Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00552
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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 4, 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: VID00552
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Nov. 3.-War depart- department that an emergency ailment
officials said tonight that Genthority ought to be invested in the

Thought Of Serious Peace, He Says, Is eral Funston, in command on the Me- American commander on the border Germany Is Incensed At His Action On
ican border will not be given authorbecause attacks may be madeit

} to pass over into Mexico and supon the American side and occasions
"Unfortunately Distant"Germany The Cavell Execution
press the firing which endangers the might arise demanding: the immediate
Americans on this side of the line. A pursuit of Mexican soldiers into their

Must Evacuate AH Martyred Countries, Including request was received from General own territory. It was explained that Announcement Interpreted to Mean That Germany Has Asked for
Fun ton today asking such permisin the event of a night attack on
Serbia, Must Cease to Preon People, and Must Be I: Whitlock's Recall)) and That l'. S. Complied With the
sion. The situation was considered by American troops it would be impos-
Whipped Before France Can Agree to Talk Secretary Garrison and, it is said, also sible to act as the occasion demandedby Request;-BUsing Asphyxiating Gass Ger-

Peace-Unanimous Vote of Con- President \\ lson. if it were necessary to telegraphIt mans Succeed in Piercing French Line
has been pointed out to the war Washington and await an. answer.TUESDAY'S .
dente in New Ministry and Gaining Hill 199

Paris, Noc. 3.-An announcement of tremendous importancewas Washington Nov. 3.-The state department late today an-

made in the chamber of deputies today by Premier Briand, VOTE ORANGE E CO. GETS nounced that Brand Whitlock, the American minister to Belgium

who said that France was not continuing the war with any ideas i is coming to the United States for a two months leave of absence

of conquest."I on account of ill health. Coming as it does on the heels of bitter

refuse!' to believe," he said, "that my country will allow pettyor criticism in Germany on Whitlock's reports of the execution of
egotistical aims to influence her at the moment of a discussionof AHARDSLAPATPRES. BIG INCREASE Miss Edith Cavell, the announcement has created a sensation in

peace. When that moment arrives there will be no room for Washington. It was interpreted at once that Germany had asked
tyrannical thoughts." the recall of Mr. Whtilock and that the United States had complied

Premier Briand also said that the day for serious peace talk with the request. So far as can be ascertained, this opinioni
was "unfortunately distant." The earliest moment for a discus- WILSON STATE i supported only by circumstantial evidence.

sion of peace, Premier Briand said, would be "when Germany has SFROM

evacuated all the martyred countries, including Serbia, when she Germans Use! Gas and Gain

, has ceased to be a people of prey and when she will be unable fora SUCH IS PRIVATE OPINION [ DS FOR EDUCATIONAL London, Nov. 3.-Dashing from their trenches behind cover ofa

long number of years to trouble the peace of the world again." OF DEMOCRATIC PURPOSES cloud of asphyxiating gas the Germans today succeeded in pierc-
Following Pre n'r Briand's speech a vote of confidence in the ing the French line on Hill 199, the important height in the Mas-

rew ministry w, en in the chamber of deputies tonight. It STATESMEN GAIN $2,000 siges sector of the Champagne region. The attack, which was

was almost unr- '1'"( as, being 515 to 1. m;the on a wide front, succeeded only at one point, according to a

--- --- Paris communique tonight. Heavy fosse are being inflicted OM
"Black Hund ed" I-r- es "rc'-mation the dense masses of attacking troops on the other sections.

Petrog(". ::o.... *J.-.\ -c ir ng to MINNESOTA TOURISTS ARE Against this German success, which is admitted by Paris, the

the newspaper :rich, ;lc '>r" ', k Hun- Of Democratic Politicians-Hut Compared With $_;:32: for French regained 100 yards of trenches along the Souchez brook-
dred" has issi "d a prolamation ordering north of the village of that name in the Artois sector.RRFAJERFDX .
a Jewish POCTOT: at Odessa. NEARING FINISH Republicans Say Attackson Last Year-Total Enrollment

The "Black Hundred" is a powerful AdministrationGave Orange Co. Is MINOR LEAGUES TO STOP BARNSTORMING =

to secret the Jews.society in Russia antagonistic PASS THROUGH; ORLANDO Strength 3,216-; Big Gain I VERJUBllEE lAST NIGHT I I

EN ROUTE TO CROOKED Washington, Nov. 3.-A careful canvass J. N. Sheats, state superintendentof I I I Chicago, Nov. 3.-That the minor
SEAHS UICo) ltxnsRGYLE LAKE j leaguers will do their share towards
FOR WINTER of Democratic statesmen and political public instruction, yesterday noti-
FOR POSTMASTERWest leaders today indicates beyond fied Dr. J. McKmnon: superintendent I putting a stop to post season barn-

Complete 1,700 Miles Without all question that they regard the re- of public instruction in Orange INSPIRING PROGRAM RENDERED storming tours and games, became

Palm 1 ech. Fla.Congressman I known today when the vanguard offellows"
Trouble-Belie\e Florida sults of yesterday's elections as mos: county, that the semi-annual appor-
W J. Se'"s telegraphed here of IN HIS HONORAT "little came to town en routeto
discouraging.While tionment one mill of the state tax
last night: from Tallahassee that he Faces Banner Winter funds for ST. JOSEPH'S San Francisco, where the 1915
publicly they excuse the results Orange county amounted to
has sent the na,-2 of J. D. Argyle to Season This Year by attributing them to local con- $3,192.75. Last year at the same time meeting of the National Associationof

Washington for appointment as post. ditions, they privately agree that the the apportionment was $2,232.30, a Was Presented With Purse of Minor Leagues will be held, start-
master here to fill the vacancy caused Following a tour of more than vote hard the net of ; Siher ing Tuesday.
Tuesday was a slap at gain $960.This showing is -WTas Ordained to
by the suspension of former Postmaster 1,700 miles Mr. George L. Swift and Wilson administration. very gratifying and means an addi- Priesthood 25 Years Among the nagnates who spoke of

Guy I. Metcalf, who is now awaiting family, of St. Paul, and Mr. Linton Republicans on the contrary say tion of nearly $2,000 from the state the minors' intention to suppress postseason

trial in the United States court B. Swift, of Minneapolis, arrived in hat wherever a hct campaign was for the entire year. The apportionment Ago at Rome exhibitions that may be morea
next April. He is charged with misappropriating Orlando yesterday afternoon in an the based I menace than a boost for the pas-
conducted the
waged fight
t was on national is partially on average -
postoffice funds. Argyle Overland automobile, and with more issues and their attacks on the attendance in each county. Last night in St. Joseph's Academy time, was President T. M. Chivington,
is a Floridian, born in Tallahassee. than 100 other residents of the Twin administration's the increase pupils of that school, under the direc- of the American Association.An .
policy brought them Consequently in apportionment -
lie has lived here for fifteen shows tion of the Sisters, rendered a most "all star" team arrayed againsta
strength. a decided increasein
years, and is a carpenter by trade. Crook-ed attendance. The delightful program incidental to the colored club in Indianapolis recently
county in
I gain observance of the silver
jubilee espe- became involved in which
easy arguments
,otal enrollment for
VETERAN NEW SPAPER MAN AMI and occupied about three weeks. Whites cially arranged in honor of Father started a near riot. Hence Chivington -
133 79. The
: ; Negroes,
WIFE IX ORLANDO I I Many cities and interesting places JETER MEETINGS gain in average attendance is: Whites, Fox. The exercises were very pretty is interested in passing a law
were visited en-route. :Mr. Swift who and interesting, also very inspiring against indiscriminate barnstorming.A .
I Ififi, and negroes, 71. The total enrollment .
Many friends of :Mr. and :Mrs. J_ R. I is in the advertising business at St. A great "mothers' meeting," a feature for both whiten and and quite in accord with the spirit of
!' negroes;
Sage: are pleased to see them againat Paul stated that the roads between of the Holcomb-Jeter revival -I-o" the o'uion.Ir.: Cestia Lawton Fang: $7,9MOII: : "WAR IMIDK"
!'! the gratifying!: figures!' of 3.216.
their winter home, 720 Central avenue I:Minnesota and Florida were thronged drew a large crowd yesterday after- the several selections in his usual splendid .
tota1'erage attendance l being
after spending the summer in with motorists who will spend the noon to hear Mr. Jeter talk on Ioth. manner. New York.The Pennsylvania! railroad
2,31The; attendance of
Des Moines, Iowa. :Mr. Sage was fur I winter in this state. lie declared that er, Home and Heaven." His picture whiles is average At the conclusion of the exercises emerged AS a "war bride" yesterday *
710: cent of the total
twenty years at the head of the I Florida would have a banner reason, work and music were in line with his per Prof. W. J. Stanley, In charge of the showing that Its railway op-
weather and crop bureau service in Roads throughout the North are in beautiful theme.At and for the negtoei is!.' 71 (per cent commercial department of the Orlando crating Income for September wa
of the total enrollment.Mt'MtlAN
Iowa, mul in today one of the best I excellent condition hut Mr. Swift asierteil !- night to the largest nu
Informal mm on matter of general that Florida hlghNtiys were the week :Mr. llotromli ptptichrd on remarks! presented' n silver purse tl' | 'n nature of nay persons that we know' 'the bent nf the lot. lie had been to on the "$nuree of Mn, the t'hnrnctcr KIMt'KNS: TO Olt.) I'ttther I'ox. in ipnimnillntf Father The compunv.''* ntnttrnent t>ud! the

of Tor fifteen years lu was. c,HItW- I'C tMntulo. define but nhuiy spends| the ..f Sin, the Fatality' nf sin and l the LAN IK Pox expieMed his |l'I'lIrlluollt'.t| thanks. triuif
edlilt! the t'hl'naru 11I1'roO'rllll, winter nt looked Luke with his ItPnteily l: for Sin" It wits n great *ermm sod ,,'n. overwhelmed by the goal heavy tr"lfi In the tl4i tmi

eight of them tit tin'I rttimdty ufiiitl editor many fiU-iuU, Ito mlmlttpil that Oi= ), faulting( In deep 'ol\'l\'tlO"\fll! 1\\|he* and sentiments *>pr....M'l, lie part of the country, largely as a r@suit
writer. lands v\n one of the tll\'oit\ gibes in several l j professions l of faith in l'hri..t. pent at his oM! home in Sliamnkln.. -poke briefly vet hU talk was touching of the shipment uf material of

'the country nod undoubtedly one of there are only two more days till P.,.. Mike iesh..ek i U again in Orlando not 'filled with gratefulness every kind manufactured) for u>e in

\T MASONIC) SCHOOL) OP I INSI the inokt Uwutlful.MF.SSRS. '. meeting close, anti for each evening where he hopes to remain duringthe For tWt'nty.threeeI1U Father Fox European countries"
'KlTl: ION a sptcial service U planned. season :Mike H one of the best has lived) in Orlando and by his teach- I
and) noble life has enriched the ([ASKED 10 ]DELIVER: : CHARGE TO
: : : IOIIOON KNJO\: M-IT: Today, services at 3 p, m. performers on bras instruments that nig
Mr. Kendrkk Guernsey went up to 1 ROM Oil) FRIEND: : Fraternity Night has been in this: city for some dajs community. Twenty-five years ago PASTORIr
Sanford! vesterday rooming where he Tonight is to be fraternity night, lie affiliated with the Orlando Cor- he was ordained to the priesthood at
and invitation has been net Band when that organization Rome, and a few years later was assigned I J. F. McKmnon, superintendentof
will remain until some time Friday, :Mr. Carl Krippendorf, a prominent an urgent extended was
attending a school of instruction in I .n">"vfirturer of shoes in Cincinnati, to all lodges, secret and fraternity considered one of the best in the to Orlando, remaining here public instruction in Orange coun-
ty, has been invited by the DeFuniak
Masonry, at which several of the Ohio, who has been spending the past organizations and organized state He is looking for a position ever since. His friends are legion
prominent leading shining lights in three weeks with his old friends II Bible classes to attend. Indicationsare which will enable him to remain here The attendance at last night's silver Springs Presbyterian church to deliver -
the charge to the pastor on November -
fraternalism are participating. Prof.J. Messrs. Robert and Allan Cohoon. left that many will accept and that a lie is not afraid to work and is pro- jubilee was very good. .
14 at the installation of Rev.D.
W. Simmons and Mr Ed. Allen ex- yesterday afternoon over th eAtlantic great crowd will be present. ficient as a clerk in a grocery storeor
J, Curry, who has recently accepted -
to to the Celery City todayin "Safety First" meat market.
pect go up Coast Line on his return home. While .
a call from Dublin, Va. The synod
their and will be accom- here Mr Krippendorf took several will be the preacher's theme for Friday FOR ORLANDO DEC. 1
sever' of South Carolina will also meet at
panied by of their friends. verj successful fishing:: trips to nearby night, the closing service of themonth's HAS 34,000 SIGNERS TO CALL
W. J. Hamrick, the jitney bus man, DeFuniak Springs: Tuesday, November -
lakes and one to Boca Grande on thegulf. series. This is to be automo- SESSION
Studebaker Dr. McKmnon
announces that the new 1916 16. expects to be
lie is "ermuch pleased with jitney bus which has been or- present.
Florida and enjoyed: his vacation in I St. Petersburg, Fla.-While he is dered is due to arrive about December
the six bids submitted to the this section immensely. OUT OF DANGER away Mr. Wood will do a little quiet 1. The new bus will hold twenty REASON FOR ELECTRIC TROU-

Board of CountCommissioners this missionary work for his plan of call and will be a great addi BLE TUESDAY:
week for the $75,000 road bonds the JOHNNY JONES SHOWS IN WINTER Douglas Williams, son of :Mr. and ing a special session of the legislature tion passengers to Orlando. Judging from pres-

Peoples National Bank was the successful QUARTERS; NO\ :23 Mr'. F. H. Williams, who was injuredsome to enact a law putting county officialson ent patronage Mr. Hamrick will havea While having trees trimmed near
bidder, who in turn sold the in basis. to his on South Orange
time ago an auto mishap, is a salary Signatures a good business when the new bus property avenue
bonds to the Toledo company. Mr. E. A. Kennedy, advance agent considered to be out of danger and on petition calling for a special session arrives. Tuesday H. H. Dickson's workmen inadvertently -

for the Johnny J. Jones Shows, was the road to complete recovery. bearing approximately thirty-four caused a short circuit of
AT MASONIC SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION in Orlando )'esterdamakinJ:'arrangements thousand names have already been NOTICE electric wires by allowing a branchto

I for the shows to go into winter ANOTHER OKLAHOMV.\ K forwarded to Governor Trammell. fall onto the wires. The Orlando

quarters in this city about November ROBBERY I All members of the Loyal Order of Water and Light company soon found

Messrs. Warlow, Massey, Payne, 28. The agg--"cation will close the II IN SHERIFFS OFFICEP. Moose, Orlando Lodge No. 766, will the trouble and service was quickly

Guernsey, Thornton, Dow, McKevitt, season in Ocala on the 27th. Mr. Ken- Winona, Okla.-Two men. heavily please meet tonight at 7 o'clock at restored.

and Hamrick attended the Masonic nedy and the Johnny J. Jones armed and masked, held up the cash }I. Moseley is now office deputy I'the hall for the purpose of attending

school of instruction at Sanford yes- are well known in this city. Shows I ier of the First State bank here, secured for Sheriff Gordon. Mr. Moseley has I fraternal service at the Methodist- Records Columbia from Grafonola 15c. up. reduced Come and to hear$15.

terday. make their seventh season. $1,200 and made their escape. been with County Engineer Ramsey. I Ii,church. them. Curtis & O'Neal.

R- 1.10.-.... [;;If ", : a

THE DAILY 1 I\' LII'I.1ND 1.KT:I.IVKL: I IA Poem For The Day I

South Florida Sentinel Watch out for the man who is: trying j

MORNING AND WEEKLY to take the joy out of life. Tento THE: lilt;II COST OP LIVING MACAULAY

.'!. GLENN: " ... .. .... .....Editor one he is a reformer for revenue LORD
* C KSSIMiTON: .Buiinru. Manager make things I'm jest a little kid of nine I
only, who is trying to
- ,
- And don't know much IIf life.
Entered at th. pe.tofre at Orlando Horton appear worse than they really are in Rut pa i it alwuz talkm' '''out I
M Second Claw Mail Matter. order to make a place for himself at These days of auful strife. I
j is the name of a beautiful 'acinth we have for sale This hyacinth is all its name im
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:: the public pie
The ........................ 15.00 to fight He works all day and then cornea I
Dalt Daily,. I 1 Month. ...................... 1.50 He'll get up an organization home II I plies. It is a stately, beautiful carmine pink, and makes a grand flower for the dinirg
Daily. I Month ...................... 1.25 something that gives pleasure to oth- To ma and sis and me. ;
...................... .50 I
Dan,. I Month ers-whether it's dancing, such as the Pa often is all tired out I room or parlor. We also have Hyacinth glasses and prepared plant fibre for growing

Wee..l,. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 young folks enjoy, or playing cards, It's very plain to see. I

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS\ PAYABLE IN which maybe some of the matrons And when at meal time I don't eat same.

ADVANCE: like or baseball, or any other enjoyment The meat,_but )let.it !lie. I Price of Hyacinth glasses _ _ .l-,._ hLord

TO iDYKKTISKKSi in which normal, healthy human Pa That says meat so fiercely cost' money, look here to buy.son I !,r I ) a ul--II;: );;iti;; : : : : : : lOc.: each
beings indulge. 'I I

CP7.rtUU far( aaat*UpUy k handed and all la at other tile kaodactl4T kaalacaaOca The first thing such a man does is When ma goes shopping', buys a I Lord Macaulay Hyacinth . . . $1.00 doz.

of th. Scatiael not later than X .. a*. to go or write to the capital to pre- hat,
Ik* dav hefr puMleatto*. This rmU appUeato vent the of a bill by which Pa says: "My specks I've lost I We also have other Hyacinth Bulbs ranging from 40c. doz. up.
if la passage
t contract adTcrthtar;
ckaacM t looks
It makes no diff'rence how it ,
Tariakia and will ... strictly adhered t. the people will get some enjoyment. But tell me what it cost. I|
will to have things prohibited.He .
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dt coodnud He try
should notify the office in writing on is always trying to prevent some- How can a kid of nine like me
the date of expiration otherwise it will be this kind ofa Take in what the grown folks DE. T
eontinned at the regular! subscription rate.Dntil thing. Did you ever see ? ..

Telephone notice Nsak-r to .top .is..received,.. ',.. ,........,.. 24 reformer trying to have a bill I ain't say alwuz goin' to be young,
passed that would enable people to And then I'll know some day. "The Drug and Seed Man'
THURSDAY, :NOVEMBER, 191;) enjoy life? Never! His sole idea is o

to force through the legislature or GOOD GAME TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY PROPRIETOR

A flirt and her conscience are soon the city council a blue law to make AT TAMPA

divorced. other people live according to his CITY DRUG STORE

a ideas, or prevent the passage of other Tampa, Fla., Nov. :3.-One of the

We are now enjoying the loveliest laws introduced by other people who hardest fought games on the local ORLANDO FLORIDA
weather imaginable. may want to live differently.The gridiron is promised for Saturdaynext .
world is sad enough without when the Orlando high school ..
o 1It, -.41 J
losing our pleasures. There is no team will stack up against the lIiUsI I 17'
Warding houses are
Hotels -- --
place in these red-blooded days for borough eleevn. This club will take -
rapidly filling up. blue laws. The pasty-faced complexion the place of the Summerlin Instituteon .JI..I.II.IIIIIIIIIIIII. .II .II..IIII.a.lllll.
a Auto LiveryPhone
has gone out of style and the the schedule, according to the an-
But a man isn't necessarily honest ruddy glow of health tells that we are nouncement of Manager Pemberton.In It- Begin NowTo
just because he is poor.Don.t I 632
living the right way. The healthyman times gone by the Orlando team

o and woman who loves life and has been one of the strongest Hills- \ J. E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.
make the mistake of tryingto it trade with the largest and cleanest Grocery in the
the good things he can pet from borough has gone up against. Although :
correct the mistakes of your is a better citizen by far than the dys- it.has been missing from the Two Cars in Service for Day or i, city.

friends.A peptic and selfish reformer who is reforming schedule for some time it is said that I Night Calls : THE BEST GOODS

D to for a living or to make other this year's eleven has developed con- i : \Ve carry the best brands of goods.
seldom lives long
dislike people as miserable as himself. siderable skill and has a good line-up. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
understand why his neighbors
o The local team is being drilled not
him. i FIELD'SCHOCOLATE :1,1 Call and look the goods over and get prices.
and in correct-
work but
--o- The poorest policy of so much by hard : Coffee, per pound ______________________________15c
children out in
An old bachelor says that distance economy is to keep the lost has its mani- ing defects that have developed Tea, per pound _________________________________25c

lends enchantment to the view of school. Every day knowledge gained on other games played this season. Baking Powder, per pound ________________________20c

most women. fold effect; the 3 cans Pork and Beans for ________________________25c:
that day is missed, the pupil thrown The hired girl has went-she was _____________25c:
D 2 Boxes Cake Flour for _____________
Having started the war, it wouldbe behind, becomes discouraged, nas a hired, she was tired, she was tired; VANILLA 2 Boxes Potato Flour for ________________________25c:

poetic justice if Servia were to bad effect on the class and the very but smile-you can get another by j TUTI FRUTI : 12 pound sack of Flour for _______________________45c

put the finishing touches on it. habit is to be avoided.o using our want ad. column. j,! GUAVA 'I I II 24 pound sack of Flour for ______________::.________90c

o 4 cans of Ready-Made Soup for ___________________25c
still in the race.
Mr. Edison says that asphyxiatinggases Perry G.Wall is 1 I ICE CREAMS. Tuna Fish, per can ______________________________lOc

are proper for defense, but not making friends, gaining prominenceand Codfish Balls per can, ___________________________lOc
fun out of the Co.
for offense.A race having for senator.lots After all is said and A. B. Cook & i j Brooms, _______________________________25c. and 50c

a done there is no one in the senatorial' Christ Building Orlando. I AUTO LUNCHESA ,
have .
French savant says we out of life. I WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
who is getting more
twenty-six cold winters ahead of us. SPECIALTY : ,
seeing more of Florida worrying less, L.-
look at the number we have .
And just
and really getting a new lease on life BUILDING MATERIALS ,

behind us. a than Perry G.KING. o INCOME INVESTMENTSWe : CLUB SANDWICH 25e. Our Grocery CompanyTwo

One of the perplexing questionsthat
judges are called upon to decideis : AT LONDON develop vacant properties and I Phones: 3 and 200

auto whether a wagon.a mule is a horse and an returned London,to Nov.London 3.-King last George night ,from who handle guaranteed notes income.TAXES and mortgages. yielding I i We Make Our Own lee Cream, Packed I: 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. z <

Delivered for All ,:
-vAn ------ the French front, is recovering slowly j and I I M- . t I I I I 0 . .
there more INTEREST
are AND
exchange PAID
I from the effects of his fall from a I: OccasionsHot _ _
the United CLIENTS _
than 70,000 actors in The following offi- COLLECTED FOR i -- -- ---- --------
States. It's a wonder some of them horse last __ ___ __ _
cial bulletin was issued this morning: -- --- "I-
don't go on the stage. "The king had a better night, and

examination A young-medical was asked o-student: "What taking discovery an- the has no accident fever. are Although slowly the passing effects off of, Shot for Buyers! Yancey Meat Market, Inc.FULLY .

his majesty will be some time longer
has most benefited the medical ; PAID UP

profession?" lie promptly replied: confined to bed." j 120 acres (stock land) close by, per acre __--_----$15.00 I T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

"The. discovery of the appendix." THIRTEEN PERISH IN TENEMENT : 80 acres on lake, per acre ______________________$20.00 I ORLANDO. FLORIDA

-o I : FIRE Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne __________$1150.00

The man who swears cute. is Rather not looked he is Several Lots north of Lake Eola ___________---$2:>0.00 I I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
upon any more as New York, Nov. 3.-Thirteen persons .
Florida and Western Meats
thought of as society's outlaw-a social is "Bargains: Only For Our Buyers.!' I
MX of them men, three women Our :Motto this: year

outcast. The is l man est who time.is cleanin and four children, lost their lives in a Leave the terms to me. i Oysters, Dish, Poultry, Vegetables, Gntnc, IStc.
his language > every
three storybrick
fire which destroyed n
D special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order.
tenement house at No CO North Orlando Real Estate Co.
Now that the Tuesday elections are Sixth street, near the river front, in 1".ln.' 'In P. 0. BOX .*6
tier, there won't l he many more until\ early today. I:. II. Blt.\ul.El'1211'A'I'kINy ; PHONES { Ruldence I3J I Cor. Orange awe. and Church St
next Novetiib-i-r. Or words to that Hrooklyn BLOCK) I'MONE() : :SOI I I .

rlTtft. Is everybody satisfied If
nut, w'e nilf-lit\ hold llivm over. ... MONARCHY
____0____ :NKW

Tin-IP i li one thing you tnny fcilJnHly IVkiitK, Nu\:1.: Tin iif, and Unit U thatVll\ -
mitr ri'jwlptl the t "1loposnls\
t tniliiy
'llniii' .J..I.."hIlt" Hrynn Mill\ u" t I" !Iu: of .111" 11"11I.| tticiil' Ililltiln Hint lluoplnIW RYE II I 01' U.kANUNIiSS Calf QUALITY I
hilly. ulipit |Iseill'e U """ul",I. (One OATS AND
hipf flip ,1 lfH'l l"Hn
|II.ICI, lHtttt| '' >'tn<>lil of I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
\\'IIIItIll') fur heindat111liie
('III, lull"illy "lilillMC !;! 1.1111'1', .IIIIIIIH.hh'1 fugal' nfj gni',
ntmtil' Mist, little nM, .*tlt>htimi4litnl !! hll't'hl' j I. ,tit, lip, I IP-"I 11\,1\, 1'p,1.'' I'lllt111 AND HALT MI5ATHKrpt

)' (if lil. <*i. --------- arrived Cull in and under (the IM,) Mtnltury rfmdilnn(' .
.. -- just :
Fresh shipment I
===. =--- 1,:\IiI IIIIIIIIt1.< > ; mnimui;;( ; > 1'Uf't; hlnu'lIt'ft't'nrd l imny from the lllfN, and Kept frenh
1iit itiitaiiinHiiii fur Ilia('' Ineliitf" mint; get yours. Prices right and (hire,

ides (114)* I"'(lip I liMitttirtll) Mid nui0 sills Wi\thillglnll: Nnvl\, -- A i=stilts I ,of. | We Invite inspection' tmd Bimrnntee( rii1lafiictlon,1'ts( ( have

'to follow 11I1i)' win 1 lieie, now Aipii'l( n Hrtl earth Ioh..d1i.tjll' i? l,utlimrs ( Flora AND fiELD SEEDS everything in the Meat hints
1l ey graiul It woit't\ 1\,1 l> 'lung till another I Ihrea were 'torIel' .I.)' t thetieorgetnwn All KINDS OF GARDEN,

1 summer l'Ii\l"\ arumul' and we'vePfftl'ffljr University's! ttUmot'riitotjay ; lSclf .S <:'( )
"l' Fresh II. .
lu IU-e4' the lime na p4s her We guarantee our Seeds to be
swiftly 1.)', I I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

---o-- JOITIIK( $ rONCm: VISIT. .
+\eastern educator has suggestedthat London.-Commander in Chief Jof- Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
the teaching of good manners be .
concluded hisvi&it
fre, of the French army - -- -
included in the course of study in our Phone 166
to England and returned to 206 S. Orange Ave.
public schools. lie certainly has the France Saturday night.Convinced. I

light idea. Good manners appear to -- Quality: Smartness and Long LifeA
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be a lost art with a large percentageof ,
the young people of the present \i
11111 11111
said the specialist, as he
What are you doing for your town? [ stood by the sick contractor "1 can I IN A CHALMERS

If you have no confidence in the cure sou. I FOR SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new
and importance of the town "What will it cost," asked the sick
and growth country in which you live, how on man faintly."Ninetyfive. dollars." I of Quality! \ tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder IndianMotorcycle

earth do you expect other people tomove "You will have to shade your pricea II 1 for cash.
among you and cause the coun- little," replied the contractor. "I
try to develop and grow for )'oui got a better bid from the undertaker." We have it in everything we offer you. |
stood his price
The specialist pat on
benefit? and his competitor pot the job... Feeds Flour Provisions Eggs. etc.
() We are specialists in our line of AUTO WASHING STATION
Uncle Sam will have to supply the work and sanitary conditions prevail.It .
youngsters of America with theirto8 will pay you to ;tay:: on the safe -- -

if they have any this Christ!' i side.

mas. It is said British toy makers! Orlando The Co-Operative Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

have turned out little in their line. I il tAMt tltlTttfl! HtMEKt., 1'IIONE( 211.:
and that what they have made rah W. S. Ile1 Itt, Mgr. N o. 10 E.': Church St. PHONE( 447 2

be purchased at home. War has in- Steam Laundry !
le fpred with 'the indutr itt tier, --

Hintiy "0 l' tpt1'hthAt" otily !small t FllENCH flat CLEANEttSLAUNDEttEttS : Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
wilt be mAde fKH1there.
"hH'lm.'II'I| If ph I 1'llONU g ...... . . . . . .. .. ... .. .. ...... .. ..... ... .. . ...

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I Samples Sent On TilE BIG STORE Mail Prompt Given Orders

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

Without Doubt Our Showing Is Unsurpassed



Men's Department Shoe Department

L N ... Cold Wind .
Zip>l what a Sharp
) For Men Who Care
Well its the reason for SWEATEKS right now, nhd \\-c

t are ready with it complete line both in light ami heavy HwenUera
, mul t gulf Cunts.! Lt'tI"\ plumMU tlu nt'1.'n11 Htyl t *!* in I Ed\\in 'luIII'i i' htltl n
Y ; Unit ()Oxfmd;, in Tun (inn MptHl Ulltl1\hl. TI.V n pair mid W I'ominml Hint' tli+y HW tlwl
4 t Let Us Show You l heat iio+t+!a' math\ fnr I nrrMw= tyle t anti 'nmfllrt
.- &!. JrTY4rtT Price $7.00. Other makes priced from $3,50 to $6

Art DepartmentRoyal
; l On.el"i'S SILKS and DRESS GOODS Society Package
;;'"rAr t t..noed
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You Must Try on a Modartto The good style of the Autum Frocks and Waists you are about to make or have made will

know it. You will find that your corset hasa depend not so much on the making as the fabrics.
new meaning-plays a new part in your life The advantage of chosing new silks and woolens here is that there are more from whichto
contributes new beauty-when it is a choose. Not only more but better fabrics and prices much more satisfactory.

Modartproperly soft chiffon finish, all the new shades, 54 inches wide sponged and shrunk
36 inches wide the best that money canbuy ready for the needle, soft high lustre,
for________________________$1.50 per yard __-. _______-__________$1.75
fitted to your r
l beautiful new fabric with a high lustrous Very much in demand, black navy and
Prices finish: 40 inches wide ______$1.25:; given, special value _____________$1.00

(2EORCETTE; : : CREPE:. : SERGES: outfits come to you complete -
r range ,clean and! intact,in sealed en-
10) inches wide, in brown, navy blue, in plain colors) and shepherd checks: ttS: velope They contain the articleto
1np from light blue, Belgium blue, black and inches wide, the best value we ever lie embroidered stamped on material -
white _____,____,-.________-___$1.50 oll'ered __u_____..-___-___-_____- !SUe } of the highest quality exact
$3.00 to instructions and! a carefully prepared -
VISIT OUR STORE AND LOOK THEM OVER chart of stitches and colors,
$8.00 with sufficient floss to entirely complete
F the embroidery.

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

SUITSMany ____________
I I light blue borders heavy fleaced, $1.35; quality per pair 89c

Heavy gray, warm Plaid Wool Nap Blan- Blankets in tan, large
charming models in Broadcloth novelty mixtures gabardines, Blankets, size 64x80, 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 plaids. $1.00 value' value
brightened here and there by: a touch of braid or buttons;colors are black, New Ideas inLadies'
$1.19 a pair $3.00 pair $1.49 pair
blue, green, brown and fancies. Hosiery

Come and appreciate them. Pure thread silk in Hundreds of other Blankets and Comforts

$15.00 to $55.00 I stripes clocked: Price plaids SI.00 and priced very low

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1'A :J..VLillir1.ery: I


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- Duck worth Co.


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The new candy store located in the .-__ -_-___.IAew__-_.....,,--.v_-_-_ _-_- -,. .Dneow -pw.elaos--_--_
Winter Park News room formerly occupied by V. II ...aMaa .erww--- ---ptr-----== -: = ===.= -.If.llii

Schultz opened yesterday for its first
daj's business. At the close of the

.day Miss Bill, the proprietor, reported -
that business had ben even better

than anticipated Pure and delicious

Daily Budget Of Items Concerninc home made candies will be sold, and }

prices will be made so attractive that f.
The Town And Rollins CollegeFIRST the success of the business seems assured tJ .



CLUB I C. W. Fain has opened dental FRIDAY

The first meeting of the Winter offices in room 3, Schultz building, The Christian Endeavor Society of

Park Woman's Club for the present and is already enjoying a brisk busi- the Congregational church will hold

season was held at the public library ness. Dr. Fain comes to Winter Park its regular monthly business meeting,:

yesterday afternoon with thirtyfiveor from Sanford, and is spoken of in and social at the home of Capt Har-

forty ladies present. The meetingwas very flattering terms by those who ris. The members of the organization -

presided over by Mrs.V.. F. know him best. His office is conven- are to meet at Hooker Memorial '
ti S
Blackman, vice-president, in the absence iently located and is fitted with up to church, and from there they will

of the president, Mrs. C. II. date equipment for the practice of ,"hike" out to the Harris home. \
Morse.A dentistry. There is no doubt that he
/ > :
number of new members were will be given the patronage which he ''l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OR4NGECOLNTA.
present who together with the former deserves, and that his venture in Winter -. STAn OF FLORID e .i
members took a most enthusiastic interest I Park will prove successful. IS OIANCTRl
in the of the i iyear's
organization Jerry \. Trovillion
... ...
work. Several committeeswere SEWERUIE ELECTION Fill DAY versus Rill. to lju t TII!
Nannie K. Raiirliff. et alTo
named and Msedames Blackmanand An election is to be held tomorrowfor Nanm K. Ps*.'.*. and -"hrn; I. n',{I.
rhfle, :!66 atnttir.. ,\T..1' (.! in...:.,,,.
Poerwere chosen as delegatesto the purpose of deciding whetheror D. c. : and to Edna \Vau.h., as"i \rbiiDouvli
the meeting of the Florida Federa- not the town of Winter Park shall -s tt'aucxpe. Sulphur.! !tai i..\ C ...,,- C
tv. OVahoira:
tion of Women'* Clubs which is to be borrow $7,500 to pay bne-half of the You andn'h of >fU arc 'u! '.tn Ali n'i '.d
to appear .>n Mondav!' the 'i'. h he'ld i at DeLand. Jirs. A. J. Twitchell cost of installing a sewerage systemfor . bid .
I her 1'Jl to the Bled airam-t \sin t:
was selected as alternate. surface drainage. The remaining I cause shore ftltit cl. Mlfi1 J
I It is further ordered that tlt.nl.'r! hnubthhei : 4
The club's book, which has ;' of the ; .
year $7oOO $15,000 estimated cost once in each week f..r f"ur n-ij'ne -
I weeks; in the South I--!.,"idl re;ently been distributed, contains a will be paid by the property owners ,1: uw-paper printed at Orland... Or: ('. ,1'.'
list of the following departments of by special assessment, in the drain- i i ty r"bride Hart Schaffner
I witn'.s hand and ti:1 I f ud I
study: Ltierature and drama, historyand district my ... .. &Marx
age I Court at the Court It> -a it OI'rn't.1 I i30th -
travel, civics and social science, I day of O-tober, l''lSeal -,
I ( I i I': M Itirt:. l IN.-ON. ; It
conservation, music and fine arts, and KNIGII1S OF P\T"HAS I 1114'.s; Cl, rk t ... ",t C Lit :

health, education and home econom-
The district of
ics. The first study class will meet meeting Knights
Pythias to be held in Eustis, Tuesday, Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
November 5th. November 9th, will be especially in- !
An interesting program of the topics teresting.The .
; for each meeting during the year Knights of Eustis are noted Dr. C. W. Fain
for their hospitality, and have requested .'
is also given in the booklet, followedby DENTIST ;
a large attendance from Or-
the club constitution and a roster lando. Transportation l I.y automobile 1
of members. to Eustis and return will be furnished j Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to :5. 11 11IF'
l lWOODMAN free and there will be ample I
room for all. :Members of Welcome WINTER PARK FL.I .\.
INITIATIONAt I Lodge No 9 are hereby ordered to I dj
an interesting meeting Wednesday attend under penalty for failure, and
evening, the local camp, Modern 'ill visiting; Knights in the city are I MISS MAY HARDAWAY j
cordially invited to join us in a real I
Woodmen of America, put on an initiation -
Pjthian good time. I
stunt, the victim for this occasion Please notify J. D. Barnes, Yow ell- s.
being Winter Park's popular Duckworth companj's store, not later WINTER PARK, FL.\ }
young physician, Dr. J. F. Hotard. than Friday evening, November 5th, i I
i s
of intention to
Routine business occupied the remainder Cars will leave Orange and Central i I

of the evening. avenue, Tuesday, November lth at 3 (Schultz BuiJdin Phone 106 :i
p. m. J. D. BARNES, Chairman
WI.ERRK: NOTES 11.3-3tc I -

All Work Neatly and Accurately! Done
Want Ads
Dr. C. W. Fain leaves today: for
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Winter Park, where he will locate his '

dental parlors. Dr. Fain has been +ts 1111 U I H 11111 U 11111 11111 11111 III III Utili It II' DI 1 Y.

here for some time and had a fine .

practice, but the lure of the tourist i
town took his eye and we have lost

him. His many friends here wish him 1

success in his new field.-Sanford i

Herald. 20 Per Cent Discount j .1

Mrs. L. Haven Boyd, ef St. Louis, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I, 1'.

accompanied by Mrs Peter ::Marine t tI

of Snead's Island Tampa, enjoyed a
visit of several hours in Winter Park
Nov. 5th and 6th I
yesterday. Mrs. Haven is spending a ''J

few weeks visiting a sick friend at b
the Seventh Day Adventist" sanitarium FOR CASH ONLY '

while making a tour of the I


James F. Shiner was in the city WEMJ, C\P.s, RIBBONS CHILDREN'S L.IHESXU MEN'S 1

;yesterday T':, 'ing' a flying visit to his II OS 1-: f. .
mother, :Mrs.: II. V. Schultz. Mr. Shiv ,

ler, who is connected with the Gulf

Iron Works, of Tampa, was called to
Kissimmee: " on business, and improvedthe P. DALE & CO.

opportunity to come on to Winter ; :; .
Paik for few hours.
: !, .
neeaaw .sew .et a.AO1w'da low--irw.w'IRaan., eamea eyasi AeveElw .Itttlte. :A..Raaw.. .Mrae
Mrs. Bosworth and :Miss Metcalf = = =.a.LM.+xMppN.= ::::: E: .. Y"""' 1' f = == == == =:
-- 'a' ," a .. .
,,. ,
= ..... 11R : r' i -
who spent last season at Winter Park.rt'turm..1 =ken kaexna wM. 1Mw.I<.kOl.sY. ::;;;; ,Y..wx: .S rA+ and to Ie.n..or .e/.MOe .aMaRt .r.ea wmv. .x a s ..M .
;yesterday are occupy =:t..c---; M .w MM4 .al.M L.M.Pr
xY ,' .
= k..aewnKaa R Wa.-aa. =peawoe =ya r . .:;.. : .I; .' :,:: = = 55,5/4' -Y-: aw_ ;
the Bradshaw Miss Butts si'2dRg9e / : ..
bungalow # :
= = =J = = : .: xwt
FALL STYLESIN a .111 F = ;::::: =
: .. sir
who also spent several months here -- -- ti'AKattif -.." llur.aa", ,......., t.. rCvpyri .--

last winter, will arrive soon. bt nart&E.tfarF &11.,.

Mr I *. K.: P Sherman, who has win-

h'rt..II1l'I't'| for n number of years, has Walk-Over ShoesFall
returned from :\lnnhusI't't. Rhode:

Island and is again comfortably lo.

('lIh-.lut the Ingrnm house.J. Varsity Fifty Fiveby
and Winter Fabrics In

11.1! llersth. a prominent orange
grower of the 1\luitluntl! section, returned Royal and International TailoringAt Hart Schaffner & Marx

Tut'Stlfrom Chicago where
the New Store, Winter Park, Fla.
he has Iott'n for some days past on
business., The stylish suit for young men

:Miss :M. I* Poole, of New Bodford

:Massachusetts has returned to Winter Park Florida T HIS is the swellest and newest note in young men's
Park for the season and is stop-

ping with Mrs. :May Denning. ._. .- - --- .- -- clothes; by far the most popular of all suit designs.

A. '\'. :Mason and wife accompanied I I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIII J 11I111I ""'illIlIlIlI- II 1111. Pay about $25; you'll get the utmost of satisfaction at

l I.>" W. II. Schultz, motored to Wild-

wood yesterday. returning to Winter that price. 4
Park in the afternoon. L Winter Park Auto Co. j

Morris C. Gilbert, a former studentof Many variations of this design; good values at $16 50 to $35DicksonIves

the Winter Park high school, has .
entered the freshman class at nol-

I _
L. B. Clark, representing the Grig

ler Engraving company, visited Win- Repairing, Painting and Auto ; :
ter Park )'esterda) Supplies Co

Frank Brown, a popular Sanfordman

is spending a few days in Win-

ter Park.J. .

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT "Orlarxdo's Favorite Shopping Plac ."' Orlando, Fla. .
B. Robarts, a jeweler from Boca

Grande, spent yesterday in Winter

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Miss Roberta Branch entertained i -t r ( O.a. ::
the Entre Nou <:'Iubeiterda>' after- F" "l1h1i

the regular club ml'mbers. There Gel It At Allen's"REPAIRING!
were two tallies of plavers
SOCIEn:: \LKMXK:: J. Branham, I). M. Tophtf, R. P. Buck- The \V. R. C. will hold its monthly

Thursday, :\November. master. meeting:, the first of the winter sea "
Rosalind Club, :\1 C. 11. The serving,:" committee consists of at the home
rs. Robinson son of Mrs Bripham. Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make
an estimate -
chairman committee. Mesdames J. II. Vick, A. B. Johnson. president, .
Thursday, November 4 free
on your
Equal Suffrage, tt'a.Irs.. F. A. Curtis, J. II. Tucker G. F. Miller. The servers -

Social hostess.tea, Equal; Suffrage League, are Misses Jessie Pedrick, Eliza- OSTEOPATHIC I'HISICIAN AND n Watch
Mrs F A. Curtis, hostess. beth Yowell, Elizabeth Robinson, SURGEON
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. 1J.. Allen, Hilda Griffin Catherine Barnes Sara
ii Ring orJewelry
hostess.V. .
Davis \Iusselwhite Helen Bel-
Agnes ,
J:. C.. Mrs. Brigham: hostess. Dr. Howell, osteopathic physician
Saturday, :November 6. lamy, Helen Smith. and surgeon, announces that he has 11
D. A. R., with Mrs. P. F. Laubach The ushers are Misses Carol King, returned from Harvard University.
where he took
Unity Chapel. Fannie Tucker, Irene Johnson, Lois eye ear nose post and graduate throat diseases work in o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine 0

Evnirsisiic+ Pedrick Elmina Gould, Elizabeth Also physical diagnosis (nerves your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
MEETING: Branham, Claire Robinson Mary Mc- heart lungs, kidneys and other vieI I
Tuesday night: at the Baptist church Cullough, Francis Topliff, Fern Hux- cera), and electrotherapy and contagious needs care and attention at our place.
the :young men of the B. :\1. P. A. A. table. diseases. Office, Cheney building ,,,
opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
(Baptist1 Presbyterian The "welcome" tags can be pur- : Office 617; residence 1018
Athletic Association) held a meetingat chased at Curtis & O'Xeal's., who haves i
which there was a large number of > for them for the Union. They
boys present. The meeting was calledto ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
can be secured at cost and it wouldbe ,
order by T. B. Phillips who stated well to secure them early before
the pu'rpose SKATING RINK b .dJ
of the meeting and
gave the supply is gone. LL- : !
= = !O EL
a brief outline of the plans of the I Undoubtedly :you have already acquired ,., : __ IL

ilub. He stated that the trustessMr the habit of going to the Methodist -
: Duckworth Mr. S. E. I\e, .Ir. ...;-:.
will be
church, so it an easy
15 Dodge and Mr. Phillips had secured a room matter to attend the sessions of the r'J"- :'".:" f1y; ; Unusual Designs
which would be fitted up for a gymnasium conventions, to all of which the public .' '\- I'? -'" .'
and that Mr. Green, physical invited. November Kt to 6th .o,_ ',_. r .;.\. .1\ :onie people, in fact. a grea': many,
instructor of Rollins College:: would is *''#' ) .... ",: ..... .....' J-\'.\.,.-..a prefer unique and original effects
Cars To c" . ,f 0"\ { / .' :' \ ir wall decorations. \\e anticipate
tie with the ,
boys '
every Thurl'd.lY.. MEETING TWENTIETH: CENTURY: TilE -. '" -- '''1 c
night to drill the members for an exhibition -I CLUB "nXIS"i, **.' -_, ifc ,.-: 1'i' these demands and always carry in
which would be given about I \ : I \.l\\!\:t,;;( stock something entirely different
Twentieth Club .
The Century was -
January 1st. MISS THANKS IS THE I5EST-;; ; 0- ;., from others. Will you call here or
ArriveThis : delightfully entertained Jesterday afternoon tL ,' ft J
: will tend
we our sample book to !
The association then proceeded to i by MJS T. W. Mathews at LADY SK.VTKU IN THE ; 0 .'<-\\ I; you

elect officers, and the following: were her home, 108 Lake street. Sixteen WORLD I| 4: .4 < : : ;,f.. )::4f
elected: President, Donald Evans: members were present. As the Twen- -1",, ,.. 1 i" :> Orlando Pain & Wall Paper l l'A"r. i
M<'e-presiJent, Richard Tucker I \ tP'"S\
: sec
Week tieth Club is now a o'
Century DON'T MISS! HER RUSSIAN: i :. '\ 205 S. Orange Avenue
ret-xrj, Philip Frey; treasurer, T BPhil'ips body, having been admitted to the !
,. General Federation of Women's Clubs, DANCE: COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261.

The constitution was then taken up delegated were chosen to attend the

Trd adopted as rind one of the most State Federation meeting at Del-and MATINEE FRIDAY AND .

important articles being November 16 to 19. The delegates SATl'KIY; ) '
Article 2.-lcmber hip.-The Association chosen were Mrs. A. J:. Rogue and 'I

shall consist of all young Mrs. T. W Mathews, the alternate
men who join one of the following delegates being Mrs. James B. : ADMISSION 10 CENTS CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Sunday school classes: Mr E. G. gruder and Mrs. W. S. Branch. \Ia-I I
12 Cars
Touring Duckworth'sIr.. S. E. Ives Jr. or :club yesterday continued the ,: II
Mr. T. B. Phillips'; each member being 'of Dante's Inferno and a discussionof I DIRECTORAND

2 Roadsters required to have a membership current events. Refreshments were

card signed: bj the secretary and served consisting of pumpkin pie. GRANDI EMBALMERAll

1 Winter Car teacher of one of said classes. Every cheese an'". coffee. The next meetingof
member being absent more than two the club has not been determined. TO-DAY

((2)) Sundays out of any one month + calls answered Promptly Dayor
shall not be entitled to the privilegesof : Local suffrage leaders are not disheartened -

the B. M. P. A. A. until he has reinstated by the defeat of suffragein Night. Hand Block. |

himself by being present at New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts -
Sunday school for at least three (3)) and are firm in the belief SPECIALTlio

consecutive Sundays. that "it has been delayed and not defeated Orlando, Florida.
All boys who would like to join the ." The recent elections and I
Unloaded Monday association and thus assure themselves other matters pertaining to the cause PHONE 639. RES1UEMEPHONE( 457,

a good I as well as profitable will be discussed today at the home of :Magnificent :Shakespearean

4 Touring Cars time: report to Mr. E. G, Duckworth., Mrs F. A. Curtis, on West street at

Mr. g. K. tves Jr., or Mr. T. P. Phillips 3 oVIotk. Men and women are rordmlly Trm1ejr ------ ----- -- ----
1 RoadsterAll !'!. invited to attend this meetingit "OTIIEI.LO" 04 I 1.1..1.1..1..1. MMMMMMMMM . MMM . >....
A silver of-
ii open to e\'t't-t.uII
t'U'Lr.. 01') 1IJAH fetih will be tnkfh. fir

A rde of teas! will l 1." plvt by + TIIIJ,,t: MOW()() OP 1'i'NIt'ISlllit'd : .:
till' lodged, tit the Iteiitl't rhtmh. the (otlC'l'lnIIII\\II'/ ;: : '*" I'KANK A. CU11T18 WILLIAM It O'NEAL ;
first\ ", eele \\"IH.IIPI.1 Hi tit? ItitmtHif Mrs, All lipbekHh' ate it>itie<>tt>it to meet and I'hutnl1fllltht.|
\V. M I. hashe=tpnftfaney ,! )' aftetnnou atitllt in t the rweiiUun IMOW' wf i I. o, 11. I', *
: :: ) o'el0ek. The @,1It'1t lrt1\I1fht\ llftll tonight ttt 7 o'UotK.) The Heheknh -

wide tread work to l I.I made for the church will march in a body' from the IN nvni'utrs): )

I'IIHU Hot tea and wafers wereMach hull to attend the evangelistic!i service

serve,L at the Methodist; church,

cars, guest, also the hostess, gives Mrs F" ... Anderson: noble grand),
a dime ;Much enthusiasm was shown :5) cents 1 10 f) cent
over this unique and pleasant way of TOO LATE TO CLAShlF* CURTIS & O'NEAL

.. _
earning money for the church. Each -

of these seven friends promised that ANTEn-A small show case. Ad-
next Wednesday she would have seven dress \\, care Sentinel. 11-4-lt* Phone 5 for
Loans Real Estate : :
friends come to her tea-with the FISH AND OYSTERS
FOR SALE-Spring wagon, in good
dime. This forms the second cycle. condition. Will trade for good>pe- Fresh Every Day
The donation is so small and the afternoon writer. S. E. Waters, 206 E. South Rentals

; passes so pleasantly that no street. 11-4-lt THE WALDECKER FISH CO.

$850f. one need mind being included in sev- FOR RENT-East Colonial Drive, a 206 Boone Street
eral cycles. The hostesses for next house, 6 rooms, garage: barn, half
b. Wednesday will include: Mrs. B. J. acre truck patch, irrigated. Jacobs - ----- .
o. Orlando Co. Orlando. .
Lord, Mrs A. W. Bumby, Mrs. A. Y. Grove Telephone. .
11-4-6t* CAKE AND .
Duller, Mrs. O N. Larson, Mrs. J. A. .
Dunaway, Mrs. I. W. Topliff, Mrs. R. STRAYED OR STOLEN-One cream ..
L. Bunch, Mrs. J. P. Holbrook. colored Jersey cow, with heifer calf
: ISl "1:1.I: -IIlU: If-f.
I + S months old: cow has short horns, Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, ,
black nose and tail. Reward. Jos. L. etc. "* .
MRS. A. J. NYE HOSTESS Guernsey. 11-4-ltc Orders taken for parties. .
Tuesday, at her attractive home on Located in ..
rear of Branch's
East Church I'trel'tIrs.. A. J. Nye LOST Somewhere on the streets of .
Orlando, pocket book containing a Store Arcade 11 HMMMMMIMMMMIIIMMIMMMMMIMMMMIMMIIMMMIHMHMM"
entertained tWl'nt-fh'e ladies The sum of money and meal ticket Finder -
afternoon was pleasantly spent b>' return to !Sentinel office and receive -
reward 11-4-It f".t"IIIIIII'I'I'II..rtlll"I'III .
seeing, and a guessing contest The
:Mrs T. \\". :Mathews'
prize was! won bj '
KOU SAI t.E-One \-Kay: incubator.
i hand .punted mn>'onnal.e dish, forEtiPKsinir ti!cd only one time; good l ns! new :
the greatest number of auhorn. only reason! for pilling have not got
[ The shirtwaist Won the time to run It. ('0'"t 'I!!$. First
.pri/e wild !
Ur.l lakes it. Also one International: Pipes Pipes Pipes
10) Mlos rtoiMi Itnwnrd. \\ho U '"iitan' h.iu-r .0...nissr.ititlttke
1 e"te" W"I( n tip Wtttrrn\ three In. $::;,r.II. T. 11. I'liiPipn.' 40.;, 1':1"1: I'm -
I Urn, bring win liy :MriV.. t*. :Me.\1r >lu., r Latin. We are selling black and jralvnnlzea pipe at the
I'OJJ S.M V.; :Mhoinr.\ furnished: f -
The\ |house! w"* lustily dceornteltvlth hew ft room hoi**, modeme best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
I W (link I'ht' tuul ",n(IIn'. A ,lrliimi it>.iu..>x, ....K..I| barn, garage, hen luume, t
luncheon wits orvttl, eon.Uunu'f forty l large bearing\ orange. crupt'fruit t it will pay )'OUVa will also cut your pipe to
tangerine trees, lime tree, :
I > Neapolitan) Ue cream, cake, wafers tore[ :,1 t,1I1I1I< limes this year one beautiful. measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

salted' peanut, mint candies, Sruitunch shade) J lots :JJ."i!: feet front, .JJO feet work you can save money by having us
!, Those assisting in serving deep, on \\ebber! I.n'n' e near stund i
were Mrs J. N Burden, Miss Florida pipe 13,200.: : It you want a bargain cut end drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
PMllips it will pay to look this property' over
Howard :\1IJ1ilinnie Hurdt'n.1 n. J. B Mills nt>,. 11-4&11-7 as you can install it yourself.We .
C. B. Nye favored with several piano
will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
t\nd vocal selections which were greatly -

I apprecaited by all. '.. --. ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

& + it- "0-' may have'your preferred plumber fit them up if
The last regular meeting of the W
C. T. U. before the state convention you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
almostKei'e -
will be held Friday afternoon at 2.30 can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

Sons sharp, in the primary)' class room of I closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
the Methodist church. It is very nec- !
essary that there shall be a full at- for five years.

tendance in order that all work preparatory ,)
to the convention shall be i

completed. Delegates' will arrive I
; F. Raehn Co.
Tuesday and in the evening will be Joseph

the welcomes and a reception for the I
guests. The receiving committee consists I
of Mesdames S. 3 Griffin, J 11.
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'I'llIWHITE; (HOUSE( BRIDE nish. Since then she has often ap-
peared with a bunch of orchids, and IS AHEAD OF ORLANDO' FORAGE GROCERY CO.

Washington, It. ('.Twice before ti i* how realized that these are from .
$100 Saved Is $100 presidents of the United States have the White House conservatories;:: I' A visit to our sfore will make you a
I BitttUnt't St'tulTh.i I hut
taken unto lltemseles wives while in where at the present;:: moment fOh' !l II III
Made I their high olfiie. It Is i safe to <=a>' thousand;:: t'ht)'sltttthettlunIS of white I Orlando Doeon't! --.I'reliht-! regular customer,

I that \\rtoiliow- \\1IfOl.1t! nlnl the wilimnt and .gold ate being |pushed;:: to ijuichlitoqootii lhfir>, f'UtHtiN( $;'))4U" Ilsat9 1 pet lit. IllPltldljr )'tth I f:1U.1: |(t.f dntt'npwliI ) ( ..
UnIt will folio for the he* \\"hire llou ' > l.dith: lt..tlihtf ldttlrtItntlw ( '
s PllHil Rent, |I'H lit iJt'! 1lllItft'lt I Ilittltnl FilMktf| lit i "
iiHMiPi' , nf the tn Itlet'Fttehts 'el: litdir'o I I'lpflptite.Ntiet . !f'e itl'I Ititlltil llrtttt! |I't-F* III .:lit I Itlfittrt. FlfhllH rittd I'MfUf' Ittitiesl
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$1200 SAVED[ .'I."I..lIt .t"ltll 'lll. t Hhl"htl ,.Iis ; ;: '/ Flit' II:1:l, \\-fll""QIItI, I=tttlk. lit . . "tic
$ ,i'ililuIwti, rifle! Mh liMit. wits !salt' lit rt white seIs l "itt' ht-HI Hlttlllt, IIIt\f. : 114.. .I'ff : : :
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lilt! tilt |tll I} "\ I i I h"lhiu (imk HIHM', I IIH lit 1"- ..to
trite I in 1 II 1 hp I, trtllnreil ItljH tltf Jrttket ,itaWttleil' III pt ft lffi4U"-1 llrttlltl, Hi . "
Iltli ,1 th ut, his neat: in hHH"1 t nit ,lltP fclle: fill" the 1-liMMMl | o tier|' ; ?r I'IurlI14 "Turk Hngsi( t, ptF Ih. \ I IaF
I : + hI N w'I $itlhllItlp! $ the |I'tI": Iulltitr)' frt<=ltt"B ft vthile silk: I'rut!*!, l p"lfI" Hired: ( tlrcuk llfMnn. lit .
I cunlt; \ IUIQ\lItfWfS\ I'UiMintf'\. tw t In t 1"11" wela I aril: WI'bf Hili inltrtaaiorathet : : 1 wi'it :! ikid law eh4a, while MlK hu.ieryunit ++w atWtion ton tMt1', hart', t nttloter1v. (!li"mll1""h! sliced! ., ,tl CI Hin - . II WtIHIlIouI14 pleuk: ill's, ,It.. :;!'uc1lhite
Iii I velvet huts\ \
tHIt wedding lo Milolt "4111UanH- H bHHll\ talc J ) Iiuytl, having receivett Ilut Itl- ".tfJm, heat' rut, per lb.tic' I'urV li: Usage nn4 )Franke, pvr Ib He
nkt', uf New YtHWi1t aey''fri\I) week. far a. wpmm* pf fl111.l4forty years from Washington Tuesday, )toneless pmoked 114c per |lit . .ldc 1 WtlllH" Park |rains, per |'h. . .:; :Icrmour'1i
ulf, they !iMinfc'l) suddenly that the Mr' : Halt J is strikingly haruaome.|, She night of the acceptance of ho>> lid for .\ lure |t'uri Sausage, )lb. :Wc \\tbtcrn Spare |Ribs( per lb . I7f
chief executive had IM) his bride to has dark eyes and wavy dark hair, survey for foundation work. This>> is
$$1200 MAD[ the altar in the Church of the \ cen- splendid teeth, a peach bloom\ complexion an interesting piece of news of liar-
sion. It was almost an elopement. and regular features. It is tow citizens and the completion of
There was a similar lack of warning when she miles, however, that she i u this building will be the realization of The Eola Packing Company

though not quite so extreme, irresistible.Her long cherished hopes. I I
President Grover Cleveland OKIJv' .)O. FLORID\.
when exceedingly warm, sympathetic -
$1200TO married Frances Folsom, probably nature make those who have the NEW IIOWEY UOAI1 WILL I1E A I SpecialtiesCustom
the most beautiful of all the bridesof honor of entering her home imme- DIXIE THIUUTAKY

BUILD A HOME WITH the White House, in 1886. The diately at ease, and she has the faculty -
engagement was published two weeksbefore of the great French dames of Tampa, Fla.-Word has been received Packers Modern Equipment
the day when the ceremony causing those conversing with her to by L. I'. Dickie, secretary of I Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. SellingGrowers'
$1200 actually took place; but the day and I feel they have never before been so the Central Florida Highway Associa Agents Personal Attention

the hour were not announced until brilliant.The tion, that W. J. llowey has guaranteed Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
about forty-eight hours before thearrival president is not a poor man, the funds necessary to constructa for harvesting and packing their crops.
BUY AN AUTO WITH of the bride-elect and her but it is probable that Mrs. Galt will hard surface road from Lcesburg to Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the good-,

mother in the capital. They had just bring him a fortune greater than his Howe)., the new town in Lake county.It PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave and A. C. L. Tracks
from several months' in Europe.The husband is understood to
come own. Her will be officially recognized! as n W. H. RULE, Mgr.\ J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCIIHAN.
$1200TO !guests at the Cleveland wed have left her about $2iOOOO. As her tributary of the Dixie highway. Packing Mouse Foreman.Patronage .
ding numbered fewer than forty. The expenses have never been large, this", The new road will be fourteen milesin
only officials present were the cabinet !jhan been increased considerably She !
TO LAY ASIDE FOU "THE: RAINYThe 'length and will skirt the southern Respectfully Solicited
and the prenldont's private secretary. ? i I owns the century-gld Unit jewelry shores of I Luke II art In, by. way of
IJA lot The scene wu ret in the lllueItoom. 'i 1 jutore. Washington, which two of her Vuliilm. .

brother run for her
q No foreign tllilymiitUU| were Invite Mr*, (lull In a wginun of manifold CATIIKllltAI, STAIITS IIASKKT":
,l mid the gift ramp chiefly., from IlItt'r lItli. Her home III I full of good HALL I'KAITU'K:

following letter I was received\by t the members of the president' cabinet book' which share with her music the! ACCIDENT: HKALTII:
und the relatives of the 'bride and long winter evening She U fond of The Cathedral IlrlllIt'trnn basketball LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
II. Curl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: I.r hie&:rom. the theatre. She driven. her own Those in the confidence\ of Mrs. trie automobile about Wfti hlncton. fuvoruble auspice, Roy MfCrucken) PLATE GLASSPROPERTY

Spring Lake, New Jersey Galt here believe she will arrange everything She play a fair game of tennis and is to act aa coach, a fact which guarantees !I ILAMAGEVORKMAN'S: COMPENSATION

Sept. 30th, 1915 for a fine, old Virginia wed her golf has improved rapidly under that C. S. G. will turn out the
ding, not an unwieldly affair, but on Mr. Wilson's tuition. She proved an best possible team this season. All I I
H. Carl Dann the other hand nothing hurried or ill- ardent baseball "fan" at one of the of the girls are enthusiastic over their

considered. recent world series games, and it is teams' prospects and are looking forward I,
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I Georgia Casualty Company
Dear Friend Dann- home in Pennsylvania avenue agree see this contest at his fiance's expressed in the history of the school.
that the future "first lady of theland" wish. I

A few weeks more will find me in is a queen of hostesses and a : Mrs. Galt has not devoted herselfto TO BE CONVERTED TO PASSENGER I
old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I marvel of forethought and gracefultact. her own amusement by any means. LINER GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Manager

have several friends who expect to Her mother, who lives with She is active in St. Thomas Episcopal Washington, D. C.-The state department -: Orlando, Florida
come to Orlando this winter. her and is a favorite of Mr. Wilson, church, where she was for some time announced today that it had '

I have mentioned several times to is also an adept at the little things chairman of the Rector's Aid Society. granted permission for the German Room and 6 Walkins Block Phone 700
which make functions a pleasurablesuccess Besides other local charities she has
them my purchase at Colonial Hills, instead of a bore. done much work for the mountain auxiliary cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm
now interned at Norfolk, to be re-
always explaining that I saved $1200. All in all Washington society has whites of the South, an activity in stored to her normal condition as a ,

Of course they always asked how I learned of the president's coming which the first Mrs. Wilson was alsoa passenger liner, but the vessel will I

saved that amount and I simply tell marriage with a feeling akin to re I leader. Mrs. Gait's efforts have always remain interned until the end of the A Sentinel "Want Ad"MMIMMMIMIMMMI
them the truth. lief. The capital is a distinctly less been most unobtrusive. war. ,Try
lively and gay affair with no White

Expect me soon.Sincerely. yours, House With social Mrs. season Galt at to the set head the pace.of the ENGLAND GETTING; TOGETHER F;;-; ; ;;; ; ,-, ; I ;;-; . " . " " -- 'I

president's establishment Washing/ London.There has been a notable I
A. M. BUCKELEW. ton's !great hostesses will breathe decrease in the number of political
easier. She has never figured! large discussions and attacks! on the government -
on the society pages of the newspapers in the past few day*. t '1ualI "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

but she has a large circle of I ly noticeable has l keen the growth of
friends and thee agree she can be. depended optimism concerning the ('success of

How Mr. Buckelew upon as n worthy successor to lord Derby's recruiting (chetne.IIKKMAN A Unless 1 Budded
it long tine of gracious |presidents'wired. ?
Saved $1200 : WDDiU\ ) ) : DKAD":
All Wnt>hlnttoit winter flilld doss
Till. ...: "I'lHST HEAL I ESTATEMAN : are nmuit'p'1 a I to tul not tll Interfere Nt'w'IHk' .= l Herman Hh""'k r. former t Bearing
with White lloune enkwementfi. For of the Demorrtttle imtl.uud w.5"a f
SHOWED( :I) HIM 1 A IIUII.I i). treasurer '
other invitations v'anb"tI of the '$
thl* reason no committee niul publisher t't r'-
INi( LOT SIX IIl.n'I.1t( () 1 out until! the White House schedule New YUI k M \ \\/.eitung, died.tlull/ trees of a known '

THE CENTEU: : OF TOWN I Fun I ill known. The president and his wife Icily late ;Monday at hU home in the
always open the /series of /state "bnnquetH city.
SlflOO. THE NEXT DAY ('.\ltl. each season with the cabinet "
Quantity and
DANN SHOWED: HIM TIII dinner, usually held about December
15. This U followed by the diplo- BIG DEMOCRATIC MEETING
SAME" : S1XE LOT THREE: matic dinner, the supreme court dm i

BLOCKS) FARTHER OUT FOR near and the cpeaker'n dinner. Until ;sy"t Quality of Pro-

$ IIU.) HE: FIGURED) ) HESAVED the dated of these are !known no hostess National ;heeling, Will He Held
I dares to arrange!. for n dinner of at New York ))l'C. 7-To
$1200 AS HE: FULLY) her own. Choose! Place Next 1c4. diction.---0.W. I !
INTENDED: : TO IIUY THE The cabinet olttovrs entertain thupresident
and other in turn, beginning Com flit ion "
with the M-cri'tury of state.'i'he I .L iL
) ..e dinners are necessarily limited New York, Nov a.- Willinm i F. Mr- Conner.
Lambs chairman of the Democratic .
to n wmull circle
(Hut time will be at least four national committee, announced lat I Tree like these will work for you while you sleep. They can'tIe
fotntal evening itveptionM at the night lit-.. the- Manhattan Club. Madison : grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

You can save I White !louse between January 4 und I avenue and Twenty-sixth IItr
ha t'l
Shrove Tuesday. It U estimated here that n meeting! of the commitee
been called to l*> held at the New Willurd
$1200 also if that the new :'otfll. Wilson will be
hostess to at least eight thousand hotel in Washington on }December Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLA AHA

buy at II person the coming winter. l 7. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
you At that time the committee will\ decide -
Former mistresses of the White the time and place of the next nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
House have also given evening mu-
which national Democratic convention. by: planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
sicales invitations to are highly -
prized. As Mrs. Galt is an excel- trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

Colonial! !lent pianist and has a melodious voice, NEW STEAMER SAILS five years.are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

singing the old songs which the president tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

loves with great beauty, it is Bordeaux.-The new trans-Atlantic trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
that these musicales will be steamer Lafayette of the French Line
probable her interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
continued. The president's unmarried sailed for New York Monday on
daughter, Miss Margaret Wilson, '( maiden trip. She has a large passenger time and money to bring it into bearing.
also has a fine voice. list. Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

HILLSHigh The I'o'conlrs.: Wilson is an at you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

tractive dresser and she may well set The Lafayette carries about 2.000 proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the or thing
She is 690 feet long and I *
the fashion for women of her age. passengers.
i Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
Since she put away her mourning sev- her gross tonnage is 23,666.
eral years ago, Mrs. Galt has usually Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

selected soft greys or combinations of PUBLISHER SUICIDESSt. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

Dry, All CityImprovements white and blatk. For her afternoon *-ay, over the ordinary method of prop&gaUon.Vhat then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

:and evening gown material she has Louis Mo.-Edward L. Preeto- comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
i adopted crepe de chine, and for street riu, president of the German-Amer-
I wear serge velours de laine, and boa I ican Press Association which pub

I j broadcloth.; lishes the Times and the Westhche
While she was the guest of Miss Post: committed suicide at his home
SEE I Wilson (and incidentally, the .sweetheart here Monday. His body was found in Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
I of Miss: Wilson's widowed father the bath room where he had shot him-
) at Karlakenden House, Cornish. self.
I i N. IL, las-t summer Mrs. Gait was HOLBROOK IS BUSY MANJ. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
: seen usually in white tailored skirts
Carl Dann and blouses for the morning and either P. Holbrook, dealer for Hups
white chiffon or white silk in the and Haynes, has sold two Haynes. to G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, FloridaL
evening. She also appeared in a num- D. C. Thompson and Dr. Merritt, anda
ber of exquisite muslin costumes. Hupmobile to R. L. Nutt, of Ta

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Tallahassee. Fla.-In a statement Just before dark last night a well

The PeopleCrow issued here Monday State Comptroller I I dressed and apparently honest young

Knott declares a story printed in a man,went into one of our prominent C-

A complete line of Ford Acces I Tallahassee paper and sent to other grocery stores, ordered $1.75 worth of ____
less Cocks newspapers in the state Saturday, groceries sent to 109 North Duval

sories; a staff of expert mechanics Mr Editor-Anent the much dis was unwarranted and not in conformity street, to a Mrs. W. F. Norton, and I

to render satisfaction in all cussed "rooster ordinance. Thi with the law. The story intimatedthat requested that $8,75 in change be sent
I favors the abatement, there had been a laxity in the along with the goods, and the lady
I writer heartily
lines of Automobile Repai: I comptroller's office in the collectionof would return a $10 bill
legally, of unnecessary noise
special taxes against the national The porter who delivered the goods 11
Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and sances. There's no rhyme nor
folks make nUi-I' banks of the stateComptroller was met at the door of the house by
in lots of the noises
Gasoline, and fair and squar< permit. Roosters have no : Knott calls attention to the same young man, who gave hima I

urban districts, especially the license law, chapter 6421, contain- check on W. L. Norton for $10 and I
thickly populated
prices. where the streets are lighted ing the following provisionsSection received the change. On attempting I

by electricity. This aggravates then I 1.-That no person firm or corporation to deposit the check this morning the REO 1916

noise propensity to crow. It's thi: shall engage in business unless a bank reported it worthless, not know- I

"for day," i. e.. I state license shall have been procuredfrom ing any such party.
way: roosters crow 950.00: F. O. 11. Orlando
For Nine YearsWe they do their most vociferous "stunts'in the tax collector of the county The grocer then went to the specified -I

the wee sma' hours. Now if any; where the place of business may be house, found the goods under the

have been in business at the chick-a-biddy doesn't rest well, 01 located, or where the profession or back steps, the building empty and Are Here. Let us show you

:Mrs Hen is disturbed in her slumbers, occupation may be engaged in, or no appearance of the young man. I
same location, Corner of Soutl and chanticleer is awakened and observes from the comptroller or state treasurer The police are attempting to find

rain and Church Streets. I a dim light in the circumambient as is provided by this act, the the thief, but the bogus check artist This Wonderful Car

he thinks day is breaking, and I licanse tax provided by said act to be has no doubt made good his escape I
Phone 226 shouts the information and every collected by the state treasurer and This game is being worked all over I

cock mile around comptroller are 'xpress companies, Florida and merchants must be more
bloomm old in a
takes up the refrain, and they shout insurance companies and agents refrigerators careful Tallahassee Democrat. i I PALMS AUTO CO.

back and forth at each other till night and tank cars railroads
Orlando's Leading Repair Shop and telegraph lines. BICYCLE RIDERS FEEL HAND:' OF I

and GarageDoes is hideous.I note Mr. Editor in ;jour paper Sections 59 and 60 of the act "au- LAW I N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

this morning, some one suggests that thorizes the state treasurer or comptroller In police court yesterday several )

__ _ n n .. -- a certain species of the genus home to enforce the collection of offenders of the
license tax. All of the other license -
he: hired to move in. Also that the sidewalks-law were ridinJt-bic'c1eS-on'l
matter can be adjusted by putting aboard taxes enumerated by the act, in- have been

This : over the roost. Having hat] rluding banks, bankers and brokers lentless war upon Read the Sentinel for the News
some experiences along these lines. 1 1 ire payable direct to the tax collectors -

submit that neither of these remedies of each county and the power of I

Sound as adequate. In the first it is oh- the tax collector to enforce the collection -

served that fat juicy hens are usually thereof is contained in section ORLANDO CONCRETE

the Senegambian chicken f>!>, which provides that the payment
Good? fancier: and the cocks left to crow of all license taxes shall be enforcedby & GoreFUNERAL

ilone. Then again, the board plan the seizure and sale of the prop- WORKS Hammond

luln't work with me. The first npph- erty by the tax collector.In .

Chicken with dumplings, roast ,,ration proved disappointing, for perceiving his statement Mr.I Knott pointsout 407 LONG STREET DIRECTORS AND EMHALMEUS
that the comptroller has no authority -
of obstruction,, *
the an ,
presence Phone 195; -
beef, mashed potatoes, gn'cnpeas our old Silver King! proceeded to climln whaever to enforce the painent >- -
roll ice tea 1\11(1!' of license taxes that are by Low Prices
apple top of the hoard, and crew louder any Real Values

coffee, 25 cents. is he roosted higher. Then we fixed law made payable to the county tax of Concrete work done.
All classes
him We got the board near the roof,, (collector and that the charges contained COMPARE
\Ve served that last Sunday,. in the story here were entirely Walks, Steps Bridges, Fountains,
l elowt, so Mm-
and the roost just
and Hitching Posts, Arbor
and will serve something similar But without justice or truth. Fences, Fence
could not straighten up. FURNITUREWe
ply Posts, White Way Electric OUR
the coming Sunday. what think you? He threw up his Light Posts Vine and Rose Trellices,
effort, bumped
Our meals throughout the dead for a great Lawn Benches Vases of any size or provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac- ,
backwards, and
but dif ost his balance, fell Model Chimneys with Fancy Tops furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
good knowing
equally by
week cepted
are crowed three times while he was .-The shortage of men in
Posts of design, Building wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Gate any It
here it good.
article is
The is uniformly He well illustrated the an is
ferent. price ooping the loop to the ground. the theatre is by
Ornamental foundation
Blocks Common and can't make this point too clear-it is one of the
23: cents. nit with a dull thud which created new staff of the Kingsway which .
Building Blocks, faced with Granite; stones of this business and that means much to any bujer.McNEILl
(onsternation in the harem, and every Miss Lena AshweU has reopened. Rocks.
all the time. Coqumna, or any other natural
15 cent specials the includes women in en-
ten set up a wild cackle, believing Her staff many Plans and estimates made for Bunga-
fellow had died of heart failure, tirely novel parts. There are lime-
Oysters Fresh Every Day poor[ ; lows or other buildings. All work
and each blaming the other for promoting lights worked by three women, who guaranteed first-class. Building Piers & DAVIS BLOCK
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT the catastrophe.No will wear on the "perch" a masculine

sir, the board doesn't work; it looking costume of breeches, leggings, 2oc;; LINDSAY BROTHERS, Props. Corner Orange A\'e. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
At least, loose coat while a girl has
makes bad matters worse. a long
S. I). Lindsay, Manager. .
it did so for us. We have a theory,,, been taught to assist at the electric -

TheModelCafeBest however, which we hope to try out,. I switchboard on the stage and a woman -

I ome day, and if it is a success, our will help to hift some of the

-- - --- fortune is made. We'll relegate lighter scenery. A woman check taker Pine CastleNurseries
"Mandj" to the junk heap and buy us and a woman assisting in the box .

an auto. Here it is. "As the twig is office, to say nothing of a woman
and Promptest bent so the tree is inclined." Now, stage manager, in the same theatre ORLANDO ROOFING

our plan is to raise a brood of cockerels seem quite in the right order of thingsin
Auto Livery in such environment as that they war time. So far the management Pine Castle, Fla. ANCSHEET

can never indulge' a first crow. Their at the Kingsway have been unable to METAL CO
Service "sons" should feel less like it; and find a woman commissionaire.! Women

in the third or fourth generation' we object to dodging about for taxis Has first class orange find ---- --

5-PASSENGER may have evolved a "crowleurt cock." or autos on wet or foggy night, and grape fruit trees, ready to plant. I

Wouldn't that l Le great We haven't KO an ex-KoUlicr will be retained. Wo niter! only first class trees!/ Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

1 begun looking order for ipwimctisjpt. There will\ bra wom."'* orchestra budded from prolific bearing

In the mean time we are fnvor and woman press agent. trees! of known quality. NVjk? and Rubber Roofings

BUICK CARWe able\ l to an ordinance that will iil-utr also huvo the genuine Watson

noire iiuUiutcpM tlf every kind from MU. UM!:' >ri "chanticleer} to Tlpperwry," and willcheerfully ('ON\'H"I'IOS shipped from where wu wived) .

call anywhere at any time \ lay our one offender on thee'xcculloner's our seed :Melonseiirhed! from Work 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO f
blotk. I'rolunQ\ publko\ 20 to 45! pounds. Catalogue
Washington I), C.-Oaonr W. Undervtood
J, U, IKV. I
Gordon's Transfer Co. IIt'nator.elert from Alabama, ---
mild today in discussing the question -- --

201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 t'I.OHm.HtOHTI':: '\ AUK MKWN' :' of national\ defense, that he would Plants RoseBushes --
IN:' NEW: UOOHLirr wait until the army and navy experts Pansy ,
HAULING OF ALL KINDS themselves had reached their conclusions -
Petunia \ Y ou'll
With a suggestion of the Tampa and presented them to congresson 1;: :
'J .
I t Telephone
Bay hotel on its cover, the attractive scratch pads before expressing hisviews
T0 FOR ONE:' -HOUSE SALE PlantsLcaxe Jet If
booklet just issued in color by. the on the subject. .. :: .

The two houses I hnve for sale nt Seaboard Air Line will remind the The newly elected senator said hc orders lure t. ''ff No 28
the price of one are Knitted I on lot 7S pleasure loving! tourist that the time favored a reasonable naval defense your f- ; Q. I{
front fating east with a l':1:: -.v
foot has arrived for seeking. the sunny retreats although he was not preparednow )(
of 1S5 fort, number 4(>r :Vuiii: <>ii.iuvenuc. I army I /
between Livingston !anti A melin I I in South' Florida. to Ray what he meant by that forRUSH
The 'c-'ion: cf p'.cndil: bonus, The dl'I'l'ril'tionll'lIIitrllre places\ all term adding that he was not an expert Mil! li pll II Florist.
1 I call when need -
with grand old! oaks arching the the way from Richmond to Mainii andTampa. on these matters."I Just you anything
from "pins to
the oHice
btrci The': I modern 2 story house hUll on There ill a description of the 111m approaching the subject," he and we'll have it there sIn

first floor: parlor, (living! room dining. I Tampa Hay hotel and a write-up of said "in such a w ay that I will be J.1.1. AKUIIIKKS: : printing jilty., NVe arc featuring
kitchen, pantry, toilet nnd lavatory The central and lake regionof of the expert a
room Tampa. able. to 'take the opinions Phone 509. IDS! South Lab. tt.
and nidc,. large Ii\"lllf rear parch porch.on the front Florida it treated in detail with largely Into consideration .in VSXI-PWQ Forms and Binder Orders

On the second lloor nl'J: ht rgrsleeping I'cuts. and paragraphs.Arrangement! xhaplng, a final' opinion." timesaving tricks for overybusi
!; r'I1II1. ouch havinjr. riinmtlcd are being made to'i' lie lidded that congress would now' I
lavntorii'K', piped! for hot and! coldwulrr. carry a part of the Alpha Tau Omega j U in a better! poiti in dealingwith, ness ollico
'Ibore in also tin extra In rita'IIl'l'a'l'lu'II.ln
idceplnir 'porth with room fraternity 'tutu to Jutkiumvlllv' on the subject. to profit by U-nwini* from CLINT BASS \V. S. BRANCH
'I'ho 0 to witness' the football ,
enough for the whole tats icy. I November the liuroptan: war. PHONE ors
bath room i I..* liujro, light anti air)', content littwttn the Unlvtrnity of1it'rhla ---. Tilt AUCADK; HOOK AND MUSIC SToUt
trice enameled fixtuten' nilfliinitnry. qu.dern and and the UniverHlty! of (Ceorgia. : ANinxur.: or.. inr. I-KINCI: or West Jefferson Street I ,

.... An excursion will be run by the ::
'I ho IIOUHC tIC iH'\sly l iniintrd anti 11'i1LhSLondon.This Successor to
'pfii'd throughout. .liado_ tire hunt! Seaboard to Gainesville on November I.

U iiiHtiillod wired, ulttn for electric connected light with, gun. III'.J 1H on memint of the game bitvteenI'loridu b I the latest anerilote !land Wood CompanyWood I.I

and Tulane.tOltUKM'OMir.MS. of the Prince of \\aU-
fuel will Ih(1'rry "" ",' ,' I
necessary you for home comfort. If you Two British! officers, motoring.: from of All Kinds I Progressive PharmacyGreat

do not rare to UM the entire house", I : : ) ::' It I:::-rLtl1TEDLondon.New : the front, happened acron a wounded I
the insures location rentals 110 near of fcpiire the "\Vjominjr rooms tit, French soldier. To assist the fellow I I'RON1'T SUIl J'I \ progress is being made in medical science and

extra good 1 prices. Always in demand I and more stringent into the car and make him UJ ASN.\ HL K PRICK* I new remedies are constantly being discovered.It 4

: or if you care to rent the restrictions have been introduced for able was the work of a few \omrort-I .1 is important that the druggist keep posted regarding -

tourist tire house season and the occupy:3 room during cottage. ell'l those few British newspaper correspondents On the way the paths :- such progress. He should be able to meet the physi-

the premises in the rear, you who are allowed at the I municative, talked about hi Parlor cian's needs by having these new remedies on hand.
derive a rental by which the front. To such lengths indeed do the I and produced her photo. I Dressmaking
could be made to pay itself out. I new regulations go that most of the "Have not you one of your bonne PRESCRIPTIONSWe
There is a garage, barn and chicken I
of the
"ruits of Carious correspondents have been amie? asked the man younger
house, etc. withdrawn'l I and
kinds, everything right up to now and I for it is realized that to of the good Samaritans, whereuponthe have everything; prescribed by physicians
just a little above the ordinary in I the rules now laid down would render latter blushed furiously. "No. ,' Miss Margaret R. compounding is done with skill and care.

many It does wajs not require much ready the news sent quite valueless stammered the youthful officer "but I for present located at 407 S. Or- Nothing extra is charged for this extra care.
have a portrait of my father on me.
money; a small cash payment from
responsible parties will secure the MANY:' RUSSIANS CAPTUKEDBerlin end I will make you a present of it" ange Ave. Pharmacy

4 property.The ,-The war office announced Upon this the Prince produced a sovereign Lucerne
price is $6,300. A bargain at today that during the month of Octo- and handed the gold piece to Fia.H

that figure.. E. -.OUNfi. ber more than 40,000 prisoners were II the confused French private. The public and all former I I Phone No.2' Orlando .

REAL ESTATE raptured on the Fus.ian; and Serbian
Room 10. McNeill & Davis 10-24-tfp Block. .front Sentinel want ads get results. patrons invited to calL


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\Worthington 81 1 ackman


Plump' 1117
No 4' Wwl Pine Hiv,'l l lI

1 HUlIll11t in: mill 1 Y'tttplliiK'k-' -

OUL.A.N1DC. I Phone I I llll I
1 1'v worth llulltllnx.1 '''

Comcnl: Aflallte Plaster and( Lime DAVIS & GILESATTOIINKYS

Victor Storbuck:
r - I l'I >ATM.A\V
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Phone 161! Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-

Davis & McNeill Block
SENTINELWANTS No. 6 \V. Pine SI Orland, Ha



A Bath In A Tea Kettleis l -------- R. RAY WHITE 37

The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory i is the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
a long way from the luxury of plenty: of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
Term Cash in Advance SALLAS
and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water. Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I RATES 20S Boone Street

And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the I For One Day ___--_________25i
I j I For Three Days _______--__50c Phone 597.
of a Gas Water Heater. For Six Days ______ _________75c
For One :Month --- __ ____--12.31); \
This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater 25 tains words more or than less 25 If words the the ad con-rate DR. N. L. BRYAN

will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Convenience each additional! word, for each in DENTIST
Means Comfort, Economy, sertion.If ARCHITECT
can't ad to Phone 716
you bring your
\ the office telephone No. 24 Accounts McNeill-Davis Building Orlando,

tee the best and easiest way to get hot wnter-epecially:: after your furnace fire is opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YtnvellDuckwotth- Florida
payable, the following day.Filets tildgSURVEY1NU

out Hnme=Kterfr tluelnei.FTPty l .- Member .R A, A.

Tie n string} oil you finger hi tt reminder to dlu{ in at outotiice today and let U? t<; fsehlinel MUM) hits W slit fax. All lot I

talk It 0\ef With j OUIORLANDO Dr. F F Thompson

'Ill t III"**'I1 NpWr |1lalirti1 Jt tsI. Hllllltl' Plating, and Hub Dividing) Dentist
tat, ndtMlhliiy: IWM ,,htlata' ltugtletiltpa

WATER & LIGHT CO I hmitMlt) !\ IIHlIIY! : Hlhl iHtlHd- PROMPT ANn MtlltAT11YAit14 I laortnplly' of NewU580PTII \nr
tit Will Mlgp: I'I"') ijJ \I"I R cotta
Ilf '" $"" 111 me &mtny ,lu'"IH'"I! fll"lilh s t 1 1tf OKANGR
unfntn)!he IIhiH 1 l th "ni| wlactti4sIf.uire :: :: i .

GAS DEPARTMENTMMMMMMItlMIMMM' \ 'u.m-It.1 ); :!at UOO: ) West Cuiu-an) RHIe HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & Q'Neal'a

FOR BFNT-Nicely furnished looms,
in new house, with furnace heat;
all modern.105 West street. 47 Watkins Uldg. Orlando, Fla ... -
# U-2-6tc:!
FOR RENT Light housekeepingrooms Phone 72
I ; also flat, if taken by the
season; no children; electric lights,
city water and bath. Terms reason Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR. U H. RAMSDEU
able. Phone 680. 10 West Concord
r. avenue. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO. . FLORIDA
RENT Furnished, pleasant
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suit of light housekeeping rooms Davis & McNeil Bids AND DO ALL KINDS OFKEFATJtXlVO

. . . . . . . '. . . . . . . . " " " " " " 1 I on first floor; bath in connection; electric if- ORLANDO, FLA. orTIcAI
I lights and telephone; garage
: 312 North -- -- --- - --
desired; private family.
: main street. l1- -lmo. WANTED-Young white woman to \\NOr\CEME\T
do housework! for a !mull family.Call Mrs. S. Helen (;raves wishes to announce -
fill; ::> East Central avenue that she has opened parlors in

SOUl"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERiES[ [ i ii(i:..: FOR SALE FOR:-nveniu1 Three SALE, near good Luke lot I'ola.onIlidgewood otfice.11-3-:1tc ANTED-Clean: rags at Sentinel 1013tfMISCELLANEOUS the facial No.patronage Yowell-tuckworth 1.massage!hairdressing in Nolicttfd.by, and phone.scalp,building,No.shampooing treatmentAppointment ,7'J.l-ll-'M'l'Room Tout,

Will sell separate if Iellired! l A -
if taken nt once, na the owner :
OCOEE, FLORIDA needs" the money. Address C., rare :Ni\V: APPOINTMENT:
Sentinel. I 10:WMtn:'' I *
I MAKE: : .\ ItUSlNKSS: of plnntiiit/
full SAM.; six .tnm.u( tit stove> citrus t tree All tiff I oct /guur.nntifd. I The United Stair, Dank and Trust
w.s.d l for $In, lU'livcu'd., Aihlu', Write fur price flux. :2.M.Orow : Company have uppointcd. A. II. Cook
!list iISH.. I"'. D.I No. 1. M-.'.at.: Fla.lu4'1; Intoe &; C'ompuny. their Oiliindo. agents, for
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loan, certificates\ ,
0: "' = = - hanilliiig inortirat'-
and Poll SA1.KOne KnulUh: pointer! UUUSlt: Sn.I.KUS. : and income invt-ntinentw. If you wi'.h
All the leading varieties'of Orange Grape bitch, II ,month old, well trained\ ; I !buy, sel). rent, and exchange real to buy or sell investments or mart
run lie taught to retrieve; pap. "rn estate. Have resided in Orlando .'111., gage see local agent.
fruit Treesin fine condition at the very lowest furnished.; $Jo.; O. 11.1 Gregory, Winter over 30 year". have handled over Sentinel.
Jardcn. 11-2-tt'; 20000000. Call and see me. Subscribe for the morning
10-6-3m F. A. LEW 1 ER. 10 cents a week delivered.
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prIces "FOR I SALE-One New Perfection 3
oil stove and oven; one
burner and kitchen safe; TRACY & SOM ER VI LLE-Carpenters -1 PAPER HANT.INr.
kitchen table, one
and cabinet makers. Screen I _
T. B. Phil-
first class condition.
doors and windows, frames sleeping
lips, 405 East Pine street. 1123t'FOR :! porches, counters shelving show For $7.00 I will paper any ordinary

cases, refrigerators, alterations and I size room. Over 500 selections to
- SALE-Model 27 Buick; good additions. We keep a number of choose from. I do painting also at
condition. Write Box 567. skilled workmen constantly on hand. reduced prices. Phone 261, or dropme
9-23-tfc 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo I a postal and I will do the rest.

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest I G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando 1-10-31-lmo:
RENT Houses,
prices to the above address furnished and unfurnished. Also repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Umbrellas! recovered and repaired
I some splendid lots. Call and see what Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc "while wait." av young's Repair
I have to offer before you buy or
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pin Elder Shop. 21 E. Pine St.
Delivered day Spring
179. every
112: Broadway.
street or
Geo. T. Hull &
Water. See or phone
10-8-dw-lmo WE ARE IN POSITION to sell exchange -
Rock uuildmg. Phone 105.
11 I. . . . .1. . . . . . I. . I' J I. . . .. . . . . r++( . . . . . 1..1. I. . I' I I FOR S.\LE-A Singer sewing---I ma- I Company 10-lG-tfc. or Call rent and Yproperty. our see cit Y;and'u-Geo.count.uT

I chine. Phone 100. 113tfFOR : Hull Co., Rock Building Room 3.
FOR RENT Drink Elder Spring Water. See or Phone 105, 10-5-lmc
MAKER phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock
SALE-A building.; Phone 10;:. 10-lfi-tfc BUILDING MATERIALS AND

FOIl KENTA good ten room un- ESTIMATESWe
fumiohvd house! with: modern conveniences Furnished 14 rucm; house, on rick CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
and well ventilated; just the street, arranged for light housekeep limited number of persons. Pleasant are prepared to furnish estimates -
thing for a hoarding house; located in ing. Splendid location; large lot. rooms in new home. All modern on lumber and building mate-
a prosperous' growing! town. Applyto ( Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave. conveniences. Also furnished rooms rial of all kinds. Give our service a
\V. L. :Story:: \\ nter Garden, I'la. I 3-19-3mo for housekeeping Mrs. Gertrude trial. A. 15. Cook & Co., Orlando.
FOR SALE t'-30-tfc.: Seymour nurse, 11 High street east 10-iy-20t.I

FOR QUICK S.\LE-O acre tract of Lake Eo'.a.: 10-8.lmoc --
one quarter mile from city limits; _ -I
full RENTrurm. : ) for
room! fine for citrus or subdivision purpeses. ml:11FlOl"lC: : HOMES: :
I light housekeeping\ and also aleeping '
$100 acre. See Girl Dunn Ian'
rcMim; in gotnl location I fall per The "Old Reliable": Dig Tree
I 6-9-tf will bring in u car of fine patens the one that will yield a guaranteed
after ( p. m. :! A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on >2 N. Hughey; strtet. lO-SI-Ot: coming week. Any one wishing hisservices income for ten years. We handle income
,V I I FOR SALE OH KXCllANliK: : ; -Ten and experience will please investments yielding 8 per cent
I acre of first class celery or truck drop him a card at once, and he will net regularly. Real Estate:! Bond,
West St. $2200. FOR 1tXT'urni..hed: room, with land near Sanford. Several acres call to see you and make you hard :Mortgages and Income Investments.
S. ,' all modern .on\'enit'"t'iI, for hous cleared' and ready for a crop. Goodfence time prices. For reference see the Your money should yield 8 per cent
keepmg. near 1:011Park.. 307( Kn: "t around the property. Will sell palms at 411 North Orange avenue, in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan-
:I-Tine_treet. _- 10-31-it. at a bargain or exchange for good set out five years ago. J. II. Mooney, I do. 10-15-lmc
I Orlando or small grove. 1.10-10-tfc '
city property Orlando.
FOR the month
: nEXT-By season i W. S. Branch. IO-' 0-6tc LOST
i or year, one upstairs flat for light I PLANTING We
housekeeping electric; also lights other and rooms bath, and in I FOR SALE-Buick roadster; de. I are headquarters for all kinds of LOST-On Monday October 25, be-
C. A. HOVEY I house.garage Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. I I mountable rims; extra rim and Ford tire; bulbs aivi. seeds. Call in and see tween Robinson Springs and Orlando -
9-10-tfc completely equipped; a bargain. them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co., via east road between Maitlandand
Garage 32 East Church street. 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166. I Winter Park, one Fisk red top

I FOr.- 10-20-tfc 10-10-tfe_I 34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim.
RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
A communication from the finder will
I in new modern home; onehalfblock NOTICE
WANTED be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney -
from Anderson
I street near St.
Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for Owing to the increase of our busi-
the season. 406 Margaret street. WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- ness we find it necessary to move into
10-29-tf We are this LOST Small open faced watch on
-- erty for sale or rent. I am having larger quarters. moving
-- applications for houses furnished week from No. 10 East Church streetto i pin, between Lake Lucerne and the
: MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom. manp and unfurnished. I will be McNair Lumber Co.'s yards, and Empire hotel.'! Monogram L. B. L. on
First Methodist church; tele- glad to list what you have. Mrs. will appreciate your continued patron- back. Return to Orlando B..nknd
Try a Sentinel Want Ad phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson H. B. Leake. 45 East Pine street. age. BANSCHBACH: CABINET CO. Trust Co. and receive reward.
..r street. 10-20-tfc Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo -ll-2-6tc I


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ;I.. . . . . . . . . . I . . . MIM I . I III I II III I I III 1111111.111111111111'.1.111'

Mr. H. L. Beeman_ left yesterday 1

afternoon for Savannah, Ga., on busi-
ness matters.Mr. g
ld 1 0
t .
A. S. Griest has returned to I .+,.
Orlando from a business trip to Columbus e

Ohio. !

Mrs. S. A. Robinson returned home
yesterday from a visit to her daughter -I f 1

INCORPORATED 1893 Mrs. W. P. Pillans, in Lakeland. Prepare for x"THEAUTUMNOFLIFE"

Fish and oysters received daiK f'I. !
THE \ H. M. Self & Co. MO-6-tf

Mr. R. II. Pannill, of New York, I IBy
- STATE BANK advertising manager of the AGWI .
"[ [

ORLANDOTwentytwo OF Orlando.Mr.Steamship. Lines, spent yesterday in I. !

F. W. Merrick, state manage
)'ears' experience in the affairs of of the Royal typewriter, returned to
Banking enables us to measure and meet the Orlando yesterday from a business '
needs of our customers.The trip to points in the South. saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto ,
pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in Mr. II. S. lIe .ward, one of Jackson- amount each week We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate ville's representative citizens, \va i
lines of banking.THE among the business visitors spending have several plans. Let

SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF yesterday in Orlando. I

DEPOSITORS. Officers / 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. I

:Mr. T. J. Miner, of Ocoee's
LOUIS C. MASSEY ______________President one pop- .
ular and substantial citizens
T. PICTOX WARLOW __________VicePresidentS. spent
WATERS HOWE -____--____________Cashier and yesterday transacting in Orlando business.Mr. greeting. friends .f The Peoples National Bank !i

S. A. NEWELL _______----_______Asst. Cashier .

: M. T. LaHatte, of Atlanta, Ga., :
"It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
representing the Southern Printers :
t Supply House, spent yesterday in Or- : I III11I1I111I

lando calling on-the trade. :

Mr. J. A. Bray, of Alexandria :
Miss., arrived in Orlando yesterday to :
spend a few days looking this section
over with the view of locating. :
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
1 -18tfIr. :
:\ A. G. Florida -
REO ative of the Payne Louisville & represent-Nashville -: . . 0 . . . . ... R I . . .. 0 . . Ii Q . . ."."*. . )t r I . . ....c ..

railway, with headquarters in Jack-
sonville, spent yesterday in Orlando ell.' .. .. I .. I . .. .. & ..- ....-).+-. .-" t -...... I '" .6....., .

AT A BARGAINRun calling on the shippers.Mrs. .

J. A. Harris and daughter,
less than 1200 miles. $650 :Mrs. Lucy Woodward, of Winter Park.

spent several hours pleasantly in
\ ; ;
Come quickHaynesHupmobile Orlando friends
yesterday, meeting y
and shopping.Col. .

Salesroom J. N. Bradshaw left yesterday
afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine

on an important business mis- Hudson 33 Touring Car
sion to one cf the principal cities in
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Excellent Condition
KIDK; in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles .for 30c. 8-28-tf

I Mr and Mrs. W. A. Scott, of Ban- $325.00

gor, :Me., were in Orlando yesterdayin
their Pierce-Arrow car en route to
St. Petersburg, where they will spenda
portion of the winter.

San Juan Garage Company i
Lieut. and Mrs. S. J. Entrikin were .:
among the well known folks passing
through; Orlando yesterday en route .
to; their home in Narcoossee, after .
a summer's sojourn in the North. Orlando -Daytona I :
Stop Thief!

Mr. J. C. Woodward, of St. Louis,
is a late arrival in Orlando. He is
:Make your r ord car thief proof. I have here on a combined business and .t i

pleasure trip, and is making his headquarters
the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed -
at the San Juan during his
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on your car. stay.

Miss Echols' class for art pupilsnow r U I I II 'II MMMMMMMMMtMMMMWho II II H ........
open. Those beginning in china
F. G. RUSHPhone now will get reduced rates for firing -

in November. l-10-31-6tc :- Will Be Your Executor?

226. :Messrs. W. II. Gregory, Clarence
lamrick, Homer Dodrell, and W. E. :
Field, who spent last season in Win : ANSWER NO. 2
ter Park, are again at that enterprising -
I Your estate may be materially impaired: as s. .. ;
place after a summer spent at of an executor ..
direct result of the appointment f' ,
m Webster Springs W. '.a. or trustee. .

:Many visitors from nearby towns When an individual is appointed-:

were in Orlando yesterday on shopping is generally weaker .' ,
financial <
__.. . .. .I..IIIIII. . . .I. . . . . .i.t expeditions. Among those who The responsibility
It is usually provided in wills that the person /
ound time to pay the Sentinel an ap "'"' r>?
executor shall be excusedfrom ' 55
nominated to serve as
preciatedisit were :Mr. and :Mrs. J. t
\\", KU'vn, of Altamonte Springs.Mr. riving bonda. _
When surety bonds are supplied, it Is at the expense it t' "J ,
REPAIRING : (!co. S. :Marsh. Jr., and f.umly.f of the estate, and then only partial security ; T 3i
=New York city, nreponding sevcral 3Fr r
against loss is provided .
days in Orlando, guests at the .
When a Trust Company is selected fed dfij 1
San Juan. They have been visiting v !
Broken ring, broken heart; broken watch, broken engagement points of interest in the state, and The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility I

: ; broken eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented they decided) to spend the ,season inthe is secured. .

city.. A bond which has behind it the entire financial r ; ,,
silver, injured pride. All these fractures,and dents pass 1
strength of the Institution is always filed with 7
out of exUtance when they pass through our rcpairjndt.'partmt'ntthe =Now and ill do the jour time winter to take sewing.dress:. niikng Miss the Probate Court pt .n feat to the estate. l lt

best French l.ook, and ill x f 1 a'
injured articles returning Ichols: uses Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof ; +
good as new.
responsible for style and fit of dre-ses ho'
this newspaper. s pw z. I
And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. tu10316tc SOo South Main. Phone oO.t: _

FOR SALE-SEEDS Come in any time and freely ask for further p a '
----- Natal Grass Seed, guaranteed gathered : information on this vitally important ",uK'e '
ripe, well cured and "il! germinate : You are always welcome, and our offices are always r ,,, w iMM
if our planting instructions are
follo"t"tl.IOc.. lh- delivered cas'.". : glad to advise. _.
with ordt'r.Iobt' Fruit Co.. Ltd..eesburg. .
T.D.EVANSJEWELER Lake Co., Fla. 1-4-Ttc;

DoctorsBuekniastrr --- I i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

't: !Ernhllit? ( ,!!fi' :. Orlando Florida

!onal ;Instruction OSTEOPATH'er .ndw n. cat ; .. : Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Kirksville, Mo.
U2 S. Orange Av .>. , r.
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