
which convened In that city last evening Answer No 3 will appear in a subsequent Issue _
and will continue for several day*. of this newspaper _

Mr. S. E lees, Sr.. was appointed to y '
represent the Orlando church, but was Come In any time and freely ask for further
prevented from going at the last mo information on this vitally Important subject j-e

T.D.EVANSJE ment. You are always welcome, and our officeare always .
.glad to advise.
How much did you save last month
In cash or Saving. Checks 8-12-tf 1

Doctors--- - The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

BuekniiisliTOSTEOPATHS l S 1 llraIhii! ( !(I Orlando, Florida

Personal Instruction under Dr. Sill Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
at Kirkivllle, Mo.
_---- all... ---- --.......... .. . ... .... 132 8. Orange Ave., above PHlrt..

National Dank. Phone 878. M'II'II'IIII"'IIIIII'II"III"'I" '" 'I.'I'III'1'1'1"11'111'1'11'1111.

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