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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 24, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00543
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME TllltKK, ORLANDO)(), 1"IOlelntJNn.Y) OCTOIIHIt) ; 21 t. 1H1.1.:\ NUMIIKIl: 21U




A GERMAN CRUISER FROM PENSACOLA IS


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BEING CHASED BY U. S. WAR DOGS IN GULFMYSTERY



-- -

ABOUT VESSEL + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :. . . . . . + + fI

WHICH LEFT PENSACOLA KAISER TO SPENDCHRISTMAS + + CORNElL
ROMPS
FAIR
+ AMERICAN RED CROSS APPEALS I I. NO ONE ALLOWED: TO + TREATMENT
WITH GERMAN CREW +
j TO CHURCHES C.HHOI.U; AWAY +


IF THE CREW OF PIRATE SHIP ARE E INTURKEY +++ FOR DAY THANKSGIVING COLLECTIONSWashington- +.+ I.i.+ FROM. PORTS BRITISH ++ AWAY WITH\ I IS S DEMANDED


+ Oct. 23.-The + +
CAPTURED DEATH PENALTY + American Red Crow thin afternoon + + Liverpool. Oct. 23.-When the +

+ appealed to t the churches of + + American liner "New York" nailed + HARVARD
OF BRITAIN
Will RESUlT t the United Stales to contribute + + for New York today forty pan' +

+ I heir ThunknuUlinr day colloc.IwtionN + + singers, were rejected an a result +
+ to DM European: + + of +
war rr. Incomplete 110""llOrtli. None
All Department of Government: WOULD EAT "GPHHLER": + li.f fund. Thin t the Red Cross + + of the passengers were allowed 4 ('ORNl I-'I.-:( :; HEAVY: TEAM: VOLUMINOUS! NOTE: 1AT;

Are Working on the Case; WITH SULTAN AT CON. + says will IK a mean ofpressing "v\- + I + to carry any itold ""II)'. The HEATS HARVARD UH'OIU' \' LAST READY: ) TOR TRANSMISSION -

Thrilling Chase in the STANTINOl'LK) + Krulltudifor the pence + + gold rule applies" at all British f
+ which our country him rnjojfd." + + IlUrlli. : 10) TO 0 :
Gulf: of Mexico + 4 I .

BALKAN CAMPAIGN IS VERY EASY . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . + + PRINCETON DEFEATS SEIZURE
Washington. Oct. 23.: ---.V I Ihrlllinj\ DARTMOUTHW. OF U U. S.VESSELS IllEGAL

chase by a United! Stair rvvrnu cutler .

tonight and in warship the gulf* la of bring Mexico conducted, after :Military Turk Leaders Think Is Marchto TAMPA SPECIAL STARTS GERMAN BALTIC TRADE & J. Again Heat Yale-Virginia Five Main Points Emphasized! ;

the Mramhhiu Zralandia. which has Capital Simple Downs Georgia, and Note May Be Transmitted

been drclaml a pirate .hip by the de. Affair; Recent Events NOVEMBER 15 IS DESTROYED Alabama Wins From by :Mail on Accountof
partment of justice. The crew of this EncouragingBudapest
fugitive vessel is known to be German Tulane Size

or men of German sympathies. Hungary, Oct. .-The W. J. Craig, passenger traffic man- London, Oct. 23.-"The official or-
Secretary Gregory announced tonight military experts on the ager of the Atlantic Coast Line, advises gan of the government, the Messenger Interest locally in football games Washington, Oct. 23.-The note to

that if any of the crew are here estimate that not more newspapers than six that effective with the first train ," says a Petrograd dispatch to the was very keen yesterday. Joe Cheney Great Britain demanding fair treat-

shown to be some men who escaped months more will be required to es- south bound Monday, November 15, Morning Post, "devotes a long articleto a Dartmouth graduate, could ment of American commerce is at last
from the German interned ships at tablish communication with the Turk- and the first train north bound Tuesday the work of the British submarinesin scarcely smother his anger and disappointment ready to go forward.It .

Norfolk, they will be arrested and ish The Pesti-Napolo, how- November 16, the service of the the Baltic. at the beating Princeton is understood to be so voluminousthat

tried for piracy in this country, the ever,army.says: Tampa Special will be resumed between "They have already deprived Ger- administered to Dartmouth ))30 to 7)), it may be sent by mail.

penalty for which is death. "The German emperor will spend Jacksonville and Tampa, leaving I many of tens of thousands of tons of but..1-.,,_found some solace in the touch- 'The 1:'=__..chief_ points made are.:
The Zealandia is owned by the Christmas in Constantinople- at- the Jacksonville daily 9:15 a. m. and badly needed war materials, especially UU"U the Ilanoverians registeredagainst r IC L; The methods of seizure andlong

Fiske Trading company, of New York head of his victorious troops. arriving Tampa 4 p. m. Returning, copper and iron ores. The block- the Tigers. On the other detention of American ships and

city. It is understood that the Zea- The editorials in the leave Tampa 12:45 noon, arriving ade is so effective that all traffic be- hand J. Edson Andrews, of Chicago, cargoes are contrary to internationallaw

landia is now under charter of an. dwell on the importance of newspapers the Balkan Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. tween Germany and the Swedish and a Princeton grad., was overjoyed.The which provides a method for the
The train will consist of Harvard-Cornell game was the speedy search and visit of a suspected
other shipping firm and is carrying campaign as a means of establishinga reclining Danish coasts is reported to have been
miscellaneous cargo bound for Malmo, basis for an early peace. The Pesti chair coaches, Pullman parlor car, stopped. biggest affair of the day and of first ship.

Sweden, with a stop at Tampico, Haralp says in this connection: with broiler buffet service, and Pull- "Occasionally a ship carrying con- importance. Cornell, with a heavier Second: The blockade establishedby
team, beat the crimson 10 to Yale the order in council is not
Mexico, ostensibly for a cargo of oil. "The strike through the Balkans man observation parlor car. traband for Germany ventures to sea 0. justifiable -

The department of justice has re. will bring peace nearer, for it is a The train will stop at the following after lying low for a time, but is gen- was again humbled, receiving a defeat according to practice of nations,

cehed reports confirming the earlier stroke aimed directly at England, points between Jacksonville and erally caught by the vigilant Brit- from Washington and Jefferson, which demands that a blockade must

rumors that the Zealandia had which heretofore has stood safe and Tampa: Palatka, Sanford, Orlando ish." 16 to 7. Last year the Pennsylvanians be actual and effective.
Kissimmee Lakeland and Plant won, 13 to 7. Third: The seizure and detentionof
,
changed crews at Pensacola. Fla., and isolated, boasting of her ability to City.
had sailed from that port October 7, continue the war three or more. This train will be in addition to TWO NEW WAGONSMr. In the South, Alabama beat Tulane ships is essentially a diplomatic
years
practically a converted German cruiser England lately has been the only obstacle three daily trains each of which is 16 to 0, avenging her defeat of last question and not, as Earl Grey con-
with Pullman service leav- year when the New Orleans eleven tends, a question for prize courts and
to be used in raiding the com in the way of an early peace. equipped E. II. Gore, manager of Our
merce of the allies. As her ing Jacksonville 9:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m., won, 55 to 0. Virginia conquered eventual arbitration.
soon as world power is threat- Grocery company wore a larger smile
Georgia in a hard fought duel, 9 to 7. Fourth: The assertion of prece-
The customs service was advised ened she will manifest a willingnessto and 9:30 p. m.; leaving Tampa 6:10a. than usual yesterday, and when asked
of the m., 10:30 a. m., and 9 m. I Vanderbilt rolled up 91 points against dents show that there should not be
today by representatives own- consider the question of peace." p. the reason of so much sunlight in his
ers of the Zealandia at Tampico thatit The A Zest says: The resumption of this service face, pointed to the street where stood Mississippi at Memphis yesterday, interruption of trade between neutral

would remain there for several "The Balkan campaign is the easi- speaks for itself, and shows how the two new delivery wagons. They were and Tennessee beat Cumberland, 101 ports except to provide for prompt
Atlantic Coast Line feels with regard to 0. search to ascertain whether a cargo
days. est task ever entrusted to an army made in Orlando by Mr. R. L. Hol.
This was not borne out by the re- : leader. If the present plan is car- to the tourist traffic to the West I land, and are beautifully decoratedand Scores of the principal games4 yesterday contains contraband.
ports to the department of justice, Coast for this season.' follow: Fifth: That Great Britain has violated -
ried out it will be impossible for the : built for hard service.
which that the East all precedents in placing the
state specifically ship
allies to escape capture or disaster,
Print.'eton.-Princeton 30, Dart-
has not arrived at Tampico, although SELLS MANY DODGE AUTOMOBILES burden of proof of innocence as to
and the only real military task is to 147 AUTOMOBILESAt mouth 7.
abundant time has elapsed for her to accomplish all this with the smallest Cambridge.-CorneU 10. Harvard 0. destination of cargo on the American
New Haven. and Jefferson ship owners or owners of the
complete that leg of her journey. -Washington cargoes.
possible loss to ourselves. 8 o'clock last night Chief of
These conflicting reports surround the The newspaper adds that even with Phillips Garage has sold a Dodge to Police Smith counted 147 automobiles Annapolis.-Navy 16, Yale 7. 20, Va. Poly. 0. The note protests against the placing -

movements of the Zealandia with an the greatest force the Anglo-French J. O. Hale, of Winter Park. A few parked on Orange avenue. This, of West Point.-Army 10, Georgetown of cotton on the contraband list

air of mystery and the secret agentsof governments can muster the Germanic days ago another Dodge became the course, did not include those moving. 2_ as a violation of Great Britain's own

the department of justice and the armies will outnumber them two to property of K. B.:-Osteen, of Osteen, I i Judging from the enormous crowd in Carlisle.-Bucknell South 0, Carlisle 0. declaration concerning this commod-

" treasury department all over the At- one, while the Austro-German artillery Fla., eight miles north of Sanford.Mr. Orlando last evening it is apparentthat Birmingham.-Auburn 26, Mississippi ity and not on arguments of justification -
lar.tic coast are working on the case. A. and M. adduced by Grey and Crew it is
is 0.Athens.Virginia
is in proportion? of five to one. Phillips conducting an attract- the winter season has started.
ive advertising campaign. lie has Business generally was very good last 9. Georgia 7. admitted.
London, Oct. .-The latest official NEW HOME OF THE FAMOUS written letters to dealers in neigh- night. olina Greensboro.-V.3. M. I. 3, North Car- Notwithstanding this tone, it is ad-
mitted that arbitration would
news from Petrograd gives some indication FORD boring cities regarding the Dodge au- Richmond. Randolph-Macon 26, prob-
that von Hindenberg's drive 0.Tuscaloosa. ,ably be accepted in the most impor-
tomoble meriits, and the answers pub- HFTTHOl'S.XD WOMEN IN Hampton-Sidney
toward the Baltic port of Riga has The building constructedby lished from time to time in the Senti- SUFFRAGE PARADE .-Alabama 16, Tulane 0. tant cases.
new being Knoxville. Tennessee
101 Cum-
,
been checked again and that, nearer
Jas. L.. Giles, which will be occu- nel are interesting.U. berland 0.Memphis.Vanderbilt.
the center of the German line, Ger- FIRST ORLANDO FIRE YESTERDAY .
pied exclusively by F. G. Rush for New York, Oct. .-Fifty thousand 91, Mississippi -
counter attacks have been re- O.Lexington.Sewanee. SINCE AUGUST 27
n.an S. GRANTS C.RRAXZ.RIGHT in the
most
Fords, is rapidly nearing completion.It women magnificent appeal 7
pulsed. is a great addition to South Orange TO TRANSPORT TROOPS of any cause ever known in New State 7.New. Kentucky
t
avenue. THROUGH TEXASEl York strode up Fifth avenue from Orleans.-Georgia Tech. 36, Fire at Frank Holloway's home on
Serbians on Offensive Washington Square to Kiftv-ninth n __ L. S. U. 7.KIDNAP. Glen street yesterday from an unknown

Athens, Oct. 22, via Paris, Oct. 23. I Paso, Tex., Oct. 23.-Permission I I street this afternoon in the name of origin resulted in a hurriedrun

-The Serbian minister to Greece announces VIAYCROSS BOY IS KILLEDLittle has been granted by the state depart- woman suffrage.IMPROVEMENT. by the fire laddies, and also half y
that the German operationsin ment to Carranza to transport 5,000 I 18 YEAR OLD GIRL the population of Orlando. It was

the north of his country have beentempor.nil troops under bond through the United AT ORLANDO the first fire in Orlando since August

)' suspended. The Serbians Boy Killed Instantly as States from Laredo, Texas, togua STEAM LAUNDRYThe 27, nearly two months intermission.The t
are said to have assumed the offensive Prieta, Sonora, which place is threat- :Mexican Bandits Attack Lonely damage resulting yesterday was
Street Car Passes Over His
and at certain points to have ened by an attack from Villa troops. Orlando Steam Laundry is hav- School House and Carry $50 to furnishings. The house was

forced Leek the invaders. The German Body; Hundreds Saw Advices to this effect reached here ing a new lobby floor installed at the Away DefenselessGirl the property of C. A. Hovey.

entr'nchments, he states, extend Accident late this afternoon._ office on Church street. TeacherSan
only a fiw kilometers along the line PEPPERCORN GETS CONTRACTFOR

south of Belgrade. Waycross, Ga.. Oct. 23.VanceDelk Antonio, Tex., Oct. 23.-\lex-:: LEGE'S NEW t
the 9 year old son of K. T. Delk, Old Landmark At Drennen Sta. BUNGALOWF.
German Government to Control was instantly killed in front of the ican bandits last night attacked a

wireless Oct. union depot this morning when a lonely school house near Rio-Ysabel, A.
Berlin, by to Sayville Destroyed By Fire Peppercorn yesterday was
23.The German federal government street car passed over his body. Hun- Yesterday Texas, and kidnapped an 18 year old awarded the contract for the erectionof

today decided to assume control of dreds of people lined the streets wait- -- American girl school teacher, accord- a two story bungalow for W. M.

the price and supply of victuals ing for a circus parade and saw the The home of Mr. and :Mrs.: Spencer fire originated from a defective flue. ing to private messages received >ege, on Hillcrest avenue next to Dr.

throughout Germany. Up to the present accident. Braddock, at Drennen Station, was Whether or not there was any insur- here.EDITOR. Swift's new residence. The work of

time the state provincial author- destroyed by fire yesterday morning.Mrs. ance on the house or furniture we I' construction will start tomorrow.
ities had been considered SHOOTING SCRAPE IN GEORGIA Hillcrest is remarkable
competentto ; Braddock was engaged in pre- have not been able to ascertain. Their TRIFLETT VISITS ORLANDO avenue making
handle the food situation. TWO DEAD, TWO WOUNDED paring dinner when a lady made a many friends sympathize with themin progress and is one of Orlando's

friendly call, and just before leavingthe their loss. prettiest streets.J. .
Germans Repulsed Lavonia, Ga., Oct. 23.-In a shoot-
Paris kitchen added another stick of The house, which stood in the midstof :Mr.::\ S. J. Triplett, the puissant and
Oct. 23.-Detachments of ing affray tonight Coan Davis and wood to the fire in the stove, so we a beautiful oak grove, just as one ;versatile editor of the St. Cloud Tri P. HOLBROOK TAKES HAYNES
German troops endeavored to advance his brother, Tom, are dead and Policemen -
have
I been informed, and then repairedto crosses the railroad track at Drennen bune, was among the welcome visitorsto AGENCY
yesterday evening from their trenchesnear Weldon and Ledford slightly
Bois-enllache i the front porch where she was engaged Station, was an ideal spot for a home. Orlando )'esterday.Ir.. Triplettis
and but
Givenchy, wounded. The
shooting occurred un- in conversation with her visitor and was erected many years ago by very optimistic over the outlook of Owing to the demand for Hupmo-
they were
quickly dispersed, according der a tent at a local circus. '
to the war office when she detected the odor of Mr. Isaac Powell one of the pioneer his town and Osceola county, in ad. biles being greater than he can supply
statement today. The
policemen attempted to arrest smoke and burning pitch. residents of Orange county, and was dition to publishing one of the best J. P. Holbrook has added the

MORE GOLD TO Coan Davis and his brother, Tom, I I On entering the kitchen she discov- I one of the old landmarks of this sect weekly papers in the South, he is alive llaynes, "America's Greatest 'Light
AMERICA his Then the
took part. shooting be- ered a large portion of it in flame t tion.I Upon the death of Mr. Powell wire for any community, and it Six.: This car, with the Hupnv
g".1Il. which spread so rapidly after '' bile "Best of it's class in 4e
London.-The shipment of another giving several years ago; the house was left was a great thing for our sister townon car
1,245,000 pounds in the alarm, that by the time help arrived -I to his son, the present owner. On ac the borders of Lake Tohopekaligawhen world," makes a combination har. to
sovereigns ($6- THE WEATHERFor
225,000)) to the United States and there was barely time to save count of the excellent material which Stonewall Jackson Triplett cast beat.

100,000 to Japan, both in some of the household goods on the was used in constructing homes in the his lot there. He is a gentleman of
payment for Florida: Generally fair today
munitions, was ; lower floor before the house was devoured early days, it has withstood the rave the "old school," and it was a pleasure Crane's stationery by the box or
, announced today b- gentle to moderate north v.-isJs, ;becoming
the Bank of England. J I by the fire fiend. ages of time and was in a fairly good to have him remember the Senti- pound, none better; Com pondence
variable. I It is the general opinion that the,state'of preservation.: nel while in the city. .cards; all prices.! Curtis / O'NeaLf



}ANY PORTO ON:: TilE I

THE DAILY VERGE OF STARVATIONLake ::

Florida SentinelMORNING I SIDELIGHTS3y \ \

South Mohonk.N.. Y.-Many: Porto : MACAILAY
AND WEEKLY W. S. Branch. acriculaural laborers are on the I LORD

..........Editor Rican
CLENN ........... W.Clay 1
M. ESSINGTON ..0...B...*." M*....fEntered verge of starvation, said Dr. D. >
-w. -C. -- -- at Orlando Flor The poetic bug does not often infest : superintendent of the Porto Rico \ I ..
t ffio*
ida. m. Second at the claw po Mail Matter. our brain but two or three times each experiment station, in an address here the I' have for sale. This hyacinth is all its name im
the Conference on Hyacinth we
before beautiful
SUBSCRIPTION RATES week walk down to Eola park to today \'' is the name of a
.... .................. 111.00 we Indian and Other Dependent Peoples. flower for the dining
Dais 1 Months Year ...................... 1.60 see the kiddies enjoy themselves on He described the plight of the Porto It is stately, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand
Daity. I ...................... 5.26Daily. The other eveningour follows plies. a
Da1l,.. I 1 Month Months....................... .60weeuy. the play mental grounds.machinery became reminiscent Ricans"The as Porto Ricans: live close to thesoil parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for growingsame.

1 Year ...................... 11.00 I and the following was the re- ; it is the one great resource ofthe room or
island. It has been rich and cane
PAYABLE IN The well watered lowlands .
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS result: > rich again.
ADVANCE "Backward, turn backward, 0 Time, are the more productive, but the Price of Hyacinth glasses . . . 23c. each
in flight, hills, especiallyhere covered with
TO ADVEBTISKBSi Make me your a child again just for to- leguminous forests, grow continuous Lord Macaulay Hyacinth! . . . lOc each

Gun r.r *.pl y a4 all .Ue aui4MtAJwtUiac night." crops of coffee and fruits beneath. I I': Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . $1.00 doz.
mm* b. kaade U at ti. ItuUeMfflc .. Let me go down by Eola's fair shore The deforestation of the hill lands has
.... BcBtUel ot.later tkaa 1 Po. "sliders" an hour or fault in Porto Rican
.. f .. And play on the been> the great
apUtto
.. 1
....ucad. TaU from 40c. doz. up.
before Bulbs ranging
W Aay it U culture. other Hyacinth
contract adwtUUf; more; gri I We also have
f
la.ariaW.caaa M and r will be trictlr adhered U.SaUeriben Then in a swing, high and higher I'd "Different crops in Porto Rico have
rise been affected more by vicissitude of
desiring The Sentinel d&conUnved Then slow and yet slower 'til the "old legislation than perhaps in any other
notify the office in writing on world. This has been
should dies. of the
be cat country
the date of at expiration the regular, o&erwite subscription it will rate. After that let me mount on the big due partly to chance and more to legislation DE .mil N
continued where
the
country
received. "teeter totter, foreign to
notice to atop u
Telepkene ntil. N.."'r ....... .... 1* And ride up and down while I gaze the real needs could not be seen inkoiv
at the water. true perspective. Also Porto I The T>nriQfind Seed Man"PROPRIETOR
24 1915. "avaunt"to bound to other ;
SUNDAY, OCTOBER I'd forget every trouble, say Rico has been politically \
dull care, countries and has suffered through
And rejoice that I live in Orlando so the application of general laws not
A valued exchange says that physicians fair. I adapted to her peculiar conditions.
claim that they have discovereda During the latter years of Spanish DRUG STORE
anthrax, but un- and; CITY
serum which cures domination, coffee was favored
all the patients have died I In the
fortunately IA Poem For The Day the growers were prosperous.
in favor. FLORIDA
The cure will not grow change to American sovereignty, sugar -
o automatically came under high I ORLANDO

The Springfield Sun says an Illi 0 Lord, wherever they may be protection and prospered amazingly I
...
of declares I longer see. free ahead of us we .
nois man, 91 years aJre\ The dear ones no Now with sugar
that the route to a \d age is i: I leave them trustfully with Thee. doubt and fear. 1 -A

found in remaining poor. If that is i: - - .- _- _- _--_ -_ __ w. __ _- -n
true, Methuselah must have been an 0 Lord, whatever be their lot
editor.A The missing friends but not forgot,

Minneapolis: Q judge has decreed I know Thy goodness faileth not. Y. Baylarian Says: Give Us Your Order

that mother-in-law does not have toFlft'p But this, O Lord, my human plea:
er they he.
on the fire escape and that she Whate'er betide, where
is entitled to stay as long I as she May they not sometimes think of me? Wi hate a full line of \fgi-taUU-s for )Ou to M-loct from.Take .
when she a visit. It is -d : for Saturday and Monday llvrv
pays
pleases advantage of our Special
not difficult to guess whether or not EXPECT: RECORD HREAKINT \ "Garment Germs May
the judge is married.SpringfieldSun. CROWDXew are a few prices:

FOOTBALL T"\"\ 2Mb.! Sack Flour . . . . .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. . 90('.
0 DiseaseThis :1211. Sack' Flour . . . ...... ................ .. .. . .. . 4.c.
The Gulfport touring party found York.-The Army-Xavy football Lause I Ii CoflVr, Ih. . . . . .. ...................... .. .. .. .. Lie.4lb. : .
the It-foot grass-shouldered road between which will be staked on the i I Can per Coffee . . . . ...................... .. . . . . 83c.ft : .
Orlando and Kissimmee thebest game 27 lb. Bulk Coffee . . . . ........................ .. . . .$1.00
of them all. There is i not a doubt Polo Grounds on November promises in bulk, lb. . . . .. ...... ,... ............ . . .. 2ie.
about the It-foot brick road properlybuilt to attract the largest crowd that is the Old Way: Butter 1 ea, , Ib per. . . . . .. . . .. . .. .... ...... .... . . . 3i('.
being all rijrht.! A 10-foot roadis saw a gridiron battle between Cans Ready.Made per Soup . . .. .. .. .... ...... .... . . .. .lac.
nicer, and a ill-foot nicer yet; but ever schools. 4 can . . . . . . .. .. .......... .. .. .. .. .>0c.
cost in proportion; and the 9- I the two government Maple, Syrup Ib,) per. . . . . . . . ...... .. ......... .. .. .. . Ui('.
they road is all right. Any man may The Polo Grounds seats over 38,000 dII Samp per Extract," :3 2.;>c. Bottles . . . ........... .. ... . . . 2.:>('.
foot for himself if he will take the persons for a baseball game, but the \t Salad Lemon Dressing, 3;)('. size . . . . .. .. . ...... ... . .. .. 20c.
see trouble to look over the state-and if needed for a football battle Strained Honey, per glass . . . . .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .... 15c.;
will not take that trouble he should field area now 10('. rolls . . . .. . .. . .. .... .. .. ... ... .. 2;)('.
he intimate that those \\ho have done is smaller, and carpenters are Toilet Granulated Paper..1 Sugar, 16 lbs. .. .. . . ...... . .. ..,. .$1.00
not so are either liars or fools.-St. Petersburg busy building extra seats, which will ; Olive Best Oil, $1.00 Bottle . . . . . .. . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. 83c.;
of the park to over
the capacity
Times. bring
o - With every $:>>.00 order, cash or credit, we give you absolutely

WORK, MAYOR,* 40,000. of tickets will be II free, one pound of Coffee and one pound of Tea.
NOBLE The distribution t
.
.. ...... .. UP. Th --
h.II identical with that of 1915. :
The Mayor saw fit to order six arrested is exactlythe CHECKS
and Navy allotment WE GIVE SAVINGS
vagrants to work on the sewersystem Army
Friday morning. The city fed same in number and both the

these tramps and then turned themoer Army and the Navy have the privilege .
to labor for the city for ten days. additional tickets. sue
of purchasing CompanyTwo
the Knightsof Our Grocery
opportunity iltl'ia'
the first
At academies will exercise this op if-I' _
the Road beat it out of the city as Both
fast as leg power could propel them. tion. They also have the right to Phones 3 and 200
will
other :
It has been proved that tramps first call upon eight thousand
eat but they will not work. Conse- In other words their written

quently have the done Mayor: one good and thing Commissioners the past tickets.orders for these tcikets will be accepted : : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

week, and with one accord the citizens prior to any through public :
them. Put the bums,
with this arrangement
!' are
Co-jointly
hoboes and derelicts to work. sale. 1 ------ -.
,
thirt- -
tramps and Navy over u -
than water- gives the Army
They consequently dislike work they worse will learn that an five thousand seats in their control. Pressing clothes by hand with the half rotten sponge remember or dirt \\M--

Orlando visitation means a little la- The remaining seats, which will bin cloth is adding fuel to the fire of contagion. I
shall not be troubled press old style. Now ][ I
lior. Therefore the future we from this class of the east and west sections, as they numbers of complaints when I used: to use this I : .

barnacles.; in were in 1913, will be sold through the have: adopted the new Sanitary system.jEf7c:7Ari Yancey Meat Market, Inc.
The club
-o- New York baseball club. I I
number of FULLY PAID UP
limited
\\'.\K IN A will also have a
NUTSHELL.Here; boxes for sale. Each box holds four i T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.
is Chinese student's sum- will be as in
a and the prices :
persons ORLANDO FLORIDA
as pub- I ,
of the war's (causes
mary : "Now 1913, $50 and $100, depending upon __ I
Shanghai
lished there is in a a great battle paper in Europe. location. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

This began because the prince of Aus- Mail orders for boxes or seats may
tria went to Serbia with his wife. be addressed to the New York L I Florida and Western Meats

One tria was man angry of Serbia, and killed so write him.Serbia.Aus-' now Baseball Club, 200 Fifth avenue.bya :l\t\ ; ; : I6 I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
I
Germany write a letter to Austria, These orders must be passed upon ,, ;:
will help you.' Russia write' a letterto committee which reserves the right Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Serbia, '1 will help ).ou. France The seats are $3 each Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
to reject any.
did ready not their want soldiers.to fight Germany, but they writea got and each purchaser is limited to four. PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

letter to France, 'You don't get Certified checks must accompany the 1
ready or I will fight you in nine for single tickets and boxes.
requests -
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hours." Germany_ to fight them, pass must also send stamps for --- --- --
Be1 ium. Belgium say. 'I am a country Applicants
; I am not a road.' And Belgium return postage and registration.NEW .
write a letter to England about Germany \\1 The ivaxet.i I
England help
to help 'him. So the ENGLAND:: :: TUBERCULOSISCONFERENCE
no can do better in .
,, Belgium.N; Journal. -' ti"s / _-- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITYOPPOSITE
same 'pace-Chica i .
o IV -__ -- --'''' 1 POST OFFICE
second New i
WHAT SUFFRAGE DID Springfield, :\Iass.-The '"
IX XEW:: JERSEY. England Tuberculosis Conference, under I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Although the New Jersey electionwas the auspices of the National As- inch of your garments will be treated with Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
held in an off-year and was noteven sociation for the Study and Preven- Every square scorching, burning or glossing. ThePoard flies and kept fresh
at the regular time, the great: tion of Tuberculosis, began here to- clean hot dry steam without time and time again recommended screened away from the ,
popular interest in woman suffrageS day with a large attendance of physicians of Health and physicians have Method of and pure.
proved by a total vote almost health officers, and others in- I and endorsed the V. Baylarian Sanitary invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
S in 1913 We
.
to that for governor terested.Methods
equal Suffrage now is as strong at the pollsas of antituberculosis work pressing wearing apparel. method. All I everything in the Meat Line.
the Republican party was in that were discussed this afternoon by Prof. Everybody ought to try this new Sanitary
stronger: than Gunn, of Boston, Miss: Oo.
and about 50.000 l'1kar1.: Self &
reduced.
year will be jVdC.
Mr. Taft was in 1912. At the presidential Mary: Beard, of Boston; Dr. Eugene P.. prices :KL.
election three years ago 432.- Kelley, of Boston and Dr. Harry LeeI'arnes Call Today PINE STREET
531 ballots were cast. Now, with only of Wallum Lake, R. I. Make It Your Way. I PHONE NO. 80
the suffrage issue at stake, about
340,000 voters appeared, of whom

over change.140,000 were favorable to the FIELD'SCHOCOLATE V. Baylarian

Xew Jersey is a highly conservative -
state. The action that it was
asked to take was radical in the ex COURT AND CHURCH STS.
CORNER
treme. Aside from the natural oppo- TELEPHONE 78. CHALMERS AGENCY
innovation the \
sition awakened by - -
movement encountered powerful an. :
tagonism on the part of long established MMIMMIU

1 political and business interests. VANILLA New Chalmers -7 passenger will arrive about the
n-th-of-theold;; party machines were u-.v-
hostile, the brewing and liquor com- TUTI FRUTI
binations were a unit in their resistance 20th.

and a considerable element GUAVAICE all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
among imical. the women themselves was in- CREAMS. "Providence bein' willin', we We do

This one constitutional question
called more than 80 per cent of the meetin' today. Will
electors to the polls. Not many present ; will go to
day issues; could have compelledsuch
a showing, and the suffrage AUTO LUNCHESA WASHING STATIONFreeman
cause in New Jersey, in spite of the : you? AUTO
repulse it has received, must he regarded SPECIALTYCLUB
as still very much alive.-

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UNITARIAN: : CHURCH 'school' board. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111
At The Churches 11111111111111111111111111111111111111. .
8:00-"The Bible in Modern Civilization
Corner Central avenue and Main I -
street. ," by Rev. W. J. Carpenter,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. I Jacksonville, Fla., pastor of First M.
HeEdward T. Poulson D. D., I
pastor. Morning: service at 11 o'clock; sub- E. Church, South.1ednesday ; "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

)lr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent ject of sermon, "Some Popular Hy Morning, Oct. 27th.
of the Sunday school; Mr.: Geo. pocrisies." 6:00-Prayer and praise service onshore '
"'. director of the choir
Phillips ;
of Lake Eola.8:30Devotional.
Mr.: William S. Branch, Jr., orpanist. Unity Circle on Wednesday after- I'
A most cordial welcome is extendedto noon. Paper by llrs.lahlon Gore, service. Unless Budded ; ;
all who(come within our doors. It on "John Muir. 8:45--"The Wesley Bible Class," by ,:
you have n"o church home here, come -0- I Mr. J.1.. Way, Spartanburg, S. C.,
and be at home with us-it's alwaysa II' | from
joy to greet and welcome you. CHRISTIAN: AND MISSIONARYALLIANCE field secretary of Atlantic division. Bearing
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. All : I' 9:10-"Preparation Necessary to I
classes organized with efficient teachers I Teach the Lesson," by Mr. S. D. Har-
in charire. Parents are urged to Meets every Sunday at 22 West : _,_, S P._ ___ ..__ ..,.1 _' -
", t .a"n"uu.r a, member of known
come with their children. Pine street. II. trees a
j
Public worship in main auditoriumat Sunday school at 2:30. ,our Conference S S. board.9:35"Mobilization uJ.1 II :

11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the Preaching at 3:30 p. m. of Our _______
pastor in the pulpit. Morning: ser a
Class Forces, by Dr. Chas. D. Bulla.
Prayer and praise meeting at 7:30
mon, "The Healing Touch. Subjectfor Quantity and
Wesley
the popular evening service each Tuesday evening. 10:00-"Developing Efficient
"Keeping the Fires Burning; or Joy Come, and bring the children to all Bible Class Leaders," by Miss
of Salvation Restored." these services.CHRISTIAN. Elizabeth Kilpatrick.
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Echoes I-
10:40- from the Field-two !
of Pro-
Miss Claudia DeLaney president. -- 9 Quality
Prayer and fellowship meeting on : SCIENCE: minute talks from leaders. _____ __ 3 -
Wednesday night. 11:15-"The Underlying Purpose," ___
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
The vesper service at 4:30 in the Services at 11 by Bishop James Atkins.
a. m.; subject, "Pro I
afternoon. Don't miss it. See full bation After Death Afternoon2:30Devotional duction.--O.W. jj
in another column.
program service
Wednesday evening at 7:45. service.
-0-- Third floor, corner South Orange
ST. LUKE'S; CATHEDRAL avenue and Church street. Entranceon 2:45-Ten minute talks on "The
Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean. Church street. Wesley Bible Class Train:" Conner.

October 21, twenty-first Sunday --0- (1)) "The Engineer (President) and .
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
after Trinity. His Work Trees like these! will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Services as follows: There will be no preaching at thePresbyterian ((2)) "The Conductor (Teacher) and grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for SOUR supply NOW
7:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy church either in the His )Work.

Communion. morning or evening. (3) "The Fireman (Treasurer) and
0:45: school and catechism Sabbath. school at 9:45 o'clock in
a. m. Sunday Chief Flagman/ (Secretary) and Their
the morning, to which all are invited. Work," by Hex W. C WelJIer, field Two years apo in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHANUKSHKIKS

11 n. m. Morning prayer and .*er. secretary Florida. S. Association. : : began to educate the to what
public
Friend In Winter Park have HS! it-ally constituted n real f1r t-dnltl4
mon. re- (4)) "The Membership Committee.
7:30 p, m. I I'jVrnlng prayer and ml' C't'h't',101'1 from Mr, Chas Smith Music l I.y Intyn band of Satifonl.ft nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test proves what could ne-

lr."II that she will return dunn from the ( ) "The Soclnl Committee ntWotk. computed II:)' planting\ ) trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call turf yes, UKMAN'l -

let) :W.: 10 n, m, ('iirtirute| mm North, where .she hit* been trending! ." by Mr*. S. l n> llariU, St. I'rterellurk :\ .: ) trees that\ \\'\'properly)' propagated TODAY) nurseries that IIn,'" not been in existence

munlun ,.f the' ItauKhter) lIt the King the summer month, tittmt pleasantly, Fit*., teacher of class of Ih'LI'I'C! "are clamoring "I'KDKiUKKD": ( for their" strong suit in nursery production.

ft'lluwad I l I.y monthly" business meat- I young men.rt What would YOU do In their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
l'IoiIC.\\1( : 1.'I.nlem.\ WKSI.KY': :: (' ) "Milking the lluMnes Meetlnu
11I1l.M. I' trees and, adopt the surest method, Hut you are n Itl1YI':R:. not n SKLLKH: .: anti YOU AUK
:+). St.t Simon and St.' JuI" IIIIII.K: CLASS PKIIKKATION) : AttHKtive 11I\.11It'1'ul., by Mr. C, II.
lay. 10 n, m, Celebration, of the .M. t.: ('IIUUII. "SOUTH' ,I Mitchell I Arcadia Fla., teacher of interested in tho very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Holy Communion, I j Wehley Bible rtasg time and money to bring it into bearing

-0- I (Irlando. Florida October :6t hand I ((7) 'The Devotional Committee's Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

"ST' JUllFI'ISCOI'.11.() : (Colored) 'I IUev. 27lh. 11)13.) I Great; Opportunity," by Mr. J. M. you are absolutely safe Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES the originators
Corner Pine and Terry streets
K:, Irvine Georges, n. A., priest 'furlldaftt'rnoon, Oct 26th. | Way.4:10-Business: Election of permanent of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
in charge. I Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and
plenty of it.
Sunday Oct 2-&. Twenty-first\ Sunday ,I 3:00-}Devotional service 1 officers, and other matters
after Trinity. Morning prayer I 3:15-Address of welcome by Mr. I'' Evening: Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

and address at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday I Jos. I. Guernsey. Response by A. II. I! 7:00-Song: service by orchestra work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

school address at at:8 p.7:30 m.;p.evening m. prayer and Cole' field secretary. :! and choir. Devotional service. hay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

:Monday Oct. 25. Brotherhood of 3:30-Temporaryorganization. I i| 7:30-"The Wesley Bible Class and comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
St. Andrew at 7:30 p. m. 3:40-"The Wesley Bible Class, a Economic Necessity," by Miss Elizabeth
Tuesday. Oct. 26. Woman's Aux Providential Agency," by Dr. Charles Kilpatrick. I

iliary Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. 27. Evening prayer f I D. Bulla, Nashville, Tenn., superintendent -j i 7:55-"The Bible Class Outlook,"

and litany at 7:30 p. m. Wesley Bible, South. ', by Dr. Chas. D. Bulla.
Thursday. Oct. 28. Feast of SS. 'I 4:15-"The Superlatives," bliss I)I 8:20-Address by elected presidentof Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Simon and Jude. Holy Communion at Elizabeth
7 a. m.Friday. Kilpatrick Corinth Miss: the Federation. I'
Oct. 29. Confirmation lecture 'field worker, M. E. Church, South. Adjournment.Local .
at 7 p. m.; choir rehearsal at 8 'I 4:40-Appointment of committees. I Federation Committees \v. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
p. m. Announcements. Reception-T. J. Watkins, chair-
A cordial invitation is extended to I
the services.CHRISTIAN. Evening man; E. H. Walker, Frank A. Smith,
-...0- 7:00-Song service by orchestraand Kendrick Guernsey, R. R. White. G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida j !
: CHURCH choir. I i| Decorations-:Mrs. F. A. Lowe, ,
Services this morning at 11 o'clock, Devotional service. !'chairman; Mrs. Floding, Miss Roux, j I;
the Christian and Missionary Alli- i
at 7:30-"The Wesley Bible Class as Miss Echols, Mrs.: Giles. |
Hall, West Pine street.
ance Communion on and sermon. Subject, an Educative Agency," by Bishop j Registration-Miss Eliza Wright, 1111111111111 11111111111111111111111111 MNf.. .11111111111111111111111111111.-...:

"The Fifth Wheel. James Atkins, Waynesville, N. C., 'chairman; Miss Esther Ley, Miss '
L. W. Buckley, pastor. president of the General Sunday Mary McCullough, Miss Wigfall. I

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Winter Park News The brick church, nearest the collejrt ducted ut the Methudikt church by
campus. Evangelist; Walt llolcomb and hid coworkers OUR.READYTOVIEAR''
This church extend a most cordial Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Jeter,
invitation to everybody to meet and enters upon the third week today. .
worship with them. I The foundation has been laid for a
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. lias fur reaching revival. The evangel
Daily Budget Of Items Concerning classes adapted to the preference of : istic party believes in going to the
I bottom of existing conditions Mr. [ [
The Town And Rollins College all.The preaching service at 11, when I Holcomb says "we have dug up a lot
the pastor will preach especially to of snakes during the past weeks, and
boys and girls but will endeavor to i now we expect to use the rest of the
GRADUATION EXERCISES OF NEGRO BOY ARRESTED FOR interest older people as well. i,meeting to kill as many of them as
THE DINKY HIGH SCHOOLAT STEALING FROM\ LOCAI4MERCHANTS The Young People's meeting at 6:15p. possible." The business that we have turned over already this sea-

CLOVERLEAF m. This afternoon at 3 p. m., in the
has been It's
son positively phenominal. not only gratifyingto
At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning the The evening preaching at 7. The Grand theatre, Mr. Holcomb proposesto
Last evening: at Cloverleaf the case of Imrie Horton the colored subject of the sermon by the pastor slay a lot of them. His subject is ourselves but is a pleasing indication that our splendid selections -
"Graduation Exercises of the Dinky youth arrested yesterday afternoonby will be, "Moses Invitation to His "David, the Awful Sinner" which is
meet the of circle
approval large of customers.
our
High School" were reproduced by the Marshal Overstreet, on a chargeof Father-in-Law, When Leaving Sinai said to be one of the evangelist's best
new girls at Rollins under the direc. having conducted a systematic for the Promised Land." sermon-lectures to MEN ONLY. It Here's news that will be of additional interest to our
tion of their elder sisters of the col- campaign of petty thieving will be -0Congregational- is a greater message than his "Horse
lege.The thrashed out in mayor's court. Church :Race" which he gave last Sunday to many friends. We have made a most advantageous contract

production of this comedy Horton who is about fifteen years Sunday school 9:45 a. m. the men. with one of the largest manufacturers in New York whose
formed the main part of the girls' old pled guilty to the charge and as Preaching, 11 a. m. Subject of the Mr. Holcomb will also preach this
initiation exercises which have been he was unable to secure bond was morning sermon "Are You a Modern morning at the Methodist church at motto is, "Style to the Minute," that we are to be supplied
looked forward to by the campus for locked up over Sunday. Philistine?" 11 o'clock and tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
three weeks with creations in Dresses
and Coats. Theseare
more than a week. The parts were According to the current story, Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m.; Paul Harrison :Mrs. Jeter will conduct a service for every
well taken and the play was a scream Horton confined his operations to the leader. 'the women of the entire city at 3 p. m. to be the very latest garments turned out by the designers -
from start to finish. A number of theft of garden seeds the pilferingof Preaching, 7:43 p. m. Subject, "The at the :Methodist church. Every woman -
parents were present to enjoy the which he had reduced to a fine art. Stuff From Which Heroes Are Made." should plan to be present. and approved by Fashion.We .

evening, and almost every student on It seems that he worked a relay Prayer meeting Wednesday night, Rev. Walt Holcomb. General have just received the first shipment and to say we
the campus attended. scheme of theft between the Schultz Evangelist"The
The form of the initiation had not and Shepherd groceries. For instance 7:30.A cordial invitation is extended you preacher is Walt Holcomb, a are delighted with them poorly expresses our admiration for
been disclosed, but the mystery sur- at the Schultz store he would hang to attend these. services.0 son-in-law of the late Rev. Sam F.
the exquisite conceptions.An .
rounding the program only increasedits around and, when his chance came, -0- Jones. It is impossible to draw a pen-
interest. An idea of the laugha- slip a few packets of seeds from the Saints Church picture of Mr. llolcomb that would-do inspection of these will astonish :you-the lowness ol
bleness of the merry little farce pro display box. These packets he car- 10 a. m. Holy Communion. him justice. lie is a Zacchaeus in
duced last night may be obtained ried to the Shepherd store and traded 11 a. m. Morning prayer with ser- stature, great in intellect gifted in prices more so.
from the program and cast of char- I for something to eat. The same trick mon. generalship an orator who never failsto
acters, which follows: was sometimes reversed, leaving Seats free, and strangers welcome. hold the rapt attention of his audi-
Dinky Graduation Exercises! Shepherd as the victim. Bishop :Mann will be present at the ence."
1. Orchestra overture Marian Pear- lIe offered no resistance when arrested morning service.ORLANDO Rev. Jerry Jeter ,
son, pianist. but tried unsuccessfully to beg "Rev. Jerry Peter is a fine preacher -
2. Jubilee chorus. off. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES a good leader of large choruses,
3. Alma :Mater song, chorus. and a great 'chalk talker.: This is -.
4. School jell, the Dinky School. WINTER PARK NOTESW. The first of the monthly trials and something new in the evangelistic '
5. Principal's speech, Marian Phillips tribulations has passed-the monthly work but draws and holds the closest t ff.-\.. t.r
J. Sigler is in town for a few tests. The school in general made a attention of the great crowds that attend '.1 i.;,. : .
6. Class song, Graduating Class. days visiting friends. good showing and the outlook for a the llolcomb meetings. ,- r.
7. Salutation Fannie Clark. successful school year is very good. "Mrs. Jerry Jeter the pianist and l
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8. Class history, Winifred llanchett. Russ Shanks son of Mr. John The first fire drill took place last personal worker Is an expert in the ,,
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9. Class phone Marjorie Tallman. Shanks; arrived in Winter Park tri- week and owing to the hew arrangement organization ahd training of personal .
10. Instrumental" music* Isabel foley day. of the stairways: a very good w-oikers. she Is a gifted musiciah, :.,)t)\\
ahd Ethel ttose. i"eeorJas hmJe the building beihpHinij ahd her frork ahiohg the wohieh is ( t.t_ '. t,
11. Uhulualioh( essay, Victoria llitIfplllaUnh Miss" Louise M. AbMl Is tiiuh, ililhtt'f ,lelely cleared Iti! finjr-nve[ PPPttfuls ; UiiUsually spiritual and abiding Itt its --4* 1
IUttsll'Y, \\ t'ntk after' ri Itiu U!, ( hlenhnttiatlni; : vat tllli!!. itiihtil! rthd ri few !''II'\\tJIHIiitt'ft; tht "Ihh t I is till tVrthgtlhth f !' ? JirtHjr bf t-U- ( ., ,,.
lit: Wnht I'ultiWH, Vfrfca lest!' : It411i"!'!' Wl'F in itsshI1!' ; tilt u !h 1IIIt! whhes! that tilt! te! It t'IttQg ..111-111,111'11)1.$ Mi\ti411 }fear= WV: t'4 IIHt tn, of N@w' IIt4H, h aitttl) in! having t tin roiitlidrgrildei \ tlIIIIII\H"II\ t'i'ttlll\ weeliutf\ aijI. \ ) ./' .'rlliA- r\ I .:
!''ilm; !' dawli ''ftin'i, its\ thli first:! r1I1I1Fiq fIHiJ"If' IWrTltiS1IOS.a .' \ .
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Anil presentalis' ) i of diplomas, Her-f !sal!: pn the stairway I .tf / -\J } -

tnhh1 Kail( : S. Pettier- ,-yvhp--has- been spending Jfev. J. fl- hey, pf the t ,ttlOl1ist hl4ntlQ Lodge: NO. 20, J f. 0. f 0. t'-, \.. J J.1 J.
Valedictory' Floience Sherman. several 1 days in Winter l'arkivis- church= = and Mr. Jeter, whu presidesover win confer the second degree at the -- _. ,.
Class colors, crimson and violet; the musical services during the regular meeting Monday night at ClflJ.\ ,
jting relatives, 'left for Tampa yesterday \
ilasd 'flower, bugun>|lli4; motto, +*sjnk I afternoon. Methodist revival, were present at 7:30. All members and visiting Odd )

or swim. I I the chapel exercises Friday morning.Dr. Fellows are urged to be present.W. = (

B. E. Edwards and daughter, :Miss Ley amused the student assembly I H. Brokaw, noble grand.
STATE AS"TJn .\J4 V. 'M. C. .\. Grace returned Friday from LaCrosse for a short while by relating some of I
OFFICERS HERE : Wis., where they have been his humorous experiences in his TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYI
Yesterday and today Winter Park I spending the summer. school life and concluding with a cordial -
and Rollins College have had as invitation to the student body to MAKE A BUSINESS of planting

guests O. E. Maple secretary of the Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Johnson returned attend the revival services at the anteed.citrus trees.Write for All prices.trees I set Box guar-222, i
Florida state committee of the Y. M. Friday afternoon from Olean, Methodist church. Ocoee Fla. 10- "-lmoc i
C. A., and W. II. Morgan student New York where they spent the sum- Our brave O. II. S. eleven journeyedto
secretary few the South for the same mer very pleasantly. Sanford Thursday afternoon and FOR RENT-A good ten room house The DressesAre
organization met the S. II. S. eleven in a clean and with modern conveniences and well
At the college chapel exercises interesting football game the score ventilated; just the thing for board-
yesterday Arthur Schultz left for Jacksonvilleover
house located in a ,
ing ; prosperous made of fine qualities of plain and Chiffon Taffetas -
favor oA the O. H. S. very
in
made being 12 to 0
morning both gentlemen L. ,
the A. C. L. last night. lie expects growing town. Apply to W. Story
short but interesting addresss to the I to be away from home for several :Mr. Robert Davis distinguished him Winter Garden, Fla. y-30-tfc dainty grades of Charmeuse, splendid wearing qualities
students. During the noon hour a days, attending to business mat- self by making a touchdown. Our
called meeting of the Y. M. C. A. was ters in the metropolis of Florida.A valiant team is certainly coming to I BUILDING MATERIALS AND of Gros de Londres, Serges with plaid combinations, etc., etc.
held at Lyman Gymnasium and an the front and their hard work has i ESTIMATESWe Price range is from $7.50 to $40.00.
invitation was extended by Mr. Mapleto pleasant party composed of Victor surely been to advantage. are prepared to furnish esti-
as many as could of the college Williamson Miss Alice Whitner, CHAS. E. LIMPUS. mates on lumber and building mate- We especially feature a range priced from $18.50 to
attend the student rial of all kinds. Give our service a
association to con- Billie Beekman and Miss Pearl Hunter -
ference which iyto be held at Gainesville motored over to Daytona yesterday WANTED or 2 extension and 2 to trial. A. B. Cock & Co., Orlando. $22.50-ask to see them. ,
October 27-31 inclusive. At this and spent several hours. 4 step ladders extensions CO or 36 10-19-20t.
I and step 8 or 10 feet. State price.M. I II
meeting a splendid: talk was given by I & E., care Sentinel. 10-24-St ', Subscribe for the morning Sentinel.
Mr. Morgan who in addition to beingone Miss Agnes :Morgan who has been ----
of the two student secretaries for in charge of the Winter Park tele. ---- The Coats

the South is a member of the inter- phone exchange for several months,
national committee of the Y. M. C. A. has resigned and will return to her Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe
Carry distinctive individuality only found in of
These two prominent Y. M. C. A. home in Orlando the first of the garments

workers are at Rollins to arouse interest month to resume her position in the the highest grade. They are made in fabrics of
in the student conference next local exchange.
week at Gainesville and are makinga
tour of the state colleges for the Methodist Episcopal ChurchW. have a fine line of "No Name" Hats latest styles CorduroysSeal

same purpose.At L. Barze pastor. and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes
a cabinet meeting of the Y. MJC Sunday school at 10 a. m. Plush
A. officers last evening Mr. Maple Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. and Men's Furnishings.
spoke concerning the work of the Association Topic for the day: "Put First Things Corded Velvet
and llr.Iorgan emphasized First." Morning subject "The Keyto
the responsibility of the individual Christian Living." Evening subject -
Associations and incidentally this "Ambition." W. H. SCHULTZAt Reversible Tweeds
particular branch in furthering the Everybody is invited to attend the
world movement which is being carried I services. Special attractions! "The
-
I and the character cloth called the "
on by: the organization Both of Cross of Christ." the New Store Winter Park, Fla. new "Recontre made by

these talks were full of good counsel the well-known English firm of Sir Titus Salt & Co.
Winter Park Florida
and will be a constant inspiration for
This is the fabric that took first prize-the Blue Ribbonat
the betterment of the Rollins organ PRIVATE SALE OF HORSES AND -

ization. :Messrs. Maple and Morgan )It"LEST: NINTEH I'ARK the Garment Exhibition at the Ritz Carlton. We are sole
leave this afternoon for Sutherland ttMtl MtMMMMtMtllMMMMIIIMMl MMMMI
and from there will continue their local distributors for this fabric.DicksonIves.
trip arriving at Gainesville Thursday SATURDAY, OCTOBER :23, AND

ence., after Ten the delegates opening will of attend the confer-from MONDAY, OCTOBER 25: ; |L Winter Park Auto Co. i !

the Rollins Association.
I WILL HAVE A CAR LOAD OF

MAY START CANDY STORE GOOD HORSES AND MULES AT

Miss Harriet Bill, of Jacksonville, WINTER"' PARK ON SATURDAY BUICK and FORD CARS Co
in town yesterday looking over
was
AND MONDAY, AND WILL SELL
the situation and inquiring for rooms
suitably located for operating a candy THEM\ AT PRIVATE SALE OR Repairing Painting"and Auto
kitchen. It is understood that if sucha WILL TRADE FOR OTHER ,
location can be found she will locate -
here. HORSES. COME TO THE DAVIS Supplies DEPARTMENT STORE.

LIVERY BARN AND LOOK THEM Ie11 ...

FORTNIGHTLY CLUB TOMORROW\ OVER- CHEAPEST CAR LOAD OF "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"

The regular meeting of the Fort- HORSES EVER SOLD IN FLOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
nightly club will be held at the college -
studio with Misses Brebner and IDA. .* .L HORSES WELL BROKE.

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Pathe. "Romance of Elaine." The

SOCIAL CALENDAR evening and all joined in wishing Mr. concluding Wireless Detective.chapter"of exploits, "The

M t Monday, October 25.; Wells many happy and prosperous American. "By Whose Hand," fea-
Meeting Civic League, 3:30 o'clock.I. years to come. turing Winifred Greenwood.
O. O. F., second degree initiation + Alwin. "Hungry Hank in the Country -
l ceremonies. ."
Tuesday, October 26. Mrs. C. H. Pellman, general secre- Fie reels.

Florida Wesley Bible Class Federa- tary of the Woman's Missionary So- Five and ten cents.

tion at M. E. church.Hallowe'en ciety of Florida, who has been spend-
social Ladies' Aid Society
ing several days in this section, as-
Concord Park. Public invited. TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE
Wednesday, October 27. sisting the ladies of the Baptist

Unity Circle, afternoon. Mrs. Mahlon church with their work, left yester- The two houses I have for sale at j-'Idiot{ 4f'w R

Gore"will read paper on "John day morning over the Coast Line fo the price of one are located on lot 78
Muir. foot front facing east, with a depthof
Bridge Club, Mrs. L. B. Fort hostess. her home in Jacksonville. While here 185 feet, number 406 Magnolia o 0
Florida Wesley Clble: Cass! Federa- 'Mrs. Pellman was the guest of Mrs. avenue between Livingston and Amelia J We are headquarters for Friendship Links. We have J

tion at M. E. church. W. M. Davis and Mrs. B. J. Lord. The section of splendid homes,
hundreds of these links select
Thursday, October 23. + with grand old oaks arching the pretty to from, the price is
Rosalind: Cd: ;b. musicale, afternoon. streets.
Equal Suffrage!: League: social tea; Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon has recov- The modern 2 story house has on only 25c., including engraving, and they are very popular.

:Mrs F. A. Curt-'s, hostess. ered from her illness and will occupy first door: parlor living room, dining

Gun shoot at Coi'ntry Club.A the pulpit of Unity Chapel as usualon room, kitchen pantry, toilet and lavatory
+ large living porch on the front
CELEBRATION Sunday morning. and side latticed rear porch.On ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

A happy birthday party was heV the second floor are 3 large ,
CincinnatiDealer THAT PROPOSED ROOSTER ORDINANCE sleeping rooms, each having enam-
at the home of W. K. Curry, on East :I eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold lib cD

Livingston avenue, yesterday after- water ""here is also an extra large =0 *1__ Ix"

noon, it being the fifth anniversary of M-reened-in sleeping porch with room
': I The article: in yesterday's Sentinel enough for the whole family. The
tt'eV.. Kenneth Jr.. and
Curry a
concerning an ordinance for the ostracism bath room is large, light, and airy, : -
number of his friends helped him to Icelebn. I I nice enameled fixtures, all modern and :'J' l. V Unusual I Designs
of the Rooster from Orlando was :
"i
.'n"O. ,. i; were 0)1.'yed under : sanitary.The
somewhat in that it H' '" #
misleading conveyed -
the dil-'::.k1 of -irs. Drvid Sias, and) i house is newly painted and pa- \ .: 'J"t' _1' \: ; Some people, in fact, a great many,
the idea that the Civic Leaguehad pered throughout, shades are hung, it .
then the *'"i>py cjmrar.-.. .were invited taken official' action the is wired for electric lights fixtures rl 1t-} : ' ...,ncq';' l-' prefer unique and original effects

Says : i L." .m: u.-ii: "'-.' room -.v j:!' wa (!' council upon installed also connected with gas. In ," : tp-I matter revesting' the city to
". "d in pink and whi c w.h;! a 1 fact, you will find every convenience ; r; \ :..: (' i."t :;:J these demands and always carry in
take towards the elimination of for home comfort. If j
I steps necessary you .1 _'
-
cake in the center of the table. ei .. stock something entirely different
the nocturnal pest. As since discovered do not care to use the entire house -;>< ) "
I "ive pink candles were gaily:: burn'-. I the location. so near the'omin-!," i '_ '? 1 from others. Will you call here ow

.', d\ :Neapolitan ice crt'am.with, cakes however, one member of the insures rentals of spare rooms at 1 ;.;" t .;is :yl, will we send our sample book to you?
.Civic League: approached Mayor Sperry extra good in demand I
and cookiesve.e served by Mrs. prices. Always -
; asking him what action could be ; or if you care to rent the en- I I t# : l ; -
Curry, the children showing their + :
taken. The mayor informed her that tire house and occupy during the '> Orlando I Paint & Wall', Paper C.
hearty appreciation by their exclama- tourist season the :3 room cottage on .- :'1JY :- Of;>
tions of delight. The small host was lion. L Massey, city attorney, was the premises in the rear you would \ 205 S. Orange: Avenue
out of the city and upon his return derive a rental by which the propertycould
showered with pretty and useful gifts
would be counselled in regard to the be made to pay itself out. COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
"We have the
in
from his little friends.
barn
problem. The mayor presented the There is a garage, and chicken -
Richard and - -- --- -- -----
Those present were house etc. Fruits of various

Marian Sias, Ruth Brown, Margaret, matter to the commissioners, as kinds everything right up to now and
past year placedover stated in the Sentinel. Whether the just a little above the ordinary in
Mildred and Catherine Slemons, For- I
question will come before the Civic many ways.It .
rest Young Helen :Mae Evans, Mabel I does not require much r'adyI ,
250 DODGE League and official action taken is a
Fields, Waldo] and B. J. Lord Jr., : money; a small cash payment from CAREY HAND
matter of conjecture. I
Mary Elizabeth Ives, Eleanor Dow responsible parties will secure the I
I property.The .
Cars in our terri- Irene and Ruth Rex, Ralph Sias, Helen LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL I price is $6,300. A bargain at

Salomon, and Helen Ives. Mesdames that figure. FUNERAL DIRECTOR

and Fields, Evans and Sias were E. C. .OUNG. I
tory, just as an About the Rooster REAL ESTATE,
also present and assisted in the entertainment EMBALMER
Editor Sentinel-Let us give the Room 10. McNeill & IJnis Block. .
of the little folks.U. .
10-24-tfc -
illustration of the + Orlando Women's Civic League

thanks and praise, for their proposed
I). C. URGES DAVIS HIGHWAY
satisfaction theyare San Francisco, Cal.-A national relief to suffering humanity, as regards All calls answered Promptly Dayor
roosters not being allowed in

boulevard traversing the southern the city limits. Tourists want rest Hand Block.
GRANDTOMORROW Night.
will states and having its western termi-
giving say and sleep in the morn, and that is
nal at San Diego, Cal., was to be ad-
what they can not get in some partsof
vocated by the United Daughters of Orlando Florida.PHONE
that a DODGEowner the Confederacy, who continued ses- our city, and many times throughthe I I .
night regular solos of crowing can j
sions of their convention here today. I 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
be heard in all directions. It is nerve- ,
has just reported The Jefferson Davis highway is the
racking to be awakened several timesin
proposed name of the road, which, according -
the night, and soon as dawn appears .
would be built
that to the plan, by
to us again 'crowing begins, and
the supervisors of the counties keeps up, until one is obliged to arise . .1111. . 1111111111111111111111111 11111 " 11111'

he had just returned I I through which it passes. whether so disposed or not, or lie listening A Kalem Broadway Star Feature,
The convention, after hearing a report -
to those noisy roosters. Someof
from Mrs. L. E. Williams, of
the tourists complained about this "THE LURE OF MAMMON,"
from a trip to Anchorage, Ky., on the bill before
congress, petitioning that the civil last winter, and may our mayor and I ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM U, O'NEAL | ;

city council accede to the request of
Featuring
Buffalo in his war be known as "the war betweenthe
Civic League ladies as well as all who
states," took the stand that the
are persecuted by the racket. "FANIAIARIXOFF..
word "civil" was incorrectly appliedto
DODGE Car on Many cities already have this ordi-
a conflict for a separate govern
nance, why not Orlando, whose resi-
ment. A Splendid Drama in Three Acts.
which he averaged + dents as well as tourists enjoy good

I MRS. GILES RETURNSMrs. ,sweet sleep and rest, which is really


25 miles to gallonof I lando .last LeRoy evening B. Giles from returned Fort George to Or- necessary to good health. H. B. C. I i CURTIS & O'NEAL

HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 64,
where she has been visiting her par-
and A City Missionary
gasoline

ents time for she a and week.Mr. Giles Previous had to been that in I Editor Sentinel:-How do you think The World Before Your Eyes.5c. Insurance Loans Real Estate ; :

it would do for all of the churches of
the oil consump- the East for a vacation of several i
Orlando to get together and have a
weeks. Her many friends rejoice at Rentals
I city missionary? While there are
tion was so small her return. .
+ many persons contributing to the lOc

work of the Associated Charities who

that it hardly WEDDING ANNIVERSARY abundantly able and doubtless
was are
About fifty friends of Mr. and Mrs.G. .
willing to visit the sick and afflicted,
P. Featherstun drove out to their .
noticable. hospitable home near Lake Holden, and to pray with the dying, yet it is INGLENOOK CAKE AND
not the business of the society to do
last evening, and spent several hoursin CANDY PARLOR
that, and when such need arises it is
an enjoyable manner. The happy
difficult to find the willing persons at ESTAIILISlIKllMIMIIHMIiMIIIMtiniilllMMMiiMMiMMttnil lbi 6i
occasion was the eighteenth wedding Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,

anniversary of this estimable couple. once.We etc. I
+ are a fast growing Christian Orders taken for parties. I

CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING city. We must employ effectual meth- Located in rear of Branch's: BookStore 1

ods for accomplishing our work. I
At the meeting of the Civic League Arcade I i

Monday a delegate to the State Fed- Sincerely. yours,

eration meeting at DeLand, Novem- I.F.B. . . . . . . . t 4" L..lllllllal.IIIIII MMttMMi* MMMtiMMMMM*

ber 16-19, will be elected. A full at- !
NOTICEThe
tendance is desired. r a

+ City of Orlando has for sale

SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST about $15. OO worth of paving assess- :
!
The Ladies Society of Concord Park ment liens payalbe. in 1, 2, and 3 Pipes Pipes Pipes
years bearing 8 per cent. interest.
will hold a Hallowe'en social on Mrs. Sealed bids for same will be receivedand

Morey's lawn, Colonial Drive, Tues- opened at the regular council C

day evening, October 26. The Aid meeting to be held on October 29 f We are selling black and galvanizea pipe at the
1915 at 2 t
p .m.
Society has held several ice cream so- CARL JANSEN City Clerk. best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
cials during the summer which have 10-23-3tc
b LW been very successful and a satisfactory it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

sum for the new chapel has been OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

realized on each occasion. On next SURGEON
work can save by having us
:you money
1Philips Tuesday evening the ladies will serve Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand i

home made dainties appropriate for surgeon, announces that he has cut and drill your pipe'and put in brass nozzles
returned from Harvard University,
the occasion, at the modest price of where he took post graduate work in so as you can install it yourself.

15 cents. Every one is invited to eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
: We will also sell Bath Tubs Water Clos-
,
come and help make this the most Also physical diagnosis (nerves you

successful social of the year. heart, and lungs kidneys and other vis- ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
cera), electrotherapy and contagious -

& + diseases. Office, Cheney build- may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
On Wednesday evening, October 14, ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
the Concord Park Sunday school held phone: Office 617; residence 1018. I-" you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri

their regular weekly prayer meetingat .- can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

I the home of Mr. Wells, West Con. MRS. MARY A. COX closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Sons cord avenue. About fourteen mem -

bers were present and a pleasant surprise Presents the ; for five years.

was in store for them at the FASHIONS OF THE HOUR J i

close of the meeting. It being the occasion inEXCLUSIVE

of Mr. Wells birthday, a delicious BLOUSES ;-
ice cream and cake course was NECKWEARAND F. Joseph Raehn Co.

served, and Mrs. Brooks-Smith enter- .
tained the guests with several beau- NOVELTIES lam
THE PIPE MAN
tiful poems written by a personal 1
501 West Street Orlando
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PINE CASTLE NEWS the men elected to office were put SAFETY FIRST FEDERATION CONTRACTS FOR SIXTEEN SUBMARINES OLSON: HAS \ FINE: IMIMtMUt
there by their fellow citizens' faith in MEETS I (Winter Garden; Times)
The Winter Garden Pharmacy, II
Pine Castle, Fla., Oct. 19.-Pine them; and that in accepting their of. 1 I A. Olson proprietor, is probably on*
fice they are willing to do their best. Washington, D. C.-Contracts for' of the
Castle was incorporated Thursday, Detroit, :Mich, Oct. 19.-With hundreds handsomest drug store- in
October U, 1915. The voters who settled the matter of city officials, traffic experts, sixteen submarines and six Florida. The floor is tiled in a pretty
design and the wall
de.troy-I cases are of oak
We are now the city of Pine Castle, of Pine Casle's incorporation were: and engineers from all parts of the ers were awarded late )' The pharmacy has just installed a
Orange county, Florida.On Dr. G. T. Bennett, Messrs Eugene country in attendance the first con the navy department. One destroyerwill $1,500 Liquid Carbonic companj.- ?.e
Thursday evening October 14, ,Illume, E. I). Evans II. L. Funk \\'. ention of the Safety First Federation be built at the Norfolk navy yard I less fountain. It is ten feet tone ..
M. lIansel E. W Hansel. R. J. Han and one at Mare Island, Cal. Six of I nearly all Italian marble. The from
at 7:30 the voters of Pine Castle met of America met here today for a is of white trimmed with J mable '
in the parish house of Union Chapelto 'sel. B O Hansel, J F. Harris, C. II. two days session. the submarines will be built on the The back bar is of marble green and
vote on incorporation. This was 'I Hoffner. I. J. Jones, Frank Kauffman, Major Oscar B. Marx and Charles Pacific coast. The Bremerton Wash., : oak with a mirror 4\8 fett The
the third time the matter had come G. C. Knudson, C. F. Livengood, J. Warren, president of the Detroit and the Portsmouth N. II., navy : fountain and is the latest design in an
self
up for voting and this time the charm W Matchett, Paul Macy, F. E. :Mann board of commerce, welcomed the delegates yard each will build one. i itary pumps; three ice cooling cream features cabinets:; ten six
worked out for incorporation. There G. C. :Miller, S. Frank Phillips, F. M and Darwin P. Kingsley, ofVew Four destroyers were ordered, as I crushed fruit jars. The dishes and
have been many meetings of citizens Preston. Dr. D. C. Roney, C. J. Sweet York, president of the federation follows: Cramp & Sons company, two ; glasses will be washed in soap suds
lately, private and public; much talk. John Schnarr Fred Scholhamer, C. V. made an address.At at $845,000 each. and rinsed in an automatic de\ue

Colonial ing, pro and con; the usual village Tanner. J. H. Tanner, W. C. Tanner, the afternoon meeting there Seattle Construction and Drjdock !
store discussions, and much advice A. Tanner. J. G. Tjner, and Wm were speeches by Henry B. Joy, president company, one at $885,000. I continuing Beginning Saturday Friday, andIonday.October: :22. .and wewill

given from far and near; but the Wigman.Dr. of the Lincoln Highway Association Bath Iron Wojks, one at $875,500. sell 10 yards of best calico for :2:,
meeting of Thursday evening soon Geo T. Bennett made a very and a leading automobile manufacturer The destroyers to be built at the cents. Sold only 10 to 10::JO o'clock
After each electionwas Mare Island "aw11 cost $762- : a. m., and 10 vards to each customerAt
I developed the fact that it was for the able chairman. i ; WilliamlcAdoo: chief city navy ) H. Kanner Great
Annual Sale
express purpose of incorporating Pine settled Dr. Bennett made a neat magistrate of New York; Robert Adamson 638, and the one at the Norfolk navy II021dUwttPine

I:Castle. So here is a little history for little speech reminding each officer of I fire commissioner of New yard, $706,305.The I
HILLS :those who care to know every detail, the honor extended him and wishing York; and Ralph Folks, commissionerof total of the awards is $4,923-
and who cherish such a thing as his- them success and pleasure in the hold- public works of New York and 443. All of the boats will have a Castle
ing of their respective offices. He chairman of the executive committeeof minimum speed of thirty knots an
tory.The forgot himself. It was also an honorto the Safety First Society of New hour and will displace 1,125 tons each. I
meeting: was called to order NurseriesPine
hold the chairmanship of this momentous York. Delivery to the government is required '
promptly at 7:30 m.
p. occasion, incorporating Pine To sub-committees of the transpor. in from eighteen to twenty
Dr. Geo. T. Bennett was chosen Castle. tation committee will present draftsof months. The submarines awarded to I Castle, Fla.
chariman and Mr. J. B. Smith secre- called the first concerns were as follows:
The mayor meetingof ordinances and laws for considera- private
tary. Roll call revealed the fact that for further organization Electric Boat eight at
councilmen tion embodying the best safety measures company
of the 38 regular, registered voters of of that body for Saturday, October for safeguarding the public, witha $545,000 each. I I Has first class orange and

Pine Castle residing in the area pro- 16. 7:30 p. mAll the office view to having them adopted by Lake Torpedo Boat company, threeat grape fruit trees ready to plant
posed for the incorporation of Pine ers of the first municipal hOld-I municipalities and states. $545,000 each.California I We offer only first class trees
Castle. 31 were present to vote for Pine Castle were present at the I Shipbuilding company budded, from prolific bearing

Is building ncorporation. ing Saturday night. The meeting was(I II Drink Elder Spring Water. See or Long Beach Cal. (Lake company de- trees of known quality. We
The first business was the electionof called to order by the major, Mr. C. phone Geo. T. Hull &. Company, Rock sign), three at $548,000 each. also have the genuine Watson
a major. I J. Sweet. Owing to Judge T. Picton I uilding> 1-10-lG-tfc I watermelon seed. No melons
1200 feet of Side- A motion was made and carried Warlow not being able to get the pa- I| Bulbs, Italian rye nasturtium and i shipped from where we saved
i that in this matter the voting shouldbe pers of incorporation ready in time, ; garden seeds, fresh at :McElroj's 'our seed. Melons weighed from

walks 2000 feet of by ballot; the one receiving the the regular procedure of further or- Specials for Satur- i i Pharmacy. 1-10-20-St Ii 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree.
largest number of votes being eleced
ganization of council could not be I Sentinel want ads get results. .
mayor. The nominees were: C. J. complied with, so adjournment was and
day Monday
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Clay Streets, has 8 Sweet C. C. Hall, D. C. Roney, J. J. announced to meet again at the may-
Reeves. C. II. Hotfner. and J. W. or's call. 1I 1---
houses under :Matchett. The tellers appointed wereJ.
con- G. Tjner and F. M. Preston. They Mrs. N. T. Hansel returned home 16 Ibs. Granulated Sugar _--___$1.00 I
__ .
Patent Flour 1.00
24 Ibs Best
announced C. J. Sweet and C. C. Hall visit with her daugh !
be finished Tuesday from a 6 Boxes Sardines' .25
tract to nnnn
tying, with 7 votes each; D. C. Roney, ter. Mrs. A. N. Crutchfield. of Grace. 6 Packages Washing Powder ___ .2:> i
2 votes; J. J. Reeves, 6 votes; C. IIiloffner. I ville. 6 Packages Matches nnnn_ .25

within 90 days. 4 votes and J. W. Matchett, : Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy visitedin 7 bars Lenox Lemons or 6 Octagon doz. Soap__ .23.18 I!
Imported per n
3 votes showing that the full 31
: Kissimmee Friday.Mr. Irish Potatoes per peck n____ .35
votes had been cast. F. W. Anderson spent the weekend Pure Coffee, per lb. __nn____ .18
. Mr. Frank Livengood made a mo- with his family on Lake Conway, Nier Rice, per lb. _____________ .05 ?
tion that owing to the absence of Tall pink Salmon, per can ___n_ .10 I
the
road
being on the representing Scratch feed meal and grits, 9
'Squire Hall in the North and the indefiniteness Philip Carey company, of Cincinnati. pounds for _________________ .25
Hillsis of his return, that the sec- Ohio, in Florida.Mr. 3 Cans Assorted Soups __nn .25 .
Colonial
reary be instructed to cast the ballot California Peaches, Pears and .
and Mrs. John Schnarr are residing
_____ ___ .20
and Plums per can nn
for C. J. Sweet. This carried the in Orlando during the bad

the highest elevation -secretary case the ballot declaring C. roads season and their Lake Conway Honest Weights and Measures
J. Sweet unanimously elected the first bungalow is closed temporarily.Miss .

of major of Pine Castle. Alma Minor, of the school
any pointin Next in order was election of a city staff, visited at her home in Orlando Cash Grocery Co.
clerk and treasurer. Nominationswere Saturday.
Orlando, has for F. 11. Preston J. G. Tyner, Prof. J. F. McKinnon paid a visit to Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. I

and W. M \\ gman. Tellers were the school Friday

water, lights and frank Livengood arid C. J. Sweet. Mrs. J. F Harris arrived home " " " " >" MMMIIMMIMMMMMMMMiMMMMIIIIIMIIIMMIMMMtTHE
They announced W. M. Wigman, 12 Wednesday from visits at different
votes J. G. Tjher, 11 votes, and F points in Osceota county.
gas. M. 1'restoh.", G votent 29 Votes were Miss Kiltie May of Titusviile, visttetl -
fast W. M. Wlgttiritt WaS elected city the past week at the home! of her

clerk and treasurer of i'ine Castle, friemU, Mr. and MM.! C. II. Hdifner.Mr .

the first for that t,(flt'@, !*, J. W Matehelt Is lIft the kh -

Net came the etedien of the c un.t'llmen list Slightly: ill.
It was ttpvi.le.l t that there te Mr, I I. illume, who h".t'" \ @" quite)

Colonial Hillsis nine members! of (1&U1It1II, It was ill, U very much Improved',
moved)' K, M, Pr@etan, and rarrieil' There has "been much activity t @nthe
that the eoundlmen be elected eeparately : ( Peninsula this week, A, (J. IAn San Juan Coffee
only ten blocks by acclamation The result caster. has had his property of 15

was that J. W Matchett t 8, Frank acres surveyed! and divided into lota
from the center of Phillips, J, F, Harris, C, II, Hoffner, and F W Anderson also had his place
W. M Hansel, J, J, Reeves, C, F of 9 acres surveyed and divided into RoomAND
Orlando. Johns, J, G, Tyner, and F. 11, Preston city lots Mr. Frank Holland, of the
form the first council of Pine Castle. county surveyor's office, surveyed for

Election of a marshal was then in Mr Lancaster, and Mr. Hal A. Irish
order. The election to be by ballot. did the work for Mr. Anderson. The
The nominees were G. C. Miller and selling of the lots will be put in the ANNEX CAFE

Frank Livengood. The tellers C. IIIloffner hands of the Pine Castle Realty com- I _

T. and Wm. Wigman, announced pany, which consists of Messrs. J. B
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rnces range 19 votes for G. C. Miller and 10 votes Smith, W. J. Slough, and J. T :
hustlers in the real l.UP.\\
for Frank Livengood; 29 votes were pett, all WILL OPEN
cast. G. C. Miller was declared elect- line.Mr.
from $250 to $700 ed first marshal of Pine Castle. Jos. L. Sundy recently bought
three lots of W. M. Hansel. This

uer lot. motion Health, seconded officer and was carried next. Upon the sec-a property faces the school house. Real

retary was instructed to cast the bal. estate is already looking up in the MONDAY MORNING OCTOBER 25t 1915
newly incorporated town of Pine Cas-
lot declaring Dr. D. C. Roney unanimously ,
de.
l elected first health officer for
Many from here attended the revival
the city of Pine Castle.At .
meetings at the Methodist

To see Colonial cheers the were end given of for the the elections City of three Pine church Dr. E.in T.Orlando I'oubon this was week.prevented Quick Lunch Service at popular prices in

The of Pine
Castle. incorporation
writeCarl Castle, besides the cheering! and the from Baptist keeping congregation his appointment here Sunday with Coffee Room from 6 A. M.

phone or shouting, was further celebrated by I afternoon by the stormy weather and

the ringing of tho church bell for very bad roads. to 8:30 P. M.
minute
thirty Both Sunday schools made a very
Now fine Castle is incorporated; fine showing Sunday morning.:. Fifty
the municipal official board all appointed .
eight& were present at Union Chapeland

for to the their people duties of; Pine and Castle it remains Rev.mtj-one King at D. the Jones Baptist will church.be here Club Breakfasts from 30c to 65c

to stand by them. The band of citizens
Preaching Union
next Sunday. in
Luncheon
who met at the parish house Chapel morning and evening. I Noonday 60c

Thursday evening were those who had I The young people have postponedtheir

arrived at the conclusion that incor. play, "All Mistake," until Friday I
poration was the next best thing to evening October 29th. Admission I
Dane D I come to our town. Pine Castle is old. lOc. and 15c. In the school audi- I A la Carte Service at all hours from 7 A.
C nearly fifty years old, it has had a torium.:

nice long quiet sleep. The red man Pine Crest hotel is open for the sea- A. till 8:30 P. M. in Cafe
here first-some Indian trails are
was son. $1.50 per day; $8.00 per week'Vvho .
still clearly defined; then came the

pioneers, who are gradually passing
is riding mysteriously by
We have but few with us to-
away. night in a monster aeroplane over the
day. They leave their offspring, as hills and valleys of Georgia? Why
I all good parents do, with the hope does he only nv at night, and whatis
that they may have more advantagesand Citizens his object in a hundred in these towns secret and flights rural* WESTERN[ MEATS EXCLUSIVELYFresh

less hardships than they did in communities are asking the question.for .
the early life of this country. Progress the aeroplane has been seen."
and advancement are some of the Such is the message that has gone
forth from Atlanta, and can be answered Milk and
the wonderful air of
properties in Eggs
in a few words by Floridians.
Florida. The spirit of progress has Nothing to it. All a myth. Some
awakened in earnest in Pine Castle rattled brained scribe in need of something -
and we will all join in and have a to "pad\ out" has put the story;
in circulation, after having worked i it
part in the making of a city that will threadbare in Florida.
be the home of man good people Put
tour criticisms away and know truthfully Advertise in the Morning Sentine
each one in his own heart, thai 10 cents a week delivered. 111111111111111.11111.1111.1.11..1.111.1..1..1..11.1..1..1.. .... ..



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AND ATIII.KTICH: AI.TAMONTK' : SPIMMJH VimUANS': IIKIT.NION: TO HE :NO MONEY: TO) PAY Foil Ol.llSLAVE ) )
I mu: > IN
fly T. II. Phillip Altnmontc Sprlnirn, Tin., Ort 21 I I The IrrliU'Wpnt; bubble of ninny itiliintatlun I
[Through triune and MNMU depend Mrs ( uIiti, of :Ot; IVtrmliurir. was I Ornlu, 1'la. 'I 1 h. following |1'1'11 darky'* (lifelong tlrrum 'In'n -
[ A largo meniurv 'the physical men. hrtf on business. I gram for the nnnual ('onfcilcritlf rv- {'f, 'iniiu'turrd und Mown to iiiont"
union in thin city m-xt" weekvii" t.t which has
II I and mural development of l las by (i mviiniri Just collie
[denture boy Mho hitve not played I Mm, J, W. OMrrit) hn<* returned' surd l yv''tt' >r.luy: from the I'niit-d' Stales\ treasury! dr.purtnunt r I''
lich.) weldoni In ndult life avilrnvaa from''' visiting relative In IrlundantiOsteet6 iriivrul .Ilm I rd I Ayer, muster of (, nt Wnnhington, unnoumintrtluit --
[ |>hy0lcnl. well being, the joy of llv- ) Vtretnonirs' .. thi government has not und
10) a. m.-Aufcemliltf" at 'r"ml,1v| the will have \ to
{, the |Isdsa| und control, the enthum never 11mllnt') pay *x-
la anti wpontunlety in th"lrOl"li, ntt-r. slaves, or their dvncendant. for the
..1 iTi chimtcterUe) those who haven Ml.** Field. who has been visiting! Mu..lc-Hand. labor they put in before the war in
n normut play experience I her sister, Mr I Whilehfad, hUll returned .ie-Illlughtt'r.I I) the cotton hells of their master Y
with there to her home in Vermont. l'rll'er-llr.) Ilermjon.M At interval for the twenty
[There i ill nothing connected I past ,.
of a I boy which reveal his charter I luliolllluughterli.Alltlrellll I years slick negro lawyer, and occa-
ko much aa the game and Mr. Nolan has returned from the of welcome by mayor. tioinally an unscrupulous white legal
orts in which he engage sanitarium in Orlando much improved.! Address of welcome <( JThe teacher may meet him con- I lie had a cataract removed from each Co!. J. :M. .Martin.: rural sections of southern states preying -
lantly in the class room, the father I e'e. Address of welcome-I'resident of I upon the credulity of the negroesand
lid mother may study him in the hoard of trade.ne"ponseCo1.. persuading them that there was fisI M
!me, but if they have not watched : Mr. and Mrs. II. I.. Haight have returned Robert W. Davis. I going to be a big lawsuit as the resultof .Y d i ihw
Im on the play ground, and often from their vacation spent inNew Address of welcome (Sons)-Hon. which Uncle Sam would pay $**>8-,
to, engaged in active and competitive York. :Mr. Haight is rapidly finishing E L. Carney. 000,000 to ex-slaves and their familiesfor
Ports, and have not seen him as a I, up the work on the electric Response (\'eterans-General the work they did as slaves before % T
[ember of some team opoosed to an- lights and will soon have them ready Law.Response the war.
her team of boys, they have failed to turn on the current. Mr. T. E. Kil- for sons-. (To be announced Uy paying the slick talker a small
> see one of the best revealers of I. lingsworth, of Dumbarton, S. C., is later). sum the negro who was approached
aracter. associated with Mr. Haight in the Address of welcome (Daughters-) could have his name added as a plain-
1 Personally I meet boys: and young II electric business.Mr. Mrs. D. E. McIver.ResponseGen. tiff to this gigantic lawsuit. -:
len in all variety of ways but there I John A. Rosbor- The thing became so widespreadthat
I nothing which has brought out the ouph. finally Uncle Sam to save other
i Geo. Keller and family are back
.:\Iusic-Dau hters. has issued formal statementand
hue character as the games they dupes, a
lay. 'I from Kentucky and are occupyingtheir Veterans' meeting at the Temple to warning that a suit of that kind

| This being so, it means that athlet- I pretty home again. organize. no matter how filed could not possi-
s should have a great influence ine I Sons' meeting at the court house to bly hold water.
development of character and i Miss Irene Fuller is visiting in organize.

ese athletics should be directed and I Apopka. Afternoon auto trip to Silver You'll hear a man say "No, itdoesn't
ntrolled, how better than throughe i Springs and trip on the run. pay me to advertise as it appeals >#
Sunday school class? I Some improvements are being made 7: .0 p. m.-Music by the band. to too small a class of people."
I Athletics are as valuable and even I in the Altamonte hotel. The work is Public reception on the court house And yet when the same man loses
ore so, as developers of character under the direction of :Mr. Joe Lewis, square.Thursday. his bunch o( keys he rushes to the 1NNW'Yn
of muscle. without whom Altamonte would be 9 a. m.-Veterans as-
; they are as developers I newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
Athletics develop self control, gen- lost. lie is everybody's friend and semble at Temple theatre. he knows that in the whole
"Osit).. truthfulness-many a boy has adviser. 2 p. m.-Veterans assemble at Tem- wide world there is only one person
arned more about keeping his temkr I ple theatre. who can possibly be jnfluer.ced by his"Lost"
from playing basket ball base- I There will he preaching in the Alta_ 9 a. .-Sons assemble at court ad. Contradictory, isn't it? The "HOOSIER" BeautyLet
Lill, etc., than ever he could be taught monte chapel Sunday afternoon by house.
assemble at court
m.-Sons
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om talk or sermon' or reading. Rev. W.1.: Burr.ESll'lltE p. ---- - -
The normal |bay is characterized by house.
useless physical acti"lty-hit muses 8 p. m.-Grand ball. Ye old time us show you today why you
: STATE: EDUCATORS:
fiddlers. Quadrilles, Virginia reels,
seem' fairly to ache to be squeezed
Ind stretched; he is most miserable I MEET: etc., under the auspices of the I Dicki-) H BERRY should have this Cabinet
Ihen compelled to sit still or express son chapter Daughters of the Confederacy. .
Ihvulcal inactivity. I Albany, N. \".-More than one thousand Uoman'n club, in honor of
I hut lays if left to themselves will : educators met here today in the nil veterans.
I annual convention of the Universityof Finale Dancing with :Sons;
hen let their games und sports run .
[way with them, an two influence arc the State' of New York n somewhat food; night. OSCAR HAND & SONSole
llwiiyn present, one debasing and the : theoretical body without n home The, Friday, y ti. m.-Election: of >lTUccr A complete line of Ford Accessories
Ither elevating, and they have to bulointed which control public instruction. .
I meeting t<>day and tomorrow nrrheldin . Selection' of next place for "reunion
mechanics
out and the latter taught. ; n stall of expert Agents for Orange County
I A hard lesson for boys to learn U the auditorium", of the Mate education 11 &1. m.-.Grand; parade; Veteran.
[hat it I N better to IUII it* n gentle I building, Son, I Daughter, and Children uf the to render satisfaction In all
The vocation opened, with n
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linn than win nit n rowdy brtter |OK' Confederacy.XO
hun be diohoneMt; but this lesson I memorial "I'rvletor the latechancel -- lines of Automobile Repair
Ince learned hi i H principle that will 'lor of the University, Dr. St. Clair mlllm1' WAU IS A I-'KEK-:
le be carried into nil other thing of I McKelwny. The new chancellor. Dr. MASON Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
and Dr.
Ife. Pliny T. Sexton presided
& Gore
1 The TrI. Mu Claim of the Baptist John Huston Flnley, commissioner of Gasoline, and fair and square' Hammond
education made the address of welcome. Fleming
Jhurch have rented the Armory for Washington Oct. 21.-George

Inch Thursday night in the week andre i 1I1I1.I'A'W. Yolk state college :Moore, grand commander of :\111_ prices. FUNERAL DIRECTORS{ AND EMHALMERSReal
going to organize a basket ball the dedicationof \
and teachers sons, who assisted at
lonnr; and! we hope that Rome other I presidents superintendent, I
liana of boy about our age <((14< to Hit) i th're'ft present many educa- the new Scottish Rite temple Sunday _
Ivill do the same; KO we can have eon- tons of note from all part of the told the Masons: there I* no prospect Values Low Prices.
|est games.We I country and from Canada. for nn rally peace In Europe."Tho : .
have also secured the nervlt-e I The three most I important topic, of irrrnt soldiers.. of the world,
,t :Mr, Itay (!recne, )physical\ director dlncunplon" are; "The State and Kducnllon. : "- like Frederick the Great: of Prussia, For Nine Years COMPARE
|>f ItoUin who I I" H Chrlntian I "The Slate and the Fnrtncr, nitd Washington. Ijiifayette and! Wel-

dung ,man. amdtrter! hud, .n wide. ,exix>- i and "The State and the Allen"'I'Itt' liinrU'ti.! \\.e. Fi-oe Mimmm: ," !he mild.: I OUR FURNIT' JRE
J fence In Y ;\}. r. A. Wok lie In also "It Is n rnot howi'Vrr, that not one of \Vu have boon In business nt the '"
|I thorough! athlete, and la' going, to TO RAISF. _2. n.n"o FOIL the king of Kuinpvhlch: err now
llrlll the boys no that we inn give itilih <'llARMIESORK tit war our lYtitftnity, tilllmut'li same location, Corner of South
| class' exhibition stout the middle I the kings" of Denmark nnd of We provide the quality of furniture that hu long teen Re-

.f the winter. I London, Throughout the lit 111,11 Swrdrh\ milt( neutral coil.ltis's. tire Main und Church Streets.Phono ('''llt",11)\ knowing furniture buyers' n* the etamtanl of merit. If
All l IHI'II between 11 and 1H' me loir t.nlol'I'U"Ollr Dt )'" rlToM' will Umnd misters of Mtipoh in their ir= an article' I is here it U good It wouldn't be l here were U. ctherwl
l'f"\\llhlll\'I\.1\ tn emit out nnd join .but made to nti.t< fund. for the led! .ptytle| I kingdom" *, :226! make this too clear-U. .U one of the foundation
(i Iii, the (Hot hour from 7\11;:\ ) to $::8l1.;\ i ('ro. .1'1"' Society and order of St. John) "Our Frr M. *onry Iraflt that We can't (point
Mr Ureene; will have completemrt'e and St. Junto" Th. ptiblU\ louts "I)= IHWP of mind for the\ individual\ mid stones of this burin@ss and that meant much to any buyer.
: and nil boys from U to I IShvUhinj ready niibxcrilied, *:Mt.iiOO unit the for the re i U eondltion of prime'
? to receive I the benefit\ front I I *iil<4 of budges und other nitlele' I I.* ini| ii tanc0, Ilut' the guuit melt of Orlando' Leading Repair Shop .. -y--- -
his i splendid Jiutruction can do MI bypaying expected to produce 1larvi' suet lire" Masonry never have been among
two (:U) month due (in u>ftwnce i Many theatre* are aiding the fund those who belong to what !I. termedthe and Garajre McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
I
Gig $1.! I and there uho will be special l'onrerhul,1 party for peace at any price
tlr Greene has been in this woik exhibition
[some eight or ten year und took n I Since the commencement of the war Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street Orlando Florida
-.pedal course at Harvard this last : upward of $10,000,000 has been

Mummer. raised by the societies, not including CO.
GROCERY
Remember this is under the aus- funds recently collected in the colo FORAGE
pices of the Tri-Mu: Class of the Baptist ; nies.
Sunday school, and everything WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

|will be strictly high class-honest and I. 1IAKS WAR-BRED HATRED FROM "\ '"T 'II
(above-board.\ Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. ont
Boys, here is your chance to get in I WALLS OF CHURCH TelephoneNo
la year's instruction ahead of the boys Get It
Next .lam ..
All Week
and
[who will take the gymnasium course London.-"The wall of a church is Saturday ,
When the new Board of Trade or Community not an appropriate place to perpetuate v '

[ Building is completed.The hatred" was the reason ,given by 100 Barrels Pillsbury Flour just: received Patronize the large store that (jC '/iB\ Quick] 28
lim-
number will necessarily be Sir Philip Wilbraham chancellor of v /
lited.: so first come first served. the diocese of Chester in refusing to has reduced the high cost of living in Orlando and Orange County.

permit a memorial tablet in a Hoy-
FOES OF STOCK SWINDLERSMEET 'lake church to bear the inscription . for
Mayor Sperrj's Best: Connecticut Maxwell House Coffee, per lb .32 need
when
Just call
"who murdered the Lusitaniaby you any-
on
was
Ked Apples per pk..S: -.>0 Asparagus, White Luncheon . .18
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the Germans. Sugar, 17 lbs.. . . . . . . . l.OU Asparagus Tips, Libby's ',=-lb. .2;: thing for the office from "pins
Topeka, Kas.-State officials from The word "murdered, Sir Philip Sugar 100 Ibs. . . . . . . . 5.75; Peaches, Kosedale Table 3-lb. can .18 printing," and we'll haveitthere RUSHOrders
I all sections of the country met here !said would have to be taken out of Lemons 2 doz. . . . . . . . .2.1:>> Peaches, Elberta Table 3-lb. can .1;) in a jiffy. We are featuring
[today for a two days conference on the tablet. lie suggested that the inscription Snowdrifa Lard, 10-Ib. pails . 1.00 Plums 2lb. cans . . . . . . .1;)
I methods' of protectin" investors from should read, "who lost his Comp. Lard per Ib. . . . . . .12 Blackberries, 2-lb. cans . . . . .10 b ESsJ-poBn: Forms and Binderstimesaving
I stock swindlers. life when the Lusitania" was torpedoedby ('omp. Lard, ,,"-lb. tubs . . . ::.91) Pineapple grated 1lb. cans . .13 .
I Thirty states now have "blue sky" the Germans. This was accepted. Comp. Lard. :50-lb. tin . . . 5.00( ) Cherries White and lied 2-lb. . .16 tricks for every business -
laws and several others propose like Salt per lot Ibs. . . . . . . .60 Log Cabin Maple Syrup, qts. . .43 office
I legislation. The purpose of this con- --- Meal, per lb. " . . . . . -2i Log Cabin Maple Syrup, pts. . .23 --- ----- -
Ivention is to work for uniform state )Meat 92-lb. Sack . . . . . 1.95; Beechnut Peanut Butter. large .22
I laws to protect the public against MisdirectedEconomy Irish: Potatoes per pk. . . . . 33 Dried Beef, '=-lb glass jars . .30 W. S. BRANCH
I conflict with state laws. Swtf Potatoes, per pk. . . . . 30 Sardines, American 7 cans . . .2;; ,
The call for the convention was issued Irish: Potatoes per sack . . 2.95>; Sardines. Imported, 3 cans . . .::;.S THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
I by S. T. Seaton of the Kansas PilUbury's Flour 2Is .Pure Olive! Oil. 'j-pt. cans . .21
I"blue sky' department. Pill .bury Flour 98s . . . , 3.70 Mince )It'at."ont': Such pkg." . .09
Pillsbury: Flour barrel wood . 7.2tt Pkgs. Quaker" Corn Flakes" . ..:.S
FORMER ORLANDO) YOUXG' MAN Gold Medal Flour 21s . . . . .95:>> Grape; Nuts :2 pkgs." . . . . .2:)
MAKING GOOD Trying to save a few cents by: Gold; Medal Flour t ss . . . 3.60 Rolled Oats 3 pkgs. . . . . . .2:;
having your work handled by in- Obelisk Flour 21s . . . :. . 1.05: Sliced Bacon in Lib. boxes . . .33
Edmund C. Wimer. secretary and ferior hands. Obelisk Flour 9Ss . . . . . . 3.95: Fresh Pork Sausage per lb. . . .16 ORLANDO; ROOFING
I assistant cashier of the Florida Bank Your personal influence isgreatly Best! met Ibs . . . . . . . .25Itfst : Country Smoked" Sausage per lb. .20
and Tri-st company: of St. Petersburg : Rice 100 Ibs. . . . . . . :5.50Tomatoes. Frankforts, per I Ib . . . . . . .16 I ANL
who is alyj a member of the board of enhanced when you are No. 2, per can . . . OS( Boiled Ham, per lb. . . . . .35
trade of that city called upon Gen- clad in immaculate linen. i Tomatoes Xo. 2. case! . . . l.SO Western Pork Loins, per Ib. . . .22
eral Manager II. II. Richardson of the Corn Best No. 2, 3 cans . . .25: Picnic Hams per lb. . . . .16 SHEET METAL CO
tourist and convention bureau yesterday Corn Bt't0.: 2. per case , 0 . 1.90 Spare Hibs and Pig Tails . . . .16 ,
relative to securing one of the 10 Early June IVas No. 2, :>er can .10 Regular Hams, per lb. 20 and . .22
wall advertising spaces offered South OrlandoSteam Early June Peas, No. 2, per case 2.00 Western Hound Steak. per lb. . .20
Florida cities. According to the general Early June Peas .No. 2. 3 cans .2:.i Western Chuck Roast per lb. . .13 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
manager he was favorably im- Cream Pet Baby ",izf't cans .1:; Best Sliced Ham per lb. . . .22 ,
prr -ed with the idea and it is prob- LaundryFRENCH Cream IVt Baby 6 doz. per case 2.50; Breakfast Bacon :Strips per lb. .22 and Rubber
''alle that he will recommend to his Cream Gold! Baby size. 7 cans . .2;; Best Creamery Butter, 30 and . 35: Roofings
hrd.t that the space be secured.- DRY CLEANERS Cream Gold Baby 6 doz. per case 2.40 5 Gal. Oil Can . . . . . . . .:;;

.TimesUnion.Use LAUNDERERS IVt Cream, tall size, per can. . .08 Lanterns. Monarch . . . . . .-ti: Cornices. Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Pet Cream tall 4 doz. case . . 3.55; 24 lb. Snow Hobby Flour . . 1.00
PHONE
Sentinel want ads; 88 White House Coffee per lb. . .33
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

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"LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor The Eola Packing Company


to DeLaney Drug Co. SpecialtiesCustom ORLANDO FLORIDA. SKATING RINKLADIES'


Telephone No. 2

Packers Modern Equipment
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
i w Growers' Agents Personal Attention DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Send your Prescriptions here to be filled. I Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange INSTRUCTORS.

for harvesting and packing their crops.
Call us up for your wants. Prompt delivery.J. Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .

B. RULE, :Mgr.: J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAX, Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Packing House Foreman.

J. D. WOODBECK Manager
Patronage Respectfully Solicited T
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i ORLANDO CONCRETE I LETTER TO THE H SENTINEL I PROGRESS CLUBS FOR IN GIRLS AGRI-CULTCRAL BOYSXD I' LRTILWASIIIXGTOX BACK IN FAIRFAX COUNTY WILL'


Washington, D. C.-There has been i Washington. I). C.-On motion of axiveU
FROM STATE BOARD Attorney General Pollard of Virginia,
WORKS increase of
an more than 41,000 in 'I' the United States supreme court dismissed -
the membership of various boys' and today the original action

OF HEALTHLittle girls' agricultural clubs conducted by brought by the State of Virginia
-. 407 LONG STREET the state agricultural colleges and I against J. Pierpont Morgan to com-
pel the return of the will of :Martha cTKe"Wbitceir Car"Electric
the department of agriculture in the Washington.Mr. .

Things in Sanitation Northern and Western States. At the Pollard had the document in

I close of the fiscal year ending June 30, I his possession, and a short time be-
Somewhere in the Bible there's
an fore had sent it to the supreme court
All classes of Concrete work 1914. there were 110,077 members in I ,
uncomplimentary allusion to the habitof conference room where the justices
done. Concrete Building Blocks, the various club projects in the 33 : examined; it. This was to satisfy the
straining at gnats and swallowing states covered by this work. At the court that a responsible official of the

Piers, Walks, Steps, Lawn Ben- camels-the Pharisaical habit, whichwas close of the present fiscal year, June I' Virginia commonwealth had posses-
not confined to Bible times, of sion of the century-old instrument
Posts Rose
ches, White Way the
30, 1915, membership was 151, which had
Ir.Iorgan already returned -
and Vine Trelices, Fence and overlooking the weightier matters of 194. exclusive of the enrollment in to the state.
the law in the enforcement of its let- the Mr. Pollard afterward went to Fair-
Hitching Post Parts, Egyptian mother-daughter canning clubs.
ter. fax Court House in easy reach of
Vases of every description, This work is being carried on cooperatively Washington, and returned"the will to
But it is impossible to imagine the in 26 of the 33 states in the archives of the county.
and Bird Fountains. Bring
your inspired speaker as minimizing the the northern central and western ter-

t, plans and get estimate for con- importance of gnats. In health mat ritory by the: department of agriculture I The hired girl has went-she was

crete work. Call and see our ters there is a wide variety of gnats and the extension departmentsof hired, she was tired, she was fired;

granite and other natural rock that a good many of us--with most the state colleges of agriculture. but smile-you can get another by I Starting and LightingThe

faced building blocks. Plans of us, in fact--don't pay very much In practically every state short using our want ad. column.

attention to. We build modern courses for boys and girls and
special -- - -- '
and estimates made. All work homes with every convenience and demonstration schools have been new Maxwell is equipped with the Simms-

guaranteed. most of the luxuries, and we let thE held at the colleges and in the field Huff Electric Starting and Lighting System.

architect ovedlook the health-partol During the past year 1,557 club mem- This is
- - -- - -- Save 50 Cents system a single unit type combiningin
it, which should make us live out our bers attended the mid-winter courses
I i, one instrument the generator and motor.
three score >tar<* and ten, and then at the colleges, 900 of these having

$29.15WASHINGTON some.Ve don't clean out the familyice their expenses paid by local contributions 1 It is the simplest, "sure-fire" powerful self-

box once a month. We sleep with as a recognition of thl'i.achic'cmcnts This can be clone by purchasing I starter made and has about"one-half the wire
closed window for fear of a draft
in club work. Of the
a $:;.50 ticket at the Model of ordinary atart en.
We eat too much, actually gorge ourselves 5S club members who, as championsin ,
D O. C c.A c. EEy
because the cook knows how their states, districts, or counties Cafe for $:;,00. Thus you save 1 We are waiting to take you for a ; ,
to prepare our favorite dishes just for 1911. have I become recognized n* .
cent all cat. So it LI test ride in the car that has broken
110 per on you
() RETURN the way we like! thi-m. \\ all low "First-Cost" records and is
,back yard get, clogged: up with rubbish tire now attending high schools, agricultural : I follows that the more you cat 1 ,
\'1.Atlantic .\ that draws till the the that the or wilier college, 3 of the I breaking oil low "After-Cost" record

1U,'ifhl'or.s' scrap' heaps fail to cuter lemaininjf 7 have already: uraduated the more you will save. s

tain. \\e let rats and imcu gut: in wadinhrt from high li hdiool and 1 will go,: to au I "Or>'4! 4k14zfriy /' sin-c'.ri c'r '
These tickets 1 for the
Coast Line : are good
our home, to away nothing of agricultural! college this full.

roaches" and other dixngieeublv burgs Experience; has shown that the : !!;;.l'l'nt meaN: 15-cent specials Demouniabbl\imf p Fl trr'Ltr

1''l.IIUIiO,0 forget! to guard ngiiinM work in tho IKIJH' and girls' clubs can
Standard Railroad of the South anything from the short 'n I sio Itkz 'Ift ,1 thl itionFOO
or order t
theft when we ,first build our homes !I.., curried on with even greater success h z

We permit the mosquitoes to pettier, without the aid of large cash list-day or night. OETO.OIT
us because we don't take cure that "prizes and awards. The net profits r j

Tickets sold Oct. 15th to 19th the screens over windows and doorsare from the work itself have been found! Our oysters are fresh every

kept in condition. They come in to be the best possible incentive. The 0
Extended to Nov 15th: on payment the little holes day. : iii
with the flies through members have their attention directedto i i *

of $1.00 and ragged places and bring malaria problms of farm and home management -

and typhoid. crop rotation soil building
Steel Pullman Electric
Lights Ignoring: the importance of the lit etc.. and in practically]) every state in

Electric Fans tIe things, perhaps because we don't which the work is being carried on .. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

realize the importance, or perhaps be- large number of club members are

cau"e we never knew how important now working out three and four year
I
; they are, and before we wake up to rotations of crops. The profits which E raLTlP1i R duatll cclll c-
For Information Call on 'he fact of our negligence, these same they derive! from club work they are The Model Cafe -

W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. little things have become big and spending': on getting an education, or :; W. DeLANEY

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A serious and real troubles begin. for purchase of pure bred stock and WAY

Orlipfff. There is a long list of DONTS fort labor saving machinery. Many are I

e housekeeper: even buying land, and thus acquiringan IlIi
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Don't neglect the ventilation of invaluable sense of dignity and in- :! tiff inn it 11 Ir'ICoquinna,\\ I

Best and Promptest vr ur home; see that fresh air has a dependence.In i
the work 938 public FOR I
constant and thorough sweep under canning Ii

Auto Livery and over and around and through demonstrations were held during the I SALEi

your house. year, with a total attendance of 118- i i

Service Don't let your architect fail to :G7. These demonstrations were held

make :your home rat and mice proofy primarily for the club members, but 6 acres, quarter mile from city, half RockJust

5-PASSENGER ) proper construction.Don't parents were always invited and, as in bearing budded orange and

shove the food left over from a matter of fact, more than half of grapefruit, $1,500.

the family meals indiscriminately into those present were grown men and 10 acres "close in," 5 acres in young
he ice box. Don't fruits and women. One of the great advantagesof
put bearing grove; small house. 2000.
BUICK CAR milk into the same compartment with the club work, indeed, is the fact 10 acres, close in; 8 acres extra good I received a car load of Coquinna
that it to stimulate the
serves
parentsas
meats, cooked uncooked.
or citrus land, 2 acres fine trucking
Don't fix up the nursery, or the well as the children. land. $600.00. I
We call anywhere at any time where the children Rock from Daytona Fla. Anyon<
room younger ,
"GOTT STRAFE ENGLAND": IS 60 acres, all fenced, 20 cleared; small i
. T -pend most of their time, with a lotf BARRED :FROM MAILS grove; 4-room house; good barn

Gordjn's Transfer Co, ) rugs and hangings. A smooth Postmasters are in receipt of a new and outbuildnigs. A snap at $1,200 I wishing this material for trimmin:
bare floor is a great deal better, for it
order from the postotfice department <0 acres, 15 acres fenced, small
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 doesn't collect and hold dirt and it can house i porches mantles other |
at Washington, calling attention to garage and outbuildings.iThe I or any orna-
: often and thoroughly.
)e wiped up I
the fact that no slurs on Germany or land coiners on large spring
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
I ont let the rooms become too the: allies are permitted to go through lake. Very cheap, 1500. mental work will do well to call at m
warm and the air impure. More colds:
the mails in the shape of post cards, 40 acres, unimproved, 4 miles out,
ire caught from impure air than from I
or envelopes bearing stickers having $1,000. 103 W. Avenue
Pansy Plants Rose drafts. stone yard Livingstone ]
printed thereon such words as "Gott and
Don't pile on too many coverings City Country
:
Strafe England" or a picture of the
Bushes Petunia when you sleep. Too many is a lot near Fair Ground.
German escutcheon with a red blot War
worse than not enough. Property I
labeled "Lusitania" and inscribed "the
Plants Don't eat too much, no matter howrood
blot that won't come otf." Time
PricesCALL
it is. The more the stomach is I 0\
The official order reads as follows:
leave your orders here taxed beyond its normal capacity, the I I
Postmasters are directed to treat as -- FRANK HYERS
ooner it wears out and brings on the
non-mailable under section 212.,f the I
OR PHONE
infirmities of old age, and in advanced
penal code (section 4S1, postal laws

.Violet Dell Fleris1J. compensate rears digestion for the usually poorer is masticating taxed to- and regulations), envelopes, postcards E. C. Young I
stickers containing
etc., bearing 'i-
process. Room 10, & Davis Block.
the words, "Gott strafe England, Read the Morning Sentinel
The doctors are constantly discovering Phone 5G9.
I
). \\. CARUfllERS or a picture of the German escutcheon I
new don't, which some' of them
with red blot labeled "Lusitania,"
a
I
Phone 509.! 408 South Lake Si. declare are essential if we are to be I. ---- --- -
inscribed "The blot that won't come
normally healthful and strong. We otf," as being not only unneutral but I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
occasionally are doubtful about some
calculated to effect certain
'>f them, at least so far as a personal upon I
Dressmaking ParlorMiss application is concerned, but each of classes of persons.
I A. S. BURLESON, I THE PERFECT CLOSETAmerican
IS by; the time we have reached adult Postmaster General. ;
years should have a pretty careful in-

then we have good sense and sufficient -i I
:
Margaret R. Hamiltonfor
moral courage to regulate our ;i
present located at 107 S. Orange lives by these known limitations, we American Water Closets have been installed by us

have at least a fair chance to live as :' SALE f "':'...< in this town four years ago, at that time we guaranteed
A"C long as we can be of any particular ,FOR them for five years against any defects or mechanism -

use to the time when we might become I : 'E getting out of order. We could as well have

nuisances to the world in gen- I --- I II to -; I guaranteed them for 25 years as there has never been

The public and all former eral and to the family in particular. I I .. a call for any repairs since their installation and there

A never will be any. The Closet is simply perfect. The

patrons in\ited to call. FLORID Jl'KIST DIES IX It,\LTIMOKE Grocery I II tank contains nothing but air, which answers as an

] HOSPITAL '_s air cushion, thus making the Closet noiseless, and at

StoreIn the same time preventing any water hammer in pipes

Auto LiveryPhone West Palm Teach. Oct. :21.-County I II III "'::0 which is very annoying all through the house. Where
.Tu.lge D. F. Pattishall died at 5:30 ;:: water is being measured through a meter it will save
:
632J. o'clock Baltimore this where morning he in went a hospital under: op-at I "{' -,.. ii: the price of itself in a short time as it is impossible for

E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. or.'tion has .J u1\'. good location. A paying: ., :-i'w it to leak or run water only when you operate it. Water
Judge Pattishall was appointed .ime"" tment. I I II v '.. }i\-J closets have been a great source of annoyance to the
Two Cars in Service for "lountv judge of Palm Beach countyin : ,': Plumbing trade, even more so than to the public, and
Day or has other bu .ine to' '
September. In". to succeed': J. I? I Owner *-s .
b' r.; I feel satisfied that a great many of my friends will
Adams resigned.His i I : :, fI"I
Night Calls attend and must sell !voon. N"
former home was Geneva Fla., agree with me on that point, but the American has
where he obtained an early education Cash or will take automobile ;; solved the problem. Come and see it at our showrooms r
Judge Pattishall was a graduate of; ...
in part pajment.RIZK and get our prices and guarantee.
which he :
Stetson University after
A. B. Cook & Co. was representative the state legislature I

1 from HilNborou, : countv. He I I
Christ Building, Orlando. :p.tram entered Stetson as an instructor I

retaining until he: came a chair to in this that city institution three- BROS. F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUBMING CO. i

wears airo to become a law partner to
Building Materials and Income Judge W. I. Metcalf. CORNER GRACE AND IRVINE STS.
39 W. Church.
Investments
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. ROBINSON( & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW ; Worthington BlackmanATTORNEYATLAW

r / )! j Phone 617

No. 4 West Pine Sreet I
It t Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

ORLANDCCement Phone 161 worth Building.

I II 1

Agatite Plaster and I DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72

Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-
t & McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland. Fla

F. A. PEPPERCORN

4 BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone


A Bath In A Tea R. RAY WHITE 37

\\1 ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS

is a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside Room 44 & SALLAS20S
*
and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat :if: almighty poor Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. : Boone Street

And yet lots of folks still nut up with hitrey_tnte because ; Phone 597.

economy of a Gas Watir ::1. : :cr.
1\\
L. Percival Hutton
A Gas Water DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
37 Liberty St., N(!\v York, N.Y.

Means Comfort, Economy, I ARCHITECT
Phone 716
I McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

It's the. best and easiest way to get hot water-especially Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- Florida.

out. i Bldg Member F. A. A.
I I.
Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at

talk it over with you.ORLANDO. I ( SURVEYING Dr. F. F. Thompson


Plating and Sub-Iividing Dentist
: : :
WATER & I \\ PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK
I 113: SOUTH ORANGE

GAS DEPARTMENT : : HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's



:I : :\ 47 Watkins Illdg.Engineer Orlando Fla.

I I ISOUTH
( : ) :
| Phone 72

L ;:\ !

I \ Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR. L. H. RAMSDEUOPTOMETRIST

: : ; and Councilor nt Law ORLANDO, . FLORIDA
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; I tf K FIT GLASSES, GRIND LCNSBI
!
1'.23.tf"t:; Davh&!' McNeil U1dJ! AND DO ALL KINDS or

.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. : } : ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi. R11ZATXINO

: : : : : :
> FOR KNCIIANCi: (; :; $.'..0Paikvr hl"nm'fI. IIIU'I'II''oUIt: HOMES:
) ,l iul'U 1'\11'1'.11.,1 hotrun.
) ; for \\v\\\\ trained bird' \lug. Ad.lien" The "Old Reliable" lug Tree Man
; "tiun," '\Sentinel.:; 10-i.MMf:: will bring in a car of flno imlma the
: coming I a week, Any one whiting his.
APOPKA CITRUS BUYERS: AND SELLERS: : services and experience, will plea.a
; t drop him u card at once, and he will
; I buy, 11".11. rent, and exchange real I call to see you and make you hard
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., time prices. For reference see the
FLORIDA at 411 North Orange avenue,
OCOEE, over 30 years. Have handled over palms .
J. II
Mooney
out five
$iO.OOO.OOO.:! Call and eee me. set years ago. MO-lO-tfc
10-(-3m F. A. LKWYER. Orlando.

Fresh rich sweet milk delivered by BULBS FOR PALL PLANTING-We
- - : S. I). Lee twice a day from Spring are headquarters for all kinds of
-
-- -- -- : Lake Dairy. 'hone orders to J. B.Magruder. bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
All the leading varieties .of Orange ; : number CS3-R.) them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
:: :: :: 1 1-y-oO-lmoc: 20(5( S. Orange avenue. Phone 1C6.

p' fruit Trees in fine condition at the : -. ;30 REWARD 10-10-tfc
FOR SALF.-lluick roadster; de
prices :: :: : For return of Ford car. stolen Satur- mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
day night in front of Yancey's meat completely equipped; a bargain. Ford
: :: market. Engine: No. C21.278. Li- j Garage 32 East Church street.1020tic .
cense No. 11.197, county .;2-1. 1915 i 1
: model. Ed Hastings. 10-PJ-Gt! I

; Umbrellas! *covered and repaired A GOOD INVESTMENTWhy
-
- -
-- ---- : :: permit your money to remain
"while you wait. a\ Younc'a Repair
i idle or raw a small rate of interest
: I! Shop 21 E. Pine St when you can have an investment
: yielding eight per cent. net for ten
Send today for Catalog Description We handle only1
: I .. TRACY & SO\IERVILLE-Carpen.: guaranteed years or longer.income investments mortgages -
ters and cabinet makers. Screen:
prices, to the above : doors and windows frames, sleeping or improved city property. If
I desire a regular income we can
porches, counters, shelving, show you
Co., Orlando.
: cases, refrigerators, alterations and furnish it. A. B. Cook &
: additions.c keep a number of 10-20-10tc
I -
skilled workmen constantly on nand.
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: .1(1.7. .
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I LAWN MOWERS sharpened and $24M7 monthly for 10 years
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and 2+;.58 monthly for 102Z.M years
I Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc monthly for 10 years
:0.80 monthly for 10 years.
I Fish and oysters received daily. 32/J.1! monthly for 10 years
H. :M. Self & Co. 1-10.6-tfc 34.rS; monthly for 10O.So years
: >| monthly for 10 years.
I YOU CAN DOUBLE your money Pick out your home, or your lot,
: quickly on a few Orlando buildinglots and' we will build you a home. We
I l ; high and desirable! ; price low; handle investment and building ma-
!email payments if desired. !Box: tie terial. A. B. COOK> & CO., Orlando.11021Ctc.
FOR RENT : \!: ; Formosa, Florida 10-22-Ut- ; I (

; :( Delivered 1 every day-Elder Spring I r LOST
; )' \Vater. See or I'hone tieo.; T !Hull & ,
I I Rock building IfttfeIt.ItlMi \
Company -
&
ft & I( :I I.W'iThln' model Watlham watch,
Fine Corner Store from t =;a I bilvpr, with chain, in northeast Or
I { : $ IU\I\: I Inndi, fir wi fltltl'' tl) Winter lark
: !. tUI'Ult'r"ti;; .hinder\ return to O, d!, William, 4
I I ) Until lashes "slttiItt.ifree Wet Mvlinfntfti' avenue, and rarely,
November 1st. : :: > I
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: j \ tt\"it.ifJIt .
I 1 ::: ) : | + \- 1.10.18-tfg ut nik'ht! "" @III'li.Id\ \* I 'a'ard. 1O.I.n.: : :
l -====- I =
I I ) :! \ "I,l
: : !Phan ,In need 6r A veterinary call 1
l fin Dr. A. F! Richmond!, Formosa, Fin.

I I tf cnN$cnNTloUS; CAHK' ; given a CLINT BASS
C. A. HOVEY ) : : : I limited number of perioni. pleai.
PHONE ITS
I ant rooms in new home, AH modern I
I ;:;:, convenience Alio furnished) room Wi,' Jefferon Streitluaeee.er
for housekeeping, Mra, Gertrude
Seymour, nune U High street, east t*
of take Kola: l(Q.8.lrlOfCAHI'tNnU
: : I I
Hand Wood CompanyWood
' hr. : : AND C'ONTIIACTOU
: : :: "' -Work wanted by able wood work.er. .
ls, Ktriclcnt: In brnnrhei of hulling /. of All Kinds'
\ : : Eitlmnte: furnl.h..d nn any job'
\ | In* WK or small F, II, Click, It. U. I. JVICM/IT SKKV1CKKKASONAllMi

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Mr. Bert Ilearn, of Amityville,
Long Island, arrived in town last
week for the winter.
-

in' Panamaand lion. L. C. Massey returned last J
evening over the Coast Line from a
everywhere on American territory, is simpIfSsd by "A.B.A." visit to Baltimore and other placesof
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they ae interest.
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would The Allies
often be refuted,for want of proper identification. These chequesare
fttf-idfntifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, &c.
business or pleasure. 18-18-tf. .

The State Bank of Orlando
A. Lancaster
Mr. Q. president of
of this institution
the Pine Castle Nursery company, .4 are
was among the vistors to Orlando "4.

yesterday from Windermere.Mr. .

Courtesy to everyone;
W. L. Story and daughter, Miss!!

Lena, and Miss le) "e>, were attioh Liberality to worthy customers;
the welcome visitors to Orlando yesterday -

trutH Winter harden; Loyalty to Comtnunity Wcllfarc;
--
iilttfl: in Hiimrifk'ft Jitney llus 6ft@ Efficiency in department
a K hour, 13 miles\\ Jvr 39e.: H.88,tfe! every ;
!
assured Govern- '
Mr. "i 1111! | Mrs A, M, ClarK, of Stability by
(h'IWlrlt in (the rit)' yeatertMy
men Supervision
growling their many frieiuU ant)
trunaacting huainebb.Conirreatman' .
t

W. J. Hears, of Ku- and these are Increasing with irresistable
bimnu-e, passed through Orlando )'u-
f r lerduy morning en mute to Miami force the business of

and Key West, on business.
4 l

flow much did! you save lust month -
in cash: or Suvints Chuck? H-lJ-tf

Mr. und Mm. S. J. II. Irwin, prom-
!lent und! popular' residents of !Maitluntl. The Peoples National Bank
were among the well known visIturs -
spending|> yesterday in Orlando
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Enlist with us!
Attorney K.: W. DavU returned yesterday -
afternoon from Jacksonville
and! Marianna where he has spent the
punt week on profvHhional LUllilltlitl.!
I HUPMOBILEI I

Get your next shave at the Stand
ard. 18-lil-tf

"Where there's Mr. M. S. Moreman, of Switzerland -
one of the largest horticulturists illlMiilliM 111111111 11111111 I 11111111111111111111111 1'11111111111111111 "
life there's Hupp" in .Florida was in Orlando yesterday

on one of his annual pilgrimages to ( I..I.I..I..I..I. . . . ' . ... . . .' ilii -
look after his intere ts.
e

J. P. HOLBROOK Dealer4w leased Mrs. the Charlotte bungalow Comins in the who Bert has The Gasoline Problem SolvedFueline

!learn grove for the past four years,
has returned from Amityville, Long
Island, to spend the winter here.

f
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them e2..rnI per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tl

.I Mr. W. S. Alyea, one of St. Cloud's Guaranteed at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated

prominent and substantial citizens, combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of
was a visitor to Orlando yesterdayand
while in the city found time to carbon.

pay the Sentinel an appreciated visit. Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. ] a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
W-18-tf
chambers, preventing carbon oxide. *
Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster and daughter -
tablet 20 tablets 75c.
Roberta May, arrived in the city 5c. a or
yesterday from St. Cloud and will
spend several days with Dr. and Mrs
Thief!
a Stop R. P. Buckmaster at their home, 403

West street. San Juan Garage Company | |
Make your Ford car thief proof. I have Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for
the necessary article. Price $3.50 in* rot 8-12-tf

stalled on your car. Mt Ebin Hunt, who has been Orlando Daytona
ending the pact tour month in the IA
vicinity of Boston, Mass! ,, has re*
F. G. RUSH turned to Orlando) Mr, Hum was
glad to yet back all her many friends IMMMMMt.. ....MM*.....1..t. ... ...........

help I delighted to pee her

Phuntt :IJ. Jiltltfl.titfll Harder' Shop i ill! tanitary. MM*... .............MMMMMMMMM........MMM4........ ...MMMKHWho +++

II.U.UIr.

fi W 1)u,lley, a popular At- Will Be Your Executor?
lantIP Toast 1 l-ine conductor tio has
been recuperating at the Florida\
.. -- sanitarium, left that institution >ea- ANSWER NO :2:

terday hale and hearty to resume his Your estate may be materially impaired as a i . . +.
run between Tampa and l"ortIer: :;;. direct result of the appointment of an executoror + I

..... . . .. . . . . . . . . ii . .I..i. .. How much did you save last monthin trustee. ,

cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf '.
When an individual is appointedThe :-

Gen. T. P. Lamkin was among the financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

Orlandoites returning to Orlando >es- is usually provided in wills that the person .
terday. The General attended the executor shall be excused _
nominated to serve as r4 e t
WEDDING GIFTSWhat Confederate Veterans' reunion in from giving bonds. I
Selma, Ala., and also visited other ..
I When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the exfr' ,
points in that state. He reports a
of the estate, and then only partial '
time. J ; pence
most enjoyable secu'I'I .
will the bride say of your gift? Will she look '. ', rity against loss is provided. 4
County Commissioner E. L. Brown When Trust Company is selected'I rI
at it and languidly "That is etty"-or will ; ; a
say very motored to Orlando yesterday from
,' The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility t r i,. r l
she hug it to her breast and say "Oh! I just love this." Fort Christmas and spent several is secured. '
hours looking after business affairs ; ;
That is exactly the difference between buying the "orllinary" and greeting friends. He was accom- A bond which has behind it the entire financial a .
panied by his daughter Miss Nellie ; ; strength of the Institution is always filed with '1
gifts and the exquisite things one finds here at '
and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Brown. the Probate Court at nn cost trf the estate.

no greater cost. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
Miss Llewellyn J. Mustard and fawr ;
this :
mother, Mrs. Nancy Mustard, returned newspaper. .I'f +h ti
to Orlando yesterday after- ri
noon over the Coast Line from Mar Come in any time and freely ask for further t t '
thas Vineyard, Mass., where they information on this vitally important subject. f
spent the summer. They have been You are always welcome, and our offic"-s are always '
T. H. EVANSJEWELER coming here for severalears and glad to advise.The .
hav a host of friends who are pleasedto

. see them again. --.. Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DocforsBuekmaster

& Brundage, ( Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits. $141,000.00
Personal instruction l: under Dr. Shill
it Kirksville, Mo.
iiiiiijiiimi __ .... ... . 132 R. Orange Ave.. above Peoples .. ,
National Bank. Phone 578. . . . . . . . . . . . [ .*' ,f.I..IIIII.aID.1..11111111111111.111111.1Travel



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