Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00542
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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 23, 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: VID00542
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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\ !. (;Jet Little Hope From ROADS TO BE HAD IN:

(.rl'en'-Turks Suffer Disastrous CONCERNING: : ; THE ,! GEORGIA; :MOTORS I..100;


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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Cleveland. <0.. Oct.A waning -
+ + WILSONiOPPOSIKHN to the people of t..e United State.- ; :NOT IN SIIITSERBIANS' } Mrs. George E. Bates. ac'accompaniedi l lI. (; : AND FRANCE
+ BRITISH: TROOPS) ENTER: : + that they must not put too much dependence i their on. Emmet C. Dates, arrived
+ S Kit HI A + in prophecies that this (..ounlr. j i here yesterday by automobile from
+ + ; will enjoy for a long period after I Ire Mount Vernon N. II. a distance of
+ london. Oct. 22.: -An Athens + war the unparalleled prosperity! 1.-(111 miles. They spent last night at
+ dispatch" to the Daily Telegraph + Which will put it at the head of all I the Hotel Mason, and will leave this

+ announces what it terms" author- + nations, was sounded here today by morning for St. Augustine and Alta-

+ italiM- information that British + :National Defense Program Will [ J< dge Elbert II. Gary, chairman of Is in Imminent Peril of Beings monte Springs, where they will remain Judging; Prom Dispatch Combat
+ troops: hate entered Serbia. Disfr + the United States Steel Corporation, for the winter.
patches: from Nih to the Serbian + Be Supported Says Leaderof I in an address before the American Crushed by Superior Forces; According! to :Mr. Bates, the party Mu>t Hate' Been Terrificin

+ minister at Athens state that + Iron end Steel Institute, of which he averaged ISO miles a day. their journey -
+ a great battle i.. racing between + Upper Branch of is president. Public Kept in Ignorance bringing them by way of New the Tahure

+ the Serbians and Bulgarians at + Congress Judge Gary's topic was "Publicity" Movements: York Washington, Richmond. Raleigh District
+ fetes and that Turkish cavalry + I and he advanced the theory that publicity Pinehurst Savannah and Bruns-
+ are taking! part in the engage4- i"i one of the hest solutions that wick. He stated that the roads were
+ ment. + Washington. Oct. 22.: -Senator John I CM 't.e administered to cure business; London (kL :!:!.-King George tonight in fine condition as far south as Savannah London Oct. 22.-Violent cannonading -
+ + W. Kern the majority leader of the ills from which this country has suffers issued an appeal to all classesof and that from that point to along the entire front in Belgium -

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + upper house in congress:, after a conference *;. British people to come forward and Brunswick and into this city they and northern France is reportedin
at the White House, said today He sai<1] that in his opinion, "we are share their responsibility in the war were almost impassable.Mr. the Paris communique today.
that congress would work in complete to hacs.. period of industrial rest in in a message which was; issued from Bates is the owner and propri- The French by their accurate fire
I Oct.The Bulgarian
'''ii-. !don.ledenapatch:,: in the Aegean !sea. harmony with President Wilson this country," and predicted that this Buckingham palace. The king said etor of the Altamonte hotel at Alta- succeeded in breaking up the contemplated -
pU' British on the national defense program. would result in a healthy industrial that the end of the war was not in monte Springs, as well as the Grand German attack.
ombarded ;
iva by a Reuter squadron Senator Kern told the president krcwth sight. hotel at :Mount Vernon X. II. lie The; Belgium and French guns have

'oua, Sotia recording via Amsterdam.to a dispatch that a caucus would not be necessaryin The speaker advised business men will open the former establishment; mastered the Teuton batteries in the

mi the senate.SEVER.1L to adopt for their golden rule of business Serbia's Po-ition Critical early in December for the accommodation Tahure district in the Champagne, so

the Bible text from Romans: I London Oct. :!:!.Serbia's military of winter tourists. the statement says.
Greece; I Ht'fu.t'sid : BIG FOOTBALL GAMES "1- lr none of us liveth to himself position is critical. Hammered by superior Throughout the day the infantr.yha.e
n'iton., Oct. :_:!.Greece has inihe S'II TODAY) and no man dieth to himself. 'I' forces on two sides, her armiesare YESPKR: SERVICE-.MISS: DENNISON : : I- kept their trenches following: a
''-cut"d t entente powers that she ElUl.FI repulse of the German night attack
threatened with being crushed as : TO PLAY Sl'NDAYAFTERNOON
.a''. '.ot at present; accept the props Xew York.-Will this day bring GOOD; THINGS TO) SAY ABOUTOI.tGF no army has been crushed during tht- in the region of Givenchy., and the attempted -
a' m.iilein return for her particiiii I advance in the Souchez valley
forth in the football -
surprises -
some new : : CO. lULADS: war.
.; iii, the war. These rroposals world and some newer upsets of 1 I Not only are these faces admitted The monthleper; service will lie l<< where the principal artillery activity -
of of
d i the ceiling the island;
," Ut") other the grandoldope Following a recent automobile tour in England France and Russia but 1 given in the Baptist: church Sunday of the Germans was directed
Greece I
II' to as as That's the question that gridiron of afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The against; the French trenches around
,. .,d" concessions in Central Florida by Arcadia good they are reflected in official Serbian procram.
1.1 l nnd financial
& .;: enthusiasts asked today as a thousandand roads boosters the Arcadia Daily (I statements. The key to escape from under the efficient direction! of Lombaertzyde. in Belgium, where the

or Serbia.Greek military The Greek; cooperah reply- more warriors began donning News had the following about Orange I I the situation is the speed with which :Mr. William S. Branch organist will heavy cannonade made preparationfor
their moleskins and headgears preparatory county roads: France and England can throw forces he one of unusual; interest and in the attack.
the for-
a' lengthy, reached The of the to battling in the afternoonfor * A short stretch of marl I north from Saloniki. in the hope of keeping with the splendid programs The French puns! however, succeeded -
,f ,n e tonight. text the further honor and glory of from Kissimmee north to the county relieving pressure from the Austrians heretofore given in these popular vesper ; in getting the range of the Ge---
lit t was not made public. their dear alma maters. line of Orange county brought us *> and Germans in the north and the services. Miss Isabel E. Denni- man organization and dispersed them.

The<< East centered its attention on the newly finished brick road through Bulgarians in the east. son. organ instructor of Rollins College -
Bombardment\ Started Thursday these four It'ames--the stellar battlesof Orange county to Orlando with the I The movements of entente troops will lie at the organ. !Miss Den- Greece Will :Not Aid Allies

-. Oct. 22.: : -It is i officially the inhere the cbnHarvard-: exception of about five miles which is I from Saloniki are unknown to the nison has the honor and distinction of ( By Dr. E. J. Dillon)

i this evening that vs. Cornell at Cambridge. now under construction between! Pine public but if any considerable force being: a member of the "Fellows of Rome Oct. 22.- Premier Zaimi
tnicnt\ of the Bulgarian coast Princeton vs. Dartmouth, at Prince- Castle and the city limits. This roadis i I has l been detailed for the task it must American Guild; of Organists;," a distinction ;- contends that Greece being an independent -
.I I I'. 'Icnagatch to Port I.agos, form laid without grout with concretecurbing i lie heard from soon.; that comes to but comparatively state possesses the right to

.!I -c of :.S miles. commenced l lin ton.Yale vs. Washington and Jefferson, : at a cost of $1.28 per !square From Sofia and Saloniki come denials few organists in the United adopt a policy of armed neutrality:

..i\ by the allied fleets. at New Haven.Pittsburgh yard or $0,750 per mile of J A foot I that the Serhians have Strumitsa. States. She will lie assisted by Prof. and that it ill becomes the entente

vs. Pennsylvania at road. II This means that Bulgarian soil Homer Stanley Pope with vocal selections powers to hinder or penalize the exercise -
Greece; Rejects Cpru.* Philadelphia.In "In Orlando we examined! Orange still is free of invasion. It is reported among them living some of of those rights by Greece, whose
1 ( "11. Oct. 22.--Greece; has re- the West the big! Conference avenue, which was paved above ten that Turkish cavalry is cooperating his own compositions :Mr. friendliness towards the entente is no-
iii-eat Britain's offer of Cyprus games are: years ago with brick laid on edge on with the Bulgarians and that a vocal instructor in Rollins torious.
\\I "e urn! for her support in the Bal- Illinois vs. Northwestern, at Urbana sand foundation and is today with great battle i is raging at the Macedonian a real treat is in store for all The allies' objections are derived

,11 i ,semi-offictally announced. III.Chicago. the exception of such places as have town of Veleso where the Serbs who attend this inspiring: service. from military l considerations. The

">-i 'tat ions, however are still going vs. Purdue, at Chicago.:' been torn up to lay sewers; and water won a ,'ktoro'r' the Turks in the The public is cordially invited. The treaty obligations of Greece to Serbia -
!I ii< Italian minister has joined Wisconsin; vs. Ohio State, at Madison. : nipes in most; excellent\ condition, and Balkan war of l'. 12.: According to full program will appear in these columns they allege, were relied upon by

ni. Anirl" French diplomats: in the efwin Wis.Bold. is probably one of the heaviest trax1- Ian I unofficial report the Bulgarianshave Sunday morning. the entente powers as one of the essential -
.' Greece! to the side of the elled streets outside the large cities taken the town. elements of the Balkan equilibrium -

i.n in Florida. Further out on this avenue According to dispatches from Chri* which they contributed to establish -
-- Thief Rifles the two sides were paved with t :ana. the Russian; port of Archanirclalready Mr. Rooster Mustn'tlt and are hound to uphoid.

Mlios M.W' B.> Cut OIT brick the<< center I being: paved with alight has l een' closed 1 by ice. If Hence, n definite repudiation of these
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
d"lI.< !! "-t. 22. Athens di:<\lah'h- sand-clay surface without any this lie true. Russia will i .' I that Kumanova and \' '\ j + + curli.and. if there is any spread in I this means of bringing in supphc. + + the friendly relations towards those
'. "i have been taken by the RulgaI + "1'IL"'E:1'JI.: STICE" IS + the brick on account of lack of supporting I unless ice breakers are able to wmk\ + ( 'l(" LEAGTEWorLD: . IIVE: + Mates which are obliged to insist
-. .. I he Serbian army i is menaced + COMMUTEDIIEN: : Sin BILL + curb, we could not discern it. successfully.. + 01) 'R ( in IMIIERS; : PASS .\ + their observance.A .
!unit and back and in dangeri : "Going north from Orlando, we I significant; i movement of troops is
i up. It also is feared thatlieiieh + + took the Winter Park road for three : + + also reported. Knowing the simple
t forces in southern Ser- 10 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + miles from the city limits: northt Won' SPEND: A MILLION To + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I II SAVE CENT IROM WAR pycholorv of the monarch, and his
< 'ni danger of Icing encircledItnlgarians. Martin's Desk which has lieen: recentlypaved with : In OrlandoThe tirni resolve to redeem his plighted

(: Judge I I rick on sand base heavily' grouted in.j San Francisco Oct. :!:!.Henry. Crow woid to his imperial brother-in-law
a splendid piece of construction, and Ford the automobile manufat"turer. even at the cost of the nation's plight-
Turk Defeated !lit 1(1Uklike: it would stand anything I (-d word to :Serbia.: I am disposed to
denied from To-
t -. Oct. 22.--The allies admin. WUat might be called a "travestytin I short of an earthquake. \Ve were emphatically reports Orlando W om'n'- Chic League! regard Greece's; spontaneous
cooperation -
.1 flushing; defeat to the Turks justice"xvas. the rifling of Judge able on account of the terrible un-I ronto yesterday that he had offeredto :asked the city council through MayorSperry with the allies no longer to be
subscribe the fist million dollarsto ;
I poli peninsula Thursday! ac- Wm. Martin'upper right hand desk! pour of "rain to give this stretch yesterday to paan ordinance hoped for.Constrained.
in his office in the house a Canadian war loan or any other the Rooster considered
drawer : court ,
prohibiting -
road than observation
; The more a passing -
: > a Mitylene dispatch. she may yet he, if the
of loan.
-itilted: in force along the this week when a bold thief stole a and passed! on sand by-ror.ds; into i sort war the head or chief of the roost allied nations:; in their desperate
When asked if he had offered do
Sill bill which constituted the greater to from residing within the citlimit,; of
the road Formosa
. Orlando-Apopka ;
--\lyia fronts. near I
They are re struggle for their lives employ any
his and his mouth
have left the ground *ov11 portion of hunting I license money obtained thence to Apopka over so eyes: snapped i Orlando. The p x>nosed ordinance means more potent than argument.
bodies. French and British since the opening of the hunting laid )brick road. From Apopka shut hard as he replied: would forbid the crowing: of a rooster
season. to Mount Dora had fair newl"I "A million dollars for a war loan! within Orlando, and would relegateto
''ly! too kthe offensive. Hard I we a I
.o tinues.U Judge Martin uses the upper draw- of how had sand-clay roads I would spend a million dollars to the outskirts: of the city the official FLORIDA SOCIETY TO BE ORGANIZED
(Il'r of his desk! for miscellaneous in a real wet time." I keep them from getting one" cent of alarum of the morn. The council did AT WASHINGTONWashington
money receipts. A small box: with a Ii my money for a war loan. not take any action but during the
( \KI.ION: MAY KXO\V illS i D. C. Washington i is
cover holds the coin. The loss; : was next few days will feel the public
FATE TONIGHT LAPLAND SAILS TOR C.\ \I\I soon to have a Florida society, notices
not discovered until yesterday; morning T CHICAGO WHITE SOX TO TRAIN pulse in, regard to Mr. Rooster's;: ostracism -
when the judge counted the I' IX OCALA IN 1916 or retention. being sent out today to prominent -
.!I' ilv. Oct.9.Porter: Chail- money. TROOPSThe The council received a communication men and! women of that state residing -
lOll here for the murder, in in the national capital to attend -
The thief evidently had seen the Chil'ag'O.Th. Chicatro: Americant.eague from the Orlando Farm and
' i of his wife. Mary Scott Red Star liner Lapland which I be held here November
'in.( n meeinir to -
in the drawer and II. N. Dickson
judge: place money club wi'l establish;: a training Truck Co. signed by ,
know has; l been running in the White Star
i h.irlton, will probably 2 for the of
biding his time entered the office I' and II. II.Dickson. purpose arranging -
in Florida next *ring insteadof !secretary presented by
Line service and on which the Anglo- camp
tomorrow night. I plans and perfecting lOud an or-
found the drawer unlocked lifted the I making the annual trip to Califor- I relative to a drainage wellin
I" 'M.-.l is rapidly drawing to a Frenchj loan commistiorcame; to ganization. Senator D. U. Fletcheris
box lid and in a few seconds had departed I nia. Ocala. half waI't.'tween Jacksonville the company's addition southwest
Xt.'w1trk.. sailed sestet; for Halifax : -
following 't
i this; afternoon is leader in the movement, believing -
enriched to the extent of $10 This well will
and of Orlando.
and Tamr-i. it nnnounced
where "he will take C-tnadian was
between the prosecution n that the large number of
< and $1 the judge not I'( turned the for small persons
perhaps more. today will probably be the placechosen lie over to city a
for She
ptesident" of the court Judge I troops Liverpool. no residing in Washington, who formerly
l being exactly sure whether the sum for the sum providing the city will maintainand
nit ('h arlton's chief counsel. lost was $11I or $11. passenger! ', but had a cargo of war camp. keep it open. lived in Florida would justify the existence -

known that an agreement .JIII Martin's: office is directly munitions.II I On October 2 f sealed bids will he of such an association.
I ,' ..broughttin tomorrowling north of Sheriff Gordon's office. SIR .\ DJEWOBU: : DIES received ,by the council for paving Washington boasts! of many similar
aillbe I \S issrrn: : : MANY: HINTING;; : ertificate. notice regarding same organizations and they do a good
LIulS1S.bt.l. : : : I I f"' ii|i't. The death i announced ofSit appearing {elsewhere this issue. work in holding the people of the re-
of depositions taken" in ANOTHER;; SOLID TRAIN OF \r!
States occupied the great- CATTLE .! .'" \\,1. \1,1, ," 1.-. I--'It.f I 1t t tflu' 1-. ,,''ti\:! ,",r-.t) ..,,.'o.,iti-. IK- 'w;,. intu n clover union than would other-
the afternoon session to- t! I tt' .' ::, ,' t" ,.l.d:, I .- s.t.i-.d, ; : i- iv.i.: GERMANS: : SHOOT DOWN BRIT- wK:;.Jie' the case. While it is not hetknown
' .' evidence created a favorion Yesterday aftl'rlltl1ahollt I I.a nVl.vk: \.. ISII 1: .AEROPLANE: ( : : who the officers of the P1frtdasociety'

for Ch rton.a solid train load of cattle ct.nM-tr.ii.-:\ 1 MIDDELKERKE) )(: : will I-, it is quite probable

-. .-.---- -,. of twenty-live cars, passed through! Knights t that Senator Fletcher will become its
Orlando thv Atlantic C.i I I".. Of The Road Prefer Berlin. The following official coin-
t -
( ,,; ( li\\\ W.m.S: \ MANUSTIRD.Y ;; over first president u> he j is very popularin
en route to Odessa. Texas' from Kisimrnvv. [ 111'"1.. -.I ion was issued today: Washington not only with people
: :
The soak was& a.\. t h. "Durinif rf'C'htinuitt'rinv advnnceninthcat .'f his own Mate but with those from
'iiti. the irrepressible real average and was purchased l by Mr.I I' Ties To Work On Sewer System I; of Prunny in the ('rolm.I other sections also.
." G.: 1t.lrofrom: cattlemen 'rc-iidinv: I pagne, we made prisoners of four of-
'. got busy again yesterday.Mrnl ticer- and ::1.>4 men and captured three
in the neiihborhood! of the city on
shine and three mine throwers
Luke in.-i:' rugs -
MI choice lots in Colonial. f i 'lay1't! \i--'... .by t tf 1---;; ., 'I" 1 II.! t t.. . -k; MtK together with much material. : Sr.SOII
; I 't'h.. .I
(It. Phillips'iii! "
u .u: '. "i.-jt .<"'. thusd! th.r -At Midi'i-lkerke' i ii'.t-. ; j
in the second pdiUtimi! to : HOME SOONHon. w Mvi : t is lit III at: : .1. II. Dean manager of the Orlando
.. British machine II
.. ".d-! 1 - o a- VBirt.! i -a t > :i flying: was!
1 ... !Goth men are pleaedl'ii I -\\ t lit'LtTiie hit! "< item i.'h"1 i Telephone company who has recently
K \\.i-" .. -horrtani' ;f. *un'c i hon down and the occupants were
and plant to erect II-M W. R. O'Nt-.i, who is attend! 'Ii' near the, '. a>t I II. depot 'I.. t'n- 1 "- I i.-u-k. they, :n1'1,,'' !.nok( '1. '", -U and I -.iptured." returned from a trip to Kentucky be-
dt, ' the lots in the ne-ir futiirePUI. my the quarterly meeting of the ". lice, .i'-.d irate their naiiea- .I. Wparkman. i. de a -i.i-h forhe 'all t.n'i.Mr. . I ieves that Orlando and Orange coun-

board of control o1 the Knights of :McKe'. :ie. Hailey! H .irhe-: . Barton fie 1 his pi-tol! -('\'e'allt""t. i j WORKING: FOR FAIR EXHIBIT: 6 v will be flooded with winter tourists
: BROKE: ANKLE: YES-: Pythias at Indiann! ,:;. i is expectedto Vidreuund Iu'h. Th.Wt:"?t' S.'fh' :- .'<... hoping In stop then but thi- i iOl. j this season. He stated that all southbound

'IEKDXY: return to Orlando shortlv.THE ; I : iced to ten days on the 'stretts. .!y made them move all the faster i' St. Cloud plans to have a suitable !I trains are packed.

.. After a good dinner had been\ fur- 1 They ran through yards, jumped |, and comprehensive exhibit at the Sub
'. d 1'.1. deputy !sheriff while WEATHER ni-ht'thl'm l by the <.-ity. the hole- fer.i-e. and created consternation in i ihi' tropical :Midwinter Fair in Fehruar '. I I WILL RESl.ME PAVING WORK

tlda! n ]..t..i-\ 1-- .outh ofVirtei : \e-e, e-i-crted 'y P iKKk, i :th.' IT) ;, k highway, yesterdatfterSiooi \ 1':' -, :tt1ed: } '>\"' "' : I loco! : ( gc s1. .,' s.1. : Themade. : their ('-..tpe. ut it November Ladies' Home Journal The wi.k of, paving, 'hi- Oakland-
*. was thr.ivni to the brick i! sans c. : ; . :, ..hty, ,. n- i I..P -. ). ." ? -.' ,.c'I:I- -,'. :har rht'.10",1" \ -:'teaiinfu! picturewitn e i' !v ,. >o> t ir'ando' hii'hwas WI: ,.to "esumedn
'!-- when the front wheel! "buckled IK I ,. -," 'J!' ''It", t', "hlttJllg f.. ...f' ..if met> ""L>a.r1J'L'he "ooe"" it' ....,' , .*! a writ nerrh holl'';' i'urtis & rt'Neat. TOOK -tncj mit-iu ' wt>ek w>m ''J" eang Plenty
",',Ul1n"'f'' h hano
ke h. : e "H.. n aa; ag-aln. store <)i oru-K silo matei'tai i.on

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I ;::.I i'oat ..iMMi.otMioldie' -i: : t' < i :.
MORNING AND WEEKLY i :;y lt. S. Itranch.'I imtk--l'rion..
a ?!. .LKNN . . . . . . . )' Eric hanot re'n:e-tnl 1 i.'o ...' .
W C. Lssl.ToBusinra: : .Editor\\j jEn'ived -wer hi- questionsfot>' hin:. i't', ,t \\ twill :1 ITALIAN RYE
-unne the lespons-inult': o- -, \ -
ttrhefront as 1ing
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at the |M .tottift> at Orlamlu. -loj.n w :11'1"| { i ..
Ida u Sms.mi Ca.-H:! Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPT10yi the pat td i street to. theideualk! on that England needthut mill. '
KATfcS I P.o.ittsan l avenue are a decided I fighter to remain at home ui.1 I iru..T''i 1

D Jj. 1 VAr ........................ 15.00 the that her coasts; and dependent antihe 1
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.60 pro\'ement to abrupt drop im-I I needs another three million to send furnishan
Dail,. S Month ...................... L2SDaiir. made on most of the street over a- assistance to her allie- is one of the quickest growing of Hay Grasses, and will
1 Month ... ... ................. ..80WwLly. ; I -.--
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---.-1---Year- --.-..-.-.. .--....-... ........ 11.00 I Turkey refuses to allow the Red. i --- excellent pasture during the Fall, Winter and Early Spring.We .
- - -- Cross nurses to go and help the -\1'- !

4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE_ 11 turkeys menians.fret We excited have when always they heard-ee that n.,1.i are expecting a big shipment of this Grass Seed in a few days.

---- Those nurses should adorn then .lI n- $2915NASI1INETON1

TO ADVERTISERS: with yellow or blue crosses ifwish tr:<-... Write, phone or call to see us with your wants.
to enter the territory oi 1'!
and all otkrr hand-.et
far display
Copy ...... Gobbler."
ba. Un peakable
ad.ertirinet mutt be handed in at the >
vffic of the Sentinel not.I.tn than 2 p. m. --
th. day before publication. This rule applie Mrs. J. W. Gettier, of North ih<<< '_ D UI C CII
!. chances for eontrart .d..rti in.: it. I. avenue has materially improved : ,
lavanable' and will be strictly adhered to.Subarnbvre ange
- --- the appearance of her home with afresh I
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d..iirmg The Sentinel discontinued coat of paint. The pretty greet AND RETURN !
should notify the office in writing on lawn with the bright canary colored !

continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription It.11 rates bo, paint and white trimmings make a I D E; ..8.. t'r::

until notice to atop u received color scheme that is at once pleasing \ 1.Atlantic .\
Telephone Numb-r .. .................... uTnw. and. artistic. An otherwise pretty "
The Druir and SeedPROPRIETOR :\
house is often made more or less'' unattractive :
.\ .\Y, OCIOHKU _"3. 1'JIS. by an inharmonious combination !
Coast Line
of colors in painting.! 0
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Orlando is going to have the greatest _
prominent brewing company ear!
winter season in her history. ries an illustrated adveiU>emnt .i II.the Standard Railroad of the South CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
II daily papers quoting Thoma- ierson -
'* is now time to be on the lookout as favoring breweries ill a !,.t-
\ rake advertisers, beggars and ter written in IMti. Frobabij -". FLORIDA

1 But a hundred years of expel;ivi. K.' Tickets sold Oct. l:,lh to I'.Uhi !
o with brewers and brewt'rieha- c .1.-
will need then I inced the thinking public that they: i
people not :.Extended to Nov. lath: on payracnt -
have alIl'rs are no longer in favor of them. \\ h\
"'p tally. They .
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does not the biewii.ir conceit that >===-a
made Milwaukee iIIIi"UIIClotl' \\H.- -a
-0 :ow Wilson.tul other" iruat' pi..-t.>>!u I
i are the real boost +$4444"+C-t+ "t''II"llllt"ill't. .
instead. "f harkiiifl
day I suite-men ; : Steel Pullman Electric Lights
l. should lie given hearty11I..t ;
there lot of.iiilo hack a hui.dreileain- for testimonials. SALE'I
are a FOR
I I' ". the columns of this I Electric Fans ;
-ufy. -0- Give Us Your Order
_ "Let George do it" 11:1.on'nt before I
-A -
the u\ul l l'flUlllcOlllmj"itI':\ II I

,. ., miiea' ?s have ever l been I and persuade! them to pasa". resolution I I "'(' have ;. full line of icuctablv. for >ou to sleet l into;, -
the isle of Pines than providing for a one mill tax: on For Information Call on : 6 acres quarter mile from city, half
local Take advantage of our :Special, lor Saturda\ and Iond..) l Ii!
' tu market from our all I>uval county property to be used budded and
W. 1) WHITE D. T. A. i in bearing orange ,
I he size the color and the I for the erection of u county buildmvm \ I are a lew prices, : ..
unexcelled W. R. ()'XEAI C. P. & T. A grapefruit, $1,500.
the new state fair grounds George/ I % 21lh.at1.: k r Unir . . . . . .12-lit. . . . . . . . . . . . . '.. ,
o told the commissioners that twenty Orlando 10 acres "close in, 5 acres in young :Sack lour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i ,
nest thin that could possibly other counties were waiting to filowthe I hearing l grove; small house. : ofTtf. pvr Ih . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i I.
M A to gossipers would be the in- lead of Ihival in thus providing '' 10 acres, dose in; 8 acres extra 4-ll ('an C'offeeh . _ . . _ . . . . . . . . . "
on of a meter that could be at- funds for the big l building that willt 2 fine Ib. Hulk toT( f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ::0-1 l ,.'
.eel to the mouth and make poh- t )>t ?:$:sr.iHK The other twenty counties citrus land, acres 'UOO'I. leas 1 in bulk per Ib . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
ers pay for the word they use. ought to follow suit but we con- land. $600.00.CO b Uullrr. IHT lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : .,
0-- less that we are skeptical altout FIELD'SCHOCOLATE \ ; acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; I ('any \ladt": Soup: . . . . . . . . . - . :. '"
Editor Harris of the cala Banner. twelve or fifteen of them. :Maple Syrup: per can . . . . . . . . . . . . ''.''
the nestor: of the Florida press, wise- --0- I grove; 4-room house; good amp. per II,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I'' ,.
ly says: "The old democratic theory -r11ornTrin Near Beer and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1. OO Lemon Ilxtrart. 3 _:2.)c. Bottles . . . . . . . . . . .
that one good turn deserves another Palm Beach Post: The only near 10 acres, 15 acres fenced, small I Salad; lreini. : )('. size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .u
holds good in politics the same as in beer! I ever tasted 1 was in Orlando house, and outbuildings. ): Strained llone. per glass; . ,1 1-:,.
social !life and as our county officers in a little oyster joint. I can positively garage Toilet Paper. 1 IT. roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
have made such rood records it will declare that it is not intoxicat VANILLA I The land corners on large spring KeM Granulated; Sugar, 16 Ibs. -1'ii: \ I

be hard to supplant them:' This is ing. It is merely sickeiiinKt disheartening lake. Very cheap. 1500. Oli,e Oil. Sl.OO Bottle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "' -It
In fact, I 1
and dishonorable. !
of county. very TUTI FRUTI
especially true Orange 40 acres unimproved miles out v
o it is almost disl'utinand in my i i iICity ; With e erj &:>.OA order. rash or credit w* glee you ab-olulri\

We have been making further observations case refused to remain where it was GUAVAICE $1,000. free, one pound of (Coflfe and one pound of Tea.

about barbers and have put.Glad and Country
: :
nally pot them classified. The per- to know that you could not CKCAMS !
ct barker is No. 0. because he leaves wet the real article. Our sunshine. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS i

,thing to l he desired when he has handsome ladies citrus fruits pavedstrt.'ets. Property At War ; _ ___ __ _
fine homes enterprise ci\ic :; =
fished a shave or hair cutA No
1 >artier out jour face only once am'tly pride and "City Beautiful" are the II Time Prices ; .
applies alum to the punctureNo. real article'" not hyphenated with AUTO LUNaiES Our Grocery CompanyTwo i
': 2 barber makes two incisions "near. ,
I applies alum to the first one and In fact, so far as saloons are concerned A SPECIALTY ----- I .

per sauce to the other. A No. :l without our city Thorn.might" be Although called "A CALL OR riioxr : : Phones: 3 and 200
ber finds it necessary; to vaccinateyou rose a i
cheek in three plates and applie -hould be proud to have among u> so E. C. YoungI I : and 8 E. Pine J
6 Orlando Fla.
alum to the first pepper; | sauce to the bright and original a Thorn as the CLUB SANDWICH 23c.We .
second and tabasco to the third. A one that adorns the Palm Beach Post 10 UeXeill & Davis Block. :
No. 4 bail*! -but what'- the use, "f with his paragraphs.A I Zoom 569. .. "' I . . ,11. II" bf44.1:-+I I 1" C " i I r. .
harrowing up one'Ueiinir- al.>u: :
him. lie hat'l'r i I'ecn tr ul i l.iiulo! Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packet(
---0---- --
i and Delivered for All 'I
!S I* one that will yield a guarantee Ride IlaniricK's jitney bus, 5c. ,
I IA Poem For The Day I I. i income for ten year- \\e handle income Occasions Il I
i investments yielding S per cent I Yancey Meat Market Inc.
t net regularlj. deal: E-tate Bond. I ,
THC uui.iirM: : or : :Moitgajrtan; .l Income In\e-tment i
Your money should yield S per cent : The Eola Packing Company FULLY PAID UP
B. C"ok & O., I)rhll-
A thought that i.united from .1 I in Florida. A. i
friend to friend do. ln-l',IIIK T. A. Y NCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
wonderful .1.1 t\lt't Iltta'tSpecialties I I :I: I ORLANDO FLORIDA
Doesn't seem such a I
thing:; I !
\ H carries the prayer for a joy Pansy Plants RoseBushes : ; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
A-ithout end, I!
\ I' throbs with a bid, friendly: II Modt-rn Equipmt'ntShippers Florida and Western Meats
Petunia : ('II tCm Parker- j
anti r.uT Ca-h<< I'.t1.b.> :yelling j!
I OY'iterFi"I", Poultry, Vegetables, Grunt, J'tc.
i \t1ikht I f cheer in the -hadow Plants << ;rlJwerA;; l'nts IVrxmul:; At tt'ntiIn

I i Special 1 Attention to Hotel 1 and Out of Town Order
,\ .d-cu' afremeiit! daiktiis, th Growers; Shippers ai\tl Buyers invited to inspect the plant and ar-
1\ Lease jour orders herea fur harvjextinp tutu packing their crops. i iTriiit PHONES i Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
hvjutwith the 'h.. ranjri1 I I Residence ((33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St
.u.','.nn- 'Ill 4; r t tii. Packed :and !shipped as directed( hy the imncr nf the KootN.

.,)",.f(f andun l'i ii'hteiu,I TACKINi; llt "SK. -Coiner ('utH'untl'. :and .\. ('. ,)I.. Track

,, .violet a Dell Florist.I I W. H. HI'I.E.1J"r.: .I. S. PACK.; : .Isst! M>:r. ('. .\. ( O'IIH''I(

\ i ,'I'ie' ,ifu.ntti>- IIM.I, dn\: 1, I PatKinu Ilnu"' ,' I'oii'inin.; i ii \

I'' "" ,...d'.our h, sly.o foe. the laof| .I I J. M. OKllllirKSI'linnr i Patronage Respectfully Solicited II j The arket

nil' t'I'>' front the 0'pth 50' bur s.ullt .l.nkr toI bI I (l'
"\II a, I ,
1111 ,fli', .1111 ju-I UtilI< I tJ I POST OFF'CE


1 S S, t". .milt' tl'Icn ,'10'I.. : ORLANDO CONCRETE[ { Kept l iiinlcr Hit- tt"-t: l !sanitary cnnililldiis.ier .

I !In. hLi. the Mill. ..I'! Milt. I : > thing t'o'H.t.'nNl11)' from the tiled: and !kept lrt-.li I

'11.-11 1..1- 1 II- 1t .. Ira1.11 \ 1d and puie. ,
'" i We incite inspection and miarantev :satisfaction.- li.tvi
I 1 Inltll'\a ,.;:1 I Ln f.. .\\ AMI: rumMiiic.MNtis.: ( I.\IHES> : ON1.1
eoertIlung: in the Meat Line
: Al.I.O\\ii n 1\ miLDlNti; KMKITINSTUl
I I ill. that the lliiMlKl.i II,,' I 407 LONG; STHEETLII .

S.'I.".. otill I I the IH.Irt.d' IT011S. ii. JVT. soir *-.f& c < >.

.'- ; iriil.in s flit Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., _.:;o p.m. to G p.m., ...'W p.m. to 1M..">0 p.m. I PHONE \O. SO PINE: STRUT
,1-! ii call
II ,
"Il \\e need them till elates of Concrete work Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

5 "''n! h, in Phila.lo'-: done. Concrete Building Blocks, ,
-- ---
. - - - --- -- ---- --
L I -
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Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Benches !
--- --
A 1)\IISSIO1T:: 10 ( :]1: TTS
1.'I IS "' I II' ii I 111111) (;ES.Ila White Way Posts, Rose i

l( I I : 1'11:1! 11--: lit FILE I I and Vine Trelicos Fence and i CHALMERS AGENCY

Hitching Post Part Egyptian
: \ is paper tto
al of how Gcn; \Vases of every description i .: 1111 II U II U 11111 II II II I II II II 11.11 II I II III II U It

,, lI.n III chief "f the New Chalmers 6.10-7 will arrive about
and Bird Fountains. Bring your passenger the
"c, .:ted the operations, ; I REMEMBERWheat
plans and get estimate for con- : I 20th.
t' i S in the Cham pac Ill'
crete work. Call and see our
mash that contains liberal We do all kinds of
oats and dry a Repairing and Welding.
ir and other
;a p close to the front granite natural rockfaced
amount of meat scraps, are the BEST egg producing
v i j er kitchen where a tele- buildinghlocks.. Plansand
., Ji ., I feeds that can be ied to your laying hens.
i i i'O installed Gen. >ffrer .
...><- large scale map. heard I'I'' estimates made. All \\ork With eggs at 45 cents per dozen you MUST not neglect

." [ his officers and I guaranteed. ; to feed judiciously.See .
: : < gave:
1 in a calm voice. I II I that the hens have plenty of exercise, keep Venetian AUTO WASHING\ STATION

1 :- position the newspaper u-. I : red in the drinking water and supply a plenty of

}>,s, Gen. Jotfre remained lung: .; 1 A. B. Cook & Co. I green food and the hens WILL lay. They just can't
.n twenty-two hours-from help ; Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr

.k in the morning until half pas't Christ Building, Orlando. I ,

'Jut next morning neither eatinjet I I 1 L PHONE 417

drinking during the time. : I i Co-Operative Produce Co.

At the end of that period afte : Building Materials and Income

r.'htt', :' Cl '..ir! ,1.1"I"1 >. '1':.'I', 'L.(. W. S. DeWitt, Igr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 1-; ;

It I J''" ,, i i'I Investments t
1 Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsT.HE

I ; -

I M I S |I\ M 1" MIl I IS "fi'|1" i.. t On. ,HI.|. .in.., ) ill .. t .1.1nr. III.UK' Ml. M \sn\t| 11| | '(11'11'I 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .t..t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

...'t.uiy "IHlllnr)' pr.tvlaiouI, ul' 11'S'hlnrtnu. !II., I', In thi |I. :

II, i.nl""Ii''m 1\ tilt .k..il"nl..cri loiiipilhee' 4i i-e tint III, phiiej' : I bit! of MIIP.ill of t'rutlll1lt't11'r fi'iln' ill : :
.,iK I'lepiiudlirn IK III* 'the (",110'" iinmittl-e I I. illM-Allll? ur| purta' tit the "Tilted Miilio< : iin.l, I ,.., iIA. i-
"No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
,. '". t, Ni.iK\ |MIII. lit-Miii'tuii. ' ditlliled' |1"111"01 by Wht.h tli.'). I'tntld) b. ,", SovrrvlifH< iiuid 'OIIHH.II..Utifoiifo I : Nursery ;
I rirntiitk' Muiiie, Motnlu,, "> :
<, .1,1) n .V .'.itiiitiittee. to h.Mil I
helium* 'Hi Jllal What the tutsAttain, 11..1.,1' IN"' dedtvutosi| | | the nlnl',1tli-.I.I. .

p> \ .i.l dn 111 (.1" a hostile ami.) I I if the city, were near oeeupalin new )louse of Tent1Ae' of tht- ;.su; I : Unless Budded
ii. ,I. I lute the iifhUirlMMNl. MHO .by hostile troupe art and J wrlry prrm (''" ".-ll of the AIM'iunt lu,1 l .1.' : .

?ii h..lIlt.." in MI tired hungryli.iineleAit treasures would have to liere- eeie.l[ ] Krottuh Kite of r'reema-'i'n-, :

," l,. men women ant[ I muted to aafety. All buildings to Uprotected I far the northern jurisdiction of tlu from Bearing
UiruuK ) in this manner ore lintel United) States. .
,' fi one
'it' '' m r> in* "m
ih.' land at a command from headquarter. I The rites used were those ol' 1 h. :
II' ui'" r.i. .
'It l p"lh'' heads had never thought vans would roll up to their doors und order originally preparetl by th I-IK n
n t 'i--me this war busine-M-but pictures and statuary would soon bin I Sovereign i iran! l CommanderVi.it!I t : : t R : trees of a known
of Tike and rearranged especially' f..' ,
""Jo' i ,ul the newspapers and sxnni a place safety. ,
"> -i, t 1..10". from Poland and tteljnumi' I| New: York never hall more than I this occasion by Leiut. Grand < ..n,

,\. .r! imagination to working. I enough food to feed itself four days I manner Charles E. Kosenbaum Quantify and

mi" n>k' an enemy landed on i For this reason the police are prepared The ceremonies took place .it ""
t I i.ind and swept into Brooklyn, at an instant's notice to supervise main approach to the tempi .I' ':

,it' -in' 1.-4)0,000) refugees across I the bringing in of food supplies were open to the public.

b.,. ,u'' ,''Id, l ferries and through tun- from thoVest.. Sovereign i Grand Commander" Quality of Pro-
MI "' '", Manhattan. One thing that is worrying Inspector I was the orator of the day. Ito tt i

\\ -i.,,' would they do? I Schmittberger, however is the I assisted l by the eight other "U'..01:0.i:> I
admitted question of water. otficerof' the order.. w.a5e4.L
in ii' i'un.s of the police | t duction. -- .

11'14' I I Milton, celebration of deeperin I provided against and yet the em-my I

to'' \ n.uldn't. l lie in it. I might capture the Catskill watt;:h,"l land 1& Conner.

.. i "miiniittee on preparednei. leave New: York dry and ga:-pnik'. '' .
of Chief Inspector Max Fs I nut even then a number of 'himcoii- FOR SALE'
<'oIt. mir
'tin It' ,i.i r urr and Inspector Morris, denNerx such as are used ul..m,1ohll': 11or, like 'tlu ., toll work f.-.r yon while y..uI'p.| They can't I It"i

i .lit. .,,1.1 l O'Urien.. wan appointed. could convert sea water into * olAhull i thing diinkable. The polu-e are l I.M..king -I In pIN14I! location. .\ pain > inu!
making (
in"i 'h1It progress .. _
It.-rlm might well toO proud. into that.Ilostilitier \ tc 1'0 lntcnt.I I -

< n. .. .ml index system' is the mimeI in the neighlMirhood Owner has: other luixjueto
i demonstration TIlE OCKLAWAIIANt
might result in putting the Two yi-urs ago in their ndvertisinjr and by
. -, ni-Hipliuic and automolultin h""llhll''j' attend "and 1 must si1 1 1 sunn.Cash .
',. llleatrr; New York who lm and telegraph system of the ill Like automobilein KSKIUKS: : U'.....an to educate the public us to what really constitutwl a real, first-class
of business. The different police tla-' i or \ I The then shown in our test what could be ac-
II i n d,1 ,to help in time! of emerI..rt'flier I Ii nursery tree of citrus fruits. public groves
lions could not comniuiurutf, 'IHThaps put t p.ivnu-nt. I in nurseries began to cull for UKMANI :-
c with hm telephone rotnplislu by phoning,; trt.t.ous they are grown: our yes
i ,.11.1| all necessary detail i ? Not at all. The police '1II\'tJ : ) trees that were pn iKrly pnipa :ited TODAY nurseries that have not been in existiiue -
recently learned' Hajj wi..wu..arililt
,n ,i' .In machine. I the use of flash signals at night fioin I : lice years, are clamoring "I'EDUIUKEU"; : for their strong suit in nursery production. -

\ all surgeons, physicians school I the United) States' navy and! every -ta- What would YOU do in their place Mr.: Planter? Why of course you would sell your
nu 'w ,'hurdles, puhlithalls, :5!.l, \\ ('hurdl.I .
bun-inn.-, and other large structure tion can send or receive mes..iireto trees and adopt the surest method. Hut you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

a''j.i i 'i-il and described in retard to other stations without the use of a !! interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

a iiianility for emergency usefulness' wire. time und money to bring it into bearing.
Furthermore in a few week- a -y-
I t'n does not begin:. to cover the list tern of wireless communication will be Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

of ft' ,ouues which are card indexedIhete installed. Then, in five minutes a''I Specials for Saturday you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

;Ire added already 10,000 day.cards The and 1'0'h.'t' squad of policemen will be able to setup I I and Monday proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
nun are every a long aerial at a street: intersection : it.
first-class fruit and plenty of
< have at their finder tips all fact Florida needs in the market,
and send thirty to fifty :
about cas and power houses, art mu- miles. messages j Our trees will cost you more, may b;fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork

_eumdynamite depots transportation in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
This does not by any means cover 1C Ibs. Granulated Sugar _____ _'L"Ul"
\e---ils, inflammable oils: and the subject of police preparedness, 24 Ibs. test Patent Flour ------ 1.11(1> A-ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
National Guard. Sardines ,_,I
the 6 Boxes
Iniuitland -------------
which includes plans for protection incase I CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
<; Packages Washing Powder _u ,:!:. : comparison ?
IF all the refugees couldn't possihlommodated > of a great fire or an earthquake ft Packages Matches ____u__ _ ,2;,
I* o',- under roofs, refu as well as the approach of a hostile 7 bars Lenox or ti Octagon Soap ::.:-. :
re tamps would be established at Imported Lemons, per doz. - - .I
.. points in the big I army. Irish! Potatoes! per peck _-_ ,,;;, '
aefullplotted Pure t'offee per Hi.Nivr ___ __ ,I;.
.'11. III',rk". Each camp would consist I U \'EJII\i: : TO HI IN: ClI.\lua: Ilice. per lb. u- --- -- !"l;' : Ocklawaha Nurseries
<,- '.OIMI. !person, as the United State" I or ST.NAIOU: i urinicit: 'I Tall pink nWII'lm" .1" I'
arm.miderB. this the greatest num. Scratch feed grita

<..'! hat\ run be handled satisfactorily' [ Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 18.-The unveiling -I ::! f'II",1 pininds fur Soups: .._"_';".. : (). W. (Conner Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

II' I"'11! i, of the monument to theVo- Cnlif'-iniii l'<,;a'.In- 1'tn.1; .
for one In cixklnininpH *- of Confederacy on October d'tl! ; ,. '".
\ Ml.Oil ' of stove I men I'luin pt'i rn: iiMMMMMMMMMM
till. .1' has even I-ten pMkedtiuM will be in charge of Senator\ InmctitiV. I G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando
andt..a..u.:4; ,
UoiH'stViulitH' : ,
; ,
,Mil' Old bo quickly Mipptiel.i .. rtrtchvr" and I rse\eral( hundred out

|'l,,,\i.l"ial! contracts for great' out toun "pwple ntu rxpwtrd to attrnI -
fiMnUtuiTit have I iteniieil the, rerrtnonlvM. tilmt ('Alt'federate
of -
,11111' II"" : limy . MMMMiAn
Cot MMMM M 1.Mt+. ) MMMMMMMff Mf
.1...- with Trent puckltti tend prohurt' tetrrans t win* will stop" \er I. Grocery : .

mil ,tloaroncerlla.. i I here. en route to Oi-iilu to iitttttd I the Telephone. filS 7 1... Church St. I
tin.lue ) \t-t,'t foriMtfti wiiln' "t"It'llnl..." on (he followl1111,1.1',

Air of Confidence


1 '! 4 t N tiltttN: |porrertd'd: h>. the well drt"!" MMl man and it help'| him

I too. both In liu..itu'!, H mid MK-hl"' I life. 'llu-e Autumn Soils me
>. ; tf I'it'hlotiM, ru'i.lu-.t, .:'ltu'pa..lul1"| (,1"11Cut nnd, Smart" l.o<.ikniriHmilili .

anil Mtuli-nitfl I'rI''II.



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Our New Arrivals In Hats


Will make jou proud. They' ; : 1

don't look just like hats. In a J// jj

word they' are Exclusive i

Let Us Show You


Yowell-Duekworth Co.

Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It"'I' I



\DDI1 ION \I. KMis U t tl I NO SLRMl ESAll

Mi i uui: Mi-+ I lIa A. '1 ra MMre- tnenilis' ai.tj t'ut-ii.U: of the ,
:11'1.// \ -,.t"1 ila\ afternoon from Fine Christian church are l'ur.hall1II'ltt'l1 I
\ +1t'X.. Y.. where they have l been to attend the services :'undmllrll; A GOOD INVITATION A I
WinterParkNewsDaily -pr.iding the .summer, and are againoicupying ing at 11 o'clock, at the e Christian aim
their pretty home. ;502 Missionary Alliance room on We>t
Pine street. Sermon Elder L. W.
:South; East street. Their friends are by 1
:giving them a cordial welcome. They Buckley.Mr. .
i are pleased to be back in Orlando.Mrs. -- -- -

and Mrs.C.. C. Powers and
Mary Conant Xeill arrived in daughter :Miss Ethel, arrived jn the Ask your friends to meet you Saturday where a ;>l/hn+
Budget Of Items ConcerningThe I the city )yesterday afternoon over the city yesterday afternoon over the stretches '
Coast Line from Fall River Mass. Coast Line from Atchison Kas., to the farthest, where the variety of choice ith

where she has been spending the sum- spend the winter months at their greatest where you are sure of seeing the very newe t. a"" .
Town And Rollins College mer, and is again occupying "Rest home in Orlando Heights, 405: Piedmont
I' with the absolute knowledge of knowing that.your
money :>
Cottage, on the corner of West and avenue. were accompanied -
Anderson street. Mrs. Neill is one of by their son, Mr. Ed. Powers. receiving its fullest value in every offering made. They kn.'ait's
Orlando's most gracious winter resi- and his wife who will reside with
SOCIAL LAST EVENING I .\ GREAT them.Ir.. and Mrs. Powers have
PRIVATE SALE OF HORSES AND dents and has scores of friends who
SUCCESS 'I are pleased to see her again. been coming here for several years ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PI .\CE.
The largest gathering of Winter :\ILEST WINTER PARK and their many friends will be gladto
Park people for purely social pur- hear of their return.
which has been held for a number :Mr. W. II. Hazlett, who has been
poses of months was that at Hooker coming to Orlando for a number of Here's a few specials that will cinch the invitation':

Memorial church last evening. The SATURDAY OCTOBER 23 AND years, was among the prominent win-
affair was given by the Bible classes ter residents returning: yesterday afternoon ;;Oc. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSESAll
and the Christian Endeavor of the MONDAY. OCTOBER 23: over the Coast Line for an-
Congregational by church, as an informal other season. Mr. Hazlett has spenta H BERRY ages: newest styles, in good qualities of Gingham. Percales

social for the townspeople, and the pleasant summer at Avonbythesea Striped Madras, Cheviots, etc. $1.50 value
and of I ollins.lIan'est nevertheless he is glad to be at
students faculty I WILL HAVE A CAR LOAD OF Saturday $1.29
stunts of many kinds were I.is home, 614 North Orange avenue.
on the program and made the evening GOOD HORSES AND MULES AT He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
cracker _\. C. Voorhis, who will spenJ the
eating pass contest merrilyA caused intense relay WINTER PARK ON SATURDAY winter with him. A complete line of Ford Acces- I 33; New Dresses and 25; New Coats just arrived .onthis
ment for a time, as did the eXcite-I MONDAY AND WILL SELL morning's Express.
bing and similar stunts. LAND DUNN: RETURNS .\FTEltc..\- sories; a staff of expert mechanics ,
of the TION -- --
The most pleasant THEM AT PRIVATE SALE OR
for the contestants, that is-was the to render satisfaction in all 25; CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES
pie eating contest, in which some half WILL TRADE: FOR OTHER Dr. D. P. Dunn, the courteous and
dozen guests were supplied with real popular "night man" at the Atlantic lines of Automobile Repair Very similar to the above, but assortment of mit: r ;1""-

pumpkin pies "the kind that mother HORSES. COME TO THE DAMS Coast Line passenger depot, has returned lightly less, beautifully made, in nearly all ages. Sl.ooij\ : ,..
used to make," and when the signalwas LIVERY BARN AND LOOK THEM to his post of duty after Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
given each of the lucky contest- spending his well earned vacation in Saturday SS!>k.
ants commenced eating his pie, amida OVER.: CHEAPEST CAR LOAD OF Asheville, N. C. and Montgomery, Gasoline, and fair and square
volley of advice and criticism from Ala.
the envious audience. HORSES EVER: SOLD IN FLOR) prices. Fashion's latest diction in Coats and Dresses ::1';
Aside from the contests and games ALL WATER HAS RECEDED 1- I
the affair was one of real and unaffected -

pleasure. A splendid musical HENRY MEADORS. Practically all surplus water in Or-
program was carried out, in the lando caused by the recent rains has I
course of which vocal solos were rendered receded. The city commissioners
by Prof. Itt S. Pope, Mr. James 1 however, are still deluged with complaints For Nine YearsWe (With Bloomers)
Noxen, Miss Eva McQuaters, and "SCHOOL :"Hmr1' TIIEREVIVAL ; from various parties which
Miss Florence Keezel. Splendid or will be met with all possible haste. An ideal school dress for the winter warm and comfy 1

chestra numbers were rendered by a fine gfade of French Chambray, dainty colors, absuli: ,:,
the Winter IVrk orchestra. Light refreshments 'o3.t; night a great crowd, largely have been in business at the
in keeping with the nature composed of young: folks and children, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY fast. $1.25;: value Saturday 9Sc.

of the "han est time," were thronged the auditorium, galleries, same location, Corner of South
served during the evening. and lecture room of the Methodist FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. with I
church to hear Mr. Holcomb on all modern conveniences, for housekeeping Main and Church Streets. Fashion's latest diction in Coats and Dresses : l:-t
SOKKENTO NINE I DEFEATS WIN. "Choose you this day whom you will near Eola park. 307 East I .. I
TEl: PAUK serve." The singing: was very fine, Pine street. 10-23-6t" Phone 226 rrived.
Upon the IJollins\ diamond yesterday and Mr. Jeter's amusing: pictures elicited -
afternoon the local baseball nine much praise. The closing mo- WANTED Young lady stenographer.Call .
went down in defeat before the Sor- ments of the service were of intense; between 8 and 9 Monday morn-
rento team by the close score of 7 i interest as scores came forward to ing. I Rooms and 6, Watkins Block. Orlando's Leading Repair Shop Just the very fabric for the coming weather (oh yiit'H!
to 6.Ian errors were made by accept Christ. More than forty 10-23-2t*
) per-
I' be here), soft and downy, close and thick in a splendid rni; *
both teams, and at no point was either sons gave their names as desiring: to and Garace p

bunch so far in the lead as to make apply for membership in some church, LOST-White and black pointer dog, 1 of new checks, new stripes, new splashes new grays browns
the uninteresting. I and nearly one hundred came forward _
Will game Hunter, for the locals pitched for prayer. medium size collar, about when one year old; pinks, skys, cream and white. Worth 12fiC.Saturday : .
u steady game, and was well backedby I j At 100 Mr. Jeter preached an my name Dan. A. W. Barlow. 10-r3-lt; 10 yards for 9c.I ; .
his mates but lack of practice I earnest and impressive sermon on
handicapped the home team. Considering -( "The Gospel According to You." At Save 50 Cents
the fact that the nine noon the men's LOST-Thin model Waltham watch, ;
was | prayer meeting was The last word in Autumn Styles in Coats and Dresses
silver with chain in northeast Or-
picked up on short notice it made agood well attended and helpful. i I
showing against the fast Lake It'\ \Announcements lando, or on road to Winter Park. i opened up today. I
county team. Sunday-Revival features will be Finder return to O. J. Williams. 4West
The batteries were: Hunter and Al- present at each service. Livingston avenue, and receive I This can be done by purchasing -
bury for Winter Park, Merrill and !>:-5 a .m. I'ible: school. Doors of reward. 1O-2: 'lt" UMNCH LONSDALE SHEETING
Newman for Sorrento. Prof. II. S. church opened. a $5.50; ticket at the Model I
Pope acted as!' umpire. The local lineup 11 a. m. Preaching by Mr. 1101I FOR SALE-English Pea Trees. The Welcome news to many. We sold out last time we put this
was as follows: IJarze, center; I comb; subject "The Bethany Home." peas they l hear are very much like Cafe for $;>(10. Thus you save I special on. We may do this-no telling-at any rate you may
Walter Hunter. short; Albury, catcher Revival music. Choir assisted by the arden peas and they grow very rapidly I
10 cent all eat. So it have this quality, which is sold all over the States at I 12'-.i'
L. Lobean, first" base; Chico feral, orchestra. and are very prolific. Trees per on you I
second base; Donning right field: 3 p. m. In the church, a great from 5 to 8 feet hiJhto cents each or- a yard, 10 :yards Saturday 9Sc.
Harrincrton. left field: Evans: third woman's meeting: I led by ;Mrs..Jeter. 3 for ?1. Apply to T. II. Ful1-r. 07 I follows that the more you eat
base; Will Hunter, pitcher. 3 p. m. At the Grand for men East Pine street. 10-2() :>-Ct( .
only. Mr. Jeter will do some fine cartoon the more you will save. The last word in Autumn Styles in.Coats and Dresses
FIKST: ISSUE THfc WINTER work. :\11'. Holcomb will preach; I I
PARK POST ,APPEARS: subject "David: Saint or Swine?" I These tickets are good for the opened up today.
WEEKLY: : NEWSPAPER ft:15 p. m. Devotional meeting for MisdirectedEconom.y
The first issue of the Weekly Winter -I young people, by the League !led by I! 25-cent meals, 15-cent specialsor
Park Post is just olf the press
and makes a fine showing for the T-W p. m. "0 minutes song service anything from the short or- The famous D. H. in a diamond make. Splendid for under-
ability of its editor. F. Ellison Adams, ; sermon by Mr. Holcomb.
to nroduce a sheet of live Winter Monday-No day services at the der list-day or night. wear and a host of other purposes. Grand for wear. Very

Park news. In the first issue appear church. Preaching: at 70 p. m. Itwill Trying to few cents fine A regular 12V c. fabric.
specially attractive artcles concerning l he a great business folks meet- save a by Our oysters are fresh every even weave. _
the Winter Park golf links and inJ:!'. Every man and woman in Orlando having your work handled by in- Saturday 10 yards for 9Sc.
the Woman's Club. Several interesting who is in any wise engaged in hus ferior hands. day.
departments are devoted respectively ness pursuits should be prest"nt.Ir.. Your personal influence is
to Rollins College Winter Park olcomb will bring a helpful mes 35;: New Dresses and 25;: New Coats just arrived on
social l news. Maitland news, and official sage.,: greatly enhanced when you are I I
news of the Florida Audubon Society. ....General cottage prayer meetings: at clad in immaculate linen. this morning's Express.
.HO .
columns of p. m.Tuesday100
The advertising
I : a. m. Preaching.
Post being substantially supported :
the are I
by the merchants of Winter OrlandoSteam

Park and Orlando. NE\I' BRICK ROADS WASHED I The very first time we have had the opportunity of puttingon
The editor's greeting: closes!' with AWAY:
these words: "Hearing our motto 'In such extraordinary value-and we have Ptlt on many.
the Name of Winter Park,' we Winter now Rains Destroy :New Roads in Orange The Model Cafe Everyone knows what a French Gingham is, or ought to.
take pleasure in placing the County DRY CLEANERS
latk: Post into circulation hoping: This shipment includes all the new Tartan plaids so extremely

that it will make" many friends every (Eustis! Lake Region) LAUNDERERS I fashionable for all purposes:: at the present time. It's the regular -
where it goes. The editor of this paper has seen PHONE 88
a dozen photographs showing vividly I 25c.; quality. On Saturday our price is --______Lie.;

WINTER: PARK NOTES the direful effects or last Thursdaysrains - ---- -
-- -----
upon Orange county's brand
:Miss Bertha Smith is expected to new brick roads along in the Apopka. Men's FurnishingsIts
arrive Sunday from Xew York where Winter Garden and Orlando section.
she has been spending the past few The fine new brick road crumbled like Hats and Men's Furnishings
months. pie crust, the concrete curbing gaffe full time you men looked over your wardrobes and
tray and the sand base washed out. made preparations beforehand to meet the cooler weather

The peanut and popcorn stand leaving no road bed at all for stretches which i is:: inevitable. "Coming events will soon cast their shad-
which is Wing fitted up on the south es hundreds of yards.:: The rain fall
end of East Park avenue will be ready was from seven to ten inches and it ows before. Don't get caught, we shall not, for we have lust

for business in a few days. showed up the brick proposition on received
\Ve have a fine line of "No Name" Hats latest styles
Florida sand roads. A drummer arriving A full line of JOHNSON & MURPHY high shoes in all the
This evening: at Cloverleaf Cottage in Eustis after"navigating"tho and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes
road in Ford new leathers and new shapes and models from AA to E.
. the girls; who are attending Collins a up to its l belly in the and Men's Furnishings.
for the first time this;: year will be flood said that people went fishing: inthe Another shipment of Fall Shirts ":\IAXIIA TT AX" and
school mates.A middle of the brick road and actually
initiated by their older "
CO. ;
caught one-and two pound bass "YORKE SHIRT $1.50 up.

strong contingent: of Eustis and where five pound brick were wont to NEW LINE NECKWEAR, positively the last word in

Sorrento people motored over yesterday be.The Fashiondom from New York. :JOe and ;3.:>c.
afternoon for the purpose of same hard rain fell at Mount
rooting for the Lake county team in Dora, but her admirable sand-asphalt
the game with Winter Park.C. roads shed the torrent like a duck's

ark and demonstrated that ?."> cent the New Store, Winter Park Fla. Grocery Department
I. Ferran of Eustis, was in (per square yard) asphalt roads are
town on business yesterday afternoon. infinitely superior to brick at any
lie was accompanied by :Messrs. Carl price, much less at $1.50 per square Winter Park Florida I THANKSGIVING;} DAY is scheduled for the very near fu

Mantev in the'ball and game Carl Schmidt t between, who Sorrento took yard. I ture. It's a day of great preparations. We can help you out

and Winter Park The above from the Eustis Luke i for our stock of condiments! is more varied than ever before.

Region is very misleading Edi'r I Everything of the choicest, everything to tempt the appetite.
Edward Albury and son Paul of Wood must have an axe to grind. It OM tlM I I tt I . >, I MM \ MMMM 111 > I II . M 1 Don't leave the preparations for this event till the last moment -
Orlando accompanied by the latter's was:: the worst rain that this section! I' ;
wife and mother-in-law.. M. A has ever experienced. It damagedthe : -look ahead !
Curry, were in Winter Park yester- roads some. but they were never We are strong on fresh vegetables and fruit, try us !
day to witness the haseball game, the washed away. It came near washing: Winter Park Auto Co.
younger man catching: for the home away pine trees, railroad tracks and i I
team.A we know what not but the brick
roads of Orange county are still intact
number of Winter Park Elks attended and open to traffic every day.

i Orlando the lodge big Thursday meeting night given and by the report BUICK and FORD CARS \
Guests registering at the :San Juan
having enjoyed the affair greatIv. hotel yesterday included I'aul W. l Dickson -lves Co.
Numbered among the party were Orchard Arcadia; C. E. SchiHe. W. t
William Crosley. G. N. Denning. A. K. Jones 11. W. Lyons. Jacksonville
Schultz, and :M. :M. Smith, exalted :
ruler. W. L. Lehman J. H. Holcnmbe. Guy H Repairing Painting and Auto : :
S. ,
Davie Tampa: B. L. Suggert. Columbia. -
S. C.: 1-:. I D. Phillips Fernan-
t.'rnnk1.: I loo c the water and light department of tan1 1 Hire: New York: D. I.. Roderick
Winter Park, was an Orlando visitoryeMerday. Milwaukee; G. W. Johnson Birming DEPARTMENT STORE.
:Mr.' loC: !ta I" getting
ham: A. I' Connelly. Sanford W. 1 D.
: ... ...
things in Miape and 'before long the
Hkh\')', LnWaiwI: Chn. K. Mahar.
working plant will banin.b.:, placed Several uj"new>n a innovation round W. Alexander.'. Cincinnati.An DAY AND NIGHTIMMMMMMIMMMM "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"

are planned by :Mr.' K:<>OHI and
he i I. getting the plant thoroughly ad. in the Morning Scrttnel,! It a
1I'IItl'ml1tlu'l.I. safe InvMtirenl. +MIMMMMMMIMMMMMMM I


(@rlttu n SnrietJ Favorite IF- 1 0 a JICO

n Get It At Allen's"

Bi.-on. "The Sea l.h --t" In two ,

SIGNATURES; : WELL-DUCK WORTH Beauty. "The :Madonna."

Washington, Oct. 22.-Determinedto COMPANY Keystone.< "Killing Horace."
compel congress to turn its atten- Five cents to all.SPECIALS. I
tion to the woman suffrage question, The show windows of the Yowell --
two women today are motoring across Duckworth Company are most at- -- i

the American continent bearing a petition tractive. Particularly is this true of: TODAY t ... r IA 1 Cl
which by the time it reaches the display windows on Orange ave I

Washington is expected to show at nue. The window to the north has: Country ergs __________________:%c.
least a million signatures of persons for a background a profusion of tas- Cabbage _________________ ____ :{c.
praying for equal suffrage.The seled sunflowers and women's costumes Bananas, doz. ______________ ____loc.
women are Mrs. Sarah Bard are prettily arranged on mod- Irish potatoes, peck __________ ___:{;5c dt tt v'w
Field, of Portland, Ore., a prominent els. The effect is most pleasing. The Pork veal, mutton, lamb. beef
feminist of that state, and Miss Fran- center window has hollyhocks for dec- (Florida and Western), brains liver, .
ces Jolliffe, a sister-in-law of Rudolph oration and several beautiful speci- fish, oysters, chickens of all kinds O 0
SprecMes, the F: n Francisco sugar mens of the milliner's art are grouped sausage, hams bacon anything in We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have
millionaire.A artistically about. Both of these windows -
the stiflfrnge booth at the San I are illuminated at night by a the experienced meat line.and Our courteous.meat cutters Our are deliveries -r hundreds of these pretty: l 18tiks,te fcjtfran the price is

Francisco evposition, these women ft't green light' producing a beautiful *
Meats handled:
gathered 1 n half million signature 'or I effect. The south window is filled under the are most prompt.sanitary conditions. I only 25c., including engraving, and they avery popular.
their petition, which asks a constjt'i- n-th articles or men's attire and they YAXCEY MEAT MARKET.
i tional amendment (permitting: -vorr.en I rsi very neatly arranged. This window 10-23-ltc I
to vote. Then they fared forth in n has the white lighting in striking II I
touring car, and cro.sin-t r.'<)untnir.c: ; contrast to the other two windows. I I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
and deserts, picked i up signatures en j The windows are not overcrowded and BAKU :S MAKING PROGRESS ,
Cincinnati route. Speeches ur,' n2 the s'lTr.-ge: l'f iisequently everything shows to the<
cause are being delivered by th women j i lot st advantage. Passersby stop for: James II. Barton, in charge of the d]
as they pass through the !-i'ies '! many minutes and carefully scrutini'e sewerage repair work on North Orange "*.1 inTTi -
and towns lying in their routes In I the displays. One man who has: avenue is making slow but sure I
the principal cities they are l heinl'i at- ey' for the classical remarked: progress.Beginning. '
w. >>;-ial receptions by the local l "This t..kes me back to good old I'f -
Dealer suffra- .s. !I nroa wa :." - Unusual DesignsSome
: Friday, October 22, .t.I4F %W
The 'r. u--v.* t of th" trains i is:
Saturday and Monday, we
Kanss j, Nov.? ;:> !.ndianrr uneapc.lis. ,, :.MEETIVJ, ; ; VT ORLANDO IS MOST will sell 10 yards of best calico for 25 I 0 N} H', :ir' 'r': o .7 t. ..9'\' ; people, in fact. a :great many,
Oct. 2yKairw: .. ; \
SUCCESSFULBradentown; cents. Sold 10 to 10:30 o'clock
. .-
... .
Y" and effects
Hs -- .i" 7.; -. TV Tv J Vo. a. m" and 10 yards to each customer.At t H: ,: -t: prefer unique

;i . C ..mis.'V ( Journal) II. Kanner's Great Annual Sale. ,' ,- '; \ ,-.5., .;" ..:. :-,. .,,, in wall decorations. We anticipate

Says: Nov. ISErie., 'I.. Xo1"; C->' .1 I : "'er W. U. Lathrop re 11021dltwltOSTEOPATIIIC I tl/! 1 -,. .' ,,"tJ .I.',(!'" .\t ''.;,' these demands and always 1 carry in
Nov. 2U
;f.Mita'o. Nov. 1': Sr C! ; i I
( ':ari-cJ ti;_: rom Orlando where he :. I ) ..;.: .. stock something entirely different
-rinirfiel-1. 't "
\1 >:mSM' 21: i .."
: .
of ,e\ "
district meeting .
conducted "
I ;;;: 'IIr- from others. Will call here
.-. ; .\ or
2": not-. N 24: Pn' 'it'ir 'I I'IIICI.Sl"RitO AND you
O. O. F. which the largest of: i .
was t i
'- \; ..- IT \ ?-- N..v : ; : ?
I > --n. "V. the district meetings which the Bra I I . .K. will we send our sample book to you
,. :: ""'W"tiuv.' 301 i.dentown officer has conducted since Dr. Howell, osteopathic physician I 11 I -.....''" '.-.'..,._4 ,',\ .: -- -- -- ---- --
w; ,
Philadelphia Itec. 1: Baltimore, DeC his election to exalted position in the and surgeon, announces that he has I I "
:1, and Washington Dec. 0. fraternal order. returned from Harvard University, : JJ, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.

They will arrive in the capital the There are sixteen districts in the where he took post graduate work in 1t. \ \ 1I
day congress opens and after presenting state which are to be visited by the eye, ear nose and throat diseases. j I '\ 205 S. Orange Avenue
their petition to President Wilson Also physical diagnosis (nerves
within the There
will egin an active campaign to convince 200 in attendance at year.the Orlando heart lungs kidneys and other viscera COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261.
"We have in the were
members! of congress that the ), and electrotherapy and conta-
salvation of the country lies in the meeting.: gious diseases. Office. Cheney building -
Grand Master I-athrop, in his visit:
adoption of a suffrage amendment. opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone I
of the finds
in various parts state a
past year placedover BIRD DAY+EARI.1ER hopeful spirit prevailing in the fraternal : Office t';17; residence 1018. I I

and in association with
order material -
250 DODGE In compliance Julia A. Hanson with a request chairman from of affairs.
"Bird Protection" in the Florida Fed- Throughout the lake region, the officer i
notes that hkeare filled! to
eration of"om'n's Clubs a l letter
overflowing they have not !been before -
Cars in terri- as
our has been received from Governor GRANDTODAY
in recent years. A rainfall of!
Trammell stating his willingness to twelve inches rC'ntlwas recorded DIRECTORAND
designate "Bird Day" in January,
and a at Orlando, followed by rains of lesser
tory, just as an or in the early part of February, volume.
stead of in May, as was done in EMBALMERAll
The reason for appointing an in-I
illustration of the date is that many clubs adjourn OPENING( OF( SAN JUAN COFFEE; I --.- --

April, and in South Florida most ROOM AND ANNEX CAFE I
the rural schools close by the end of
satisfaction calls Promptly Day
theyare April, and the scholars are too much On Monday morning the San Juan !

occupied with (examinations etc.. to coffee room and annex cafe will open
will take the interest that should be secured for the season. The large dining or Night. Hand Block.
giving say in our birds in the final weekof room will be opened at a later date. "JANE WAS WORTH IT,"
the school term.-Pensacola Jour- From 6; o'clock a. m. until 8:30 o'clockp. i

that DODGEowner nal. m. quick lunch service at popular Orlando Florida.
a prices may be obtained. In the cafe A Vitagraph Special Feature in I ,

l ENTERTAINED: :SEWING CIRCLEMrs. there will he an a la carte service at
: Frank Greene. of South Par- all hours from 7 a. m. until S0 p. m. PHONE 639. RESIDEi\CEPHO\E 457,
has just reported -ramore street, entertained the Sewing The very best service may be ob. Two Acts.TIIBHUilAX .

Circle of that neighborhood Thursday tained.
afternoon. Refreshments consisted of
to us that (nitIad., cakes, and iced tea.
Those present were :Mrs. L. II. Cris- NOTICEThe JtMIMIMIIIMIIIMIIiniillllllllM M MUM Mi

ler and niece Miss Marian Rodgers x
he had of Orlando has for sale CIIAIN"
just return of Walla Walla, Washington, Mrs. Ed. City :
about $1:> worth of
paving assess
Huh'I.Ir"! : McKay.;: ;Mrs. John -
Gould; :Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. ;Merle \"eihI ment liens, payalbe in 1, 2, and uyears Kalem Drama.
ed from a trip to bearing S cent. interest :ti
and :Mrs. (;reene. All spent avery O'NEAL
I man. enjoyable afternoon and will i Sealed bids for same will be received : I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM ; ;

melt next month with Mrs. Carroll. and opened at the regular council
Buffalo in his + meeting to be held on October 2'>.

INTERESTMiss 1915. at 2 p.m.c.un. .
DODGE Car : : Mary Howard, who has been JAXSEX, City Clerk.1023tc "DUD VISITS THE ZOO,"

on spending several weeks very delightfully :

in Asheville, X. C.. returned Essanay Comedy.
which he home last evening over theCoast Line. THE CASE OF BECKY I
averaged She wa joined 1 in Jacksonville by her I I I

ister, :Mrs. W. E. Shine, who has The Case of Becky, in which JesseL.

25 miles to gallonof been absent from Orlando for the I-asky presents Miss Blanche Sweetin CURTIS & O'NEAL
past month dividing her time between the stellar role, was one of the i
that city and White Springs. best attractions which has been presented ;)c. IOC.IJUILDINfi .

gasoline and + at the Grand. Orlando's pop-
MEETING: OF CIVIC LEAGUE ular moving picture theatre drew an ---- -- -- i
There will be a meeting of the Civic attentive audience last night and one I' Insurance Loans Real Estate : :

the oil !League Monday afternoon at i0: :: which was greatly pleased. It was a )I.TEHI.LSxn
consump- o'clock. Att o'clock there will be a good attraction. ; ESTIMATES
short session of the executive com- Rentals
We are prepared to furnish esti-
mittee. A large attendance is urged.
.. tion was so small + :Mr. J. A. Abberger, the genial Florida mates on lumber and building mate- !

DELIGHTFUL DANCE agent of the Nashville Chattanooga rial of all kinds. Give our service a

that it was hardly A delightful dance was given by & St. Louis railway, returnedto trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
the younger; set at the Roof Garden Orlando yesterday from an extensive 10-19-20t.
last evening. A large number attended tour through the Northwest. Mr. ii I
and the dancing enjoyed Abberger reports that he found the i
noticable. 1 was INGLENOOK CAKE AND iI i
conditions of
until a late hour. Music was furnished general the country
bv the McIntosh orchestra. through; which he travelled to be i in CANDY PARLOR I

Mrs L. II. Mulholland was chaperonfor excellent shape. The day he spent in
the evening.NEW St. Paul, Minn., he says there was an ESTABLISHED 18Sf
inch and a half of snow on the ground. Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches

Mrs. .\hber er, who has been visitingin etc.
ENGLAND SUPPER TONIGHT Indianapolis. stopped over in At Orders taken for parties.

lanta to visit Mrs. \\'. A. House. and Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
Mrs. Dwight 101 Xorth Orange will reach Orlando today.
avenue, will open her cafediningroom Arcade II 111111111111111111 1 111111111111 1 11111111111111111 4. '"
with a genuine New England
1.-iked bean supper, with lots of other ORLANDO( TELEPHONE CO. .r
+ MtMMM'. 1 1..1111 .
good; things to eat tonight from 5'IO:
to 7 o'clock. An especial invitation to Dar am no home in dis whole worl,

business people wishing; to get supperup Oat you kin call complete, 4'fro.. -
town, Saturday night. Also todav on"t keer ef youse man boy or girl.. rtTr w
throughthe Dat home it am not sweet .
and every seaOnIrs.Saturday. Dwight following will have Widout youse got a telephone, - J Pipes:
Pipes Pipes
Boston baked I beans of her own cooking Ef you is blacker white, v
Kase when dat thing am in home.
on sale promptly at 4:30 o'clock. yo
Try them. 10-2:>-ltc I You den kin say: youse right.

ATTORNEYS HE.CH.nlXU Orlando Telephone Company We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
You sho should paternize.
NEWELLMr. Dat name it sho sounds good to me.I best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

IW Braxton Beacham Jr.. and :Mr. simply put you wise: pipe to
Oey* duty Noun to treat you square.To i t it will pay you.Ye will also cut your
Leigh Gibbon Newell, who went to Tallahassee -
treat you wrong! dey would not install it yourself. On irrigation -
the first of the week to take measure soou can
the examination which would entitle
I them to practice law in all the state Dey am jes what dey am. work you can save money by having us

courts. were among the ;successful; aspirants Subscribe wid dem, you'll neer regret, t t cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
that effect being
Phillips telegrams to -
You !lartinill rejoice,
received. by the young men last I Dem phones de bes dat Ise seed yet as you can install it yourself.
these young gentlemen will Orlando Distinct sho crowns am you it fer voice.her King < We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
make for themselves in
the field a reputation which they have chosen that Dis state says its her queen, ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
Orlando Co.
Telephone we sing.
& will be most enviable, is the
prediction fit them if
of their many friends and the Dat am jes what we mean. may have your preferred plumber up

Sentinel extends its heartiest congratulations -I You wants de "doc" jes turn de crank,, you desire. Do not forget to look at the "American" -
AttorneBraxton Beach-
am, Jr., to and Attorney Leigh Gibson Yo number quickly give. Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
Ill bet a nickel, bet a bank,
Newell.It .
I Dat patient sho gwine live. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Yo auto hit am out hits class,
certainly does look like the season I don't keer how much speed; for five years.
was again with us when we are Orlando Telephone fust and last,
able to chronicle the return of Mr. Dat am de thing yo need.
and Mrs. Andrew Turnbull, who have ,

been spending the summer at Crystal Up yonder in dat clear blue sky, '
Lake, Mich. This estimable couple Sometime you set en look L f F. Joseph Raehn Co.
have been Orlando for _
( several Yo head as empty as yo eye,
and their arrival is cause Also
years yo pocketbook;
for genuine rejoicing with many I But if you had a telephone, I am
friends. They are occupying their Hit almos seems to me, THE PIPE MAN i

pretty suburban home just'northeast Yo message soon up dar'd be gone,
of the city on It. F. I). Xo. 2. Fum Orlando Phone Company. -,,. ,"., , ,. .., ,.. ,. ,,, , .", , , ., , , , , . . $. -




UJ(. JKUIsM I IMMK.KIIN(; for Joe Lannin, of the :
owner Hid HnLlII) f. PFRMIT FOR
SIII".uu" .7.UUII.UUII) ("O Tn.\( T nm1 1U'I'LIES B:
I When the Phillies cinched the
mission pennant .
: Tampa. Tla -Records of 1.uilJinpermits by Russia
Baker decided to build 400 extra
took a jump of $IU0,000Tues-
of Jewish residents America in thevarious in the ''
FRANK C. MENU seats right center section of
day morning when the permit for New: York.-The distribute'''i I
war zones of Europe, I idorHerehfield The Famous New York Sporting ; the outfield. He wanted to increase j'I .
erecting the tanks for the Mexican $;7,000.000 Russian war i.r-' ,,
lawyer, will leave forKurope Expert
a i the income from those pames-and he .
Petroleum munitions and .
t Hooker's
company tupplit-* !l
on ThursJaj.: :Mr. Htrshfield did at a cost of $XO,000 to Lannin and
Point was entered. This awarded to this hinounccd. lK'lV l
will act as representative of a numberof : New York,-\\hat dostatistics pre-.!series himself. permit was country I
,granted some time ago foj the coun. The Bradley ("(a.> rr--: :
Jewish societies. i I amount to anyway in doping Iutfy Lewis drive in the eighth: ,
dl and the work of awarded
erecting one othese f company was the mu'
:Mr. Hershfield will undertake a I out a world !series lonflict! of the fifth bounded I I
game into oil tanks has already been done. contract, which totals about $. ,,,_,,
Study' of the conditions of the Jewsin I Harry' Hooper made only two home those bleachers for a home run. I.or- ,
The fact that the 000 and includes .. .
I ; permit was granted 1.Ot..I.4Jt.41.'HIII' .1.
Europe and will endeavor to spread I runs during the entire 1915 placing inp Gainor ahead of him, and tying '
by l the council and cartridges. Its .
not through the contract flru'idt -
: a knowledge of American immigration I season-tin average of about one the score. If those.! bleachers hadn'tbeen I
I i Luildmg for a new , .
intpectorollice was the one-man machine gut "\ n
laws with a view to discouragingthe home run in every 75:: games. And there, the outfielders could have
(I I cause of its not being placed on the is earned on a soldier's baik 1 I.
coming to this country of those j there in that fifth game of the Phil grabbed it on the rebound from the I!'! .
'records of the an American invention ,
Colonial inspector's The A c."' c '
I who would be excluded. It is estimated -I lies-Red Sox battling Hooper banged fence and held Lewis to a triple- : I .
regular for ,000.000 of .. ,
permit was regularly placed yards cloth t i i
here that Jews have I
1,500,000 'out two circuit swats."Cactus" probably a double. I j!
'on the list this morning in order thatit coats was awarded to the \nu _l .v,,
been driven from their homes in Europe I Cravath was figured as In the ninth, Harry Hooper's smash I|'
show future Woolen '.
may in statements
ref iompanjDressmaking
and the Hebrew societies have one of the greatest offensive factors which netted him a home run also !
received thousands of letters from all I in the Phillies play Hadn't CravathI bounded into the bleachers If they f I pardinj the amount of building operations -

parts of the United States from per- I whanged out 24 homers; hadn't he averaged hadn't been there Hooper wouldn't in this city for the present" .

sons who are anxious to locate relatives -! one hit in every four times at have gotten farther than second or I)'ear. Parlor

HILLSIs abroad. bat i throughout the season! Sure he third, the Phillies might have won the While this permit has the figuresof

One of )Ir. Hershfield's objects will ',had.. game, and the series would have pone $100,000 on its it is stated that the

I Il.e to ascertain how many Jews are Well, the "slugging Cravath made one pame-possibly two pames-far- building of this new petroleum oil
likely to come to America in the next j exactly two hits in the entire five there. plant in this city, especially the future :Miss :Margaret: R. Hamiltonfor

year so that preparations can be games, finishing with an average of And 90 per cent of the intake of addition of the necessary docks, present located at 107 S. Or-
made for their arrival and distribute I.125.; all those games above four went to will cost far in excess of this sum.

them throughout the rountr)'. The I Alexander was looked upon as the the clubs. I ange .Ave.The .

general manager of one of the lIe- i bulwark of the Phillies defense. Every Baker added $400 a day for threedajs Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included C. 1'. Rue.
brew societies here estimated that
bit of "dope" was to the effect to the income from those extra
Herbert Tail. L. A. Dueller, H. Land.
from 230,000 to 500,000 Jews will arrive -I that he would stem the Red Sox's on- seats-and lost for himself and the Jr., W. F. New Tampa: S. 1-. Jackson public and all former

I in America within a jearC.OOI I slaught. But Alex failed. Those Red owners of the rival club at least $40- H. I!. Cartvvnjrht. II. T. Howard
him much Jacksonville; Thos. J. Hartz. Baltimore patrons invited to call.
Sox clubbed with gusto in 000' and possibly $80,000 eachTampa's .
; F W. :d\t'en. Boston. JasKennerlj <.
; J) PRICES loll ()VNC.FS
I the first and beat him in the
game landed - -
indebtedness is A.
Chicago; G. Payne. T. II.
building i 1 i Oranges sold at Lake \\'eir the past !I third. Alexander got his chance to large enough that the interest is two I.. Rouk. M. P 1JI\'is. S_ .I. Brown
week at 95:: cents to $1.10 on the tree. | become a hero-and Alex failed. hundred thousand dollars Jacksonville; F. E. Adams, \\inttr Auto Livery
a I
I jear. Park, P A. Birmingham henry M I
1200 feet of Side- A. J. Nye, of Orlando, is reputed to :Many explanations have !been of- This amounts to $G40 for each working Durlack, North Dakotam; F. Niei. Phone
I be the bujer This is some better fered for the downfall of the Phillies, day of the )'car. And still some \\'. F. :\IcClure. New York: .Joe lJe- 632J.

than the W cent price reported from but what better one is there than is of them are not satisfied 1 and wish to Rear Philadelphia F. S. :\Iih e. Pa- I:. CARTER, Orlando, Ha

walks, 2000 feet of :Manatee a month ago, and seems to shown in these figures: issue more bonds for estuary improvements latka Brown; W.Jr.E.Augusta Snow :St Mi LOUII"s HizaUe'h. M

show that the growers are awakeningto Games. Alt. H Av'ge It takes nerve to be a Jill aujrhlm, Sanford: .1. H. I I'fiu Two Cars in Service for Iay' or
Streets has the possibilities offered this )'ear. Cravath _h__ 1 II, 2 .123htited : Tampa financier. Richmond KW.; t:. \\ in tin tlumbus. ">-
Clay 8 It now seems probable that Parson I \\ __ ____ 5 1C 1 .411 i,7Niehoff I Night i Calls

Browns will at somewhere from _______ 5 15 1 0(57
houses under con- $:! to $2.50 f.o. b.t and grapefruit i The batting record of that trw of Best and Promptest
I regulars was the biggest!" surprise!" of "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
I around $1: a Itox There will be some
be Person Urown this the series. Those three men were Auto Livery
tract to finished shipments early I II ,
meek. but it Is ,predicted that ho othermntire cmihleil upon os nhtohg the timeliest to DeLancy Drug Co
still! the test" for henrlj .hitters oH the Phillies'" rtvter- !' the Service
within 00 | puss! I I
days n Dtntilh Ulnpefrult Villl hot lluut tell who$ would deliver irt n fiittltHi I Telephond l No.2

ih nh.V i\irtlilltV|\ for fltutlher IWO Wr the) tilfthtl! tilling; nI I tjifrp nfllHl PASSENGER -

lIlH'llH.ks, the Ulltefrui.immu UI. Nits ,milt
--- llnie,|' fler rill, l?) nulhihts!\ \ 11111 .iMtt- Just. f received a full line of the frmous Johnston -

It 1'I I It, or \ onui :slut It's\ \H* W\Af\ \ &\hllf! till hI h!I"a Milwaukee CtlnIkSatllt
i OWN. illS( A fllllllll'ltillft. { fief WMlM!' gangs! |tit- BUICK CAR { sweetest t of oil

Colonial Hills Nllwt, !Il t Nlw.'f\.-Till"" i'0oiver- dlelic'ne.i sweets,

; etry; u4< U'* fcMpentter\ ofw\} Hrit i..hf"'nb -()-
Our soda hns
finder \.nr\ \ ('u1 MW;\ -..Ua| tll lleqerd ( Onii IIf t liu|i unhapjiiefct' mm\ in all\ We call anywhere at any timeGordID'S e\pert arrived fromlPotter's' Dfug

is the highest elevation lieurge \\ashinirtiiu at lofh- these Until Status) ( J is \\ ilium I F.1I.lker Store Tampa, and will furnish u Menu not to

lawn, IK tuber 10 17 U I, wab celebrated, owner of the plullit-s" lies Transfer Co ;
be excelled in the We.
of any pointin at urktown today with elaborate rer unhappy, of course; I because the I'hil- ive-Savings Checks

monies Ideal weather drew many lies lost. but, his cup of sorrow is tilled 201 S, Orange Awe Phone 487 I
Orlando automobile and excursion parties from to overturning every time he thinksof
J. D.
distant points and a crowd of several those I bleacher seats that he built HAULING OF ALL KINDS I WOODBECK Manager

thousand was present. Prominent in his I'urk-the beats that enabled

water lights and i speakers were on the program and a the Kid: Sox to win that fifth game, -
. . .
I detachment of soldiers and band from hus preventing: a sixth battle in Boston .1.1111..11111111''

gas. Fortress :Monroe participated in the that would have meant at least

I exercises. $10,000 for Baker and equal amount


Colonial Hillsis

only ten blocks H San Juan Coffee

from the center of

Orlando. ? RoomAND



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Prices range

from $250 to $700 I WILL OPEN



j I I Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. I i

To see Colonial Quick Lunch Service at popular prices in
Saturday and All Next Week !

phone or write I Coffee Room from 6 A. M.
100( Barrels Pillsbury: I-lour just received. Patronize the large store that

has reduced the high cost of living in Orlando and Orange Count. I
to 8:30 P. M.

Mayor Sperrj's Btst Connecticut !' Maxwell House Coffee per Ib . .3:* I
Red .Apples per pk..S .50 .Asparagus White Luncheon. . .Ib
Sugar. 17 Ibs. . . . . . . . . 100 I Asparagus Tips, Libbv "j-lb. ..T:>>
Sugar, 100 Ibs. . . . . . . . 5.75 Peaches Host-dale Table 3-lb. can .!$
Lemons, 2 doz . . . . . .. . .2.i:>> I! Peaches Elberta Table 3lb. can .11:>> Club Breakfasts from 30c to 65c
Snowdnfa Lard 10-lb. pails . 1.00Cotnp. Plums 2lb. cans . . . . . . . ..11Blackberries. ;
Lard per Ib. . . . ., . .12 J-Ib. cans . . . lo Noonday Luncheon 60c
Compo Lard bO-lb. tubs . . . ISO Pineapple grated. 1-Ib. cans . .13 I -
to nip. Lard. 50-lb. tin . . . . :500! Cherries V\ bite and Ked 2-lb. . .16
Salt per 100\ Ibs. . . . . . . . Ml Log Cabin Maple Syrup, qts. . .41
Meal per lb. _ . . . . .. . ,.'z Log Cabin Maple Syrup, pts. .:31 i
)It'al.Ib.: Sack . . . . . . . 1.S!.') Beechnut Peanut Butter large .2.! '
Carl C D Dann Irish Potatoes per pk. . . . .33'' Dried Beef.2-lb glass:: jars . .30 I A la Carte Service at all hours from 7 A.
S"t-t Potatos pr pk. . . . . .30 Sardinesmerican, 7 cans . . .21;
M Irish Potatoes, per sack . . . 2.it;) Sardines Imported. 3 cans . . ..;)
A. till
Pillsburj Hour 24s . . . . . .9:; Pure Olive Oil.I'j-pt. cans . . .24 I' 8:30 P. M. in Cafe
Pillsbury Flour gas . . . . . 3.70 Mince Meat None Such pkg. .09
PiII..burIlour., barrel wood . ;..21; Pkgs. Quaker Corn Flakes . ..;.5
i (;old Medal Flour gas . . . . . .9:> Grape Nuts 2 pkgs. . . . .2;) I
I f (old Medal Hour t ss . . . . 360 Rolled Oats 3 pkgs. . . . . .2;:)
Obelisk Flour 24s . . . . . . 1.01 Sliced Bacon m 1-lb. boxes; . .33 I
Obelisk Flour 9>s . . . . . . 3.9*> Fresh: Pork Sausage; per Ib . . Ib
Best Rice.! 4 Ibs. . . . . . . . .25: : Country Smoked Sausage, per Ib. .a
Rest Rice lUll, Ibs . . . . . . 5.-*>0 Frankforts. per lb. . . . . . . .Ib WESTERN[ MEATS EXCLUSIVELY
Tomatoes, No. 2, per can . . . .0* Boiled Ham, per lb. . . . . . .3.')
Tomatoes No. 2. case . . . . 1.St) Western Pork Loins. per lb. . .22
Corn Best No. 2, 3 cans . . . ..;) Picnic Hams, per lb. . . . . .16
Corn Best No. 2, per case . . . 1.90 spare Ribs and Pig Tails . . .16
Early June Peas, No. 2. per can 10 Regular Hams per lb. 20 and. .22 Fresh Milk and Eggs
Early June Peas No. 2, per case 200 Western Hound steak, per lb. .20
Early June Peas .No. 2. 3 cans .21: Western Chuck Roast, per lb. .13
Cream Pet Baby size. 4 cans . .15: Best Sliced Ham, per lb. . . . .22
Cream Pet Habv. 6 doz. per case 2JO>> Breakfast Bacon Strips per lb. .22
Cream Gold Baby size 7 cans . .25; Best Creamery Butter, 30 and. .3;) I
Cream Gold Babv 6 doz. per case 2.40 ;5 Gal. Oil Can . " . . . Ji.l
Pet Cream, tall size, per ,can . .OS Lanterns Monarch . . . _ .45
j Pet t.Cream tall. 4 doz. case 3.31: 24 lb. Snow lobby( Flour . 1.00 1111'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1.111111.1111..111.1.r. .
White Hou!e Coffee per lb. .33

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Phone 617
West Pine Sreet
No. 4
i tU16ANTICCement I t r iI I Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

t Phone 161 worth Building.


Agatite Plaster and Lime


Victor Starbuck

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I I Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-

SENTINELWANTS Davis & McNeill Block
No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland Ha


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For .lane MuKih _$2.41!
j 4 I Ihtr.ue applies{ on all ads 0f
: :> .,,,r.b or teas. If the aj contains -
L Percival Hutton
: more than 25 words tht rate ,
i, \\,ail i.e one cent p=r ward for DR. N. L. BRYAN
: each additional word, for oath in- 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

sertion.If DENTIST
you can't bring your ad to AKCIIITECT
I the office telephone :';0. 24. Accounts -
Phone 716
For the Chilly Mornings and Evenings of FallWhen I opened by telephone will be McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
payable the following day. I Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- Florida.

the mornings are coM) acid the days ait- \\....m. you will tind a little Gas; Heater will make Every Home--Every Husines*- BIdg

your room most cozy. Before the furnace li;;.:hti-.l, a littli- heater of this sort will he a great comfortin : Every Man ha* use. for a I I Member F. A. A.
Sentinel Want Ad.
the coot evenings \\ you wish to read t by the evening lamp. In the crisp mornings it will make

the bathroom" or breakfast room really comfortable.! i! ,
I I FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, Dr. F. F. Thompson
furnished and unfurnished. Also SURVEYING

A Little Gas Heater Makes Economical ComfortGas I'' some have splendid to offer lots.1.eforeOU Call and see buy whatI or Plating and Sub-Dividing Dentist

I I rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pinj
1 street or 312: : Broadway. Phone 17U.
Heaters of various sizes and types may be had at.a price within the reach of all. The consumptionof 10-8-dw-lmo PROMPT AND ACCURATE
pas is very; slight considering the cheer and warmth which they bring. They will be found most val WORK
uable all through the Fall and even during the Winter they will be convenient to warm cold corners dur- type
I writer (invisible), good as new; HAL A. IRISHCivil
Over Curtis & O'Neal'sDR.
ing severe weather. May we give you further nar-ticulars and prices one hand grist mill, brand new. Will
sell both for $2;; cash. S. V. Bunting, Engineer
I 115 Grace street, city. 10-17-6t
i I
FOR SALE-Strawberry plants' Missionary 47 Watkins KIdg., Orlando Fla.
1 ILlondyke and Excelsior
i varieties. Now is the time to set out
ORLANDO WATER & 1 plants. Inquire J. II. Gould. South Phone 72
1 Parramore street and Granve avenue,
or Box 024.: 10-12-13t

GAS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE OR TRADE-42 acres, Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L. H. RAMSDELl

fronting two lakes, dwelling, OPTOMETRIST
buildings, ;;--1 mile station; 1,000 out-I and Counsellor at Law
sery trees; house and two lots in -

.______-- . _ ..__ __ _ u____ j simmee. R. !'. Gilpin, Winter his-I FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSEJt
; Fla. 10-1'J-Ctc! I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
MM" " "M'MMM' " MMIQIM " " " " " " " " "
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; ,

1 I has 7 rooms and bath 2 sleeping :. .n .. _._ ._ .__
I porches, heating plant; is modern un' n
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, FOR EXCHANGE harnmerless YOUR HOMES
all modern. :Mrs. Wherry, 106 East I Parker double barrelled shotgun The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Central avenue. 9-CO-lmo: for[ well trained bird dog. Address will in car of fine the
- i i -- ______________ __ ___ "Gun," care Sentinel. 10-20-tf coming bring week.a Any one wishing palms his
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES I FOR SALE-A 1IOEYLl.EIt services and experience will please
; Furnished 14 roan house, on rick BUYERS AND: SELLERSI drop him a card at once, and he will
j street, arranged for light housekeep call to see you and make you hard
ing. Splendid location; large lot. buy sell, rent, and exchange foal time prices. For reference see the
I Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. estate. Have resided in Orlando, palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll I JMS3mo over 30 :years. Have handled set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney,
i $20,000,000. Call and see me. Fla"l Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc
FOR QUICK S.LEO acre tract 10-6-Sm: F. A. '
one quarter mile from city limits; BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING-We
j very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by are headquarters for all kinds of
I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. S. D. Lee twice a day from Spring' bulbs ant seeds. Call in and see
6-9-tf Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- : WANTED Magruder 1-9-30-lmoc: number 5S3-R. 206 10-10-tfc S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.

fruit Trees in fine condition the lowest u
at very : \\-\STED-YOU to hear Walt Hol- $30;; REWARDFor GENERAL STORE FOR SALE-In
', comb preach at Methodist church, country near Orlando; small invest-

prices :: :: :: :: : 100 and 7:30:; o'clock daily; and see return of Ford car, stolen Satur- ment; A-l proposition. For particulars -
Jeter draw pictures. J. B. Ley, pas- day night in front of Yancey's meat address II. N., care Sentinel.
: I tor. 10-:! -l wkc market. Engine No. 6244278. License 10-20-3tc

No. 11,997 county 624. 1915 I
: !i WANTED reliable, competent model. Ed Hastings. 10-19-61 FOR SALE-Buick roadster; de
i white :servant: willing to go to mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
: I Tampa; best wages. Call phone :321. Umbrellas! -pcovered and repaired completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
i i 10-20-Gtc. Garage, 32 East Church street.
I "while you wait. Young's Repair ICS 23-tc

: 1 ]A\TED-Good machinist to work Shop, 21 E. Pine St.

Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest .. | at Winter Park. Must be able to I A GOOD INVESTMENTWhy
; I repair automobiles and not a user of
: I alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. West St., TRACY & SOIERVILLE-Carpen- permit your money to remain
I and cabinet makers. Screen idle draw small rate of interest
to the above address ters I or a
prices : Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc
I doors and windows, frames, sleeping when :you can have an investment
: porches counters shelving showcases yielding eight per cent. net for ten
WANTED-To list all kinds of
refrigerators, alterations and or longer. We handle only
i erty for sale or rent. 1 am having I years
l of investments, mortgages -
number income
I for additions..T"c keep a guaranteed
: I manp applications houses fur-
skilled workmen constantly on hand. or improved city property. If
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .o nished and' unfurnished- I will" be I
- - - 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo desire a regular income we can
. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . ." . . . . .1111'111.1. . . . I Jladnto" list ,,hat'youhae., Mrs.H. I you
it. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
. furnish
B. Leake, 45; East Pine street. I .
Phone 17i 10-8-dw-lmo I III' LAWN MOWERS sharpened and 10( 20-1 Otc
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
II'II'W -Clean rags at Sentinel Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc OUR. HOME" PLAN

RENT Furnished for -
received .
Fish and oysters daily.II.
housekeeping, 2 rooms and kitchen- j 1-10-6-tfc $21.67 monthly for 10 years.
M. Self Co.
ette. on first floor: also bath room in j MISCELLANEOUSNOTICE 26.58 monthly for 10 years.
connection; electric lights and tele- I CAN DOUBLE 28.86 monthly for 10 years.
phone. 312 North Main street. : guarantee all my work YOU few Orlando your money :30.50 monthly for 10 years.
quickly on a building
lu-17-Ct and would he t pleased to hear fromit. desirable low 32.03 monthly for 10 years.
l lot.high and price ;
D. C. Baldwin, typewriter repairer ; 34.CX monthly for 10 years.
desired. Box 5,
FOR RENT small payments
36.85 for 10 .
room er, hotel. IO-2 years.lick
FOP. RENT-A good furnished -3t.1 Formosa, Florida. 10-22-6t I out your home, or your lot,

house with modern conveniences WE ARE IN to sell and we will build you a home. We
POSITION exchange -
well ventilated; just the Delivered every day-Elder Spring handle investments and building ma-
thing for boarding house; located ina or rent your city and county T. I Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & terial. A. B. COOK & CO.. Orlando.
Call and Geo.
property. see us.
prosperous, growing town. Apply! Company, Rock building. I-10-16-tfe
Fine Corner Store from toV.. L. Story, Winter Garden, Hull Co., Rock building, Room 3. I M0-21-6tc
!y-30-tfc 1-1a'I'I 10-5-1moc SKATING RINK
Protect your car with transfer gold

I II FOR RENT the PRESTON'S PLANTS Wakefield Until further notice ladies admittedfree letters-your initials-which can't betaken
-By month
November 1st. season ,
I cabbage, 3:>c. per 100; :>Oc. for 200; occasions. I off. Our painter can do the
or year, one upstairs flat for light at night, except special
I housekeeping; also other and $1.25 for 500; $2.00 per 1,000; post- 1-10-13-tfc work. Phillips Garage. 10-21-3tc
garage, electric lights and bath in I paid. Tomato and eggplants, same .
I house. Apply 300 East Conct rd ave. price. Large "Favorite" dry land When in need of a veterinary call
9-10-tfc banana plants 5 for 50c. Fred M. on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.
Preston, Pine Castle, Fla. I
C. A. HOVEY KINDERGARTEprimary limited number of persons. Pleas-
room. First Methodist church; tele- I NURSERY TREES-Valencias, Par- ant rooms in new home. All modern I 375
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson son Browns, and tangerines; rough conveniences. Also furnished rooms
I street. 10-20-tfc lemon sour and grapefruit stock from for housekeeping Mrs Gertrude I West Jefferson Street

Bassenger Hammock Nursery for sale Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east ...
Succ er to
I cheap by Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, of Lake Eoa. 10-8-lmoc I
SALE F'Ia., Route 2. 9-23-lmoc
I I Hand Wood
II. Kanner's Great Annual Sale begins AND CONTRACTOR
FOR SALE-New 1916 Hudson 6 Friday October 22 with the biggest -Work wanted by able wood work
' 7 passenger touring car. Price rea- bargains in !shoes dry goods er. Efficient in all branches of build- j Wood of All Kinds
sonable.;: Box 495, city. 10-22-3t clothing, ladies' misses' and children's ing. Estimates furnished on any job,
ready to wear goods ever presented in large or small. F. B. Click, R. R. 1. I PROMPT SRR ICE
Sentinel Want Ad FOR SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good Orlando. See our big circular. H. 10-26-6t
Try a condition. Write Box 567 Kanner's New York Bargain Store.11021ddtwlt. REASONABLE PRICBJ.i11111 *
9-23-tfc The want ad's the thin .
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Mrs. E. W. Lott left yesterday af-
ternoon to visit relatives and friends i
in Green Cove Springs.Mr. .

( Walter Drennen left yesterday II
in Panama afternoon for Jacksonville to look ;
after business matters.

and everywhere on American territory is simplified/' by "A.B.A."
Cheqne. They are much safer to carry tban cash; and they a"c Drink Elder Spring Water. See or
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock The Alliesof
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare building. 1-10-16-tfc
lf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for

business or pleasure. Attorney H. D. Geiger, of Kissimmee -

The Sine ,ankof Orlando lando, was yesterday.Mr. among. the visitors to Or-

this institution are

Wm. F. Niel. representative of
the World Film Corporation, spent
\ yesterday in Orlando on business. ,

Courtesy to everyone;
r RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for SOc. 8-28-tfc
Liberality to worthy customers;

Mr. T. W. Hewlett is spending sev-
eral days in Dade City on business. Loyalty to Community Wellfare;

1 He will return to Orlando today.
n eJ Efficiency in every department;
Miss Mary Matchett left yesterday
afternoon over the Coast Line to Stability assured by Govern
spend the week-end with friends ir
Jacksonville.How .
ment Supervision.and .

much did you save' last monthin
cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Mr. Frank Corwin, traveling repre- these are increasing with lirresistable
sentative of the Central of Georgia

railway business.Mr. spent. yesterday in Orlandoon force the business of .

A. P. Connelly, one of San-
ford's leading and progressive citizens ---
spent yesterday in Orlando
transacting business.Get .

ard. your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand- The Peoples National Bank

Mrs. Helen Bliss has returned to
Orlando from Knoxville Tenn. where .Enlist with us!
she spent several weeks with relatives -
and friends.Mr. .

Geo. Hutchinson is spending
I HUPMOBILEI"Where I today in Tampa on business connected
with the Georgia Casualty company,
of which he is the South Florida rep-

there'slife Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for .11111.1..1.1.1111.11'.1.111111111.111111111111.11..1.1111 11.11111111.1111.1. nflMifi

there's Hupp"J. you. 8-12-tl

Mrs. Wm. Kernon, who has been ; .aC'IIII'I'I"I""I..t.tl"II'I"'I" " 1II11 I' rill illM
spending the summer in Boston,
Mass, has returned to Orlando and
is again occupying her home, 413

P. HOLBROOK, Dealer Broadway. I The Gasoline Problem Solved

II. B. Fuller, of Montgomery, and
his friend, Geo. Harris, of Birmingham -
are visiting the former's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Fuller, 307
East Pine street. FuelineGuaranteed

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

18-18-tf at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated
11 II Mrs. O. W. Rounds, printer in Rob
inson's Studio, returned last eveningover combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of
the Atlantic Coast Line from
Saranac Lake, X. Y., where she has carbon.
1 een spending the summer.
Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -
I Among the recent arrivals in the
city are Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Gleasonand a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
daughter, Miss Cora, from Green
Falls, N. Y., who have returned for chambers, preventing carbon oxide.5c. .
r their fifth season.
a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.
Deposit your Savings Checks and
\ let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
Stop Thief! ,.ou. 8-12-tf

Miss M. B. Jenkins who has spent
several winters in Orlando, has returned Juan
I San
Make your Ford car thief proof. I have for another season, and as us- Garage Company
ual is making her home at the Wyoming -
the necessary article. Price $3.50 in- ., hotel.

stalled on your car. Mr. Robert Cohoon and his friend, Orlando-Daytona ,
Mr. Carl Krippendorf, of Cincinnati. .
who are here on a visit, have gone to
Boca Grande on the Gulf Coast on a
F. G. RUSH fishing expedition. h
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Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
Phone 226.WEDDING 18-21-tf
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Mr. W. F. Mundy the genial repre-
sentative of the Macon. Dublin + Savannah :
railway, with headquarters n Who Will Be Your Executor?
Tampa, was among the popular trans-
portation men spending yesterday in
:Mrs. F. E. II a rde'n. who has been Your estate may be materially impaired as a '- I
-- --- visiting relatives and friends in Tampa _
of an executor ; ,
direct result of the appointment rs
returned to Orlando yesterday afternoon -
41.II II II' 11.11.1 II II 111111 II III II 111111 II 11111 II 1111 and is at the home of her or trustee. r yalfr4 .'} !L' r4
son :Mr. L. L. Terry, 505;; South Lake -e.I 1
street. When an individual is appointed ,4

The financial responsibility is generally weaker. s .t = 7r

Bulbs, Italian rye, nasturtium, and
if' }
= -
trarden seeds, fresh at McElroy's It is usually provided in wills that the person j

Pharmacy. t 1-10-20-St::! nominated to serve as executor shall be excused: i'-c. ? .ttr qZt is

GIFTSWhat from giving bonds. -r t, ,;;:
:Mrs. Frank Jones arrived in Orlando T
yesterday afternoon over the When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- .
Coast Line from Troy. X. Y., and is pense of the estate, and then only partial security r s 1
the guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. S. E. Ives.
will the bride say; of your gift? Will she lookat Sr., at their home, 4 West Gore avenue. against loss is provided. at r
When Trust Company is selected- = t
a t
it and say: languidly, "That is very pretty"-or will '
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
she hug it to her breast and say "Oh! I just love this. Miss: Hattie Belle Hyer returned to secured.A .
: Orlando yesterday afternoon from is f

That is exactly the difference between buying the "or- ,, Newport, Tenn., where she has been bond which has behind it the entire financial i t
making a lengthy visit. Her '
dinary" gifts and the exquisite things one finds here at : friends are delighted to have her many with strength of the Institution iF always filed with ;
them again.How the Probate Court Jt "R ">.*t to the estate. fi ;

no greater cost. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue e ji h#' .2j' '
much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf of this newspaper. k ,,X I

:Mrs. W. J. \\earinren and ::5'n.Ir.: .
Leslie Swearingen.; will leave tomorrow Come in any time and freely ask for further T S i
morning over the Coast Line for information on this vitally important subject. ,!4 s { I
Hot Springs, Ark., where they will You are always welcome and our offices are al- 1 tgays
-pend a month, hoping: that :Mr.Swearingcn. i-"
T. H. EVANS glad to
who has been a sufferer
for some time with rheumatism. will

lie benefietd t-y the baths. i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JEWELER DoctorsBuckmil8tcr

& Brimdajir Orlando, Florida

ftrsonal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital Surplus and Frofits$141,000.00I
It Kirk*vilJe. Mo.
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National Bank. Phone 678. . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.llllllltllll11.111111111111111111.11.Travel .


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