Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00547
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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 29, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00547
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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CAMPAIGN LOOKS + * + + + + + + + + + + +. .




+ .,
+ have landed I:>>OOCIO men and 100 +. WILL BE FIRST TO STOP
+ big guns at Saloniki and are preparing + NO PROOfTtl4 T fAY IS NOT GfRM4N OfflCfR
+ to move to the aid of the +
Reconstructing Internal Political 4 Serbians, according to dispatches + Only Allied Country That Can
+ from both Itucharettt and1.. 4
Organization to Meet -- --- -----
Corn --
+ tnna tonight. + Hope ) Benefit Will - - -- -

New War Require +4 ing The in Russian the Black warships,ca have opt-rut-bom 4+* lie Japan Who Is CIIAS. BOONE TAKEN FROM

ments ++ of barded Bulgaria'Varna principal and Rurga Black. two bra 4 4 1>> Watching AUSTRIA DENIES U. S. HAS RIGHT TO TRAIN IN MEXICO AND

(Hy C. F. Bertelli) portx. 4> Berlin, Oct. :28. Prof. J. EXECUTED
4 Reinke
Turkish troop are bving* ,
Paris, Oct. Information has + rushed to Varna. Kurgan, and 4 member of the upper house of the
reached me that (;Germany ill i con ++ other Bulgarian Black M-a ports 4 Prussian diet, believes that the end ot EXPORT MUNITIONS TO THE ALLIES MAY TAKE CASE UP WITH GERMANY

winced that the forthcoming winter + It to is oppose reported a landing that an of additional Russians. 4 4>> the world war is much nearer than it
campaign is unlikely to yield a military + He -- -- -
70,000( Turks have arrived at + seems. says:
decision in her favor and U i + Ddagatch, the Bulgarian port + "When England noticed that Ger- SAYS OLD RULE OF WAR If Conspirator Is Not Quickly
again making an indirect peace proposal + 'on the Aegean t ea. to withstand 4 Many Boys And[
calmly for
many preparing Proven
+ a second to Hate Keen
to the allies.I any attempt by the allies to land 4> CAN NOT APPLY AT
+ troops 4 I., winter campaign many British .
may also add that the whole quadruple + +, politicians began to ask questions in Girls Dead In : PRESENT Acting Only as an

entente will peremptorily refuse + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +, regard to the possible duration of the Individual

Proceeding to entertain on the it. cautious assump I stated war. Members that the of importation parliament of openly food- School FirePeabody THEREISNORETWCETODUMBA A El Paso, Texas, Oct. 28.Charles

tion that Germany's overtures are designed FRENCH GABINET stuffs and raw materials was becom- Boone, of Roney, N. M., an American
to lull the allies' activities and
conceal ing increasingly difficult on accountof Mass., Oct. 28.-Fire Note Is Noticeably Silent on II I cattle man, was taken from the Mexico -
preparations for a new drive the submarine It
with her armies, Great Britain, pointed out that Germany menace.is able was to swept through the three story brick Ousted Ambassador- Northwest train by Villa troops at

France and Russia are hurriedly reconstructing REORGANIZINGFORAGTION construct and man hundreds of new building occupied by the St. John's I U. S. Reply Not Guzman, Chihuahua, at 10 o'clock this

their internal political I submarines in the course of a year, parochial school today, burning, or Revealed morning, and Col. Hernandez, commander -

organization with the sole object of a even if those that the empire had at driving to death in the panic that fol of the troops, executed him.
still more vigorous prosecution of the the of to-I I James Welch of El Paso Boone's
beginning the war should all be lowed the alarm, probably 30 of the Washington, Oct. 28.-Austria ,
war. destroyed, as the British admiralty partner, was on the train and wit-
600 boys and girls who, a few min day flatly denied the right of the
nessed the
i France Determined claims. United States shooting. He arrived here
rrlnce is in the midst of this pro "That the French shudder at the utes before, had assembled for their the allies in a diplomatic export munitions note re-to tonight.

cess.' M. Briand stated tonight that NEW BODY WILU PUSH WAR thought of another winter campaign daily I lessons. ceived by the state department. The
the announcement of the compositionof is fairly evident. An hour later, twelve bodies had communication contends that the old Atty, General to Investigate Fay Case

the new cabinet will be made to- TO A SUCCESSFUL "The hopes placed in Russia have been removed from the vestibule, rules of international law can not be Washington, Oct. .--There la no

mono FINISH collapsed like castles in the air. where the jam of terrified little ones applied to the extraordinary conditions evidence of any character to detract
The new ministry' will be the most "For Italy the war has lasted too of the present from the authenticity of Fay's confession -
tematkable mitture of youth and et* long already; The dream of the 'pas- had resulted in the greatest loss of While hot availing in the abstract that he is an officer of the
perie BRIAiMLKHNEWONE O N Ne E eeggiate hiilitalre the walk life The police had estimated the kaiser's' forces which bas
f the United Plates to furnish ! been tea
to Trieste atnl Treht Is dead AS high as fifty. Many othersstairways cehed here,
otehme according to positive assertions !
muhitiuhs to the !
. ,,. . _...... belligerent"", they
tIh_ ...I.H-"I .I... .L.."I". "I"i.t.. .1 1l.
1h' cabinet's iote purpose wilt b 8 t t to push' the1 bailie' of I he Ifpttthe* fur whom the prolottgatidtt t>f the writ and a few jumped( frotrt eoHptruettott! t>f the code\: etMiHg' between llernuee of this, diplomatic t iepre-
and MleHte, (peat* talk, at 1t'lIlIt\ ( tillIffmany ; pleted t t Tothyi i Many lutie) "*, may prove advantageous( is Japan: the windows ef the third 'flour' \: 1 nation eehtntlon4: tu (ieimttny'tine I legrtfded

( i U flifted bdtk UH her owfrutiI n t'unhunlUHf I lie 1@IrOlgttnkillton the Japanese would like to pee i the the, students, who rented in year > UifieiaU who dicu]i", "''$'>eit the Hale de: aq imminent yule** the fifwuf i ill faith' :
'",!!, I' lluiepean: natkiiH thoiuughly l lateiate' from' ? to 19, were in charge ef (m-::I dared_ by mote' t than (I meAy tlireetinn I.Miming+ that VAX eted only M an individual =

and weaken path ether Japan tan t teen si isttre! i When the fire started > >>uia ?y iftine.i the Helmut in the!: l In his participation' in the
I''AIIANT) WINTKII OPKMMJ; I wait and the longer the war 1 lasts the the si"ters marshalled! then"' chargesas United States ef Amlmseadop Dumba plot to wreck wrgne\ : destined! for the
) a
Paris, Oet! ,=The Vivian! minis
.\lf'r THE liKAIiKH; ( IIH. try resigned today Jitlttt1'iII the be able" to carry anther ft r a fire
PAimiKNT HTtlllB() Aristide flriand has been asked Chinese J schemes against! England from the Nodding The professions dent, ceased: to represent:! Austria i in The only eventuality which can
Beginning\ today the new: Leader: form a new cabinet, to and to
department-store. : :, conducted !by {H{, from the Far East," third floor joined others pouring In the note there is no reference:! to I the matter now presents is declaredto

Btajberg and managed by Nat Per Paris, Oct ;28.-It is understood from the class rooms on the second the charge made by the United States be absolute disprove! of Fay's confession -

man, is to conduct a great ten days that Premier Viviani will retire from FOQTUALL AT FAIR GROUNDS floor. of Pumba seeking to interfere with by the German foreign office

money saving sale, at the place of his present position in favor of Aris- TODAY Suddenly there was a cry of fear munitions plants themselves, and alwith sa Until proof develops that Fay is
business in the store from one of the throng. The sisters misrepresenting his connection with
room formerly the international of this
tide Briand, former premier, and that The Orlando high school and Kis- made frantic efforts to the
occupied by Hammond & Bunch, on stop pushing country Germany officials of Secretary Lan.
M. Viviani will be minister
Church street. the of justicein simmee high school football teams struggling mass, but to no pur- It is not known what reply thestate sing's department declare that they

The first twenty-five customers entering reorganized cabinet. will meet in a game today at 3:30 pose. The smaller children fell under department will make to thenote can do nothing but accept the statement .
The cabinet in its new form will not o'clock at the Fair Grounds. The the feet of
the store this morning at 8:30 |; those behind them and but it is understood from statements of the prisoner.
o'clock will be given packages which be ready to appear before parliamentthis O. II. S. boys are determined to win soon the vestibule was so jammedwith obtained that the United States- Assistant Attorney General Warren
afternoon, according to the im-
from the Kissimmee team and even living and dead that the
.J contain amounts of merchandise vary firemen proposes in its answer to stand left tonight for New York where he
pression prevailing in cir
political up the games, Kissimmee having wona could not force an entrance. The six said he
ing in value from 50 cents to $ .OO. cles. the letter of international law. It i is would review the evidence

Messrs. Stalberg and Berman guarantee Reconstruction Complete Friday former game. teen sisters escaped. claimed that this government can not now in possession of the United States
that article which is ad district attorney there and proceed
every Paul Deschanel, president of the now reverse policy it formulateda
vertised as reduced in price has actually chamber, will move an adjournment Noted English Author's Wife year ago defining the commercial I against Fay if it warrants.

been marked down. Fifteen thousand until tomorrow, when the work of re- rights of its citizens. At that time
dollars worth of high class fall f the state department declared that FIRST CAR OF CITRUS FRUIT
construction will be complete.
and winter goods are to be thrown Writes To Orlando RelativesMiss there was no limit of export, even

before the public in this sale, markedat ELEVEN CANDIDATES WEREINITI.tTED contraband of war. Ocala, Fla.-An important event
such prices that they will sell took place in Ocala Tuesday, namely,

themselves.All Nettie Waters, of Orlando, a busy as it is the only way to remain DOUGLAS WILLIAMS' CONDITIONENCOURAGING shipping the first car of oranges for

goods wilt be marked in plain At the regular meeting of Rebekah sister of Mr. Seward E. Waters, of cheerful. Of course here it is impos- the season.

figures, with one price, the lowest. Lodge No. 12 last evening a class of Orlando, both residing on South sible to get away from the war for The oranges were Parson Browns
The sale is the first conducted by the one moment, and one's feelings are Little Douglas Williams, eight from the groves of the Carney Invest-
eleven were initiated and eight candidates street, a relative of Lady Parker,wife year
new company and bids fair to be one were balloted for. A splendid of Sir still more saddened by the losses of old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Williams ment company. Their lowest tests
of the greatest bargain opportunities attendance attested to the interest of Gilbert Parker, the English many friends, in some cases two and who sustained four broken ribs were 2.4 per cent. above the legal re-

put before the Orlando buying publicin the members in the work and the lead- novelist and author of note, has received three sons in the same family. Or and other injuries when an automo quirements.The .
many months. a letter from London written perhaps one son killed and the other bile struck him Wednesdawas car was the first car the Citrus
the noble reported
ership of grand Mrs. F. L.
Anderson. Four of the members by Lady Gilbert recounting some personal so badly wounded as to remain a crip- to be resting as well as could Exchange has shipped out of Ocala,
Crane's stationery by the box or reside in Umatilla. There new events and other happenings of ple the rest of his life. be expected last night at the McEwan the first car of the season for the

pound, none better; correspondencecards eral visitors from other lodges.were sev-Excellent life in London. The letter being delayed It looks now as if the war would go sanitarium where every attention is Carney company, and the first from

; all prices. Curtis & O'Neal. floor work executed in transit, is dated the last of I on for another year at least, and life being given him. It is the hope of'' the Tampa district.

der the direction of was Drillmaster Frank un- September, 1915, and in the letter will become still more quiet and sad. every one that he will be completely May there be many more.N1ARIYMIWON .

Lady Parker tells of the first Zeppelin Three weeks ago we had our first restored to health within the next few
Helms. The
new members and oth-
[TOURISTS COMINGTO I G raid on London. visit from the Zeppelins, that is the weeks.
nn_ _ _n_ _ _ ___ _ ers responded to calls for remarks The letter in full follows: first here for although they hare I DOARFIREATBALEIMORE
I and a most enjoyable meeting re- I ___ _
reached England several times, they STEAMER SELMA SUNK n
suited. A delicious
ORLANDO cream course was Cable Address, had never got to London before. I
served at the close of the meetingand E
the members dispersed declaringthat "Parkgilber, London. saw one-there were three-hovering London.-Lloyds announces that
20, Carlton House Terrace, almost over this house. They did not the
Dr. V. W. Estes, secretary of the it is good to be one of Rebekah Norwegian steamer Selma, of 987
London, S. W., drop any bombs in this neighborhood tons net has been sunk. Two Baltimore Md.
Orlando Board of Trade, yesterday Lodge No. 12 of Orlando. mem. Oct. 28.-Between
29th September, 1915. as so many guns fired at them they bers of the
received a letter from W. S. Gil- crew were picked up. $500,000 $750,000 damage was entailed
breath, of Indianapolis, field secretaryof REPAIRING MAITLAND WASHOUT My dear Nettie: got frightened and hurried away. Nineteen others are believed to have tonight when a fire believed to
the Dixie Tour Commission, now I was glad to have news of you and Some of the guns are placed so near been drowned.SIR have been started by electric wires
to hear that you are better. I expect to us that from my window I could
destroyed the United States
at Miami, stating that it would be impossible Excellent had been bonded
progress that warmer
for the tourists to climate, where you are see the flash and then watch the shell THOMAS P. BUXTON DIES piers 34 and 35 at Locust Point. The
come yesterday on the washout on the Or- able to be out of doors will in '' it
more as sped through the air. The bom-
peirs were owned by the Baltimore
, through Orlando the return &
on tripto lando-Maitland road, the washout be-
the end do you much good. bardment lasted about half
I an hour London, Oct. 28.-Sir Thomas Powell Ohio railroad.
Indianapolis and Chicago at this ing just within the town limits of 'I'
time. Sir Gilbert and I are both well, although I and we did not feel very comfortable Buxton, president of the British
Maitland. A temporary wood bridgeis tired, as we have been work- during that time. In other parts of and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, CONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION
However, it was stated in the letter being installed -
preliminary to a ing very hard ever since the war be- I London the bombs did much damage and formerly governor of South Aus- ENDS TODAY
that it had
already been planned' concrete bridge which will be con- gan, and still keep I have been
on. and killed
a number of people. tralia, died today. He was born in
by the Dixie
Highway Commission
structed at later date. Traffic
a may cutting out to be made
garments up Hoping you will have a pleasant 1837.
make tour of the The Confederate Veterans, in state
a west route of the be
resumed this road within
over avery for soldiers, shirts, hospital suits and winter
and with love
get stronger ,
great highway reunion at Ocala, will break today
at a later date this short time camp
barring difficulties.
so on. Up to July 15th three other I
year. am, affectionately, NO DECISION and return to their homes, the
ladies and myself had cut out nine I
In that sessions being interest-
case Orlando, which is on THE WEATHERFor particularly
the west route of the highway Florida Rain thousand garments. It meant much P. S.-Excuse a typewritten letter. Memphis, Oct. 28.-Pal Moore, the ing. Capt. B. M. Robinson, of Orlando
: today, except standing and was very hard work, and I am learning to use amachine local bantam
through Florida, will so as scored two knock downs is expected to return today
be visited by fair over northwest
the officials of the highway. Further I I I ate northeast winds portion; moder- I got so completely tired out that the I"j jto help my husband in some of his over Kid Williams, champion, in their along with several other veterans who
. increasing on end of July I went to the counry for'a work, and must have all the practice round decision
. details are awaited with interest. the east coast. eight no fight here to are attending the reunion from this
rest of a month. But one must keep i possible. night. county.SENTINEL.


TOE DAILY terest into the office for $1,200 several as IA Poem For The Day |t"
would a man who is receiving
South Florida SentinelMORNING
thousand dollars per year or a fit
AND WEEKLY for service! Have ;you ever seen Orlando? MACAULAY a
, !:. GLENN .....................EdiUr remuneration Ever walked her well raved streets? LORD
w. C bssINGTON ....__BuilntM ManagerEntered F. A. \\ood would buy service with Have you ever tasted of the vtatet* I
- at th* postoffice- at Orlaodo Florida I a small salary. It can't be done. Have greets you seen the crowds she I
Second Clam Mail Mattgr and -
Furthermore petitions always welcome
Always coming;
Year SUBSCRIPTION............RATES........... IS 00 requiring a signature are the Summer winter, autumn, spring- is the name of a beautiful Hyacinth we have for sale. This hyacinth is all its name im-
D IlT. 1 Month' ...................... 2.60. easily procured things in the Here you find both health and comfort
Daily C S Month ...................... 126Dail : most will plies. It is a stately, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand flower for the dining
D Uy.,. 1 Month ......................- .&0 universe. In these days a man And the joys they're sure to bring.

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... fl. 0 sign his name to most any old sort of room or parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for growing
petition or scrap of paper that comes Have you ever seen Orlando''Tis
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IH along so long as it bears the signa- the place for young and old; same. .
ADVANCE he knows. Plenteous ozone without asking,
ture of somebody Wood would And no storms or winter's cold. Price of Hyacinth glasses . . 25c.; each
TO ADVBBTI8EB8 The petition which Fruits and flowers and balmy breezes,
Trammell must nec- Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . lOc. each -
Opy f.r ...Ia, and all Uwr kaL..I3i.trtid.t present to Gov. Winter gardens everywhere.Lovely .
Hart a* handed_ .. at tUB UM bialBcuvffic I .. m.UM essarily bear the names of thousandsof homes and groves and pine Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . $1.00 doz.
.f &II. Scatiacl t later trees
day !bef r. patlicatio. ThU rd..pplluI. men who may own ten cents the best of fare.
(*.*(.. far will cvatract. atrictly....dhia.adhcnd; to.it U tobacco, nothing at all, $1,000, or Every day We also have other Hyacinth Bulbs ranging from 40c. doz. up.
.. .riaW. and a
a million. There is no discrimination, Have you ever seen Orlando?
Subacnbcn dotting The Sentinel dftcon-ontfc and under the scheme there can be no Or Chief Osceola's trail? I
dated ahoald notify UM offiee in. will beOBtiancd Land first lived on by the white man;
date of ezpiratton..tbS ni* U true alignment of real or unreal prop- by rail.
subscription rate Reached by water or
at tht'regultt received erty owners and citizens. Have ever seen Orlando' I DE..AI
antil Telephone notice Nam.to atop .t.........._.....--.....21 How many citizens are receiving This you the land that first was trod

FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 1915 these me sent post to cards our? law Are the makers cards our be- In Lovely America clime, the! glorious.Best gift of God. I The Drub and Seed Man"PROPRIETOR

judges, our public servants, our phy- !
Fall wraps are once more in style sicians, our ministers, our real busi-

these exceedingly fine evenings.If ness and professional men, our bankers I CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

o our real estate men, and our I II
there is a chance to boom business wealthy people Or is this man Woo ORLANDO CONCRtTE'WORKS [ [ FLORIDA

boom it. Don't put on a long sending his cards to the working men,

face and look as though you had a the laborers, and the middle class, .
stomach ache. Hold up jour head whose interests can not be better

smile and look for better things.o cared for by a salaried official or a .

- fee official. When Gov. Trammell 407 LONG STREETPhone MM** tilllllllIMM

The farmer bends the knee to none., receives the signatures how is he to 193; Pine Castle'Nurseries |,.
less disturbed by the worldwide of Wood's"folly"
and is know whether the signer
reign of graft and greed than is an imbecile, a wealthy or- I ..

any of his fellows.this son May of the he live soil long whois ,ange grower an expert surgeon, anexconvict All classes of Concrete work done. !. Hams! Hams!
and prosper- a broker a hardware merchant Hams! f fThe
Bridges, Fountains,
the balance wheel of the universe.It a street laborer, a skilled me- Walks, Steps Pine Castle, Fla. :
o banker. There is nothingto Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts Arbor -I
chanic, or a
than the occupation Posts White Way Electric but Thursday -
is the person rather signify! whether the man's name is price of hams is steadily advancing
labor. Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trelhces,
that adds dignity forged, or whether he is first class orange and' lb.
genuine or Has will sell them at 20c. per
who beautify the Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or Friday and Saturday we
There are those can professional man or an $8 per fruit trees, ready to plant. .
a with Fancy Tops grape
most menial occupation or service, week laborer. Gov. Trammell can Model, Chimneys Building We offer only first class trees I:
and there are others who can degradethe himself and stran- Gate Posts any bearing"
very easily hang Common and Ornamental budded from prolific Flour Flour12lb.
honorable position. : :
most We
gle his ambitions. Blocks, faced with Granite; trees of known quality.
o 1. A special session of the legisla- Building other natural Rocks. also have the genuine Watson :

When a stranger Tell him drops that this in town is a, ture would cost thousands of dollars. Coquinna Plans and, or estimates any made for Bunga- watermelon seed. No melons Sack only _______________________________45c.
him. have the people saved
jolly 2. What assurance All work shipped from where we '
great little city-and so it is. Don'tdiscourage that the legislature in case it should lows or other first-class.buildings.Building Piers our seed. Melons weighed from 24lb. Sack only ________________________________!90c.)
him by speaking of your he convene, would act favorably or un- guaranteed 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree.

neighbors. Lead him to believe where favorably on the Wood "folly?" 25c.LINDSAY BROTHERS, Props.S. rr
has at last struck a good place 3. The proposition as vaguely out-
D. Lindsay Manager.
good people live. lined by F. A. Wood would. be.of no L 1 WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
e benefit to the poor people, and mostassuredly
And the United States has promised it would be of no value to !

to become peacemaker between 'the rich man who wants his business GEO. WASHINGTON r -
Carranza and Villa and provide an attended to by county officials of BERRY rr
asylum in the home of the free and worth. H R. Our Grocery CompanyTwo
proved makes two bladesof
of the generals in Vil- said: "He
for inauguratedby
brave any 4. The scheme is one
Gee but won't somebodyhave individual interests grass grow where one grew
la's his
army. a man to further Phones: 3 and 200
their hands full keeping that and ambitions in an appeal to before is a public benefactor. .

gang under control.o the people by an irregular piece of We may not be able to.do this A complete line of Ford Acces- P: 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.Yancey |

WOOD'S "FOLLY" legislation.5. Wood is attempting to group all but we have solved the problemof sories; a staff of expert mechanics t

F. A. Wood, of St. Petersburg a counties in a class with two or three making 25c. do the work of in all t. I

candidate for governor of Florida is counties where officials are receiving 50c. in the scheme of living. If to render satisfaction " " Mil " " " " " . .
sending to citizens throughout entitled "Shall exorbitant fees. vou can get a good substantial, lines of Automobile Repair
state a? little; booklet --- -- meal for 25 cents and'
We Save a Million Dollars?" and thenon --------- well cooked Work. Vulcanizing Oils

the front page there is a pictureof Best and Promptest why pay more? Gasoline and fair and square I
Miss Florida with a broom in her The Model with its 25: cent

hand labeled off the"Business floor of "Progress Methods"," Auto LiveryService regular meal and 15c. specialshas I,prices. Meat Market, Inc.

sweeping "unearned costs to made it possible for people .FULLY PAID UP
the "fee system. [
taxpayers," etc., etc., including a lot I to live economically and well. T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

of dust. The admonition is given the -PASS NGfR wish from ORLANDO. FLORIDA
reader to "Inquire within." Inside is Anything you may For Nine YearsWe
considerable wording about salaries our short order list at moderate Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

instead of fees to count officials. Be- prices. I and Western Meats
fore one reads is a picture of the BUICK CARWe Oysters fresh every day. t have been in business at the

lion. F. A. Wood.A !same location Corner of South Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.
self addressed and stampe.d postal OPEN DAY AND ;
\\e, time Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
card is enclosed, and reads call anywhere at any ,- 'Main and Church Streets.
undersigned citizens and tax pay- / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
the do hereby Phone 226 PHONES Residence |133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
ers of the state of Honda, n's Transfer Co
respectfully petition and earnestly request -. Gord The Model CafeRead k

Park Trammell, governor
to call an extra session of the 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 Orlando's Leading Repair Shop

not later than ALL KINDS the Morning Sentinel for the 9
legislature to convene HAULING OF and Garage
the last week in April 1916, for the I news. lOc. a week delivered. The 1 arket:
of enacting such laws as are

purpose necessary to place all county officials Pansy Plants Rose OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

upon a salary basis." Space is open The Eola Packing CompanyORLANDO OPPOSITE POST OFFICE '

for fifteen signatures.In Bushes Petunia FRESH AND SALT MEATS
some endorfecmtuts .
the booklet are printed i LORI
from different parts of Plants Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

the state. Fort Lauderdale, Ocala, SpecialtiesCustom Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh '

L'rcc 11.1.Punta Corda. Ruldick, leaieour orders here and pure.
---- -
Tampa, ist. Petersburg, Stuart, and | Packer Modern Equipment We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. haveeverything
Marianna are the "different" sections Shippers and uyers' Cash Attention in the Meat Line.
endorsing \\ood's proposal. Growers' Agents Personal
to san the state a .violet Dell and arrange Self & Oo.
million In proposing dollars in four years Wood I. I lUlljll Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant PI. .
packing their crops.
remarks that "painstaking and etfi. for harvesting and of the good PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET r
J. M.\ CARlirilERS directed by the owner
the Fruit; Packed and shipped as
be secured by i
cient servants can I.. Tracks.
509. 408 Sooth Lake 8t Corner Concord Ave. and A.
counties for attending to the business Phone PACKING= HOUSE- COCIIKAN,
of the county, at salaries ranging W. B. RULE :Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Ast Mgr. C. A.

from $,{,M)0; down to $1,OO per year, Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
according to the size of each county's FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Solicited
Respectfully and LifeA
business." Quality, Smartness Long
In other words the voters of various -

counties are asked to support SILVER GLIDEA -

such a proposition by signing a self- It COMFORTABLE RIDE-
addressed card and mailing it to F. A. VANILLA ,
doing they do not IN A CHALMERSFOR
Wood, and in so
know how much an extra session of TUTI FRUTI NOTICE! SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new

the legislature would cost, they do not GUAVAICE : tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian
that the legislature would approve -
know of such a scheme, and they' do CREAMS. Just received, a fresh supply of Tampa Special and : Motorcycle, for cash. ,
not know Wood from Smith they do recleaned cracked corn. ,
know what interests are behind These feeds must be SEEN to be appreciated. .
weed seeds
do not know how Wood Tampa Special is absolutely free from
the man, they
is paying for the postal cards and his! AUTO LUNCHESA grit etc., and is made up of wheat cracked corn kaffir AUTO WASHING STATIONFreeman

advertising campaign, and in signing SPECIALTYCLUB and oats. feeds.
they would signify their desire to We can give you a good price on these .

hate the administrative business of V. D. Phillips, Mgr
the county performed by "painstak.
ing and efficient servants" who do not SANDWICH 23c. Produce Co. : 14 E. CHURCH STREET PHONE 447
know anything about county business, The Co-Operative

who could not protect the interest of Church St. PHONE 447 |I I
and corporations, who We Make Oar Own Ice Cream, Packed | W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E.
would assume office for a mere recompense and Delivered for All l Sentinel Want Ads Get Results.I .

to make a mess of things, ,
jumble records and put as much in- Occuion .

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large audience is hoped for so that i CLASSES AT ORLANDOA : |I..

Taft, Fla., Oct. 27.-Carl Sphaler the proceeds will amount to a substantial i I

has returned from his visit to South help to this fund. Admission number of Plant City Methodists, I I
"No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Carolina, but intends to go to Tampasoon 15 cents and 25 cents. members of the Wesleyan; Bible classes Nursery ;

where he has secured a position i Early in November the ladies of the of the Methodist Sunday school,
will attend the state federation of
in a store. Christian Workers Society of Union I i
II. Tice Frank Martin, Lyman Chapel will give, in the parish house, these classes being held in Orlando' Unless Budded i

Bowman C. A. Tompkins and T. K. a "sock social." Something new and today and tomorrow. The work of' .psJ cr4L.3iJ 7 : '.. ', st.
Adams were business callers at the I I entertaining is promised and the following the Wesleyan classes is somewhat

county seat on Thursday.A. invitation is extended to all: similar to the Baraca-Philathea move- I from Bearingtrees I
L Ellison has moved his family ment, but is particularly Methodist

into the Tice cottage on Third ave A little sock we give to :you enterprise. There are now more than ,
nue. It is not finished, but Al. wantedto It's not for you to wear. three hundred of these classes in Flor-
into school beforeit Please multiply ;your size by two ida and the federation at Orlando of a known
get his children
And therein with
place care makes Florida the third state to or-
closed. Perhaps it will be com In pennies or in cents,
pleted when the "robins nest again." Just twice the number that you ganize in the work. E. T. Roux and

Mr. A. Hanselman is assisting Mr. wear- D.1.. McKey will represent the : and
= Quantity
Ellison in moving and getting set (We hope it is immense.) young men's class in Orlando, Mrs.E. .

T. Roux, the women's class, and
So. if ;you wear a number ten,
tled.The for You owe us twenty, see? Mrs. C. C. Carleton, the girls' class. :
W. C. T. U. held a meeting Which, dropped within the little sock, OtheV delegates are expected to at- Quality of Pro-
election of delegates to the state con- Will fill our hearts with glee. _
tend. Plant; City Courier.
vention at Orlando, November 9th and Tis all we ask, it isn't much, F _
10th. Delegates elected were Mrs And hardly any trouble. ; L

Belle Avery, Mrs. W. G. Sphaler, Mrs. We'll But surely if ;you ask only you have double.one foot, A REAL NECESSITY duction.--O.W.

Belle Gartman, Mrs. Adele Franklin,
and Mrs. Edna Ditter. Now if you have a friend quite dear No individual with anything to sellor
The L. A. S. meet as usual at the You'd like to bring with you trade can successfully find a buyeror t Conner-
Or if you know some one who'd care,
chapel on Thursday at 2:30 p. m. We'll gladly give you two. trader without the aid of the Sen- -
C. meet in their roomson don't the and dateWe'll that its
R. So Remember
The W. forget place tinel want ads.
Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
at 2:30 m. answer when ;you knock, five-sixths of
Wednesday p. circulation represents
the W. And welcome you with open arms, grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
at 7 m.
Thursday evening p. But Don't Forget Your Sock! the Orlando community.
C. T. U. have a "golden contest" at
the chapel. Everybody invited. The Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall arrived

exercises are expected to be very in- home Saturday evening after a sum- I actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
MEAT CAUSE OF Two years ago in their advertising by
teresting.The mer spent in New England.
interest now seems to center on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fulford and Mr. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real first-class

pineapples. Nearly everybody is setting A. A. Fulford pent Sunday at the I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished .

out a large bed of them. They home of Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hansel. KIDNEY TROUBLE: by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND -

produce very fine ones here and they I Mrs. E. i.. Sphaler Miss Stella trees that were properly propagated; TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence

are very productive. I I Harris Miss Alma Sullivan, and Mr. : five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
Mrs. A. C. Wright, Mr*. C. II. Nelson A. Sphaler attended the Wekiwa Baptist
and MU May llartmycr were I i Association meeting ut St. Cloud Take A glass of Salta if your Back: tion. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

looking for bargain in Orlando Mon. Rev K. I). Jones preached to large hurt or Bladder bothen-Meat trees and adopt the surest method. But you are n BUYER not a SELLER: and YOU ARE
forma uric acid.
day congregations Sunday in Union Chap interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Among the guests At the TAft hotel el. time and money to bring it into hearing.

the pant week were 1I.: Drown and If you mint lime your meat every day, Then} do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
eat it. but flush with mil
Mrs. K. I Drown, Gulfport, Fla.; Guests registering at the San Juan jour kidney *
O. cl(' lonAII1. aiys a noted authority who you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators
; Go.
-Ira. Delia Stafford, Rocky hotel yesterday included Harry .
Ml u that meat form urio Mid which
John Schwartz San Francisco, Cal.: row Atlanta; E. A. Sanchez, Newark; almost paralyu the kidney In their effort of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

John Hunter, San Diego, Cal.; F. W. Wm. Osborne Jr., F. B. Titus, Philadelphia to expel it from the Moud. They Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Marshall Denver, Colo., and R. K. ; W. II, Forehand Louisville; Uvome suiTer with sluggish a- dull and misery weaken in the then kidney you Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

Woodworth Racine Wis. 10.'| W. Ludlow Chicago; C. E. Earnest region, sharp pains in the back or sick work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained oura'ay
, Mrs. Minnie Riley returned from Bartow; Victor Wald, L. Fred, headache, duzineaa, your stomach sours,
the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
Orlando Tuesday for a few days. New York; W. I. Hargres, Boston; R. tongue ia coated and when the weather over
for ia bad you have rheumatic twingw. The comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
Mr. Walter Schucht, surveyor E. Rose, Tallahassee; Louis Marks,
urine pets cloudy full of sediment, the
the Andrews Land company, is in ;,Savannah; E. T. Roux and wife. Plant channels often get sore and irritated,
town to survey and lay out their late- i[City; J. J. Lariner Joliet; R. H. Alderman obliging you to seek relief two or three
ly acquired possessions into 40 acre and wife, Sutherland; A. O. time dunng the night.To .
neutralize these irritating acids, to
farms. I Martin Sanford; W. C. Colton, Atlanta NurseriesO.
cleanse the kidneys and flush off the Ocklawaha
:Mr. S. Rizk was down from Orlando ; C. C. Hudson, Daytona; Ed. body's urinous waste get four ounces of
Monday superintending the work on Scott,Arcadia; Guy A. Sparks,Austin; Jad Salts from any pharmacy here;
his building. J. D. Hannett, J. A. Cranford, G. R. take a tableepoonful in a glass of
new water before breakfast for a few days \v. Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine Florida.
Marcus Endel T. O.
Champlain and your kidneys will then act fine. This
PINE CASTLE NOTES Rouse Leo Tyler W. S. Stock, Jacksonville famous salts is made from the acid ofprapea I

; Henry G. Lester, Henry and lemon juice, combined with I G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
lithia, and has been used for generationsto I ,
Pine Castle, Fla., Oct. 27.-Friday I Brash, Frank T .Graham, Tampa; E. flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys ,

evening, October 29, at 7:30 o'clock C. Fitz, Inverness; J. C. Walker Eus. also to neutralize the acids in urine, I I

in the school auditorium, will be given tis. BO it no longer irritates, thus ending :
"All a Mistake." The bladder weakness.' " " " " MMIIMMMiiilllMMIIIIMMMAn ...
the comedy of the town will present I Subscribe for the morning Sentinel. Jad Salts U inexpensive; cannot in- I
t young people Jura, nod. makes delightful effervescent
this play for the benefit of the organ 10 cents a week delivered. tl\la veter drink.

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I of the est people In this town are Infnot' -__5 a

01' the elimination of the rooster -
The Voice Of
When t say best people, I refer to

Winter Park News The People thopt'hI fll1hhrlhllIt'.standing) are "socially recognised,hnhnfhlolf'1114)1', morally ns h'hlehbor ", hplt.l fill.1 l lI l Dress and Silk

I log the list, Another objection wa
"ltrl.toYI Ie..r..nt( Ie'Mlltl.\| 1111"tlO" .
that pntle |
"nltl |> | ? chickens by
IMitor: "ntlnt'II.\\'ith i your kind the coop (usually all roosters), thereby = Goods
'"rmiiuiitn I should like to Mate a few making a &great financial saving"
Dally Budget 01 Items Concerning tIU.t"'hirh will throw some light The way out of that U to have them

YJtt)1thtl Rooster{ controversy n* I Ito delivered in quantities small enoughto ,
The Town And Rollins College seem he the Instigator, There U be used. immeliately-and! any one

no greater admirer of One poultry who is able to buy chickens by the

than I Am, and at my country homeam crate can surely buy at retail, if they
THE MAX WHO CAME HACKHtOM WINTER 1'i\W\ SCHOOL'S' ) MUST the owner of a beautiful flock do not care to patronize the market.
Tilt: WAR ON YEAR AS INTERMEDIATE: There is an old adage, "There u a In our new Civic League year book, Our showing of Fall Styles gives you a

TUIIKUCUI.OMS HIGH time and place for all things," and it which I compiled, I put the following splendid opportunity to learn all the new
By special arrangement and throughthe For the first time in the historyof strikes not a few that the corporate motto; "Join we together for the
courtesy of local Modern Woodmen the local high school it is rated limits of Orlando is not the place and public good in what we can" Let est weaves and colors and designs in Dress
the Lyric theatre produced last this year as an intermediate high the time-being night-not the time this be the motto of every resident of
night a reel of 1,040 feet, featuring school. The school has sufficient for Mr. Rooster to do his crowing Orlando. .

Robert Wilson, of Missouri, in a true scholars and the proper amount of Personally: I should not care if every Thanking you sincerely for this Visit the store and see our attractive
and realistic film story of his part in equipment in all but one of the departments yard in town was filled with this bird, courtesy, I am
the present war-in the fight againstand to place it in this class, the but people coming here to spend the (Mrs. J. E.) HELEN ENSIGN. bargains in all lines of women's wear.

conquest of that menacing mon- one department which is lacking winter anticipating peace and comfort -
ster of the human flesh-tuberculosis. slightly in equipment being that of are deprived of both by being NORTHERN FOLK ARE TO VISIT
New Dress GoodsOur
Wilson is one of the million mem- physics. It is the hope of the principal kept awake at night on account of the FLORIDAA.

bers of the Modern Woodmen of that this deficiency will be madeup crowing of hundreds of these birds.It . W. Cary is organizing a partyto
America. Discovering that he is afflicted in the near future. The last set strikes most sane people that the leave here November 16 for
a so-
with this disease, he takes ad- of volumes required to fill out the nuisance should be abolished Orlando journ in Florida. Last )'earIr.. splendid showing of beautiful fabrics -

vantage of the comforts and care of library qualifications were ordered calls herself a city. How many Cary guided 80 residents of this city includes the following popular weaves:
the sanitarium and is cured. some days ago and will arrive soon. cities will you find where the keepingof and vicinity to and from the south,
"The Man Who Came Back" is a Plans are on foot for the organization poultry is permitted I am a and it is expected fully as many will GLENURQUHART PLAIDS
thrilling and dramatic story-and absolutely of a literary society in the school booster for Orlando first last and all take the trip next month. The party CREPES
true. Indeed, Wilson's expe- and it is believed that this feature the time, that is why I have interested will assemble as a unit in Albany,
rience has been duplicated by nearly will add considerably to the interest myself in civic work, although I am from which point the trip down the HAIR LINE AND IMPERIAL SERGES

2,000 of his fellow Neighbors who and value of the students' work. The unable to do very much. One reason Hudson river will be made on a Hud- FRENCH SERGES
have already enjoyed the benefits of reports from all departments are very why I refused the presidency of the son River Navigation company's night
this institution. encouraging.J. Civic League was on account of the CIIERE SILKS

Following the photo play the Woodmen I large amount of work and time it in- boat.An Old Dominion line boat will SILK POPLINS

and their guests enjoyed a pleasant R. BETTS SERIOUSLY ILL AT volved. With my own personal duties carry the tourists from New York to BASQUE AND WORSTED PLAIDS
social hour together. A cream WOOnBUUY, GA. and responsibilities it was out of Old Point Comfort Va., where private
course was served during the evening R. L. Betts received a telegram late the question to accept it and do justice steel coaches will be boarded and the SHEPHERD: AND NOVELTY CHECKS

by the refreshment committee and yesterday afternoon informing him to the League. journey will be made over the Seaboard ATTRACTIVE GABARDINES:
the entire affair was pronounced a that his brother, J. R. Betts, of Wood- What I do is not for any personal l Air Line railroad The conches
striking success by those who at bury, Ga., is dangerously ill, and that gains, nor nm I afraid of being "dis- will go through to Orlando and Jacksonville
tended. there Is little or no hope for his re ikcd" for doing my duty ns an officer Fin., without chnnge.--Glcns SHEPHCKD: : CHECKS:

covery. Mr. Betts is welt known in of the League. There Is no one who Fails (N Y.) Post-Star. SILK CREPE DK. CHINKS
UlUiA1'IS: : : UAVEWith : : Winter Park, having spent several prefers to be disliked; on the other

Rollln banners flying and months here last winter. Before leaving hand It n |person la disliked for doing I 11.1rn() 1 NT.W: IIAMPSIIIRi\ : MILITARY SILK STRIPES:
amid the cheers and best wishes of for hin Georgia home in the springhe what U nftktsl and expected of themto PICARDY SUITINGS
Ceo. K.: Hates nnllth..lr
Mr. and Mrs.
the assembled men of Chase and purchased the Umpleby property do-what matters? Moral courage :
on, :Mr. Everett: C. Hate, have
Lakeside dormitories the delegates to nnd had planned to return\ the first\ III n great asset to any individual in
the Y. M. C. A. Students' Conference ot next week. public or private life. I took the inliative reached Altamonte Springs"from their Prices from 35c to '
northern hotel, "The Grand, I\t :Mount
at Gainesville left yesterday morningby in this rooster nuisance' for
Vernon N. 1L coming all the in
auto. In addition to the ten delegates DIIKIMiING) ) CANAL the benefit. \ of not only the tourist buta way $2.75 yd
their auto. They had a splendid trip,
whose names were given >es- large number of our best resident
R O. Ward spent some time yesterday with good roads almost all the
terday Leon D.) Lewis became one of out the dredge on the shallows What right has any one to keep a nuisance -
They reached Jacksonville in just ten These fine fabrics represent a vast variety'of
the contingent at the last moment. in the canal connecting Lakes to annoy his neighbor? I believe -
having covered 1F OO miles.
Rollins spirit was perhaps never so Osceola and Virginia. The lakes, in the Golden Rule and especially Messrs Bates will at once wire the'
evident as yesterday morning, when I when Infringes the rights
which continued to rise until a few one upon Altamonte hotel for electric I lights,
the departing delegates were sent oft days ago, are now falling at the rate of others. My only thought was for It and make other improvements Wonderful
on their trip with the enthusiastic of one inch per day. At the highest the enhancement of the comfort of repaint In readiness to early inDecember
cheers of every man on the campus point the water level reached about everybody t There are enough unavoidable open
the they
for biggest Colorings
ringing in their ears. one and one-half feet above high noises without the unneces believe Florida had.
Greene, Tilden and Huntsman left and racking crowing of the
water level, and stood' two and one nary nerve
last night, and will arrive at Gainesville ] half feet above normal rooster Every one who reads knows They wete their in Orlando friend yesterdaygreeting and The European wnr 1ms made popular tltIWW
\ in time for today's session", of that l\Oultr-e"l1l'clnlty hens-which numerous
with the I'It'kMath"t rich MUCH ( and Hrownn
were greatly pleased \ irwns ,
the rohfetenre.OKK do much better inevery
('LOTIIINO MANUF'ACflllthtt I I'I''N IN are the
leading Into city.
YLr4Ti.1ltl.tYLouts ways the eggs are wore healthful = ) "Nn"Ul'Irt") and I "lUjIuIrm"$ lllue'stiiItnry
\\'( ox 'iniMioi.r <'(iIIil r llilkowUh, lit New Yolk, keep Hlmoul Indefinitely\ HIP 1lollnttln"t
AT WIMIIU: r.Aimr.N( ) : "
\ "Mottle", and
(On) account of the recent heavy manufacturer of Crescent brand of therefore mote sanitary, and l l bring n \ (

rain the clay pit fl'lIm'hkh clay for ,Nothing. for men, wa In town yesterday = higher price In the market on accountof FUipt 3. r MrRlflfjfn'I.lh,1 Garden the, irreen ; "Torpedo/ ," "Aviator," and "Old"
Winter yesterday
the wo k on the gulf course; has been vUiting the local firm of W, ll.S'hults being sterile.t I' rl ons wishing to schools ftt
ribtnincd hltlil been flooded and the with a view to introducing\ raise young birds. can easily! exchange( browns ; Hnttehlp! : and! "A roplnn preys

work delajed After considerable iU products in this territory. their eeea for fertile ones, thereby MvVlINO MINK
nand uthertho black
the rolled) polo
Don't fail to see many
the "star !boarder"who
ditching the pit has been drained and{ doing away with game Friday night, Oct. 2':th, You
the clay was started moving >'esterda "$ET THINK HOUSE: IN ORDKR" never misses a meal and never I will like it. I I-lo-28-2t and whites, "Military" reds, "Zepplin" lavenders .
j', The work of claying the tees pays a cent, and is an absolute nuisance -
and greens will be completed within Despite the weather the great revival in town. The cockerels can be and Tangerine orange tones.

the next week or ten days, thus put- resumed last night at First executed before they begin to crow Buy your Dress Goods from these
ting the course in first class shape for Methodist church after two days interruption and before the meat gets tough; by MISS MAY UARDAWAY
the coming season. by the Bible Class Federa- this method peace, quiet and good will splendid displays and have them made up
with fine audience Mr. Hoi- will reign supreme. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
tion, a to suit your own taste. It means fine qual-
II.\U.OWE. \RTV POSTPONED comb was at his best, and delivered a One person made the remark to me
: splendid sermon. lie said, disordered that "the town was not big enoughfor ity garments that will give you long service -

On account of the conflict between houses are very common. Every woman -, this movement. I have never Schultz Building. Phone 406 and great satisfaction.
the dates for the Y. M C. A. conference finds at the beginning of each read or heard stated how large a place
and the college Hallowe'en party new day a disordered house, the kitchen had to be to adopt sanitary and humane .

which was scheduled for next Satur- the dining room, the bed rooms, rules. The sooner such plebeian
day evening, it has been decided to all have to be put in order for the notions are abolished the better for All Work Neatly Accurately Done
postpone the latter event one week day. So our bodies are mostly disordered I the town and all its residents. Some New arrivals in the

in order to make it possible for all of something ails most folks. We I - ----- - ---------
the delegates to attend. appeal to the doctors for help. It's

rheumatism, or appendicitis, or something -
\\INTEK: PARK NOTES But disordered homes are Hats and Men's FurnishingsWe

soon mended-disordered bodies mayor
:\1. :\1. Procter, of Waycross, Ga., may not be repaired; but at best Department '
arrived in Winter Park Wednesday our physical life is short, and it is
afternoon and went on duty at the not of supreme moment one way or
Graham Flour Whole
Winter Park Barber Shop yesterday. other. Disordered souls are most have a fine line of "No Name" Hats, latest styles Wheat Flour

Mr Procter is an expert in his line common, and if not attended to are and shapes. Buy ;your fall hat now. Full line of shoes Buckwheat Flour, both plain and prepared.
and is giving excellent satisfaction.lie fatal for two worlds. God is saying
is expecting his wife and familyto through the prophet, "Set thine house and Men's Furnishings. Rolled Oats in Bulk; Yellow Corn :Meal'

arrive some time during the coming in order, for thou shalt die. He is Pancake Flour, and other things too nu-
week to make their home. saying it to the unsaved men and women -
of Orlando, and directly he will merous to mention.
C. W. Johnson, who is to be in the come and knock on our door. Are we W. H. SCHULTZAt
office of the Daetwiler packing house ready?

this winter, was in town yesterday At the close of the sermon a dozenor the New Store, Winter Park, Fla.
going over some of the preliminarywork more came quickly forward for

preparatory to the opening of prayer, and some professed conver- Winter Park Florida
the season.C. sion.; Watch This Space for Special -
".\ :Manho Broke Down at One
II. Morse, vice-president of the Point"
Country club and one of Winter Tonight professional folks are invited 1 11111111111111111 n 111111111 111111I111 I 111111111 Bargains!

Park's most public spirited residents, to hear Mr. Holcomb on the sub- :
will arrive Saturday from Chicago for : ject above.
a business trip of a few days.L. Mr. Jeter's chalk talk is very im- j Winter Park Auto Co.

pressive. His theme last night "The I
P. Broadfield, A. C. L. trainmaster Old Home," was well executed and :
for this division, with headquarters accompanied by a fine solo, "Will the ,
at Lakeland, was in town for Circle Be Unbroken?"
some hours yesterday paying a visit BUICK and FORD CARS Dickson! Ives Co.

to the local office. ARRIVES FROM GLENS FALLS -

N. Follett, manager of the Chicago Mr. and Mrs O. G. Hall and son Repairing Painting and Auto
club at Charlevoix, Michigan, accom- arrived in Orlando yesterday in their ,
panied by his wife, is expected to arrive Chalmers touring car, making the en- SuppliesOPEN
in Winter Park for the winter to- tire trip without any mishap from .DEPARTMENT STORE.

day. Glens Falls N. Y. They made the ... .
trip by easy stages, stoping in severalof
Mrs. Chas. P. Dickson, of Orlando, the principal cities and interesting "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE"F
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. points south. Their many friends are DAY AND NIGHT.

P. Shepherd, for a few days this glad to see them again occupyingtheir

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I @rlau n Snriefj TODArS PROGRAM "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING

Reliance. "Little Marie." A drama

r MUSICALE ROSALIND CLUB possibly do so, send her name to Mrs. in two parts.
Beauty Comedy. "The Guy Up-
The Rosalind Club yesterday after- Guernsey and plan to entertain one or stairs," featuring;: Nera Gerber and
noon was the scene of a very prettyparty two delegates for lodging and break- Webster Campbell.
Is specialty We will
Pathe. "Romance a us. examine and make an estimate -
of Elaine. "The
the principal feature being a fasts during the convention
Death Cloud. In two parts. This on
musicale given by Miss Isabel Deni- + episode is very exciting and justifiesour yourWatch
son, instructor in piano and organ at WOMEN'S CLUBS IN RUSSIA claim that Elaine is in the moving
Rollins College, Winter Park. MissDenison's Petrograd.-Steps have been takento picture world the biggest and best.
form federation of women's clubsin Admissicn. adults 10c., children 5c.
playing was delightful and a Ring or
included many beautiful selections, Russia under the leadership of the
the program being as follows: Women's Equal Rights association. HOW LOVE LAUGHS AT WAR JewelryQ
Marionettes ______ Stcherbacheff Parents committees in connection London.-The other day a Glasgowman

____...... with Russian high schools have hada received a summons on an hour's
Etude in G flat Chopin It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine oD

Bourree _____________ J. S. Bach somewhat checkered trail in the notice to attend the wedding of on: your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
Caprice ___________ Paderewski past. Under the present administration of his soldier friends. The intrepidson
needs care and attention at our place.
Forest Elves __________ Schytte of the department of education of Mars had arrived unexpectedand
Caprice ____ PaganiniSchumannBallade they are to be given freer scope. Elec- astonished his own particular corner D EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
tions have been held in all of the world by announcing that
in A flat _______ ChopinA recently
he intended tc be wedded and in
general enjoyable social hour the Petrograd gymnasiums, or high away

followed, tea, chocolates and cakes schools for boys and girls.U. thirty-fix hours. The best man was ALLEN & CO. JEWELER
+ afterward I' ard to assert that the ,
sen"ed.liss Denison received
D. C. NOTICEA excitsment of arranging and carrying I
Comfort with the committee in charge which Ib
consisted of Mrs.V.. R. O'Neal, chair- special meeting of the U. D. C. through ceremonies at the registrar's,1 r ::101:1- dJ
before the] sheriff and in church, in
is called the Miss Mary :
man, Mrs. Hal Beardall, Mrs. G. S. by president I
Edwards, and Miss Ada Bumby. The Robinson, at her home, Monday, No- addition to the lunch, the speeches, a

club interior was artistically decora- vember 1, at 3:30 p. m. All membersare subsequent visit to a theatre, and a ..
} ;.
send-off at the station, all within the } ..: T t ir! : r Unusual Designs
and ted in gorgeous roses. At the conclusion urged to be present as important -\0\1\, '. -:)::
time limit, had made a confirmed :. v """ .... .' #.,
business will be transacted. .
of her musicale Miss Denisonwas t "m' Some
bachelor of him. J tl 9' people in fact, a great many,
presented with a lovely bouquet Mary Branham, recording secre- J' r'y, )'" : -1.d prefer unique and original effects
A bluejacket on one of the Harwich <.J
of roses by Mrs. O'Neal. tary. c" ."1 *:. "a H' in wall dero"'hon.e anticipate
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destroyers made a strong bid for the
The program for next Thursday has ?k' I \\ ',.. ,.... "'tF-o.., these demands and always carry in
matrimonial record. lie could .
not been determined. Mrs. C. B. Rob- GOOD BILL AT THE GRAND: LAST speed .l ti /_ ,), : ..: stock something entirely different
)) ,,
EconomyCONTRIBUTE only get two hours leave of absence '
inson is chairman of the hospitality :NIGHT ,*: ?tt.\- f .I ; from others. Will you call here or
from his ship, but he used it well. His ,
committee for next month and several ;e will we send our sample book to ?
; ; :
A. very large;: audience witnessed fiance and friends met him directly he I ,ti!.
unique features are planned.
"The Spendthrift" at the Grand last reached the shore, and they drove in a

night, a fix reel play, and were well motor car to Ramsey church a good ;- 'tt J.; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
W. C. T. U. :NOTES:
pleased with the production. In addition three miles. There the wedding was
The chairman of the entertainment to the photo play the "Stein. performed and the newly I married # 205 Orange Avenue

committee, Mm. J. 1* Guernsey, Is way Four," n quartet, rendered !several couple' drove l back to Harwich to have COLEMAN & KUAN Phone 261
desirous' of meeting alL members of fcU-ctiottS\ which were very greatly a "tup i-j'cvil" wedding brt"lIkf""t.
her committee Friday "flernortn at I enjoyed. The Izo of the crowd The witty tally Randolph Churchill

the meeting of the W. C. T. U. Upon was evidence: Unit tho play win a tnusteri'krc. says the nearest approach! she knowsto
her committee nre Mr.. L. 0
buck, Mm. II. !'. Sunder, Mm. J. ItMngruder / the ruse of the aviator who flew over
LARGELY TO THE{ :.I rat. A. II. Johnson, Mrs TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY from I Dunkirk recently, married his CAREY HANDFUNERAL

1"'. A. Newell, Mm. W. T. Wulker, bride, And then flew back again. I
anti Mm J. G. Manuel. FOR ItF.NT-Hoom. 14x28, suitablefor
PLEASURE OF An soon as it 1 I. possible for her to carpenter plumbing or paint SLIGHTLY DISFIGURE!) HUT DIRECTORAND
I Co-operative Produce Co., No. I
do so, Mm. Guernsey will publish a STILL IN THE RING
10 Kast: Church street. Phone 447.
: WEEK-END{ [ TRIPS list of the names of the delegates and 10-29-3tc Injuries painful but not serious i EMBALMERAll
visitors who plan to attend the state were received by State's AttorneyJos.
convention here, November 912. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
II. Jones who, with Judge J. W.
in new, modern home; one-half
Those who so kindly have planned to Perkins and Court C. G.
block from Anderson street, near St. calls answered Promptly Dayor
entertain may then choose from the Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for McCrory, was motoring from Fort
list those whom they wish. In order the season. 406 Margaret street. Pierce to Titusville. A few miles Hand Block.
for Mrs. Guernsey to have the 200 10-29-tf north of Melbourne the car bumpedinto Night. |

homes in which to place the delegates, hole in the road which threw
October 25, be- a
LOST-On Monday,
The sensitive it will be necessary for her to add tween Robinson Springs and Orlando Mr. Jones against the top of the car Orlando, Florida.
several to her list, and to do this she via east road between Maitlandand with such force as to cut his nose I I

'' must interview by phone or otherwise Winter Park, one mounted Fisk red rim.top quite badly, making it necessary to PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
springs together' those who have not responded to the 34x4 automobile tire on
I A communication from the finder will stop in Cocoa, where Dr. Rulett
call. Will not every one, whether a I be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney dressed the injured member. Mr.
with the wide seats member of the Union or not, who can i Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf Jones then went on to his destination

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cushions, insure Sheriff Gordon yesterday arrestedT. I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ;

R. C. Crowe, of Orlando, who was
comfort to the wanted in Polk county on the chargeof

having issued a worthless check.

He was given his liberty when he
passengers on
any promptly gave bond for $500.

road. The gasolineand Miss Ruth Kenney, daughter of Mr.

I and Mrs. F. S. Kenney, has gone to

oil consumption Atlanta, Ga', to visit her brother and CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

sister, for the winter.

is unusuallylow Phone 5 for '
Loans Real Estate : i

and the tire
Fresh Every Day Rentals

,expense is trifling.' WALDECKER FISH CO.

206 Boone Street

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Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches,
$850f. etc.

. Orders taken for parties.
Located in rear of Branch's Book
o. b. Orlando
Store, Arcade I

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The "HOOSIER" Beauty s-is Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

Let us show you today why you

should have this Cabinet
We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

b II W it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

: work you can save money by having us
Sole Agents for Orange County ,
cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
_ ____ _n_ ___ ___ __ as you can install it yourself.

? '' We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist s and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

& may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
and Teacher
you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri

MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
I Adelphi National Park and Brenau Colleges.
Sons Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories. closet and we guarantee it not to get, out of order
Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.Choral I
and Orchestral Societies. for five years.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches. E

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia
Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody Vassar, Smith, and Raehn
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs F. Joseph Co.
Lectures in all parts of the country.
I am
New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street.
Temporary Address 511 Anderson St. THE PIPE MAN I

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OAKLAND NEWS NOTES .bile parties do not now make Arcadia I tween this country and Greece has I!
on Sundays, as they are afraid of been ordered by Postmaster General I

Oakland, Fla., Oct. 27.Mr. Dil- running out of gasoline, and of coursecan I Burleson, pending acceptance of a
lard and daughter, Miss :\1 able, and not secure any in this city on that
the countries.
,new agreement by two
Mrs. Berry, of Winter Garden, at-
tended church here Sunday night. day.The blue Sunday law is making Many m re orders are paid in Greece visit to our store will make you a

Linton Briley came down from De- many votes in Arcadia for the pro- than in this country, and a balance is regular customer. .

Land Saturday to visit home folks. posed commission form of govern- paid Greece monthly. It has become

Miss Olive Michael spent the weekend ment, as the people feel that with a impossible to make this payment in

with Miss Mildred Ewing; of* commission government they can always -' gold through Paris banks, as requested Sugar 17 Ibs. for . . .Sl.OO Florida Round Steak . . iSc

Ocoee. call on the city officials to carry by the present convention. Creamery Butter, Ib. . . 35c; Florida Sirloin . . . . .20c
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hewlett of out the will of the people, or quit.
I Fresh Eggs, dozen . . . 35c Florida Porter House . . .20c
Beulah, came in Sunday to attend Last[ Sunday the city was dead, apparently -
the Advertise in the Morning SentinelMisdirected Ham, whole, . . 19c. and 20c I Western Round . . . . .20c
Episcopal service and spent day as not even a cigar could be
I1 Hams sliced . . . . . . .22c Pork Sausage . . . . . I7c
at the Maurice home. There was no secured, or a magazine to while -- -
service held owing to the absence of the time. -----1 Boiled Ham, sliced . . . . 33c; Smoked Sausage . . . . 20c

ColonialHILLS is Sliced Bacon . . . . . . 23c; ,Frankfurtes . . . . . . .17c
who at
Rev. Thompson, visiting
who alsoa I Sliced Box Bacon . . . . .32c j Chuck Roast . . . . . .12IZC
Clearwater with his son, is POPULATION OF KIEFF IN" \
clergyman in New York, and who PANIC Cod Fish 2 for . . . . . 23c; !Rib Stew . . . . . . . 10c

came with his bride on their wedding EconomyTrying

trip to visit his parents.Mr. I Stockholm.-:Moscow papers whicharrived
J. J. Combs and family, of Miami here report that the population -
who are traveling about the state of Kieff, the capital of Bessarabia to save a few cents by

by automobile and visiting old' friends, I was thrown into a panic when the having your work handled by inferior -
came Monday and spent the night successes of the German and Austrian hands. are a result, not a disease. They are the result of inflamation,
with Mr. Arthur Speer and family.Mr. I armies in Volhynia became Your personal influence is caused by a cold, invading the delicate capillary air tubes in the lungs.
Orange II greatly enhanced when you are All of the narcotics in the world will not change the condition; they
Combs was formerly an known in that city. Many of the inhabitants -
I clad in immaculate linen. simply deaden the senses and afford temporary relief.
lived at
.. county resident, having Apop- I in their fear of a German

ka for several years. invasion of Bessarabia, ruined them- DIKES
Cough Remedyallays
The many friends of the Sadler selves by selling everythnig that

boys will be interested to learn that could be turned into money. Valuable OrlandoSteam inflamation and promptly corrects the condition in the lungs and

Douglas was operated on in Denver pianos were sold for 20 roubles, bronchial tubes which cause the cough. Don't drug a cough. Use Dike's

for' chronic appendicitis, which was and expensive sophas, parlor suit, LaundryFRENCH Cough Remedy-a remedy which cures by removing the cause. Price 25c.
successful, and the doctors hold out i etc., could be had for a few roubles.

great hope that it will greatly improve I Pictures, books, chairs, etc., were DRY CLEANERS
his health. He is getting on given away. v LAUNDERERS "LUCERNE PHARMACY"J.

Is building nicely. Julian is expected to come The authorities kept the fall of PHONE 88Dressmaking

home when Douglas recovers from ubnc! and Lutsk secret as long as i I D. WOODBECK, Manager
his operation. We wish him a speedy I-osfible, but the capture of these two :I --
1200 feet of Side- recovery. fortresses by the Teutonic allies be- ParlorMiss Telephone No. 2 Orlando, Fla.

came known through arrival of fugi-

walks, 2000 feet of BLUE LAWS KEEP MANY VISIT- tives. The wealthier classes of the

ORS FROM ARCADIA city began to leave at once. Some of

Streets has 8 the fleeing inhabitants left their Margaret R. Hamiltonfor
Clay Arcadia, Fla.-Arcadia's blue laws homes in charge of armed guards,and You'll

are not considered sufficient by some others placed their furniture in store present located at 407 S. Or.

houses under con- as yet, and it is said the manager of age houses. Ave.The Get It TelephoneNo
the ice plant has been called on and Thousands of people stormed the ange ,

tract to be finished requested to close up tight Sundays, depots, demanding transportation to r Quick 28
and refuse to allow any ice to leave Moscow or Odessa, but only about six -

within 90 the plant. At this time by walking hundred persons could get away each I public and all former

days. down Sunday morning before 10 day, as only two trains left in each patrons Invited to call. for

o'clock, one can purchase ice and car direction. All railroad tickets were I Just call when you need any

ry it home but the idea now is to bought: up by speculators who resold I thing for the office, from "pins to

atop that. This move would hurt the them; at an enormous profit. When it printing," and we'll have it there RUSHOrders

laborers badly, as the ordinary labor. became known that high officials were Auto LiveryPhone in a jiffy. We are featuring
ins man has not an ice box of sufficient connected with this speculation peri
Colonial Hills capacity to hold ice to do his null riots occurred and repeatedly thetroops 632J. OH'pooa Forms and Binders

family from Saturday morning until had to charge the threatening E. GARTEN, Orlando, 1 1n. tlmo- nvlng tricks for very business
morning und the working
,01.1" office
is the highest ele classes are rather fretted over! the ut. The excitement only subsided when Two Curs In Service for Day or

t tempted move. Herman; and Austrian prisoners U-
vation of any pointin It U Maid l l the Ice people, who also mn to arrive again and it wan otTi Night Calls ,

operate the Ivctrlo service, are willing daily announced that the Hunulana TilE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Orlando hast to close down their entire plant from had| started a counter otfenidve and!
Saturday until Monday, but as this were driving the enemy back to the A. B. Cook & Co.
would l leave the city in darkneaa Sun. larder of Galicia.

water, lights and day night, the church goers would Christ Building, Orlando.

have to invest in lanterns, or stay at MONEY OIIDEK SERVICE TO
Garage people state that automo- Building Materials and Income
AND: '
Washington, D. Suspension of
Standard Supply Co money order exchange service be LOANS SHEET METAL CO.

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Colonial Hillsis ti ..ir Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
BRICK LUMBER Beautiful Bust and Shouldersare ,

STONE SASH pnmble if you will wear a BcleoUfictllr constructed and Rubber RoofingsCornices
only ten blocks LIME DOORS Bien Jolie Brae.iere.w "
The drugging weight of IIn nnronftned bunt toO utrrtrhr. the
CEMENT BLINDS supporting mucks| that the contour of the figure U.polled.fcllgBj Skylights. Heating VeililaUng Ifrlal Ceilings
from the center of PLASTER PAINTS 4, f Put the bust bark where It be k
HAIR OILS fff.IW*.9& f lonr.*. prevent the full bunt from
fcT fll Tir I h arms. the appearance of flabfll -
LATH HARDWARE I binen. eliminate the dancer ofBRASSIaR Work: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Orlando. F.S'. draccinr muscles' end confine the
SHINGLES ROOFING5&imates ?,?'? of the shoulder riving a
rrlk'duiline to the entire upper bud,.
l .
They are the daintlesl.ndmo\ "t oerTlreanle rarmrnU IrnmrU
furnished on complete .."ble-n>m..ln all m.teral..nd .1..I"u Crow Hack lloi>kr
I ro mnU Surplice. iMmlmu.rtr. Boned with "\\..lohn,"Ux
houseEverything bills i ru.tie..tauuog-pen.ltiingwa.llngwilhoutrcinu'.l..
4 W. ,f lave your Hmlrr..hnw you Dir n Jnilefras.kre.ifnotclsrk. I *
to build a house. -- nl,w.will gladly send him.prrpald.aatnplc to show you.UKNJAMIN .
.uI JOUStS, M Want-n Street. Newark N. J.
Prices range Prompt Delivery I

A. B. Cook & Co.
from $250 to $700


The two house I have for sale at EVERYTHING
the price of one are located on lot 78 ?
foot front facing east, with a depth
of 1S5! feet, number 41111. Magnolia PREVENTS RUSTVEVERYWHERESlaOn.
avenue, between Livyigston, and Ame
lia. The section or splendid homes .
with grand old oaks arching the .has bees for t!rev tli.Old Reliable.Urreft-MTBo* =ud a m cs,efl. .
To Colonial It is light mooch to .witch;bun enough le al.lawq On .wit e10th It
see streets. becomes as Ideal fyruilun ftlulur. 11. ce.FUll et cbeeto clotb th.licit.ad eLuDUt
The modern 2 story house has on l> .
first floor: parlor, living room, dining ouJ.1!binsul.jOs. abwClrA.luteI,.prnenta nut or tarnish on all metal orftott..Indoor and out.
phone or write room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lav. ID any climate.irosJ.Iw.a_ Writer.dgforeaeroaahw.amyleaadtheDiAlen.nofn.e.-jrllruto
atory, large living porch on the front u. lin ae t.aold eycrywhere in j- x.bottle:lOc(1 ot).25e O ells,50e U oa.,X Fiat lot
and side, latticed rear porch. '.Iouul r'AIM' la patented Handy Oil Can ZSc US oe).
On the second floor are 3 large 3-IN-OI"fIii.gll. COMPANY
42.0&ReoAowr Nsw Vo..st Care
sleeping rooms, each having enam-
eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold ------- --
water. There is also an extra large
screened-in sleeping porch, with room FnI3OU,.home atmosphere with exquisite lasting: fragrance: II I
enough for the whole family. The
bath room is large, light, and airy. ED. PINAUD'S LILACThe
nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
sanitary.The great French perfume winner of highest international Hammond & GoreFUNERAL a
house is newly painted and pa- awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac
pered throughout, shades are hung, it blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said "I don't how
electric lights, fixtures : see
is wired for connected with In you can sell such a remarkable perfume lor 75 cents a bottle"-and DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
installed, also gas.
com"enienceneceFFan' remember each bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value. Try it.
fact, you will for home every comfort. If Ask your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For 10 tents
Carl C Dann D do not care to use the entire house you, cur American offices mill send you a testing bottle. tt'nlt loch). Values Low Prices

the location, so near the "Wyoming.! PAKFUMERffi ED. PCUtD), I Dept> M ED. PINAU) Bldg., New York
insures rentals of spare rooms at I
extra good prices. Always in de
mand) or if you cafe to rent the en-
tire house' and occupy during! the - OUR FURNITURE
tourist' season' the 3 toom cottage oh - -4 -
the premises In the rear, htuuM
rehtrtl t tthl, h the DO:' YOUR OWN SHOPPING
derive a I propeHJriotittl
he mmie to t'flV itself, out We I provide the quality\ tit furniture that K. !ullg ken sea
there l t. n e traiet I'rirn, fcful thlekttt 'i1 fed ty knowing furfiiture bUJ: )'efi &i the it&nilttril fef ffI Fib If I
hoU<:ei pct!" FrtHts pf vrtflndkihtUi !? fen fertile ia hkrs iIi g@4 II v uyn'i! \L@ hef were It etherwlse.i
lust' ft etel-Hhitig liule itl.\"p tight the up| Mftiinrif lit how still in! (cr Hosiery We eftn't mike this point tee fl lwr=it ii ene nf the f@undaef tiijR

1114IWif"\ \ casts ,toms j thin feasiB: @s", and that meana ffill@hQ: any\ buyer,
: mWI the"Onyx" VALUS for Your\ Mosey
If ,IIIP" hM HIIIltlfP much reailplhIWI.it > FsI
\ small f#..h stilt j *went frlinlrliapimRallil@ I._y Eiea tA8 fUM'le yt4,1'ei I Met, WeN H
}arlyf pAltltsa' bl 'tir@ ..hJ'r"l Any CpJpf in4Mwfc! Bltf! front 35(3( te $&.00 pff r ifl McNEILl & DAVIS BLOCK

Th e pries is i fn.aoo.< : \ b4Ffe'4 ftt 14e4 Iof ...T.....! 6 *} Vv All Goo4 Pce4rtimloih

that litrure.K.. r. or\o.: aala Lord & Taylor N w YOU Comer Orange Ave, ana Church Street, Orlando F1url41i \
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J..J1-1-lll1 ]1. l atli&: and S11il1.le I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I

Worthington! BlackraanATTORNEYATLAW 1


I Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet

"i ESTATE ,Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

1 ORLANDC Phone 161
worth Building.

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime v HOTEL.FARMLANDSDROVES. DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck ATrOR. EYS-AT.LA


161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-

& McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, na



A Bath In A Tea Kettle the!L Jkiiifnin ftttttitttliHte Want R. RAY WHITEA Phone 3?

lOfy is Ihf Uf.ttld"Ult '1'TOttNt::V.AT LAW PLUMBINGHALLA8
Ad Medium in Utlltd..
; of hut \\nter t A Ule from the \\Hste of time Hotint( .11
N I ft thug nay from the luxury of |tttiut) ta -! ft fitt f.llh IB Adi flffcIt & 8ALLAH

mul t temperIn waiting} for the kettle tll liPHt It's' n minhly i t"or, Wit y to get)! hot ttaler l AT KBI'M I WittkinCi Illoik Oihuulo rid. 208:: HIM.IIP Hired? t

And yet lots of folk still nut up with thin mmm-iinee l*>{'iHl ie: tliito not realize the I (One Itoy -===-=========1st! Phone 59?,

economy of a t ((la* Water I lI tenter.A liw lwih' 1t -
I ;-Uu-- = ails:
I this rate applies op all) of L Percival I Hutton
Heater ?5; words or lean. It the ad) contains . DR N. L BRYAN
Gas Water more thmt 25 words the fate
wall( t be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St,, New York, NY

Convenience each additional' word, for each insertion. DENTIST
Means Comfort, Economy, AHCIHTECT
If you can't bring your ad to Phone 716
the office telephone No. 2.&. Accounts McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
furnace fire is by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
after opened
hot water-especially
It's the best and easiest way to get payable the following day. BldgSURVEYINt Florida.

out. Every Home-Every Business Member F. A. A.

reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man ban use for a
finger as a
Tie a string on your Sentinel Want Ad.

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

FOR SALE Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly

: WATER & LIGHT CO FOR in Rood SALE condition.-1'JU Ford Apply touring 125 West car, PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York

Church street, Orlando Furniture Co. WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

GAS DEPARTMENT 10-2 -1l\V HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
FOR SALE-New 32-20:: Winchester
rifle, cheap. Thoman H. 1. Box 12. Engineer
I .
10-21 3t

FOR SALE:-A good mule between 8 Watkins Illdg.: Orlando, Fla
and 1) years old. For particulars, .
address J. 1'. K., U. 1'" P.! No. 1, flux
JS-H; or inquire nt Sentinel. Phone 72
IO- 7-Gt*

FOR street SALE; horse-My wagon home, on harness Anderson, and Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. U H. RAMSDEU &

two seated pony cart. K.: II. Gore, OPTOMETRIST
., Our Grocery Co.. C and 8 East; 1'ine. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO . FLORIDA
1O- 7-3t.c
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

, II II 1111111111111111111111111 II III' II II' II I I 9-23-tfc condition. Write Box 567. ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl JtBp..um'O

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furnished and unfurnished. Also BUYERS AND SELLERSI Umbrellas 'covered and repaired

some splendid lots. Call and see whatI buy, sell, rent, and exchange real "while you wait." at Young's Repair
have to offer before you buy or estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pin over 30 years. Have handled over
NURSERIES street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. 20000000. Call and see me. FOR SALE Buick ;;
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS 10-8-dw-lmo. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.TRACY .
mountable rims; extra rim and tire;
FOR SALE-English Pea Trees. The & SOMERVILLE-Carpenters completely equipped; a bargain.
Garage, 32 East Church street.
they bear are very much like and cabinet makers. Screen
OCOEE FLORIDA i garden peas peas and they grow very rap- doors and windows, frames, sleeping 1020tfcTO
idly, and are very prolific. Trees porches, counters, shelving, show
from 5 to 8 feet high 40 cents each or cases, refrigerators, alterations and CONTRACTORS AND= BUILDERS
3 for $1. Apply to T. II. Fuller, 307 additions. We keep a number of :

.: East Pine street. 10-23-61* skilled workmen constantly 10-17-lmo on hand. We are prepared to furnish esti-
18 East Church street.
mates on completed house bills, from:
ELEGANT HOME for sale or rent;
roof from to
foundation to pillar
has 7 rooms and bath, 2 sleeping LAWN MOWERS sharpened and comb. Representing' one of the largest -
All the leading varieties'of Orange and Grape- porches, heating plant; is modern repaired at Orlando Bicycle 10-8-lmoc and lumber and supply houses in Florida ,
house, Court St.
throughout. Smaller 7 room Repair Shop.
will interest
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest all Central modern.avenue.Mrs.herry,9-30-lmo 106 East YOU CAN DOUBLE jour money furnish, our complete prices house!' bills and you.guar-
antee prompt delivery.A.
= nuicklv on a few Orlando building
prices .... :: :: .... lots'tw.; high" and desirable!' ; price low; t U. COOK & CO.,
roil SALE-A MONEY MAKER !small' payments if desired. HOT 5, 10-2f-4t Christ Building.
Furnished 14 rocm house, on brick .
---- Formosa, Florida.1022rt 1
street arranged for light housekeep Ride! Hamrick's jitney bus 51@!.
ing. Bplehdid; loiatiohj large; lot. telivered every day-Elder Spring! i 18-iB-lf
Terms. Owner, iO; W. Concord .\\ ?. Water Bee ut 1'. Hull & !
If- 9-Uno': Hock 1juilding. 1'hohe: 103.
Cotnhahy *
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t FOW) quick( BALl=;2e s"tift' tra@tbhe !! Drink hitler t; ,. NpHhg Wittt'h! Fee trlieu. t-YINfHt.
llnCII Oolelptithi'!
Send today for Catalog Description List, and lowest j .tjurtHe?_ 'mite! tfvm tlHY \tlthltsl\ \ "dl'ta!' : }: Hull fc, I'ufltl'1ft t?!trttl1Vh@R I HII.k.mlllll ( and lit 4tlt'tC0l1: I\ftfH1Yhl't'1i' {mhe\ inrtturse ,,;
very nh+ far @iIFOs Of ltl..hvl'I.'ft I' iF't I. l!, l'lwl e l 1U! = irons URfHwt Yf lH'fbUY.
address 1ft""s It ittlt J.tlf aer@. t ne@:; tc' f'' IIltfifi wInk in
the above whore l tl@ tunh poet grn.lunt@
to j eallAt '
prices, 9'1 Ml! 'in r ft'I'l &f a vMeilnary 1 UtniatanQf ttls@nseti!,
eka, @nr "fI"
flft IIr, rCONSCIPNTTO"US- lthhlliolld, Fufmosn,1"Ii<\ nn4
". ;11an l phy6icnl' jll (Inerva J
CAHIB" given }fefSft, hmgs, kidneys mj I other via, ,
( ( n .
I .
and fontdiseases.
WANTED ctri4t. and tleptratherapy
number of
(muted perbons. .
Cheney bujing illt.
togs Office,
... ..... . .................. .4..t.hi. ... ..... .. .. . . .. .. ..., ---- ant con'eniences.so rooms \r\\ pew\ tlome.U furnished modern rooms , opposite Han Juan hotel.! Telephone -

______ _____ __ __ __ __ u_ .- --- -- - -- - \\ ANTKH-Two good electrical l mechanics for housekeeping Mrs Gertrude : Office 617; residence 1018.A ,
FOR KENT ; none but competent need: Seymour, nurse, Jl High street, east
apply. Address II. L. H-, care ben-- of Lake Eola. JO-8-lmoc GOOD INVESTMENTIs
Full IUNTA good ten room fur- tinel.! 10-27-3t:: I
nued! house, with modern convenlenies. IIUILDINR MATERIALS AND
and well ventilated; just the WANTED-To list all kinds of property ESTl-MA'IES one that will yield a guaranteed
. I thing for a hoarding house; located in for sale or rent. I am having We prepared to furnish estimates income for ten years. We handle income
It t town. Applyto applications for houses, fur- investments yielding 8 per cent
II a prosperous growing manp lumber and building mate-
on Real Estate Bonds
Fla.otfc. I will be net regularly. ,
I W. L. Story, \\nter Garden nished and unfurnished.
rial of all kinds. Give our service a and Income Investments.Your .
!)-;; glad to list what _you hae.lrs. Mortgages
H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. money should yield 8 per cent
FOR RENTFine FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo 10-19-20t. I I in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. -
I all modern conveniences, for housekeeping --_ 10-15-lmc
near Eola park. 307 East WANTED-Good machinist to workat BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES
Pine street. 10-23-Gt* Winter Park. Must be able to The "Old Reliable" Big Tree Man Fresh rich sweet milk delivered byS.
repair automobiles and not a user of will bring in a car of fine palms the D. Lee twice a day from Spring
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms alcoholics. Apply at 408 S. West St., coming week. Any one wishing his Lake Dairy. Phone orders to J. B.Magruder .
Corner Store from for light housekeeping, with all Orlando, 6:30 to 7 p. m. 10-16-tfc services and experience will please number 583-11.
modern conveniences. Call: 312 East drop him a card at once, and he will 1-9-30-lmoc
South street. 10 26-Gt* at Sentinel call to see you and make you hard J
November 1st. FOR RENT-House on Lake Ivanhoe.one office. rags IO13lflIISCELL.EOUS time prices. For reference see the Get your next shave at the Standard
mile from city limits; and a palms at 411 North Orange; avenue, I I 18-21-tf
furnished room. Apply 411 West set out five years ago. J. 11. Mooney _-
street. 10-2<5-Ctc Orlando. I

i FOR KENT-Are you looking for a Fish and oysters received daily. BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING-We ;
kinds of CLINT BASS
1.10.6tic11fAfE are headquarters for I
little home, completely furnished, II.1. Self & Co.
bulbs aral seeds. Call in and see I.
HOVEY easy to care for, reasonable price. planting them. Orlando Seed and I'roduce Co., PHONE ITS
C. A. with or without garage! choice resi.! A : }: !
All trees I set guar- 206 S. Orange avenue. I'hone 166.
dvntial I location See suite. Magnolia citrus trees. West Jefferson Street
and Concord. 10-' tj-Ct. anteed. Write for prices. Box 222:!, 10-10.tfc
Ocoee Fla. 10- "-lmoc .Succ...or to
FOR laNTthe season, month, A GOOD INVESTMENTWhy = =
or year, one upstairs flat for light WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange permit your money to remain Hand Wood
housekeeping; also other rooms, and or rent your city and county !idle or draw a small rate of interest I CompanyWood
garage, electric lights and bath in property. Call and see us. Geo. T, when you can have an investment
house. Apply 300 East Coac,rd ave. lull Co., Rock Building, Room ;3 yielding eight per cent. net for ten of All Kinds
9-10-tfc I'hone 105. l051mcFOR : years or longer. We handle only
-- investments, mortgages
---- guaranteed income -
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary EXCHANGE-$50 hammerless I or improved city property. If PROMPT
barrelled shotgun. desire a regular Income we can PRICEoI.
room First Methodist church; tele- Parker double you
Sentinel Want Ad phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson I for well trained bird dog. Address I furnish it. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
Try a street. 10-20-tfc:: "Gun," care Sentinel. 10-20-tJ 10-20-10tc


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: and Mrs. H. E. Waters have returned -
to Orlando after a visit to several -
points of interest in the state.

Travel in' Panama I Mr. S. A. Robinson left yesterday -
afternoon for Jacksonville where he
and everywhere on American territory is simplified by "A.B.A." will spend a couple of days on busi-
Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are ,
accepted: like currency by strangers where a check or draft would ness.
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare
..u. lentiFyinll. We recommend them to all who travel for Mr. H. F. Phipps commercial rep-
or pleasure.
The State Bank of Orlando with resentative headquarters of the Southern in Tampa Railway was Prepare for

among the well known transportationmen
visiting Orlando yesterday.

HALLOWE'EN Party, at the Rink MASQUE, Saturday and Spook night, "TU

October Bishop 30.James Atkins of 10-27-4tc Waynes- ( AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

ville, N. C., who has been visiting Or-
lando attending the Wesleyan Bible
Class Federation, left yesterday for
his home. While here he was the
saving a [definite
guest of Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins.

amount each week. We
Mrs. J. J. who
Crump, was en routeto
her home in Seffner, after spendingthe have several plans. Let
summer in Lynchburg, Va.,
stopped over in Orlando for a short us explain them.
visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lewter,
at their home on North Orange ave-

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

The Peoples National Bank"It
Messrs. Ed. Scott, C. II. Mitchell,
Earnest Moye and Frank Powell who
have been representing Methodist Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Sunday school of Arcadia at the Wesleyan
-. Bible Class Federation in this
city returned to their homes in De-
Soto county yesterday.

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles .for SOc. 8-28-tfc

AYNES[ Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rob-
inson are glad to see them in Orlando
again after an absence of several
months which they spent in South .

II Glens Falls, N. Y. They are occupy- 11111111111111111111111111.1..1111.11111111111111111111111 1111111111111111.11.,
JPMOILEIOLBROOK [ ing their pretty winter home, 608


How much did you save last month
J. P. DEALER in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
The Gasoline Problem Solved
Mr. James McNeill, one of Orlan-
do's popular winter residents, who
has been spending the summer in
)Montclair N. J., and Hudson, N. Y,
has arrived and will spend the season
with his sister, Mrs. W. H.Ic-
Clinchey, 114 East Concord avenue.

Deposit your Savings Checks and at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated -t

you.let them earn 4 per cent. interest 8-12-U for combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of $ ft

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Niewey and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion rei
Strickland, who have been spending
leases a film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout
several days in this section left yes- cylinder walls and valve j

terday for their homes in Pennsylvania. chambers, preventing carbon oxide.
They were greatly pleased with
Orlando and to 5c. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.
expect return at some
future time.

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

Make your Ford car thief proof. I have Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eaton, MissF. San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando j '
C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
the necessary article. Price $3.50 in- Butler, were among the well known
winter residents arriving in Orlando
stalled on car.
your yesterday afternoon from Old Orch- -Daytona11111111111111111111111111111tllllllllllllllllllll
ard, Me., where they have spent the
past several months, for another so-
F. G. RUSH journ at their home on the corner ofAnderson
and Osceola streets. 111.1.IIIII'IIIIIII.II., .

Phone 226.
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
l821tfGuests 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111 H t++H

registering at the San Juan Who Will Be Your Executor?
I hotel yesterday included J. P. Clarkson :
L. O. Miller: C. E. Broward, ,
Frank T. Evans, J. A. Rudolph, M. T. I
Howard, T. J. Mills, Jr., Jacksonville; :
C. :M. Parker, E. A. Sanchez, :Mrs. B. Your estate may be materially impaired as a
-- -
S. Renee, W. S. Van Horner, New : direct result of the appointment of an executor 1
... 111111 II 11111111111111111111 II 11111 ) 11111111111 York; W..J. Hillman,.Liye Oak; Phillip ; or trustee.

i M. Graves, Birmingham; Halmer : When an individual is appointed-
Harris, J. B. Barton, N. A. Scanlon, .
The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It "; y
Atlanta; Henry Torney, Baltimore; : y
Leon Thompson, Mulberry; G. K. : is usually' provided in wills that the person j t
Ames, DeFuniak Springs; Henry nominated to serve as executor shall be excused w-- -- -

REPAIRINGBroken Scrivens! Philadelphia; M. L. Benedict :. from giving bonds.. ,?

Tampa. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense - '
l>e'o! rnur
of the estate, and then only partial secu- } i .
let them earn 4 oer cent. interest for
ring broken heart; broken watch broken en- /ou. 8-12-tf rity against loss is provided. r -T= .

gagement; broken eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented A. B. Vance, prominent hotel When a Trust Company is selected- < t r.
: manager, left this morning for Orlando : The positive advantage of strong financial re- #
silver, injured pride. All these fractures and dents
pass '
for a few days, where he is man- sponsibility is secured. "'

out of existance when they pass through our repairing ager of the Astor hotel. He was in A bond which has behind it the entire financial ,
the city looking for a hotel and has W
strength of the Institution is always filed with
injured articles
returning good as new. leased the :Manhattan, at Fourth .
the Probate Court .* .n -o.t to the estate.
And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. street and Fifth avenue south, whichhe '
Answer No. 3 will in a subsequent issue .1
appear ;i
will open shortly and conduct for [
of this newspaper. p r' s" ..
the season. He has been many yearsin
the hotel business and conducted

many hotels in the state in the past Come in any time and freely ask for further J -

)"ears.Ir.. Vance will return from information on this vitally important subject. '- ;j, 4j
'New Orleans in a few days to make You are always welcome, and our offices are always ,. s
T.D.EVANSJE'WELER final plans and arrangements for theipening. glad to advise. y
.-St. Petersburg Indppend-

ent. DoctorsBuekinasti'r The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& Brundane!! Orlando, Florida

Personal instruction under Dr. Still: Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
-...1MliiC _... .. .. ... ....'.. . 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
I National Bank. Phone
578. 111111111111""I'JIJ 'lltll'llllt .'IIC llllalrlll'11111111"1111111111 1I' r

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