Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00540
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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 21, 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: VID00540
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
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Orange County Pioneer Asso- a special meeting of the Board
CHINE GUNS AND RIFLES ciation will be called to order this ZEAL FOR CAUSE of County Commissioners yesterday TO INCREASE NAVY
London Oct. 20.Turkish troops, morning at 10 o'clock at the Fair afternoon when recent flood prob-
with ttrong artillery support are STOP ADVANCE Grounds by Capt. B.1.. Robinson, I THAN EVER lems and the damage incident to Or- PROPORTIONATELY
moving, along the Greeco-Bulgarian I president of the association. Pioneers 1 ange county highways was discussed
frontieV toward Serbia, according to from Lake, Osceola and Seminole it was decided that a temporary wood

a dispatch from Saloniki. It is reported PRIME MINISTER HAS PROVED counties, at one time in Orange county THE BIG "ANTI" MAJORITY GROWS I bridge will be constructed over the SOME VERY AMAZING DISClOSURES
of Dedea-
also that a have been urged to attend. Pro- I break in Maitland-Orlando:: grouted -
gatch, the Bulgarian port on the Ae- visions have been made for at least highway just within the limits of -
gean : is about to commence. An 100 men and women. Maitland.The i
officia.ta. issued from Sofia Asquith's Illness Has Calmed The morning session will be devoted Majority Against Women More temporary bridge will allow I By 1923 P. S. Will Have 33: ,
today the occupation of to informal reminiscences and traffic to be resumed and it is plannedthat
Radovftch, which is about half way Down Politics in Britain anecdotes concerning the olden days. Than 50,000-Wilson's a large concrete and steel bridge England 80, and Germany 33,

between Strumitz and Istip, which Following Carson's At noon a basket lunch will be indulged Own Precinct Voted will be constructed in the very near First Line
latter glace is also in the hands of the in and following that there future under the wood bridge. This Dreadnoughts;

Bulgarians.A Resignation may be a short afternoon session. :Nay will adequately take care of all heavy Other Details
Berlin dispatch says the occupa- Interested men and women are urgedto I I rains in the future. Other damage to
tion ofi Knishevatz by the Bulgariansis come to the meeting and help makeit the county roads was slight, and
imn- nent. Knishevatz is about 30 London Oct. 20.The press bureau a success. Jersey City, X. J.. Oct. 20.-The big the repairs will be made at Washington, Oct. 20.-Confidential
miles ijorth of Nish. It was fn the tonight issued the following report majority which New Jersey rolled up once.necessary reports received by the departmentreveal
directicn of Knishevatz that the Bulgarians from Sir John French: against woman suffrage grew today that England and Germany
made their first invasion of "The enemy's attack yesterday was LAKE MOIIONK I"nI.CO"FEU- with the steady dribble of belated re- anticipated the increase proposed by
Serbia 10ctober 12 when they struck made against our front from the ENCE OPENS turns.; Figures still incomplete pre- SOIL SURVEY ORDERED President Wilson's new plan of naval
Garb Cjiriboghaz:; in an effort to reach quarries at Hulluch and after a heavy saged a verdict against "votes for preparedness. It was also learned
the Xi l'i-IIoumania railroad. bombardment of our trenches the hos- Lake :Mohonk, N. Y., Oct. 20.Letthe women" of not less than 55,000 ma- Washington, D. C.-Senator Fletcher that the figures made public by Sec-
Notwithstanding that all reportsindicate tile infantry attempted to attack Indian know more about himself. jority out of approximately 350,000 has just been assured, following a retary Daniels yesterday are only a
the occupation of Vranja by across the open ground."It This was the proposal made here to- votes cast yesterday's special elec- conference with Assistant Secretaryof part of the general scheme for a
the Bulgarians and that the Nish-Sa- was completely stopped by our day by John M. Oskison, of New tion. Of the 21 counties, apparentlyonly Agriculture Vrooman, that a soil greater navy.
loniki railroad has been reached by combined artillery, machine guns and York, a magazine writer, before the the fisher folk of Ocean honoredthe survey of Hillsborough county, Fla., Here is a summary of the information
the invaders, the Serbian delegationat rifle fire. This was followed by a Conference on the Indians and Other women with a majority, and in will Iw started V'is winter. Mr. Vroo- :
Lomfem tonight issued this state- number of bomb attacks in the neigh- Dependent Peoples. that rather sparsely settled county man hopes to have, the work begin First-It is estimated that by 1923
ment: I borhood of Hohenzellern redoubts and .:\Ir. Oskison said: suffrage triumphed by a scant 200 soon after November 1. Four men Great Britain will have eighty dread-
"The Serbians still are resisting the Fosse No. 8, all of which were repulsed "One item of the platform of the votes. will be assigned to the job and if noughts of the first class; the United
enemy r-n both fronts. It is not true The enemy's losses were very Society of American Indians is em- Notwithstanding the tremendous weather conditions are favorable as States 33, and Germany at least 33.
that tit Bulgarians have occupied severe. bodied in this section: majority against suffrage, women it is likely they will be, will be ableto Second-The maximum size of the
Vranja and it is not true that the rail- 'The present confusion of reserva- workers for the cause said today that keep continuously at the work dur- warships of the future will be 40,000
road ha! been cut. The Bulgarians Premier Is Better tion Indians as to their legal rights is far from being dismayed they were ing the winter. tons displacement, with a speed of SO
occupy p: position commanding the London, Oct. 20.The condition of due very largely to their lack of essential -I fired with greater zeal than ever. Be- knots.
railroad ot the Serbian capital, which Premier Asquith, who was suddenly information. They have no fore the last of their heavy-eyed MOVED TO NEW HOME Third-Congress is to be asked for
Nish Priz- taken ill yesterday was described by easy means of knowing what their of with
has bee| moved from to watchers had filed her dishearteningstory an appropriation $16,000,000
rand iul: the west, and close to theAlbaniaif his physicians at noon today as satis- tribal claims are or the letter of the plans were already under way Miss Alice Whitman and mother, which to begin the construction of a
border. Austro German and factory. The following bulletin was laws" and rulings governing them. to stir the state with a campaign Mrs. T. C. Whitman, yesterday moved government: owned plant for the manufacture -
t_ Bulgarian advances are reported I given out: 'This information should be com- which if successful, would give women to their pretty new home which was of armor plate and projec-
from alk fronts today. The advanceof "The prime minister passed a satis- monly available, as also should be a the vote in selecting presidential completed the first of the week. It tiles. .
the i iivading Teutons in the ..northis factory night. His condition is im report of the income and disbursements electors next spring. is a modern structure with all con- Fourth-The recent war games
preceding.SHOWING proved. He will be confined to his of the tribe through rents, leas- Two weeks yet remain before the veniences, and is located on Jackson show that the American destroyersare
room all day." ings, or trust funds. general election at which will be between Osceola and East streets, in not successful as scout ships.
Premier Asquith's illness has had 'To bring the Indians to the posi- elected the entire membership of the a very rapidly developing section of The navy experts say that Englandis
AUTUMN F.SIIlOSSTO"IGIIT the effect of producing a greater air tion of enlightened citizenship:; the lower house of the legislature and the city. planning battleship construction on
IYowel of calm in political circles than would Indians must know the details that one-third of the senate. By pledginga the theory that in the future she must
1 the otherwise have attended the resignation ; affect their progress to this point. majority of the candidates to give CHARGED WITH STEALING have as many ships of the first line as
Duckworth Company,
"We therefore call the Inte-
of Attorney General Sir Edward upon them the ballot in voting for presidential the United States and Germany com-
Storl will tonight, from 8 to 10 through the Bureauof
Big Carson, and from present appear- Department, electors, it was believed that bined. No matter what the
fashions Jim Harris;, a youthful negro boy,
resent autumn on Affairs
'o'clock Indian to of
ances there will be no more resigna- prepare a the adoption the legislature of a this be, it is believed
Garden. by is in jail charged with stealing a country may
models at the Roof booklets of the
living simplet giving digests
tions from the cabinet.
resolution to this effect could be se horse belonging to C. L. Lovelace., that Great Britain will meet it withan
There will be music. The event laws governing reservations, and to
cured. increased proportion of new dread-
attract large audience of women. the of each
a publish special rulings
at well M men. The buying staff has of CHOLERA GRIPS G AUSTRIAWashington agency.' in The yesterday's anti-suffragists result a profess settlement to see for noughts.The details obtained show unofficially -
the Yow ll-Duckworth company This is the thirty-third Lake Mo- W. C. TEMPLE OPTIMISTIC that
. spared no efforts in bringing to Orlando honk Conference. It opened today years to come of the agitation for these; ships of 40,000 tons
New woman suffrage in New Jersey. Under displacement will t t.e 750 feet long
the latest styles from the of
under Samuel A.
presidency the state constitution a suffrage 100 feet beam, and draw not less than
York fa shows.. Read the full Eliot of the United States !board of
.1ion Oct. 20.-Reports to
amendment can not be again placed Mayor Temple of Winter Park, in 35 feet.
t page advertisement on page 3. the public health service state that (Indian commissioners and promises before the electorate for five years. commenting yesterday upon his tripto Their main battery will consist of
to be of interest because of
of cholera in peculiar
there were 2,128 cases The two to one vote and more eighteen 14 inch guns' as
.VPELJNS. : ) FIGHT SUBMAIIINESAmsterdam Austria during the week of August 7, the participation of many experts in against/ suffrage/ in President Wilson'sown Plant City where he addressed the with ten 15 inch guns: on the Queen
with deaths of which 2,031ca ,1 Indian Philippine and Porto Rican delegates who assembled. there
D45 (! precinct in Princeton was no surprise on Elizabeth, the last word in British
via London, Oct. 20.- and 0-40 deaths occurred among the affairs. to suffrage leaders who long before Wednesday to form a Hillsboro cot+n- construction, and having a speed of
Zeppelins are being used by Germanyfor ; civil population and the most of the had conceded Princeton to their ty board of trade raid that Plant only 25 knots.
the defense of commerce against' rest in prison camps. In Hungary ALWAYS. BOOSTING ORLANDO opponents. .
attacks by British and Russian: submarines during. the name week there were 5d.> City, with about one-half the popula REV. LAWLER: HAS
according to a dispatch from cases' with 312 deaths of which nil)) Mr. S. y Way a prominent insurance BOYS TAKE NOTICEAll tion of Orlando, is getting ready to RECOVEREDRev.
Berlin. It is stated that the steamer but five deaths occurred in the civilpopulation. man of Orlando n guest last' develop into one of the livest' townsof S. W. Lawler--- of the
l'ruI'II'III1I0un.1 night at the Bay View, declares that the state. "Plant City," like Win- pastor
Scotia, of Stettin ' l 110)11h'l'en 12 and) IS who Methodist' church of Kinsimmee and
During the week of August 25 there the is ter Park," he said, "is one of the old
from Sweden to Stettin with a cargo Orange county capital very Are looking for n good time as wellas a former presiding' elder of this dis-
of was pursued by u submarine were it!11 canes of cholera and -11 hopeful of receiving n large! tourist!'! towns that is just awakening from u
ores for something that will be of great trict. who was operated at local
/ on a
Off Bornholm. In reply to wireless deaths in Germany, mostly among delegation! this full. Preparations for : benefit to them, please \Ioe on hand! at WI''nn Winkle sleep and will makeherself sanitarium for appendicitis about two
calls for assistance! ' n /eppelin suddenly prisoners of war. the Orange! county fair are going for. the tonight, Thursday, at 7 a prominent place on the map. weeks has recoveredas
Armory sufficiently
appeared whereupon the sub. Typhus also has broken out in Aus ward! rapidly, he declares.-Tampa o'clock. "The Hillsboro county board of to enable ago him to return to his homeyesterday
/narfne submerged and dil'lllpl'earl.I tria. From June IS to August! 7 there Tribune. trade was organized! night before last afternoon
were :3,<>U country. No rcjiort of the number of Tur.TO PLAY FLORIDA RECENT BUILDING PERMITS. president Mr. :'IIi11ert is the kind of
deaths was recl'l"' ''!. man to I be at the head of n movementof
GERMANS CAN'T ESCAPE New Orleans Oct :20.;! -Athletic authorities Frank Oxl.ornc, 1 room honor, $."00.D. thin knid. SAMPLES ARE IMMATURE
,1UTlT.1NII.1.kEII') : I'l1 ROADS( of Tulane University! announced It. Calltthan addition, $100.Samuel \ "We now hope that Lake Seminole
By reason of two conflicting statutes last night that the Tulane llrice. 'bungalow, $1.200. and Oxcvol.i will speedily follow the
0... 20. Assistant football)) will the University C W. Goodrlch. residence, L. U.r..na of their sister of Or
Washington -- ' the question has been rained as team |lay example county t Special\" I to the Sentinel)
of the Navy Roosevelt made of 1"1r.I.leHn\ at Gainesville : contractor $::1:1I\f< 0. and that Polk Pinella, Maria: '
Secretary in whether there would Ite any moneyIn : ". tinge Tallahassee. Flu, Oct. :. It plain thin afternoon that there will the Mute treasury to. maintain" and on November I IS. Julian Domerlck. hound $. M. let. DeSoto, and Let will follow in Citrus tIrttWBpaf: Inr, irinntlAn trem
b. no more escapes of officers or men pay the expense"' of the Mate road de the footsteps, of Ilillslxiro. With then th'i: -i. Bureau i .;( ChemlMtry; hit*
from the two German" interned ships I'uttm.l'rll'I ,at the Norfolk navy yard. , t the member of which were ap officered the success of the South ears of grapefruit have .been Mimpletl
"Orders were Untied to the commandant few tiny ago by. Govrrnur1'rlllntllelt. A game betweenthe Orlando high For Florida' : I Loral rain today, Florida Chamber of Commerce will ben to date October 10 nt Florida gateway
of tho navy yard today to school football team and\ the Sanford except fair in northwest portion: gem foreign, conclusion, a* there organ. *. Ten of then samples have
take drnntU measure to prevent\ fu.'tur It U provided by one statute that high school team is scheduled for today tlo to moderate east wind, except Uatloni will Make nucleus around been I analyzed by the U. K, Bureau of
diaappearnace*," said Roosevelt the expenne of the department. shall : at Sanford. north over northwest portion. which will speedily group the remaining Chemistry. Nine of these samples
.-."and all leave* of alienee! have !been l I.u taken care of by 15 per cent of counties of South Florida. were found immature and below
;tanH'1I1'.ulll! shore liberty I III now de-I the amount of all county license on "Personally I can not express too standard:'
3 nIM," automobile and other motor ,Irin.n'hlcll'lI "March Of Progress Too Much highly my appreciation of the courte- R. E. ROSE, State Chemist aSTtll'
I A force of marines will IHJ stai \\ paid into the state treasuryby ous treatment accorded me by the
| tloned around the Kron Prinz Wil- the various counties Another people of Plant City as a private citIzen -
helm and i Prmz Eitel: Friedrich. and statute passed. by the same legislature For William II Of Potsdam" and in addition to my official position THIEF:
that portion of government dock provides that money derived) as president of the South Flor-
occupied by these ship will l I.e closely from the payment of such licenses ida Chamber of Commerce." Do you wish to foil the thieves who
guarded. shall be paid) into the road and bridge -- are stealing) Fords at a rate of onea
week in Orlando? F. G. Rush in
fug.ds of the separate counties. New Haven, Conn., Oct. :20.-"The of what is grimly called 'civilized FRUIT MAY, NOT MOVE UNTIL a'-eat advertisement on the last ,
HAS CONTRACT FOR GOODRICH: march of progress was too much for I warfare.' There has come an awful :NOVEMBER 10 of today's Sentinel, tells how page
RESIDENCEJ. HAS 1'1.TO END STRIFE Philip II. of Spain. It was too much !I r denial of the dictates of our common i be Read your
Washington, Oct. 20.-Dr. David for Napoleon of Corsica. And. please I ihumanityi All this, done under offiI A talk with the local citrus fruit car vertisement may and protected. the ad-
see what he has to
L. Long has been awarded the Starr Jordan president of Leland God it will be too much for WilliamII. I I cial sanction with the hearty approval buyers and brokers today disclosed offer.
contract for the new Goodrich resi- Stanford University, California, at a of Potsdam." I of the public press, and with an amazing :;- that most of them are of the opinion
dence which will be an attractive addition conference with the president on November In these words Dean Charles R. amount of popular acclaim, has that there will he no oranges or
to the City of Homes. 12 will urge that a conferenceof Brown, of the Yale University School' witnessed; to the utter decay of a grapefruit moved from the Plant City + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
neutrals be called to end the Euro- of Religion, tonight attacked the Ger- I great national soul." section until after the first of Novem. + +
p pean war. lie will present a resolu- man emperor before the National Later on in his address Mr. Browns ber, and probably not before the 10th. + SUFFRAGE SPEAKER FRACTURES +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + tion recently amended by the Inter- Council of Congregational Churches, d: I This will put the opening of the ship- + HER JAW; HOW, +
; + national Peace Conference in San from which he is retiring as moderator. -I "We are gradually recovering from I Ding; season nearly a month later than + NOT STATED +
.* SENTINEL Al). GETS ORDER + Francisco, in which the United Statesis At severs other points in the ,I that almost idolatrous reverence for has been the custom in the past ands + +
,*. FROM ILLINOIS + urged to take the initial step. course of his address he strongly: con- |' :i certain type of German scholarship ; due to the new federal inspection + Washington, Oct. 20.-Miss +
----- 4. demned the German people. i which has been an incubus upon our 'law, together with the continued + Isabel :\Iott.\ has broken her jaw- +
i. Mr. J. :M.: Caruthers proprietor + LETTER BOX INVENTOR DEAD He said, in part: | church life. We have had foisteJ *arm weather, which has caused the + bone and will be unable to con- +
i. of the Violet Dell Floral + Washington, Oct. 20.-Williard I). "We are met at a great crisis in i unon-us in the past a mass of destructive fruit to continue to grow and not + tinue her suffrage speech making +
.. Gradens received an order yesterday + Doremus the inventor of the letterboxes the moral history of the race. The Biblical criticism and of sweeten sufficiently to pass the acid + it was announced today at +
iF+. from Elgin. Ill. for a lot + seen on every street in every spiritual forces of that European civ- strained religious interpretation, tests. + headquarters of the Congres- +
,. of his choicest flowers. The par- + city of the United States, including ilization to which we owe so much stamped with this haHmarkIade:: The local packing houses are in + sional Union for Woman Suf- +
',. ty ordering the flowers read the + Orlando did suddenly of heart disease seem for the hour to have broken I in Germany.' The phrase was well readiness to handle fruit as soon as + frage. :Miss: :Mott is in chargeof +
'k..!ad. in the Sentinel and enclosed + today while visiting the patent office. down. Great nations have referredto chosen. The cold, technical erudition it can pass the tests, but both packers + the union's work in Columbus +
t. it in.the letter with the order. + lie was a native of Seneca, N. Y. their treaty obligations as mere :: did not grow among the hills of Gal and growers are inclined to wait + Ohio. It was not statetd +
o. This is just another of the many + scraps of paper to be tossed aside for ilee or in those modern lands which until they feel reasonably sure their + how she suffered this accident. +
t. incidents that the Sentinel is a + Latest music latest books, finest the sake of some immediate have shown the largest measure and fruit will pass the federal tests rather + Miss Mott's home is in New +
.. widely read newspaper. + stationery, Columbia records latest tage. Policies have been advan-j I the finest quality of spiritual devo- than pick it and run the chance of + York. +
+ magazines. Curtis & O'Xea.l. book which show an insolent tion. It was indeed 'Made in Ger. having it confiscated for being too + +
:,* + + + + + + + + + + + + + + store. inter:; tional l law and for the usages many." green to ship.-Plant City Courier. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +



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T I HIXKV: SIT.NT AT JIOMi"':: I Mr. Jan,.. M I. lUleltfh, of Orlando t T .
: .\1.1. llUMi: I'KOl'I.K.: ) : I.i among recent arrival in the city ,
South In today' :Sentinel will! be found registering at the Hiverview, where
lie advertisement! of quite a number he will make his headquarter duringan I r
*. HI GLENN f Orlando's leading merchants whoppreciute indefinite stay while attending to
-W. C.- IIIN( your patronage.! This pa. property interests in and adjacent to ITALIAN RYE
Mm.ICllt..s u Swnj at lk er has for years advocated buying at Fort lIyers.Press.An .
I IDaU and trading with local mer-
,. 1 rear They are men whom you ad in the morning SentinelJs .
Daily.Dally S I Munth Month. personally will treat you right a safe investment. is one of the quickest growing of Hay Grasses and will furnishan
Daily, 1 Month :: nd the best goods at the
_..kl,. 1 Yaar reasonable you prices. The money excellent pasture during the Fall Winter and Early Spring.We .

f ALL 8UD8c : at at home home and with benefits home merchants everybody are expecting a big shipment of this Grass Seed in a few days.

The dollar sent to $29.15WASHINGTON
the community.
TO he mail order house stays away from Write phone or call to see us with your wants.
OPT '.r and benefits people living inoreign
t a4..rti la. ... tome
.& .* tb. cities. D DI C
to Ik*e.fey....Wm.. far : If we build up Orlando we must ell,
....riaW. u4 atronize home enterprises. The fact
we are building up Orlando andurrounding AND RETURN
dnacd Subscriber should .. territory is proof that DE..A.
the Uto of e are doing this now. Perhaps there .
oBtlaocd at in the South the size of VIA I
not a city
until T..p..notice... N to.. that has grown as Orlando, "The Drug and Seed Man"

: nd every day home merchants areetting Atlantic Coast Line
trade that they formerly did PROPRIETOR
ot get. People throughout this whole
lando.Every day are coming to Orlando beau Standard Railroad of the South CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
se they find here up to date stores
nd the best stocks of goods.
Even though: it may seem email for
now Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th
s to call attention to it, walk down
Ont month o the Coast Line depot upon the arival Extended to No,'. 15th on payment
of the trains! and watch the poor
hunting ttte newsboys who have to hustle for of $1.00

A game living by selling papers!, strive look to Steel! Pullman Electric Light Hide llftttlHck's jitney bus, 6e il18.t8.tf ... .. . ''MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHIIMMHGOLD ..
\ a few pennies!, and then at 1
After he ,
new butcher, who simply l elands! Electric F'nn,. !
n the steps& and the customer neatly
The war nil each other In their efforts to
ever -
to hoped ,uy papers I from him, while the poor FOR SALE : DUST '
little fellows who live here, struggle For Information Call on
it As U a long( a i manfully to dispose of their wares! W. D. WHITE, a T. A. !I Hiw you seen the Gold Dust' Twin' on display our
once Go down there net Sunday morn W. II. O'NKAU C. I'. & T. A. II I window?
top log and see, if there U not something Orlando 0 acres, quarter mile from city, half :
In this story that will appeal 1 to you in bearing budded orange and!
The .
caused large man and make you, or Influence you to grapefruit, 1500. I : VEGETABLESRemember
knowledge' spend your money at home 10 acres "close in," 6 I) acres In young :
i O FIELD'SCHOCOLATE bearing grove; small house $2,000'1: we carry all kinds of Fresh Vegetables.
10 dose in 8 acres extra I
acres ;
What has
toned 11 Poem For The DayLOVE citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking ]':

beefsteak land. 60000. : Pan Cake Flour Maple Syrup
; ;
CO acres all fenced 20 cleared; small :
The grove; 4-room house; good barn : t
"What means the voice of Life?
biles from She answered "I-ovc! and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 :
houses is For love .is life and they who do not TUTI FRUTI <0 acres 15 acres fenced small I -------
ity. love house garage and outbuildings. :
. Are not loves alive. Hut every soul that GUAVAICE The land corners on large spring I WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

The Lives in the heart of God and h'farl CREAMS. lake. Very cheap 1500.
ring circus Him upeuk. 40 acres, unimproved 4 miles out
keep track -Henry Van Dyke. $1,000.

of the big REV. JETER'S SERVICE o MONDAYA AUTO LUNCHES City and Country Our Grocery CompanyTwo

million The \ very successful and interesting A SPECIALTYCLUB Property At War Phones: 3 and 2001
service was conducted by Rev. Jerry
year. Jeter the evangelist, Monday eveningat Time PricesCALL
lightning the Methodist church. A large 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
these facts."Hants"M crowd attended and everybody seemedto SANDWICH 2Se : :

.Along enjoy the service.A OR PHONE

rendous INVESTMENT We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed E. C. YoungRoom
GOOD --- --------- ----- --
used by the
ing said Is one that will yield a guaranteed and Delivered for All 10, McNeill & Davis Block.
by the income for ten years. We handle in- Phone 569.
8 cent Occasions
come investments yielding per
net regularly. Real Estate Bonds Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY
Orlando Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
have money should yield 8 per cent
likely with in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co.10-15-lmc, Orlan- The Eola Packing Company PAID UP

restrictions do. -- I T. A. YANCEY.Jr., Pres and Mgr.
tion.- SpecialtiesCustom ORLANDO FLORIDA
Plants Rose
British Pansy Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '

make the Bushes, Petunia Packers, Modern Equipment, Shippers and Buyers; Cash Florida and Western Meats ,

miliarity postures Plants __ f.o.b. selling; Growers Agents; Personal Attention. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. .

are their Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange Special Attention to Hotel' and Dot of Town OrdersPHONIS
Leave your orders here for harvesting and packing their crops. Business 135 P. O. BOX 226

tree A at boy Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods. I {Residence 133 Cor. Orange Aw. and Church 3t.I .

course this PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .

for jocularly Thorn ..violet Dell Florist. B.Packing RULE,House Mgr. Manager.Patronage J. S. PAGE. Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN, - -

harm Pensacola one J. M. CARUTHERS Respectfully Solicited The :::tMJarket

Phone 509. 408 South Lake 8t OF

lice with Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
city Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh
having WORKS and pure.!
Long LAbl1 S' SESSION AT SKATING JUNK TUBS We intite inspection and gitafantt* satisfaction. have
tin.ete \ DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS LADIES; ONLY everything! in the Meat! Line
labs that I 1:. is Self: S4s Co.

4 + 4'ly = Open 10 ft.m. to 12 m, 2.30: pm to 0 p.m., 7,30: pm to 10.30: p.m I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

410 $ ; All clrtsspa of Concrete t work
4 $ : ( cUme, Concrete t Building, mocks, Cor. South Orange Ave and Jackson St I

+ wt\l : r'Atka< Step, Lawn lien* :
and have!qs\ ; flies, White W'A y Posts, Hose A-MTSSIUN w 10 GENT

.. the)' pat:: : ami Vine Trtlicea fence and! CHALMERS AGENCYNew
+ make Hitching Post Parts Egyptian
++ affairs Vases of every description, MMMMMIMMMMttlliMMMIIIMMMMMIMIIIMREMEMBER !
+ any still and Bird Fountains. Bring your Chalmers 6.-10-7 passenger will arrive about the
+ forged plans and get estimate for con
+ : 20th.
+ often crete work. Call and see our
++ If getting you :: + granite and other natural rock Wheat oats and dry mash that contains a liberal : We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
+ those ,. + faced building blocks. Plans amount of meat scraps are the BEST egg producingfeeds
+ the ++ and estimates made. All work that can be fed to your laying hens.
+ solve + With eggs at 45 cents per dozen you MUST not neglectto
+ that guaranteed.A.
+ make + feed judiciously.See .
+ you ++ that the hens have plenty of exercise keep Venetian i AUTO WASHING\ STATION
++ -turn) + red in .the drinking water and supply a plenty of ,
+ others + green food and the hens WILL lay. They just can'thelp
B. Cook & Co.
++ fled your ( ++ it.The. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

++ ing ideas ++ Christ Building Orlando. : I PHONE 447

)' ++ Co-Operative Produce Co.

+ + + + + Building Materials and Income
; ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ;
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%_ J An imposing Pageant of Styles GIZ"i
You are cordially invited 8 to 10 P. M. Music
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__ In the Store all Day Friday, Oct. 22, 1915

I 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
time for the beautiful fashion Shows in New York, which gave them wonderful
grin .es ideas of what would be the best to buy, thereby getting the last word in styles,
fS'yrf V y--- so we are prepared to show in our Opening the newest of the new. And every
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.

:LVLillin.eryMillinery ::

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
1 f many beautiful models shown will be the Chin-Chin Turban, Talbot, Evelyne Varon and
OPENING f'\SIllO 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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i M I :Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Graves and son, I
of Palmer, Mass.: arrived in Orlando I HouseholdA
WinterParkNews yesterday and will make this city I Days
their permanent home. At present
they are stopping at the Astor House I
and are looking! about for a suitable I
home. Mr. Graves is in the fancy ,
mown)' business and his name is Lively Three Day Sale
nil over the country as an expert .
in this line. He has been a judgeat \
Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe
every poultry show of any consequence -
for the last twenty-five years Commencing Next WednesdayAnd
Town And Rollins College I His !services will undoubtedly be very
(I valuable at the approaching Subtropical -
i :Midwinter Exposition: in February

I as the annual poultry show is Continuing Thru' Friday of Everything

Misses Alice FACULTY Oliver and Katherine The work of TODAY putting down the Appertaining to Home Furnishings
Dickson entertained the public school Boulevarde sidewalk is almost comm
faculty and others, at the home of plettd and if the rain does not inter
Mrs. Noe, on Tuesday evening. rupt the job will be finished by night. H BERRY SHEETS, SLIPS, TOWELS, COMFORTERS.CURTAIN: GOODS, BLANKETS QUILTS,
The guests were Mrs. Kirton. the The paving contractors have been con-
Misses Nannie' and :Mattie May Harris siderably hindered by the bad weather TABLE AND OTHER LINENS, ETC., ETC, '
Alice and Annie Whitner Trof. during the past week or more, but are
Kirton, Messrs. John Harris, Charles nevertheless making good progress. ---- -
Sherman, Aaron Taylor, Victor Williamson The next stretch of walk to be paved

Terry. Ray Trovillion, and Redmond will which be lies the between section of Interlachen Lyman avenue and A complete line of Ford Acces- True economy is being able to buy the things you want, when you want them, at the

One pleasant feature of the even- Chapman avenues. prices you want to pay for them. RIGHT HERE, on these three days is where your opportunity -
contest, in which sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
ing was a "jingle"
comes in to practice economy-prices are low, and assortments complete.
the of i
each given name
another person guest was and a noun with which STATE CLASSES FEDERATION NEXT WEEK OF BIBLE to render satisfaction in all Within the past three months the price.of cottons and linens have advanced from

gles to make were a evidences jingle. Some of cleverness of the jin-and j lines of Automobile Repair 20 to 33: per cent. All of our purchases were made before any advance took place. Our

wit.The first Next state Tuesday federation, at of 2:30 Wesley p. m.,Bible the Work. Vulcanizing Oils and prices are based on these costs. Many of the special nrices we quote are much lower thanwe
guests were paired off for refreshments ,
by being given the names Classes ever held in Florida will as- can buy ourselves to day.
semble at the First Methodist churchin Gasoline and fair and
of Famous Lovers of All Ages on square
and Orlando, said Rev. J. B. Ley, )'e5-
cards, which they matched, then .
adjourned to the dining room where terday.In view of the fact that this is the prices. HUCHABACK TOWELS SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS

cake they and were coffee.served pineapple sherbet, first meeting and called to organize Cotton Huck, special Irish finish, full size,

somewhat such federation problematical, the attendance, but those is very special, exceptional at $1.20 Popular 72x90 -____________________50c

BOY SCOUTS ON HIKE best acquaint with conditions predict dozen for _______________________95c Mohawk, 63x90 ------______________85c
Winter Park troop No. 1 Boy Scoutsof -
America will go no a hike tonight, an attendance of 250 to 400. In Nine YearsWe Cotton Buck, White and colored Mohawk, 72x90 ----________________85c
under direction of Scoutmaster R. E. :I any honored event, Orlando in having has been been chosen distinctly as- borders, regular $1.80 dozen for $1.20 Mohawk, 81x90 ----_______________90cMohawk
Lenfest. The boys will be sev- Hucks 25c. 3ac. 50c. 65c. 7ac.
gone Linen ,
the place of gathering. There will be 81x99 _____________
eral hours and plan to take along I _______95c
around representative men and women from have been in business at the $1.00 and $1.25. Special prices.
their grub and cook supper a every section of the state east of the Mohawk, 90x90 --------__________$1.00Euneida
fire in true pioneer style.The
officers of the troop held acouncil Chattahoochee river and almost every same location, Corner of South TURKISH I 63x90 ----_______________65cEuneida
last to make section of this wide territory will be We carry one of the I largest stocks of
plans for meeting the coming night month's activi- represented.Thus Main and Church Streets. Turkish" towels of any store in the State. 'I' 81x90 __________-________69c

ties. The local band of Scouts are it becomes us to be on out from the manufacturers- i Euneida, 81x90 _____85c
Bought direct ---------------
behavior anatural normal
good ,
wide awake and planning to have Phone 226Orlando'
some fine times in are the near future. dition for Orlandoites, and to confirmin Jobbers eliminated. Prices the lowest. Shamrock, 81x90 ---------_________75c

the minds of ourisitors the good Note these specials: I Demco, 81x90 ---------____________69c
MISS DENISOX TO PLAY AT reputation.we have for courtesy and Our $1.50 lead for ________________$1.20 I Utica 72x90
hospitality.By 95c
SERnCESMiss ----------------------
VESPER of suggestion it is proposedthat & Leading Repair Shop Our $3.00 lead for ________________$2.70 I
Isabel Denison, the gifted and way Pequot, 81x90 ___________$1.10
of ---------
instructor of and pianoat on Wednesday at1 p. m. automobiles and Garage We have a magnificent range fancy
popular Rollins, will take organ part in the be furnished to give the delegates colored Turks in Guest and full size from Sterling, 81x99 -_________________$1.50PILLOW

monthly vesper service which is to be a little outing, and incidentallylet 15c. to $1.00. Our special in these, 35c. or
them something of "City
see our
held at the First Baptist church. Orlando tJ
afternoon. Beautiful. 3 for $1.00.
next Sunday
This will be Miss Denison's first Among the distinguished speakers - JlUCKS-- SLIPS
before an Orlando audi- from beyond the state line Bishop I GUEST LINEN

ence appearance, and the music lovers of the City James Atkins, Dr. J. S. Buller, Dr. J.M. A large variety of plain, fancy and white and col42x36 _____________________lOc to 35c
in store for Way and Miss Elizabeth Kilpat- ored embroidered effects,
Beautiful them if they have attend a treat the services on rick have places on the federation Save 50 CentsThis Special prices 20<., 25c.: 3.:>c, 50e, and 65c.: 45x36, --_-___________121 ,c. to 45c<
this occasion. program. It is understood one or
more Sunday school organizations will
IMPROVEMENT: FOR McDONALD be among the visiting delegates and
PROPERTY the local Methodist Bible school orchestra -
The McDonald property, located opposite will also lend their assistanceto can be done by purchasing -
the club house and golf course, make the meetings attractive.
$5.50 ticket at the Model BLANKETS \ COMFORTERS AND QUILTS
is being improved and beautified under a
the direction of H. A. Ward. The DODGES EN ROUTE TO ORLANDO We have an enviable reputation l The famous "MAISII" make.
entire tract of nearly eight acres will Cafe for $5.00. Thus you save for exceptional values in Over 500 to choose from, all the
be sodded with rye grass and in all Dodge Brothers have wired Phillips will L newest and
probability will be subdivided and Garage .that they had shipped four 10 per cent on all you eat. So it Blankets. This season we = \ patterns colorings.
placed upon the market this winter.CABINET touring cars and one roadster and eclipse ourselves.. We have a i Prices $ : .;) $ .,
-- would duplicate the shipment Saturday follows that the more you eat bigger range, a choicer assort ; ( to $10.00
MEETING OF Y. M. C. A. of this week. ment, and prices absolutely the )s,..... MARSAILLIES QUILTS
YESTERDAYThe the more will save.
officers of the college Y. M. --- -- you very lowest. Choose now when In both the old fashioned hon-

C. A. held a cabinet meeting yesterday These tickets are good for the assortment is at its best. cycomb and satin weaves,

for the purpose of discussing Misdirected Gray and White, full size t : splendid designs.!
for the Student Conference meals 15-cent
25-cent specialsor
plans which I N to he held at Gainesville October !, $1.25: and _$UO i ti' 'j Price 9. t'., $1.25; SlJiO. $3.50,

28, 2'J: :30. A number of dele- EconomyTrying anything from the short order COLORED I'LAIll 1JLAXKKTS; $1.00, $3.50 and $&.'73.
gates from the Rollins organization f + h WHITE DIMITY
The sensation of the hour. To j 1 QUILTS:
will be sent to the conference.
list night.
-day or pee them I Is to own them. Spe t. >t ..II... ".33& full .Ue $1.73,

WATER AS:I ) ; to snvo a few cents by Our oyster are fresh every slarre{ (..t0 to $:J.M, 1- $2.00 $2.SO) and $3.00
TAKE: :NOTICE; mvlnj your work handled by Interior .
Woolnnp Ittnnkettf $1.0rt roiouin/) ( : DIMITV QUII.TH
It would be well for the delinquentfortMUtnerg
hands. titty. and U./jI/ l) o '
of water and Unlit trt nettle :uua::===:===== Full Up, plain, $l.73j; Scot
I h"lrtIIIN\ nt once, thus avoiding I the Your personal Influence Is AllV shutting off, of KHIIIP for iionqmymrnt.f greatly enhanced when you are to .,.:,.,:......,.,.,*10.0f $::.DU
'I.I1U. clad In Immaculate linen
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MU Isabel Goodhue will lecture at Laundry t"
Know leu hall Rollins College, on The Model Cafe Cotton Huck __________7c., 8c., lOc 15c, and 20c CRETONNES DENIMS FjC,

Thursday at :2:15 p, m., on Birds and FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Linen Crash, regular 12 Vic. for _____.....__lOc
Bird Song Miss Goodhue whistles LAUNDERERS Check Dish Toweling ______12%c., 15c., 18. 20c, Our Fall range is absolutely complete with all

imitations accurate of bird and songs entertaining in a marvel man PHONE 88 PURE LINEN HUCK Irish, 15 to 22 inches, 45c., the new combination colorings and designs. Ex
ner. The public is invited to attend.AT I 50c., 59c.!) and 65c.TABLE. ceptional good values at these prices.
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CLOVERLEAF SATURi.1YEVENING 15c., 2ic.: 29c. 33c: 40c. and 43c.:

The annual initiation of the new
college girls will be held Saturday Hats and Men's Furnishings word to the vise. Thanksgiving Day will soon

evening, and a jolly time is antici- be with us. On that day of days every house- EXTRA SPECIAL IN SLIPS
pated by all. The program is not wife will strive to make her table look more at-
for as yet, but the
open indications publication are that there will be tractive than ever, and table linen wil be chief Shamrock Make, 45x38', 35c. pair, worth t

loads of fun and a general good time. means to that end. Avail yourself then of the 50 cents.

..sale have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles exceptional values we are offering for three days.

DR. HOTARD I MOVES: TO NEWOFFICE ahd shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes OUR SPECIAL LINE in pure Irish Linen, grass

Dr. H. F. Hotar.l, Winter Park's and Men's Furnishings. bleached, 72 inches wide, $1.50 value for $1.15In
popular young physician has moved an excepetionally range of designs, napkins to
from the rear of the Winter Park match many of the patterns. CURTAINS ANR CURTAIN SCRIMSThe

Pharmacy and is now located in his Other prices 63c.: 73c.:; $1.00, $1.73: $2.00 and $2.50:;
attractive office rooms in the new business we do in this section of the store la
Schultz building. NAPKINS to match many of the patterns at
W. H. SCHULTZAt special prices also. almost a wholesale one, the reason is plain-

SCHOOL AID ASSOCIATION: right prices-test us during the Kale, we'll surprise
Winter Turk School Aid Association the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. DOMESTICS: you.NOTTINGHAM.
will meet at the public school
SHEETING: C-l, 0-4] 7-4, 84.
building Friday afternoon, at two '
Winter Park I LACE: CURTAINS, White and
o'clock. Trof. Kit-ton will address' the FloridaMMMMHMMMeMMMMMMMIMMIIMMMMMMM bleached lc" 20c., 20c.. 32c.: C
inert ing and u largo attendance is ex Unbleached, 18c., 20c. ecru. Special prices:

pected. TICKINGS Feather and Mattress,
-- SJ.iIt< $2.00 $2.50, U.io, 1.00 and $:i.00
MOVING WAREHOUSES: Trices 10c., 12:=! lc., 15c., 18(., :Oc. and 25c: ,
The work of moving the warehousesof PILLOW TUBING, 42 inches and 45 inches. Bordered II. S. Etamlnc, white and ecrue,

l'I W. Shepherd, preparatory to | Prices 18c to 20 c. Vie value for
making! the fifty foot addition) to the STRIPES colors lOfte
yesterday Itaetwiler morning.packing! house, was begun Winter Park Auto Co. ; Prices 20c., 25c., and 30c. Plain and II. S. Marquisette, white and ecru,

CANVAS DUCK, 8 oz., 10 oz., 12 oz. 25c. value for 19c
ANOTHER l.oT SALR Prices 15c., 22c, and 25c.
F. J. Hunter has just purchased lot
21. block 22. from II. A. Ward, and it
is understood that he plans to erect a
handsome residence upon the prop- BUICK and FORD CARS .

erty immediately. t
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Several of the college men have and
Repairing Painting Auto
t been invited to attend a "five hun- Dickson-Ives Co
dred" party at the Shafer home on
Lake Maitland this evening. SuppliesOPEN


, Bishop. Litch Cameron that he will Mann be has in notifiedDr. Winter 1I0rla dots Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.

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H. C. Luff, of Windermere, was in
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I SOCIETY CALENDAR: day to her home, 510 Magnolia ave Reliance. "The Showdown."
nue. Reliance. "The Availing Prayer."
Thursday October 21. + Keystone. "Fatty's Plucky Pup,"
Orlando Gun Club shoot Country Mrs. D. C. Thompson, who has been in two parts. This is a Keystone. =
1 Club, afternoon. spending the summer very delightfully Xuff sed. '
Rosalind Club, afternoon. at mountain resorts in North Car- Five cents to all.LUCERNE .
- olina and Tennessee, and is now in rIf
STATE GOLF TOURNAMENT AT Suffolk, Va., where she will make a ---- -- ,
visit before returning to her home on PHARMACY
T.1U'DEC.. 8 TO 11
Lucerne Circle.
Tampa, Fla.-AM resident golfersof + Soda Fountain Service [

i Florida are invited to particpatein The Sewing Club will meet this afternoon The Lucerne Pharmacy has secured
q STEW/ACT the amateur golf championship at 3:30 o'clock with Miss the services of :Mr. Herbert L. Brooks 3li W wr
w utNNG SIGNAL tournament to be played here Decem- Susie Magruder, at her home, 613 direct from the Jacobs Pharmacy. At-
ber 8-11. Plans were completed for North Orange avenue. lanta, and Mr. C. S. Johnson, of the
the first annual state tournament yesterday + Cotter Drug company, Tampa, who o tU
by the greens committee of Mrs. J. Fred Harris, of Braden- are expert soda fountain dispensers. J We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have
the Tampa Automobile and Golf club, town the Manatee river is The Lucerne will cater to the wantsof
on spend- hundreds of these pretty links to select from, the price is
and will be sent out shortly to all the ii..; a few days in Orlando on a shopping ye thirsty ones and will serveeverything
golf clubs of Florida. Much inters and is the of you may call for in fancy
expedition guest
only 25c. including engraving and they are popular.
has been taken in the approaching :\1 rs. Clarence Brown at her home on drinks and creams. New tables will
tournament by players in various :North Orange avenue. soon be installed and everything add-
cities who have ritten the Tampa + ed for convenience. Specials each
club for information concerning the MRS. PEELMAN TO DELIVER AX day will be announced on bulletin
play tavl the dates, and to inuicute ADDRESS board from the lobby. Many notice ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
their intention of entering.; able improvements have been made '1 ,
Cup and medals will be offered Mrs 11. C. reel of Jacksonville on the interior of the tore.,
not only for the finalists in the cham- state secretary of the Baptist! Wo- 11021ltcHEATH Ib d]
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i pion!'hip flights but for consolation nun's Work of Florida, will arrive in = 01:1. ,
flights for those who do not ijualifv.T"hr Otlant'i today and is to stop with OP MUS. NOHLKSMM .
amnteur championship' of Florida Mrn.V M. Davis. on Church street
x.1.: be ut Blake, and l with 1 play re> the ladle of the church give xf '
Baptist I !1'" H.
| Utilises twelve! n tiip- -
strict l liona fide residents of the Unusual
Mm.I Peclmnn totnor. t Designs
i iweiitiort t\1
.. siege Suh'ltiy evening, luitmtihelinj the \ r
"tnt.Ih' Cr'4"! nnn' i th>et.ed to toW Hflr'nnott! lit the pnilorn of the death of her nlKlrr" Mr*. Julitt N Me*, ''l\ i" 't ., .
"be ket Jtu'K ill C.: W. (.J: ,
Ulim-r II "', !,Inimem? to !I.eI -'lltili'h 1. HIthich time she will make I lit tt hoi"'>|'iititl in MidlUoM where she I tti.r: ;: L1 e/ '\\."" t Some pepta| In fact, A "great many,
Ii' ..",, .., .... II;! III 41i m ldless, has'" I lif*>ii confined for snits t iIIit'. ;Mrs< ;";\', I \ ._ 1'1"f"rlnl'II > nnd original, effects
I I. serrril .\'I"r ..11) r who .111" Nobler hump was in JuckiHtiivilte. .,' f, ii'l' ii\ '" '. : in sail\ ,I",',mH''on Ii. We anticipate
,v "hit11', Uliner' i t' MH.'I. "('Oi\ ('IotJS SALVATION"' : Mrs .llil.lt't"' ' left lit flirt to join the ,,' . n- "' I'II .I these demand and always carry in
other Mum \
e'. wt family reMdmu'e
Fills sad!.'ia\vn' ntttk'im fr hi) *!rlianiiun roiuHtut"it|| | lllp| in;, southern The *j\ti.jelUt last night spoke to in that trlando.amnniwny the "le- .' ,-., I " ", ." ,1')(,( \.........,- stock poniethmg entirely different
mains'" to where her bUter frum others. Will call here
The ('rogrUI1tlnt4th..I)' ailc.pt I Ii tftn eiovsd considering theery un- \ ."F.-. '. '2.i you or
i i.\ ilie', j'l-eenx' "i-i.nunlttee and \,|uch propitioua, weather, on Salvation, will be laid to restin the family burial ; .. ;; ,:., will we tend our sample book to )'ou1
will lo by the directors 1 He said them are three t.indi--'on-: pint. I In her "bail, bereavement Mrs.jtridgea I ; \ J oJ .t' II _.
upon, \ "' ==--:==- = =- =
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has the : ; ----
follows: scious salvation, continuous salvation, sympathy of u large : ) (} \ ijiIIrti
December Qualifying round, 0) eternal salvation-i. e,, conscious salvation circle of friends all over Florida. _ .{ Orlando Palot & Wall Paper Cf
Every a. in., thiity-siv holes medal play. has reference to the time when, Ocala Star. .. V' ".... ,'1' or"'" '
Sixteen lowest scores qualify for the ri,3 place where, and the circumstances The deceased was well known to \ 205 S. Orange Avenue
championship flights. attending our commitment to many Orlando people. Funeral arrangements -
December D-First round, cham- Christ, to the daily saving presence were in charge of C. E COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261

Requirement pionship flight, 8:30 a. m., eighteen and power of Jesus, and ultimate life Hand, undertaker. _. .
holes match play. Second round, eternal through the merit of his sac- ----- -- - ---

championship flight, 2 p. m., eightetn rifice. His illustrations were unusu- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
I holes match play. ally effective and forceful.
December 10-Semi-finals, 8:30 a. esterday: as a whole witnessed sat-
m.. eighteen holes match play. isfactory progress in the revival work.A LOST-Have you lost a dog? An
December Il-Finals, morning good crowd attended the morning estray one has taken up at 50:) Cath- CAREY HANDFUNERAL
round 9 a. m., eighteen holes; after- service, which was deeply spiritual.At cart street, which the owner can get I
noon round, 2 p. m., eighteen holes. 2 o'clock there were 16 conversions I by proving property and paying for
The green committee will an- among the young folks. More I this notice. Itc
nounce the pairings December 7,. in I than 20 prayer meetings, in spite of DIRECTORAND
newspapers and at the clubs and ho- the rain, were held in the afternoon, BUILDING: MATERIALS AM)
Always tels. Entries must be in the hands of from all of which most excellent reports ESTIMATESWe : EMBALMERAll ]
the secretary of the Tampa Automo- came in. including many requests -
bile and Golf club, J. II. Bonacker, not for prayer, and some decisionsfor are prepared to furnish estimates -
later than 6 p. m., December <>. An Christ. on lumber and building mate 'i
entry fee of $3 i is required of each Toda)'* Program rial of all kinds. Give our service a I
Reliable contestant. Rules of the United States 10:30 a. m.-Preaching by Mr. trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. calls answered Promptly Dayor
Golf) association, with local excep- Jeter. 10-19-201.
tions, will govern the tournament. 11:015 n. m.-In Col. T. J. Watkins Hand Block.
Decisions nnd interpretations of the office, a 20 minutes prayer nervier for :Night.
rulesill be in the hands of the busy business men, led by Mr. Hoi- IXGJ.fXOOI"AII AND

greens' committee. comb CANDY PARLOR
and Announcement i ill mn.lthnt the 2 p. m.-Young people and chil Orlando Florida.
links will l be open to entrant in the dren's meeting, led by Mr*'. Jeter. ,
tournament on }December r., 0 and 7, 7J1 I ) p. m.-Preaching by Mr. Hoi- Delicious Candies, Cake, Sandwiches, PHONE 639. RES1DENCEP110NE 457.tlMIIIIMillllllMMillMlilMHMMMIIMIIIMIM
for (practice fIi ht8. Information concerning comb etc. ,
the tournament, the prizes Collage I Prayer Meetings Orders taken for parties.
.GuaranteedTo and entries, may be secured of C. E. Mrs' Radditr 211 Gould street. Located in rear of Itranrh's Bonk
-tall, chairman of the greens committee Mrs. Platt, Washington street.
on which T. C. Taliaferro, 1). C. Mrs. W. R. King, 431 Colonial Store Arcade
Gillett, W. F. Ferman and T. 1 K.; Lucasare Drive. .
serving, or of Secretary Bonacker. Mrs. Rolland, corner Anderson and -- --- -
letters have already been received 1)eLaney
fror Ocala Jacksonville, Winter Park, Mrs. J. J. McCraine, 305 Liberty.
Boca Grande, and Winter Haven, sig- Mrs. Smith, 515 East street.
nifying an intention of entering, and Mrs. II. II. Dickson, South Orange. GRANDTODAY I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J
clubs at Miami Pensacola, Kissim- :Mrs.: Anderson, Grace street.
mee. Green Cove Springs. Clearwater Mrs. Sumpter Davis, 209 Irvine.
Give Tarpon Springs and other points have Mrs. Frank Helms, Lake street. ,
been invited to send representatives. >VS. C. E. Wade, North Orange.
+ Mrs. S. S. Griffin, East Robinson.
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB Oak Lodge. East Church street.

Perfect Despite the heavy 31ET rain yesterday HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE
afternoon twelve members braved the ,
downpour and attended the Twentieth In the write-up of the I. O. O. F. .
Century Club meeting at Mrs. G. C. district meeting which appeared in CURTIS & O'NEAL
Kollock's. Four cantos from Dante's the Sentinel Wednesday morning, Selig Presents
Satisfaction Purgatory were read and current your informant gave you the truth,
events were discussed and also read. but not the whole truth. lie inad- "THEI1LLIOXAIRE BABY,"
i Mrs. T. W. Mathews, who has recent- vertently failed to mention that much Insurance Loans Real Estate i
ly returned from the West told of various credit was due the good sisters of
interestnig things in the West Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 forth With
.. and in Canada. The greater portionof .:able and timely assistance in the Rentals
., her talk was concerned with the er :ifeinment of our guests, whichwi HARRY MESTAYERAnd
San Diego and San Francisco- o- greatly appreciated by the corn-
sitions and war.conditions throughouV mi 3 having the matter in charge.
Canada. RefreshmentrTw served \,,\'h Jthe St. Cloud lodge, No. 66, an All-Star Cast.A ,
and the afternoon was a verfbencficial clrrr' away the banner for the larg-
and pleasant one. The club will e:4t a ;ndance from visiting lodges,
be entertained Wednesday, November mbch f their honor belongs to the Selig Red Seal Play of the V*. L.
3, by Mrs. T. W. Mathews. good sisters from St. Cloud Rebekah j
\" Lodge who accompanied them.
\ _JUDGE: MARTIN: UNITES: HAPPY Fraternally, S. E. Program.
__-.. PAIR ."' ."" P. B. WICOFF, \ ESTABLISHED 1MIi
At the-courrhouSo'yosfiTrday afternoon Chairman Committee.A -
in the presence of parents other -
relatice and friend, Miss! FloraGemeinhardt RESOLUTION: : OF THANKS
; was united in holy bond lOo. :20e.:
of matrimony to Mr. John W. Pierce, Orlando Oct 20 1315.
of Clarrona, Judge Martin
Through the columns of the :Sentinel :
ing the ceremony. The happy bride I graciously tender my ht'ntH"ltr'Jlr.h
was attired in n beautiful gown of and kindest nppieciationto MMMtMM
crepe de chine mud her head was encircled my
I my neighbors and friend. l both in
by a wreath of roses. The the city and in the country, for their
groom wore a suit of blue. The bride Kind deeds and sympathetic
has made her home with her many
parents words during the entire illness and '

about is: known four to miles!n\any.extended west people.of Orlando Congratulations and- dying faithful hour little of my wife; l>beloved Josie good Elizabeth and Pipes! Pipes! Pipes: ;

are to the happy
better known
Higgins I by name of
Phillipst couple + :Mrs. Marsh. Kind friends, I thank z
PLANNING you yet more for the words of sympathy -
both oral and written, and the the
FOR FATHER FOX We are selling black and galvanized pipe at i
help are extending friend in
On November 1 it is planned to ten- his bereavement.you your best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
der Father Fox a reception on the occasion d&wlt*
t & of his twenty-fifth anniversary { it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to 1
in the priesthood. Father Fox came
to Orlando when there were only OUR; HOME PLAN : measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation 1
three communicants. Those who will l
arrange for the silver jubilee are 24.67 monthly for 10 years. -' work you can save money by having us ?!
members of the Society of St. Vincentde 26.58 monthly for 10 years. i 1' : -
cut and drill pipe and put in brass nozzlesso 1
Paul of St. James parish. 28.86 monthly for 10 years. your
+ 30. 0 monthly for 10 years.
install it yourself. j
as you can
32.93 monthly for 10
SCHOOLThe 34.6.8 monthly for 10 years. We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets i 1
freshman class of the Cathe- 36.85 monthly for 10 years.
dral school has organized and elected Pick out your home, or your lot, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
I the following officers: Miss Corene and we will build you a home. We
Walton, president; Miss Harriet Row handle investments and building ma- may have your preferred plumber fit them up if i.
ley-vice-president, and Miss Helen terial. A. B. COOK & CO.. Orlando.
you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
Steward, secretary and treasurer. 1-10-21-6tc
2 i I Miss Edith Robinson was chosen class can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
+ SURGEON closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Another extra meeting of the W. C. Dr. Howell, osteopathie physicianand for five

T. U. will be held this week, Friday surgeon, announces that he has years.'j
afternoon, at three o'clock, in the returned from Harvard University,
Methodist parlors. A full attendanceis where he took
post graduate work in .
necessary to continue the prepara- eye, ear nose and throat diseases. F. Joseph Raehn Co. j
tion for the convention. Also physical diagnosis (nerves

+ heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera lam !
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTMrs. ), and electrotherapy and contagious -
Pliny Norcross, who has been / diseases. Office, Cheney build- THE PIPE MAN -1
spending the past five months at Nor- ing, opposite San Juan hotel Tele- 1
wich, N. Y., is expected to return to- phone: Office 617; residence 1018. lltMIIIIIIIMimMlllllliinillillliilllililllltlMllllittMllll illllliI 9



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LETTERS PATENT. to the provisions hereof to mortgage SENTINELFall
Notice is hereby given that the undersignedHonda sell convey or otherwise dispose of real and GUESTComplimentary
will apply to the Governor of the State of personal property of every; class. and deserip.tion to her guest, Mrs. SIDELIGHTS3y -
the 22nd day of November. l li in any of the States, and in any and all a
for Letters on Patent to be issued to ORLANDO foreign countries subject to the laws of such Tom B. Brodwater, of Orlando, :Miss W. S. Branch. River, Mass, Oct. 16, 1915.
SECURITIES COMPANY the following( State. District. Territory; Colony or CountryTo
upon The Sentinel Enclosed find checkin
Lena Hart chicken
pilau :-
gave a on
Articles of Incorporation adopted by said do any and all things herein set forth
company as its proposed charter and in addition such other acts as are incident the Island last evening. I payment for the six months whichI
CHARTER Oh ORLANDO SECURITIES or conducive to the attainment of the Bartow
COMPANY: purposes of the corporation or any of them. Taking John Beckett's boat at 7 is just beginning to a ordered the Sentinel sent to me
The undersigned incorporators hereby associate to the same extent as natural persons lawfully little hope of a new postoffice build had
o'clock, in due time they found them- here. I have great pleasing! reading
offorminK could do in of the
themselves together for the purpose might or any part
the laws world. far as such acts are not inconsistent ing the appropriation for which was while I confined the
a corporation for profit under IB so selves on the other side. About ten it, was to
Bargain of the State of Florida and do hereby adopt with the laws of Florida. made in 1911. As even the appro-
the following Articles of Incorporation.ARTICLE The foregoing clauses shall be construedboth o'clock all gathered together and were house six weeks this summer and it
I. as objects and powers; and it is hereby priation for Orlando has not jet been what
I helped to chicken pilau and other good kept me posted on was doing in
that the
Section 1. The name of this corporation expressly' provided foregoing enUmeration -
shall be Orlando Securities Company:' and of specific powers shall not be heldto things that accompany such a dish. mentioned in congress, you can estimate Orlando. Orlando is forging to the
of business shall I limit or restrict in any manner the pow.ers how much the Civic
lU principal office and place longer
be at Orlando. Grantee County. Florida with of this corporation, and are in furtherance This had been cooked by John Beckett front every day. We expect to leave
power to establish branch offices and place of and in addition to and not in limitation since reaching the Island. League ladies will be cultivating a for Orlando about the 10th of November -
of business at other points in the State of of the general power conferred by (I the lot
Florida and in such other States and Countries I' the State of Florida. I The time passed rapidly with park on government opposite I i and shall be very pleased to meet
be necessary; convenient or ad- ARTICLE IIL the Armory building !'
as may; friends there. I am still
visable. Section 1. The authorized amount of capital game sand a general enjoyment of our many a
ARTICLE IL I stock of this corporation shall be Two Hundred that mystic out-of-doors spirit that is : : booster for Orlando. I remain
Section 1. The purposes for which this and Fifty Thousand Dollar $230.000):; ). Guests registering at the San Juan
corporation is formed are: To deal in and divided into two. thousand five hundred found at night by the big roaring sea. Very respectfully yours,
If'Sold deal with, acquire, own manage and market shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars At late hour they reluctantly re- hotel yesterday included J. H. Thompson F. E. HATHAWAY.iDressmaking .
share. All stock issued
real estate. and any interest in real estaU (11100.00) per 01
I Fort Herbert C. W.
wheresoever situate and to do such things as any part thereof may be paid for either in urned home. Myers; Tait
I nay be convenient, desirable. or necessary; to cash or in property labor or services, at a just : Huggins, Harry C. Hannah, F. W.
produce increase, better develop obtain and valuation to be fixed by the incorporators ot The members of the party were: '
I market the natural or cultivated products ot by the directors at a meeting or meetings Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas Mesdames Cook, M. Smith, Ed. Outlaw, C. H. ParlorMiss
land and in general to do each and every called for such purpose. Provided however ,
Barnes Geo. A. Paschal Jacksonville
I act which may be convenient desirable olnecessary that all stock issued must be paid for in full Tom B. Brodwater, J. O. ;
to the ownership use. development. at the time of is..oe. Sampson Levy, New Orleans; C. M. I -
ale and or marketing of land. I ARTICLE IVSection Dapgherty, George Bolton; Misses
To do a general wholesale and or retail 1. The term for which this corporation Brown, Daisy Craven, Lois Weir, South Carolina; C. E. Osborne,
merchandising or mercantile business shall exist shall be perpetual unlessor I
Flint Mich H. E. Swabey Kissim-
Where convenient necessary; or desirable to until the same be 1 legally dissolved. Agee Lena Hart; Messrs. Bolivar ', ; Margaret R. Hamilton
further the business of the Company. to loan ARTICLE V. ( mee; A. J. Stephens, Savannah; J. W. t
money either with or without security Section 1. The business of this corporation. McMulIen, Archie Vivian, Philip Gice, : for present located at 407 S. Orange -
To purchase or otherwise acquire, to hold. shall be conducted by a board of not 1 less than John Beckett, Roswell Hart.Clear- Shepp, Cincinnati; Wm. Osborne Jr,
own. mortgage pledge, sell, assign and transfer three nor more than seven directors and by a ', Philadelphia; J. W Haike, Beresford;
lease or otherwise dispose of. to trade in. president vice-president secretary; and water Sun. I Ave.The .
heal in and deal with goods, wares and merenandise. urer The officers except the president treas-I ------ R. E. Ferris, E. M. Dempsey, Tampa; I
supplies devices, apparatus andaehinery. not be members of the Board of -- I!
; and real and personal property ot Section *, The Board of Directors shall tw ner as may be provided in said bylawg.ARTICLE Ed. L. Green New York; J. IL Picton
every; class and description ; and in particular elected annually at a meeting of the stockholders X. Zellwood; IL L. liable, Baltimore;
lands buildings. business concerns and undeltakings to he held on the third Monday ol Section I. The names and residences of the
mortgages, debentures securities, January of each year. and the president vicepreMdent -. subscribers and the amount of stock sub- Chas. D. Eadie, Cleveland; C. C. Morris I I public and all former
concessions, produce policies, book debts and secretary and treasurer shall be annually scribed by each are as follows: J. J. Parnsh Titus-
elected by the Board of Directors of Illinois. Philadelphia;
claims and any interest in real or personal James B Random Chicapo patrons invited to call.
property and any claims against such property chosen each year at the meeting nf the Directors 1.74. Shares: J. Edson Andrews of Chicago. ville; S. J. Bailey, C. Vaughan Bra- .
or against any person or corporation. to be held annually. immediately following Illinois. 125 chares : II. A. ..n. of Chicago
To acquire the good-will rights and property the said annual tockholder meeting Illinois. 125 shares C. B Robinson of Or. dentown; Henry A. Weisberg Balti- --.- --- --
and to undertake the whole or any part The offices nf secretary and treasurer may be lancl>. Florida one share
of the assets and liabilities, of any person. held by one and the same ix-rnon The foreiromirrticles of Incorporation we more.
Jrm. association or corporation and to pay Section 3. The time place and manner ot uhHrribe this the 7th day of October." A. D. Auto LiveryPhone
Quick for the same in cash stock or bonds of thucorporation calling! meeting of stockholders and directorsrather 1T! and do hereby subscribe each for the
or otherwise I, than the annual meeting shall be. fixed amount of stork set o|.iwmite our respectivemirnatures McDAMELS FREE FROM WATER
To acquire..., hold use sell, assign. Issue. I hv the by-law of the said 4 corporation. and 632
grant \litenses in respect of. mortgage |ledg the election of the Board of Directors shall be James It Ransom . . . . . I.749 shares Yesterday the turplusater
or otherwise" dispose of. letters patent of the by ballot each stockholder being entitled to IKrman A. I'erz . . . . . I-1 shares I I J. E. CARTER Orlando Fla. '
cr-h owned by him. . . . . . ,
United States or of any foreign. (country patents one vote for share J. lilyon. Andrtws 1-5 shares which has stood on McDaniels' vegetable -
patent rights, license pmileges. invenlions. Section 4. The Roused of Directors may (;. It. Rulimson . . . . . . . . I share
Improvements processes labels. trade provide for the lection or ap|> intment ol KOWNSON A \KP\m.. farm had almost disappeared.The Two Cars in Service for Day or
marsh trade. names and copyrights relating such other nffiren and agents a* they may Attorneys fur Incori ,rators. drainage well is again in working
".. or useful in connection with any business ci of this corporation, or In which i it may binterfiled I ; h-Company; i>urhl'"no and l duties and. order. I Night CallsPHARMACY"
make such rule and take. uch action not inconsistent
To sutmcrihe fur buy hull l. vote, pledge. s..Hand with the charter, sod ly-tnws ot
t" exercise. all the lnrid<'nts of ovtntrhip the corporation a* they mny deem aoivl. of stock. bonds. or other securities oroldigwtlons fur the operation of his. lushness.AI1TIC1.E .
awuicittthin. VI. "LUCERNE
of any corporation
trusts partnership trust fund or joint st....kmmpany Section I 1. Th namm of the officer* who" Auto Livery ,
: to guarantee the payment of <.lividiniin . shall. conduct the hiwinnM of the corporation
on any shares of the capital of. any until those are nnnliflcd who hall he elected. I i Successor to DeLaney Drug Co.
other corporation. joint totk companies 01 at the fIrst annual mating of th. utmkholdrr Service
..uncial iona in which this 'orIPratl..n may are a* follow.: Janice It. Itunnom prmidint
hav an intrrrnt and to become aunty in re- ; II A. P,'rr.: Vlr-Pn-if"nt. and J. hil-: i Telephone No. 2
Corner stu'et to, indorse or guarantee tnt. paymentnr son Andrews Secretary and Treasurer I
prop- performance of any inthbtmlnraii. ..I>l1ar.. AUTICI VII I
thin or contract of any corporations, joint Section 1. The hlgheot amount of indthteilneas I PASSENGER
stock ....ml..n'..... aiuux-mtlonx. |>artner..hii>a. nr llnl.ility to which, this lorpornttnncan
trusts or trust fun Is in which, or in the at any time subject Itself shall I- ThreeHundred !
received full line of the frmous Johns-
380 feet business of whUh, this; Company may have and fifty Thousand Dollar $350.. Just a
erty I an interest.To . I DUO).
use and apply this corporation' surplus I ARTICLE VIII BUICK CAR : ton Milwaukee Candies-the sweetest of all
earnings and accumulated profits for the purchase Section 1. The corporate seal of this corporation
or acquisition\; of share of its own ...apoit.1 shall .be an impression stamp bearing
by 418 on street stock. from time to time to such extent the word Orlamln Securities' Com>any sweets.
and in such manner and upon such terms as Corporate Seal Honda"ARTICLE.
it. Board of Directors shall determine: and I\. : Our soda has arrived from Potter's Drug
from time to time accept as security for. or Section 1. The stockholders of the corporation We call anywhere at any time expert
in payment on account or in satisfaction of shall\ adopt by-laws not inconsistentwith
that has brick any claim or demand of this corporation, its charter and th:: laws of the State ofFlorida Store, Tampa, and will furnish a Menu not to
shares of its own capital stock.To i i for the government of its officers, and '
have one or more offices, to carry on all the by-law first adopted shall be adopted by Gordon's Transfer Co be excelled in the city. We give Savings Checks.
or any of its operations and business and I vote of the majority of all shares of the capital o ,
side without restriction or limit aa to amount, I stock and may be amended either by the.
piled on stockholders as and in such manYou'll I
except aa hereinafter provided to purchase or
, ___ I 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
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and will be

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paved within t


2 weeks. Will Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree jj

cut into 16 lots. ? I t Unless Budded : :

Think of that a from Bearingtrees

east side ten .

of a known

minutes from '

Quantity and
b ...
Post Office.

of Production.O.W.
: ._ i Quality -


-' Telephone

Get It, : .

No 28 r
Quick Conner.Trees .

Your for like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

Just call when you need any- grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
thing for the office, from "pins to

Money printing," and we'll haveitthere RUSHOrders

in a jiffy. We are featuring

won't CSSl-pssi Forms and Binders Two years: ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCJKLAWAHA

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

by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

grow I \v. S. BRANCH, trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-

in THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery production. -

I : 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 Rock interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Coquinna : 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

Just 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

.vay, over the ordinary method of propagaion.Vhat then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

wishing this material for trimming comparison? CATALOGUE FREE]-Write for it.Ocklawaha .


porches, mantles or any other orna- :

C Carl Dann mental work will do well to call at my I i :, Nurseries

stone yard 103 W. Livingstone Avenue I

O. \v. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

near Fair Ground. G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida i itllMllllllllllllllilli

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Ju.rn bet. l.Jath: and Shingles 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I

]! Worthington B 1 ackmanATTORNEYATLAN

Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

t.I IAANIC Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Phone 161
worth Building.

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime




1r Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-

Davis & McNcill Block
SENTINEL No. 6 \W. Pine SI Orland 111\



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Morning Sentinel Want
Ad Medium in Orlando.

Room 44
Term. Cash in Adranc. & SALLAS

Watkins lock Orlando, Fla.
RATES 208 Boone Street

For One Day _____________25t
For Three Days ____________Sue Phone 597.
I For Six Days _______________75e .
For One Month ____________$2.50
This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate DR.N.L.BRYANDENTIST
will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If ARCHITECT

For the Chilly Mornings and Evenings of FallWhen the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Accounts to- Phone 716 McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
payable the following day.
the mornings are cold and the days are warm you will find a little Gas Heater will make Bldg Florida.Member

your room most cozy. Before the furnace is lighted a little heater of this sort will be a great comfortin Every Home-Every Business- F. A. A.
the cool' evenings when you wish to read by the evening lamp. In the crisp mornings it will make Every Man has use for a
the bathroom or breakfast room really comfortable. Sentinel Want Ad.

I I SURVEYINGPlating Dr. F. F. Thompson

A Little Gas Heater Makes Economical ComfortGas FOR SALE and Sub-Dividing

FOR SALE-Stock of general merchandise Dentist
at a bargain if sold at
Heaters of various sizes and types may be had at a price within the reach of all. The consumptionof once. P. 0. Box 142, Longwood Fla. PROIPT'AND ACCURATE
gas is very slight considering the cheer and warmth which they bring. They will be found most val- 10-20-31 WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

uable all through the Fall and even during the Winter they will be convenient to warm cold corners dur- FOR SALE-Big lot of furniture.
ing severe weather. May we give you further oar-ticulars and prices? 404 Boone street. 10-20-lt* HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's4St

FOR SALE CIIEAP-One Fox type- Engineer
writer (invisible), good as new;
one hand grist mill, brand new. Will Fla.
t 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando,
sell both for $25 cash. S. V. Bunting,
115 Grace street, city. 10-17-Gt
FOR SALE:-Strawberry plants, Missionary
Illondyke and Excelsior
GAS DEPARTMENT varieties Now is the time to set out .
tantll. Inquire J. II. Gould, South Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Parratnore street and Granve avenue
or Box 324.: 1012<12t OrTOMtTRIST
Counsellor at Law

OWNER of \ery desirable: 40 acre wx rrr GLASSES, GRIND LENSM
partially improved farm finds\ It
David & McNeil Hldg AND DO ALL KINDS OForncAi.
1 " " " " " " " " .. . . . .. .. necessary to go North. Will tell at
ftucrlrice.\ llpnuUful lake fiont.' ORLANDO, FLA. UPAmncG
New furnished house> Address! Owner. .
care Sentinel. 10.10.0t'I'Olt -- =
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SALE: Oil TRAIF42) : acres, limited, number\ of persons, 1'leaa.
fronting two lake, Ilw 1i111l. outbuildings WANTED=YOU to hear Wait HoU ant rooms in new home All modern
3." mile nation-; 1.00HU.. tomb preach at Methodist church, convenience. Also furnished room
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES sexy trees; house anti' two lots in KU 1030; and 7ao;: o'clock and /see for housekeeping Mr. Gertrude
simmee. H.t I*. Ullpin, Winter Home, deter draw pictures, 4 otail"i Ley, pas Seymour, nurse, 14 High street, east
Fla, 10.1 U-litc tor J0-20lwke;: of Lake Bola lU-8-Jmoc

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good
OCOEE FLORIDAAll condition. Write Box 567. WANTED-A reliable, competent
923tfcUGkN'r white servant, willing to go to The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Tampa; best wages. Call phone 221. will bring in a car of fine palms the
30-20-Btc, I coming week. Any one wishing hisservices
\: HOME fat "tf* or tent; and experience wilt pleasedtop
has 7 roams and bath, 2 sleeping \1 iL\\-jood machlntst to 'xotk; I tdm \\ a.tlt.. once and fw(((
porches, heating plant; is modern at \' inter l'\\t'. Must ba able to I call to see you and make" you hard
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, repair aut.omobiestd\ not a user of time prices. For reference see the
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- .: all Central modern. Mrs. Wherry,930lmo'FOR 106 East alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. West St., palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
avenue. Orlando, G:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney,
fruit Trees in fine condition at the lowest Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc

.. .. .. .. : Furnished 14 room tiouse, on brick and attractive club offer to be HOUSE CLEANING, glass and wood
prices .. .. .. .. street, arranged for light housekeep I worked locally. Apply Mrs. R. J. work; floors neatly scrubbed, waxed
: ing. Splendid location; large lot.I Peer, 300 W. Concord avenue. and polished. Call on or address
Terms Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave. 10-19-3t* Leonard Williams, 411 West Church
9-19-3mo I I street, Orlando.\ 10-1-16"--
WANTED-To list all kinds of property -
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract for sale or rent. I am having BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING-We
-- ---- - one quarter mile from city limits; manp applications for houses furnished I are headquarters for alt kinds of
very One for citrus or subdivision pur- and unfurnished. 1 will be bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. glad: to list what you have. !Mrs. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
_ 6-9-tf H. D. Lcake, 45 Last:: Pine street. 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
) i Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest _Phone 175) 10-8-dw-lmo 1010.tfc
prices to the above addressMIIMIilllliilliiliHIIIIIIMHMIIIIillMIMMIfMCMM WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel GENERALS: FOR SALE-In
office 10-13-tf country near Orlando; small invest
FOR RENT-Furnished for light ment; A-l proposition. For particulars
housekeeping, 2 rooms and kitchen WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex- address II. N., care Sentinel.
ette, on first tloorj also bath room in change or rent your city and county 10-20-31C
connection; electric lights and tele property Call and see us. Geo. T.
> MMMIIMIMIIIIMMFOR phone. 312 North Main street. Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. FOR SALE-Huick roadster; de-
10-17-Ct* 10-5-lmoc mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
completely equipped; a bargain. Ford

Umbrellas .covered and repaired FOR RENT-A good ten room fur- FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, Garage 32 East Church street.
"while you wait." Young's Repair nished house with modern conveniences furnished and unfurnished. Also 10-20-tfc
and well ventilated; just the lots. Call and see whatI
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. some CARPENTER AND CONTRACTORWork
for house located in
boarding ;
have to offer before you buy or
SALEWill I a growing town. Applyto Pin wanted by able wood work
prosperous rent. Mrs. II. B. Lcake, 45 East ;
TRACY & SOIERVILLE-Carpen- W. L. Story, Winter Garden 1 la. street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. er. Efficient in all branches of build
ters and cabinet makers. Screen: 9-30-tfc 10-8-dw-lmo ing. Estimates furnished on any job,
doors and windows frames sleeping large or small. F. B. Click, R. R. 1.

I porches counters, shelving, show $50; REWARD PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield 10-26-6t-
cases, refrigerators, alterations and JOO 50c. for 200
cabbage 35c. per ; ;
offer for sale for a few days I additions. We keep a number of For return of Ford car stolen Satur- 51.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post I I I A GOOD INVESTMENT
to remain
j permit
] skilled workmen constantly on hand. Tomato and eggplants, same I Why your money
day night in fron: of Yancey's meat paid.
idle draw small rate of interest
Avenue i 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo .Vo. Li- price. Large "Favorite" dry land I or a
the property corner Orange iI market. Engine 624,278. banana plants, 5 for 50c. Fred M. when you can have an investment
I cense No. 11,997 county 624. 1915 yielding eight cent. net for ten
1.\WXIOWERS sharpened and model. Ed Hastings. 10-19-61 Preston, Pine Castle Fla. I per handle
Jackson and Boone Streets, known as repaired at Orlando Bicycle and 10-5-d&w-tf years or longer. only
guaranteed income investments, mortgages -
Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc When in need of a veterinary call I improved city If
or property.
the skating rink property, for $26,000. I on Dr. A. F. Richmond Formosa Fla. I BUYERS sell AND and SELLERS exchange real you desire a regular income we can
buy, rent
in Orlando Fla., furnish it. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
I estate. Have resided
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year { Fish and oysters received daily.II. FOR RENT-Two or four furnished over 30 years. Have handled over 10-20-10tc __
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc No.
rooms for light housekeeping. : 20000000. Call and see me.
and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY. NOTICE I afternoon.10 North Garland street. Call 10-15-6t in the 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

Notice is hereby given that Sac FOR RENT-By the season month, Browns, .and tangerines: s;.rough
Tallman has severed all connection I or year, one upstairs flat for light lemon, sour and grapefruit stocK from 375
with the Grand and Lucerne theatres. housekeeping; also! other rooms, and Bassencer Hammock Nursery for sale I
I (Signed) GRAND AMUSEMENT garage, electric lights and bath in cheap by Henry W. Smith Wauchula West Jefferson Streetlucc..ot
I COIPANYt. house.! Apply 300 East Cone. rd ave. Fla.' Route 2. _9-23.1moe I
10-16-tfe By B. Beacham Jr. 9-10-tfc to
Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byg
\ Delivered every day-Elder; Fprine Fott RENT-1 Furnished!;' rooms; three D. Lee twice a day from Spring Hand Wood Company
Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & blocks from Central ahd Orange Lake t'alrjTi Photie orders to J. U.
]' Compahy, hock building. 1 l-10-lO-tf'?. avenues. Reasonable P. 0. Hot) 450; Magtnder, hutnber 683-Ri: .
of All Kinds1'flOM1'T
11lo-rt! 1-9-30-ihuKi
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MuUr.L) ; 1 fclNttfcfWAHtEN;' primary I I 1'Ott tXrIlANtitf sn h! 11hlHlel9 SItI'lVllluritSON6UJl1lt
) rhrthet' notice 'ladies rH1ffiIHtsl1 front l M Melhwii'l t't1\Uthl idet'hnne t' tkpf Inutile t tiarretlei' lt) ehnteun l'JlIlJlt,
Try a Sentinel Want Ad free tit hfhi# t' @el't J't'tlal NE t'dsk h?! :221: l, Of cull 14 East Jt+rk"ufl for Well trained bird tl"'tl A.Mte"Q.
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Jones the bar man, jour or-
ders for seeds and drugs, from McEl-
roy's Pharmac>. l-10-20-3tc

Mr. Randolph Cobb has returned
Travel in Panama from an all summer's absence spentin
New York and Pennsylvania.
and everywhere on American territory, is simpjffi: by "A.B.A.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Finley's Pioneer Brand Black Roof
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would Paint will stop leaks. Now is the
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques time to use it. 1-10-15-tfc The Allies
are ttlf-iJentifytng. We recommend them to all who travel I, for
business or pleasure.
Drink Elder Spring Water. See
The State Bank of Orlando phone building.Ueo. T. Hull & Company I-lO-16-tfe Rock

) of this institution tire
; Mtr J. & Merrill, ohe of Plymouth'
rlottteleltiith!'!i Was!'! amohg the item 1
khUwH Tailors!! tu Orlando t t tt>hlajrHrblhen :

fllI 1 llt ; !' hired Us {ijtl4" Courtesy to everyone! !;
llipk I1tHt! *ltteil!| UIII tilt tMUHHI H|Fs
"htj" UUP: fMrtt c JH, !iJniH:! ., fUnl i WHUM (j I): Liberality to worthy eutomer;
II liHtte I {the fltifiitteiit! &iwHtmr I of+ .Ills
th: Hnllljt" (liti'itke: lIHHHt; Loyalty to Community Wellfare; :

air J: If S l h has ...fee; .1.1tht |
$ : jnJnJH at \\Idnif: N. 4", has reQ Efficiency In every department;
hmwll \ Uiland.+* la spend| ;tngtherseason. :
I Stability surd by Govern*

i RIDE in Jlamnck's Jitney Bus one mend Supervision
W hour, \2 miles .for SOc. 8-28-tfc ,
.I -
Mrs. L. D Foss is again at her win-
ter home, 318 Hillman street, to spend
another season in Orlando, having recently and these are increasing with irresistable
returned from Hock, Alass,
) where she spent the summer months. force the business of

k1I '
How much did you save last monthin '
casa or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
:Mr. J. II Tucker was a passenger :
yesterday morning over the CoastLine '
en route to Cocoa, on the East :
Coast, where he will spend several The Peoples National Bank
days looking after business matters.
Get your next shave at the Stand
IiII ard. 18-21-tf : Enlist with us!
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zeller, who :
spent the summer at Deep River, '
I[ HUPMOBILEI"Where I Conn., are now en route to Orlando.
They will make stops in New York :
Washington: and expect to reach ,
home the last of the week. :
there'slife Beginning Friday, October 22, and :
continuing Saturday and Monday, we
will sell 10 yards of best calico for 25 .MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM. . . . . . . IMIIIIIMMIIMM 1eibfb
there's Hupp"J. cents. Sold only 10 to 10:30 clock : ''IIIICnr
a. m., and 10 yards to each customer.
At II. Kanner's Great Annual Sale. +. I ..8 f+U e I . II.I .. I . I I J . I fie I I ,It. I1III1 1,1"111 .." nl-n"1J

P. HOLBROOK your Savings Checks and
Dealer let them rnI per cent. interest for

you.Mrs Vjde McRane, of Pensacola 8-12-U i How About Your FORD MotorWe 1

who travels out of New York for the
=- Broadway Waist and Dress company,
registered at the San Juan hotel yesterday -
I for a stay of a couple of dayson

business. will rebore Ford Cylinders, furnish and fit

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
t UM8-tf new oversize pistons, piston pins, piston rings, and i

rr"Stop popular Mr. Green and Reaves expert one fruit of men Florida's, left piston pin bushings, grind valves and make motor

yesterday afternoon for DeLand

''I &where. Company's he will have large charge packing of Chase house '' like new for $25. If you have an old Ford motor

during the shipping season.

Deposit your Savings., Checks and using too much oil or losing power we can fix it.
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
/ou. 8-12-tf

Thief! Mrs. Daisy Ross, of Miami, who
has been and
visitingMr. Mrs H. E.
Yelvington, at their home, 11 West
Washington street, left yesterday San Juan Garage Company j |
morning over the Coast Line on her
Make your Ford car thief proof. I have return to the Magic City.

the necessary article. Price $3.50 in-
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.1821'tf .
Orlando-Daytona .1
stalled on your car.

Mr. Joe T. Brown, a popular travel-
ling man of Atlanta, Ga., who has
F. G. RUSHPhone been making annual pilgrimages to
this section for the ,
was among the /guests past registering twenty years at .1111..1 . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. , . ; Mi MOO*.+Q4' *.)4-4Nif.
226. I the San Juan hotet yesterday.

Bulbs, Italian-rye,-nasturtium, and MMM+'. I I . I MIIMMM . I II . II . I II . ."*. I MMMMMMMMMMMMCWho .,......

garden seeds, fresh at McEIroy's .

Pharmacy. 1-10-20-St : Will Be Your Executor?

Mr. Chas. H. Hoefler, a former pop- ..
ular business man of Orlando, but .
who with his family recently movedto
Lakeland spent yesterday in Or-
. lando. Mr. Hoefler has :
been making
Your estate may be materially impaired as a
frequent trips to this city which gives : result of the appointment of an executor-ti ,
-.lllllllllllllllllllllliiii llllll' . .HIIIMKJEWELRY hope to his many friends that he is direct tom' *
I seriously thinking of returning. : or trustee.

.. : When an individual is appointedThe :- :
. Protect your car with transfer gold
letters-vour initials-which can't be : financial responsibility is generally weaker.
taken otf Our painter can do the
work. Phillips Garage. 10-21-3tc : It is usually provided in wills that the person
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused

Mr\ L. S. Scroble and his attractive : from giving bonds. I

daughter. Miss Stella, of Jacksonville When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex-
| were among prominent Flor-
idians visiting Orlando yesterday. )Ir. pense of the estate, and then only partial secu-
Scroble is the travelling
passenger loss is
cent of the Clyde: Line and is one rity against provided.
The character and quality of Evans' Jewelry is often of the most popular transportationmen When a Trust Company is selected'r

the subject of comment with newcomers to this store. father in of the Mrs.South.W M.)Ir.Murphy Scroble', of is this the The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -

also dt -. is secured.A 'e
They remark the completeness of assortments and "i

the helpfulness of our store people. You will like to shopat bond which has behind it the entire financial ,
Elans' once have How much did you ave last month strength of the Institution is always filed with '
:you purchased here. in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
the Probate Court .t nn mat to the estate. .
II. Kanner's Great Annual Sale be- Answer No. 3 wfll appear in a subsequent issueof s E'kv g.r- ",, '
gins Friday. October :22. with the big- this newspaper. > a" i _
gest bargains in shoes, dry goods,
clothing, ladies' misses' and children's
ready to wear goods ever presented in Come In any time and freely ask for further r '
Orlando. See our big circular. II
T. H. EVANSJEWELER Kanner's New York Bargain Store.11O21dUwlt. information on this vitally important subject. e t
You are always welcome, and our offices are always is
advise '
glad to '

An ad. in the Morning Serticel is a
safe investment.

DoctorsBiiekinaster The Orlando Bank & Trust CompanyOrlando

, & Brundage Florida


E at Personal Kafksvffle instruction, Mo. under Dr ctill _... .,. Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

,..4 I..... -.11 - -.II II flilil 11111. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples

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