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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 28, 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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Volume ID: VID00546
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. THE MORNING SENTINEL




VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1915. NUMBER 222.




BERLIN-CONSTANTINOPLE OPEN ?





HEAVY DUEL FROM THE SEA TO VERDUN



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PATROLS OF BULGARIANAND i NO U. S. CITIZENS WANTED WORLD'S LARGEST "BIRD"

EFFECT GERMAN JUNCTION ARMIES FAY BOMB PLOT IS I A COPENHAGEN DISPATCH

Great Britain Says AmericansCan Daniels Orders Construction of

HEAVY FIGHTING IS YET TO COMEAt CAUSING U. S. Not Enlist in the World's Largest Aeroplaneat
British Army in Washington Navy
Future Yards SAYS fOOD CRISIS IN BERLIN

Same Time West Front Has
CONCERN Washington, Oct. 27.-Sir Cecil Washington Oct. 27.-Secretary
Fierce Duel Raging From
Spring-Rice informed the state department Daniels ordered today an immediate

S ja to Verdun-Little today that the British for- construction of the world's greatest IS CAUSING TERRIBLE PANIC

Change AMBASSADOR GERARD TO eign office has ruled that citizens of aeroplane at Washington navy
the United States will no longer be yard. A new record breaking air pirate .

London Oct. 27.-The Germans SEE IF CONNECTION EX- permitted to enlist in either the Brit- is to be one of a fleet designedto --

have opened up a road for troops ISTS IN GERMANY ish army or navy. Many complaintshave carry and discharge secret explosive STOP TRAIN' OPEN' EXPRESS POOR VERGING ON STARVATION -
from Berlin to Constantinople. The been filed with the departmentfrom bombs which were recently test- CAR BLOW UP SAFE FIRE
Teuton army which crossed the Dan- parents of boys ineligible who ed successfully at Pensacola Fla. GUNS AND THANK AND WOMEN ARE

ube at Orsova has effected a junction ALL ATlANTIC PORTS ARE WATCHEDFay's ran away to join the English army.HOSTILE" Experts of the navy department say TRAIN' CREW! CRYING FOR FOOD

east of Brza Palanka with the Bulga- that such an air fleet as proposed will

rians who invaded Serbia near Pra- Accomplices Intended to FLEET "SUNK"New be able to destroy any of the great Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 27.-
hovo. cities of the world that it could reach. South bound Missouri Kansas & Texas MANY DEATH SENTENCES GIVEN

The patrols of the two armies met Dynamite Steamers Leav- York.-A fleet of "hostile" The bombs could be dropped on bat- passenger train No. 9 was held up
to official Other Ports Than tleships 150 miles at sea. and robbed at 2 o'clock this morning
today according
an an- ing warships which attempted to invade German Court Martial Sen-
nouncement from Berlin. Before south of Onapa, on the main line from
a New York New York harbor last night in a war DUMBA ARRIVED-GOOD! tenced One Woman to Death
Parsons to Denison, by ten or more
through railroad line of
transport can
had been theoretically sunk today
I game masked bandits, who blew the safe in for Collecting
be opened however the AustroGermans Enem-
,
Washington, Oct. 27.-The state department I off the entrance to the harbor. A London.-A Reuter dispatch from .
one express car, obtained an undetermined -
face serious fighting. They it is understood has cabled defending fleet which had been on Vienna says that Dr. Constantin The- I InformationLondon
amount of and valuables -
money
must gain control of the Belgrade- watch for the invaders, however, was odor Dumba, former Austro-Hunga- I
Ambassador Gerard in Berlin todayto failed to open three other safes
Saloniki line far Nish
before
as as first destroyed before they discov- rian ambassador to the United States, I Oct. 27.-An Exchange Telegraph
they will have through communication ascertain immediately what connection and escaped without attempting to :

ered that the enemy was upon them. has arrived there. I dispatch from Copenhagen
by rail with the Turkish capital if any, exists between the rob passengers.The says that the food crisis in Berlin is
Progress at this front is reported German government and the Fay bandits boarded the train at I I causing" a panic. The poor people are
today by Berlin. The Bulgarians are bomb plotters under arrest in New Checotah or some point north of the verging on starvation, women are
fighting desperately to increase their York. Unless the Kaiser's govern- scene of the robbery, climbed over the storming the shops and crying for
"BASS HOUSE" FOR RELICS baggage and mail cars and forced the
grip on the Saloniki-Nish railroad. ment formally disavows responsibilitythe food and there are broken windows
-: Officials at London admit fear that relations between the two coun- engineer to stop the train. They then everywhere.
Serbia will be crushed in the north. In tries will become more acute than at AND ANTIQUES YES? NO? went back to the coaches, found the

the south however inco-operation with any previous time since the war be conductor and forced him to open the Death Sentences

the French, some successes have been express car. The bandits worked Amsterdam, Oct. .-According to
gan.Additional The old frame building on Oak street, directly south of the :
gained by the Serbs against the Bul- department of justice more than an hour. a German court martial held at Liegeon
City Hall and due east of Rock's building, is believed by
many Five charges of nitroglycerin were
garians. Following the recapture of agents today were dispatched to the Monday it sentenced four persons,
citizens to be the oldest structure and land mark standing in
Veles by the Serbs a furious battle is large cities along the Atlantic sea- exploded before the safe was opened., one a woman, to death for collecting
Orlando. This building erected in 1874 1876 and
was or
was
raging on the front between that city board, including Boston, Philadelphia Attempts were made to open one safe information useful to the French government -
known the "Bass House," English hotel, which sheltered
as an in the second car and two in
and Kumanovo. The Bulgarians are and Norfolk. This action was takenon express j and five others were given
many pioneers and wayfarers when Orange avenue was a mass the third but neither yielded to repeated -
reported falling back toward Istip the theory that accomplices of Fay sentences varying from ten to fifteen
of pine trees and the present thriving Orlando was a mere trad-
which is reported evacuated. intended to dynamite steamers leaving attempts. years. Those sentneced were seven
other ports than New' York in ig post. Some of the robbers guarded the Belgians and two French.
East of the old house stood the court house and the city hall, train who were lined along
Fierce in the West order to divert the attention of the crew up
Fighting long since razed. Other small buildings, such saloons, etc.,
government operatives from that as the side of the track, others guardedthe "TIlE LEADER" HAS NEW DISPLAY -
London, Oct. 27.-Infantry fighting which stood in the immediate vicinity have disappeared. The passenger coaches and some went CASE

1 of great violence has been renewed field.As soon as its men arrive on the old Bass House stands in the same place and with the excep- bac kalong the track to stop a freight

along practically the entire western ground to reinforce the agents already tion of a new tin roof, just as it was forty years ago. train behind the passenger. A dozenor As one enters Boone street from
front from the sea to Verdun accord- there the department plans to There are four very small rooms on the ground floor, two of more shots were fired by the ban- Church street the first thing to greet
ing to official communications reach- these been added to the after it
having hostelry
some was
have all ships at port watched day years the eye is a new display window or
ing here tonight. The most furious built. The dining is used for hay the kitchen in the dits.After
and night. Ammunition and arms are room now abandoning their work, the chow case built on the east side of
engagements took place along the being sent on ships from Boston and rear now shelters Mr. Charles Rock's horse, and the two front robbers are said to have thanked the "The Leader" department store. The

Arras and Lille road where the Philadelphia, while grain and horses rooms and the upstairs rooms are used for general storage purposes train crew, and wished them 4good I case has a background of mirrors and
French exploded a number of mine one of the old bed rooms now serving a like fora darkness
are being shipped principally from purpose night, disappearing into the when completed will be used for
chamber under the German trenchesand
Norfolk. colored employe. apparently on foot. showing various kinds of goods. The
then dashed to the attack, and The balcony: overhanging the north fide of the dwelling' is as railroad officials
It I I. rumored about the White It is stated that local store is undergoing decorations, etc.,
east of Kheims where the Teutons be- (louse that the president is keeping. it was nearly a half century ago, where, we are told many a at Eufaula Ray that the amountof preparatory to the monster sale which
hind dense clouds of poison gas en- in close personal touch wiht every de- spirited boxing match was held. Mr. nock will sell this building loot will not be known until the starts this week.

dwavered to recapture some positions" velopment of the cane. From authoritative as it stands to the city, to the Orlando Board of Trade, or to the train reaches Denison, Texas.
lost during the September "drive. county for a reasonable sum. GAS COMPANY IN NEW (12.000,000
source of the state depart
ment it wan also intimated that the Should the city, county, or Board of Trade be unwilling to ALABAMA OFFICERS RETURN COMBINATION .
WILSON TO SPEAK IN OHIO! purchase the building the Sentinel would suggest that the build- -
department of justice l Iii in possessionof WITH PRISONERDeputy :
, informalon which conclusivelyproves ing be purchased by popular subscription. Furthermore, the Fairmont, W. Va.-The Mononga-
Washington, D. C.-President Wilson Sentinel advocates that the building be removed intact to a lot hela Valley Traction company today
that the countrywide conspiracy Sheriffs Wall and Gamble
has accepted an invitation to go which was exposed in the Dumba on the west side of Lake Eola the city park, encircled by a neat who arrived in Orlando Tuesday afternoon took over the holdings of the Fair-

to Columbus, Ohio, December 10, to case is still in active operation. picket fence, surrounded by flowers and shrubs, and in it stored from Ozark Ala., after Marvin mont Gas company, forming a 012-
speak. every possible relic of Orlando or Orange county.Mr. Gissendamer, the darky arrestedon 000,000 merger.
a Rock has the original door of Orlando's first city hall
RUSSIA BUYS 7,000,000 CROSSTIES Monday about 1 o'clock by Police
IN ARKANSASLittle which was long ago destroyed.: He also has the first bar, hinges Officer Broom and ex-Police Officer
j AUTO STRUCK 8 YEAR OLD and hasp of Orange county's first jail. These articles repre- Adams left yesterday on their returnto STATE HY. COMMISSION
Orlando's Mr. Rock would
sentative of
Rock Ark.-Arkansas lum- pioneer days, gladly Alabama with their prisoner. Gis-

BOY 4 RIBS BROKEN ber mills will furnish approximately donate to the collection. sendamer is charged with attempting MET INSTATE OREANOO
: 300,000,000 feet of red oak timber to There are pictures, newspapers, photographs, various manu- to murder a colored woman having I

the Russian government, it was an- scripts, Indian relics, deeds and numerous other interesting an- fired five times at his victim, four of

DOUGLAS WILLIAMS WHILE nounced here today. General B. W. tiques which would serve as a splendid foundation towards the the shots taking effect. Gissendamerthen HY. ENGINEER WAS
Green said he had closed a contract collections. We believe that this is an opportunity to perpetuatethe struck out for Florida. He was ELECTED ACTION
PLAYING IN FRONT OF of and Orlando. The Sentinel NOT ,
early history Orange county I
with Russian purchasing agents for reported to have been a desperate
' GRAMMAR SCHOOL RAN 6,000,000 red oak railroad ties and L. will be pleased to receive communications from the people on character and the Alabama officials i I'OSTPONED-ADDRESSES
IN FRONT OF FORD TOURING this subject. DELIVERED BY JAMES
P. Coleman announced he had secured were greatly surprised at the ease
', CAR. contracts for a million more. The with which he was arrested. AND RAMSEY.The .

ties will be used in double trackingthe

During the recess hour yesterday Riga to Moscow railroad it was PERRY WALL LEAVES ON STATE newly created state highway
morning little Douglas Williams said. The two orders would amountto AUTO TOUR commission met in Orlando yesterdayat
.. eight :year old son of Mr. and Mrs. approximately $2,500,000. As Precaution Against Yeggs the office of M. M. Smith, a mem-

F II. Williams, while playing in front About six million feet of yellow Tampa.-Perry G. Wall, candidatefor ber of the commission. The selection
|- of the Orlando grammar school on pine will be shipped from Arkansas Stamp Supplies At P. O/s Cut United States senator, left the Hof a state highway commissioner (engineer

Magnolia avenue, dashed in front of mills to help fill a contract for 52- city yesterday on an automobile tour ) was discussed but action was
a Ford touring car, and as a result 000,000 feet awarded to Southern of Middle and West Florida, which postponed until a future meeting.

suffered four broken ribs, severe body lumbermen last week by the Italian I Washington, Oct. 27.-Postoffice ment is pursuing its i investigationsalong will occupy a month or more. lie will Nothing of importance came up at

bruises and bad cuts about the head. government. The larger part of this i burglaries have become so frequent this line and are endeavoringto visit all the towns and cities, meet the session except routine road mat
lie was rendered unconscious, and order, it was said, would be filled in :of late that an order went forth to- develop some means for identifying and mingle with the voters and spreadthe ters. It adjourned subject to call of
"' was hurriedly removed to the Mc- Louisiana. day to postmasters except the first stamps and other papers. doctrine of a business man for the chairman Ed. Scott, of Arcadia.

', Ewan sanitarium where his injuries :class, to keep on hand a smaller number Today's order issued by Third As- the senate with his unusual success. Others present were J. D. Smith, of .
| yere dressed. OCALA GETS NEXT )IEfTlOf': : of stamps and other papers of a sistant Postmaster General Dockery, Mr. Wall is accompanied by Mrs. Marianna, F. O. Miller, of Jacksonville -

'*" The car which struck the lad was FEDERATION commercial value and to guard them said in part: Wall little Miss Martha Wall, Miss and M. M. Smith, Orlando.A .
drivfen by Alfred Armitage, of Uma- I more carefully than in the past. "Postoffice burglary has increasedto Mary Wall, and Houston Wall. lie feature of the meeting was an
$ tilla, who is in attendance at the Wes- L. D. Harris of St. Petersburg, Reports to the postoffice depart- such an extent that the depart is receiving many encouraging reports address by E. W. James, of Washington -
'lley Federation of Bible Classes. Mr. president; J. 11. Bunch, of Jacksonville ment accounting for last :year's busi- ment finds it advisable to lessen the about his candidacy. in charge of the maintenance de-

\'Xrmitagc was greatly shocked by the \ict-president; F. G. Wade of ness show that 1,400 claims, aggregating number of stamps kept on hand, par- partment of the U. S. bureau of good

i accident and rendered all possible assistance Tampa, secretary and Mrs F. A. a loss of $190,000 resulted ticularly the one cent and two cent WON TO ROCKEFELER PLAN roads. G. R. Ramsey, county engi
\ to the unfortunate youth. Curtis of Orlando, treasurer, are the from burglary of postoffices. They denominations, which are the main neer, also made a few remarks.

News of the near-tragedy was re- new officers of the Florida Wesley were received from nearly every section objective of the burglary. Postmasters Denver, Colo.-Coal miners employed -
ceived "with the keenest regret Bible Class Federation, which met in of the country. Inspectors were of the second, third, and fourth by the Colorado Fuel and Iron TIlE WEATHERFor

throughout the city and sympathy Orlando Tuesday and Wednesday of unable in most cases to find any trace classes, who can not properly protect company at Rockvale, the only camp
[;' .was extended to the worried parents. this week. of the stolen goods because of the their stamps will accordingly, draw whicn voted against the Rockefeller Florida: Unsettled today, probably

i Late last night it was reported that After a warm contest between lack of identification marks. Their requisitions for approximately two plan of industrial relations, today reconsidered showers, except fair northwest

Douglas was resting as easily as could Ocala, Gainesville and Wauchula, investigations, however, have led department months' supply of one and two cent their action and voted portion; moderate northeast winds.
be expected, and it is the sincere wish Ocala got the next meeting place the officials to believe that stamps at a time." for it.Want.
J k of the Sentinel and Mr. and Mrs.Vil- date to be selected at a later time. stamp brokers in a number of larger I Stamps of these denominations Crane's stationery by the box or

4 liams friends that the boy will speedily The sessions were largely attended cities make it their business to dis- heretofore have been drawn for ap- anything Ask for it through pound. none better; correspondencecards
t recover. I from all sections of the state. pose of stolen goods. The depart- J-proximately three and a half months. Sentinel "Want." ; all prices. Curtis & O'Neal.
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IVIIY SHOULD WE NOT LOVE TO

South Florida THE DAILY SentinelMORNING LIVE IN DIXIE LAND? IA I Poem For The Day I


AND WEEKLY Why shoudl we not love to live in YESIs

r.. ?i GLENN .....................Editor Dixie? was the theme chosen by Col. LORD MACAUIAYi
W C. ESS1NGTON ._ ". .Baimeu- --Manager- John Staples, of Greensboro, N. C., life worth living" ? Yes s>o long
- As there is wrbnjr" to right,
FlorId
Entered at the ptwtofficc at Orlando delivered before the
for his address
*. M Second Claw Mail Matter. Nail of the weak against the strong,
reunion body in Jacksonville last year. And tyranny to fight; ,
Daib. 1 rear SUBSCRIPTION..............KATti........... IS..0 Col. Staples is an orator-lawyer,, Long as there lingers gloom to chase. is the name of a beautiful Hyacinth we have for sale. This hyacinth is all its name im
Daily 6 Month ..............,....... 1.60; forensic efforts have Or streaming tears to dry,
Dally Daily.: 1 I Month Month.:::::::::::::::::::::: lit: been and many characterized of his as gems by his as- One That kindred smiles woe as,we one draw sorrowing nigh; face plies. It is a stately, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand flower for the diningi

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 sociates who heard them and the public Long as a tale of anguish swells i or parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for growingsame.
who sat spellbound by the flow of The heart and lids grow wet
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IH and And at the sound of Christmas bells .
conconclusions I
logical propositions
ADVANCE eloquent We pardon and forget;
TO ADVKRTISKUM propounded and made by So long as Faith with Freedom reigns Price of Hyacinth glasses . . . 23c.; each
him in the halls of justice of more And loyal Hope survives,
afar far lianas M< all atker 1Iaa'-set state. Anal /gracious Charity remains Lord Macaulay: Hyacinth . . lOc. each

,..I.rtldas Be. .f tli..Be.U.* k,,"Ha....,*4.a.tet la at,..,.lie. .I...1.,. .a.>., than lie one said in part: "When we contemplate While To leaven there is lowly one lives untrodden; tract Lord :Macaulay Hyacinth . . . $1.00 doWe /.
U. fay kef**. ,."lk.Ue... This nil. ...u" the fact that cavaliers set For Intellect or Will,
to:.:=I****u/.r.lii-::.strictakrt4 rl aJvtHlriail! to.BvbMMbet it. li lied the colony of Virginia in the time And men are free to think and act, also have other Hyacinth Oulbs ranging from dOe, doe up.
Life 1 III worth living mill.Knglinh .
Powatan and
- -. dnlfln Th sentinel. daeenh of those royal Ravages!, Illustrated' Matfa t ltie.
..... shrill taotltr the sale IA writing ell Pocahontas, ; and when we cofitem. u I
.
of .. eUnt w4.. II will kftUftt .
he dote
'figures
*4 at th' lt.t..1 .uWrlptlAB rat.. plate l further that the greatest Tin Sentinel U I built upon the lines! A "NT

:Td.pMse Mil fMrtl<-.Ntaii-y to stop ,k" .rw, ....lvwt" " .... ...". 14TIIUKrillAY. of history build up the govern thtl'respat of falrneM, independence! and\ snaplit's i :D "PH .. > ..
refutation' )
meat (,inns colonial
it live ones: give you the ,hewnin
IKTOHKIt :2H:' HUB\ vereltnty,! of tfuvernmenti,! I "
Man"
- l IiVf"11 th\', rrl"p. condensed form anti without 'l llO =])t'ntr mid Spud
anti that from Virginia liar" tar piejMdU-e, Complete\ \teteinnphep .! .
(iKNIUM: NOTIIINU HUT great mantle of chivalry' rule an. > iU\ of the WII"II," happenings, PROPRIETOR
the other 'III"eml
that developed
IIAIWOIIK.& () manner,," and states. we run realise whnlI DRUG STOREORLANDO
In 1m article from II New York. paper ho constituency of J Pi'uit i U, what ORLANDO CONCRETE CITY

several day wgo there wua an account blood flows through its vein, what FLORIDA

of a very interesting interview pride[ of birth ennobles the race un)

with Miss Jean Webster, author of why Southern men and women love tc WORKS
.live in Dixie. r
"imtwy I marriage

to Mr. Glenn II. :McKenney, a lawyer 'Dixie, land of the South, 407 LONG STREET MIIIIIMHIIMMM MMMMMMIMMMM tMMM

is one of the important events of Whose The perfumed very breezes sweetness blow of 1'hone ID.; Pine Castle :

the near future. Miss Webster says Her womanhood.
that genius amounts to nothing more !
than hard work and gives a numberof "Dixie, land of the South shine, All classes of Concrete work done. Nurseries
blue
good suggestions for those interested Whose Down skies on hearts of more true and Walks, Steps, Bridges, Fountains, Hams! Hams! Hams!
in writing and several excellent Warming than her sun. Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Arbor Pine Castle, Fla. I

rules for writing romance, which are Posts, White Way Electric
"Dixie, land of the South The price of hams is steadily advancing, but Thursday -
as follows: Where first great Freedom Light Posts, Vine and Hose Trellices,
"To girls who feel the impulse in Flung her banner in theFace Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or Has first class orange and I Friday and Saturday we will sell them at 20c. per lb.
them which drives them on to creating of tyrant foe. Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops, grape fruit trees, ready to plant.

fiction. Don't think you have to land of the South. Gate Posts of any design Building We offer only first class trees, \
come to New York to succeed. You "Dixie Who, first taught vanquished men Blocks, Common and Ornamental budded from prolific bearing j Flour Flour12lb.
can write anywhere in the country, To rise in power supreme Building Blocks. faced, with Granite; trees of known quality. We
and New York will come to you if you And conquer fate nt will. Coquinna or any other natural Rocks.Plans also have the genuine Watson'I

have anything the world wants to "Dixie, land of the South, and estimates. made for Bungalows watermelon seed. No melons 'I Sack only ________________________________-15c.S
read. To watch nil sections. turn or other buildings. All work shipped from where we saved
"Master the technique of your art. In admiration of her great guaranteed/ I\r\ t.clIUII. Building Picru25c. our need. Melons weighed from 21lb. Sack only ________________________________t)0c.)
lie good to the editors and don't send Unconquerable And proudly share heart her of love heritage :! 20 to15 pounds. CatalogueFree. I

them a line until you really under. LINDSAY BUOTIIKHS, !'rope.S. ,
land what it mean to write. livery: Of fume and" one has to start from the bottom. GIVE SAYINGS CHECKS
alone tho glorious 1- WE
There In no royal mad to writing. All "Itut It in not -
this lovely talk about the divine|P ark i history of the putt that holds our - -= __ -
; h; gift of the god' ,' etc..-I U rubbUh.The love and loyalty to our hind It U CEO.[ WASHINGTONsaid ---=- ---- -- --

secret of genius ill I nothing moreromantic the memory of our women gone, the BERRY
vision of our women living. H R. Our Grocery Company
than hard work. present chains of : "lie who makes two bladesof
which binds us home with
at
certain faculty
girl with a
"Any old South grass grow where one grew
The'women of the
writing can become an author It she steel. - Two Phones: 3 and 200
will work hard enough and study. endowed their sons with love of country before is a public benefactor. I

"But there must be wide reading of them, home with and their honor.country They when shared need We may not be able to do this, A complete line of Ford Acces- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
of literature to help the
kind
every solved the problemof ,
have
service they bade them but we }
mechanics
for
technique before any young writer called ; sories; a staff of expert
.
And let forht to victory, 'or if defeat be making 25c. do the work of
to me
dare
put paper.
pen all
get back to technique just long pressed upon them rise to conquer 50c. in the scheme of living. If to render satisfaction in IMIIIIMIIMIIIM
"
enough to add that a writer must circumstance, and fate. you can get a good substantial, I lines of Automobile Repair
know so much about the mechanics of well cooked meal for 25 cents, --- -- -
her art th tih-t h i-c l knowledgeof I ? I.Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
why pay more
and
writing becomes ingrained. You Best Promptest Gasoline, and fair and square
must make the theory of the written The Model with its 25; cent

word second nature liefore you even Auto Livery regular meal and 15c. specialshas I prices. Yancey Meat Market, Inc.fULLY .

attempt its expression. Service made it possible for peopleto PAID UP
"And last of all, you must see lifewith economically and well.
understanding eyes. live T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mg;.

"Know and understand your dear b-PASSENGER Anything you may wish from ORLANDO FLORIDA
public. Give it just what it wants, I For Nine Years
moderate
at
short order list
not what you think it ought to want. our Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

High/ art turns up its aristocraic nose BUICK CAR prices. business at the Florida and Western Meats
in
? have been
at 'tricks of the trade. Rut! why not Oysters fresh every day.

The more tricks you have, the betterchance OPEN DAY ANI NIGHT t\\'e location, Corner of South Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
stand of winning.
you ideaInelimcs's" We call anywhere at any time Main and Church Streets. Special' Attention to Hottl and Out of Town Order

1 Bu.lne" ITS P. O. BOX .*6
w> Co Phone 226 PHONES { Ruldnu I jj Cor. Orange A's.. and Church Si.,
"(hire with n man hll1II"came to had me n to piny mllabornto I Cord J n's Transfer The Model Cafe -

wax to furnish the love port, anal he 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 Itepnlr Shop
Leading
would furnish the' Orlumlo'h"
HAULING OF ALL KINDS H""cl the Morning "nntlfl< for the
I foruwhut .
the uhlpwwk.' '
would write and Garage:
It wits nil uUnit. but I hove it I new. lOc. A week delivered r ,t'hen' v LL:1.'fIt___ _\ __ I
of
ft1'ull"I'tllI" that his Idea i
funny
Jo\' < was all unuMithneiui. with no frlotl..n Pansy Plants, Rose OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I

itnywhere." '''''nt'll'' pretty poor Bushes Petunia The Eola Packing Company OPPOSITE POST OFFICEFIIESiI
ladle, for fiction.," There must be I con ,
into being ORLANDO tl.UKIUV : ANI SALT MEATS
,flivU. lmti' often cornea
through tlll"un"cutnn.tingll und the Plants Kept under the bent nnnltary conditions

pain of human hearts. Hut it understand SpecialtiesCustom Everything screened away from the pies, and kept fresh
I., and thllt'hnt makes the Leave your orders here and pure

world::; : ; round" I Packer :Modern Cash Equipment f.o.b. S11InGrOWrK' We invite 1 t Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

0- Shippers! and lUiyers everything in the Meat Line.
Personal Attention
TIM: HUH1\ .Violet Dell Florist. Agents I

IIICIIWAVH.From: Auguntinethe Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to Inspect the plant and arrange I x-i. l'\.1. SeIJ' & (<).
St.
Jacksonville to for harvesting and packing their crops.Fruit .
party drove o\cr 'brick. highways, J. M.CARtrilERS Packi-d and! nhlppcd as!' (directed( by the owner of the Rood!' PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

which Were In a line\ condition. From Hi nnd A. C. I.. Track*' J
the load' indiMMlbed 'hon. boll 409! South Lake PACKING 11OUS1I'nrnrr 1 Concord .ire.

$AuKUotltio im "l-elnn to lhtptm a perfect brick' W. II. RULE. Mur.. J. S. PAGE( .1MSt :\I.r.. C. A. COCIIUAN,

thoiouuhfnre, with the exception of Packing. HOUM Foruntan.Patronage .

one nUtU-h' of math nboul ten mile In FIELD'S Solicited

leimth.' L'l'uin" ", l Ihl"I'" U l>(*liunl the Respectfully Quality, Smartness and Long Life
all btU'k and -
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The_ .htrvtch from Oilandu into His TUTI. FRUTIr NOTICE! FOR SALE-Ilulck Car In fair running! condition ; new
another excellent /' ? \ 4
binuurnhighway U very hU'IICE \ tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian
said) Mr.I Curley, which wail
the bent except that leading into CREAMS Just received a fresh supply of Tampa Special, and Motorcycle, for cash.

From KUsimmee to Florence recleaned cracked corn.
Tampa of Ilaine City and These feeds must be SEEN to be appreciated.
Villa by way
struck which afforded the Tampa Special is absolutely free from weed seeds,

roads)b.er\er were quite a contract to the other AUTO LUNCHESA grit, etc., and is made up of wheat, cracked corn, kaflir, AUTO AShiti STATION

roads. From Bartow to Lakeland SPECIALTYCLUB and oats.
and on to I'lant City the highway was We can give you a good price on these feeds.

fine, although some stretches were D.
Freeman V. Phillips Mgr
not all of brick, there being some SANDWICH 25e. ,

'rimes.marl and shell.-St. Petersburg The Co-Operative Produce Co.W. I 14 E. CHURCII STREET PHONE 417


tell o why they take We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed S. DeWitt, Mgr. No 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 j jiiiiiiiiniiiiiMininiMmiiitniiiiiiMMiiiiint

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! Offered Bargains Grand the o th Over Excitement Wild Cause Will i11 That Sale A


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Valises.A and, Cases Suit Bags Trunks as such, Goods, Traveling, ,of assortment complete
alsoa;Specialties Household and Gents and Ladies for Clothing Notions Hats Shoes Ready-to-Wear# 'Ladies', and Men's' of Consisting
MERCHANDISE WINTER AND FALL HIGH-GRADE OF WORTH $15,000.00$

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IMI'i(0\RMGNT: IN SCHULTZ'
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1 I Quite a SHOW number' WINDOWS of: people were interested I The Voice Of


Park News I as workmen spectators replaced yesterday the two morning section -- The PeopleAbout Dress and

I plate glass window in the north I Silk

side of the new Schultz building with

a cne section glass. This big pieceof Murder Editorial
plate glass is eight by ten feet and Orlando, Fla.. Oct. 27, 1915.
b three-eighths of an inch in thick- Editor Sentinel-In jour paper Goods pOur
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe ness. When crated and ready for this morning I noticed the following

shipment it was so large that one flat clipping:
Town And Rollins CollegeROLLINS car was required to bring it to Winter "The murder of Miss Edith Cavell, .-.,

Park. an English nurse, by a firing squad of
German soldiers acting under orders
DELEGATES LEAVE SCHULTZ FIRE STARTS LIVELY B. E. EDWARDS BUILDING HOME from Governor von Bissing is the latest -

THIS MORNING FORGAINESVILLE DISCUSSION AMONG CITY Contractor Green started operations | German atrocity and ranks with showing of Fall Styles gives you a

FATHERSThe the first of the week putting down the Louvain, the Lusitania, the Arabic,
Ten members of the Rollins Col- fire in the Schultz building foundations for a prety little bungalow and hundreds of other crimes. The splendid opportunity to learn all the new-

lege Y. M C. A. organization are to Monday night, while a trifling thingin which he is to erect for B. E. Ed- press in America and throughout the est weaves and colors and designs in Dress
attend the session of the State Y. M. itself, has caused some of the city wards on the latter's property across civilized world speaks the horror of
C. A. Students' Conference which' fathers to speculate as to what would from the New Seminole hotel. the people in ths most recent inhu- fabrics.
opens this evening at Assembly Hall I have happened had the fire taken man act."
Visit the store and attractive
see our
University of Florida, Gainesville place at midnight, instead of at the STEINWAY FOUR AT THE Is there any difference in the atroc-
The men will motor over and two busiest time during the evening GRAND ity and rank of acts committed by bargains in all lines of women's wear.

cars are expected to make the trip. These speculations led to a discussionof Beginning today and continuing for Germans, French, Russians, or even
Seven of the party will start this the dangers attendant
upon a gen- English?
three days the Steinway Four, a
morning about six o'clock, and expect eral! conflagration in addition to the quar- Fair play! New Dress GoodsOur
tet managed by Cljde Hooper, a for-
to arrive in Gainesville at six this j(t mere fire itself.It mer Orlando young man, will open In March, 1915, Mrs. Margaret
evening, in time to attend the opening was conceded that Winter Park, their engagement at the Grand thea- Schmidt( in Nancy, and in May, 1915
session, which convenes at 7:30 with her rapid growth in of beautiful
populationand tre. The first performance will be ata Mrs. Ottile Moss, both German women splendid showing fab-
o'clock. The other delegates will prosperity, is beginning to haveso matinee this afternoon. The Steinway were killed by the French authorities -
-
rics includes the following popular :
weaves
leave later in the day. overhead of
many wires on some for similar offenses.
Four has played fifteen weeks at
Section one of the delegation, which her principal streets that at certain Russians kill hundreds, yes, thou-
Atlanta, two weeks at Tampa, and GLENURQUHART PLAIDS
leaves at six this morning, is com- points they would become a source of two weeks at Jacksonville. It will sands of mothers and children for no
posed of DeWitt Taylor, Aaron Talor )"- great danger in fighting a serious be remembered that the SteinwayFour offense at all, and England, throughhis CREPES
Ray Martin, Robert Hutchinson, lordship, Earl Kitchener, not only
fire.The played in Orlando last )"ear. HAm LINE AND IMPERIAL SERGES
Oswaldo Hjdnch, Harold Hill, and high tension light wires are in shot women, but did even worse,
R. B. Greene. The three delegates many cases so close to the great mass CHICKEN SLPPERA starved thousands of mothers and FRENCH SERGES
f leaving later in the day are C. G. Til- iof telephone wires that in case of a children during the Boer war, and CIIERE SILKS
den, Byron Lee Huntsman, and R. W. ,(fire at any point where this congestion chicken supper will be served at would have starved seventy million of
Greene. The sessions will last over occurs there would be great dan- the Conway school building, Saturday Germans, if he could SILK POPLINS

( Sunday.WOOlHIEX. ger of the telephone wires and light evening, October 30th, beginning at I am ready to furnish absolute BASQUE AND WORSTED PLAIDS
6 o'clock.
wires being crossed, thus chargingthe proof for above statements to the SHEPHERD AND NOVELTY CHECKS
AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT Chicken any way you like it, with
entire mass of telephone wires doubtful, and if not receiving any con-
all the good things that accompany it. ATTRACTIVE GABARDINES
with dangerous high tension currents.
trary statement I take it for granted
This evening the local chapter Mod- It would be positively reckless to Everybody is urged to come out and jour readers share the same views as PLAIN AND FANCY CHINCHELLAS
ern Woodmen will attend the Lyric handle a hose in playing a stream of help us finish paying for the buildingof expressed above. .
theatre to witness the production of water which would come in contact our new school house, by partakingof Respectfully yours, SILK SHEPHERD CHECKS

"The Man Who Came Back," a film with these highly charged wires, as a delicious supper and enjoyingthe HENRY BENEDICT. SILK CREPE DE CHINES
which in dramatic style the various Hallowe'en features provided -
presents the powerful current from the light- '
:MILITARY: SILK STRIPES
for their entertainment.
experiences of a victim of the great ing circuit would follow the water Disclaims Authorship

white plague in his fight for health. I down into and along the hose, which, Editor Sentinel-I wish to disclaimthe PICARDY SUITINGS
After nine months spent in the Wood- if not dangerous to those handling it, ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. authorship of the very nicely

man sanitarium, near Colorado would at least be so uncomfortable and Mrs, L. II. Spencer, of worded and complimentary writeupof Prices from 35c
Springs, Colo., he returns to his family I that; they could not continue to do so. Cooperstown, N. Y., are among the Orlando printed in the TimesUnionin to
well and strong. The film features This was a new suggestion and is recent arrivals in the city. The Spen connection with the Wesley con- $2.75
Robert Wilson of Missouri.. sinking deeply into the minds of those cers have been coming here for sev- vention, a extract of which you pub- yd
After the pictures a social is to be who discussed it and it
is probablethat eral seasons and are expecting a num- lished in your editorial column this
held which the Woodmen, their fami- there will be an immediate effort ber of friends from their section of morning. Rev. Sweat, of Manatee, is These fine fabrics represent a vast varietyof
lies and invited guests will attend. made to take some steps to force all the Empire State to follow their example furnishing this matter for both the
telephone and telegraph' wires under- this winter. They are again Times-Union and Tampa Tribune and
WESLEY DELEGATES SEE WIN ground in the immediate future, justas occupying their home 733 West Cen- doing the work much better than I Wonderful
TER PARK is done in other cities as healthyand tral avenue. could do it even if I had the time to
The delegates to the Orlando convention Winter Park.
progressive as attend the sessions of the convention.
of the Florida Federation of Mr. R. I.. Collins and daughter, Respectfully, ColoringsThe
Wesleyan Bible Classes were given a KUMMER & HOLDORF RECEIVE Miss Bena, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. W. S. BRANCH.
fl'ing"iew of Winter Park yesterday MAN LETTERS CONCERNING Collins and Mrs. R. D. DeVault, wereUmatilla
European war has made popular the
afternoon when they were given an : NEW BUILDING among th ewe Il k nown c&tizens. from RIDE FOIL DELEGATESThe

auto ride by Orlando people. About In speaking of the building which visiting Orlando esterday. visiting delegates' to the Florida new rich Blues, Greens and Browns,
forty cars were used and the visitors his firm is to erect on East Park ave- They were over to attend the Wesleyan Wesley Bible Class Federation
were taken on a jaunt around the nue soon, C. J. Holdorf stated yester- Bible Class Federation. Mr. R. I:were given a ride yesterday afternoon "Navy," "Delft" and "Belgian" Blues,

City Beautiful and its environs. Win- day that since the publication of the L. Collins is one of the largest fruit under the auspices of the Orlando "Military," "Bottle" and "Mountain"green
ter Park was included in the journeyand story concerning the building in the i growers in Lake county, having sev- Board of Trade. The procession was
the delegates appeared well Winter Park News department of the eral large and prolific orange grovesas headed by the mayor, E. F. Sperry. ; "Torpedo," "Aviator," and "Gold"
pleased with the shaded streets, Sentinel some weeks ago the firm has well' as extensive peach orchards.IN .
handsome residences, and beautiful been deluged with letters from manu- SKATING: RINKDon't : browns; Battleship and "Aeroplane" greys

lakes for which this city is noted. facturers and supply houses throughout CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH fail to see the rolled polo -and many others-the popular black
the country. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND game, Friday night, Oct. 29th. You
CATTLE OV TilE GOLF COURSE Strange to say all of the letters FOR ORANGE FLORID: COUNT, will like it. 1-10-28-2t and whites, "Military" reds, "Zepplin" lav-

A number of cattle found their way were directed to Orlando, and had enders and Tangerine orange tones.
onto the golf course yesterday morn- been forwarded to Winter Park from In re Petition of Lizzie Marsh to be-
ing, but were discovered and driven the Orlando office. This confusionwas come a free dealer. MISS MAY HARDAWAY Buy your Dress Goods from these
To All Whom It May Concern
off before had done dam-
they any evidently caused by the fact that
Please take notice that on the 29th splendid displays and have them made
up
age. It is probable that the county the story was in the Orlando paper, day of November, A. D. 1915) wher- PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
commissioners will be asked at their and merely serves to show how closely ever the judge of said court may be to suit your own taste. It means fine qual-
next to erect the in said circuit, I intend to apply to
meeting a gate on the two places are associated in
border of the shut said judge for a license to manage, ity garments that will give you long service -
western town to the mind of outsiders. Even one of take charge of and to control my
out the animals, which are cut off the firm's oldest dealers in Jackson- : property and to become a free dealerin Schultz Building. Phone 406 and great satisfaction.
from entering at other points. ville, with whom they have done busi- every respect.
LIZZIE :\RSII
ness for years, through the Winter William G. Geier,
HAULING BRICK Park postoffice, addressed its com- Davis &. Giles,
All Work Neatly Done
The brick which arrived Tuesdaywere munication to Orlando.. Attorneys for Petitioner. Accurately
started moving yesterday, and 10-28-4tw New arrivals in the

will be unloaded and hauled to position FIRE EATER ATTRACTS CROWD
., .
as rapidly as possible. The first Quite- a crowd collected on East
stretch of street which is to be pavedis Park avenue yesterday afternoon to Grocery
that along Interlachen avenue from watch the work of a dusky fire eater Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe

the intersection with New England to and itinerant ventriloquist, who took
the New Seminole hotel. his stand in front of the Schultz gro- Department

cery and put on his exhibition. The
SCHULTZ GROCERY REPAINTED: man was really pretty good and attracted ,
R. Richards, who for some weeks a large number of spectators. have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour

past has been engaged painting the and shapes. Buy your fall hat now. Full line of shoes Buckwheat Flour, both plain and prepared.

Schultz grocer, completed the job ATTENDING WESLEY BIBLE and Men's Furnishings.
Rolled Oats in Bulk Yellow Corn Meal
;
yesterday afternoon. The buildinghas CLASS CONVENTION:

been neatly painted inside and Mrs. J. A. Trovillion is entertainingMrs. Pancake Flour, and other things too numerous -
out and presents a greatly improved G. Washburne and daughterand
appearance. Mrs. Williams, of Ocala, during to mention.
the sessions of the state convention of W. H. SCHULTZAt

WINTER PARK NOTES Wesley Bible Class Association at Orlando -

to which they are delegates. the New Store, Winter Park, Fla.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Blackman leave

by auto this morning to visit theirgroves GO-TO-TO\\N DAY ,Winter Park Florida

in Lake county, after which Yesterday was go-to-town day for Watch This Space for Special -
will attend of
they a meeting the the Rollins girls. Indeed, two absolutely -
Highland Citrus Fruit Exchange at who thor
reliable witnesses are }
Tavares Frida '. will 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfl'llllllllfIIIIIIIIII11111111Winter Bargains!
) Sunday they oughly competent judges declare that
spend at their ranch, and on Tuesday in visited
they believe every girl college -
they will return to Winter Park. the business section during the
afternoon. Park Auto Co.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Conklin and
daughter. Miss arrived .
Jennie
yesterday -
WEDDING: PARTY TIIROCGIIWINTER'
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afternoon from New York where

they ably. spent the summer most enjoy- The Scruggs-Ropers PARK wedding part BUICK and FORD CARS

I passed through Winter Park yesterday Dickson Ives Co.
I bound for Daytona and points on
.
R P. Foley is expected to return toI the East Coast. Several cars were s
Winter Park some time durnig the
coming week. town.in the party as it passed through Repairing, Painting and Auto


Mrs. R. J. Butts, of Sanford, is visiting Supplies .DEPARTMENT STORE.

her sister, Mrs. J. C. Vick, fora NOTICE ... ...
few days.B. .
The water and light will be cut off "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"Winter
C. Caldwell is expected to arrive for the first time in Winter Park at OPEN DAY AND NIGHTIMIIIIIIinillMMMMIiniMMMMIIIIIIIIIIIMll
the next meter reading: time for nonpayment -
next Tuesday from Wheeling, West
of sen'ice. Everybody treat-
Virginia. ed alike. 10-27-2te -



1 ;4 JC .: 1D =: :=

(rlattun nriety Favorite I I ir u

"Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
"OU.\() \:0\: IMUMiltAM() 1
Keystone. "Court lloui-o Crook,* "
SOCIAL CAI.KNDAIt. .: ( TWO TIUSTIIS? : : KLKCTKDAt :" : : ,\ conmjy, in tu parts, featuring
Kurd SUninir.IMiMiurv.t D El
Thursday, Oclolxr *2H. i I' a meeting of the tru"h' of St. "On11" Uordrr.\ A western -
Rosalind! Club musicals, uflernoon. Luke' hospital held at BUhopMeud) r"ma.
,
Is
Gun hoot ut Country Club. ;Tuesday evening, the resignations of American. "A Woman Scorned." a specialty with us.11't' will examine and make an estimate .
Four good mU of Mutual movie. free on your
?
I i I :Rev. H. W. Greetham and Mr. W. C. Iton't .
forget we have u two reel l
UOGEUs.'CUVGGS ji I Ii .. Comstock were accepted with regret.These special ?y.tone. They are always Watch
The marriage of Miss Mary Serves, vacancies were filled! by the ,rood.
i and Mr. Harold Otis Rogers was qui. election of Rev. James II. Da vet. of Five cents to all

etly solemnized yesterday at high Bartow, and Mr. W. S. Gibba, of Winter Ring orJewelry
noon at the home of the bride's brother Park. INFANT FALLS OUT OF MACHINE -

Mr. F. T. Scruggs, on Gore ave- + TO PAVEMENT

nue.Rev. SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTThe o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine
Edward T. Poulson, pastor of T. S. I. T. and B. Sewing Circle Eight months old child of Mr. and aH
the First Baptist church of this city, met yesterday afternoon and was :Mrs. Hal O. Estes No. 2901) Nebraska' your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
!
performed the ceremony in the pres- prettily entertained at Mrs. R. M. avenue, fell out of an automobile needs care and attention at our place.

ence of a small company of relatives Seymour's home on High street. The which its mother was driving on West EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
and friends. Sewing Circle will meet next week at Lafayette street at 2:40 yesterday af H
The home was attractively deco- Mrs. J. Ridder's home on East Wash- ternoon. The rear wheels of the car
rated with potted plants and cut flow- ington street. narrowly missed the child's head, r
ers. Clusters of white roses in a set- spectators say. So far as Dr. A. C. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
,
Comfort ting of asparagus ferns and Mexican I A POPULAR PLACE TO DINE Andrews could ascertain last night
vines banked the mantel. the child is not seriously hurt. II ---.zd]
:::. moors:
The bride is the daughter of Capt. The San Juan hotel which is one of The infant was standing up in the .
and Mrs. A. T. Scruggs, and is a the most complete and up to date front seat. Mrs. Estes held her arm
young woman whose winsome disposition hotels in the South is now preparedto about it, while she steered the machine ;
and and cherry manner has been the nerve and cater to the wants of the with the other hand. Slippery '1%%' Y il Unusual I Designs

means of winning for herself a large inner man in their annex dining hall pavement at Lafayette and Parker **
circle of staunch friends. She la a in the best manner Olll'ible. The reels caused the automobile to okid. *v \ .t *T .? .u> Some people, in fact a great many,
musician of considerable ability.Mr. mal dining room will probably" not be To keep it from skidding into the 3'1il', : '' .}" -yi 1 :; ec prefer unique and original effects

I Rogers I Is u successful, youngbusiness opened before the first of the year. curb Mrs t Ki"te let "'00 the baby and "A'( ". ,u. "r"r.':'.., ;r lit wall decoration" We anticipate

mini, oilglnntly from Springfield j ( but there is nothing in the luncheon, clinched the steering wheel with both X E.,tl \:, t. t' 1 '",'\'i 1't "J'' these demands and always tarry ''n
EconomyCONTRIBUTE Mi for the several hIlIlJ Then the little one fell. \ ..J.-I. tai '_ stock something entirely cUlrl'rl'ht
>its. and |past ,dinner supper or breakfast line that /
| | i >
years hits been u member of the firm (the Illiiot fast blluus Could Wish, for but Dr. Amlit'WK, who wit |pttsslnt tit ft. ; :i,.";..1.:.': .r' .''7{ (::.1 trt'IU others.VIII you full hl'r'r
of I'Vt'un &\ Hotnt'i, thin city. what U providedmr\ *. his un anti', went tit Mrs,\ l I.h': t r: lJ c.l" tI.:'ro Rtrr; will we send our 111111,1. hook tt )'OU'

Thi diidevoie it ImtuUomu modish IVixuml attention hit* ever lien assistance/ \\'. \\'. h'l'h"IIII, a clerk 1 1 J niJ..:., .. .'\\/!:.r: -
"'.:itt Sort of navy hlut sago with hut the motto ut the! Sun Juttn hou-l. Nu for Dftwmm &\ Thornton, tJI'Uth" -JA- ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C;
and nte"Ii..orleli i to niuU'h. She curikal traveller who has over ewount" ', machine homo for Mrs I I';;lit\:'II. Mr.I ." '1[7\, ". t\\a
1 I I u louijuet t of bride| .' ruses and the broad, wholesouled! welcome of the K:..tfs I* a turn-lint' drug tI"I".II\"o.-. r \ 205 S. Orange AvenueCOLEMAN

cat oa t!UII:!. genial: proprietor Harry I.. lU'eman Tampa Tribune. & RIIAN Phone 261
After the ceremony a wedding or one of hit! popular clerks. H. E Hal (I. Estes is u brother of Vr.l
luncheon was served in the dining: Waters or A. D. Arnold, will but long V. W. Estes of Orlando.

room. for the time that brings him back
The hpppy young couple left by again. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

LARGELY TO THE[ automobile for Daytona where they !
will visit points of interest on the TilE AUTUMN (W LIFE in good SALE condition.-1914 Ford Apply touring 125 West car, CAREY HANDFUNERAL

East Court. Church street, Orlando Furniture Co.
PLEASURE Of + The Peoples National Bank display -I 10-28-ltw
HELP ASSOCIATED CHARITIES windows are proving of great I -- DIRECTOR
The relief work of the Associated 'j interest to passersby these days. The

WEEK-END{[ TRIPS Charities of can serviceable be greatly aided second-hand by donations j(I{|lat-tice I GRANDTODAY AND EMBALMERAll

clothing. The need for such help is'1 of red, brown and gold are artistically

increasing, while the supply of arti- I arranged, the handiwork of Alfred II. calls answered Promptly Dayor
cles previously given is exhausted. Link. The idea back of the display

Sifts of this nature may be left with I and decoration is "The Autumn of Night. Hand Block.
the secretary, Miss Corinne Robinson, Life," and one is gently and at the SPECIAL
So. 9 Liberty street, for distribution. same time forcibly reminded to lay
The sensitive A bundle of clothing left for such use aside pennies, nickels and dimes and Orlando, Florida.PHONE .
last Saturday evening was used Mon other large change for that autumn
day morning helping the urgent need period when one needs n little cash George Kleine Presents 639. RESIDENCEPDONE 457, .
springs, together of a mother with four small children. for comfort's sake There are at

Children's clothing and shoes for both east a dozen means for saving,banks, IRENE FENWICK,
with the wide seats men and women, are especially need. books, checks, etc., etc., being dts
ed; but garments of alt sites will be played In the windows. In an Extraordinary Film MMf > IMHMIIIMHIIIHitlMMMMMMMMHimMi
and deeply tufted gladly. placed where they will help
hone[ deserving aid. The secretary MANY OCALANH II"'Kit 13 1'OH
Drnmatlgatlnn) of Porter Emerson
will greatly, appreciate any aid In ne MtiKTINtt

cushions insure curing employment for two men, doth Ilrttwne' Celebrated Play, : : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM It O'NEAL ;
king known to lie honest nod hard 1.\\\'lftl, this morning In Mcwr

comfort to the workers, who 'are moot unxloun to ee 1'hlHlpn, Duval and M I'll. Wiuhliurn\ "TUB: $I'ENOTiIIIII'T: : .
euro work of any kind. Thee two ear for Orlando I to attend the Florida
men have been residents of Orlando We..ley Bible Class Federation .
passengers on any In Six i Part. -
and vicinity for nearly two years, and meeting were M r, and Mrs J. P. Phillips *
have supported their families, but the I Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Gross, Mr.
road. The
gasolineand work they have had has diminished and Mrs J. A, Jlouvier, Mr. and Mrs.

+ W W. Cl'att11'8.. G, D. Washbum' ,
oil consumption LUNCHEON-SHOWER: : IN HONOR Mrs Maude Williams, Miss Emma 5c. 1 Oc. CURTIS & O'NEAL
MISS PERSONThe Washburn, Mrs. F. W. Cook, Messrs.
:Misses Alta and Eliza Wright and -----
is unusuallylow L.V.. Duval, Lindner McConn
gave a pretty luncheon-shower at Lester Wilson. The party will return Phone 5 for : Insurance Loans Real Estate
and the tire their home on Rock lake yesterday in tomorrow evening.-Ocala Star. FISH; AND OYSTERS : ;
honor of Miss Willie Person, who is
Fresh Every Day Rentals
soon to wed :Mr. W. L. Tilden. lIal- EDITOR FORT MEADE LEADER

expense is trifling. lowe en suggestions and decorations IN CITY
THE[ WALDECKER FISH CO.
were in evidence throughout the
206 Boone Street
house, giving it a most attractive ap The Sentinel received a pleasant
pearance. The place cards for the call yesterday from Mr. R. O. Meek, -- --- -----

luncheon were of Japanese design, editor of the Fort Meade Leader, whois INGLENOOK CAKE AND
and the clever work of Mrs. Dolive. attending the Wesleyan Bible Class
CANDY PARLOR ,
A bamboo canoe for holding a fern Federation which was in session in
was awarded to Miss Jean Person, Orlando this week. Mr. Meek mo- ESTABLISHED 188.It. .
$850f. who was the first guest to decipherher tored to this city from his home in etc.Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches

fortune from hieroglyphics. The folk county, accompanied by his son. Orders! taken for parties.
shower consisted of many useful Mr Allen 11. Meek Uev. (1. s. ttoberts \ Located In rear of llranch's Hook I
b. Orlando
o. pieces of linen. Those present were pastor of the Methodist church
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M1W, ron IIII$l'l:"$ On Hmvtey, Oftoter HI, lt 15, KevW. ------
Yesterday ftt her attractive home, I I., l lUham will be installed! tt,; l
Mrs I \\n ]H.\ Fort entertained the Hrillge pastor of this church, IJev, JMe- We are gelling! black ami galvanized pipe at the

Club, Besides: the members she butt Kinnon, of Orlando, will preside over best wholesale prices, Call on us before buying,
JewPhillips as: her guests Mrs.: Thomas UroJwa the service, Rev. .'. H. Hensley will
it will We will also cut to
pipe
pay you your
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ter, Mrs.: Clarence UrownIrs. Hal preach the sermon, and Mr. Thrasher,
Beardall, Mrs. W. C. Essington, and of Sanford, will deliver the charge measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation
Mrs. W. M. Glenn. Delicious refreshments All invited to
to the people. are work
you can save money by having us
were served, and the afternoonwas these special services. I '
passed in a delightful way. cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

+ AT THE GRAND TONIGHTAt as you can install it yourself.We .
MEETING OF W. C. T. U.
will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
The only regular meeting of the W. the Grand theatre tonight there :
C. T. U. to be held before the state will be a George Kline production in ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

& convention will be Friday afternoon, six reels. This picture is staged for may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
at 3 o'clock, at the parlors of the f\e and ten cents, the first time inthe
desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amen-
Methodist church. A full attendanceis history; of the Grand that a six i you
very necessary to complete plans reel play has been staged for this I can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

Sons and see that everything is in readi- price. "The Spendthrift" is the title closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
ness. of tonight's play.
+ ;a for five years.

B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL MR. AND MRS. HARNEY RETURNMr.
There will be a B. Y. P. U. social and Mrs. W. R. Harney, of

Hallowe'en evening, Friday, October Jacksonville, who have been spendingthe F. Raehn Co.
Joseph
29, at Baraca Hall. All friends and past week in Orlando, visitingMr.

young people are invited to attend. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue, at their I am
An interesting program has been ar- home on West street, left )'esterdaymorning THE PIPE MAN !
ranged. The festivities will com- in their automobile on their i

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'Ladies''(.____of Bargains;,, Greatest $1.39: $ ___ - values $3.00:$ Men' ) Ladies for Hose Brown 33c values 75c); and 50c dou- ,grade good ,Overalls\ [ :1a0i:rrDJ 11)" 'N'r Jc!'r'! price sale' values $1.50)) $ --uu value"c 75c
\ jSc)! values $2.50$ Buster of. assortment full CAPS\ BOYS' AND MEN'S OVERALLSMen's\ *: .
WaistjoA Shirt 'Ladies( Fine 1001 7Hc)(7 --u values $2.00 o ,,$. them. get to happy be tion. ___________________ duction.50c and 50c chambray Amoskeatr t.l9$---.-- $' (UJl 5MELVS| 3.ml(< SS$
WAISTS 'LADIES' will Mothers\ price. any at sold be 79c. values re-( jpttuott t= !! utt%\+Khcit.' ; branded good SHIRTS ath-Lt t Jftitttemttr.- J aaaJ Tjia lUadk.:1
HATS\ BOYS' )AND N'S' All\ t Must\ grade. fine hosevery, drens( reduce great at All each. $10.00$ $1.50$ ,Pants Boys' Serge Blue other( iiifl; I'atriciun; Shoes.( __________ SHOES UOSTON1AN I
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----- to up_prices______in___them___ have We( value $1.00$
------ styles IDCItM& -Gdr.ladlt( h tFIifjh Women's'
lc quality chil- pairs doz. 200 have We 39c values 75c colors and
,Underwear' Athletic \ fine _______________ $1.69We$_____________ value $2.50$ all ,Pants Boys' Pairs 200 i-n.ml; __ ____ $2.501, $ -Oxford and Blue Sweaters Men's' \
Men's' \ see. and Come ues.( lie, values, 25c $1.29$_____________ value $ SPECIAL' idimrifflns: t*'
19c)! each'( quality( I r 35c.; suits der Hose PANTS\ BOYS' !and: )'OI dl i'JJ J| toe patent: and toe Itha$2:93 8- :!:$ i
tan and white black MEN)
val- their appreciate to see'(;( must 69cS2.00 value $1.00$ GIRLS( )AND! BOYS grail:
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you 17c tan black white values COATS LADIES FOR .
that s stockings and hose S2.98$ values Sackst$6000$ at: Shoes)( Cat: Lorar" *"Mm")!!'
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other of hundreds h have I ,___-___-__ plain and Norfolk in Breasted -lie_____________suspenders__ 2oc SPECIALAH\ : ;:
____------ pair.12cWe(2 ( } ,value 25c ,Brand ( Tk} , Price,() )I value., $1.00, $ ._______ Double and Single 'Boys' _,______ 19c>!l values 50c
yc)!{; grade roc; \ and, 75c, cream blue yellow red .98cLADIES'price Sale 1000. SUITS BOYS' .}1U'Jt' quality .3.00:$ _SUSPENDERS____}__________ MEN'S' .
Blueshirts Shirts Work Men's\'' ( -Wonder___hose_(____ribbed sizes Small pink green in hose silk Fine to $3.50$ from Values shade.every ____________________ ;KICK (flop! Oottlii( Gruy\ ( and ent 12c values 25c >19*- Sff-etfiaJl: -. -' L3$ ,,{
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SHIRTS' WORK i7c ----------- values HOSE LADIES'> DOZ. 200 'and', style imaginable lf..OO$ Pai- !lutitainifl! )ttip! ( Cloth White BOW BATWING MEN'S\: JtetotUIarpri'e: wtffcreA' ( o( ear' vaDiBe. \
Skirts Dress Ladies 600 $13.30to.): : $ Special $40.00.$ as high TIES _________ <: !oW<* 'catLf' '(
33c}; and 25c); stockings' school !and ffMnntt '' Shcies.' Dress Fancy _______ -rerttat.;: Int :3L1 6ea .
__________--__ ,. SKIRTS LADIES' ,as worth suits colors assorted 'Topi" Mtrfh up4cHflutttu.. .and $1.98: $ "tu.ility: __"_l lUix,_()o,_3t't)'*_:K_! _*'To' nUiiB't *Men". ,
7C{; 7.c.tluC'i:' \ ribbed mothers for Special' of line full ___ $3.50value$ Blucher Proof Water\ )If'I)1 O'}a$ Shc'e'
Suits Tailored .. ''i"JJlIw.e''
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reduced at Ladies ---'i1l..n 1r .at out them <
and 50c Friend' ,Mother's'.' ) \ brand b 7i/2c/----7 pair Hose ); pick. )$11.1)3A;) $ ial 1.Il9New. SPECIAL' MEN'S A. & U. eJ.D.f'! !eI !1ilJ Jt\d.\
known well'_\\__ Shirts_ 'Boys')j'i price , for Suits Union ,grades All best the get and Come sacrifice. Spec- values., )$23; $ ,$20$ Worsted., :lg n ellm..n< L
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s'Jc!', __"__ ------- shirts! s $1.50$ He 1 Price ues fine__Winter for weight, Heavy 12,000 Pants Tailored Fine -Mixtures\: Fancy: Serge Blue of ment .AJh 'flhott.: 3ww: n und )top high ,very at,valuees high tan' J sad< fclbtlk>ft *Sbfl1'Q h TVork: ,
69c)!f ---------- shirts val$1.00$ 35c and 25c of lot Special llc grade 20c Vests Gauze of assortment large very, A assort- Finest Suits. [ ;sllnes time' 'citf< t lit/<'J' Assorted' $1.00$ shoes grade h SHOES ) ..
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Windermere. Fla., Oct. 2G.-Mr. AV. SIDELIGHTSBy the New Orleans States thinks it is I

M. Moseley spent Monday in Kissim- W. S. Branch.A "in the soup." It is also in comprehensible .
mee on business.Mr. and in conspicuous.I II "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;

W. G. Geier was initiated into I!I -
bronze tablet has been placed in
the Elks lodge in Orlando last Thursday Massachusetts state house to commemorate j The paragraphers are haYing fun : -,._
night. the of John Hancock ;over the troubles in the Panama canal I Ii ;
memory : Unless Budded
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v, Mr.V.. E. Marsh left last Mondayon the statesman who first affixedhis !i' but we believe the time is coming rY r .; ,
a business trip of several weeksto signature to the Declaration of when even the Times-Union will be 7

the North. Independence. But in reality the best !glad that Theodore Roosevelt used al) :i from Bearingtrees

Mrs. S. A. Miller and family, of monument to Hancock will be the distinct -:i his influence to start work on the big

Elkhart, Ind., have arrived in Win- style of legible penmanship with !I ditch.

dermere. She will be joined soon byMr which he adorned the immortal document I

Miller and they will occupy the Long before the days of Platt I KLUCK CELEBRATES 50 YEARSIN of a known

Miller cottage on Lake Bessie for the R. Spencer there should have been es- I ARMY

winter. tablished a Hancockian style of pen-

Ir.Y.. II. Pansing is moving into manship. I Berlin.-Gen. Alexander II. R. von Quantity and I
his new home on Oakdale avenue this -
I Kluck, commander of the German q xe xy
week, while Mr.V.. G. Geier is also The purchasing power of Carranza i
i first army in the drive through Belgium -
his residence the currency is steadily advancing in
moving into new on j I
: and France during the early of Pro-
k Quality
peninsula. j I Mexico since Uncle Sam recognized *, :
: months of the war, and who was
j i the de facto government of the :\Iexi
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Bumby, Mr. ] wounded by shrapnel fire on the from
i icon leader. A few weeks
since
j it
required -
and Mrs. Joe Bumby, and Mr. and | ; in France last spring, received a correspondent -I

Mrs. Johnson, of Orlando, spent Sunday j|I about fifty Carranza dollars to : of the Overseas News , ., duction.O.W.Conner. .

at the camp of the :Messrs.: Bum- j!'I purchase a square meal in Mexico. Agency on the recent celebration of J -T > *
% Jpr r 33L ?
!j i Conditions have so changed that a I j( L j T N <
Lake Butler.
by on the fiftieth anniversary of the Gen-| ScMl
[i fair luncheon can now be secured for : : > v
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and family -| ral's entrance into the German army I .
five Carranza dollars. But twenty- .
Mr. and Mrs. C. I;. Carter, of Or- service. I -
) five cents of "In God We Trust"American
lando, and Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin I "As the correspondent was payinghis Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
will the
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin, of Kis- I money purchase respects," says the news agency, grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
same menu.
simmee with their families, were i "hearty congratulations were comingin
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guests at Rossmore Inn last Sunday.Mr. I by messengers from all over the
A Boston paper mentions the fact
I empire. A special remembrance from
A. P. Swaidmark, with a partyof of U. S. mail transported by aero- .Emperor William to the General was Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

Garden friends last, motored Sunday over and from inspected Winter plane in Missouri as being something !''a portrait of the emperor. NURSERIES began to educate the public as:; to what i'pally constituted a real, first-class
in the
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entirely new world with the exception -
restored
Rossmore Inn. of that have been "The General's health is ( nursery: tree of citrus fruits. The public wh+>-diown in our test groves what could be ac-
messages and he is ready for a return to duty, '
A launch party composed of Mr. sent by carrier pigeons. That Boston although one wound on his shoulders i i complished by planting trees as they are grwn in our nurseries began to call for, :yes DEMAND -
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and :Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ highbrow should inform himself and 1! is still open. Looking the picture of trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

II. (. Luff, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kline, know that two years ago there wasa i,vigor and not a day over fifty, the : five years, are clamoring "PEDIGIIKKD"; for their strong suit in nursery produc

Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. :Marsh, :Miss Pan, regular aeroplane mail schedule in i General; told the correspondent| the' tion. \\ hat would YOU do in their place, :Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell ;your
sing. 1\1\ r. E. E. Palmer, and :\1 r. M. R. Florida between sunshiny St. Peters-
and tireless ,story of his campaign through Hel-I trees: and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER; not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
Vaugh, went down the lakes Sundayand burg Tampa. I gium and Flanders and how he
picnicked on lower Lake Butler. - to receive his wound. I interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
i time and money to bring it into bearing.
The National The General's oldest son was killed
This week our winter colony has Association for the i
been increased by the arrival of Mr. Study of Pellagra recently held a a week later at Lombaertzyde, and his I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

and Mrs II. II. Williams, Sr., of Wau. meeting in Columbia, South Carolina.A second son, a civil engineer and re- you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

scon, Ohio, their many friends wel- great many papers were read by : serve lieutenant in the wireless tele1 of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

coming their return last Saturday. learned physicians from all sectionsof 1 graph service, was severely injured I Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
the South and the most important in an automobile accident."
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; I Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
MILLIONS FOR EDUCATION OF ., information brought out by the pa-
SOLDIERS CHILDREN pers and discussions was that up to MISS OWEN CHAMPION TYPIST work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

. ---- I I the present time the medics do not WITH RECORD OF 136 Kay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

1\Iunich.-The city of Nuremberghas know the cause of the disease and I WORDS A ..JJlXUTEI comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

received a rich legacy which is to know very little about its treatment.

be used in the interest of the childrenof This ought to be very inspiring bothto I New York, N. Y.IissIargaret

soldiers killed in the present war. the victims and the public. !B. Owen, of New York, has again won

Wilhelm Golterer, a wealthy retired -0- !the world's championship as a typewriter :

manufacturer who died here recently, \ Having disposed of the question of operator, and a $1,000 trophy. f Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

left $6,000,000 to his native town. In : woman suffrage, the Jerseyites may ; In a contest here yesterday Miss I

his will he stipulates that the inter- now give their undivided attention to Owen maintained for an hour an av- !

est shall be used for Nuremberg chil- the mosquitoes.-Times-Union. 'erage, of 136 words a minute. Her W. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

dren whose fathers have given their 'I You do not know much about women previous record was 132 words a min- ,

lives for the Fatherland. The most if you think thus. New Jersey ute.
I G. G. WRIGHT Orlando FloridaMIIIIIIMMMMMMMIMIBIIIIIIIIMIIIIIX
talented of the children shall be en- may go right to work to get ready for William F. Oswald, of New York Agent, ,

abled to attend colleges and universities another campaign on the same ques- won the amateur half hour contest

or to study art." tion just as soon as the statute will with an average of 137 words a min ,

--- I allow it. This battle has only caused ute. Miss Hortense Stollmit won in +MIIMI It . IIIIMMIMMMMIHAn
Advertise in the Morning Sentinel the 'gettes to get warmed up ready the novice class by writng 114 words

i 10 cents a week delivered. !for the fray. for 14 minutes. 'I

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A I New York, N Y--One reason why
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Gene\a The "Gazette de France"of iI I the air craft of the nations of the en-

Paris, the oldest French newspaper tente are not now making so many
has ceased to exist. A week ago POINTERBy attacks upon German cities as here- A visit to our sore will make you a

the last issue of the venerable sheet tofore is that the Germans have invented regular customer.

appeared, as the Parisians in these JOHN Y LARNED" a new anti-aircraft gun withan
troublsome times no longer had any accurate range of more than 10,-

use for it. 000 feet, according to Lieutenant PaulS. ..
The "Gazette" was founded in 1631 lu the goal old days when there was 11. Arbon, of the British army aviation Sugar 17 lbs. for . .$1.00: Florida! Round! Steak . ISc20c

and for more than two centuries nu cast I1'.>u railway rule to prevent corps. Lieutenant .Arbon who Creamery liutter, Ib. . ,.T c Florida Sirloin .0. . . . .

greatly influenced public opinion, butt a pashenjn. from riding on a locoino- arrived here yesterday' on the Baltic I Fresh Eggs, dozen . . . .:.Tic; Florida Porter House . .... 20c
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lost its by its ultraconservative live about to btart ou a run between from Liverpool, was sent over to inspect lam, whole . . 19c. and 2flc!() Western Itqund 0. . . 20c!

power It could or would not two stations 1 went forward Dull ol machines being constructed in lams, sliced . . . 0 . . 22c!: Pork Sausage . . o. . , .17c
policy. .
understand the aims of modern times taiued Itave of the man at the Uirot the United States and Canada. I toiled Ham, sliced , . . .:'I5c; Smoked Sausage . . . 20c!

fifteen tie to do the 1I1ftahc\-nLout twelve sliced Bacon . . . . . . .:2;)c Frankfurter 0' 0' . . 17c12'2c
ColollialHILLS and during the ten or years
became steadily miles-v\lth him lie was mar fifty I Sliced Box Bacon . . . . .:l\2c: I Chuck Itoast . . . . !
its circle of readers old but hale und hearty. WOMAN WOUNDS PRINCE
smaller. Since the present war be. years Just before starting: a woman about Cod Fish, 2 for . . . . . .23cRib: : Stew . 0" . . , lOc

gan it lost the few subscribers it still thirty pars old tame to the en;""iiu1 Rome.-Prince Leopold of Coburg,
it did not join the rest and stood talking to the engineer: tar
lad because
a nephew of King Ferdinand, of Bulgaria .
ne'tlj for u few minutes then turned
of the press in the cry for the destruction -
burned with
acid and
was
away As she did so I could bee bj I "LUCERNE PHARMACY"Successor
of Germany and even doubted -
the look she :gave him that she had a wounded with a revolver by a woman
that the triple entente would be great jilT i'tion for him, but whether it friend, the daughter of a Viennese

victorious. was that of wife or sister I Could not police captain, according to a dispatch to DeLaney Drug Co.

h.ILl..ldill? to curiosity. I asked the'luesUolI from Vienna. It is stated that the

RAIN CYCLE ENDED woman committed suicide by shoot- Telephone No. 2
"bhc not toy wife." bo said he'8
The condition of the is
ing. prince
bad two bila'uuds! and I shouldii
Paris, France.-The world's rain and he is to lose
most likely
II .
grave
think --t.! d u:nit another. tier first
cycle beginning in 1902, which the
I huabiud\ : >> a bid one arid the sect j jitd his sight, it is said.
I French meteorological authority the "
<> dutii l ute Ion,.
Abbe :Moreaux: director of the Bour- mi*"r "...i!:... to lie a story iu her + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Send your Prescriptions here to be filled.

ges, observatory: predicted as the re- ('!\sp:' I I''m.r.tl: "I'd like to'lwnr ItHe -" + MOMENTUM! 8'It's
sult of his study of the sun's face, is uudr) II" r,i,l\ until we were well\ + + Call us up for your wants. Prompt delivery.

now, the abbe says, ended. lie of recasts out iu tin "|','u lotiutij', ilu-ii lie said: + easier to drop or fire a +
"t a series, though not perhaps + cannon ball than it is to stop it. +
story this ujoinUi-! I've kept it Ions;;
quite unbroken, of twenty-six hard + And so'it is easier to push on +
Is building but now it MH'into want to come out.
winters beginning the present 'ear. The young: wuuiiii you refer to was + with a well framed business deal + J. D. WOODBECK
According to the abbe, it is impossible little ui"re thin a kid when I was + than it is for some one to halt + ManagerYou'll

1200 feet of Side- to say where in Europe the winter (t>innu on to middle ipv She was in + you. +

cold will be excessive, but the love with a j'minister uamod I'trkln. 1'+ The aggressor has the advantage +
probabilities are France will have to a little older than .she was but her +
walks 2000 feet of + of forethought, suggestion
during father wouldut let her marry him
face rigorous seasons
many I + and +
Perkins" v\tnt off somewhere. and impetus. -
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Streets has 8 this period. He bases his prophecy I !Sallie-th.t's:, her name married a manUlIlll'l1 + Start a campaign for a better + .
Clay regarding coming winter temperatures lhori. who had ''r!"t come + position, a real estate or business i- + '

upon the supposition that the Into !some money NilhT* father + investment, added capital + Telephone

houses under contract temperature curve all over the world thought: ln knew whit: was best! fur + for your enterprise to market + .t-.trt Get It,

I can be calculated on the same principles hH daughter; nnd iniulf the, tn itch. Sallie 1 + your merchandise, etc., through: + / ?*!

be finished as the world's rain curve tint IxMnit wlllltitf, fur she! .loved + advertisement In next Sunday's + t ,' QuickJust I No 28
to an ,
IW1U'fln ft'rkln+l, '1 IRM'.fo uu through the tiiotiy 1 + ; !fZ'
,' (hl",1! hl.J.hd. -tbl'1 mild, he gum + ( Sentinel. :;;J
1HIJEKK
:1t IOU
within 90 days. bled it nwny--utiil It \uiMit! long nftirwitid ;+ 'rhl'tIllu k up your Sunday + -
I tun IIIIIC out lonvlhrf/ liU + Sentinel ltd, with wisdom and + for
Wu..hll1ltton) Ort 2U.=Wt'ltth"r l're. wits tl' gut oil th- I"lC'n! )' clue cuuld.'The + ghost and) your object) should' bewily + call when you nwd l anything -
diction for the week beginning to .lutiiil' imtliltiU from him fur mwii + 1\1111\111111\\11' + for tho otllco, from "pins. to

morrow j IIr tht4P ),,ire. ; Iln'a. Pau day .die sow . . . . . . . printing," nmlsu'll lm\uittluro? RUSHOrders
Mh"'l" Atlantic Stated hair foruM I + hotly*' nf 'the druitltuf n HIM ii uf tint In a jllfy. Wu arc featuring

t our or ...... ilmd.," I".,"it liu.., 1.HumliiV."...... fir.., mimu IUIIIIP in-" u hii, .nlinl lu n dUtiuilUljr "
; ; Forms and Binder
-II-\\II\ I.e' "ur' n--fur 'tier tKU vjflj.pifjo;
Miiiuliiy unsettled l with ruin probable
Colonial Hills inn! lim=*tljiito (ho iHiiUtr, and *.hu'Ihl't
$" onHH'hut fouler Wednesday and! tune llif IIIUIW)' an)'way, so site Misdirected tlmQ- t\vng! tricks for every business

'T'hursday, and warmer again later winiit fur u iliwirlptiuii, uf else man, oilico -
is the highest ele- South Atlantic and East: Gulf and the mitt given her talllut with her

States; Local showers Wednesday, hll"'IIIIII' t'T7letiy. EconomyTrying W. S. BRANCH
generally fair weather for remainderof "AiK'tlitr. year parsed and I'erklns ,
vation of any pointin week, with seasonable tempera came back fiiu tine diy und learning TIIE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
that Pillie\ w.is a widow went to see to save a few cents by

Orlando has tures. lur I't rkln war n nice chap and had having your work handled by inferior
West Gulf States: Generally fair made some uaney.5 Sallie would bare hands.

with seasonable temperatures. married him right away but she felt Your personal influence is

water, lights and kind of uneasy about Thorpe, not being greatly enhanced when you are
CONVOCATION OF SCOTTISH certain that be was dead. She
clad in immaculate linen.
RITE BODIES BEGINS waited a year Perkins begging ber to
I him all the while then she ORLANDO ROOFING
gas. Tampa, Fla., Oct. 2(5( .-Today marks marry ; .
the beginning of the fourth semi-an. Rive in."These,
was another man who had OrlandoSteam ANL::
of the Scottish Rite
nual convocation
wanted Snub from the.time she was
bodies in the Valley of Tampa, in seventeen years old but be was then SHEET METAL CO.

their beautiful hall on the third floor double her age and bad no' show LaundryFRENCH

of the Peninsular Telephone building, against"' the j'uun ters."

Colonial Hillsis corner of Zack and :Morgan streets, "That" man." I interrupted 1s your LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

which will continue until Friday, closing 1IlI f ,
I lie turned toward mo with a sort PHONE 88Dressmaking
with the magnificently symbolic
prised look nnd nuked how I knew and Rubber RoofingsCornices
only ten blocks thirty-second degree. that 1 made no reply, and be con Un, ___n=___ __ _

tied: Skylights Heating, Ventilating, ftf'fal. Ceilings
from the center of MILL RESUME WORK TODXY "Nnllle' wn spry hippy with her sect Parlor ?

Work the KlnBlmmee! highway and hunbnnd", for About two years; then
on eotnetbliitf, luipt*'tied. 1 bnd always Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Orlando. will be commenced again today. Several
twist miir IHT. and she knew thnt
) cuts ore being made In the highway wtll'nl''t,nln milcd.. any one to k nn Miss,. Margaret It. Hamilton
Work ---
I .shorten route.
Ih order to tit she could tNitu" (a 'lIlI One filjrlitnUHit ,
hat been started on the third bridge! I II od.nk th
) from Orlando on the OrUmdo-KUfllm. my door I 'put IIn venue clotlnii, went
mee highway and will noon l>e compitted. down, nml "(N>ni..t It. There stood Sal Ate.

The other two bridge north IU>. whlto iu N sheet and trembling nil
Prices have not been touched. The pulley in over I iK'jk'fd 'her In tell me what I
range wits tb<> m utt'r. lilt Instead of dolni
the Orlando-Maltland highway will be The public and all former
BO sire (lnthe. my wrist and Jed me

from $250 to $700 bridged shortly. to the back yard of her home. There patrons incited to call.
wu n man hint there, but I couldn'tsee
who h> WR, I struck a match
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lot. TWO ron ONE:HOUSE S,VLE
Qer and HHW-Th( ri> lie was dead.

The two houses I have for sale at "It was tkar thAt Snllle bad been Auto Livery
the price of one are located on lot 'i8> living with IVrkiun while she was another r.t
foot front facing east, with a depthof man's wife I bad to make up Phone 632
I
15 feet, number 40G Magnolia my mind miglitv; quick what to do.
avenue between Livingston and Amelia 'Urine me n tablecloth or a shawlor J. E. CARTER Orlando Fla.
The section of splendid homes, something'> I said to Sallie. .
with grand old oaks arching the '
To see Colonial streets. I -She went into the house and came Two Cars in Service for Day or
The modern 2 story house has on back wltb a big shawl I wrapped It 'I
first floor parlor living room, dining I around the UKV. then took it up in my Night Calls

phone or write room, kitchen pantry, toilet and lav. ',' arms
atory, large living porch on the front 'Don't say a word to any one* 1
. and side, latticed rear porch. sail, 'till I see you a afn.'
On the second floor are 3 large "I carried the body to my own yard A. B. Cook & Co

sleeping" rooms, each having enam- and put It in n. outhouse while I dug
eled lavatories piped for hot and cold
a grave, then 1 buried it six feet un Christ Building, Orlando.
water. There is alan extra large
'icreered-in sleeping porch with room tltrpnxind acid put back the sod.over I "
enough for the whole familv The It:'
bath room is large light, and airy. ".\nd risked King banged for marder' Building Materials and Income
nice enameled fixtures, all modern and ?*' I interrupted."The I '

samtarv. nest morning! I watched for Investments Hammond & Gore.
The house is newly painted and papered I I'trkln-i t<> |,iive his house theo wentto
throughout shades are hung it S lie! "11.1 told. her what I bad done. I LOANS
is wired for electric lights fixturesinstalI'd 1 mad!, tar I"'lleve that alt would bea.41 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
shoo connected with jra In ._ __ __ __
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I .. n"
if KI< uld keep the secret I .
will find convenience
fact,
you every --
for home comfort. If nifiitioinil 1 the rNk I'd taken. Wove -1--
D
C Carl Dann necessary you ; Standard Supply Co
do not care to ue the entire house neither "r u+ mrntloned the matterto I Real Values Low Prices
the location so near the "\\joming! ," I tin- other <>r to any one else, and i '
insures rental of spire rooms at no harm hit ever come of It. It's not -
extra good prices\ Always in demand COMPARE
tarn hint "n me but It was terribleon j
; or if you care to rent the entire Silllc while IVrkina lived" BRICK LUMHEK 1
house and during the STONE SASH
occupy "\\ IHII w\111\ you marry Saltier I OUR FURNITUREWe
tourist pennon the 3 room cottage! on nsl-ar1. LIME: DOORS
the premises in the rear, you would
,derive rental by which the property; "1 nmrrv Mlllehit\ : makes you CEMENT HU JS
could le made to pay itself out. think ihnfv"ItetHiiie PLASTER PAINTS provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted
There is a garage, barn, and chicken Sallie\! will t lie the happier I I HAIR OILS by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit If

house etc. Fruits of various when she lm" nurrliil TUU," I LATH HARDWARE an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We 1
kind!, everything right up to now and "[,,> run. n'allr think she'd mArry
I SHINGLES ROOriNi can't make this point too c:1eal'-it is one of the foundation
just a little above the ordinary inmany me?"
ways stones of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
.
"I've no diibt of It"MW
It does not require much ready :
money; a small cash payment from 'but iu:iken you think *oT* Eiimatcs furnished", on complete

responsible parties will secure. the The, l 10..1. sir" gave you on tl rtlmc." house' billy'
property.The We were rtilllnir up at the station McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
price is Jrt.100.: A bargain at When I alighted the engineer grasped. Everything to build n house.
that figure. hind and said
V; ('. -.'.OPMJREAL my"I am much obliged for the otnterfoU' Prompt Delivery Corner Orange Ate. and Church Street, Orlando, Floridar'

Room 10. MfNrill ESTATE& Dads: flWViO2Jtf. ,.. given me." A. B. Cook & Co. I



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urber. 1g1es CARDS I


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ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW Worthington! Blackman 1

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t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

ORLANDC Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Phone 161
worth Building.

Cement Agatile Plaster and Lime

DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

-I FARMLANDSDROVESMUSESLOTS. Victor Starbuck


EY.At.LAW Phone 72

Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-

Davis & McNeill
Block
SENTINEL No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland FlaRe I


F. A. PEPPERCORN

WANTSThe
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone


A Bath In A Tea Kettle - - --- - RAY WHITE 'I 37

Morning Sentinel Want
Directory I. the Greatest Want ATTORNEY LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
la ft long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 4t
Terms Cash In Advance. & SALLAS
and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it'a a mighty poor way to get hot water. I Walking mock Orlando, Fin.DR. .
208 Boone
RATES Street
And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the For One Day ______________25t
For Three Day ____________50c Phone 597.
economy of a Gas Water Heater. For Sic Day _______________75e
For One Month ______-_____$2.50
This rate applies on all ada of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater 25 words more or than ten 25 If words the the ad contains rate- N. L. BRYAN

will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
Means Comfort Economy Convenience each: additional word, for each in. DENTIST)
I.. nertUn. ARCHITECTMcNclllDavIa
i. If you can't bring< your ad to Phone 710 I I
the ollke telephone No. 24. Accounts \ ? UulldlnK, Orlando,
It's", the bout and enslcut' wny to get hot wnter-especially/' after your furnace lire I Is tlf''h",111)t telephone wilt' tpayttMe >" Itooms. 2 and 3-
the following day.Kvrry YowdUDuckworthSURVEYINU lfdg Florida.
out -
: Home Kvery: Hu_inrMKvrr Member\ !,', A, A.
Tic a string on your linger\ ait reminder to drop In at our oillco today and! let us : Man has UM for II
Htnllnel Want Ad.

talk It over with you.ORLANDO, I Dr. F. F. Thompson


run SALE Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly


WATER & LIGHT CO FOR N.UNtw 3J-2rt: : nehester PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York
Title, cheap, Thoniau K. 1. Uo12.:.
l0:1: 3t* WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

GAS DEPARTMENT FOR S.LtA good mule between 8 HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
old. For ,
and 1> years particulars
address J. P. U., R. F. 1). No. I, Box281i Engineer
: ; or inquire at Sentinel.

10-27-Ct 47 Watkins Bids, Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE-:My home on Anderson e.
street; horse wagon, harness, and
.I two seated pony cart. E. II. Gore, Phone 72 0
Our Grocery Co., 6 and 8 East Pine.
10-27-3tc

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAHSDEU

i condition. Write Box 567. OPTOMETRIST
9-23-tfc and Counsellor at Law .
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, 7E FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSM
furnished and unfurnished. Also Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111' I some splendid lots. Call and see what '
ORLANDO FLA.
I have to offer before you buy or OP'J1CA1 SEFATJOIf
: rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pin
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.
: 10-8-dw-lmo BUYERS AND SELLERSI Umbrellas covered and repaired
buy, sell, rent and exchange real "while you wait." ai Young's Repair
: FOR SALE-English Pea Trees. The estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
E. Pine St.
peas they bear are very much like over 30 years. Have handled over Shop, 21
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE : garden peas and they prow very rapidly $20,000,000. Call and see me.
roadster de
FOR SALE-Buick ;
I and are very prolific. Trees 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ;
rims extra rim and tire
I from 5 to 8 feet high 40 cents each or mountable ; ;
: \3 for $1. Apply to T. II. Fuller 307 TRACY & SOIERVILLE-Carpen- completely-equipped; a bargain. Ford
East Pine street. ters and cabinet makers. Screen Garage, 32 East Church street.
FLORIDA : 10-23-6t.1 doors and windows, frames, sleeping 10-20-tfc
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent; I. porches, counters, shelving, show
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping cases, refrigerators, alterations and TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS -
porches, heating plant; is modern additions. We keep a number of :
throughout. Smaller 7 room house, skilled workmen constantly on hand.
all modern.lrs.. Wherry, 106 East 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo We are prepared to furnish esti-
I Central avenue. 9-30-lmo* mates on completed house bills, from
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and foundation .to roof, from pillar to
varietiesof and
All the leading Orange Grape-
repaired at Orlando Bicycle and comb. Representing one of the larg-
FOR SALE-A 1IONEYIAKER est lumber and supply houses in Flor-
Court St. 10-8-1moc
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest Furnished 14 rOm house, on rick Repair Shop. ida, our prices will interest you. We
I street arranged for light housekeep YOU CAN DOUBLE your money furnish complete house bills and guarantee -
ing. Splendid location; large lot. Orlando prompt delivery.A. .
prices :: :: :: :: I Terms. Owner, 10 W. Concord Ave. lots quickly; high on and a few desirable; price building low; B. COOK & CO.,

9193mo'I small payments if desired. Box 5, 10-26-4t Christ Building.
Formosa, Florida. 10-22-6t

I Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Delivered every day-Elder Spring 18-18-tf 1
one quarter mile from city limits; Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &
=- -= I very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Company, Rock Building. Phone 105.
PHYSICIAN ..ANDSURGEON"
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl! Dann. 10-16-tfc. OSTEOPATIIIC


Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest o phone Drink Geo.Elder T. Hull Spring& Company Water. See, Rock or Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand

building. Phone 10;). 10-16-tfc surgeon, announces that he has
prices to the above address WANTED returned from Harvard University,
When in need of a veterinary call where he took post graduate work in
on Dr. A. F. Richmond, Formosa Fla. eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
WANTED-Two good electrical me- Also physical diagnosis (nerves
chanics; none but competent need CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis-
apply. Address II. L. II.. care Sen- limited number of persons. Pleas- cera), and electrotherapy and contagious -
1111111111111111111111111111111 J 11111111111111111 F++e 11111111111111111111111111-. tinel.! 10-27-3t' ant rooms in new home. All modern diseases. Office, Cheney building -
I .conveniences. Also furnished rooms opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- i I for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude phone: Office 617; residence 1018.A .

FOR RENT ___ erty for sale or rent. I am having I, Seymour, nurse, 14 High street east
manp applications for houses fur- of Lake Eola. 10-8-1moc GOOD INVESTMENTIs
FOR RENT-A good ten fur-
room nished and unfurnished. I will be
nised house, with modern conveniences glad to list what you have. Mrs. BUILDING MATERIALS AND
and well ventilated; just the H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. ESTIMATESWe one that will yield a guaranteed
thing for a boarding house; located in Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo furnish esti- income for ten years. We handle income -
a prosperous growing town. Apply are prepared to investments yielding 8 per cent
to W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Fla. WANTED-By gentleman a com- mates on lumber and building mate- net regularly. Real Estate Bonds
9-SO-tfc.; II fortable room permanently. an- rial of all kinds. Give our service a Mortgages and Income Investments.
FOR RENT : FOR swer state price. J., care Sentinel. trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. Your money should yield 8 per cent
RENT-Furnished rooms, with I 10-26-3t 10-19-20t. I in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan-
all modern conveniences, for housekeeping -- do. 10-15-lmc
near Eola park. 307 East "TED-Good machinist to workat BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
Pine street. 10-23-6t; The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man
Winter Park. Must be able to Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS.
automobiles and not of will bring in a car of fine palms the
repair a user
D. Lee twice day from Spring
1 FOR RENT Two a
furnished
rooms alcoholics. at 408 S. West St., coming week. Any one wishing his
Apply Lake Phone orders to J. B.
Store from
Corner for Dairy.
Fine light
housekeeping, with all Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc I services and experience will please number 583R.1930lmoc .
modern conveniences. Call 312 East drop him a card at once, and he will Magruder,
1 South street. 10-26-6t call to and make hard
WANTED Clean at Sentinel see you you
J
1st. rags
November FOR RENT-House on Lake Ivanhoe, office. 1013tfMISCELLANEOUS time prices. For reference see the
shave
Get next at the Standard
i one mile from city limits; and a palms at 411 North Orange avenue, your -
furnished room. Apply 411 West10266tc set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney, 18-21-tf
i
street. Orlando. 1-10-10-tfc

FOR RENT Are you looking for a Fish and oysters received daily.H. BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING-We
little home, completely furnished, M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc are headquarters for all kinds of CUNT BASSPHONE
C. A. HOVEY easy to care for, reasonable price, bulbs and seeds. Call in and see
with or without garage, choice resi- ,i I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co., ITS
dential ]location See suite, Magnolia citrus trees. All trees I set guar- 1 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166.
and Concord. 10266t'I I anteed. Write for prices. Box 222 10-10.tfc I I West Jefferson Street

I Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc
FOR RENT A GOOD INVESTMENTWhy Successor to
-By the season, month. '
''I. or year, one upstairs flat for light \ARE IN POSITION to sell, ex- permit your money to remain
I.housekeeping; also other rooms, and change or rent your city and county idle or draw a small rate of interest Hand Wood CompanyWood
garage, electric lights and bath in property. Call and see us. Geo. T. when you can have an investment;:;
I house. Apply 300 East Concord ave. Hull Co., Rock Building, Room 3. :yielding eight per cent. net for ten
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I guaranteed income investments, mortgages
\I MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary I II FOR EXCHANGE-$50 hammerless or improved city property. If I PROMPT SERVICE
room First Methodist church; tele- Parker double barrelled shotgunfor you desire a regular income we can REASONABLE PRICE
' Try a Sentinel Want Ad I I phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson well trained bird dog. Address furnish it. A. B. Cook & Co. Orlando.j
::1 street. 10-20-tfc "Gun," care SentineL 10-20-tf 10-20-lOtc T i -



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C. E. Ernest, one of Bartow's
leading merchants, was among the
visitors to Orlando )'esterda).
,

Travel in Panamaand State Chemist R. E. Rose, of Talla-
hassee, spent yesterday in Orlando, a
everywhere on American lerritov/, is simp'.nUd by "A.B.A." guest at the San Juan hotel. h
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they ateaccepted
like currency by stranger, where a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper Identification. These cheques Mr. Charles Chapman left yesterday -
art tttf'tJfnliffing. We recommend them to all who travel, for afternoon for Jacksonville wherehe
business of pleasuts. has accepted a position.
The State Bank of Orlando Prepare for
HALLOWE'EN: MASCJUE: and $pookParty
ttt the Mink, Saturday nlpht.
I October 30. luJ7.Hi1Mm.

: H. A. J Keltlniion- Ml taut evnliitf -
for Lakeland where ehe will visit "TU( AUTUMN OFLIFE"By (

rC her daughter, M rII. W. 1'. 1'111"111.

lion W, n{ O'Neal returned to Orlando -
kterijay afternoon from J Indianapolis *
J where he had! been on H

business mission saving a [definite

Mr. J. M. Williamson returned )'es. amount each week. We
terday afternoon from White Springs

where he spent several weeks, very have several plans. Letus
much benefited in health.
;'-f' !;= explain them.

j', Hide Ilamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
18-18-tf
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15f: '" Mrs. W. R. King has gone to Ken- -'-
"
:
tucky in response to a message an-
nouncing the serious illness of her

mother. The Peoples National Bank"It

Mrs. C. F. McQuaig and sister, Mrs.L. .
C. Hodges, have returned from a Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
two weeks visit to relatives and

friends in Liberty county, Ga.

Miss Ruth King, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. King, has gone to Atlanta
Ga., where she will spend the
winter with her brother and sister.


RIDE in Ilamrick's Jitney Bus one
AYNES hour. 12 miles for SOc. 8-28-tfc
.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Moore, son and
ll OLBROOK, J. P., Dealer daughter, and Mrs. F. C. Allen, motored tIMillillllliliMM . . .iMMMMi. . . . . . II Jill 11111 11111 ililli
to Orlando yesterday from
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ping and greeting friends.Mr. .


W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak, a
Gasoline Problem SolvedFueline
prominent capitalist and prominently
identified with the lumber industry of
Florida, was in Orlando yesterday on
a business mission.

f
How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown of Manchester
,
Guaranteed at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated
11 III N. II., have arrived in Or-
lando to spend the winter and are combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of '
pleasantly located at 608 Lafayette carbon.


< street. Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -
Mr. J. A. Cranford, president of the
Naval Stores Operators company, a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve

with headquarters in Jacksonville,
chambers, preventing carbon oxide.
spent yesterday in Orlando a guest at
the San Juan. 5c. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c. .


Deposit your Savings Checks and
Stop Thief! let you.them earn 4 per cent. interest 8-12-tt for


Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Oliver have returned San Juan Garage Company j
Make Ford thief I have
your car .proof. to their pretty home, 12 West

the necessary article. Price $3.50 in- Livingston avenue, from Newton, N.
J., where they passed the summer, to
stalled on your car. spend their ninth season in Orlando. Orlando -Daytona

Rev. T. N. Sistrunk, pastor of the
F. G. RUSHPhone Methodist church, Punta Gorda, who
has been attending the Wesleyan Bible III . . . . . . . . . . . Ml MMMtl . . ,. ...

Class Federation, left yesterday
226.WEDDING afternoon for his home in DeSoto II 1111111111111 1111 I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIC' M++.4
county.

How much did you save last monthin Who Will Be Your Executor?
cash or Savings Checks! ? 8-12-tf

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Pratt, who have ANSWER NO. 2
been spending the summer in Sin-
+ _
be materially impaired ass ti, ,
Your estate may 1
clairsville, N. Y., were the
- among direct result of the appointment of an executor : : ; ; -.,-c, ,' sd'> .
winter residents returning to Orlando.
..... . .. .. . . . . . . . . . .II..I.IIII. . . They are again occupying their home or trustee.

! 11 West Livingston avenue. When an individual is appointed

The financial responsibility is generally weaker.x.r +P ,.

Apopka was represented in Orlando It is usually provided in wills that the person
yesterday by the following well
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
known citizens who were here to at-
GIFTSWhat from giving bonds.
tend the Federation meeting at the
When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex
Methodist church: Rev. Geo. A. Reeves
and daughter, Miss Edith, Mr. and pense of the estate, and then only partial security

will the bride say of your gift? Will she look Mrs. John J. Anderson, and Mr. Rob- against loss is provided
ert Hearn. When a Trust Company is selected- ri 4; ;.
at it and say languidly, "That is very pretty": --or will
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
she hug it to her breast and say "Oh! I just love this. Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. is secured.A '* c
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That is exactly the difference between buying the "or- -- bond which has behind it the entire financial f, '
of the Institution is always filed with
In mentioning the arrival yesterday strength
dinary" gifts and the exquisite things one finds here at '
of Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Butler at their the Probate Court pt WIn rant to the estate. r

no greater cost. home, 12 Gore avenue, we failed to Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue s
include Mrs. E. Bacon, sister of Mr. ', ', of this newspaper.
Butler, who accompanied them on
their automobile trip from Spartan-
burg. She will spend the winter at Come in any time and freely ask for further t t
this hospitable home. information on this vitally important subject. tit !' $ 1
I You are always welcome, and our offices are always ,..
T. H. EVANSJEWELER I glad to advise. a
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-tf The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBuekmastcr

Orlando Florida
& Brandase!!
.....

Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo. .
...---.... .. ..... .. MMMMIMM...' 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People
National Bank. Phone 678. M . . . . . . . ; . .. .II.llllal.l.11111111.11111111111111111i



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