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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 26, 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: VID00544
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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< MORNING SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915. NUMBER 220.




ALLIED FLEETS' FIRE SETS AEGEAN PORT





IN FLAMES; BULGARIANS ARE REPULSED



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DEDEAGATCII LEFT FLANK IS BULGAR ON TIRE; CARRANZA WILL( L 14 ARE DEAD, 8 INJURED IN NO OPPOSITION TO NEW( DIPLOMATIC


ARMY CRUSHED( PITTSBURGH HOLOCAUST I


IUUANS MAKE STRONG ADVANCE GET PLENTY OFMUNITIONS THE DEFENSE BREAK IS NOWFEARED
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Allies! Make New Demand onJrccrc or.. 'IIIKM:: (GIRLS .DidND: Dr.llltl":
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(; -Russian* RetireVenire IN .\ UltlMMIIUI: MM-:IT OKDLHLD) : 111 '1'111I.m.: .

Bombarded 'iUK: IJUILDI.NG) or -mi C: INIONim: I ': I'nunSU: COKONKIC.PAPKU : .
: JInx ('UII'SIItlm: : TOCit'I1IErc1'1'11 I ( : | lK|| : Cll\
By Airplanes! U. S. SHIPS IN MEXI'ANIVA'fEUS I CH. 11.01" HOUSE! COMMITTEE ARREST OP DR. KIKN/LE; I IN
TillS AriF.lt.NOON.: C01 NtlL. NMLL KUON \N
Athens, Oct. 25.-Fire which wns ; TO BOYCOTT Till TWO UPPFU FlOOim! 01' ,\ INtjrm. ; ON MILIT\RV .1\U ESTIMATION;

Marled 'in Dedeagatch. l II>' shells from CAIUt.\NZA INItI.S. louu STORY ituii.DiNGrui': INVDKO.IUK) mu: hs( "\prs: MTAIRS 1 : PPROES{ : C'Vl'SES: : CONCERN
still after OttlPIrO) ll\ 'IIIK BOX COM.I l ISS K\P1\NVTION OF Tim
is .
the allied fleets raging,

nan destroying port. a Three large. hundred part of the Bulgarian Bulga. CHIHAUHAU CITY NOW EVACUATED I\M.THE Film STVUTFI1 IN ,FEED US IKUiEm FEUIAN"\CCOKDINGTOIK\N, STATE LMSOU IN- THE WAR DEPARTMENT IS HAPPY GERMAN OFFICIALS IMPLICATED

troops lost their lives in the barracks STOKE ON TilE FIRST I IOOU SPrCTOK. WIIO VISITED THE
THREE OTHER GIRLS ,\RC HULDING AFTER TilE }'lUfo:.
which were destroyed by the first El Paso Dispatch Says Order - --- Chamberlain of Senate Committee Representatives of Depts. of
five shells from the ships.
Reigns-Garca Is Marching Swings Into Line and State and Justice Hasten to
The left flank of the Bulgarianarmy
GERMAN PIRATE TALE IS A
has been crushed and their of- Against Cityof Will Support the Investigate Alleged

fensive pletely checked in the ,region it was of officially Veles com-an- Ojinag MYTH; SHIPS ARE LOCATEDWashington Program ConspiracyWashington "-

nounced at the Serbian legation. Unofficial Washington, Oct. 25.-All United Washington, Oct. 25.ChairmanHay Oct. 25.-Grave con-
report states that Veles has States vessels in Mexican waters, -- of the house committee on military cern was manifested in official circles
been recaptured by the Serbs. The whether on the Atlantic or Pacific : Oct. 25: .-Reports that that nearly all the Germans are re- affairs, which will prepare an here today over the arrest in New
French and Serbs formed a junction coasts, were today ordered by the : the steamer "Two Sisters," clearing I I servists were intent only upon reaching army' bill, today assured the presidentthat York of Dr. Herbert Kienzle, in the
and, co-operating, the French invaded navy department to assist in main- from Pensacola. Fla., several days the Fatherland to fight. They he approved of the administra- Fay bond plot investigation, and his
Bulgarian territory, capturing Kabro- taining a strict embargo upon the exportation and manned by German officers had planned to sail to Norway and tion's preparedness plan and would implication of officials of high Ger-
vo and threatening to encircle a large of arms and ammunitionsof ago there landing would work a way into give it his hearty support.As man counsels.Diplomatic .
part of the Bulgars' left wing. and men intended preying on the hulls Germany.
war to the enemies of Carranza. chairman of this powerful com- entanglements are frank
Especial vigilance is desired on the carrying oil from Mexico for the allies 'i The Xealandia has been located at mittee it had hitherto been reportedthat Diplomatic entanglements are frankly ,
Italians Gaining part of such vessels as are now in was dispelled today.It : Campeche Yucatan, Mexico, by Brit- he would be opposed to certain expected to ensue should it develop
Rome, Oct. 25.-The Italians have Mexican waters off Lower California was learned that the steamer I ish cruisers. The crew is German, military features of the national defense that Fay and his compatriots came to
shattered the first line of trenches in where Villa is still in control. under stress of weather, put into the but it does not include the men who program, and his statement of the United States to destroy such
nearly every sector along the great Coincident with this order of the Louisiana", coast.n investigation escaped on the interned German ships today is received with genuine enthu- commerce, "with the consent and approval -
battle front and are now attackingthe navy department came reports indicating conducted by the department of justice at Norfolk. A close watch will be sitsm at both the White House and of the German government."
second line, which has been that a general quieting of con- developed that the officers and kept on the Zealandia but no action the war department. Representatives of the department
pierced in a number of places. The ditions in Mexico except where sporadic men of t the Two Sisters none of whom I will be taken unless the commander Chairman Chamberlain, of the senate of justice and the department of state
king has congratulated the army. fighting is being encountered in "'aoan officer in the navy', except I attempts to interfere with commerceRE1URNS -. committee, let it be known early already are detailed to go to New
Great enthusiasm was aroused by the widely separated districts. ---- that he would give his support t,> the York tomorrow. They will gather information -
VKtory MR. AND MRS. F. \\'. McAULEl: 10 ORLANDO-TRIP program. Chamberlain will have a for a personal report to the
Chihuahua Peaceful KE'L'ItN: AN ENJ01\BLE ONE conference with the president next president and Secretary Lansing as to
llanled-Something Definite El Paso, Texas, Oct. 25.-\dviccb week. The Democratic leaders generally the circumstances surrounding the
Paris, Oct. J5.-The entente powers received today by Mexican government Mr. and Mrs F W. McAuley, prom- lion. L. C. Massey: who has returned are lining up with the adminis- disclosure of the plot to dynamite
have joined in a new demand that otTicials at El Paso asserted that inent winter residents, have returnedfor from a trip through the East, tration and fear of serious oppositionis ships destined to ports controlled by
Greece make a definite decision at Chihuahua City. has been completely another season They were with declared yesterday that he did not rapidly disappearing. the allies.
once whether she will support Ger- evacuated and that a committee of several friends returning from Glens know anything about business condi- Just what course this governmentwill
many or the allies. Ex-Premier Vemzelos I citizens is keeping order in the cap- Falls, N. Y., where they spent the tions in that section of the country HROOM ARRESTS NEGRO WHO IS follow in dealing with Fay's activities -
has summoned his supporters to i ital.The summer, but left the train at Jack- "To tell the truth," said Mr Massey, CHKGFD WITH MURDER and just what charges will be
Athens. constitutionalist troops from sonville to bring their car from that "I asked one man in Baltimore how finally brought against him other
Torreon have reached Jiminez on city to Orlando. :\McAuley is one business was and he replied that it Officer Broom yesterday placed under than the general conspiracy charge
Strong Reinforcements their way northward and are advancing of the big builders of the town, who was good. Mr. Massey said it was arrest one Marvin Gissendanner, which confronts him and his com-
London, Oct. 25.-Reports from va- with all possible haste against the has probably erected more houses in warm in Baltimore and that he then a negro who is wanted in Waterford panions will not be determined until
rioas sources indicate that the allies state capital. this city than any other man, with one proceeded to Portland, and other Junction, Ala, for the attempted, after a thorough investigation of all
are sending tremendous forces to Sa- The dispatches added that Milatos, exception He still owns some desir- points in Maine: and became comfort- murder of his sisterinlawIrs.. the circumstances surrounding the
loniki. This is expected to meet the near the Chihuahua and Coahuila able vacant property here, and we able. Mr. Massey went to the East Brice Gissendanner. Two weeks ago activities of the prisoners in the
demands of Greece and may result in state line, has been occupied by Car- may expect building operations to for a vacation and that explains the Sunday he shot the woman four times United States.
Greece entering the war on the side ranza forces under Col. Garcia, whois commence very soon-that's his very reason for his failure to give out an and then skipped. It is not known
of the entente. marching against Ojinag. nature. interview on business. He is lookingfine whether the woman died. RECOGNIZE FLORIDA AS BEST
and admits that the trip did him STATE FOIL SPRINGTRAINING
French Gain ORLVNDO l REMINDS HIM OF much good.
AI Paris, France, Oct. 25: .-French BOARD OF TRADE ISSUES JACKSONMLLEMr DRADUGEPROJECTWASKKSTHAININCi -

troops gained a brilliant success by IHER RETtKNs; FROM: VTION- More: than ever before Florida is
effecting a junction with the Serbs at i Mack Hirschberg, who tra\"eli.. .\LSIIOOTTULCh.. POINT being recognized as the best state for
AN INVITATIONIHXIE DISCONTINUED
Knvolak, says a dispatch to the Petit out of Atlanta, Ga., for the Hirsoh spring training. Announcement has
Parisien from Athens. been made that the White Sox will
berg company stationery and drug Mrilhs flyer first sergeant; ( 0.
sundries arrived in Orlando Saturday C., Nr S. G., returned to Orlando yesterday train in Florida, probably at Ocala.
HIGHWAY T014UNC :: I OKDHK r NTIL
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Hurl (Bombs Venice
Teuton on The New York Americans are also
and remained until last evening: enjoying afternoon from Black Point,
Home. Oct. : .-Teuton aeroplanesmade COMMITTEE INVITED BYB. the delights of a real live city on the "bt. Johns, where he has been' iTimiKii Nonti: OF seeking u location in Florida and have
two attacks last night. upon OP T. 1O RETURN.; TO Mr.: llir&chberg says Orlando remind for sonic time attending the national COURT STOPS CITY I'KOMIWAINACi requested Ocala to renew the offer

Nenue They used incendiary onibs CHICAGO; VIA THEHIST:: oil him more of the Gate City on Saturday hoot. Sergeant Hycr captured several : PROPOSITION: made last year and which was not accepted -

ROITE.: ; STOPPING(; OR evening than any. other place of the prizes and made an excellent OMPLAINANTS; (JI\'K ST.IO; at that time Ocala will probably
I0\i 1.\CCJ1ST; \\ .\KI
HOW close with the Chicago Americans -
LANDO. that he has stopped! in his travels. reputation for himself as well as
BONY).
his command for his excellent marks and the likelihood is, that the
,oiulon,,-A newspaper edited and! :I A telegram was sent to the Uixiehighway :\I.S.TO '.\ ' \. PASS manship. Judge \\m Martin yesterday issueda Yankees! will be interested<< in some
putiii!,hid! in home inexplicable manner I : touring committee at :Miami 'IHROtGH: ORLANDO) : )() restraining: order on the city of other Honda town.
t h y' the British soldiers in the yesterday by the Orlando Hoard of POIK COLNM II\S BUIIDING Orlando from continuing: the con- The roster of big league clubs with
trenches has the following society Trade, urging.: them to visit Orlandoon :Many auto parties are daily passing BOOM I struction of a new drainage system training camps in Florida next spring
note concerning: the recent wedding the return trip. The Dixie Highway : through Orlando en route to which would empty surplus water into will include the Chicago Nationals,
ua young officer: party left Chicago several weeks joints in the southern part of the Mr Harry Gauthier, one of Orlan- Lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Iavi.-, training in Tampa; the Philadelphia
"Twenty'-four hours after the ceremony ago and includes Chicago, Louisville state. One from New York which do's popular and skilled mechanics thence to the sink hole, upon the giving Nationals, training in St. Petersburg;
the bridegroom left for Bou Indianapolis, and Cincinnati newspaper stopped in Orlando Sunday afternoonand who has been spending !several'; weeks; of $7oO; bonds by the Complainants the Boston Nationals, at Miami; the
logne by' the famous "one o'clock spe- men, Carl G. Fisher, W. S. (Gil spent the night at the San Juan at Iakeales, in Polk (county wherehe until further order of the court. Brooklyn Nationals, at Daytona; the
cial" from Victoria Station, and be- breath, and others. They. have fin- hotel consisted of )1 r. r id :Mr,," II, has been engaged in constructingsome The complainants are C. Goeswein, PhiladelphiaAmericans, at Jacksonville
fore midnight he was cosily installed ished touring the east branch of the Banner, Miss Leona Farrell'! and M of the excellent buildings at that \V P. Gvvynne, II. A. Vivian, A. A ; the Chicago White Sox, Ocala,
in the 'larlton". dug-out, pelted with Dixie highway and it is rumored that Bryant They were en route to I j place, returned to his home on Lake Patch, and N. Forage, who were rep- and possibly the New York Ameri-
something far hotter than confetti or will Tampa. I street yesterday cans. Lakeland has the Louisville
they return to Chicago over the resented at the proceedings yesterday
old t.hoes His bride went back to her -- Colonels of the American Association,
western route of the highway which -- ---- ----------- afternoon by their counsel Davis &
mother and dreamed of the time Orlando has Birmingham of the
pierces Orlando. Should the party Is Giles. L. C. Massey represented the and
when hed come again-unannounced return by the west route Orlando will Foundling Legally AdoptedHeir city. The complainants assert that Southern League.
as good fortune is, and equally hard give them a royal welcome and en- drainage from west and southwest
to recognize. tertainment.GEO. To Many Gould MillionsI Orlando into Lake Lucerne thence \ESPEK SERVICES BEAUTIFUL
M\\e're eating her cake here, and into Lakes Cherokee and Davis, and On particularly. interesting featureof
wearing the mufflers her bridesmaidsgave A\. JONES TO nor SPRINGS.Mr. finally into the sink hole, the natural Sunday services is the vesper ser
us Meanwhile the colonel is Geo. \S. Jones who returned to I New 'iork"-On the great estate I A court order of adoption signed; drainage well for a large part of Orlando vice rendered at the Baptist church.
writing a letter of thanks and promising Orlando some days ago from Hot called Lyndhurst:; at Irvington-on-I hv. Surrogate William A. Sawyer of would bring upon their prop- The large auditorium of the fine edifice -

to keep an eye upon young D- Springs, Ark., where he had pent Hudson the home oflr.: and MrFmley We'tt"ht''ter! county sitting yesterdayin erty holdings a greater amount of was filled to overflowing Sunday
for a day or two, until his head comes the I the his with an appreciative audience. Miss
S some time taking famous bathsat Yonkers, pave lad name and water and would damage their hold
down out of the clouds!, and the that resort left yesterday afternoon J. Shepard (and every" one remembers position! Incidentally it made very ings. Dennison and Mr. Pope, of the Rollins

sniper becomes a real institution to for that place to again take that Mrs. Shepard until Jan- happy hi' footer! parent, who married When served with the injunction College faculty, rendered the musical!
him again.** treutmehta Ills many' friend hope uar-, 111':), was Muss Helen Miller tale in life (Mr. Shepard was fort)"- papers work on the drainage proposl.! portion of the program. It via Mist!
rddmgs} in a hurry are now the that he will be permanently. benefited (Gould beet beloved philanthropist! of sit, 1I.tI Gould forty=five), hn.l assured '- lion was immediately expended! by l Denni=on'g first appearance in Orlan.ilo .
fashion in Britain and honeymoon, and return a welt man. America, a small bo), between four him, though tot course he didn't the city olficials. It is hot expected and her pipe organ flaying was
far from being\ a real "moon" in and five )'ear! old, ta romping &!>out. realise It, of riches and pocial J 1,1, i that any feeling will develop betweenthe highly/. jdeadnp.lotuusr $ .
length. are often hot even it tin)', II, M IM\.JhMiH.,
f"IIt| Orange routil = A nurse and governess! attend him lion. compttiinanl and the city H" th
Heller Iw ft wife for 'five minute, me l>">l |".|'tilar and rlfitieht rlerk ttf the Tihtey Jay Miepiml U. hi. hrttue The little chat utt! taken !II>' the city gtficittls desire) a drainige system> ) 1I.tHHf.Ultn11.1.: | ( : .
bride ipioled/ at Mylhf( limit his iM 'II't'"lt court left yesterday, ( afternoon "MHIN, ( liE; HKAIH
lie t ii pretty and ((1 maid nil your life. Another suntan user the Atlantic C,a-t line to le $ dark lashes droop over his t big i )Home l In Duliba) Ferry, a big :Methn.IUt glue water in the future, J, II. Magruder, Jr., has men at
was- heard tu remark "Thank C/I.I.i | lie present, ht the umeiling ot Klrl-y blue eye*, Me u the l legally adupteUpon. ll institution, 'm which\ 3oo other work rearranging the two room In
1 was. my husband fur a furU I :'ht !I'\i. Smith statue l whUh taken place in of the Missouri\ : IllfltrlulrOll'' tiny parentless! boy and girls are Crane's 1 stationery hy the tax or the arcade, that are to be used! na
. , fore h@ was. ,*hot Now h@ can claim Confederate I'ark in that this ? better tourist headquarter! during the com.
t city j. I oiYuia) and of the daughter ef the I late growing up and awaiting future pound, none } correspondence
me In heaven ternoon at 3 o'clock, Jay Gould, which may doubtless be leas blessed. cards; all price Gurti & ()'N AI. IngTHE wif\tu\


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THE DAILY MIL Till: DMtDVNHILLs: : employ) Notm-lxMh. be I a rustUiKinumUr '

1st: .MI\NDONLD: : that every d"llat' HIM' ild
South Florida Sentinel ,
The nu r restioii that troops from ( in permanent: impiomi 1'1 n
MORNING AND WtCKLY the Dtrdincites might withdrawn III null on inUuKt
]?- MrNN . ".'. '. . '' .Kdlur Ito tourlroUN to Mtntu'i"' ", I lint' .nmMK'tig LORD MACAULAY
. .;. ; to aid the .Vrlnatis has nil appealing
w C'. .MSI M.TON . i... .. ; 'f n* *rKnlrtnt | | ...
dramatic quahtj Nu official hint of you, Itt, that they IIlIt) i rant .
.... .
FloeIda.
: t th. | limp Hi Orlando
,
.. IWiind <'I.I M Mail M.ll.fKIIH.SCKIITION such u stet luii lx.ni given. lx>rdI with good iniprt'MNioiiNAlwajN l
KAlkli :\1 I liner, whose out pokinsonN on t thoulijoct cheer on tlu nun wh\ woo in
nail,. Ia.. ............,......... 1..00 for ..f
Dtllr. Ml.nlhi' ....,. ,.. .. ......, 1,10 nit the worM l wondering. intpmv.tvnls jour 'IM.HI..H I is the name of a beautiful' Hyacinth haw for sale This hyacinth i n nil its! name im-
ttelly. I M"..nlhUU '- ". ,.." ..."....".".,...,., Ill: spoke| for the ()|)|KHitlon. if critics of the I tout. will In nothing only wlml I III
I Month .... . .*0 u coalition cabinet. may be no terimd U8t. I "plies. It i is n stati'ly, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand (lower for the dining)
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J Don't kick nt
lrwli7. 1 Y.nrALL 1'olitUal" I why the nllui Itll't'
-- - -- -- riuHotu MMIIII Inert I Iwcnunc it IH not ill \\11''
gtBSCKIPTIONII PATABLK: IN would balk nt such a Up ure d"lIr. MMII "
ADVANCK here nro also military r'UIIOIHe.. door, or for fear jour taxes: will If name.\
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TO ADVBKTIBKMlOr embarking the troop! under fire rnl hr'Jlent \ raised fifty "l'lIb. j jI
the butcher of their landmtr I Price tlf hyacinth glasses! . . l ."c. each
.d .11 .55., ........,
f. ,1.
....r .... .... bu ..a..... I. N ,... ....1.... The distance to Sulonlkl 2Jr mile. Ihe Hoard of Trade of riant < 'ity it : Lord M.icaulay II>'acinth; . loco each

.as..Or. .dir.f k th.l..r Hrnlln. ..Mlr!..lUn..|.I.lrr This!..r...U 10.*i>pllU ..... would make the transfer n slow one starling out on u iimiilnrulnji ."11I-1 Lord Maraula Hyacinth " $1.00() doVc /.
thiniM r.f rcHtrMt 4trtUlBl! 1b The force already sent. doubtless cube aign. Two commitleoi IIMMIMIII I
UttrUklt I ..< will b. ilrtrtly sherd U.Bubwrlbvn from 1.einnos or some other l island reinforcement appointed to mini kit null lu'itliipl tho j| \ ul: o have other Hyacinth Bulbs" ranging, from ,lOc doz. Ill).

'' dwhlnThe S.U..I dl"w>... depot, a shorter distance 'other in the nature of H content In .
tt..... thould' th. offim In writing on
notify
tb* date of .,|.Ir.'n.! 'hllwl.l It will twtoMlHitvd with un unopposed cmlmrkntlon. his! way it Is pipeitrd to gel the I bout \
It''a..t..I .ubnfrli>tkMt ,.,- The allies have officially stated that work ponxlhle'' nut of the. (omniitNtNThat ',

.sill N.....r ,t..eled.Tel.M.e . ,. .. ". ." ,. .. 1* they hook to Italy and. Kuxolii for aid U the Roomer Hub Idea Unit I I I II I DE.A.
in the lliilkiinn Unless he were per woke up Tallahassee after it iiinittr|' \ .
1'iil.si1,11'' : '\ 0("1'0 lIm, :2(1.:( IUH flitted to puss through Ullum"I1I1\. hf n century t iuti.| I'
UMnItt( woulil fare n ilofrhdnl IlIthlllll "Tin ]I)1'11, nnrl !SCCK! Man"

There Hie n huhiltmlIllfll IIUl'rlillful and' M imiuntnitiiiuit itmrrh. for Kitty. The want nil N lht, tinny PROPRIETOR

Hflil I WomPtI \\1"1'" t"",'" I U hoe !not i yet fully tnimtjiwl I In th" war it
thai) U e'nuanlad'l. hotllil! bti |1"111I1111,141| tit I thioW filMI.IIIH) '
--=u---- torn Into thin 111411\111111, ;1\I'It'I'11II11I'' ORLANDO CONCRETEWORKS : CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

Jilt rontcnUil with what you 1"1'1; expedition* from llrimlUI SIM) miles

you buy duller your Itreinl until you fioin Sttloniki, weiu it-juried' week*. FLORIDA

lire unable! to eat It, ago A few unity divisions of Uuliaiii,

o may aliiady le tratheied on islands. I r T .... I

Now U the time when every res.1 j in the Atfeun lit iletlaring war on 407 LONG STIUIT I: ------
dent of Oilaiulo bhouM take pride in luikey, Italy must have had such maneuvers
I Phone IT I! : I t MMMMMMMM>MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM+
seeing that his fcidtalk. H kept in mind. Pine Castle!

clean. The allies at the Dardanelles am! *

-i- keeping the Turks busy If they went Do You Drink?
"Courtesy of the road" should meana west Turkish field forces could followto All classes of Concrete work done. NurseriesPine j

consideration of the rights and feelings the new field The simplest strategy Walks, Steps, ISndges Fountains,

of others.. To help a motorist in is to attack with vigor at everytaint Fences, Fence and Hitching 1'0sts, Ar- Castle Fla. Tea, in bulk, per pound onlj'H

trouble, means that some day the ; and divert reinforcements from bor Partshite Way Electric Coffee in bulk per pound, only _un___ -1-.i,

helper may become the helpee. the: Germans in Serbia. How the Light 1'0sts.'ine and lose Trtllices, Tea in quarter pound cans, per can ______--__-____________IK.
o Serbs are to be more directly helpedis Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or Has first class orange and i Coffee in one pound cans, per can -----------------------.r'

with Fancy Tops, ____ _________________
How much the tax payers of the a question of geography as well as :Model, Chimneys rape fruit trees, ready to plant. : Coffee, in four pound cans, per can --Si

United States have lost in the last of Balkan politics.-New York World.. Gate Parts, of any design, Building \Ve offer only first class trees, I : P.\\C.\K ES KK mn .AKI\ST
fifty years through the practice of 0- Blocks, Common and Ornamental budded from prolific bearing ) '
\\e have received supply of fresh Pancake Hour
just a
Blocks, faced with Granite
;
Building
makeshift road would be :
building, it Wei
Tm1'KOSPFK trees of known quality.
TO VKE YOUR other nat- \\e carry I'ureIaple Syrup, also several brands of Cane
Granite,
impossible to sa)'. It would probably Don't fret. Coquinna or any also have the genuine Watson j :
Plans and estimates j Sj rup.
Rocks
ural
amount to the enormous total expenditure watermelon seed. No melons
Talk about it. I :
other
on roadway rebuilding Write about it. made for Bungalows or shipped from where we saved A i
Sanitary GroceryWe
say the least, and such a method of Beautify the streets ings. All work guaranted bUild-j our seed. Melons weighed from : 1
figuring would take no account of the LINDSAY: BKOTHFIIS.
20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue :
Patronize the merchants. I invite to come and see our store. We claim' it
cost of time, of delays, of the wear S. I). Lindsay, Manager 1 Free. everyone i icity.
Be friendly to everjbodj. I : is not only the LARGEST but the CLEANEST GROCERY in the
and tear on our vehicles
Advertise in its newspapers. .

The season has o arrived when the Elect good men to all the offires.Don't Come and see us and make Our Grocery Your Grocer)'. If you ) J Jlive
crumble about hard times. The Eola Packing CompanyORLANDO far walk take the
purchase of fall and winter clothing, Avoid gossip about your neighbors out too to jitney.

dress goods, hats, shoes and milliner; Keep jour sidewalks in good repair tLOKIUV
is in order. There are those who will
with WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
Do jour trading jour own
"stick up their noses" at what thereis merchants SpecialtiesCustom
for Bale here and themselves =
/ hip to
all
Sell nil you can anti buy you can
other places and pay higher prices for at home.If Packers Modern Equipment Our Grocery CompanyTwo
exactly the same or inferior goods you don't think of any pood) word Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. e1linGruwl'rl4'
than ran I he procured right here in about) it. Agents Personal Attention
don't pay\ anything
Orlntulo. Many of these mime people Phones: 3 and 200
ore in liunitupM line ninl expert those If you me rich invent something; (;rowers, Shippers". and lluv(?r Invited inptct!' tho plant and nrnuijro -

who, are In ,U'.lut what they have toKrll I for hiit\v!,tintf and 1 patkinj\ their crops, fi and R E.I Pine Orlando. J."I la_ ..
I'rult Pncktd and ..h l'III'd i u-!' diifctu! l II>' I the owner or me gondr.l'.1'KiNG !' -
nt ln Thpie I in | ;
or buy nt" very :;; ;;; ; ; ;;
lit lit' If nrt)'Ihlttg that any ono nit Best and Promptest ( ( lIot''$ ':-(r rmT ('''Mt'CIJ'tlH'. nnd ,\. C. I I.. Trntkn.", I rnos mt .. .s .sst s-sos-sestes . ..

wish fur Unit utit not I It' bought fn.ii \V. II. Ht'l' .U.: :Mur. J. S. It.Cil'I'tl't( i: \hr.: (C'. A. COC1IUAN ,

our li mi.. meit.limit*, nud' imuiry um Auto LiverySer PiuKInt/ Roust' IFOfcnllli.Patronage ; .

I.ettad| l by |>MtH>nUiiitf them t If
)'<>u niii nut find ivutly what you rice Respectfully Solicited

want till) your doubles to the liniiit Yancey Meat Market Inc.
merrhant I\lul| lie will older wlwt you f-PASSENGRBUICK [ ,

want, nod save money fur jou lia.lti fUllY PAID UP
!
ut home PHARMACY"
"LUCERNE T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pre and Mgr.
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n's0: I.111: CARWe Successor to DeLaney Drug Co. I ORLANDO FLORIDA

To bo n good newFpaperm a fel-! j Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
low has to bo lawyer, preacher, literary -
a
time No. 2
call anywhere at any Telephone
Florida and Western Meats
light captain of finance, sailor,
bookkeeper" traction magnate. I
orator expert extraordinary', hoiintist, dm GofiLn's' Transfer Co, I O. :.sffrs'is//, Poultry Vegetable, ante rtc.

tor. society swell, master musician, Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

:Sherlock; Holmes, war \veteran prini, 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 Send your Prescriptions here to be filled. I PHONES 1' Businns '13S P. O. BOX 336
lighter authority on charity, real estate 1 t Residence Ij3 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church StThe r
HAULING OF ALL KINDS'
dealer machinist, chemist tplorerf \.- Call us up for your wants. Prompt delivery.J. I II
fisherman athlete, grocery I

niitn printer, pcuie-und-trouMe maker -
saint, toaster criminal railroad Pansy Plants Rose
,
builder aviator tnaKtcr pohtkian of- '

fiee boy, mlounixt, champion of prohiI Bushes, Petunia D. WOODBECK Manager itiet:

I ition., imrniron of honesty and cheer lI.KANMM'SS OF (QUALITY Y .
fill liar Any limit having thews" fwiiuallfkattanii Plants
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
about
ran earn
i1laro l a day on the average lIlrl"1 I Irateoar orders here SKATING RINK riliSII: AND J SALT :MHATShtpt

paper lie will hats to walk
hours it day 1",1Im 1)1 I Iht'O: I thing/ scrctntd away from the /Hies nnd kept fresh
i.j,,i t'.< over the Visit that tllt'.. '
nntlIHlrc..
IH.tllln' t t.. d I,. till t.,Ml..llo\\'," \\e in\ite inspirtion and guarantee MitKfaction. We babe
I.III.I i 1\ u coup| i"II't It': tumpn 1IAY) AM!) IUIIAMOUMNCiS.. LADIKS!) ONLY:
I everything in the Meat Line.
'I'11l'\ to. M. C/1RIJIIIFRS: -NO :MiLLO\\ El IN JIUILDINT. 1:11:1'1'INS'I'1CCTOUS

Phone 509. 4US South Lake Nt { : ii.PHONE 1.I. Sclf & I A Poem For The Day |
Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m to G p.m., 7.10 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. I NO. SO PINE STREET

OLD D.IDDS'. DIt-I'1'NN1 I FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Ol.l Daddy Do-I unnj .
How come you on*

Poorly Poorly thank dis morn God, Honey! ADl\IISSION: 1OMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMM CENTS !

:My old spine it's sort of stiff
An' m> arms de>' '[use; to liT, I I CHALMERS AGENCYNew
\n de mizr>'s in m> bicas,
An' I got de heart distress VANILLA !
\n' de J."I'Owingpains de> lingersIn
my knee jmts an' my tinkers, TUTI FRUTI I Chalmers 6--10-7 passenger will arrive about the
But I'm well praise God. dis morning.Ole .
GUAVAICE NOTICE! 20th.
Daddy Do-Funnj, I
What cujus talk! CRE.\ IS. We do all kinds of Repairing and Welding.
How is you well when )'OUCan't Just received, a fresh supply of Tampa Special, and j
even walk'Hush recleaned cracked !
foolish chdlun hush corn.
\\hafs you dat singing- in de brush These feeds must be SEEN to be appreciated. r
Ain't dat yonder de blue *>kj'* AUTO LUNCHES Tampa Special is absolutely free from weed seeds,

Feel de cool breeze pa!'=m bj? A SPECIALTYCLUB grit, etc., and is made up of wheat, cracked corn kaffir,
AUTO \
His ole painful back an' knee WASHING STATION
and oats.
Law-a-massy. dat ain't me!
o We can give you a good price on these feeds.

A GOOD INVESTMENT: SANDWICH :Se. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr


Is income one for that ten will)'ear8.yield We a guaranteed handle income The Co-Operative Produce Co. I PHONE 417

investments yielding 8 per cent We Slake Our Own Ice Cream Packed

net re ularl'y. neal l Estate; Honds, i ; ,Yo S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 417 j j'iMIilllMIIIIIMIIIIIilUHIilllMi - -
; Mortgages and Income Investments and Delivered for All -

do.in Your Honda.money A.should B. Cook yield& Co 8 10-15-lmc per,. Or cent an. Occuioni llllllHIMillli' Sentinel Want Ads Get Results .



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RATHER POPULARThat STATE NEWS I I Waukulla county. One of the State's '. IMIIIIMillliinillilllltMlillttlllll MM MIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIM

I I rural school inspectors will speak at

Ford machines are popular is Pensocola is going to leave the selection I all central points, while the state superintendent -

a well known fact, but when they are : for a queen of its next carnival -I lion. W. N. Sheats, will "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;
so popular in Orlando that two of to a popular vote of the people of
speak at a number of places. The
I election will be
them are stolen in one night this that city. The con-

p. ceases to be a joke. The cars were ducted during the week of the Fair. people everywhere in the county are

stolen it\y\ in the evening, and the I urged to attend these meetings, for Unless Budded :

thives nude a quick get-away. The The town of Starke, finding itself I' all are educating in the highest de .. Y ,ETC

sheriff and police are working for the I embarrassed by the low assessment "

recovery of the stolen machines. 'made on city property this year, has gree. ; from Bearingtrees

New News. authorized the collector to add five c... .
Smyrna The Shell Fi* Commissioner is
mills to tie assessment heretofore
after the city of Pensacola for dump-

WORK OX HIGHWAYS made. ing sewer drainage into Bayou Tex- of a known

The Journal : The condition
ar.
I says
convicts The Florida Grower and Shipper'sLeague
A force of was working on that exists at Bayou Texar is a
has announced that effective
the county roads yesterday. Partic- violation of the state law," said
November 5th, it has secured a reduction and
ular attention is being given the Or- Fish Commissioner Hodoges last -A. Quantity
of 10 cents a box charges on b
lando-Apopka road. On either side of night, "and the practice must cease.
Salt Lake
grapefruit shipped to City
the highway the dirt is being levelled Dr. Porter, the state health officer.

and removed and in the future sur- and Ogden Utah. has been referring matters of this Quality of Pro-

plus water will not stand on the sur- character to me for the reason that
On the 30th of the present month, I
face but will drain to either side. the delecterious matter is such that ,
next Saturday, Plant City is going to I
disease to be spread by fish
cause
have a Dollar Day. These occasions j'Twill duction.O.W.Conner.
ADDITIONAL LOCALSJ. I and oysters. If raw sewage is not .
have been so successful in other sec-
!deleterious I would like to know whatit
tions that some towns are talking
E. Jackson, of Tampa managerof Ii is?"-Gainesville
about repeating them some time dur- Sun.- y
the Florida sales agency for the -- i .
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ing the season. -
Dalton Adding Machine company was -

in Orlando yesterday.The The Florida Advocate, published at MisdirectedEconomy Trees like these wall work for you while you sleep. They can't be

Wauchula, does not enthuse over grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW
Misses Elizabeth Cornelia and
compulsory education. It how-
Henrietta Schuur, of Conway, spent says
ever, if the people of Arcadia want
several hours in the city yesterday on
the law it will help them to get it,
business. but that it will be a dead letter, like Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

I the curfew and some other laws it Trying to save a few cents by NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what sally constituted a real, first-class

Dr. J. M. Gross has returned from names. having your work handled by inferior 'I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
he went to officiate at hands.
Orlando where
," Your personal influence is I II by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for,yes, DEMAND -
the funeral of Mrs: C. M.: Noble a In Hillsborough county they have a
sister of Mrs: F. R. Bridges, who died place called Cork. At a presentationthere : greatly enhanced when you are I trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

Sunday morning at Madison.-Ocala the other day of a school flag I clad in immaculate linen. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

Banner. we look in vain for Patrick, and tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

Mike, but a Schneider made the pre- Orlando'Steam trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

Guests registering at the San Juan sentation speech and a Bushong accepted -I interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
hotel yesterday included H. J. Mur- it as principal of the school.
time and to bring it into bearing.
money
rell, Boston; E. A. }Muth Buffalo; H. '
G. Seagroatt Georgia; R. N. Legou, I The secretary of the Arcadia Board LaundryFRENCH Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Camden N. J.; J. P. Acromb Cincin- !of Trade, reporting good road building DRY CLEANERS you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

nati; L. M. Shaw G. W. Nicholson I in DeSoto county at the last LAUNDERERS of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

Atlanta; R. M. Cumming, Jr., Philadelphia meeting of the Board says: "DistrictNo. PHONE 88 Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
C. II. Billings, Cleveland; 1 of DeSota has let the contractfor
; Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork
Thos. II. Hall, A. Marshall: T. B. brick road 9 feet wide at $1.44 1
in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
Adams, Jacksonville; Cornelius Chris- per square yard, or about $7,500 per ,
tiancy, Allendale; R. B. Wall, Savan- mile, through to Polk county line, Auto LiveryPhone .vay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

of twelve miles." FREE Write for it.
nah. a distance 632J. comparison? CATALOGUE -


Herbert Brooks, who has been head A Northern visitor to Orlando the E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.

soda dispenser at Jacobs in Atlanta, other day is reported as saying: "I am
Ga., for a number of years, spent several perfectly amazed at the beauty of Two Cars in Service for Day or

days here this week at the Palace your city, and at its progress. I Night Calls Ocklawaha Nurseries
Later in the week he I
drug store. was utterly unprepared for what I
went to Orlando where he will have have seen. It was like coming into a

charge of the soda and soft drink de- new world. I can't stay long this A. B. Cook & Co. O. W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

partment of the Lucerne Pharmacy, time, but you may depend that I

recently purchased by Sam G. Rags- shall come again/ and that prettysoon. Christ Building, Orlando. ! G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
dale, of the Palace, and which is man- ." ,

aged by J. D. Woodbeck, formerly of

this city.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The Gulf Coast Breeze, publishedat Building Materials and Income I

. . . . . II. " II ...
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Crawfordville, says: "County Superintendent Investments " " " " " " " "M4 +N+K lAn ++ '
Drink Elder Spring Water. See or
C. K. Allen will soon I"
phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock
start an educational campaign for LOANS
building. Phone 105. 10-16-tfc
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J months and I expect I live farther out, .

I; The Voice Of of town than my dyspeptic friends, I,

for they surely have indigestion or :

Winter Park News The PeopleThe and they these could solos digest never these did little disturb solos me

I As I was born and raised on an In- OURREADY'TOYEAR'

diana farm nothing so reminds me of

Crowing Rooster that dear old life I loved than the
Editor Sentinel-I have read with f
cock That
crowing at early morn.
some degree of disgust the articles in
was getting up time and business be-
Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe regard to swatting the Rooster. Such gan for the day.

language as would do justice in discussing Now let's follow the good old rule: %

Town And Rollins CollegeBLAZE this subject would not look "Earl) to bed and early to rise.
good in We hear
print. daily the cry makes
a man healthy, wealthy and
of high cost of living. Go to the market "

IN SCIIULTZ BUILDING rORTMGHTIA CLUB ENJOYS AN to buy a fowl for the Sunday wise.I think the town of Orlando would

C.USESL.lUI / EVENINGITU BRET dinner and see what's the cost. In at
be as much deserted without roostersas The business that we have turned over already this sea-
Excitement reigned along the cen- HAUTE little town such as Orlando there are
it would without men, and I know
tral portion of Park avenue for a The Fortnightly club was enter- but few homes that can't arrange to ,' the Yankee women would not consentto son has been positively phenominal. It's not only gratifyingto

short time when a blaze was discov- tained last evening by Dean Ferguson raise and keep a small flock of chickens that.
ourselves, but is a pleasing indication that our splendid
ered about 4:30 in the afternoon in Prof. and Mrs. Powers, Dr. Hyde, which will help out in the cost A Hoosier Yank, selections -

Dr. R. F. Hotard's office in the recently Prof. Lenhart, and the Misses Catherine or living. A person who is so nervous Mrs. EMMA PATTON meet the approval of our large circle of customers.Here's .

completed Schultz building. Brebner and Elizabeth 'Meri- that the crowing of a rooster would !

The flames were first located by wether, at the college studio. interfere with his rest ought to go to I ganization(Note: The has Civic taken League no action as an in or-regard news that will be of additional interest to our

George Lemon, the colored janitor The program consisted of selec- a quiet sanitarium and take nerve I friends.
the Rooster We
' : to question.Editor. many have made a most advantageous Contract
who was cleaning up in Mayor Tem tions from the poems of Bret Harte treatment. The writer of this article .)

, ple's office adjoining The man at which were in keeping with a number has been prospecting for some time with one of the largest manufacturers in New York, whose

once called for help and in a few sec of sketches made by Miss Brebner in with a view of investing in a business OF "
NOTICE GLAKDIANTo motto is, "Style to the Minute, that we are to be
supplied
onds from the discover of the fire California, and other western states proposition in Orlando, and would Apply for Leave to Sell Real

Arthur Schultz arrived on tie scene. during the summer just past. Dean like for this question to be settled before Estate: cf :Minors every three weeks with creations in Dresses and Coats. These

Finding the office door locked he Ferguson, Miss Anne Bellows Dean i iEnrart the first of November. I would Notice is hereby given that on the

adopted football tactics and splinteredit : and Dr. IIde were among not invest a dollar in a town that 24th day of November, 101;;;, I, as are to be the very latest garments turned out by the designers -

with one or two well directed shoul- the number of those who contributedto would accede to such narrow views. guardian Susie Edith of the:MacMillan property and and personsof Millard and approved by Fashion.We .

der drives. Percy Dale, a close sec- the pleasure of the occasion b}' I read an article :some time ago in the MacMillan: will apply to lion

ond to Schultz came armed with fire reading selections Sentinel from some fellow that wanted orable WilliamIartin., county judgein have just: received the first shipment and to sat'

extinguishers and calling off the A cream course was served b}' the the cattle kept off the range, as and for Orange county, Florida, for
authority to sell at private or public are delighted with them poorly expresses our admiration for
bucket brigade which hostesses they interfered with traffic beefs
was starting during the evening.The jet I sale, at such times and places as may
operations quickly had the blaze under next meeting of the club will 23; cents per pound. The writer be approved b} the said county judge the exquisite conceptions.An .

control. be held at the home of Dr. and Mrs owns a car and drives quite often [ the following described property, in

The fire was started by a defective C. E. Enlow, two weeks hence. through the country, and I have never I which the above named p'rsonare inspection of these will astonish 'ou-the lowness of
interested as to a two sevenths inter-
oil stove which Dr. Hotard had left yet been in such a hurry that I could est as heirs of Orlando MacMillan: prices more so.

burning to sterilize some instruments BAND CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY not slow down for the faithful old to-wit:

when he closed his office for the da}. The new Winter Park-Orlando band cow to get off the road. \\e appealfor Beginning at the northwest corner
of the southwest of the southwest
The fire short circuited the electric will give its first public concert next men of big brains and broad view quarter
quarter of section twelve (12).
wires in the office and put the lights Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the park. to draft laws to run our city and state township twentv.-two ((22)), south of

out of commission for the time being The men have been practicing faithfully government. range,: twent-nme (:".9)) east, running:

Owing to prompt action the damageto and are getting in fine training. J. E. MILLS east 20 chains south 12.94 chains. west
20 chains, and north 12.94 chains being -
the room and fixtures was slight New members are joining from timeto the north two-thirds of the said -' I.Y' I.
probably not more than one hundred time and prospects for a good win- The Rooster Ordinance as Viewed bj 10 acres.
'
Orlando Correspondent to Jack. SUSIE A. Guardian. ;(
dollars. Had the blaze started laterin ter's work are encouraging. HALL as

the night, after the streets had Owing to the outside engagementsof sonville Times- Oct. 2(5;, 1915. 1026atwTOO \-

been deserted it is probable that se- the men during the week the rehearsals Orlando is a pretty lively' city, and '" r,;
LATE TO CLASSIFY
rious damage would have resulted. are being held on SundaSf Orlando business men are up and do- '
ing as soon as daylight begins, but Ii
the local public shows appreciationfor -r
WANTED-By gentleman a comfortable I ,
ANOTHER SORRENTO-WINTER the work of the organization it is there are some good people who do room permanently In an- .lf A

PVRK lULL GAME IRIDU probable that a series of public con. not need to get up and prefer to sleep swer state price. J", care Sentinel. ( \;>.. ,--",J.ft1 H)..':"t \

Next Friday afternoon baseball certs will be given throughout the until they are ready to rise and these 10-26-3t- ( :;' ,i.:1: \- .

fans will have the ofwitnessing winter months. are greatly troubled by husky roost-
opportunity FOR RENT-Suite of two furnished '
another contest betweenthe ers, who sound their clarion long be- rooms for housekeeping fine location ;r".J/JI: / !

closely matched Sorrento and fore daylight. The chanticleer's call O V. Phillips 403 East Pine l.-t j.
FINE ADDRESS BY EVANGELIST }
I street. 10-26-lt- ( / e
Winter Park nines. The game: last HOLCOMB I has become so intense that it has been '-yf ..
that the commissionerspass f j.' *'
Friday was won by Sorrento with suggested city FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms ; "
I an ordinance to prohibit roosters with all I /. :>-:' #.'-- \
only one run to spare, and at that A fine :Monday night audience for light housekeeping 'J 1 '
time the locals had had little from crowing except at proper hours. modern conveniences. Call 312 East ? S, < :J sa
very ; .,
Holcomb j\ "I I
greeted Evangelist last South street. 10-26-6t- ; : .
Just how the prohibition is. to be en- '
It is
practice freely predicted that Cii'1.:
night and gave very close attentionto I /3\)
the final score will be quite differentin an earnest and forceful :sermon. forced has not been detailed. Possibly FOR REVT-House on Lake Ivanhoe, .. '-,. -.i\
the coming game, and the home nooses will be applied to the one mile from city limits; and a l JJ" \\ ,, r.//
His I text was chosen from John 17:4, : : \
fowls' throat to be loosened by the furnished room. Apply 411 West t tJ-1- _',1 -: ,,
men are into it with a deter-
going "I have thee the Y \
glorified on earth street. 10-26-6tc I '. -<: i ', '" '
mination to more than make up for I have finished the work thou gavest night policemen whenever the correct I ,' & I'

their first defeat. me to do." time arrives. FOR RENT-Are you looking for a \77; ..) \ S_

In an impassioned appeal he urged little home completely furnished, (
More About the Rooster to care for reasonable Ll
price
COL. REED BUYS BUICK SIX easy
upon Christian people the responsibility with without choice residential -
Editor Sentinel Yes, we the or garage, I
Col. Hugh Reed, who arrived in give
of finishing the work God hasgiven location See suite, Magnolia -
town Sunday afternoon, was unableto them to do. Failure means Orlando Woman's Civic League all and Concord 10-26-6t.

resist the charms of those classy loss-an irrevocable loss-for what a the praise and glory for their great

Buick sixes which are being distributed man fails to do here for world better- idea. (See note.) POSITION WANTED By young

by the Winter Park Garage, and Now let's have this a female town, man, in furniture or hardware
ment he perform elsewhere
can never
store; two years experience; willing
banishing all men and this
yesterday became the happy owner of and no one can take up and finish awork running to start on small salary Address,
one of the machines. Del Mason, that another has left undone. beautiful little town ourselves.I "Young :Man," care Sentinel
think if the Roosters interfere 10 2fi It*
proprietor of the reports that -
garage The address made a deep and fine The Dresses
with the Yankee's sleep he had better
business is fine and that he is expecting impression upon the audience.

a shipment of new cars soon. Preaching; announced for 10:"0 stay North where he belongs.
Now as to being a Yankee I
odtj, when :Mr. Jeter will sp .ak. am one MISS MAY HARDAWAYrnsur Arc made of very fine finalities of plain and Chiffon Taf-
myself, and proud of it. Hut I think
NEGRO: ; HOY i .IMIM: : > AtI:s o'clock this afternoon the

COSTSAt : Ydiration of Wesley Bible Classes: you rUM run a town just as will with fetas dainty grades of Charmcuse, splendid wearing qualitiesof
STKNOHKAHIKUSihull (
I is without rOQ ,lers. Anyway, whatis
the
hearing I Morton
young nine will its two days) session, with u
open( Grog de Ixmdres Serges with plaid combinations etc. etc.
us ni'c as hearing a rooster chorus: ,
yesterday morning, in major'scourt !devotional service led by Rev (:i. :S.Culerls ,
he was given a fine of $"> and : president of the State Sunday :: in the middle of the night or in the i Price range i is from $7.50: to $10.00.

costs. Horton ill the negro boy who School boa id. This will be fol- early morning,: ? / ISuildinjr. Phone IOn
was arrested Saturday by Marshal; If our Yankee friends would retire We especially feature a range priced from 18.50 to
owed by nil address of welcome und I
Ovcrstrcet on a charge of stealing at the proper hour they would be so I 22.50-ask
response' and two (convention address $ to see them.
Car in l riamlantl that the rooster !
from the
Schultz and Shepherd .
grooirj Rev. C D. Hulla of Nashville -
l'S, one by -
Work hunt'Hats
Ml Neatly andrciirattlj
Mores.11'IN'l'IIt. chorus would not disturb them. I
\ 'lenn, and one by :Miss Lliza !
have resided in Orlando for three
beth KilpatrUk, of Corinth, 1\lbs. Thefll'llIIhHlII
: PARK NOILS( of the conference Will be /IIIopl'n The CoatsCarry

to the general publicAt ,
\\ J. Wad.ltII I is Reriou!<1} 111 at his
night, after n service of Kong,
home, the Oivcola house! and hilt and Men's Furnishings
lUhop James Atkiua will Fpenk.
distinctive
Individuality only found in of
daughter! Mm. )Kennedy, of Jnrkunnvllle garments

\ has. iinivcd in town to nmainnt
the
highest grade. They made in fabrics of
' arc !
his UtUMe for mime time ltnrtt\M: I.'I.OUIU.,1'1":: "" '.\
llllll.i: tl.XSs-: I J."Wlm.\TIOX, : )

Judge! \\itlliuH lint.! iliuightrr, tIt1l! M.I I-: ('III'IK'II, :.SOU; ) 'III Wo have n flno lino of "No Nnmc" Huts Intent 1'Ih'I\14' t CorduroysSeal

Mary Aditlrttlliirr, art h',1 In \\iii und shape: IJuy your fall hnt ntt\\'. Full lino of sho\.lg
trr !',lIk Sunday night, after it MUM < 271 h, I Mill.liuotluy \ : Ulltthm': Furnishing*,
miter delightfully spent| nt t'azchnvb:%,

New Yulk, ", ,Uhrnooii, Art :
:1: -1)),ntloiwl\ service,
I Irwin Burke- II)'ion I.t e I llunmnnn! ,
:Jl'I''u: of \welcome ly Mr.
unit I Han \\itfiit inotoieil I over to W. H. Reversible Tweedsand
SCHULTZAt
JOlt, 1 I. Guernsey: Ka: >i{>one l II y A. H
IlualU: \ and spent| the wt'.k-t'ntl verypleasantly
Cole, field gemtary.a'U .

parents. nt the home of Ilurkv' ::: )-Tt'm porn r)' organization. the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. the new character cloth called the "Kecontre," made by

a,40-"The Wesley Bible Class: a
Providential Agency," by Dr. CharlesD. Winter Park Florida the well-known English firm of Sir Titus Salt & Co
The Misses
Ilerta Smith and Amy
Mann returned yesterday morning Bulla Nashville, Tenn. superintendent This is the fabric that took first prize-the Blue Ribbonat -

Lesley Bible, South.
from New York where they have the Garment Exhibition
at the Ritz
4:15-"The Superlatives," by Miss Carlton. We are sole
been spending the past few weeks .FFMI NNFifMfrifM + NH & 1111111111 & I 111111111
Elizabeth Kilpatrick Corinth, Miss, local distributors for this fabric.DicbonIves.
field worker, :\1. E. Church South. .
Henry McNeal who has been absent -

from Rollins: for some daS, to 4 Announcements.:\ppointment of committees H Winter: Park Auto Co. !

attend the funeral of his mother, rejoined Evening

his schoolmates }'esterda).
7:00-Song service by orchestraand

Mrs. Dennis Dayton choir.

principal of the Winter Park formerly school, Devotional service. BUICK and FORD ,CARS Co.
7.CO-"The Wesley Bible Class as
has returned to her home in this city.R' .
an Educative Agenc," by Bishop

James Atkins, Wanesville, N. C.
B. Taylor is in town again, having r
arrived from Valdosta, Georgia president of the General Sunday Repairing, Painting and Auto
school board.8:00"The.
where he spent the summer months.J. .
Bible in Modern Civilization SuppliesOPEN
DEPARTMENT
by Rev. W. J. Carpenter, STORE.
E. Miller, wife and family, spent .
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Jacksonville Fla.. pastor of First M .
Sunday at the home of his brother
E. Church South.
II. S. Miller of Orlando.R. "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"
DAY AND NIGHTliMlilMMIMIIIIIMillllllllK

L. Betts and wife spent Sundayin ANTED-Copy of Sunday Sentinel
for October 10. Leave at or mail
Sanford visiting his brother. to this office. Will pay for same.



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1'011.\"'S l'l(0.lt\M(() : I

Domino "1'he failure"ilrnmn,

CAI.IMU'lurid .: POSI.MASIIR: AND MRS MCLEANRETURN : in two |parts, fvuturintrulti'r 1MsariK ; ".
\ El El ElCxi.

,i),, OrlolHT 2ft IMiunce "The Job and the Ji\\ cCt
Florida \\eslov (Hible( t'laiu Federation Postmaster W. C. McLean returned els"FuUtatr I
at M 1. K rhunh.Hallowe'en :'Sunday ('\'enlno'er/ the Atlantic "The Silent Co-eti." A

social: lanlu-s' Aid Sotitty Coast Line from Washington, I). C, cometly.
Concord 1'ark I'ublic inxited.idiiiMta Four good| reels of Mutual movies.
where he had been attending the convention The
\\" )', October 27. / cents to all. '
Unity ('tide, IIUel nllon. Mr I *. MahlonCoie of tho National Ai oclatlon of W'dtu'"duIwrlal: | IValure
: will riud paper on "John First and Second Claim IWmnster "The Man Who tame llaik"
:No advance in
Muir.I |price's.
He was accompanied home by Mm.
llrlihre Club Mm.I I., B. Fort hontena.
I'lorUii \\enley Ilible (11I1IIt Fedeni' McLean who has spent several weekswith JAMES:: i.\nm.iN.; JR., REIURNSi ; }) ,
tlon ut M. K.; thurrh.Mr dative in Bridgeport, Conn.
*. II. I.. Ikeman hostess lit bridge i + i ROM 1'lrl'-IIUIWIl:

party to meet Mr*. 1 D. F. llo\\rn of .-; o
OCUI'Ol'J.S: OF' l INTKIIKSl'Mrs. : Wo arc headquarters for Friendship Links. Wo have
Jacksonville.1'lutrsday. Mr. James Ijiujrhlln
Jr., arrived in I
I C. II. Robinson
Orliilnr 2S. on Saturdayevening Orlando lad hundreds of these pretty links to select from the
evening over the CoastLine price is
Itoxulmd Club, niUHiruU', nfUTiuxm.iuii entertained at a bridge party, n n
..h, : Club.MIIII.M from Pittsburgh, I'..., and left
M t ut Country+ the first of series. which she will give after only 25c., including engraving, and they are very popular.
soon reaching the
in the next few weeks. Mr*. Curr city for his
"': : (; oFiinci\ic' : I.KACFK: ( : beautiful winter home at /illwood
won tho ladies' prize and Mr. Frank
U U
The iiu-itinir, of the Civic League
Guernsey: the J gentleman' prize. '
yesterday afternoon ut the Sorosis Those present were Dr. and Mrs Edwards : I.KTS (:JO HI Tim MKI,\I, I'' ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS,

Club room was utUmled by ttnty.tight Where* At Morej'x, on ('olonial
Dr. and :Mrs. Sylvan McElroy,
immliera. The session Or \'e. Pumpkin pie. doughnuts and| ((6.
was interestmu d]
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ( uernselr8.: coffee !.' rents Everything: home I _
and m tructi\e. :Mrs. A. 1.. I. 'U ___'OCI. ,
Carr Miss Hart, Miss :Mann and Mr. madehin Tonight, 7W:; to 10
Forde Mrs I G. 11. .;Edwards and Mrs I Billy Beardall. o'clock. .

K.V.. Davis were elected to representthe
+ ."'j ,. -
and local Civic League at the General The Equal Suffrage tea for Thursday i OKLVMW 1.Ja0 f 9. l'.& .\. :\1. .i-: 1.J: Unusual I..Iif Designs .

Federation of Wormn's Clubs of Flor- of which :Mrs. F. A. Curtis was Orlando Lodge/ No C9.;! F. &. A. M I., 0)" ,'". t ... ,",., ;..,, "r.JJ' ...;; .

ida, to be held at Del-anJ from No- to have been hostess has been postponed will their meet hall in regular;: communicationin \! .,' '".. s .'\ 'rt'1. .- Some people in fact a great many,
wmltt'r 10 to 19. It i-> the desire of at 7.0 Tuesday evening/ ;",){'I ..,\e. ,, \"" prefer unique and original effects
to Thursday, November 4. October 26, 1<'U5.ork in F. C. . '. ...: .;.\ :
the Civic League to have as many of I + decree. '.t., i .' 'Y .'-?'.,j) n-: ;. .t- .rtrl I: in wall decorations.e" anticipate!
its numbers as possible at the De- II. :M. Voorhis, \, '"; these demands and in
Mrs. II. L. Beeman will entertain a secretary 'I \" i, J_", I :.f always carry
Land If attend ; : : ', ''... ).<, \\.1 .... stock
EconomyCONTRIBUTE meeting. one can not I few friends at bridge Wednesday I :.r--' __.--' '',"" } ',1'0..1,,,'"", something entirely different
the full four days meeting, it is hoped I i night to meet Mrs. D. F. Bowen, of I osTEOpATinr rinsiciAX AND { .F-; '. ;;_ from others Will you call here or

that a Treat many members can attend j I Jacksonville. SURGEON I. < \ Kf. will we end our sample book to you?

for at least one day. I + Dr. Howell, osteopathic physician:
:
\
Mrs.V.. M. Glenn was elected chair- There will be a subscription danceat and surgeon, announces that he has .), 't : (Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O

man of the publicity committee, succeeding returned from Harvard University, . t,. .... 'yo
the Country Club Thursday night.
Miss Eloise Kobmson, re where he took post graduate work in \. 205 S. Orange Avenue
eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
signed. ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. Also physical diagnosis (nerves COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
The Rooster question, which has heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera -
created much comment, wasoted ), and electrotherapy and contaI I' . --
and Mrs Herbert Hardwick pious diseases OlFice, Cheney building
l -
and it decided it should
upon was son and daughter, Mrs. Fred ricks, opposite San Juan hotel. Telephones -
not be taken up by the League. Oifice 017. residence 1018
have arrived in Orlando from \ est-

LARGELY TO THE Following the regular business session field, N. J., to spend( the winter, and
two papers were read under the have secured apartments at Oak CAREYHANDFUNERAL
auspices! of the Junior Civic League.

Miss Mary liranhdm'a taper was on"Ieteloping Lodge. GRANDTODAY

PLEASURE OFVK"ND the Child ,M
) l'hFicall Mr. and Mrs 1 H. J. W.I"m'tittl! DIRECTORAND
and Mrs t I F.V., Stanley rend a paper
im "the, Vwlue of flay tttul, 1'taythingd, ttmtttitf Orlando's popular nml piontl: EMBALMERAll
\ [[ [ TRIPS heat winter repitlents! it-turning. .Hun*
Itt ChIM Life', llot Wel-\ t'ell"hl -
tin)' evening! u'erhtl Coast: Mne m>mUleiu
and \IIwPlI! l the ladles' "-" '@ well "\'. s -
FttlU, N, Y., where they hate
iuaintt|\ >il with the mltjeits\ i-ltitppn,

'lite |I'itl'| ef* t luu,?d. ihe meeting' fur the silent l the; \lmm"r\ calls answered Promptly Dayor

"'lel1ll1on.)1U1iI. + Mr. \Vm. Edwards: ami eon, Master Night. Hand Block.

David, Mho have (teen spending the ,
IMWUN; UiCKlVR8COM1J: ; 11'71.
summer in Pittsburgh, and other

The sensitive points in Pennsylvania, arrived from 4i # Orlando Florida.
Mrs. II, r\ IJowen M being warm y l t 1 ,
the North last evening and went out
welcomed by scores of friends in Or.
PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE
to their home at Plymouth. 457.
springs, together lando upon her return to the city to
couple of weeks She arrived y
spend a
Clyde Hooper, manager of the I
with the wide Saturday evening from Jacksonville
seats Steinway Four a musical organization -
and is guest of Mrs. E. G. Hauselt at .
was in the city yesterday com- 04 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'I"IIIIIIIIFRANK *
and tufted the Summerlin. Several years ago ing from Tampa to meet Mrs. Hooper
deeply, :Mr. and :Mrs.: Bowen were very prominent From here they departed for Winter The Oliver lorosco Photoplay
in the social and business life of
Haven to fill an engagement. Itwill
cushions insure this city and she has lost none of the Company presents
be remembered that he appeared at A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL
which endeared her to
charm many.
the Grand recently.Mrs. CYRILL MAUDE

comfort to the AN APPROACHING+ MARRIAGE

C. A. Hovey rejoined Mr. Star of "Grumpy," the big
Miss Mary Scruggs and Mr. Harold
Hovey at their home 417 West str"et.
passengers on any Rogers of Orlando are to be married after a summer spent in Glens Falls, London and New York Success
shortly at the bride's home in that
N. Y. Mr. Hovey who is looked uponin
road. The gasolineand city their engagement having recently in"I'EER
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this city as a public benefactor
I been announced. Miss Scruggs has
reached Orlando several days ago
oil visited in Ocala on several occasions from the Empire State and had I their GY T" CURTIS & O'NEAL
consump- as the guest of :Miss:\ Fannie Robinson,
home ready upon the arrival of Mrs.Hovej .

tion is anti l M pleasantly remembered by ) ', and :Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I"'. Ken. A Dramatic Series of famous

unusually Kobison's friends. Miss Scruggs Iiss'I'I their .son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
Insurance
jon Loans Real Estate i iF.STABLISHEI
very talented pianist and during love fpNodos:, by Ilenrik Ibsen.

low and the tire visits I here her music gave a '
and Mrs. E.: I.. Rowland, ofIeLand
dial of 1lcasurc.-Ocllu Banner. Rentals
) were among the welcome

expense is trifling. PRESBYTERIAN+ sir AROUND; visitors to Orlando jesterday :Mrs.

(Rowland is the daughter of Chris O.Codnngton 10 cents 20 cents
The Presbyterian ladies will hold
editor and proprietor of
of their enjoyable sit 'rounds in
one ------ --
the Daily and Weekly News, and hon.
the ladies' parlor today. All ladiesof
ored the Sentinel with a visit. Mrs.IJowland's .
the church and congregation invited INGLENOOK CAKE AND
individual beauty has won
to come at 10.JO: or any time CANDY PARLOR
her much admiration and the charmof
thereafter. Luncheon will be servedat
a gracious personality has made ) 1891t
noon. The hostesses for the day Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches
her cordial acquaintance.TO
a
$850f. will Mesdames Barnes, Hendrj, etc. I

Carmack, Mjrs, and Billingsley. Spe- Orders taken! for parties.

o. b. Orlando cial matters of importance will be CONTRVCTORS) : AND BUILDERS Located in rear of Branch's BookStore

considered and a full attendance is Arcade
I liMlllllllllllllllllf M iltl IIMIMMMIiMt'IMIillllMMIIIIill
We are prepared to furnish estimates -
desired.:: on completed house bill:;, from
+ foundation to roof, from pillar to . . " . . . . . . . IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII A
II.\LI.O\\ E'EN PARTIES comb. Representing one of the largest / -
lumber and supply houses in Florida ___JII __
Hallowe'en will be duly observed by 1i: 3
our prices will interest:: -ou. We ;;
Orlando people who will celebrate the furnish complete house:: bills and guar-

date by parties and receptions of various antee prompt dehverv -- a
:
kinds and the children especiallywill 10-2(I-lt A H. COOK Christ &Building.CO., Pipes Pipes Pipes

make merry and observe the 4 -?

night in which spooks and black cats CII.\ .)lEns COMING SOONF.

are allowed to roam at will ( We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

+ V. D. Phillips, manager of the :1 best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying
MRS. \\FSTCOTT ILLS RETURNED Auto Washingto Station and agent
lOwPhillips it will We will also cut pipe to
Mrs:; C. G. \\estcott, who has been for the Chalmers outomobile. stated pay you. your

spending several weeks in I'hiladel_ yesterday that a new 1010! Chalmers measure so you can install it yourself, On ir*

phia and other places in I'ennha:: would he on the ground and ready -
rigation ',"orkoU can saVe money by hating U i
nia, has returned to her home on Lucerne for demonstration! not later than November I
I
Circle r. :: cut and drill your pipe and put in bra! a holies

PO as yea can install it yourself,

We will aho fcell you Hath 'ubtVnter' Closet '

Dr Henry G Hanehett -- <*, and Lfi\: tOfi@ at Mrholeonle l l prfe@ and you

& ha\' fit th@m if
4 nwy @ your preferred plumber up
l Pianist find Teaeherand
you de in@, Do not forget to 1(1)1fit the MAmeri

Mt'p lt\\l1 Hr,t'","IEMl1NTEjtleiphi = pan" Water t Closet! as! it w! the! only nQis h s
i. Naliopal' I'ar antl H'r,4" fi4 'alleir'Rs,
Sons PtAnlia!: t' AI..trl'r HhHtl1lt l 1tfet: ote4 G'ons8ratoflest ejQa et andve piarantee it not to get out of order
Hiftflltf h'litlagll l1lt "'lorM" chayt t"4114ftl "
Chord tlrfne tra| ;3o, ,reties. for five years,
Org nist pf Two l"ift AH04e l'l-Y.) Churches

A aqt 300 in New York City. Also tefore Columbian
Hal. Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody Vassar Smith and
other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs F. Joseph Raehn Co.lam .
-efluru in all parts of the country.

In31usic Studio ready Itec. 1st at 107 America Strret.

i Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St. THE PIPE MAN i

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BRITISH TAX SENDS BIG CON ITALY HOLDS COTTON WORTH FUTURE MRS WILSON BUYS I --- ---
CERNS TO NEW YORK $50,000,000New : TIER TROUSSEAU 1----',' You'll

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London.The new budget, which York.-American cotton val- Baltimore, Md.-Mrs. Norman Galt, . Get It, Telephone
provides for a super-tax of 50 percent ued at approximately $30,000,000 Miss Helen Woodrow Bones, and Mrs.
on the profits of all British com- shipped from the United States and Mead, of Dayton, O., came to Balti- f i : Quick No 28
panies, already has caused the removal consigned to Germany is in posses- more to shop today in preparation of ,
to the United States of the sion of the Italian government, according the: forthcoming wedding of President
headquarters of several companies to Captain J. W. Batchelor of Wilson and Mrs. Galt. Few persons for +
representing South and Central the Liverpool Salvage association, knew that :Mrs.: Galt was in the city, Just call when you need any-
American gold mines. Mining men who arrived here today on the steam- as she did not accompany the other thing for the office, from"pins to
here assert that unless the tax is reduced ship Baltic from Liverpool. members of the party as they rode printing," and we'll have it there RUSHOrders
this movement will become so Captain Batchelor said he was en- through the down town districts in a m a jiffy. We are featuring
I great that New York, instead of London gaged in looking after this cotton. White House automobile.
l Esj-Pisn: Forms and Binders
will become the mining capitalof For several months, he said, previousto
the world. Italy joining the allies, all cotton Sentinel want ads get results. time-saving tricks for every bUSI-
Colonial The tendency to remove headquarters consigned to Germany through Italy ness office
to the United States is becoming was detained. One of the last pre-
so pronounced that mining interests texts used was that there was a W. S. BRANCH
here are bringing pressure to bear on shortage of cars, and to overcome this GEO. WASHINGTON ,
the chancellor of the exchequer to Germany sent to Italy a large con THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
have the super-tax modified in favor signment of rolling stock. Italy is in said: : "He who makes two bladesof
of gold mins.BRITISH possession of both cars and cotton. where
grass grow one grew
HILLS The Baltic took a northerly course "
before is a public benefactor.
LOSSES 2,500 MEN A ,around Ireland instead of the usual

DAY I,channel passage. i We may not be able to do this,

I -- I but we have solved the problemof ORLANDO ROOFING
London.-The British casualties BRITISH SINK GERMAN SHIPS IN making 25c. do the work of
published since October 1, total 2,285 THE BALTIC
officers and 50,072 non-commissioned 50c. in the scheme of living. If ANL

officers and men. Stockholm, Sweden.-The British you can get a good substantial, SHEET METAL CO.
These figures show an average submarine campaign against German well cooked meal for 25 cents,
daily loss to the British army of nearly shipping in the Baltic is being carriedon why pay more?
2,500 men. This is considerably in actively. The sinking of four Metal
Slate
excess of the casualties earlier in the more German steamship is reported: The Model with its 25 cent Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

. war, and reflects the heavy losses in the Herndesand, 1,182 tons gross; regular meal and 15c. specials I and Rubber
Is building the recent severe fighting in Belgium. Plauen, 4,210 tons; Rendsburg, 4,639 has made it possible for peopleto Roofings
During the summer the losses averaged tons, and Electra, 1,261 tons.
about 1,500 daily. In April and live economically and well. I Cornices Skylights. .Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings

1200 feet of Side- May[ when the heaviest fighting at the in the Morning Sentinel Anything you may wish from !
Dardanelles was in progress, the daily 10 cents a week delivered. our short order list at moderate j Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO

walks, 2000 feet of average was about 2,000. prices. i

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The Rev. S. W. Lawler, pastor of Oysters fresh every day.
Streets has 8
Clay
the Methodist church, who was operated -
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
on at an Orlando hospital for
houses under con- appendicitis several weeks ago, returned FOR SALEA

home on Wednesday. Mrs.
tract to be finished Lawler returned at the same time TheModelCafeDressmaking !I
from Webster, Fla.. where she has
been visiting for several weeks. Mrs. I II
within 90 days. Grocery I
Lawler was taken ill while at Webster I
and has only recently recovered. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Lawler were agreeably StoreIn ParlorMiss :
surprised when they met on the trainas ?
neither knew the other was yet
able to return home.-Kissimmee Valley -
Margaret R. Hamilton
Colonial Hills Gazette. In good location. A .paying .
investment. for present located at 407 S. Or-
GEN RENNENKAMPF: IS PUT ON
is the highest elevation RETIRED LIST Owner has other business to ange Ave.
attend and must sell soon.

of any pointin Petrograd.-General Rennenkampfhas Cash or will take automobilein
been placed on the retired list. part payment. The public and all former

Orlando, has patrons invited to call.
TWO FOR OXE-HOUSE SALE I

water, lights and The.two houses I have for sale at RIZK BROS. III M II M 111111 i I i i M 111 i i 11 i M i i I M M" 11M 11 M11II i I M 111 M 111 111111 i t M t
the price of one are located on lot 78
foot front facing east, with a depthof
gas. 185 feet, number 406 Magnolia 39 W. Church.
avenue between Livingston and Ame-
lia. The section of splendid homes,
with grand old oaks arching the

streets.The modern 2 story house has on THE
first floor: parlor, living room, dining
room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory
Colonial Hillsis large living porch on the front I H BERRY
'
and side, latticed rear porch.
On the second floor are 3 large San
blocks sleeping rooms, each having enam- Juan Coffee
only ten eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold
water. There is also an extra large
from the center of screened-in sleeping porch, with room A complete line of Ford Acces-
enough for the whole family. The
bath room is large, light, and airy, sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
RoomAND
Orlando. nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
sanitary.The to render satisfaction in all
house is newly painted and pa-
pered throughout shades are hung it lines of Automobile Repair
is wired for electric lights, fixtures
installed, also connected with gas. In Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and ANNEX CAFE
fact, you will find every convenience
necessary for home comfort. If you Gasoline, and fair and -
square -
do not care to use the entire house
Prices the location, so near "Wyoming'::," prices.
range
insures rentals of spare rooms at
extra good prices. Always in demand -
from $250 to $700ner ; or if you care to rent the en- WILL OPEN
tire house and occupy during the
tourist season the .'5 room cottage on
the premises in the rear, you would
lot.
derive a rental by which the property I For Nine Yearsi
could l.e made to pay itself out. I MONDAY MORNING OCTOBER 25t 1915
There is a garage, barn, and chicken ;-i I
house, etc. Fruits of various ,
have been in business at thei
I
kinds, everything: right up to now andjust i .
a little above the ordinary
same location, Corner of South
I many ways.It (!
To Colonial I does not require much ready ,Main and Church Streets. Quick Lunch Service
see money; a small cash payment from at popular prices in
responsible parties will secure the I Phone 226Orlando's

phone or write that ironerty.The price is $G,;;OO. A bargain at Coffee Room from 6 A. M.

figure.E. (". -..orxfi.REAL : .
ESTATE, Leading Repair Shop H to 8:30 P. M.
Room 10. .McNfill & la\is Hlock.1024tfc. I
and Garage

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Club Breakfasts from 30c to 65c


Noonday Luncheon 60c
I Hammond & GoreFUNERAL


DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal : :\

Carl C Dann D A la Carte Service at all hours from 7 A.

Values Low Prices A. till 8:30: P. M. in Cafe

COMPARE i


OUR FURNITURE H


I We provide the quality of furniture that has long teen accepted WESTERN MEATS EXCLUSIVELY
by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If .
I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Fresh
Milk and Eggs



McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK


Corner Orange Are. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

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-- Ja.-t11s and S11i1.1g1es 'I'II PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I



I ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW I Worthington BlackmanA'ITORNEYATLAW 1
I II I


I No. 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617

I Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

GLAND I Phone 161 worth Building.


Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime : DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

Victor Starbuck


161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Dais ,-
& McNeil Block
No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla

F. A. PEPPERCORN


BUILDER and CONTRACTOR


A Bath In A Tea Kettleis R. RAY WHITE Phone 37


ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS

from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
a long way I & SALLAS20S
and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water. Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Boone Street
1
And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the I I Phone 597.

of Gas Water Heater. ;)
II economy a
!: I L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater I DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
---P I i 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.

Me.1is( Comfort, Economy, Convenience i I ARCHITECT
Phone 716
I McNeill-Davis Building, Orlan&,

It's the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is Rooms 2 and 3- Florida.
I ell-Duckworth Bldg
out. I Member F. A. A.

Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us I II

talk it over with you.ORLANDO. I SURVEYINGPlating Dr. F. F. Thompson


and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly


WATER & LIGHT CO I PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York

WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

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



Watkins Bldg.Engineer, Orlando, Fla.** :


Phone 72 .



Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELl


and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO.OPTOMETRIST. FLORIDAWE
.
'
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSX4
23t.'I Dads & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

MMIIM II II II I II I II II 1111111111 II I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REPAmmG

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> FOR EXCHANGE: hammerless BEAUTIFY YOUR 1I0IESThe :
I Parker double barrelled shotgunfor
well trained bird dog. Address "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
I "Gun" care bentmel. 10-20-tf will bring in a car of fine palms the
CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE I coming week. Any one wishing his
SOUTH" APOPKA BU\ERS AND SELLERSI services and experience will please
\ drop him a card at once, and he will
1 ; buy sell, rent, and exchange real tall to see you and make you hard
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., time prices. For reference see the
FLORIDA : \ over 30 years Have handled over palms at 411 North Orange avenue,
20000000. Call and see me. set out five years ago. J. H. Mooney,
o
10-C-3m F. A. LEW'lER. Orlando. MO-10-tfc

: I Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS. FALL J'LA-TI-G-Wo.
I). Lee twice a day from Spring BULBS FOR for till kinds ofbulbs
- -- -- arc headquarters
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----- -- Lake Hair)*. Phone orders to J. B.
M.cdi. Call in arid see
RIll
and 11 Magruder, number Ob.j-K.; Orlando Seed and Produce Co.,
varieties'of Grape them.
All the leading Orange : \1 I ; 1 1 1! \ : ; I J-30-lmoc I' 2w1) S. Orange avenue. Phono 100.\

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest : I .*. Umbrella! "OO.vtt'J and repaired 10-IO.tfc<<
: ; I: :
:
1 "while you wait. tu Young's RepairShop .
.. .. .. .. I..II: SAI.II-: Buick roadster; d lcinountnbl -
prices .. .. .. .. : 21 i:. Pine St. .<> rims; extrA rim and tire;
--- ----. -- .---. -. .--... | ------ completely cnuippol; n bargain. 1'onl
----- ::: ::\ \ TUArV At Si) t1U\'II.U--t; : 'url.t"n-I I Cnrnge.; 112 Last' I'hurth fttrctt.
{ '. ter und) ritbtnet inukern. : 10:W-tfc
I door and) witaluws.frames, sleeping I
porches. counters, shelving, show I A (;ooi) I\\IMMIXT: ::
refrigerators, alterations and I
-"- I :; : cMseH
adilitionn.V keep. u numl>er of WIlY permit jour money to remain
: skilled workmen constantly on hand.) idle or draw a small rate of interestwhen
Church trtet. 10-17-1 mo' you ran have an invl.'stmentI
:: IS East
List and lowest : I yielding eight per cent net for ten
Description
for
Send today Catalog, \ L.XWN MOWERS sharpened nnd years or longer. We handle, only
I repaired at Orlando Btcjclo and guaranteed income investments mortgages -
the above address \ If
prices, to : Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc or improved city property.
: ., you desire a regular income we can
furnish it. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
; I :! YOU CDOU: LE jour money
quickly on a few Orlando budding 10-20-10tc
I lots; high and desirable; price low;

f. ._. ._. ._. _.. ._ ... ... .... tM. t MM. II- .- I- II- -..- I- .- .- .- .- J- IIIII- - - . .. I . I . r .. D I I . I I I . II . I1I1I11 I : t :Formosa small payments, Florida.if desired. 10-22-Ct Box 5, OUR HOME- PLAN
i I $:?.J.67 monthly for 10 years.
Delivered every day-Elder Spring 26.58 monthly for 10 years.
I
; Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & 28.86 monthly for 10 years.
I Company, Rock Bariding. Phone 105.; 30.0 monthly for 10 years.
10-lo-tfc 2.93> monthly for 10 'ears.
;;: : 34.C8 monthly for 10 jears.J6 .
:< I SKATING RINK .So monthly for 10 years.
: I II II Until further notice ladies admittedfree Pick out jour home, or your lot,
I at night, except special occasions. and we will build you a home. We
, I II 1-10-13-tfc handle investments and building ma-
I terial. A. B. COOK &. CO., Orlando.
FOR RENT I When in need of a veterinary call l I I-10-21-6tc
!I' :! :!, on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa, Fla.'
: LOST
I I CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a I
I limited number of persons Pleasant LOST-Thin model Waltham watch,
Store from y i rooms in new home. All modern silver, with chain, in northeast Or
Fine Corner I conveniences. Also furnished rooms
i I I lando, or on road to Winter Park.
:,'. for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude Finder return to O. J. Williams. 4
I : ; I Seymour: nurse 14 High street east I West Livingston avenue, and receive
November 1st. Ad'i of Lake Eo'.a. 10-8-lmoc reward. 10-23-St
I ".
\ c BUILDING MATKHI\LS: AND
i I I : ESTIMATES -
-
j ; We are prepared to furnish estimates CLINT BASS
I on lumber and building material
C. A. HOVEY I ; I of all kind Give our service a PHONE 375
, trial. .\. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
:I 10.19: 20t. West Jefferson Street

\ [ ('- 'NOTICE Swee..or
: : : : : The City of Orlando has for sale
I : '*, about $15.000 worth of paving assess Hand Wood CompanyWood
: :! ment liens, payable in 1, 2, and 3
I : in years. bearing. 8 per cent interest.
II. Sealed bids for same will be received I of All Kinds
I\ ; and opened at tho regular council I SERVICEREASONABLE
PROMPT
I meeting to be held on October :
1915 .m. J'I IJIlICJ.illYlller ,
CARL
Try a Sentinel Want eonable. ox 495 city! 10- JANSEN, City 10-23-3tc Clerk. t,



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1 L LOCAL AND PERSONAL H 11111111111..I..III..IIIIIIIIII..

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Miss! Lottie IMmer, of Jacksonville,
ja vumng Mr, and Mrs. )E. M. I'ope

Mr. and Mrs. N. Y. Jernigan spent p

in Panama Sunday friends. in Sanford with relatives and

and everywhere on American territory, -3 cirrplrEd! : by "h.t3.A"
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they an Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would 18-18-tf
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare
.tf-identtfymg. We recommend them to all who travel for
business or pleasure. Mrs. E. L. Murray has taken a position -
as stenographer in W. W. Prepare for
The State Bank of Orlando
Rose's real estate office in the Watkins .
.
block. .

Mr. F. M. Preston, one of Pine Cas-

tle's successful growers and truckers, "T"

county looked after metropolis business)'esterda matters). at the "[ AUTUMN Of LIFE"[


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

Mr. and :Mrs. A. P. Fudge, of Gress- By saving a definite
mere, motored to Orlando yesterday
1? d ''t r ,' and spent several hours in the city amount each week. We
1 M shopping and greeting friends

have several plans Let
t>r.L\ Mi lluiktiin=tec arrived in

OHrtlido 8uiidf y fttihl Arcadia and us explain them,
will pjiehil' it week iiif'' the guest ofhi

., i atfr91rI .Lyr k ) *! httilher, l Ilr U, 1'. HutkHiHolPf atItly
/ Wt'"t "llt'l'l. -

'
1 ttfl How much tiiil >wu pave taet month
in cash or 1 Havings Cheeks $4 12: tf
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The Peoples National Bank
Mrs, Robert I It MI Orlando) yesterday Afternoon
from Jacksonville! and! M the guest of "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Mr. and Mrs W. M. Murphy, at their
home on East Anderson street.
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Mrs Pliny Norcross is expected to
arrive Thursday of this week from
New York. She will lie, accompaniedby
Miss Jane Norcross her late hus-
HUPMOBILEI I
I band's sister.


Get your next shave at the Stand.
ard. 18-21-tf 1
"Where there'slife
Mr. and Mr. Ico. W Wcthercll 111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111111111111111111 >H > ilMlfiHIHU,
there's Hupp" and daughter returned' to Orlando for -

another season, Sunday vvvninjr 1111,1..1,11.1.11..1,111.1111,11.1.1.1..1.11.1.111.1.1..1. 1111111111115
from Glens 1.'ulls. N. y., and vicinity, ,
,
where they spent the summer.

J. P. HOLBROOK Dealer Deposit your Savings Checks and The Gasoline Problem Solved
Interest for
let them earn 4 per cent. ,
you. 8-12-U ,

I Mrs. Clara Illanton- returned Monday -

from Orlando where the spent Fueline

two weeks in u sanitarium under
c treatment. She came home much improved ,
,
in health.-New Smyrna
Breeze. :, Guaranteed at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated

: combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of
Bishop James Atkins a. distinguished ,
Methodist of Wajnesville, N. : carbon.
C'. arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
t over the Coast Line. lie is : Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion re-

the guest of Colonel and Mrs T. J. : leases a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve
Watkins.
: chambers, preventing carbon oxide.
.
How much did you save last monthin
: 5c. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf .

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, popu-
Stop Thief! lar and esteemed young couple of

Apopka, who have been spending
their honeymoon in the Virginias and |
Juan
Make your Ford car thief proof. I have other states, have returned to their San Garage Company

home in west Orange.
the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed -

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on your car. Ride Ilamrick's jitney bus Sc.18tf Orlando-Daytona
t ..

Mr. and Mrs. F. it!. McDonald and

F. G. RUSHPhone :Mr Nicholas Ittner, popular and well ,ltltltMl l MM . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .t.
known residents of west Orange mo-
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tored to Orlando yesterday from ---- - --
220.WEDDING: .
A opka and spent several hour ... . . . . M lllillllMMMMMCMMM . Hf4
greeting friends and shopping

Will Be Your Executor?
J Deposit!; jour Savings Checks! and Who
Ij I let them earn 4 per cent interest for
you. K-12 tfMt
1 ttT.lt; Mi. :2YOTF
; "' titi-l Mrs, Unrip) Nrl"ti., fIr< ANH r------ _ _ ...
1 itmitp, Kfl". who have brrti, =t"'".'- eilats! may: t l.tlI wetertally Impstte4 a'Itireet .
,ug ep% Mrtl. ) (I tt*>S VMtlhtf' (I h'llIl" Ml result' fIt t h@ appeihtltleht of an utsntoJ''
.. . . . . . .. .. .. .... ... ).. .. MMNN#I 1t"u'.t' liuiH, nnil Mi, wc'l M'=, i I' J If trufih'! i

"IIM.n,11 their home 1111 till' 1' l)' When an Individual U appointetlis I
1\ II k 111..1, hn f"iHIII! rOIl hats" '
The financial re i'' nsiMUty\ i Ii ventrally vve4ler, s t ,
'
,Standard! Itailier Hluijt u bumtur18 \, It i Iii usually provided\ | \In wills that (the rep'flll' ; -
;:l tf excused. ,
nominate) to serve "a executor shall 1-e

GIFTSWhat Mi and :MraV., (;oo.l um\ed in from givingJ4mds, v
iiilaiulo afternocin then It U at the expense -
Sunday in When surety bonds are supplied t v '
uuto from Chicago and spent the of the estate, and then only partial eecurity r

will tho brhlo say of your gift? Will sho look IIItht at the San Juan hotel, U'living! against Iou is provided. S P r
yesterday morning for St Pettrslmrp Is elected '
at it and Hay languidly, "That Is: very pretty"-or will where they will spend the wititei When a Trust Company
The advantage of strong financial re # f* v
site hug it to her breast and Kay "Oh! I just love this." positive i F
fponiibllity I U secured.A
Misr Rachel A. Child and MIHKAnna r
That in exactly the dilferenco between buying the "or (1 Appleton, popular and en frond which has I behind, It the entire financial ,
rpridcnto of Orlando' U alwa '. filed with
"' 'm\.1 twitter strength of the Institution >
IHnat)' gifts and the exquisite things one finds here at
,, returned .Sunday evening over the the I'robnfp Court lit ton '"-t lo the rutate.AnKwrr rv
cost. Line from the North whpiptlir
no greater Coast
;N'o. :3 J will appear in a subFetiuent Chaos ,
)' spent the summer, and are k-atn
of thli neWepapor! t
t'upy'iitg! their h"ttu', :I2i:II>0I I\lJI\\\,1:\
,
avenue _
Como In any time and freely ak for further j a
I UT'S: ell 'I 10 'I i 1In i;; MK'IM. Information on this vitally important subject.
\\ la't' :\lo..rI.' "" t'lIlullml You are always welcome and our ollk- are always .
T. H. EVANS Dine I'umpUm pie, .I..",hilut"' ..nuluitfee glad to advUe.
1' tt-nt, En.'I'thllll hllllll'ma.lt'
\Vh..iI ToniKht, T;.10 lo lu

o'clock! The Orlando Bank & Trust CompanyOrlando

JEWELER DoctorsBuekinastiT


: & Bniiidaiii!.! Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII..III.IIIII.IIIII.'IJI..I.JIJ 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples!
National Bank. Phone 578. I.t.I..I..III..t..ttl.I..... I.II.lllltl.ll.tl11.1111111111111111111.Travel .



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