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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: November 2, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00550
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. OKLANDO. 1.'I.OIUU.TU": IAl') NOVEMI1EH 2, un:;. NTMHKK: 22fi.




RUSSIANS FORCE LANDING AT VARNA ;





TEUTONS MAKE FRESH RIGA ADVANCE




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B. 1. REFUSES TO ENDORSE ELECTIONS FOR THE I I FOOD CRISIS CLEARING HOUSE! BLACK GARS HEAVY SEA COAST PORT FIGHTING SCENE ON RUL-OF




RESOLUTION TO m 50 0 TODAY OF BIGIMPORTANCE IN BERLIN AND BANKS IN N. Y. FIFTY-FIFTY ON THE WEST FRONT



TALK SHOW Germans Firmly Entrenched on

GPEACE GAINS Tahure Hill, but Sir John

PER CT. OF I PUBliCITY TAX French Claims SomeAdvantage

ELECTIONS IN NINE STATES SAYSA MORE THAN THREE NIL-

-- - ALL EAST OF MISSISSIPPI BIG
--- -- CATASTROPHE LION ESTAHUSHES A
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
lie further
ity asserted that if
COMMUNITY HLDG. CAN'T any RIVER( I IS ABOUT DUE NEW RECORD
of the publicity funds should go to + RUSSIANS LAND FORCES: AT +

SHARE IN THE TAX the fair it would be as illegal as to + VAKNA +

BUDGET building.spend them He on argued a Board that of it was Trade a FOUR GOVERNORS BE ElECTED PEACE RUMORS FLOATING ANEW $$25,000,000, LOAN MADE TO ITALY ++ London, Nov.-1.-A Bucharest ++

question of MANY PROMINENT CITIZENS[ SPOKE E, Woman's Suffrage in New York, Capital Gripped; by Story That Arranged on Similar Terms Are + says that it in reported at the +

ity.J.. I*. Holbrook believed that the Mass., and Pa.-Prohibition Kaiser Is Soon to Make Anglo-French l..oan-Satisfactory + official natal quarter that the +
+ Russians have forced a landing +
Committee Appointed to (live building would represent something in Ohio-State Peace Overtures Conditions +
injr at Varna on the DlaC'ka +
tangible and that one-half of the publicity .
W. C. T. U. Delegates an tax should go towards a struc- LegislaturesFACTS Villa Attacks Prevail + coast of Bulgaria. +

Auto Ride-Other ture of that kind. + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

Business Dr. C. D. Christ was in favor of + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Washington Nov. L-The New

the proposition, if legal, and believed + ABOUT TODAY'S + + FOOD SITUATION CRITICAL + York clearing house banks on October Riga In Menaced

With that the Board of Trade should en- + ELECTION + + IN BERLIN + 16 held deposits of 3iy4.G20.000. London Nov. 1.-A fresh advance
fifty members the '
present dorse the resolution.M. ---- + + + This is the largest amount ever reported against Riga is reported tonight by
Board of Trade last night at the San + Election will be held in nine +
+ + Copenhagen, Nov. 1.-The food + by the association. It showsan Berlin.
Juan hotel S. King mad a spirited talk, as- states, all east of the Mississippi +
by a vote of two to one,
serting that the building should be + river. + situation in Germany is critical. + increase of $1,2tW,200,000, or 69.9 The official statement says Von
refused to endorse the resolution pro- erected and that one-half of the tax + Woman suffrage will be votedon + + If something is not done immediately '- + per cent. ,Hindenbergs forces, fighting! furiously -
viding that fifty cent. of thisyear's + in New York, Massachusetts +
per
should go towards it. lie said the + and Pennsylvania. + + it will be Impossible to + These remarkable figures were set I have pressed forward from the
publicity tux, amounting to
people would be in favor of such a + Governors will be elected in + + prevent a catastrophe. This is + forth in the federal reserve bulletin west on both sides of the railway be-
about $5,500, be expended: on a mu- move if they knew they could get + Massachusetts Maryland, Kentucky + + the statement alleged to have + issued today. It reports kgeneral tween Tukkum and Riga and have
nicipal building for the of advertisement +
purpose and Mississippi.State + + been reached Itaggasem and Jaunss.
Seth Woodruff the made by August Wining, + business and bank conditions throughout -
brought out +
and exhibition of legislatures or parts +
ducls. The proposition was fully pro-discussed point that the city officials in the future + thereof will be elected in New + + the German Socialist leader + the country to be most satisfac- Throughout Courland toe Germansand
from might reduce the publicity ax, + York Massachusetts, Maryland, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tory. :Mention is made of American j Russians are at grips in a series
i'll angles and fion' many r + New Jersey, Kentucky, Missis- + I of actions which constitute
bankers
arranging to make a one year a great
that the law migh be repealed, and in +
viewpoints. romment cit.ze.u.; spokeat sippi. +
I battle
of wide
Kaiser for Peace six loan fronts.
cent of
$25,000,000 to
length on the subject. i\eiw of these and other points he was I + The Wilson administration is + per
1 opposed! to the resolution. + especially interested in the three + Washington, Nov. 1.There is reason the Italian government, and provides!
Aside from the resolution! concerning W. 11. O'Neal in an excellent talk + gubernatorial elections! and in + to believe that proposals lookingfor as in the case!' of the AngloFrenchloan Heavy Action in Went'

the publicity fund a committee told of the in the + the contest for congressman from + peace are very soon to be announced for purchases< in this country to London Nov. 1.-With the Germans
difficulty of
past the
twenty-third New York district. *
consisting of Messrs. J. II. Reese, & + .* from ,Berlin on the authority stabilize exv1iange1,1'INohtlslIt' j how firmly entrenched on Tahute Hill
S. llriffin, J, H, Tucker\ W, C. Esnington and securing that money$5,500 for was publicity a email purposes though! 4 I'tllhihitilln111 eorne before *+ of the Kal! er, according to it foreign jI I f fighting for the possession!' of the Village

and 1'taiik Mmltli was ap-1. I', amount to \\'otk'Ilh without redutfititf + Ohio totem. + official of high tank at Wa"hihgtohi MKRIIMI ItA1'tytlliCl'hhK I itself! is ltut'eptJltlttith greatenergy
*
pointed to arrntigp for nh automobile Fouth Carolina elects IIIn! euh4
Affording to this official his "
it tne hAlf. He averted that 4 '
git !hiith. 4
title for the delegate itUl'lIliJtJt thW e View shrirpd' hirthmember ThIS battle lit flout nf (the tU1I1,
hip
I U.'ioU'IIUItt tint be, stiltlrlptilly large 4 Npw Jerepy hrt* Hiihyr\ elef- + by !* r-a
0 T U, "u IY..hUill1' \\ ' At ;'tu Id the wutk |itflhhPil. He! said it I Huh. of the llitltmalit| :) Caps' Whit look furovettuiei 'TVttt gtlltd| meeting= yeMerdny. I the whit l III how the tenter' of the tight
leant! pot delegate I fH.Ht' all !fpftlitllsnf 4 4 44444444441ltNIAAh
Refute. the ricer. lit nhtilliefMOMth ihtf/ in Chanipaiffie: itutfut, it.ittin; =
was hot 'I"t' tit take itmtipy that WB!'! in (the afternoon 1 'lllt! )' Mr, Jeter waswall
the slate will be. iepiit.. A Illgh
i' nail= all night, the fr'ieitth lending the
itcedtnl fur : = attended, and one of (the best
publicity' |IIHM| way fiunt \ lthl"it"!! ( FUttlilllHOilnndo ; ..lilt\'I,\' ,Midi tli 1 have attacks,
it inward, a liuiliimtf He loiikeii. at t tI (or) Tllil( He faith in the report = ef the entire rampaitfn, The
"P11nih' UlhHHfh /. was .lllfl'fill I Ihe matter M one nf pulley' for future I;1tI (!1'10()N/11Wtt"hinghm ami believe it reflect t the view teFVH'e i last night was the beet Monday NM change in the Mtuatitm has been

flllluind H contluntcatian, \ front! the ) tliHIi.Jlli.. ===== and purpose pf the Kaiser 1 himself, night service the writer has seen! effected, 1 however,

I'aldtka t Hoard of Trade Mi itintfuth ( I* (Bled\ agreed! with the nth- Nov i,-Qij sHQnli If this fa not true the KaUer's! advisers for a long/ time Mrlloleomb spoke The violence ef the French reply tq

action, era that a community building was running the whole scale of political : would! not permit the report to from the 121st;: Psalm. At this per- the German aggressive had the effectof !
las, l I.. liles, chairman of the publicity "
needed but he was opposed laany using economy from prohibition and slate stand; uncontradicted. vice A number of committees: were appointed lessening pressure! against; the
committee, reported! that l"ook- French lines,
part of the publicity tax for that I income tax to woman suffrage are to as follows
(etc were being printed for distribution I be Villa Attack-One American May Belgium\ again the scene of furious -
purpose, Mr, Giles' remarks closed settled by' the voters of nine states Look-up Committee
A communication was read by
the discussion and! the question was tomorrow (Tuesday), The states Pie This committee |is to look up those artillery duels.
the secretary from the Arcadia chamber put with the result as stated. which will settle some or all of many fiouglas, Ariz., Nov. 1.-Villa has who are Methodists but are not members I The British front east of Ypres is

of commerce expressing thanks something back. perplexing problems are New York, opened his attack on the Carranzistasat of the Church here. Mrs. Jas. I the object of a particularly heavycannonade.
for recent entertainment W. P. Wet '
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland Agua Prieta, across the border L. Giles, Mrs. F. A. Lowe, Miss Eliza
eon reported that the tourist head from here. forces advancing According to Sir John French in
Kentucky, New Jerse, Ohio, Heavy are Wright. a
T. II. EVANS RETURNS-JOY AND
quarters in the Arcade was ready for Mississippi, and South Carolina. In from the east and are stormingthe Committee on Application for Church report received tonight, seven German

occupancy.The OPTIMISM WRITTEN ALLOVER five of these states, New York; Mas- positions of the Carranza troops Membership battalions engaged in the recent fight-

main feature of the evening's HIM sachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, under Calles. Infantry fighting is go- Mrs. J. B.'Ley, Mrs .A. L. Beaum- ing lost 80 per cent. of their effect

session hinged about the proposed and Ohio, fundamental constitutional ing on. United States troops are wartz Mrs.\ II. F. Sanders. i Yea.

resolution for an equal division of the Following a five weeks buying tripto questions are the dominant issues. massed along the border to prevent Committee for the UnconvertedMrs. II

publicity tax. Judge Cheney was on New York city Mr. and Mrs. T. H. The greatest test the "votes for firing into United States territory. : Jerry Jeter, Mrs. A. E. Thomas Large German Reinforcements

his feet at the moment the resolutionwas Evans have returned to Orlando, be- women" issue has ever had in this During the fighting this afternoon Mrs. W. T. Walker, Mrs. F. C. Rotterdam, Nov. 1.-From eastern

presented. lie said that the taxpayers lieving that Orlando is the one and country will come up in Massachu- bullets from Villa's machine guns Flowers. ,Belgium come reports that there are

and citizens should be liberal only city in the country. Mr. Evans setts, Pennsylvania, and New York, fairly peppered the American custom Visiting CommitteeMrs. large German reinforcements for the

minded in the matter of the publicitytax was particularly pleased with the where the combined population of house at Douglas. L. F. Taylor, an : J. R. Davis, Mrs: A. D. Cor- western line, including several bodies

that the city commissioners faceda change in business conditions. The some 20,000,000 almost doubles the American civilian, was shot in the nell, Mrs. I. W. Phillips. I j lof cavalry from the eastern front.

great responsibility, and that as a jobbing trade is very optimistic, he population of all the states of the back and will probably die. Special Program CommitteeThis
member of the Board of Trade he
was said, and on numerous occasions sales- Union which already have given the committee will meet at Col. Spain Not Making Peace
opposed to the resolution. men returned to the New York offices ballot to women. The initiatory degree wa given to a Watkins' office at 10 o'clock this Madrid, Nov. 1.-Premier Da to tonight -

He said that the proposed resolu with empty trunks and cases, having In New York the suffrage issue number of candidates last night under morning to perfect plans for these issued a denial of the report cir-

tion was contrary to the laws of FlorIda sold everything to the dealers who shares public interest with the ques- the general: orders of Noble Grand W !great meetings. Rev. Jerry Jeter, T. ,culated by the Fabra News Agency:

; that Orlando had no other rightsthan were doubtful whether prompt shipments tion of adopting the new constitution.The It. Brokaw- at' Orlando Lodge No. 20 .1. Watkins!', E. 11, Walker, W. I. 'Martin that the f pahish cabinet wee under

those granted by the legislature: of jew elf y could be made. two issues will be voted on !sep t. O. O. F. The candidate! were W. J. A, Knox, C, I,. Howard, J. L taking peace negotiations on behalfof
that the city commissioners! would hot The general tone of the bu ihesswottd arately. It, Smith, C. C. Mason Cl, F, Gordon, Guerh-ey, .F. A, Ourtk! It. it. Alhn, the ventral powers.

have the tight to I legally etpehd the showH big improvement, Mr. I In addition to local city and Country L T. Harrell, 11. M. Self, J. II MfKtty. J. M t. ftmftwrm' i H. t' Itnltiells.M0N11 ; .
tnotiey for a cornrnuhity\ building. acid I i\-Hli9: Mill, and that Florida will officers, the votef in\ New "Yorktn.lfiy and J. 1 It. llapgett, of OrtahiK --- - JACIIIlt.I.OS \SINH I

that the upMlctty. fund wtild! ,be tt=ed t share In the! general l 'loom\is bliViutl!' will choose!' it full "e=ettit>ty of and_ U. t'. Millet and Witt Wiggins, ; MVi (Utl'i (III' u\viit; ; ==-
only fur a \ U"t'I1It'lIt, and I thttt it the trains turning' \ South were! frowded 16rt member! !' eleven supreme| rnurtj of Tine t'aMle N..w1'''. Nov. I. ------f.t' Dlll'jfi/ nff
rut of one-.hrtlf ut ,he |MU'lly\ fund I l mttl generally optimism|< oter the i.Igph', Hall \1ItttPO\l1hitl = Ihdidhapnlia. won mi Chancy Wrl
j : \ tpprpspntaad'ad = = = NpYfltk, Novl l I.-J. I', :Morgan
wmitd ttnt 'be suitable for ",lYPlioitljJII"II"I..tllt ;: IftilfH t'f ooMtewllHt! .lImltl, t'lllhlithmi the la ", = Joaeph A, U"ttlilen/ nfih The ll?a 'd ef t'ounty t'lImmiiij'llt= Hulft was tledafeil! tu .lm nffiually utqf .Mari. fIt Newark, in ten/ ntund at
\\Ali mult( in evMpiivei Md ): I mtitlIllft and several Madis'.n. Square garden tonight
important
vans *, \twt=>ntyth.if) Iti..trMtIP late t He-= er* ) banger/ ( (Only' one/ of the: t hftecUr&fennt
W I' WMtbtHt' caid It would be ate p itelee"e'l ('iieiilerahle Emoted fop his reno= K.: I'ajne gf the thirty< sixth t ttis\\ = malter will be flll\\: i\tr\.I.\ The proposition who attended him during

anal Put him to attempt to anauurJuttee I JtItilr slurp t and pat run* may find trjpt, and the lair Edwin; A, Mernt f to trade the jail property for theration& for appendicitis now rem Records('fllJmt'I from(frafml 15c li\ Tome reduced ta 115.t

:! (n*I", y from u l gi"t"II.I.' I the{ ery 'Uteat for the C'hrMmas: season Jr, of the thirty-first district, I th Elks; property* the brick roads, ing. them i Mrljr; & ()up.'eal. 'and hear
point iit'j' | "ved that. t the \building : at hu excellent tore on Orangetnenue. A constitutional amendment imposing and the .1, ,UIIO sale of Orange county -

would I.e an advertisement for the prohibition in Ohio will be the bonds will be the principal matters of
-- dominating issue in that state this I business before the board. New Aerial Rifle Has Double

Taft Wants A year as it was last, Ohio is the only I I
Navy Equal To state to vote on the liquor question A party consisting of Freeman V. Barrels To BalanceNew
I today. ,: D. Phillips, J. W. Jackson, and Richard Equalize

Germany; Wants Army Increase In the absence of a gubernatorial ': Bunch arrived Sunday evening --
,election in the (i from Jacksonville in a handsome
Pennsylvania
woman London, Conn. Nov. 1.-A new the opposite barrel simultaneouslyfires
-- Chalmers machine which they drove
suffrage issue is the only one of national -I I
Battle Creek Mich, Nov. 1.-William ing army, but France and Germany interest. Massachusetts, how- I I through the country, by way of St. aerial rifle invened by Gregory C. Da- recoil a dummy and or blank to equalizethe
avoid .
Howard Taft has expressed his have. As Germany's navy is next toEngland's I ever, will settle many interesting Agustine and other points of inter- vison, vice-president of the New Lon- The gun is being manufactured capsizing. by

opposition to a large standing army \ in size the navy of the 1 problems. Besides the suffrage: issue I j jest. don Ship and Engine company, is be- the General Ordnance company in

for the United States. United States should be equal to that .over[ which there has been an unprec- j ing tested nearly every day at an iso- Derby. It has been closely watchedby
of Germany. 4 4i edentedly hot fight: between the | COUNT SCHOOL BOARD
"Militarism will pros- lated spot on the Thames river, known officials of the United States And
in the
never prevail i "I would advocate that this country :and antis, the voters will decide a I j jToposition Breakwater, close
as to Harvard
countries
United States for I The County School Board will meetin crew foreign including Capt.
the simple reason increase its standing! army to 1 >0- to give the legislature I i
that the the regular cession today. training quarters. Burns of the British aerial division,
people will not stand for it, 000. With cu"h an army end a (lOw-I Authority to impose an income tax i The gum l. of peculiar pattern I who is here.
he
said. "What we want is a navy erful navy to withhold an attack Wide interest among social workers
muzzles'point '
really a twin the
equal to that of THE WEATHER weapon as Mr. Davison believes the rifle will
any nation with a we could prepare for war no nation )Ie centers in a proposal to authorize the in opposite directions and are revolutionize warfare and the

standing United States.army that could invade the could defeat us. We could secure an 11 legislature: to sequester rural lands to I For Florida: Fair today; light, variable ,joined at the breech. On an airship weapon has been brought to says a high
England has no stand army of half a million at call." I (Continued en page ") winds. one barrel discharges a shell, while state of perfection.



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TOE DAILY OUR DEFENSES.The Orlando Sentinel. is slightly in IA I Poem For The Day IA |
Sentinel
South Florida error when it says, in the course of

MORNING AND WEEKLY an editorial on national defenses: TOAST TO MOTHER EARTH I I
. .6dIt r without defense LORD MACAULAY
r: GLENN Florida is any
W. C. RSSINGTON ......8..1.... H..u whatsoever. Jacksonville Miami Key Here's to the old Eartn, and here's to
and Pensacola are with all that's in her,
Entered it the poeloffir at Orlando MorMA West out Tampa means of protection. It To the soil of her, and the toil of her.
u 6mnd ClaM Mall Matter. would any be a simple matter for a foreign and the Valiant souls that win

SUBSCRIPTION RATES squadron; to lay waste these cities To the her; she holds Is the name of a beautiful Hyacinth we have for Bale. This hyacinth! la all its name implies
Due, t YTaf ........................ 11.00 in ft short time hope !, and the gift
All,, I Month'* ..tl................,. lie The Sentinel forgets that We have, she grants, her hazards ahd hefprUe It is a stately, beautiful carmine pink and makes a grand( llo\v ?r for the dining
bail I Mantle ...................,.. i.II *,
DaU,*, I Month ..._......>....:......... ..18BUBBOUPTION at the entrance of Tampa !Hay, A Well To the face of )her, and the) grace of' and fibre for .
glasses growing
have prepared plant
We also 1 Hyacinth
W.-\I", 1 YM' ...................... IUo, equipped foft with modern guns and )her, and! all her swift BUt flljlIefe'lI room or parlor,
.. ---=-- Fort
ALL '! : -=*--PAYAHLH IN complete mint l laying apparatus tft her mighty dawn>, wthfe! '", Mine.
AbVANCM tade I might Hot prove t'ffertllflilrh: and,! 1fJt.lt'n: 1I"ht.'fl
-===== = =- = a juaJrpM wf lug: lighting\ : ships| but\ To 'the heights gf her' and J night* uf' I'rlco of hyacinth "h'lillit' . . :\('. each

TO ADY8NTI8E8dtO.p = = it i I., At I Ieaat", some protection an.1] her renliefi!, her frpring and! their +" ur Lord Mjmiulay Hyacinth . . Iflc. each
)
fet 01011P104111. .lK-f .,,4.I. make ineorrwt the i Sentinel'! !* elate Her l turma and her frown seas, and Lord Macaulny Hyacinth . $1.00 doe
iM.ni.lst 0f .Aa e1.N Meanael ha hassee,I.1' :In.tl then IM I i>'MI p, M M, meat that Tampa I.i "without any the mystic star above her,
.eke
... ?"'fI .........'"', TM n\t\ "Rpl IIMfh means! of prQtectionyWTampa! / Tri The fear of her, and the cheer of her We also have other Hyacinth Bulbs: ranging from 40c. doz, up,
M (M Mf 4i.rlMiifi II I* and all the brave that love her :
:
Meefl.Ab sal '"L.n) : : :.tf 4kM4 N, tune,
..
Q Here's to her valleys warm, with their
.....rib... doirln TM a.R&laai dfcoowtau4 little homes
( lhauld ...tl', lh* oftlc IB writtni anItM HOW TO KEEP: A UOOSTEK: FROM to cherish;
data .! ipt/ttkm' oUiipti** U .il be The gleam of her and the dream of
r.thtsad 1l try re alar\ eu pfle. fa&.. CROWING 1'LACE A HOARD her and the loves that flower D E .A. :IbT: :

T sofa.U..Boilc...' *N.U.slop.' .b..r..c.it.d...l............... 11 SO HE CANT STAND UP her and perish;
To cities rich and gray, with their
NOVEMBER 2. 1915 Tamps stern life chorus ringing. The Drug and Seed Man"PROPRIETOR
TUESDAY. ( .) The noise of her, and the joys of her

Here's a little tip for J. S. Vernier, and the signs beneath the sink
BUTTING IN. ing.
1303 DeLeon street, the mail carrier
(Clearwater Sun) who can not sleep nights because of Here's to her endless youth, hei CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
Clarence Woods, of the Eustis Lake deaths and her reviving;
the crowing of roosters In his neighborhood The soul of her and the goal of her,,
Region the father of the Wonder as told to the council Tues that keeps her ever striving; FLORIDA
Road. has essayed to mix up in the Her little smiling flowers, and hecomforting
day night. grass and clover
Pinellas county good roads campaign Also it is a little tip for the council.It And the rest of her, on the breast ol -- -

with picture and text to "prove" thata tell how to regulate a rooster her when striving days ar
so he won't crow. over. l MiMMMIiMIIIMIIMMIMIIMMIIIMIIMilBegin . . . .
brick roadway is worse than useless Plants RoseBushes
and that there is only one kind The information ought to be of. Here's to he old Earth, with all hei r Pansy ,
great value. It comes from a gentleman ; countless chances: NowTo
of road in America-that of sand-oil
himself "Rooster Specialist The heart of her and the art of her Petunia I
signing ,
and he has used Ed. Scott of Arcadiato her frowns and tender glances
prove that there isn't a piece of ," and is dated Dradentown. With all her dear familiar ways the. Plants I
in the
cleanest
trade with the largest and Grocery
brick road in the United States wortha The letter follows; held us from the starting; I *
Bradentown, Fla.. Oct. 27 1915. Long might to her! And good nigh t city.
tinker's dam. to her when the hour is strucl Leave your orders here
If
To the Editor of the Times:- p THE BEST GOODS
the
He clinches argument by print. for parting.
nil a picture of a small stretch of that mail carrier who can not sleep -Marion C. Smith in the Youth'8 We carry the best brands of goods.

brick road in Orange county that is for the crowing of roosters will so Companion. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
place a board over the roosts that o Violpt Dell Florist
literally torn up by water. "And; said roosters can not stand all trou- Heavy shipments of truck are already I Call and look the goods over and get prices.

says he, "in Lake county the sand-oil ble of crowing will be done away with, beginning to go forward to th; Coffee, per pound _______________________________15c

roads during the same storm were &_s_ a_ _rooster____ can not crow unless he markets and from the reports bein g J. U. CARLTBERS I Tea per pound _________________________________25c 1
not injured in the least. stands n made the advanced prices over las;t. Baking Powder, per pound ________________________20c t
Most wonderful! up.Would to the city council season are very satisfactory. I Phone 509. 408 South Lake 81You'll 3 cans Pork and Beans for ________________________25c
suggest ... .
The Orlando papers state that the ordinance compelling z isoxes.. "uaKe" Flour for __________________________9*"u'-..
that they an
same storm that tore up sections of all poultry pass owners within the cityto --- : 2 Boxes Potato Flour for ________________________25c

the brick roadway, washed out concrete so place boards over all poultry. : 12 pound sack of Flour for ______________________45c
bridges and railroad track and sack of Flour for _90c
roosts that said poultry could not ; 24 pound
twisted steel rails. Telephone 4 of Ready-Made Soup for _25c
cans
their constitu-
stand By so doing
Of course Lake county railroad ents could up. keep their poultry and no - Get It, Tuna Fish, per can ______________________________10c
track wouldn't wash away or Lake v ________________lOc
be disturbed in the small hours of i No 28 Codfish Balls, per can, ___________
county steel rails wouldn't twist, be- one the night by the crowing of roosters. Quick Brooms, _______________________________25c. and 50c
cause it has a block or two of sand- r
ROOSTER SPECIALIST. r
oil roads.If .
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS of
for
had over
the same water come ..
the sand-oil road as was over the If Brother Vernier will keep a nice Just call when you need anything ,
long board handy to place over the for the office, from "pins to
brick road in Orange county so we
offender's head when he shows signsof and we'll haveitthere RUSHm
have been informed by one who was printing, Our Grocery Company
there there would not have been 4 wanting to crow he can head him a jiffy. We are featuring ,

enough left of the said-oil road to I off sure. Two Phones 3 and 200
make a picture. According to the picture Or if this proves too hard work, J I-prwcFormsandBinder. Orderstimesaving :

is all there except 1 maybe he can bring influence to bear tricks for every business .
the material washed by I on the council and get that body to office 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
some brick that was away
that f
current-and it takes pass an ordinance providing
the force of the
I chicken coops shall be built with such BRANCH
W. S.
some current to float brick heavy as ,
the roosts. It would bea
board over
a
iron. All that is needed to repair
which grand thing for the human race. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE I
these small stretches of road
Another remedy has been suggested
were hit by cloud bursts, is to regradeand I

the ground.replace the If it material had been already a sand-oil on benefit.but to us pass privately.Hire it on a "Culluh'd for We Brother do Brother"not Vernier's endorseit to TO CURE A COUGH REMOVE[ { THE CAUSECoughs Yancey Meat Market, Inc.FULLY .

road it would have called for new material : PAID UP

the moving of an entire outfitto move into the neighborhood. are a result, not a disease. They are the result of inflamation, T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pre and Mgr.

the scene-men, wagons heaters TWO-FIFTHS OF GRAPEFRUIT IS caused by a cold, invading the delicate' capillary air tubes in the lungs. ORLANDO FLORIDA
would have ,
etc., etc.-and the expense READY TO SHIP All of the narcotics in the world will not change the condition; they

been more than the original then contract.to simply deaden the senses and afford temporary relief. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '
on
The Lake Region goes

quote Ed. Scott. Ed. found the"very brick hassee State, Chemist says that R. E.two-fifths Rose of of Talla-the DIKES Cough Remedyallays Florida and Western Meats

roads leading to West Tampa
rough." Those brick streets were laid grapefruit in Florida is now ready for inflamation and promptly corrects the condition in the lungs and Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.
feet below shipping. He says much of the fruit the cough. Don't drug a cough. Use Dike's
to four which
tubes
10 two bronchial cause
years ago since Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Ord.r.PHOiltS *
the surrounding town lots and have has been sufficiently ripe to ship Cough Remedy-a remedy which cures by removing the cause. Price 25c.
October lath but it could not be had Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
not been repaired in 10 years. lie { Residence ((33 Cor. Orange Av.. and Church St.
Scott as stating the sand-oil in car load lots.
quotes In most states says Capt. Rose the PHARMACY"J. i
road at Tarpon Springs is a "Won "LUCERNE
federal standard has been adopted
der" and cost but 60 cents a square.
lie didn't tell what it cost R. L. Davis and when the government fails to D. WOODBECK, Manager

cents-a-square-road Construction company!! to lay this 60- seize shipments immature the state fruit authorities in interstate take Telephone No. 2 Orlando, Fla. The tai J :et

action seizing and condemning the
In other words. Woods compares
laid sand-oil fruit. Fruit has been condemned and OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
ONE stretch of newly
road in Lake county with ALL burned and recently Denver.-Arcadia in New York News.Indianapolis The Eola Packing Company OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

stretches of poorly laid brick road in FRESH AND SALT MEATS

the state of Florida. lie makes no - ---- ---- ORLANDO FLORIDA.
------ --- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

brick mention roads of by the Scott.compliments given A.. B. Cook & Co. SpecialtiesCustom screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

brick that has and pure.
lie is comparing
been down from five to twenty years Christ Building, Orlando. Packers Modern Equipment We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

with a piece of road that has been Shippers and Buyers Agents Cash f.o.b.Personal SellingGrowers' Attention everything In the Meat Line.


down If we one desired year or to less.take a slam at Building Materials and Income Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange H. AdC. Self & Go.

sand-oil roads we could point to quitea Investments for harvesting and packing their crops. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
few stretches in Florida that are Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

about as worthless as sand mixed LOANS PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. I-- k

with lampblack.This sand-oil --- B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN
paper hopes that orsandasphaltum Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
roads will do all that FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

the promoters claim for it, and when Solicited
Respectfully
Smartness and Long LifeA
Quality
such a road has been in use for 10 to ,

:20 years we will make our deduc-

tions of it alongside of brick. But IIMIIIM SILVER GLIDE-
*
until it has proved its worth we intend VANILLA A COMFORTABLE RIDE-

to stay with a material in units IN A CHALMERS
and thus easily replaced. TUTI FRUTI
FOR SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new

There isn't any use in arguing with GUAVAICE Speaking of Quality! tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian

Editor Woods about this matter and CREAMS. Motorcycle, for cash.
thank Willis Powell of the Clear-
we water Sun for the above. The pic- We have it in everything we offer you. J


ture Region that is is true printed but in that the piece Eustis of Lake roadis AUTO LUNCHESA Feeds Flour, Provisions, Eggs, etc.

laid where a bridge should have SPECIALTYCLUB AUTO MING STATIONFreeman

been and will be constructed. An iron

road would have given way under the

same conditions. They can all con- SANDWICH 25c. The Co-Operative Produce Co.w. V. D. Phillips, Mgr
struct kind of roads they desire,
any
Orange county has passed throughthe W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 1iiiiitiiniiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiiniMiiMiiMiiif 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHOXE 223.
experimental stage and it's brick
We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
for ours.

Read the Morning-o-Sentinel for the and Delivered for AU ,Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsI

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Request The Season's Best at the Lowest Prices i in the City AttentionSWEATERS

Without Doubt Our Showing Is Unsurpassed
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(> )} SWEATERS ,,. t! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!


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Men's Department ).:
/ Shoe DepartmentFor

Zip---what a Sharp Cold Wind
Men Who CareLet
",!. .........4 Well, its the season for SWEATERS right now, and we
>'!' 1
are ready with a complete line both in light and heavy Sweat-
\l\\
: ers and! Golf Coat us show you the new Fall Styles in Edwin Clapp Shoes
I.17 \.1" :; I II and Oxfords, in Tan Gun :Metal and Kid. Try a pair and be convinced that they are the
t : .t Let Us Show Your best shoes made for service, style and comfort.

I i f-!"..i'.<:-": 'j. .. I I Price $7.00.Other makes priced from $3.50 to $6



.....-.-"..":..',"'iont.urad.;......"' :...)o,.="-, -,\s SILKS and DRESS GOODSThe Art DepartmentRoyal Society Package

OutfitsThese
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You Must Try on a Modart
good l style' of the Autum "frocks and Wntat you(are about to make or have made will
it. You will llml that cornet lute much the .
to know your ll'lll'Ulll1oll'io' on making an' the\ fabric'
it new nu mlni?=|plays u new part in your life, The\ advantage of choking new silks' and woolen here\ is that there are more (1'011whkh

contributes, new h"'lHlt-wh'n it in: n to choose/ Not only more, but better fabrics' and III'itIpud/! !more satisfactory.TAITKTA .

SILKS CHIFFON IWOAWLOTll

Modartproperly soft chiffon finish, nIl the new shades, itl! inches wide, sponged and shrunk,
J 8 G inches wide, the best that money) can ready for the needle, soft high lustre,
buy for_______________--_______$1.50 per yard ______________________$1.75
fitted to your
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figure. HADIITM SILK- FnE (,1I SEHGEBA -
beautiful new fabric with a high lustrous Very much in demand, black, navy and
;, Prices finish:; 40 inches wide ______$1.25 green, special value --__--_______$1.00

GEORGETTE CHEI'E SERGES outfits come to you com-
range
plete,clean and intact,in sealed en-
40 inches wide, in brown, navy blue, in plain colors and shepherd checks", 33 velopes. They contain the articleto
from light blue, Belgium blue, black and inches wide, the best value we ever be embroidered, stamped on ma-
white _________________________$1.50; I I offered _________________________ 50c terial of the highest qualify, exact
$3.00 to instructions and a carefully pre-
VISIT OUR STORE AND LOOK THEM OVER pared chart of stitches and colors,
$8.00 with sufficient floss! to entirely complete -
.. the embroidery.


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SUITS SUITS SUITS I II I KEEP WARM KEEP WARM


I
EXCLUSIVELY TAILOREDSUITS : BLANKETS---3rd FLOOR

50 pairs large double bed size Blankets,white,grey and tan,pink and

\ light blue borders, heavy Heaved, $1.35; quality, per pair --__________89c

Heavy gray, warm Plaid Wool Nap Blan- Blankets in tan, large
:Many charming models in Broadcloth, novelty mixtures, gabardines, Blankets, size 61x80, kets,size 66x80 pink, size for hotels and
poplins, and other choice materials, most of which are copies of foreign well worth $1.69, gray, blue and tan boarding houses,$2.00
modes adapted to suit you. The fur trimmings are exquisite, and are priced special at ; plaid $too value. value
brightened here and there by a touch of braid or buttons;colors are black, New Ideas in
$1.19 a pair I $3.00 pair $1.49 pair
blue, green, brown and fancies. I Ladies' Hosiery

Come and appreciate them. :i Pure thread silk in Hundreds of other Blankets and Comfort -

$15.00 to $55.00 : stripes, plaids andclocked. ? priced very low
.
I Ii i Trice $1.00

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i UNTRIMMED HATS
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Our buyer has just returned from the East, bringing back the most exquisite un-

trimmed shapes of the season. The Pope, Quakers, the Flop, the Mushroom, Roolside

brim effects, English Walking Hats and Georgette Sailors. Materials are hatters plush,

pressed beaver and Velvet. They are absolutely new, and all moderately priced.




The Yowell-Duckworth Co.


ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."


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SALE-Six strands of stove
wood for $10 delivered. Address
WinterPark k Box 58-A, R. F. D. No. 1. 11-2-3t*

LOST-A bunch of keys with name
M. C. Broom. Return to this officeor

11-2-2tc to :M. C. Broom and receive reward. LET YOUR FILL f SUIT OR DRESS


Daily Budget Of Items FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
in new house, with furnace heat;


The Town And all FOR 11-2-6tc modern.SALE-One 405 West English street. pointer E EXPRESS P R [ S S YOURPERSONALITY R -


FIRST BAND CONCERT A GREAT NEW : bitch, 11 months old, well trained;
can be taught to retrieve; papers
SUCCESSThe furnished; $25. O. R. Gregory, Win-
concert given by the Winter "The ter Garden. ll-2-6t*
Park-Orlando band Sunday afternoon posed of
FOR SALE-One New Perfection 3
proved to be a great success from will by burner oil stove and oven; one
every standpoint. Several hundred up to kitchen table, and one kitchen safe;
people gathered to enjoy the music in a all in first class condition. T. B. Phillips -
405 East Pine street. ll-2-3t
and forty or more cars were parked i which is
along the avenue. on East FOR RENT- Light housekeepingrooms
Numbers of auto parties passing Holdorf ; also flat, if taken by the
through town were attracted by the I "The season; no children; electric lights,
I city water and bath. Terms reason
crowd and stopped to enjoy the music. I agency able. Phone 680. 10 West Concord
Several parties of Orlando people attended and avenue. ll-2-12tc Why not have a Fall Suit that
A number of selections' were I complete
carried off in good style and the per- day or FOR RENT- Furnished, pleasant
suite of 2 light; housekeeping rooms.
formance left a most pleasing impres- one other first floor; bath in connection; elec- expresses your own personalityyour -
sion with the audience. "Three :: tric lights cod telen r-one; garage if
sold and desired; private family. :H2 North
DEATH OF J. .. BETTS AT CO- have been main street. 11-2-lmo. own tastes and ideas, your in-

LUMIJUS, GA. type will FOR IEXT-Xew house close in.
R. L. ISetts received a telegram yesterday go on sale modern throughout and heating",. dividual preferences? It will be a
announcing the death of his that the plant; ready for tenant November ,
Special arrangement to tuitnMe tenant
brother, J. L. Letts who has been seriously pleted :Mrs
.
or if house is too large.
ill at Columbus, Georgia, for "The Wherry. 100; East Central. II-.ta: source of pleasure and satisfactionto
the past ten days. Heath was due to handsome
a complication of disorders and came fifty by
TWO FOR ONBIIOFSiSALE!: :
at 1 (p. m. The deceased had num- sions. It you.In .
bers of friends in Winter Park, made lathes, The two houses 1 have for sale at
during his visit here last winter, who of the price of one are located' on lot 7H i!'
foot front facing pint! with n depthof
join with the Sentinel in extending first class IS5"' rPt number i'till<' Matrnolm
the must sincere sympathy to his bereaved \\.e up. 'between; Livingston and Awe having your suit made up, you are
relative ; (- 1Vanta"I( ) (; lia. The "pc'till It of splendid home!'
with grand old oaks!' milling the
) ,\tpell. enabled to carry out your individual preferences
,\t''OI' U I'lIUll I Im.'IJIe"; ( 10TAMPA HIP huulertt :2! Mory' hotiep has on
((" (lent lloort |11"ot., 11\'lhlt room dining
A liMy but, plllhU'IhtOltic!' ( .nulntnn- lip I,fltt'pil (tllllill., kitihptl Irtigp' ,living, 'lutlilry, |pork, Inilpt It, on' the Hlnl fnml lavatory '- in regard to trimmings, linings, etc, ,

bile, party, 'nme In It hull in, Whiter lipf Clout \ | Hint PP|", 11'It I'I, I tear |tolih.
II,,,k )?ltlity 111111"ltl foltt few '!. On (Iha bp onil tli'iif ate> 1\:i I huge and you can closely supervise all the important -,
inonienl test! it* tile) lilrtile! (tilt l taut .Mid, other!. I slppilng|''' 'mom\ Pitili having piiitnt
leg!' nf H t Unw t thiiiiattinl, mill JDUHicyfinm ppimlntf : ( atoll water) ,| hivntoiieo'Iheie,\i"plead itl""fin tutu. hot aura. Hint Urge mill. little details which go to make a suit '

,Auliuin Ni'w'lIlk., (it T mm| I t>r InttiH'h t I .spt'aatued-ht' ] ..lt>t>| ..- with inninunough
They' wei'* very enthu ltt tU over The fur the whine family Thebuth
ape j.i light, and' airy distinctive.
I'litilita/ roatIstating that (the highways ooio i }larll
at which amp i
enameled I futures, all modern l
of this state JjllrJllti| t II| any ly snowed sanitary
which they )tad ciu'ounteieil wntth if state the The house is f ) and! papered -
shades
Washington, throughout, me hung It
est. Sir is wired for electric light, fixtures Select materials for
and ft full also connected' with gas. In your your
(',\U I.OAU OF IUTICKH) FOR Tilt: of you will find every convenience
WINTER' "'.\UK GARAGE the for home comfort. If you
A car load of the handsome 19If. of state not location care, to so use near the"Wyoming entire house," Fall Suit or Dress from our exten-
unloaded
model Buick "sixes" was
Four rentals of spare rooms at
yesterday at Sanford by Proprietor will be : good prices. Always in de sive of the fashionable suit
Mason of the Winter Park Garage.A These ; or if you care to rent the en- range
number of the cars are already house and occupy during the
home rule
the 3 room cottage on
season
spoken for and one of these will be materials for the
inal cases premises in the rear, you would coming season.
delivered today to Contractor Green. A a rental by which the property
Mrs. Ora Layton is another one of be made to pay itself out.
the fortunate people who will secure also elect a will There house is, a etc.garage Fruits, barn,of and various chick- J.' You will find just the goods YOU

one of the popular."sixes." all other everything right up to now and
a little above the ordinary in !
bership will likeFall
POPULAR STUDENT !RE-ENTERS lower ways.It among our
does not require much ready
ROLLINS A. O. ; a small cash payment from
Miss Sadie Pellerin, one of the responsible parties will secure the
most attractive members of the soph-
voring The price is A bargain at
omore class returned Sunday from 6300.
option. Fabric *
Ilrattleboro, 'Vermont where she has set, is the figure.E.. C. VOtTNG.REAL Showing
spent the summer months very pleas- ticket ESTATE,
antiliss: Pellerin has attended Fred J. Room 10. McNeill & Davis 10-24-tfc Block.
Rollins for a number of years and is
with the members of the I
very popular In 1\1
class Inwly. of l'Jl8, and the entire student county ly ratify MISS MAY HARDAVVAYHtliulU \ These include all the newest


10 Ot'fcS titiMlalltY10MOHUUW/ tWtltt; Ihe Nit other 4ThNtitittllt1II ttl'ItUltl. weaves and colors. Here are a few

) fteltl. !'!' !
Dr. ('. i/". falH rtrflretl 11* Winter1'rtlk .1tl'l1.111 lit l | | l I HuilttiHg! "Plume' IUI11 \ of them
fctih.lrtir: fllnl petit tHlIst l if the :

dui) potPhtriV MrtKlt'g" |tttetttrtitintts| l ttld Wfcht ; <<
ripen <* tlfMrtl,\ attire: lit) theftitiNpnl taehtlltIttildiflg >< Pntinl \ WwK tNealh and arruralSly l IhHUI
: | | ) l fllf, lite t I'Ilfir+
mil dime Uttky Mill will In* illlllt lhat Vigoreaux Suiting Pieardo Suiting
at "nopeHr' FALL STYLES
) fr'rtin ntutping Hill lie re Mly far luOMAN'S lHHili Oak Serge Suiting Costume Poplins
tlillwrntW ' IN

>> IM'H' in MEKT; ; Gabardine Suiting Drap Charmeuse
wtlIspm.\, : Walk-Over ShoesFall
Tweed Tilleur
The Winter !Park Woman' Club Suiting Stripes
will hold its first meeting for the current -
season at the public library! next and Winter Fabrics In Costume Coverts Golfine Corduroys
Wednesday afternoon No definite

program has been arranged and the Royal and International TailoringAt Broadcloths Heather Mixtures
meeting will be largely devoted to a
discussion of the coming year's work. the New Store. Winter Park, Fla. Donegal Tweeds Shepherd Checks

-IXTIm !PARK NOTES:
Scotch Tweeds Worsted Plaids

W. H. SCHULTZ ,
George: Morse who for some year
was in charge of the Brewer grounds,
Winter Park Florida
but who has l been employed for the
pu't'ur! as florist on the estate of
Potter Palmer, at Florida
Mrs. Osprey
1111' '' II. . . ... I.II.II.11.111111. 111111111
will return to Winter Park to-
day, accompanied by his wife and

family, to spend the winter months. Winter Park Auto Co. I Dickson Ives Co.

Miss Emily Nichols car was unloaded -
yesterday and stored by the
Winter Park Garage company. :Miss
Nichols will arrive soon to occupy the
pretty Dill cottage which she pur- BUICK and FORD CARS Department Store"Orlando's

chased before leaving for her home in - ----

Bangor Maine last spring.J. .
Repairing, Painting and Auto Favorite Shopping Place"Orlando

E. Miller proprietor of the Win-

ter Park barber shop is suffering SuppliesOPEN Floridar
from a slight illness and has been
forced to leave his business for a few

days.

DAY AND NIGHT
Pat Simmons, of ::Maitland spent
several hours in Winter Park yester-

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Favorite'Ilio .0= : > '.OL-n C =

I (Diimtta) 'nriety I IjJ

.l'H j'IUUiU.\M( I "G ft t It At AllenVREPAIRING

1\1t'I."u, 'Ilio llaminir :\ ,|rajnut.

H(1() t't.\; ('..II.IN11.1H'T'uesday .: Minnesota party left several days 11t wu. parts,
I luUtntr "Mme I Blanche Beauty
Nimmlitr 2. previous The two partea met overu I DtKtor" ('uniedy.humlc .

: Junior Matron Curd Club, Mrs (;ur. week ago ut Huirer. tovtn, Md., und) ("omedy. "I'\' I\.I Airnin," Is a specialty with ur.11'e will examine told make
J m nn estimate
Knur iriiod reels
lon Wright hnatra have been traveling together time of lutu"III\O\'I\!'.
1 Five rents to all. free on your
'
WidmMluy, NotrmiHT 3. that time, making numerous atop en
Twentieth Century Club )Ir.. T.V.. routo.
Milt lie*B, llUMtflt OH'nOI'\TIIIC: ) n Watch
1 n. Il'I.\ AMI)
The roads along the lIul.1ttlutor
route
Unity Chile: Modern Drumu.) Mian
Cordon rvwdmtr J. M. llurriun "Iho Iluxton yesterday! are in a SURGEONDr. : ) Ring
Twelve 1'uuml Look" (great deal Utter condition than I nnticipiited . orJewelry
Howell
Fortnightly Club, Mr. Jluml y, hUl t. osteopathic physician
em. ; n' n mutter of fact, in only and surgeon announce that he hat
'IhurMlaj, November, 4.KoMilind I ono or two place have we experienced returned from Harvard University, Ii
: Club MrM.r C. II. Robinson! I[ any trouble. Your Georgia. where he took pout graduate work in will cost nothing and will be
thuirmun lommittee.KMUU eye ear nose and throat diseases. Q It you we glad to examine 0
: Suifrajru tea, .v|rH, .... A. Curtis, I roads are unusually good but there U Also physical diagnosis (nerves your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
hoMteaa. :one bad) stretch between jour city and heart, lungs' kidneys and other viscera -
Social Kiiuul: ), and electrotherapy and conta. needs care and attention at our place.
tea, Suffrage. league, Savannah which: should be repaired
Iu. 1 1', A. Curtis hostess.WILLI.IMSROURL.A1' 1 understand that the authorities gioua diseases. Office Cheney: build-
county EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
+ in tr, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele. D
KDUIMi have agreed to improve this road phone: Office b7; residence 1018.SKATING .

IN LEESUUUr.: at once, and it u probable that the j

The following from the Leesburg work will soon be started. We have ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
enjoyed our trip all along/ the line and ,
Commercial will be of interest to the

many friends in Orlando of the con- have had unusually good weather. RINK. ((6. .d]

tracting parties: The party expects to go as far as .. s.- =o :: -
One of the most beautiful weddings St. Augustine, Fla, today: stopping in I
that city for a few days before proceeding -
ever witnessed was solemnized last
15 evening at the Episcopal church, the to Orlando.-Brunswick (Ga.) i _-_' l "Cr.w:' Unusual I
0 Designs
Dodge News. I -N\ "- ./. ; V
;
Reverend: G. II.ard, rector officiating ) j' : ;:
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I, -THE HJVNKX," I tit ,' . ,:"ks't' .- Some people in fact. a great many
\X'oiU.\L II.\LLOWE'EX VSIv
The church was prettily decorated $!i\t I j e.:,: ; ''' r':J prefer unique and original effects
Cars To with ferns and rod-the PARTY IVTROIUCING THEm : w., ) wall decorations We
palms golden LATEST c'" "Y : 'J!\jl. ;;: .t ir anticipate
whir scheme being :yellow and white The Fair Villa Ladles Social Club "d r J','". h r,- the e demands and always carry in
The arch beneath which the bridal held their annual Hallowe'en mask El'IW"I-\X VNCFS. I :1: ), 1, ,)){-tJ: ;' stock something entirely differentan"
the home of and Mrs. n.i ,
Mr.
party at
F - from others. Will call here
couple stood was especially artistic MISS LILLIVN FRANK :you or
ArriveThis and beautiful. i J. Peer, on \\est Concord avenue, Sat- I s; = : ." 'tr :"1, will we send our sample book to :you?
Miss Helen Smith, cousin of the : urday evening The house and spacious WILL SKATE ON STILTS \ Tj>
.
porch were gaily decorated for i :\ : j.: t!
: (
bride presided at the organ and the occasion with jack-o'-lanterns, TWO WHEELS, UNICYCLE I -=ika.s. T \1t, t Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
sweetly rendered the wedding march :> 'S"
Week The bride was preceded by the ush- witches, black cats, and owls. SKATES RUSSIAN DANCES, ;l \ \ 205 S. Orange AYenuCOLEMAN'
Ghosts, witches, clowns, gypsy: fortune "
ers, Messrs. John Lee Locke Williams -
Phone 261.
.AND THE & RIIAN
tellers Mexican In-
j signoritas,
Bland Ware and Frank Dour-
who followed the maid dians, numerous freaks, and several ---- ----------- -- - -
lay, were bj: DOUBLE FIRE ACT --- -- -- ----- -
of honor Miss Ruth Bourlay, who fair representatives( ') from Rollins

looked like a picture in a lovely yel- College made the evening merry with MEMBER 1ST TO 6TII.
their antics. Refreshments consistedof
low gown with an arm bouquet of
pumpkin pie, black cat ginger cook-
magnificent yellow santhemums.: CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Sweet little Louise Bourlay acted as ies, coffee and candy.: ADMISSION lOc. !
Those present were Mr. and Mrs
12 Touring Cars flower girl.
Geo. Hill Mr. and Mrs. David Thorn-
1
The bride attended by her father 1I DIRECTORAND
ton, Mr. and :Mrs F. A. Eaton, Air I
was charming her striking beauty
.2 Roadsters and Mrs. Sinclair Eaton, Mr. and Mrs\
being enhanced by her lovely dress of EMBALMERAll
crepe meteor trimmed with silk lace F. B. Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. GRANDTODAY ;

1 Winter Car and pearls and her veil with coronetof Rhoades, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Peer, i
Mr and Mrs W. T. Chapman, Mrs
lilies of the valley.
Louise Brooks Smith, Mrs.Mary A. calls answered Promptly Dayor
The groom with his best man, Mr.
Paullins Misses: Louise llattie11
-
tf&the ;
Frank Griffith, met the bride
lie Winnie Anna Henderson Hand Block. I"I
altar. He looked more handsome Chapman, Night.

than ever as he seemed to realize the Mane Rhoades Hembling; and
Messrs. Cart Henderson, Leslie, Earl PARAMOUNT DAY
joy soon to be his. Orlando Florida.
"- Rhoades, Meyer Shader, John Chap- -
,
After the ceremony, about one hundred I
I
Unloaded Monday I and fifty relations, special man. + PHONE 639. RESJljENl PHONE 457,
friends and neighbors repaired to the
ALL BOYS BETWEEN 14 AND 18
residence of the bride's parents and Bosworth presents
4 Cars YEARS I
Touring enjoyed an informal reception, enliv-

ened with a song by Mrs. Jeff Sewell There will be an important meet- . ,
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1 RoadsterAll and instrumental music by Miss Helen ing of all boys in toat the Baptist j

Smith. The house decorations carriedout church Tuesday night at 7 o'clock, to

the color scheme, and were pro- reorganize the B :M. P. A. A. (Bap- The International Starin :

tist, Methodist and Presbyterian Ath- .
fuse and exquisite. Delightful punchwas .
served on the porch by Misses letic Club.) .t FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL f

Marian Smith and Carrie Hooks. A We are going to give an exhibition .

bevy of sweet young girls were busy about January 1, so all boys who are 'TWAS EVER THUS"A :
the interested in athletics please be on
passing refreshments to guests.
wide tread The color scheme was again evidencedin hand and learn more about our plans, romance of the ages :
which besides exhibition gymnasiumwork
ice cream and cake. Every one
seemed to enjoy the time and loathto basket ball teams etc., will include ,.
cars. a big union camp and field day
leave. Twill be an event long to ,
:-the first week after school closes.
,
be remembered.The + 10 cents 20 cents : CURTIS & O'NEAL
bride was showered with a pro- .
fusion of beautiful presents-cut Business and social meeting of the ,

china and silverware senior class of the St. Luke's Cathe- .
Pickard
glass school in the Phone 5 for Insurance Real Estate
being most in evidence, together with dral Sunday Chapter :t Loans
every kind of household conveniences. House Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. FISH AND OYSTERS :

The friends from out of town were: Miss Carrie Dade in charge of re Fresh Every Day : Rentals
freshments. Thos. W. Hewlett in .
E. C. Williams Frank Griffith, Mr. ,
$850f. and Mrs. J. W. Sewell, of Monroe N. ,, charge of entertainment committee THE WALDECKER FISH CO. :

C.; Mrs H. R. Smith Mrs. J. P. Hol- Miss Corinne Robinson, chief ad- 206 Boone Street ,

brook, Miss Marian and Miss Helen !viser and teacher.

o. b. Orlando Smith, of Orlando Fla.; W. D. Gam- I Miss Lucile Tatum, secretary.

ble and wife Mr. and Mrs. NesbiJ of + INGLENOOK CAKE AND
On Saturday afternoon Miss Margaret .
CANDY
W ildw ood. I PARLOR
+ Hart gave the first of a seriesof

bridge parties at her home on Magnolia \ ESTABLISHED IMilillMIMiMMMIIIIIIIIIIMII
AFTER LONG RUN AUTOISTS Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches,
ARRIVE avenue. Mrs. B. F. Bowen, of etc.

Jacksonville, was the honor guest Orders taken for parties.
Two automobile parties, one from
The house was artistically decoratedin Located in rear of Branch's Book
New Hampshire and the other from
fall flowers and dainty refresh
Minnesota, both traveling in hand- Store, Arcade iMitlM'' & "
ments were served.
some Cadillac cars, arrived in Brunswick -
+
yesterday afternoon, en route to 1111111111111'11" I 1 ,4..IIIIII.lllllllrlllllllllllr.1111111111111111111IPipes
Mrs.: S. G. Dolive, who has been
Orlando Fla. The two parties spent
visiting/ her son, Mr Jenkins Dolive
the night at the Oglethorpe hotel and rurT.M .
in New York city, returned home :yesterday T
will continue their journey on to Flor-

ida this the morning.In party. from :Middletown who accompanied afternoon. her l1issIay to the metropolis Kilmer-, :: Pipes! Pipes:

has gone to visit her sister, Mrs
Springs X II.. is State Senator J, :
\\. G. Claire, in Fernandma
E. Buxton, who is well known +

throughout New England. He is accompanied -i I The Board of Governors of the Associated We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

by: Miss May Buxton and I' Charities will hold a meeting best wholesale prices.: Call on us before buying,
LWPhillips Mrs Clift. In the St. Paul, Minn, I' this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
part: are Mr and Mrs W. A. Wells San Juan hotel. 1 it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

and :Miss Waiters.Irs.. Wells is the +

daughter of Senator Buxton. I The Concord Park Ladies' Aid So- .

The New Hampshire party left ciety will meet with Mrs. Wells at l

their home on October 1(7( while the 12:30 this afternoon.

so as you can install it yourself.

.., We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

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

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

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia
Recitals Cornell Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar, Smith and Raehn Co.
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs F. Joseph
Lectures in all parts of the country. '

New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street. Jam
Temporary Address 511 Anderson St. THE PIPE MAN 1

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f STATE NEWS providing entertainment for the delegates 'vember 2, when she will be married Ito j Dressmaking Parlor Best and I
Promptest
fI
the of the
,
I Gainesville Sun according to pastor I Mr. W. S. Moore.-Lakeland Tele- ,
local church Rev. I. E. Adams. The !
I
Saved Is $100 : ,J gram. Auto LiveryMiss
$100
The corn club boys over the State convention to be held in Miami is the ;

I are now holding their annual con twenty-fourth of the religious organization Margaret R. Hamiltonfor Service
Made tests, and some of the papers are al- of this State but is the first A REAL NECESSITY

ready beginning to print their storiesof to be held in this city. All sessions of I present located at 407 S. Orange

how they did it. They are very in the convention will be held in the No individual with anything to sell' Ave. !5-PASSENGER

teresting. Christian ,Church.-Miami Metropolis I,or trade can successfully find a buyeror

$$1200 SAVED I trader without the aid of the Sen-
Plant City had her first Dollar Day On November 6th, the canning
yesterday. If the full program was tinel want ads. Remember that its The public and all former BUICK CAR
,. clubs and toys corn clubs of Leon
carried out many fellows were separ- I circulation represents five-sixths of
county will have their annual exhibitat patrons invited to call. i i
ated from their last dollar during the
I the Court House in Tallahassee, at the Orlando community. We call anywhere at any timeGoriLn's
but that is all right if they got ,
day ----- --- -- -- -
which time the successful contestantswill I
i all that was promised them for it. I
be awarded their prizes. The -------- Auto '
s12oIisMADE program for the date includes: Dinner I Livery I j Transfer Co
I The Kissimmee Valley-Gazette says Pine Castle ,
senti- to the contestants at the Leon Phone 632 j:
$ there is almost a unanimous
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
I ment in that county for a good road Hotel and moving pictures after J. E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. j I
I to St. Cloud in one direction and to wards. The dinner is contributed by NurseriesPine I HAULING OF ALL KINDS

the Polk County line in another. A by the boosters' club and the picture .Two Cars in Service for Day or I

campaign of prominent citizens is be- performance by the manager of the Castle, Fla.
I Advertise in the
$1200 Night Calls Morning Sentinel)
ing planned to bring in the few recal- play house. The canning dub dem-
citrants. onstrator reports she has secured fif-

TO DUILI1 .\ HOME WITH teen girls and ten boys for nextear's
Has first class and
orange FORAGE GROCERY CO.A
According to South Florida exchanges ) work. grape fruit trees, ready to plant. .

grapefruit is bringing a fan- We offer only first class trees, I
$1200TO cy price this season. In the marketsit Miss Josephine Drane, who is budded from prolific bearing visit to our sore will i make you a

is selling for $3 to $3.23: per box. teaching at the Cathedral school in trees of known quality. We regular customer.

Ul"YX AUTO WITH but l many of the growers are taking Orlando, will arrive in Lakeland to also have the genuine Watson I

advantage of the opportunity to dis- attend the dinner party given by Dr. watermelon seed. No melons Hams per Ib. . . . . . . . 19c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 35c:

pose of it on the trees. One Dade 'and Mrs. Groover tonight. Miss shipped from where we savedour Swift's Sliced Ham, per Ib . . .22cS"irt"s Florida Round Steak, per Ib . . lie;
county grower disposed of his crop Drane will probably remain here un- seed. Melons weighed from Florida Sirloin and Porter House
$1200 Boiled Ham per Ib. . . .35cSwift's ;
for $3.500 and still another for1000.. til after the wedding of her sister I 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree. i Steak, per Ib . . .. . . . . ISc
Sliced Bacon
boxes..32cSwift's
Miss Mabel Drane, which occurs No- Florida Chuck Roast, per lb. . 12'2c
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "THE ItAIXY A number of persons were attracted Breakfast Bacon, per lb .22e Florida Pork Roast, per lb.. .tae

U.\Y" to the freight depot of the Atlantic Swift's Sliced Break. Bacon lb. .25c; Western Pork Steak, per lb. . 20c

Coast Line Monday morning when a Does This Minced Ham, sliced! per Ib, . . 20c I Western Round Steak, per Ib 20e

new gasoline tractor engine and cultivator White Bacon, best (cut per lb. . 13c=><< I Pork Sausage and Franks, per Ib lie

were being unloaded. This Boneless Smoked Bacon, per lb . .IScArmour's Western Pork Loins, per lb. . . 23c
was the first up-to-date farming Sound A. B. Cook Co. Pure Pork Sausage, lb..20c I Western Spare Ribs, per Ib . .17cj
The following letter was received by machinery purchased by Oscar

Schmidt to be used his farm four I 1-- --- ,---- -- --
II. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: on CHRIST BUILDING
miles north of the city on the Orlando Good? I t 1t 1i

Spring Lake, New Jersey road. Mr. Schmidt came to Flor- ORLANDO I
ida from :Minnesota and is planningto
Sept. 30th, 1915II. farm entirely by modern methods i I
Chicken with dumplings, roast Income Investments
Gazette.
Carl Dann -Kissimmee Valley I
beef, mashed potatoes, green 1I I

Orlando, Fla. Program for State Conventionof I peas, apple roll, ice tea and Building Materials j

Dear Friend Dann- I the Churches of Christ of Florida, I coffee, 25 cents. '
to be held in Miami\ on November 10,

A few weeks more will find me in I 17, and 18, are out today, and with We served that last Sunday, 'We ourselves the better serve I I

old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I the completion of the convention pro- and will serve something similar "
by serving others be>i.
have several friends who expect to gram attention will now bj directed toCUT the coming Sunday.

come to Orlando this winter.I Our meals throughout the I .

have mentioned several times to OUT AM DIHECIOKYTelephones PASTE IX YOUR week are equally good, but dif- I II II I

them my purchase at Colonial Hills, ferent. The price is uniformly II I
Installed Since Director The hired girl has went-she was
always explaining that I saved $1200.Of ; 25: cents. I
Was Printed
hired, she was tired, she was fired;
course they always asked how I I
saved that amount and I simply! tell 703.: Benedict, Henry, residence. 15 cent specials all the time. but smile-you can get another by II I
A. L., residence.
GR! Bentley
using our want ad. column. I
them the truth. f.C.4. Burnett, Mrs.\ W. L", Y-l bldg. Oysters Fresh Every Day

211. Chapman, Miss\ Julia, res. I ....... .
Expect me soon.Sincerely OPEN DAY AND NIGHT -
2:51: >. Cheney, J. Y., residence.
---- --- ---- -- -- --- - - -- --

yours, 543.334.; Cook Currie, ,A.D.B-W., ,residence.residence. . . . . . . . . . . . .+ . . . . " . , . .

507. Eola Packing Co., W. Concord.
A. M. BUCKELEW. 1007. Duncan, W. (;., residence.
The Model Cafe
5:;). !Iwight, Mrs. Elizabeth! res.:

87.731. Fos Honda ate.Keai Chester r.SUlle.0"C.: residence., onice. ; j "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

449. Ledge, L. IL, residence.
700. Georgia Casualty., office.
How Mr. Buckele\v 108. Green, Henry, residence.
131. Gentile, L., residence. ORLANDO CONCRETE Unless Budded
515-R. Gordon, :Mrs. M. E., res. ; ;
Saved $1200 6R:;. Gardner, Miss Mary\ masseuse.
1007-3. Grant, Mrs. S. W. residence. t '
WORKS
THE FIRST REAL ESTATE 679. Graves, Mrs. Helen, office. from Bearing
697.! Hirsch, IL, grocery.
MAX SHOWED HIM A BUILDING 617. Howell Dr. J. C., office. 407 LONG STREET
1018. Howell, Dr. J. C., residence. .
LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM 406. Hutchinson, Geo. A., residence. Phone 495: G trees of known
105. Hull, Geo. T., office. r a
THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR 396. Johnson, A. Brisbane, res.
501-W. Johnson, C. W.. residence.
$1600. THE NEXT DAY CARL 400. Knapp, A. L residence. ,
All classes of Concrete work done. i ,
DANK SHOWED HIM THE 2 495.:>6. Lindsay Leader Store.S. D.. residence. Walks, Steps, Bridges Fountains, rs. Quantity and

SAME SIZE LOT, -THREE 719. Liddell, Mrs. M. I., residence. Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Ar-
703. Lord, Mrs. II. J., residence. bor Posts, White Way Electric I
BLOCKS FARTHER OUT FOR 2. Lucerne Pharmacy. Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellices, Quality of Pro-
wOo :\lcCamJ.. II., residence.
$100. HE FIGURED liE 443. :Magin, Mrs. F. J., residence. Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or I
484. Manuel\ J. G., residence. Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops,
SAVED $1200 AS liE FULLY 1019. Miller, John, Gotha, Fla. Gate Posts of any design, Building I "
INTENDED TO BUY THE li')7.I'ers.) :Mrs., H. B.. residence. Blocks, Common and Ornamental : : duction. --O.W.
68.J.; New kirk, Mrs. A. F., residence.
OTHER LOT NEXT DAY. 631. Orlando Electric Const. Co. Building Blocks, faced with Granite;
710. Orlando Typewriter Exchange. Coquinna, or any other natural Rocks. II Conner.
657. Otey & Gooden, garage. Plans and estimates made for Bunga-
1,1;. Patterson, A. P., transfer co. -
144. Porter, Dr. Geo., offic lows or other buildings. All work I,
I 7!:,. Porter, Dr..Geo., residence. guaranteed first-class. Building Piers Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
,,10_,. Richmond, lr. A. F'., office. 2=>c. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR: supply XOW-
You I >'17. Koliinscn, A. J., residence. .
can save LINDSAY BROTHERS. Props.S.
I 372. Robinson E. W.. residence.
(;;)::. Rider, Mrs. Joseph, lesidence.4f . D. Lindsay, Manager.
$1200 also if :{. Sawyer G. T.. residence.
684. Saunders C. E. reMd (;:!:a. Stanley, Fred W., residence.
you buy at 1019.! Stollberjr. II.. Gotha. Fla. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

:;:I1.. Swift. Dr. M. D., office. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
l;!''R-2. Swift Dr. M. D., residence. H BERRY I '
I :5S 0. Texas Oil Co., office. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

;)70. Thomas, E. A., residence. trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-
691.: Thompson. C. W., residence.
ColonialHILLS \ 10Van I.uskirk. J., office. ; istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

527-3.: Ward W. E.: residence. i tion. What would YOU do in their place, :Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
i g U26.; Wa\'s, Auto Inn. line of Ford Accessories
:>2':{. Williams.. F. II., residence. 'I i A complete -I! trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

1 5U1-R. Young, O. !>.. re-idence 10312tcConvinced: r ; a staff of expert mechanics I interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

I I I to render satisfaction in all i I. time and money to bring it into bearing.

- II:I I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
of Automobile
I lines Repair : you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

\ Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one .,thing

1 '"Yes. said the specialist, as he Gasoline and fair and = Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
square
stood by the sick contractor, "I can I
', cure you." I ; Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

"What will it cost," asked the sick I prices. 'a work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
High Dry All City .
i man faintly."Ninetyfive dolfcirs. I! gay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

1 "You will have to shade your price i I comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Writo for it.
ImprovementsSEE I!
a little. replied the contractor. "I
better bid from the unde ker"
i got a
I The specialist stood pat or. his price i For Nine YearsWe I
(and his competitor got the job.lVe .
j are specialists in our line o" I

-fitrtil work' and payou sanitary to conditions stay on the prevail.>afink' I have been in business at the I Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

.
i > same location, Corner of South

Conner, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
Orlando Main and Church Streets.
arl Dann

Steam Laundry Phone 226 G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
t Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
; T AT-\TPPFR : *

PRONE 88 i and Garage II. . '+ . . . > . Q tItHe" i .111 't _-.-.._._..._-. I' J J. - 4 I J J "



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ttiii ber La"th8 and Shin lI"'I 1 II PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I


BlackmanATTORN 1
: Worthington
ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATrLAW

lVAfiT LUMBER E Y.AT.LAW
REAL i
Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet :
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

ORLANDC ESTATE/ Phone 161 \ worth Building.

\ OPP. sf JUAM yMOTEL.

t Plaster and Lime I
Cement Agatite DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

Starbuck 1 I
Victor
DROVES
rig LANDS I I

r //0USZSLOTS.SENTINEL ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72

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

Davis& McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Plot SI. Orland Fla
'I

F. A. PEPPERCORN'


WANTS BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
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A Bath In A Tea Kettle The Murnlni' HrntinvlDlrrctorv Want R. RAY WHITE I

It the (iral..tAd Waal LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Medium' in Orlando.
from tho luxury of plenty of hot water. A+ltl" from tho waste of time Room 44 SALLAS
In n long way Ttrmi Cash In Advance.

and temper In waiting for the kettle) heat it's mighty. ). poor way to get hot water. RATESFor 1\'atklnBlock Orlando, Fla. 20S Hoono Street

still with thin annoyance because they do not realize the On Day ,..,.........,25t
Iota of folks put up Phone 597.
And yet For Three Days .___--._--..50*
Water Heater. For 8U Days _...__..._._.__75c
economy of a Gas For One Month ._____-,...-$2.30This
rat applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton
Water Heater 25 word or I.... If the ad eon DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
G a's
A taint more than 25 words the Fate 37 Liberty St. New York, N.Y.
word for
will be one cent per
each additional word, for each in-
ARCHITECT
Convenience
Means Comfort, Economy, sertion.
If you can't bring your ad to Phone 716 McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
after furnace fire is opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
hot water especially your
It's the best and easiest way to get I payable the following day. Bldg Florida.Member

out. F. A. A.
Every ome--E.u1 Bueines
finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man has use for a
Tie a string on your
Sentinel Want Ad.
Dr. F. F. Thompson
I talk it over with you.ORLANDO. I SURVEYINGPlating

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.. -
1 CO RENT-New house just completed and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
containing: two and three room

WATER & LIGHT CO uites ve, with furnished large piazzas.; sunny and Also attract-a suite PROMPT: AND ACCURATE of New York

.if four or five sunny rooms furnished WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE
unfurnished bath and electrics
GAS DEPARTMBSTMMMIMiMi ,ir nquire 0-30-121 at 200 West\ Concord avenue. HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's

-- Engineer

FOR SALE -

47 Watkins llldju prlando, Fla
fOR SALE-A good mule between 8 .
and 9 years old. For particulars,
,,ddress J. I*. R., R. F. D. >To. 1, Box Phone 72
I 8.l1j; or inquire at Sentinel.
0.:?.6t*_

Paul V. Hutchins DR. U H. RAMSDEUOPTOMITKIST
'OR SALK.-Three good" lot on
Uldirewood avenue, near I Lake Enla.: 1 1VIII '
aril separate It desired' A >>nrnin Attorney and Counsellor at Lnw ORLANDO, FLORIDA
tf taken at once, Aa the owner
I:;
1 eels the money Address C.. care WX FIT GLASSES GRIND LENS
'sentinel lO.aQ.lm Davis & McNeil llldg AND DO ALL KINDS OForncAi.

. . .. . . . .. . . . . . ... .MMMMMMMM M.MMMMM.... . .. 1'OR' SALE-Model 27 Ilulekj; good ORLANDO, FLA,.. .REPAZRf1O---T .

condition. Write lox 667.

.23.tfc WANTED: -Cle' ; n rags at Sentinel PAPER IIANRINfi
office 10.13UMISCELLANEOUS For 17.00 I will paper any ordinary
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houaea. size room. Over 600 selections to
furnished and unfurnished. Also choose from. I do painting also at
ome splendid lota. Call and lee what reduced prices. I'hone 201, or dropme
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERiES[ [ I have to offer before you buy or a postal and I will do the rest.
ent.. Mrs. II. D. Leake, 45 East Pin I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
treet or 312 Broadway. Phone 17i). citrus trees. All trees I set guar 1-10-31-lmo
08dw.lmo anteed. Write for prices. Box 222

OCOEE FLORIDAAll Ocoee Fla. 10-2 -lmoc WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange
FOR= SALE-New Model No. 3 Mon or rent your city and county,
arch typewriter. Address Box 612, BUYERS AND SELLERSI property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
0-31-3 buy, sell, rent, and exchange real Hull Co., Rock Building, Room 3.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.. Phone 105. 10-6-lmc
FOR SALE-An elegant parlor organ over 30 years. Have handled ores
only $25 cost $150. Come and pet 120,000,000. Call and see me. Umbrella covered and repaired

the leading varieties'of= Orange and Grapefruit it.. :322*N. Orange avenue Orlando.031lt 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. "while you wait. at Young'a Repair

Shop, 21 E. Pint St.

Trees in fine condition at the very lowest FOR SALE-Pete Henderson's, snowballed TRACY and& cabinet SOMERV1LLE makers.-Carpenters Screer ---- des
cauliflower plants $3.00 per doors and windows, frames, sleeping! FOR SALE-Butck roadster)
.. .. .. .. housatid. Address W. E. Young, counters, shelving, snov mountable rims; extra rim and tire
prices .. .. .. .. Jcoee, .'6. 10-31-3U canes porches refrigerators, alterations;' ant completely equipped) a bargain./: Ford
Church street.
flange 32 East
number of
Additions. We keep a
FOR SALE--Refrigerator, In good, skilled' workmen constantly on hand. 1o-20-tli/!
!
condition j also cream separator. 18 East Church street. 10.11.1mo' ''
"DeLftval., Inquire Mrs. W. II. tlehren FOil KXCUANrJE() hammerleMiafki
*, Clarcona 10-3U31: >r double I l.ttrrelled shotgun
-- -- LAWN MOWERS nhafrenea and AiMrtM,
-- ------ 1 for well trained) bird tfatf..
Poll SALE-tlenernl! merchandise! repaired at Orlando lJIt'yt'\\It. and! "t.un." care HehtlHfl. 10< -20.tf
More, In country, rlope t" Orlando! Repair! Shop. Court Ht. 10-i lmue
List and lowest I It"I..1| |'rftH>.iltani will exchange. fur A noon) \' .
Send today for Catalog, Description part cash amt real estate, Address X, Delivers! every day-Elder: Spring
can Hentliu l. io.aa.au: : Wtttert Bee er phone Gt!@, T Hull & wilt-
the above address Company, Keek uuitding.' Phone 165. la one that A guaranteed!
to
prices We handle ins
1'OU SALK-A MONRV. MAKERFwrnUhed I0.Ifltfe.) come Income Investments for ten yet yielding r 8 per cent

14 room house, on trick net regularly Heal Estate; Honda,
street, arranged for light 1 houtekeep Drink Eldar Spring Water. See or Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
ing Splendid location: Urge Jot, phone Geo. T. Hull ,. Company, Rock( money should yield 8 per cent
Terms, Owner, 1C W. Concord! Ave building Phone 105. iO16.tfc.Fish 0 Cook & Co., Orlan
A.
.......... .... . .. ...... . .. . .. .. . ... . .>Mf MtMMMMMMMMMMMMUlFOR 1.19.3mo. ........-- in do.Florida 10.U-lmc
- - - -
and oysters received daily.
FOR RENT FOR QUICK SALE 20 acre tract H. M Self & Co. 1-10.6-Uc LOST
one quarter mile from city limits

I I very fine for citrus or subdivision purpose CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a I LOST-On Monday October 25, be-
FOR KENT-A good ten room un *. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. limited number of persona. Pleasant tween Robinson Springs and Orlando -
II furnished house with modern conveniences 6-9-tf rooms in new home. All modem via east road between Maitlandand
I and well ventilated; just the I conveniences. Also furnished rooms Winter Park one Fisk red top
thing for a boarding house; located ira FOR SALE OR EXCHANGETenacres for housekeeping. Mrs. Gertrude 34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim.
prosperous growing town. Apply of first class celery or truck Seymour, nurse 14 High street east A communication from the finder will
to W. L. Story, Wnter Garden Fla. land near Sanford. Several acres of Lake Eola. 10-8-lmoc be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney
9-30-tfc. cleared and ready for a crop. Good i Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
SALE. I fence around the Will sell
AND
exchange BUILDING MATERIALS
at a bargain or for good LOST-Liver and white pointer pup
ESTIMATESWe
foi
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms Orlando city property or small grove. I 1 about 6 or 8 weeks old. Reward if
and also sleeping estimates
housekeeping furnish
light W. S. Branch. 10-30-6tc are prepared to returned to J. Magruder, Jr.
rooms; in good location. Call on lumber and building material I
after 6 p. m. 301 Veach street and of all kinds. Give our service a I 10-31-tfc
A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on 102 Hughey street. 10316t'FOR WANTED trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. 1 LOST-A gold cross hospital pin with

WANTED solicitor for sanitary 10-19-20t. i owner's name on back of pin. Reward -
.
St. $2200.C. all modern RENT-Furnished conveniences rooms for house with household device; good money for - I for return to McEwan'a 10-31-tf hos.I
West Davis.
S. pital. Miss
in state. HOMES
place YOUR
keeping near Eola Park. 307 Easl hustler; can go any BEAUTIFY I __ :
P. O. Box 277 Orlando. Tree Man
Pine street. 10-31-61 State Agent The "Old Reliable" Big -
Fla. 10303t'I will bring in a car of fine palms the

FOR RENT-By the season! month, ANTED-To list alL kinds of prop coming week. Any one wishing will please his''I
and experience i BASS
services
or year, one upstairs flat for light I erty for sale or rent. I am having drop him a card at once, and he will CLINT
housekeeping t also! other rooms, anc applications for houses, fur. and make hard
A. HOVEY garage, electric lights and bath In I Inished rnanp and unfurnished.. I will be call to see' you For reference you see the PliONE ITSWtitJiffmonSUMt
time prices.
house. 300 East Conct rd Mrs.
Apply ave glad to list what East have. palms at 411 North Orange
9-10-tfc 11. b. Leake, 45 Pine ttreet.Phone .! set out five years ago. J. H. Ayenue'1
1?9. 10-b-dw Imo'1VANTD Orlando) M040tfeliULBS 1 .t.sasuar le
FOR RENT=Nicely furnished rooms I
In heW, modern home} one-hal f S-A good rook, and getieral l lI I Wood
Mock from Aft."faol"ffeef! hear f nerpittil. IteBJohaNe!! fate fo dry. Address! its* I"2, Mallland l \ .'11\. are nemlquafieri! for all\ kimls of
the "e"alloIQI} Margaret I street.MODEL tn:3l: .lt' buthi ar4 teed! Call in And /Fee! of All Kindt
11)==1141 them Orlando Seed and Produce C@,
WANTED: lQIn de jlf"t.l.leion Iflfl"r :ud) 8. Orange avenue, l'tuH1M.. I IlQ9HMto I PROMPT aRR' lellRRASON.lJLR

KINflERQARTEN: primer;;: tl close| in with view ef !tYi"'lflir" ,
room, First Methadnt fhYffhl> Eels. an It nt once\ Slate' location. sue And! I'RICRJ *
bus lie(
Sentinel Want Ad I I phone :::i, r call 14 East Jaekstreet. ."I letter Address Buyer, care .Ride IlamrUk'a jitney ,
Try a l@':@-tt e I Sentinel, 10,:31.3t' Ia, UHf



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Travel in Panama .

and everywhere on American temto y, is sirnplfSxd" by "A.B.A.." I
Chequet. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they ere ""' [!) j .
accepted like currency by strangers waere a check or draft would! \... ... / 1 I
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare .
lf-idfntifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
business or pleasure

The State Bank of Orlando Prepare for


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LOCAL AN3-!) PERSONAL "T""( AUTUMN OF LIFE" H HBy


Jlr. J. K. Swick is spending todayin H
Jacksonville looking after business .

matters. .
6 ,
-
-
.. Mr K. W. ta\is of Atlanta, in., saving a definite
--
.,! was among the business ttaimictorp
Tt;} =-#..N.1\:.: lit Uilfliido, yeetptdag.' amount each week. We

-m
f ..a.f JUJe 1I1tltiti klll jitnry bus! 6c. have several plans Let
H \ Id 1! -1M-tf

:kj1.,. us explain them
<' Mr J, I I.. Mean letufhtHl l to 1Illl\Hlh..
t ,;+ ir )'teiiMy. afteihti'iii front'" IIIIIni.u7.

4 rwtawmp MiLi f.. ItttfM Aid,, whpP| ht has lieen t ,, ill busln@as as -
= ;
I \"!,-II .
,
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Io! --- "

;,Ir, L, J. IMIms, left yesterday, afterntwn j
over the Atlantic Coast Line The Peoples National Bank"It
for Tampa where he \vil| spend' several -

days Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
--- -- -- hour, 12 miles for 30e. 828tfc1Ir.


and Mrs. Joseph Brady arrivedin .
Orlando yesterday afternoon over
the Atlantic Coast Line from Wheeling ..
"'. Va., to spend the season. .

AYNES[ $4.00 new fall hats, $2.65, at T. (). .
Brown's sale. I l-10-31-2t ,

MR. and Mrs. F. W. Bredue, of

II Glenwood, were visitors to Orlando , " , . , , . . . . .,
JPMOBILELBROOKi [ )'esterda> )'. While here they were the

guests of Mr. and-Mrs.! A. J. Nye. ,-' ,. .. . .. .ilMMMItllHi MMMilMMillllllMMMIIIMThe < M

Miss: Krhola: class for art pupils -
) l s J. P. DEALER now open. Those bvtnnning in chinanow :
will get reduced rates for tiring Gasoline Problem Solved
in No\'ember. 1-10-31-Ctc -
--
Mr. It. R. Roper, of Winter Garden :
was among the representative _
citizens from west Orange looking after : FuelineGuaranteed f
business matters in Orlando yes-
terday.


$3.00 new fall hats, $2.20, at T. O. at least 20 per cent more mileage or money back. A highly concentrated
Drown's sale. 1-10-31-21
combination of volatile power oils which purifies gasoline and prevents formation of
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hayes, of Ral-
Y&rrrStop eigh, N. C., were among the arrivalsin carbon.

Orlando yesterday. They were Drop one tablet in your tank for each five gallons of gasoline. Each explosion releases -
here last season and were so well
pleased they returned early in orderto a" film-like spray of oil-like an atomizer-throughout cylinder walls and valve

enjoy the salubrious climate. : chambers, preventing carbon oxide.

$5.00 Regal shoes, $3.85, at T. O. : oc. a tablet or 20 tablets 75c.
Brown's sale. l-10-31-2t ..
.
Thief! Mr. and Mrs. D. Blass have arrivedin I
Orlando to spend their second sea-
.
I son. They are from Portage, Iowa,
and were so well pleased with Or- San Juan Garage Company
Make your rued car thief proof. I have
lando that their return was inevitable.
the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed They are pleasantly located at 312 *
South street.
on your car. Orlando Daytona

$6.50 Banister shoes, $4.85, at T. O.
Brown's sale. 1-10-31-21;
F. G. RUSHPhone <
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Entrican and " " " " " " " " 1_
son, Master Clifford, arrived home

226. yesterday from a very pleasant recre- I111111 II IIII .t II-M-" 1 .11. :-. .It 11.1 1I11I111111111111 1 I 1 1111111 C"M++t
ation trip North. They were absent
four months, the of
greater
part
which was spent in and around Pitts- Who Will Be Your Executor?
burgh. They are again occupyingtheir
attractive home on Grand ave-
nul' ANSWER NO. 2

Your estate be materially impaircc as a sMussrht'aN. +, M
-- - -- - Now is the time to take dress mak- may i '
result of the appointment of an executor
ing and do your winter sewing. :Miss direct
'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" IIIIII'IJ"J..i. Echols uses best French books and is or trustee.
.. responsible for style and fit of dresses. rt
1 tudio 505 South Main. Phone 65' When an individual is appointed- : isr
l-10-31-6tc is generally weaker. Y ,
I The financial responsibility -

W. C. T. U. NOTES It is usually provided in wills that the person
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused :-t.. t
t REPAIRINGBroken I This week only to finish prepara- from giving bonds. G ' 1'wlMsw.r.When :

tions for the state convention of the surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex"w
W. C. T. U. A liberal supply of "wel- pence of the estate, and then only partial secu- ' : sr
come" banners and have
ring, broken heart; broken watch, broken engagement been secured by our local pennants dealers. Let rity against loss is provided. '
When Trust Company is selected-
; broken eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented rour hospitality be demonstrated and a
r
let it be second to none. The positive advantage of strong financial re : 1
silver, injured pride. All these fractures and dents "
pass is secured.A { '
We mean to have our visitors go sponsibility t
out of existance when they pass through our repairing back to their homes loud in their bond which has behind it the entire financial
praise of Orlando's cordiality. Decorate strength of the Institution is always filed with
department-the injured articles returning good as new. ( now. Watch the appearance of the Probate Court .t nn rout* to th- estate.n'wt r'
And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. the different demonstrations of the .
Ko. 3 will a subsequent issue
\ r appear in
departments of the W. C. T. U. work.
of this newspaper.
..
NOTICE
Owing to the increase of our business '1
;
Come in time and freely ask for further z
I we find i it necessary to move mt any z-
II I arger quarters. We are moving this information on this vitally important subject j
week from No. 10 East Church street You are always welcome and our office's are always L-4 +
T. H. ;McXair: Lumber Co's yards, anr glad to ad,nse.*
EVANSi:age.will appreciate KAN'SClfBACH your continued CABINET patron Cry

-i-l1-' -t.tc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JEWELER DoctorsBuekmiister

& Orlando Florida
BnindnjiiOSTEpPATHS ," ,


..I Personal instruction under Dr. StiL' Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
tt Kirksville: Mo.
""' .la"'III.I.'I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII'IIII.f 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People*
National Bank. Phone 678. It I .1. . . . . . . 1 . I . . . . ,.{,.... I 1. t 1111. I 1 111111 .1111111111'. II .



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