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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 7, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00555
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MORNING SENTINEL .





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1915. NUMBER 231.






LORD KITCHENER BRITAIN'S FOREMOST.





SOLDIER TO THE BALKANS ; NISH FALLS



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IS LOOKED UNRAVEL TANGLE TO BALKAN AS MAN TO HARVARD BEATSPRINCETON Reliability Starts Run TESTCASE WITH( U. S. PowerlessTo ''TWELVE DEAD IN



Monday VillaOutrages
Stop


' THESERBIANCAPITALCAPIIU1ATES 1 0-6 6YALEJMS From HereStarting BRITAIN IS NOW'( BIG NEW YORK




Roumania Says Report Takes -Russian Germans Ships morning and at continuing 6 o'clock for four tomorrow days FACING U. S.u. S. ment Washington officials Nov.expressed 6.-State themselves depart- HOLOCAUST

Progressing All Along driving 250 miles per day for a total today as powerless to prevent the "I j

the Line of 1,000 miles the San Juan Garage action of tribute from American cor- -

IN THE WEST CORNELL company, of Orlando will enter the S. WILL DEMAND RE- porations in Mexico and the confiscaj j I FIRE SWEEPS BROOKLYN

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + TROUNCES MICHIGAN; i' great reliability run which is being LEASE OF STEAMSHIP tion of American property by Villa.
+ KITCHENER SPEEDING TO + CHICAGO staged simultaneously in every state This condition they said is due to FACTORY WITH TERRIBLE -
WINS
+ TilE BALKANS + in the Union by the Studebaker cor- HOCKING the fact that the only authority rec- RESULTS

+ + poration. ognized is Carranza.No .

,rt + London. Nov.-6.-Lord Kitch- + GEORGIA BEATS FLORIDA 3 37] TOO 0 Harris 1.. B. and Fort,Orlando Leon Fleming Hal M. TO DISCUSS THE CASE TO FINISHU. representations diplomatic or !j FIRE ESCAPES WERE INADEQUATEThirty

+ ener, secretary of war and greatBritain.s + newspapermenwill otherwise, therefore, can be made to
make this trip in of the
one Villa.
+ foremost soldier is ono + | -
+ the way to the Balkans. This + Virginia Outclasses Vanderbilt, Studebaker stock cars for the purpose S. Will Maintain Statements They admit that if Carranza can More

+ news was made public today simultaneously + Winning 35 to 10-Texas of recording the performances of the Made to Dept. of Commerceon not stop these outrages his govern- I Are Missing, but

+ with the dispatch + Wins From car. When reports from the "runs"are ment will be held responsible for pay- Collapse of Fourth and

+ that Nish was captured by the + Sewanee received the Studebaker Corporation Ownership ment of damages for loss of propertyand I Fifth Floors Delays

+ Bulgars. lie is looked to as the + -Other Results intends to base an advertising Question the robbery will be a matter to
campaign upon the results obtained. be taken "after the civil Search
+ one man to unravel the Balkan + I up war.
_
rn. a---.,. .. Orlando will in for good share I
.0.; """ -n "' come a
here + Washington Nov.
+ tangle. There is no doubt 6.-The United
Princeton.-Harvard 10, Princeton of the advertising.The I New York Nov. 6.-Twelve men
+ that he will next be heard from + 6. States will demand peremptorily the WINTER PARK COUNCIL IXSESSIOX
reliability is being land girls are known to be dead in a
+ fighting at the front or not far + New Haven.-Brown 3, Yale 0. run by at release of the American steamship
least 500 cars. In Florida however j fire that swept a five story building
+ from it. + West Point.-Notre Dame 7, Army Hocking if Sir Earl Grey, in his reply
0. greater prominence is attributed in the Williamsburg section of Brook-
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + to to the United States, admits that the The Winter Park town council helda
Annapolis.-Navy 13, Bucknell 3. the run because Orlando is the only seizure short session last night to considera lyn: this afternoon, and fifty are in-
Worcester.-Carlisle 23, Hollycross was made under any order in
city in the state from which tour jured.
the
council the number of important items of bus-
End Serbian Campaign 21.New or municipal law of Great
Berlin via London Nov. 6.The Haven.Princeton freshmen will start and end, and the San Juan Britain.If iness. Notwithstanding the protestof Thirty others are missing.The .
21, Yale freshmen 16.Chicago.Chicago Garage is the only Studebaker authorities have been unable to
agency W. Scott of the Audubon
prediction that the Serbian campaignwill the reply of the British foreign Way So-
35, Haskell Indians entering the The will learn if more dead are in the wrecked
run. public
be ended in two or three weeksis 0.Evanston.. office, however sets up a claim to ciety, the council authorized MarshalOverstreet
I .-Northwestern 24, Missouri await the detail of the trip with in- to continue the of building.
made by M. Toncheff, Bulgarian ownership of a vessel not wholly war ex-
6.Ann terest.A The structure was wholly destroyed.The .
minister of finance, in an interview American the United States will discuss termination which he has been wag-
Arbor.-Cornell 34, Michigan fifty and fourth floors
caved in
published today by the Tageblatt. 7. DELIGHTFUL HALLOWE'EN that point with Great Britain as ing against the buzzard. One of the
and the other floors
SouthTupelo.Mississippi a question of fact. The United States most important acts of council was are a mass of

Nish Captured Aggies Co, DANCE AT ROLLINS will maintain the truth of the state- the decision to purchase a $425 street tangled debris, and this has preventedthe
Mississippi 0.Charlottesville.Virginia. making a thorough search.A .
Berlin Nov. 6.-The of ments made to the sweeper from the Austin-Weston com-
capture 35, Van- All of Rollins College, both stu- department of
single fire and insidestairway
Nish, Serbia, by the Bulgarians was derbilt 10.AUanta.Georgia. dents and faculty, turned out last I commerce when the question of own- pany, of Chicago. Considerable other escape one
announced officially today. Tech. 21, Ala- night to attend the annual Hallow'en ership and the right of registry is routine business was disposed of dur- were the only means of es-
bama 7.Columbia.South. ing the session. cape from the factory, which was oc-
considered. .
social and dance in
Carolina 68, Cum- Lyman gymna cupied by four different firms, and
Take Russian Ships berland 0. sium. The hall was beautifully The proposition of the government
owned the
London Nov. 6.-Roumanian au Grenville.-N. Carolina 9, Clem- draped with Spanish moss and varicolored 1 in reference to the Hocking and pros- RETURN TO WINTER PARKW. by Diamond Candy com-

thorities have taken the necessary son 7. lights cast a romantic glamor pectively to the Winnecone was ascertained pany.
Auburn.-Auburn 45, Mercer 0. Edward I.. Diamond and his wife,
I
steps to bring into Roumanian har- Mobile.-Springhill 33, Mississippi over the gay scene as dozens of strik-j| today from authoritativesources. B. Taylor's family returned Sat- Selia
were arrested
bors and disarm vessels flying the Normals 6. ingly costumed guests gathered for urday night to their home in WinterPark tonight on z

Russian flag, which are loaded with J I:>'kSQnval1e.-Gl'orJria 37 Florida 0. the entertainment. Officials declare that Great Britaincan from Valdosta, Ga., where they charge of homcide, entailed by crim-

arms and ammunition for Serbia saysa Shreveport.-Louisiana 9. 13, Arkansas Excellent dance music was fur- attempt to justify the seizure of have been spending the summer. It inal neglect.

semi-official statement issued at Charleston.-Citadel 48, Newberry nished by the Winter Park-Orlando: the Hocking only on one of the will be good news for the Rollins The arrests were requested by the
district of
Bucharest, and received here by wire- I 3. orchestra and immediately following grounds referred to. baseball men to learn that the son, attorney- Kings- county-

.I._..... from. Rarlin Ralpifh..-North Carolina. m --00---Agones the grand march the leader- struck James Wrenn Taylor is to re-enter after an investigation of the fire.
---- ------ upa
27, Gallaudet 7. GOOD PROGRAM AT college this year. Young Taylor has Two hundred men women and girls
LUCERNE
Houston. Texas lively strain and the dance began.A I
27 Sewanee 6.
are estimated to have
been in the
Kralievo Also Captured Tulsa.-Oklahoma 14, Kendall 13. number of out of town guests were THEATRE for the past two years been one of

Berlin, Nov. .-The town of Kra present to enjoy the affair and untila Rollins' fast players. ered.building when the blaze was discov

lievo, 35 miles southwest of Kraguyevats late hour dancing: continued. Good I The L. A. C. Orchestra rendered a

also has been captured by the AUTO STRUCK BY'TLYER spirits prevailed and the evening's en- I delightful program at the Lucerne
Germans who are pursuing the Serb tertainment ranks among the first theatre last night. Manager Beacham NPWSPAPERPLANTBURNSRaleigh BRYAN'S POLITICAL PLANS DISCUSSED -

ians to the east of that point. class of those which have been held will bring many fine amusements and I
Calhoun, Ga.. Nov. 6.-Mrs. J. F.
at the college this companies to Orlando this winter to I -
Jarrett, wife of a prominent farmer year. tf. C., Nov. .-The entire j i Washington, Nov. Democratic
BIG CROWD COMINGThe which the public is eagerly looking '
living three and one-half miles from DATES FOR BIG DARACAIEET- forward. The audience last eveningwas plant and building of the News and :sentiment' in Washington) has crystal-

Orlando Board of Trade has i Adairsville near here, was instantly ING small and disappointing. ,How- Observer Secretary of the Navy Dan- I lized into the conviction that Bryan

received a letter from B. L. Ilamnersecretary ,, killed, her husband probably fatally I ever, the program as given by the iels' newspaper was destroyed by fire intends to organize to fight in congress -

of the Tampa board of injured and her son considerably Gainesville Fla.-The executivecommittee orchestra was high class in which started shortly before 6 o'clock :, against the preparedness program -

trade stating that a large delegation bruised today when an automobile in of the Florida Baraca-Phi- I particular. every this morning. The large printing es- of President Wilson.

from that hustling city will arrive i in which they were riding was struck by lathea Union held a very important lishment of E. M. Uzzell & Co., is j Bryan came out today with another

Orlando this week to attend the meeting a north bound Dixie Flyer. meeting in Gainesville. The most im- 'I also a complete loss. Several small i statement, this time in reply to criticisms

of the South Florida Chamber of portant business of the committeewas ANOTHER WHOLESALE GRUCF.R1' stores were destroyed. of his conduct by the presidentand

Commerce. Mr. Hamner states that SLIGII OPTIMISTICS. the setting of the date for the I FOR ORLANDO country.In .

representatives from that city will 191I convention which is o be held SELLING DODGES EVERY DAY some papers he is openly charged:

propose an advertising scheme at the J. Sligh is optimistic concerningthe in Gainesville. In conjunction with a ''I Another wholesale grocery will be with being: a traitor to his party and

meeting which will result in untold present fruit situation. Prices local committee this matter was fully 'j opened in Orlando within the next tenidays I The Orlando Auto and Supply com- disloyal to the president.
i i
benefits providing the Orlando Board are far better than they were at this discussed and April G, 7.8 and 9. 1916 j I Ij. by Messrs. M. A. McDowell and pany yesterday sold two handsome

of Trade wishes to enter the scheme. time last year. Mr. Sligh will start were selected as the dates for nextyear's ,, F. M. HarreH the former gentle- I Dodge touring! cars. One of the pur- HORSE SHOW OPENS
picking oranges tomorrow preparatory convention. j j man coming from Greenville Fla., 'chasers was Mr. I. C. Townsend the
''and the latter from Quitman, Ga. It New York Nov. With the
CRIMINAL: COUItT to shipment. Many *cars ofgrupl'fruit well known contractor and builder largest
passel through Orlando (,CONVOCATION: OF MASONS I I is to be located in the renovated: who is the very latest recruit to join number of classes one year excepted -

The attention of criminal court this yesterday and the season has actually Neill & Davis building on South Orange the ranks of automobile owners in ever to be judged, the National -

Week will be centered about the case started with a fine outlook. Jacksonville, Fla.-The eighth gen.I ) avenue. Orlando. The other went to Mr. E. Horse Show opened here today at

of the State vs. Bryan who is charged eral convocation of the Anceint and 1 I These gentlemen have arrived in ;Maloy.: of Kissimmee. n.1 Madison Square Garden and will continue -

with the theft of an automobile. Other Accepted Scottish Kite of "'reE'masoni i!I this city to make their home here anti I until November 12. The premiums -

cases, which include about forty B 0 L D ROBBER GETS $$30 ry will be held in Jacksonville November i'; are now busily engaged petting things I amount to $30,000 and thereare

are of somewhat minor importance. :22: : to :25, inclusive, bringing to j j in shape for their opening day. SUBS PASS IBRATER 146 competitions.I. .

Judge Warlow will preside as usual. this city a class of no less than forty j i \
Chase & Co.'s packing house was from all parts of the state. Degrees AT WHITE SPRINGS O. O. F. ANNOUNCEMENTOrlando

GOOD WORK MAYOR! raided by thieves early yesterday ranging from the fourth to the thiry- Paris, Nov. 6.--The Straits of Gibraltar -
morning who got with have again been passed by Lodge No. 20 I. O. O. Fn
I away a quan- second will be conferred during) he White Springs is planning on en-
In police court yesterday Mayor tity of belt canvas and leather goods convocation. The convocation will tertaining hundreds of good roads' German submarines which on Thursday will confer the first degree Monday

Sperry continued his good work by valued at $30. No clue has been obtained close on Thanksgiving. boosters Wednesday. sank two French and one Italian night on six candidates. All members

fining one C. A. Miller to five days on by the police who are workingon ) - -----..-- -- -- -- ------------ _"t."m..hn;,r_ T_}_,_._ ,_.r._ _.._._.. of__ non_u_ .t.necnl_ ___ n i.nunu __._ are urged to be present and visiting -

the sewer pang for being a vagrant. the case. missing. Odd Fellows are cordially invited -
Proposed Lighting System For to attend.PLENTY .

BICYCLE DEMOLISHED) MOTORED FROM ROCKFORD 11.1.

GERMANS AITACK* WIlSON Winter Park-Orlando I
Knox McAllister a delivery boy for Highway Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hollenbeck, heir I OF DIAMONDSNew

Yowell-Duckworth company, while -- daughter, Miss Vera May, and eon, J.
Berlin Nov. 6. Thelot..tIP"Jllt A. Hollenbeck and their pet doe,
via London riding a bicycle last night was struck
) Although the lighting of the road such system under the name schedule "Rex," arrived in Orlando yesterdayIn York, Ntv.| ft.- There will bent
attack l're"ldpnL11"on I.) nn automobile in front of the skating .
sharply! today for his remarks in his rink. His vehicle was dcmolUhed.\ between Orlando and Winter Park has | of rate given the city of Orlando their automobile. They left Rockford ) shortage in the stock of diamond

speech in New Yoik on Thursday concerning been discussed before nothing halt i>o providing n sufficient number of Illinois. on October 12*, and I traveled and other precious stones for the holt

person in the United) State, O. II. tf. IIKFKATEI: far been accomplished. to bring about I lamps are installed and a lighting nt leisure! speed. They followedthe day trade on account of the war I Iii the
contract for a period of several! year I Dixie) highway mot all the belief of customs officials here
who are purlieu of other causes than this improvement. Now that this way.
that of America, and have forgottenthat In a hard fought game of football I ran I be entered into. Many of the road they pained over charged with the appraisal of the
much frequented} highway has takenon Mr. Temple pledge the support of gem Imports, which have been
excellent and In.
their allegiance U. to the American nt Tampa yesterday the Orlando' high were they report a very
government. The A more improved appearance Mn'l// Winter Park to any satisfactory arrangement delightful! trip. They went noon after creating for several months took a
Storgenpostsays i school to defeated
pigskin er
& *" were
superior riding qualities it seems theproper which may be mad. with reaching Orlando to their winter home big upward turn in October Accord-
the
election at
)
Ilut Tuesday by the close score of 12: to 0 ty the time for the
provision of its the lighting company and it i ill hoped Log to a of the examiners.CITY .
"brought H heavy' moral defeat for llilUborough high school. illumination near Lake Lorna, on the Conway brick report
night
by
and that Orlando will be
the president," and that hU. speech lion. W. C. expected( no rOAd. .. ,. t t.i . -
Temple waa in the cityyesterday less progressive.! A line of light 1\1' ._ AND COUNTY TAXES
In retaliation
wa for "thU. German. TILE: WEATHER: '
American punishment" in the Interest of this project properly spaced along this road wouldbe Cuban alligator "shopping bags,
and
directed against wan obviously He has ascertained that the j in keeping\ with the importance of pocket and bill books.. Curtis & One hundred and eight city taxes

German.American For Florida: Fair today; light Orlando Water and Light company' the highway and the expense of light. O'Neal, book, stationery and music were paid to yesterday and 150 county
northeast to north winds. will construct maintain and light [
ng would prove money well spent. store. taiga.THE .
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I l'I.OUIlt.IIIU1'I\ IIUill\VA\S. :\ :
Sentinel I'I I
South Florida
Uiulu-trittl Iliad) I'
I MOVN4NO AND wKLY l''l.Ml 1,11\ "U"uU" are IIU.MIIU many Col T. J. Wntkliu"' loft \".teriliufternoon )' I

tN, M. l,|KNN:! . . . K4llr. iiuU of hlthwR"It" brick' wt a for Arcuduvheie he will RUPTURED
... .tl..ls.'Mss..rEnt..d I
W T t.kMlMjTON!
l luO after \binextensive i
iniUioiu of JolUr. ciwnd| feverul days king \
., th. |H....mK. .( OrUlttki, /'we. co t of litvrully DeSoto
UU, ... Minimi I Tim 1 Mail M_llr, and the renultx of thin use of brick inconstructing interests in county ,IMrll.
tint clued roads U of Interest Watkina has been Malting rela-

Pall,. I Yiar"II: HltTION. .,... .. . .HA...Ik....*..,.., 11 00 cenerally. tives and friends for several day ut Hut wh)' htitrer this misery \\ lcno can riyou a truss which is KiumuUwl \lo laid
[)eI,. Munlh. . .. .. ... . .. ...... .. ItO of Lakeland, 1.1 a., that place.Mr. and .satisfaction.
Pall,. I Month . .... .. . . .... .... IX* The Telegram I your rupture with\ \ perfect ease '
UttUr. I Month ...... ... .. . . .. .. ,10W acid editorially
1H.: Tomlinaon one of Jack-
wasting
_,kl7. 1 Y_T--T.: ::. .. ::-.: .. ...... .. 11.00 "Iluild brick roads and atop Honville'a leading and successful realty
money. Secure a permanent investment $6.50
ALL it'BHCSIPTIOKa"PAYABUt ADVANCE IN and stop the everlasting expense men, who has been visiting Orlando -

--- - of upkeep.' This is our advice and other wide awake towns in

TO ADVakTlasael to the people' of this county in regardto South Florida looking after business is: the price, and \\c guarantee thin: truss: to ):i\'t' satisfaction or we refund tho inotiQ.

c." >.r **,Ur sad M .tfc.. k.n,<-., road! building We do not expect interests left yesterday afternoon on Cull and let \1:0fit: you with a perfect truss.PROPRIETOR.
.MliUr .... hand, In s( tM tKnlnruf
4. >
.... ,h. Bntln l .....1.'.' lt.>*M t ,. .. the advice to be heeded.! The Urn* his return to the metropolis.Mr. .
U. 4.y k./.r. ,.tll tllait. Thli rul. ."u.!! brick roads scares the tax'
to than.*. for nlrtrl .4*.rll.lncl II I. rout of
la'ruble. am _lll b..trkur dhtr.< U.Bvbwrlbcni payer and he bulks. Perhaps someday and Mra. S. U. L'ates arrived inOrlando I

...1,1"* Tt.1".1 l dlkrvntinnmi the people will learn (1'011cOlltly yesterday afternoon, comingrota ,
should notify the nfflrt In ..ltI". on experiment that it U cheaper to buildpermanently ( Madeliit, Minn. Thin la their T. HI.- D E ..8..
MM tint. of ' '. olhrU U will wsenttn..d build cheaply anti hate
at the r:;uUr inMrrlptlnn rml*, than to second visit here, they many
until noun In top .U r....l.. . .. II
l nh* Nnk 0"
.- Commenting editorially upon this! ,, them bni'k. They ute .pleasantly

'''''\'IJ.On"II':1I: ; : ?, UI\: the Mouth t"lol'i.11htlllt'l of Orlando 1'nlpil for the winter nl :fit:2. 111'1

-' _. -- .-----" Hftt'lt\ I Halts ,MUwUMe. '

Vlltit and! Citrrnhft are unking It "ItMithpr Itptherinittun did hot CITY DRUG STORE

Ihely ptinueli\ down! In MpxU'it tit \\1\1\1.( nnyvonU, 1\.pr'lhll1lt,: ho I pgyuIn . Hut N'ettiiirtiivlnt tiH\pU II 1,151of

.. ftttnlii tits\,,, n .nlmi-f lit tlte liprtillliitih ) the filnive 14 true, bei'dUne it has llrtllltiiiKp fur t., tlile1! A Urn*..

the tl'UIII''"It". (heels. (ihiSfli lull in 'Ilrgnee, 'I hit cly \lIlli, InllilPifi.s! .,, in Oilftiulu Pdlpiliiy 1 |

= =-=o"= 0 I was Utp, first. ,In the .Mttle tnntT legs making his illilly-tlFnt. ttlllHIrtl |1'11' ORLANDO FUOKIDA(
iimiU, VuiliiU4, l lIMU In"Itt, lilt'
NVitli guud glialgge, Ihiiiilgh' I'IlIlIt" 1"I..t"
,
11t>ltt has loan 1 Mil litfiettp. of IfSonn ImVP' lean (l...it, but I'. ItuUlilig: had, was gl'vnipunleet| l | by Ml' I I., ","""", It It. Ilf -- 1.1..6 1. J l rd
thtt If
MliMtit\ sift ifiitu i ID I r
or per .tiipil that \has uh\'n U ha Ii"ti- (', I'f blfl
|l.ren \ 1'dl|''3at>Hlia(| A, J, HtlHUaa % ? I
muiilier, of MINIMI pntpli' >)til in 11\111111- --
biu-k, the Utltrentltiinait'B
fwitlunllke This was I
trial' 1I1""I.| utiiiim in I'ligUit'l:, .I mald$ Mme the lie 'name city niaideit trip through this : Pansy Plants, RoseBushes A. B. Cook & Co.
war 'i.nlinu to figures' palateby 1
section, but he made u most fuvorubtetimpression OPENING DINNER
l the CO\4'r1mw"t. Poem For The Day I
IA He likes Florida and especially I Petunia I Christ Building, Orlando.

Orlando, and thinks it one of I AT rl1l"
Orlando will semi u delegation of lIST AIIKAD the finest cities in the South. Plants
hunters into the woods. for deer two ISUILDINT. MATERIALS c

weeks from today. Several of the Lights of life Joe Phillip are gleaming just Guests registered:; at the Empire 50C Palms 50G Leate your orders here INCOME INVESTMENTSWe

eldest inhabitants will go to the wilds: ahead hotel Friday, November 5: J. G. Ber-
will also make the Pointing out which pathway vse
and several ladies should tread, nos, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Riley, develop vacant properties and
trip. Dear after deer? Ever leading to a star set high Michigan; L. G. Edwards, Atlanta; Baked Spring Chicken, Cream Gravy' .violet Dell Florist. handle notes and mortgages yielding

o Twinkling somewhere in the evening Jno. II. Dresbach, Atlanta; II. B. Bon- Cranberry Sauce i guaranteed income.

Only fifty-three more days of the sky.Shadows field, Jacksonville; T. A. Zouks, Tam- Radishes

present year. Right nois the timeto darken, and all things seem pa; Z. Griffin, Savannah; L. P. Hazel- Celery Avacado Pear Salad J. M. CARUTHERS TAXES PAID AND INTEREST
take the usual inventory of one'sself drear. pine Toledo; T. L. Duffy, Atlanta; A.
find out where any improvement :Misty is the eyesight once so clear; II. Grout, Tampa; Geo. P. Boutwell, : Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams Phoae 509. 408 South Lake 8L COLLECTED FOR CLIENTS
the usual NewYear's 'Till, as through the maze of night Wti Jacksonville J. Macaroni and Cheese ,
can be made, so that Ocala; N. C. Staubs, ;
resolutions can be properly All is grope brightened by the light of J.;. Almeter, Boston; T. II. Lannon, Carrots Peas ---- -

framed. Then it is a wise thing to hope.If Jacksonville; Wm. Hacker and wife, Steamed Rice .

advertise what will happen. Then, of aching heart Jacksonville; E. Bilger, E. Ilauch, G. Cake and Grape Nut Ice Cream
noontide comes an
course, it's permissible to forget it Cupid at fails to shoot a quivering: dart; Berberich, Jacksonville; D. Mathews, Progressive Pharmacy
all on January 2, 1916. Never to despairing dreams respond: city; O. Y. Elder, W. G. Darnistadt,
o Lights of !love still shine on just be- Jacksonville; Samuel Levy, Shreve- E. ROBINSON AVENUE
103
.
)'ono. Great progress is being made in medical science and
La.
SUNDAY.This port new remedies are constantly being! discovered.It .
the
curtain o'er
is the Sabbath, a day for rest. Night time throws a
past.Flickers is important that the druggist keep posted regarding
How many are laying aside the memo low the light that can not FOR SALE! such progress lie should bo able to meet the physi ..

ories of business; how many are enriching last.Smiling, for. though days on earth are cian's needs by having these new remedies on hand.

their lives with noble reading; IIpt'd.nn's :\1) residence, corner north orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet attractively front on
from Heaven arc shining just containing Orange avenue. Grounds PRESCRIPTIONSWe
told Robinson avenues
how are going to church; how and sprayed by underground -
many ahead.! Library, Reception Room, lien, owning arranged,
many are knocking one's neighborsand Room Dining Room, Kitchen, system. and log cabin play have everything prescribed by physicians and our

saying unkind things about Mrs SUCCESS on Pantry first, Grocery floor; with Room bath Lavatory and a sleephouse, all Large, etc.garage Will sell furnished or un- I compounding is done with skill and care.

Smith or Mrs. Jones or some one else; ing apartment with eleven windows furnished.and 11-7-lm Nothing extra U charged for this extra rare
'Tis the coward who quits to misfortune seven closets and storage room on
how many are reading the magazines,
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newspapers and novels instead of the 'Tis the knave who changes each CHARLES P. DOWFERTILIZER Lucerne PharmacyPhone

how people are riding day-
Scriptures
; many
Tis the fool who wins half the battle
No. 2 Orlando Fla.
in automobiles and tearing around Then throws all his chances away. ,
the country? These are questionsone
may answer for himself. This is There is little in life but labor.
find that a t
And tomorrow may
a Sunday and to a certain extent one dream-

may do as he pleases, but- Success is the bride of Endeavor, i
Sundays should be rigid! observed And Luck but a meteor's gleam. ,


as In God's the day cities! this is the Sabbath The Discouraged time to, succeed show traces is when of tire-others, Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP :MANURE, Yancey Meat Market Inc.

just as it is in Orlando. How many The battle is fought in the homestretch Flowers and Gardens. .
people are going to vaudeville performances just in. Rest for Ferns Lawns FULLY PAID UP
burningup And won 'twixt the flag and the
how are
; many wire." let yours now.Orlando. T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
money and gasoline; how many --John Trotwood Moore.
bottles of champagne are being drunk; o ORLANDO. FLORIDA

how many prefer roof gardens and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Wood and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

picture shows; how many are sittingat baby and Miss Gladys Law are have Co.
Estate
home near the stoves or around arrived in Orlando from West Lebanon Real Florida and Western Meats

the radiators disgusted with Northernweather their sixth season IlKADLCY
to spend II.
N. II., E.
and wishing for another at their pretty home, 202 West 12 W ATKINS 11LOCK PIIONE501 Oysters, Visit, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, lite.

dime; now many are counting thelt Amelia avenue. Coming on the sam !ape.t.I l l Attention to Hotel and O..t.f Town Ordtr

blessings> In New York nnd Chicago train with them were Mr. and Mrs f 8csiae00 IH I p. 0. BOX lift
Instead of bemoaning the high cost of Clarence Towles of While HUel - "ONtl \ tnld"u! I Iii e.,. Grn(. A.., end Churth. itOP

living, the confining lawn of a liberty Junction, Vt. They hate been wihiJ'IIltnr" 1

luting tmllun, and ttssalllnt* the |III eOl!;-l \ ;: .fur several t years and will\\\ re,
.
dent! luuoiiiaa.., ......., tin has tint Plollt'Pllttt, 'Flap! with Mr. ntitl !'lte.HmUh'
'Itt Meifu! | how litany me going: h'l' OATS AND RYE .-- -

fine ilnmlips! and ilipawltitf hl,,' t Mr. nii.l MN. W (U. Macon nndilillilipti '

Wn1l Mippl I or HIP I'll r.f itpttAM j t "HlprtiHip: \ and I IMtWHol: nr: 'rhe: arket

"week this 14 j N ml'lin' Nat ,Iliad t Oilriiol'i yesterday! Hfteniooitover and
in Call in
arrived.
Cl.KANUNBSS I
Iii4 t'uixn'iefKit! Fresh shipment just OP QUALI"VOPPOSITE
rata.i tine way do M \ t the Coast Line, Coming from Ulmlra : :

..1irt"IlIii.il\ =- N Y, They will attend: ' the get yours, Prices right POST OFFICE
$"' 'U"d4) art not Iunda)Ii and Triti winter with Mrs "h sol '. parents, FRESH; AND SALT MEATS

dais i or sillier "*-,'k d4> -(hey should' Mr.I and Mrs I A. I}. Hymonda!: at their SEEDS I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
|I.t' gjtrn user to the -Ma.ler? attractive home on the Conway brick All KINDS OF GARDEN, FLOWER AND FIELD I
screened from the and
fresh
Everything flies
Yes, this M Sunday in Europe justus road away kept

it U in New York or Orlando How Seeds to be Fresh and pure.
We our
many millions or men are in icy guarantee We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

trenchesvith loved ones at homtiI'ra'ing I everything in the Meat Line. .
for the hands and faces of Sunday Dinner
brothers, sons and husbands who have Orlando Seed & Produce Co. I .I-I. jV I. Self & Co.

gone mouths never to are return there; how around many hungry the, 50 CentsChicken 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 .1 PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETQuality

empty kitchen table; how many potentates II IIIIIII

are thirsting for more blood;

how many armless, legless and blind-

ed men rest upon the future for benevolences Soup, Crackers II . I I I I I I II II III II IIII IIIIIII II I III I III It
and charity; how many Smartness and Long LifeA
orphans hunger for the touch of lice[ Iced Celery : ,

and father how many disrupted First
mother ; The Customers
destroyed Baked Chicken with Cranberry Sauce SILVER GLIDEA -
homes and villages are I

by the ruinous god of Mars; New England DressingCandied COMFORTABLE RIDE-
how many men are sitting at home Studying YOUR needs and striving to meet them is the fame IN A CHALMERSFOR
Yams our own needs. Our business!! is not to serve ourselvesfirstbut I
and allowing some one else to charge as studying last.! The results! through which we profit are the results SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition ; new

the encm>"'s! trenches; how many men Creamed White Potatoes that bring you to us. That is why we must think of >'ou- tires, top and windshield ; also one twin cylinder Indian
are cursing other men because victory and serve >ou.
has not been achieved; and how manymen Macaroni American styleHomemade Our facilities and our ability them.are not You things are that the consumer we can con-of Motorcycle, for cash.
Hut consume
can
nnd women in Europe today are Dread Apple non what oump. we produce.you If we are to "buy what Wt' wish or do the
praying for pence T Sunday U an Intitutloti things! we wish we must t-e i-ucceni-ful. That makes our first\ ol.liuntion -

of UoU'n, not of hmn'n, nnd Iced Ten Cotfce to \.Ou.'Iur patron.
it let'ltto he nbnered &1. ItiJlvldviuU Your Importance to u* ,U not assumed. It ,U genuine. .WASHING
better"The
yet Our Purees* is greater u our service to you is AUTO STATION
suit 111\\lUll" decree, >et-
SunlnH sad nil days! .hull'' Uul Co-Operative Produce Co. I

.rutl end l rrtfuUtid nffordlnu (h I Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr

GIM1'e: "IIU)1" The Avalon W. S. DeWltt Mcr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ,

\ : 14 EAST CHURCH STREET.: PHONE 223.THE .
ROAd the Warning Sentinel for Uu Corner J"rrrliUIand Main, uppontle I I
MMMMilMIMMMMMIMMMiMMIMIMIIMMMMM
f news. lOe. a week doUnrt4. Episcopal Church



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UI..ltl.\I.1 itirom: or itn.Mii) 01 reived and read I NO MKAT: l'UlU.SO I'OIIK{

tin) \NTV t'OMMlSSlONKItS Hoard mlj'turiuil I tit Wednesday, u SAT I''IIIIAYlUh

.,. A, ltd, Nnvrinlicr\ I
Wanted [
'fwMI47, |I" ,1. M., Slit :2:, 11113.llo W"I"""dar, it .\. MM :Nov. :3 t, 1913' I Is'n'It n- << \"r""Hn'I'II't"r.. pub\ li axwe

\r.| met |pursuant' t to aij| < irninrnt < hoard! met pursuant to adjourn' the Jichrdule |t'rt't'14',1| liy the Berman ,

mentt Present, Chairman Overttieet, federal council In pursuance of
I'rarant Chairman tvar.lreet t. i
l'ommhililullt'n| StwrWrd" Drown inl the decision to restrict consumptionof i
("mmill-ioneril Sweet, Pillard!, Drown, i
'lard, and Sweet. meat. This schedule, ai forwardedby cTKe''Wbivcler
nod Stnrbird.1Dnute !
The clerk was instructed to ask for Reuters Amsterdam correspondent Car"t
( of the two previous meetInpa .
sealed! bids for claying the following 1 is aa follows:
reuti and! appropetl
roads: Mondays and ThursJai--fle-staur-:
The county surveyor made his re
Real From Oakland to Lake county line, ants shall offer no meat, fish, fowl or
port in connection with the petition
running west, about 2 miles. dishes cooked in lard bacon or drip-
of n. II. J.
Roper N. Joiner, et a1.!
Winter Garden south to Peters'property. pings.
The route as corrected by the surveyor
Tuesdays and Fridays-Butchers
was, upon motion, accepted.
Barnett's corner to Lake county shall sell no raw or cooked meats.
Contract with Standard Oil com- I
line, and from there to Mrs Williams' Saturdays-Pork shall not be sold.
.
pany presented.Jas.
place, about 31-4 miles. Thus far the federal council has
.
F. Watkins requested the
Communication from Dickinson & I placed no restrictions on cooking of
EstateI Board to ask the comptroller to allow
Dickinson in re Mrs. Spenner's loss meats in homes.
him to redeem certain lands at reduced
caused by lack of drainage, received.No I I -
valuation. No action taken. I
action taken. Subject matter referred SEVENTEEN: INJURED BY POW-
Application of Susan Hancock fora
to chairman of the Board. DER EXPLOSION IA
pensoin presented, approved and I
forwarded to comptroller. |I Following bonds as notaries public DUPONT PLANT 11 Demountable Rims

approved:
Communication from II. A. Ward,
Worthington Blackman; sureties, Wilmington, Del.-Seventeen men I
The 1916 Maxwell is
equipped with de-
agent of C. II. Morse, addressed to the I
Fidelity and Deposit Company of Ma were badly injured Tuesday by an explosion -
I mountable rims and has the
town council of the town of Winter I same size tire on
ryland. I of a large quantity of powder 1 1I
Park, received and read. Upon motion all four wheels. Two vitally important features.
I Bessie G. Leake; surties, W. S. at No. 1 plant of the Dupont powder
duly seconded, Mr. Ward was I I B
Branch and E. F. Sperry. ,works at Carney's Point, N. J.
notified that the Board of County To replace a tire on the road it is only
I Louis S. Dolive; sureties, S. G. Do- ; It is said a car load of white can- nee-
buy either Commissioners has no objection to b to loosen five bolts
raw j'live and V. W. Estes. non powder exploded. The injuredwere essary ; slip off the flat

putting in his the letter.Application fence. and gate referredto I Margaret B. Fisk; sureties, Jas. A. brought to Wilmington hospitals tire; slip on spare rim and tire; tighten three S

Knox and Jas. L. Giles. bolts, and proceed.
S
land of Dr. i
or I David C. Roney
groveproperty | Following bonds to bear fire arms c
i to lie appointed examiner of children f
''approved and licenses ordered issued: GERMAN AIR HUNTER GETS HIS We are waiting to take you for aW.
I attendintr puNic school received and
W. D. Reid revolver; sureties, G.M. SIXTH VICTIM test ride in the car that has broken
near: read. No action.
: Mrs. Fox appeared before the I' Barlow and C. D. Chadwick. all low "First-Co records, and is

Henry B. Osteen, revolver; sureties Berlin.-An official statement today
all low
I I breaking "After-Cost"
Board in reference to having a road records.
i
Orlando. I Fulton Canada and Stephen A. Par- says:
opened so that she may have accessto I'
'tin. "A French biplane was brought
the puWic road from her home. d1 1kiccair7op ltrtzJfutr
:| B. II. McClellan, revolver; sureties, down south of Tahure on October ;CO
Upon motion, duly seconded, the .
par- : :\1.1.. Miller\ and W. G. Sphaler.M. by Lieut. Boelce, who thereby put his Demountable
ties obstructing the road are given ? HcctricDghtsayntfo
T. Anderson, rifle; sureties, C. sixth enemy aeroplane out of battle.I
fifteen days notice to remove said ob .
struction. E. Hyde and T. B. Tower. "Several aerial battles took place in P, nVisbn.SndsIdsld\\ Ignition

Have for Frank Jones, rifle; sureties, M. T. the neighborhood of Belfort, with I
Judge Cheney, M. M. Smith, and S.
A. Johnson, a committee representing Anderson and C. E. Hyde.A. good results for the Germans." F.o o Da-r osrr

M. Wofford, rifle; sureties, A. M.
the Elks Club, appeared before the
I Clarke and C. B. Claxton.C. .
Board in reference to the exchange of
exchange twoautomobiles I E. Hyde, rifle; sureties, M. T.
the Elks Club property for the jail lot
Anderson and T. B. Tower.
property. Mr. Dickson appeared in H BERRY
Reports o! the following county of-
to said I rE
opposition proposition. Upon
as I ficers were received: Superintendent I
motion, duly seconded, the proposition I
county home, superintendent roads
submitted by the Elks was rejected, I ---
I I and bridges, county physician, polls,
follows: unanimusly.Mr. !licenses, county agricultural advisor,
1 M .M. Smith appeared before
I bond trustees, treasurer to state and A complete line of Ford Acces-
the Board in behalf of the town of
Winter Park, requesting: that the public I to county, receipts, sheriff to state, sories; a staff of expert mechanics "Even vd3ra: i'Plll ad '
and auditor's financial statement.
I road from the store to the railroad satisfaction in all
1915 Ov- I There being: no further business, to render
crossing be repaired and the bill for DeLANEY WAYriziid
the Board adjourned to the next regu-
:the cost of said repairs be rendered to lines of Automobile Repair
lar meeting, Tuesday, December 7.
i the town of Winter Park. :Matter 9i
Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
erland. This taken under advisement.Mr. I ', I }.. 2 iI' :,
I I J. E. Maddox, of :Mount CANDIDATE FOR COMPTROLLER Gasoline, and fair and square "

I appeared before the Board in Dora'i VISITS ORLANDOMr.
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has less to changing the road from I prices.

car run corner to the county line and then to I C. B. Gwynn, of Tallahassee,

Mrs Williams' place, road about 3 1-4 I i candidate for comptroller of the state,

than 00 miles. Subject to be considered. i was in Orlando yesterday circulating: I ; & GoreFUNERAL

01 Upon motion, duly seconded, the (I,I among his friends. He is making the For Nine YearsWe

condemnation proceedings for the .campaign as "a business man with a

miles. Has Electric route of the Orlando-Oakland public I.record of 35 years as chief clerk in DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :

-\ road at :Minorsville referred to 1 I three different departments of state have been in business at the .
was
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the chairman and the attorney of the government." Mr. Gwynn's official same location, Corner of South

Lights and I Board with power to act. I career in Florida began in 1876, when Values Low Prices
Main and Church Streets.
In re petition of Phillip Muehl, Jno. he was sixteen years of age, as chief

Roth, et al., for change in certain clerk in the office of state treasurer. Phone 226 COMPARE

Starter and in I road a counter petition of S. B. Since then he has been chief clerk in

!!Reaves, J. S. O'Berry, et al., against the office of the secretary of state, OUR FURNITUREWe

clerk in the state land department, I
said change, received. Upon motion, I

first class con: duly seconded the petition of Phillip and since 18S4 has been chief clerk in : Orlando's Leading Repair Shop' provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

:\Iuehl. Jno. Roth, et al., was grantedas that department, holding the position
I and Garage by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

prayed for, viz: Change the course now. an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

dition. i of the public road now running diag- can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
ENGLAND WILL TAKEXOTIIER
and northwesterly - - -- ------ -
onally southeasterly of this and that
stones business means much to any bujer.
making said road to run due north CREDIT VOTE

and south on the section line between London.-Another vote of credit Pine Castle

Model 25 I sections 23 and 24 and between blocks will be introduced in the house of

: "U" and 6 of Overstreet Crate com- commons next week.In McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

j,pany's subdivision the length of the announcing this fact today Pre- NurseriesPine

I proposed road being a distance of approximately mier Asquith did not mention the Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

Buick. This is one-half mile. amount, but it is expected to be 250- Castle, Fla.

I The hour advertised for opening' the; 000,000 pounds ($1,250,000,000)).

bids for the remaining $75,000 of road
Buick in -- -- ------- --- -- -- --- ---
a gray 1 bonds having arrived, the following TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE Has first class orange and

bids were received: grape fruit trees, ready to plant.

mechanical II Spitzer, Rorick & Co., of Toledo, O. The two houses I have for sale at We offer only first class trees,
located lot 78
of
good the price one are on
I
& Slaton, Toledo, O.
Terry Briggs foot front facing east, with a depthof budded from prolific bearing

N. W. Halsey & Co., of New York. 185; feet, number 406 :Magnolia trees of known quality. We ORLANDO ROOFINGANL

condition Iloehler, Cummings & Prudden, of avenue between Livingston and Ame- also have the genuine Watson

Toledo, O. lia. The section of splendid homes'l watermelon seed. No melons
with grand old oaks
I A. J. Hood & Co., Detroit, Mich.no streets. shipped from where we saved
SHEET METAL CO.
newly paintedand ( check). The modern 2 story house has on I our seed. Melons weighed from .

I J. R. Sutherlin. & Co., Kansas City, first floor; parlor, living room dining 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree.

Mo. lav-atory I
.
rebuilt. Upon motion, duly seconded and and side, latticed rear porch.On Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

unanimously carried, the bid of Iloeh the second floor are 3 large

ler, Cummins & Prudden was accepted sleeping rooms, each having enam- and Rubber RoofingsCornices
eled lavatories piped for hot and coli
and the bonds were awarded to water. There is also an extra large CLINT BASS

Iloehler, Cummins & Prudden, the i screened-in sleeping: porch, with room Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating. M'fal Ceilings

county allowing them $450 for expense enough for the whole family. The I PHONE 315WestJefferson
bath room is large light, and airy
Write and whatyou've of examination of the validationof
say nice enameled fixtures, all modern and Street Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
: the bonds. sanitary.The .
II. Benedict appeared before the house is newly painted and pa- Successor to

got giving pered throughout, shades are hung it --- .
Board in reference to being reim-
) is wired for electric lights fixtures Hand Wood CompanyWood
taken from his landon
bursed for timber
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installed, also connected with gas In.
full description, location the Christmas road. No action. fact, you will find every convenience -- ,--

Communication from Henry Sticht necessary for home comfort. If you of All Kinds You'll

No action. do not care to use the entire house. I &
received.
etc. PROMPT SERICEREASOXABLE I
the location so near the "Wyoming. Telephone
Letter from Orange County Ctirus
r insures rentals of spare rooms at PRICEDressmaking Get It
Sub-Exchange in reference to citrus extra good prices. Always in demand ,

canker, asking the Board to cooperate ; or if you care to rent the en- I '
tire house and the 'q 77jJJP No 28
occupy during QuickJust
in obtaining aid from the U. S. !
tourist the 3
season room cottage on ;
RealEstate government, received. The Board expresses the premises in the rear, you would I

hearty interest and co-opera- derive a rental by which the property Parlor

tion in the matter. could be made to pay itself out. for
There is a garage, barn, and chicken call when you need any
Petition of W. G. Sphaler, G. R. house, etc. Fruits of various thing for the office, from "pinto

Brickley, et al., for a public road from kinds, everything right up to now and I printing," and we'll haveitthere RUSHOrders
west about six miles, just a little above the ordinary in
Taft, running Miss\ Margaret R. Hamiltonfor in a jiffy. We are featuring
received and laid o'"er under the rules. many ways.It
does not require much ready located at 407 S. Or- !
motion the was present 6 jpssn Forms and Binderstimesaving
Upon county surveyor money; a small cash payment from

instructed to sorvey the route and report responsible parties will secure the ange Ave. tricks foreverybusiness

the probable cost. property.rice
upon ; office
is $6,300. A bargain at
The purchasing of a desk for the that I

sheriff referred to chairman, with figure.E.. C. :OUNG.
to act. REAL ESTATE, The public and all former I W. S, BRANCH,
Care Sentinel power Room 10, :McNeill! & Davis Block.
Letter from Mr. W. C. Temple re- 10-24-tfc :patrons invited to calL THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE J



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FROM TAFT Watch us grow. (GERMANY TO FIGHT UNTIL THE I. I ILong

: SEAS ARE FREE
i Since the surface water disappears
I
Taft Fla. Nov. 3.-Mr. Russell so quickly after a heavy rain peopleare I
Berlin.-At the annual meeting of I
Safford and wife are about to leave sitting up and taking notice. DistanceI
German ship owners held at Hamburg :
the bakery and move to Tampa where ,, We learn that many of our people
Albert Ballin, director general'
Mr. Safford has secured a position. who went North for the summer are

The W. C. T. U. medal contest on their way back and will bring I,of the Hamburg-American Steamship I Gets
spoke on the subject of the Always
passed off very pleasantly, Mrs. J. N. ,many of their friends with them. I company
freedom of the seas. He remindedhis I :
Ahik winning the prize.C. Mrs. Minnie Riley returned to Orlando E
hearers, the Overseas News
Avery, A. E. Boyce. and Geo. K. Sunday monrning. says

Thomas were transacting business in j Rev. R. J. Brewer is slowly improving -I Agency, of the "British menaces that Quick Attention
the German fleet would be on the bot-
Orlando Friday. : and was moved into town Tuesday -'
tom of the before
Saturday evening Prof. :M. M. Dit- I t with Mrs. (Grandma) Thomas. ocean Germany I
"
knew the war had begun, and added:
ter gave a Hallowe'en entertainment Third avenue and Fifth street. I .
and frolic at the school house. The :.i Mrs. Edna Helms-Williams, of "The object of Great Britain and '" J "1 always answer LongDistanceTelephone !
her allies in the war can not now be
children and the old children had a Tampa, who has been visiting with *
attained. The Russians will
jolly time with games, recitations, Mrs. Ava Payne, on Palm avenue, for not en- calls
I ter Constantinople nor will the tri-
marches, songs, witches galore Mother a few days; returned to her home I II
color from the cathedral
wave at
Goose, etc. Mother Goose told the Monday.Mr. it I II
Strassburg. Great Britain will un- promptly. Usually
fortunes of several which produced and Mrs. A. L. Wright enter- I
much merriment. The goblins' pa- I tained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoffner derstand that a European peace can
be assured only by the Germans hav- I means profitable business -
rade (with a darkened room), each !and son, Eugene, of Pine Castle, Sun-
ing equal rights on the ocean.
marcher carrying a lighted "devil" on
"Freedom of the which Actu- i settle
day.Mr. seas opportunity to a
a pole, was exceedingly fine, and must : and Mrs. A. L. Wright motoredto or an I
is in intolerable
ally beingiolated daily
an -
have taken much drilling to acquire OrlandoIonday.
: manner by Great Britain, and satisfactorily.
quickly
with which it problem
the perfection was
Our yodng people sprung a surpriseon
eX-I will be asked for not only by Germany -
ecuted. The children were kept
Mr. Hitter's family' Tuesday evening but by all seafaring nations." i
until nearly midnight, catching apples ; by a secret assault! and capturedthe "

and doughnuts hanging by strings, I whole outfit. After the surrenderit DARDANELLES: FLEET: : MANNED 'hen I talk to a man over the Long Distance

with their teeth, getting apple by I WM explained that as this was the II\' OLD MEN"':
their teeth from a tub of water, und! i Mrh

ihtttiy*. er\cil.irtimcs.The l lemonade thank due of and Ill to] In'trr-cbkcnue t'rof. I which Leslie, satisfactorily something had settled to be mutters done, ish Mail(fleet describing at the! the Dardanelles work of the n rorrespuiident Itrlt. can inject my personality into the matter and win

tested In HIP school l are
and! nil went in for n good l time which
"All the hard wOI'k.c1l1n .
Hitter Mini hU wife, who no ugly\ IIII'j was heartily enjoyed. Ullinty l refreshments t'ra1I\I\tllltrl\ln says: of these naval op his confidence without loss of time.
Uteil him in their etrorts and The .
served.
were party conUted
erntiona tilt the Durdunellr are nut
|
to make the nlfulr such a splendidsuccess.
of l flavid l and Romaine Richard
It will be bright day in ,* '. tilling on the young undiicorous "The both Local and Long Distance!
son, Isabel Harris, Chas. J. Tompkins manhood of the fleet but on the old telephone, ,
the of the children for
memory many
Eunice and Nellie Harrington
home-rooted reservists who were
many years. Ralph Dennis, Anna Ellison, MayHartm'er railed back to the colors to man this plays an important part in our business. We havea
Building Is going on quite lively
and
Charles, Ethel.
Clyde
outbreak of the
here house now.nearly Mr.finished 1<'. C. Murray just west has hi of. John L. Ditter, and others. auxiliary war. fleet at the Bell Telephone on every desk and the time and

Many new faces are seen on the "The ships are the oldest of veterans .
town. He is hustling it along to get
ready for his family to come from streets which indicates that the win- and so are their crews. In some traveling expenses we save make the cost of our

weather ter and permanent sojourners are ar of the ships out here there are hardly
Michigan before the cold "
comes up there. riving. The Nelson House is fillingup any men of active service rating on service one of the most profitable investments.

with winter boarders and many the upper deck. There are many men
Mr. S. Rizk has the frame up for
transients. We need another hotel' as between forty-eight and fifty-six
the block
the large addition to cement
the Nelson House is crowded at times years of age. Nearly all are fathers
recently purchased and the frame

work up for the upper story ready to since a rumor the that large one hotel is burned.to be built There soon.is and many are grandfathers." Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.

put on the cement blocks outside,
With one more hotel and an ice plantwe TAMPA MAY BACK NEW STEAM:
which will make it a commodious I
building. would be very well fixed. LINE TO CUBAN PORTS I

Guy K. Thomas has the frame up I Tampa Fla.-The postoffice depart-I 1 r+

for his two story addition to his houseon WAR REDUCES CRIMES IN: BRITAIN ment having decided to accept the '

Sixth avenue. : BY 37,000 suggestion of Postmaster James :Mc SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE .

Mrs. Hill has had the painting fin- Kay that alternate bids be advertised s

ished on her house on Sixth avenue, London.-The report of the prison for in handling the mails to Havana I COMPANY.

which was partly done when Mr. Hill commission shows that in 1914 sentences and Key West, so that the contract : + rr srsNArE + AND TELEGRAPH

was taken sick, which gives it a very were imposed on 114,283 persons could be awarded either to Ines sail- I ( /t0

neat appearance. Mr. N. Williams is in the United Kingdom, a de- ing from Port Tampa or from Tampa,

the artist who completed the job. I crease from the previous year of more there is a strong movement on foot I _

Sixth avenue is rapidly putting on I than 37000. for leading Tampans to organize a .

airs, and will soon take the whole The change is ascribed mainly to local steamship line to bid on the con-

bakery unless other parts of the towr enlistments, with the restriction of tract. Several different individualsand

get busy. However, improvementsare I the sale of liquor and the great demand organizations are at work and an Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
made them to-
going on all over town which indicates for labor as contributory effort will be to bring

a lively boom for this winter. I I causes. gether at an early date.

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message is to the women of Orlando and vicinity who are contemplating the purchase of New Furniture, Rugs, Stoves Glass- '',,.,.' .' .:-.' -..

ware, Dishes and other housefurnishings. With a view of unloading our floors of this mammoth high grade stock of merchandise I :.. \" ",---'.'

in the short space of 30 days, we offer our entire stock at sensational reductions. -
life but here is chance to economize on necessities, which is PRACTICAL economy.
It is easy to economize on the luxuries of a $10.00 Chair Value,

The Now Big.$10.00. . ..,Chair. . .Value. .. .,. .$7.48 The list of women who have taken advantage of this sale for the 10 most 15 part 25 are cent-and women of that's some what means made, who them know well and to do.appreciate BIIt.Now, . . .. ., .. .. . . .$..-16
the value of a dollar. Such women never miss the chance to save or per





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and Ice Boxes Value Sale Price___ ___ ______ ____ __________$2.75
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$15.00 20.00 Value, Sale Price____________________________________ 16.75 $ 9.00 Refrigerator, Sale Price_______________ ___________$ 7.45 4.50 Value, Sale Price--_______________________________ ___ 3.75

30.00 Value, Sale Price____________________________________ 24.50 15.00 Refrigerator, Sale Price_____________________________ 11.95 6.00 Value Sale Price____----_--______--__________________1>.25

45.00 Value, Sale Price____________________________________ 33.50 18.00 Refrigerator, Sale Price ______nn________ *_--_--__ 14.75 8.00 Value, Sale Price______________________________________ 6.85

50.00 Value, Sale Price____________________________________ 37.50 21.00 Refrigerator, Sale Price--___--___--_________________ 17.75 9.50 Value Sale Price______________________________________ 7.98)




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Osceir Heinci & Son EVERYTHING TO FURNISH
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fiG STORE Comforts

$3.48THE Iteautiful all &ilk t"I! made
}:): | "t.Iith': h rattan, full size, e1i \-
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SATURDAY AND MONDAY $3.98Visit

Our Store And See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Showing.

THE SEASON'S BEST AT THE LOWEST PRICES



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New merchandise at I One of the greatest
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prices: to prove I supremacy ,iII IIII, t r I ,,fi !Lr, ,,, iu events of the season.
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Ladies' Suits in black
of our values. Thislot :

and some
navy serges
representing the lat I

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est and smartest styles.

$25.00 ._ yJ u.o $15.00"

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Y VALUES IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENTSilk


Crepe de Chine,40 inches wide, black, white nndnavy TA11LE LINEN, pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen,
danm k, beautiful l *, $1GO quality l $I.IK
satin pattern
a regular $!.GO quality at $1.2y) WOOL DRESS GOODS __ _
Towels, hemmed huck, bie 17xtl! regular lOc quality
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One lot of beautiful hew wool Dren (lauds, the pen"' -
Silk Poplin, 40 Inchesvido, black, navy, 1ruwn I l+, putts"' best I ntyleM, and 1 nil the! best Ii I Hit t.+, l-'rench 1 : I woi'goi" per dozen I .... _.... _..____==__a:_==_.=.======H.V
blue, Copenhagen) 1 and Tan, regular I !Ill l.'J.I'" "xtorm, "page, wuul l rapes, gabardines, check nultln lit = --- -- - -- -- -- -- -- -
quality =.?....................$L1U inch Cloth HultlimH.. amt do: pnH of other good stylo, ltKtSI'Hlw\lS: : ) large double bed' ulte, Mnrlil'JtI\) '
worth $1.25:; and $1.IjO per yard, "Iwelnl, denlgna, |i.2S quality ...___-n= *'.UU

Illitvk! Tttirdu' Silk tilWclnl. oft Chitron llnl-li, IW: Cuitiiln Scrim, 'M Inche a wide, white, ewim find
Inl'htJ" wide, $1,50 quality ..-......-........$'.I .98 arab, 15 cent quality ....................->..10cCUETQNE

lllwek Tntrctn SUk, 30 Inches wide beautiful soft 30 Inch :i wide, large-range of colors I nd
_,_ patterns ,._, 12:=! c
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MEN'S FURNISHINGS! MILLINERY SHOES! ETC.

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Have You Taken Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur

full line of
Ladies' Fall and
Stock Wives tell your husbands; husbands tell your Winter Shoes are
in. We have -
a com
beautiful showing of Trimmed
wives Most plete line of every-
"' thing. ')
Hats shown in Orlando unsurpassed anywhere
ever ; .
"'e are showing the newest effects in themost

> for style, quality and alue.
refined garments. New
,
Why pay double for copies of our hats ehe t'
2 Correct t in every t Important detail.I In fact,
where That
they're fashions latest offerings' to men of s
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dross'' distinction", We must mid Just thl, no Beautiful Hand Good
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'RM1Y''i """' t"ttteil'11, tiiilni'od t?rinpitf) can bo! Mhonn nt any BQg6"""

8umll, line, only one of A khul.p bought!
lance'
i thU lot very cheap anti we Nslll MI0" Uw nd 'n I adieti' High Itutton anti l lace shoes in patent
\ gun metal anti kidith cloth and dull Kid tops.LET ,
vantage of our lucKy buy while they last !'. off
Also full line of Ladies' high and low heel
US SHOW YOU!
received
just
1 the regular price pumps
Come. in and see for yourself.
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All the Latest Styles Buy Your Millinery and The Prices Are WithinReach

In Stock Hand Bags at Home of AllVISIT

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Winter Park News i I I Having COMPANY set DISPLAY apart HAS this NOVEL week' as

water heater week, the Water and CHILDREN'SDAYS
Light company has arranged a very
novel display in the window of their
office on Orange avenue. A large
Ruud automatic water heater has been
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe set up in the window and is connected

with a lavatory on the outside so that
Town And Rollins CollegeMARSHAL when the faucet is opened the heatercan

be seen operating, the outer shell ,
I having been removed so that its.
OVERSTREET5 BUSY BUYS MOTORBOAT I action can be easily seen by a person Are
Marshal Overstreet and a numberof I Judge Wallace received a handsome from the outside. As the water i is Meeting With the SuccessWe

deputies had a lively night Friday j I new motorboat Friday, Over the A. C. turned on the valve operates, the gas
chasing cattle. It seems that a herd I L. Quite a number of people were burners light, and the water is immediately -
of cattle has been in the habit of com- interested spectators as the boat heated as it runs through the Anticipated-And More So
ing into town from the outlying districts which weighs 700 pounds, was unloaded copper con's.
during the wee' sma' hours of This type of water heater is prov
the night, and after feeding not wise- ing very satisfactory in Orlando, over
ly but too well upon the village green, TODAY'S SERVICES AT WINTER forty having been installed by the ",, Now
departing whence they came in the PARK CHURCHES company since 1913, and Mr. Cheneyis ,, Don't Disappoint the

early morning hours. looking forward to a very success- (jaC: "
The marshal has been laying for First Baptist! ChurchC. ful campaign this week. A special

these nightly marauders for sometime T. Douglass, pastor, will preach agent will be in the office and everyone I ( J'o::44. jij 1: / ) ) Youngsters
and Friday he and his deputies I both morning and evening. Subjectof is invited to come in and have the I -you were young
succeeded in coralling fifteen head of evening sermon, "The Tragedy of operation of the heater explained to \e: 4tt 40 ', '- -,!
the wily bovines. The herd refusedto the Garden," and "The Victory of the them. '! H) J/'"

be driven during the night and so Desert." --- :6 .S .){ yourself once.-.andBring
the representatives of the law were Sunday school commences at 10,45a. ; ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. ::,,-.. 0 -
forced to guard them the livelong m.; F. N. Boardman, superintendent -
night and it is stated on good author- and Mrs. J. B. Minton have

ity that the haul would have been increased I B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:15 p. m.; arrived m Orlando to spend the win-
by at least one-third had not leader, Ephraim Conway; subject, ter and have taken apartments at the Them Down MondayYou --
one of the watchers who was guard- "Our Work a Recommendation. Glendale on West street. Mr. Min
ing the bridge gone to sleep on the A welcome for all. We invite all ton is the representative in his sec-
job and let a number of cattle escape strangers and desire to get acquaint- tion for the Fruit Growers Express, in the "
the official dragnet. I ed. '.Armour's refrigerator line. participate big values that are

-0- :Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Frje have returned evidenced all the
WINTER PARK DELEGATES TO I Congregational Church from a delightful visit to rela- over store-upstairs and
W. C. T. U. CONVENTIONThe Are you a llobab Read Numbers,
local W. C. T. U. chapter will :10:23. tives and friends in Fort :\I"ers.Ir.. down and let
Frye brought home a cocoanut whichhe them have
have seven delegates at the state con- Sunday school at 9:45.
picked from a tree on the place of
vention which is to convene in Orlando -i. Preaching at 11 a. m.; subject, "The
I Thomas Edison in Lee Alsoa
next Wednesday. The official Sa\iour Astonished." county. their pleasure in getting a / .
good sized cocoanut tree which he
board, consisting of Mesdames J. A. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m.; subject,
intends to to the ladies of
Trovillion, president; A. Hunter, secretary "Tasks That Are Waiting for the present
; C. II. Ward, treasurer, andC. Church of Christ. Leader, Mr. P. the park commission. to beautify Orlando's big I
E. Coffin, corresponding secretary, Dale. playground.Mr.

are ex-officio delegates to the conven Preaching following the C. E. meet- and Mrs. F. V. Phillips left
tion. Besides these Mesdames C. E. ing; subject, "The Pleasures of Sin." yesterday morning over the Coast Balloon Free
Enlow, May Denning and R. L. Betts
Prayer meeting Wednesday night ory1Y
Line for Coronado Beach where theyare I
have been selected to represent the 7:30 o'clock.
having a summer cottage erected.
Winter Park organiation at the state Read: Psalm 95; John, 4:1924.Methodist : -
This estimable
couple were over at
convention. I -..n.I -.- that place some weeks ago, when Mr.

Church Phillips wa staken seriously ill, neces-
DELEGATES CHOSEN TO C. E. I W. L. Barze, pastor. I I Now
sitating his removal to Orlando wherehe ; Don'tFail
CONFERENCEAt
school
Sunday at 10 a. m. was operated on for appendicitis. k
the business meeting of the Preaching at 11 and 7
I a. m. p. m. His I rapid recuperation and return to t.
Christian Endeavor society Friday I "Paul
Morning subject and the j business activities is very gratifying
night Percy Dale and Warren Ingramwere Resurrection." y
chosen as delegates to the Dis- I Rev. Shipley, of the North Indiana I I to many friends. I II To Come
trict Christian Endeavor Conference:; Conference, will preach at 7 p. m. MEETINGThe I
which is to be held at Kissimmee November Come and worship with us. i
joint committee of the W. C.
10 and 11. -0- ,
T. U. and Board of Trade
appointedto
The meeting of the local society All Saints Church
Friday evening was held at the homeof 10 a. m. Morning prayer, with sermon arrange auto trip for visitors will
meet at M. E. church parlor, 3:30
Capt. Harris. The.hostess for the by the pastor.
next regular meeting, on Friday, December 11 a. m. Celebration of the Holy :Monday afternoon.S. .
3, is Miss Florence Keezel. Communion. S. Griffin, chairman. Our
Grocery
Seats free and strangers welcome. DepartmentWe

COUNTRY CLUB DIRECTORS MISS MAY HARDAWAYPUBLIC
MEET DEATH OF A GOOD; WOMANMrs.
The board of directors of the Win- STENOGRAPHERWINTER
Eva Camp, aged 44, died at
ter Park Country Club held a meet- St. Luke's hospital yesterday morningat PARK, FLA. take pleasure in announcing that
ing yesterday afternoon at the officeof 6 o'clock after an illness of two I we
the president, W. C. Temple, for I
weeks. .The funeral services conducted -
the purpose of discussing and map- by Rev. Eleanor Gordon, of the Schultz Building.,: Phone 406 have added to this section of our store an
ping out the club's activities for the Unitarian church, will be from Hammond -
coming season. The meeting was & Gore's undertaking parlors,
called for two o'clock, those present and the interment in Greenwood cem- All Work Neatly and Accurately Done
being W. C. Temple, president; F. W. etery. Deceased was a most excellent
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Shepherd, secretary-treasurer; C. II. Christian woman. She was born in
Morse, E. W. Packard, and Nathan Minneapolis, Minn., and has spent the Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg. Up-to-Date
Follett. past three winters in Orlando. She is
survived by one daughter, Miss Marion Dr. C. W. Fain
PAVING TO START MONDAYThe parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Southern Clay Manufacturing Thompson, and one brother Mr. C. DENTIST
company will begin work on the pawIng ; C OMPLETEBBLICATESSEN
Thompson.The Office Hours: 8 to %, 2 to 3.
of O!'reola n\enue Monday. This Sentinel extends condolence W'I I .1
thoroughfare, which is subject to the bereaved ones. WINTKU PARK, FLA.
heavy traffic during the orange ru-
pun N to be |paved first lit order that
I the roml may l"e rrmly for vine by the FALL STYLES Departmentunder
(lime, fur the' tiiitxhfe of the Orange

cn'|i, or nit mwn thereafter it* IHis= IN
Mble" ,

it'ii.ii( ) Mr.iriTNcj: : ; TUKSIIAV! : Walk-Over ShoesFall expert management. All kinds of
The. Lathe*' Auxiliary nnd Guild ofAll
, Saint church will meet: neat Cooked
Meats Smoked Meats Hams
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'rt.wk and Winter Fabrics In ,
with Mss Nannie V, Hayes.WRT.MGIirLY .
Tongues etc. etc. Baked Beans
Royal and International TailoringAt Sausages, Spagetti,
CLUH MONDAYThe
feature. Orders taken for
regular meeting of the Fortnightly the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. a
Club will be held next Monday -


I I.DlER'10,the Mrs.evening.C. E.SOCIETY Enlow being TUESDAY hostessfor Winter Park W. H. SCHULTZ FloridaIMIIMMMIIMIMMilMMM All Kills Bl a I S Sa1as l .


The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap-
tist church will meet next Tuesday

afternoon. IIIIMIIM *. lllllilM Potato Salad Always on Hand. Prompt Attenlion

WINTER PARK NOTES Personal Orders.

Miss Jennie Williams and Miss : Winter Park Auto Co.

Ethel, Rose left yesterday two popular afternoon Rollins students for- We Solve The Problem of "What To Eat."

Lockhart to spend the week-end at the Contracts Taken For Large Parties.
home of Miss Rose.
BUICK and FORD CARS

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haynes and 0
Mrs. II. T. Robies arrived last night

and will spend the season at the Repairing, Painting and Auto
Peschman house.

SuppliesOPEN Dickson-Ives Co
Claude Brannon, one of the main-
stays of the Rollins eleven, is spend-
ing Sunday with his mother at Ocoee.

Dudley Matthews returned Friday DAY AND NIGHT llOrl \do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.F .

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Band will render an excellent program MONDAY'S "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at PROGRXM 1
Eola park. The organiation is under American. "Zaca Lake Mvstery"
SOCIETY CALENDVR the United States sound A drama of mystery, in two parts
on a footing;
and the leadership of Mr. R. A. McIntosh, featuring Ed. Cozen and Wuufred
Monday November 8. which in itself is a guarantee that a Greenwood.
Annual business meeting of the Rosalind "Resolved, also, that this Chapter treat will be in store for all lovers of Majestic. "A Ten Cent Adventure.: Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make
Club, 3 o'clock. request the senators and representatives Corned)'. an estimate -
music.
November 9. good Pathe. "Romance of Elaine. "The free on your
Tuesday from Florida in the
W C. T. U. state convention congress of March, Independentia (Hall). Flash," in two parts. In this episode
SoroMs Club, Current Topics, by Mrs. the United States to vote in favor of One-step, Ger-Ma-Nee (Weidt). Elaine begins to suspect Del Mar is Watch
ChriJ Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Rush, and those plans when the matter shall March Second Reg. P. M. (Hall). not what he claims to be. A good

JuniorIatrons Mrs. .artigue. Card Club, Mrs. Thos. come. up in the forthcoming+ congress." Selection, Prince of Pilsen (Lud- program.Admission, adults lOc. children 5c. Ring orJewelry

B. Brodwater, hostess ers).
Ladies' Aid Society Highland Grove.tV'ednesday The Woman's Missionary Society of From Bordese's Mass: (a) Credo; The H
want
ad's
the Baptist church entertained the thing. ,
10.
November was
in
(b) Et Carnatus Est.

Lawton-Berke Catholic church wedding, 8 a. ,m.St. James Friday president afternoon, Mrs. E.at the Lee home Smith of, 315 hte Popular song,... Chesapeake Bay OSTEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine Q

Meeting of Equal Suffrage League, (Botsford). SURGEON your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
Main street. The barrel
Unity Chapel, 10 a. m. opening was .
March, National Emblem (Bagley)
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney, hostess for Entre the leading feature of the meeting. America. Dr. How ell, osteopathic physicianand needs care and attention at our place.

Nous Club. Music was furnished by several mem- + surgeon, announces that he has EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
W. C T U. convention.Mrs. O
returned from Harvard
bers of the University,
society.
Seth Woodruff entertains at SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTMrs. where he took post graduate work in
bridge, 3 o'clock. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Topliff. S. Frank Phillips, one of PineCastle's eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
Cycle tea, Indies' Aid Society, Bap- Mrs. Smith gave a brief story of a estimable ladies, was among Also physical diagnosis (nerves i ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
tist church. Bible character, omitting her name, heart, lungs, kidneys and other '
,
Unity Circle topic, "Julia Lathropand the visitors to Orlando )'esterda) cera), and electrotherapy and viS-I'
the Children's Bureau," by Mrs. and on concluding many said it was She was here to attend a meeting of gious diseases. Office, Cheney [b. zdI

Hood Sarah, and so it was. the D. A. R., of which organizationshe ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- S OJl.-:: : ;]
Thursday November 11. ,
The barrels -
were opened by the individuals phone: Office 617; residence 1018.
Auto ride for \\. C. T U. visiting del- is the secretary. An interesting
bringing them in while
and
egates. meeting was held yesterday in Unity - -I
Informal reception at the Rosalind doing this each one recited a passageof Chapel, Mrs. P. F. Laubach being the I II I IF YOU ARE A BIT HANDY
Club, Mrs C. B. Robinson, hostess.Kil Scripture. Mrs R. J. Stevensonhad
i WITH A
hostess. BRUSHYOU
Rare Klub, Mrs knee, hostess. the largest amount, so the missionary
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Friday, November 12. + SKATING RINK i can, for a very small cost, brighten -
DeWitt Miller entertains Nulloa banner goes to her for the This week witnesses the first serious iI up jour home, renovate old furni-
Club. rest of the quarter. The first Friday
activities of the winter social sea- ture, etc. Our paints, enamels, varnishes -
Annual Country Club opening dinner afternoon in
January is set for the
dance. son. On Monday the annual electionof I stains, etc., come to you ready
+ next opening.The the Rosalind Club takes place; the I for use. with full directions on every

I). .\. R. PASS RESOLUTIONS KR funds brought in Friday will formal opening of the Country Club cane supply you with brushes
DEFENSEThe l be forwarded at once for foreign mis- occurs Friday night; there are several also. let us fill jour wants in the

regular meeting of the Orlando sions. bridge parties, and it may be said November lt to 6th paint line.Orlando .
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Chapter of the Daughters of the that the season is now launched. I

American Revolution was held yesterday PROGRXM OF YOUNG PEOPLE'S + THE "FRANKS" j jI PttINT t Paint & Wall Paper C.
FORUM FOR
at Unity Chapel. Mrs. E. T. Jack- NOVEMBER 8 The first meeting of the season of I 205 S.
Orange Avenue
son gave a most interesting accountof Duet, Miss Elia Wright and Mr. the Nullos Club was held Friday at ;::
MISS FR.THE
BEST I COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
the silver jubilee at Washington, Frank Smith.Instrumental. the Wyoming hotel, Mrs. Harriet Miller -
LADY SKATER IN THE
D. C., October 11. The organization solo Miss Isabelle hostess. During the winter the I ---------- ---
sent $10 to the Martha Berry schoolin Rooney. club will meet each Friday. Mrs. De- WORLD I

the Blue Ridge mountains. The Debate, "Resolved, that education Witt Miller entertains the club this

next meeting of the chapter will be should be compulsory up to the age of week. ,DON'T MISS HER RUSSIAN I

with Mrs S. A. Robinson, on Decem- sixteen" Affirmative, Mr. George + DANCE CAREY HANDFUNERAL
ber 4th. Banschbach and Miss Georgia Wig- Plans for the winter season's work I

The following very important reso- fall; negative, Mr. Kendrick Guernseyand were discussed at a meeting of the
lutions were passed: Miss Mable Durham. Cathedral Guild held at the Chapter: MATINEE FRIDAY AND DIRECTOR

"Whereas, the state of Florida is + House Friday. SATURDAY, 3.30

without adequate means of defense, SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTI + AND EMBALMERAll

and it would be an easy matter for a I' Mrs Harold Bourne bas returned Interest centers tomorrow in the ADMISSION 10 CENTS
foreign squadron to lay in waste our from a visit of sevaral weeks to her Rosalind Club election for the ensuing

fair cities; therefore, be it |(daughter, Mrs. Otto J. A. Grassi, in year.

"Resolved, that the Orlando Chap- ''New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne + calls answered Promptly Dayor
ter of the Daughters of the American will make their home in Maitland this The Country Club opening Friday

Revolution go on record as approvingand winter, occupying a pretty bungalownear night promises to be a brilliant affair. GRANDTOMORROW Night. Hand Block. |

supporting the plans of the president Lake Lily. Mr. Bourne will

of( the United States and the secretary 'manage the large packing house at SUCCESSFUL SALE Orlando Florida.
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of the navy for such naval and that place during the shipping sea- The big clearance sale started at ,
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military preparedness as would put son. Oscar Hand & Son's vesterdav and
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and early yesterday the sale
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commenced and before the day many :

customers had been satisfied. The
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sale attracted many people from sur-

rounding communities; and towns who i
In Three Parts
came to Orlando solely for the purpose I

of participating in the bargainsand
low prices. Read Hand's ad. in "HEARST SELIG NEWS, No 6" i FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

the Sentinel and keep posted.
This especial! good programat

LUCERNE PHARMACY
the regular prices
Within a very short time the Lu-

cerne Pharmacy, recently purchasedby e
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W. D. Woodbeck, will undergo a I

DDDGEBRDTHERS change. The entire interior, including -
walls, ceiling, and fixtures, will 5 cents 10 cents i) '
:' CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
be treated to a coat of wHite enamel. I..
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New electric fixtures similar to thosein

McCracken's will replace the pres- Phone 5 for I:

MOTOR CAR ent lights. Everything possible will FISH AND OYSTERS f: Loans Real Estate
be done to make the pharmacy at-
Fresh Every Day
tractive. I: Rentals
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THE WALDECKER FISH
CO.
MORE REOS SOLD
The Palms Auto company, owned 206 Boone Street 'I ..

and managed by A. Y. Fuller, has --- -- ----- ..
A LIllTFOUR sold the entire car load of 1916 Reos
INGLENOOK
received less than a week ago Two CAKE AND

were sold yesterday to DeLand and CANDY PARLOR

Leesburg parties. Mr. Fuller has put

in a rush order for another car load Delicious Candies, Cake Sandwiches, ESTABLISHED tau

of the same cars which are due to etc.
CYLINDER arrive in theery near future. Orders taken for parties. '
I Located in rear of Branch's BookStore I"

A NEW PARTNERSHIP Arcade Entrance i I 4 IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOMMIMMMOMMMM
Miss!' Nellie O'Neal and Mr Edward

eeman have formed a partnership
MMMMM* M M M M M M M M M M
under the firm name of Beeman &
HIGH POWERED AR
) Co. and as soon as the room! are
.r
completed they will be located in the rQ

I Guernsey blink. "Fire Insurance will
lo handled/ exclusively by them anti l lit Pipes! Pipes! Pipes!

the Sentinel wishes! the new firm tht'.rn'ntclOt
YOt' WILL 1K:.ILII'rii: -: \'I;It\' I'IItS't''l'111I: YOl t nuceeM.MMN .
mm! !: IN THIS! CAR THAT IT HAS ALL TIII: COM( .!'
FORT.) KKSI'ONSIVIMSS: :\ : : AND POWKR( : MW' W\NT .: : ur.siwrn) :. IIXI.IOONSIHikwn'lve We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the

f IN A CAR. ) '* company' had n great ,. best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

"children da>'" jenterd.i Between it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
'nintiII.L: : UK: N() MISTAKINGIIIK: urm.\M' MMIIM.; Rik:( > and 700 toy balloon were given
measure! so you can install it yourself. On irrigation
,U'110S-11I1': MAItlxKl I'ltKKIMJM: : ) 1 ROM! GKAK: I"IIIFl'l.1'11I' :\'. away yesterday to the youngsters. In
-,. : s\\''....... tI"S: \MIIIiiini IIIK: r\u
\\',U'-Illi: n.NK: IIXLAM'KMIKII M\I\KS: IP S1'II'I1'0 more had to be purchased by the cut end drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
'NIK: WitH, OU TIIK: DOGGKD: : PUL1ING: PONMIR: or Tin: youngsters themselves or' by their
I"IUST: as you can install it yourself
MO I Oil.MMMM ) I parents
f We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

BOY WANTED ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

A job for a bright boy who wants may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
'a teady job where he can learn a
I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS 'the trade.Sentinel Inquire office.NEW Monday. morning: at you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amercan" -

Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

: Ul'SIS.SS: .I closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
The Standard Supply Co. Cook & (Co.) are opening: an uptown for' five years.
office on the lower floor of the Christ '
building, on Central avenue, where
they will carry a complete line of
building materials, lumber, roofing,
shingles, sash door, mantels, hard. V F. Joseph Raehn Co.MMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
ware paint, etc. When building call .
and inspect samples and get prices on lam
all materials You will save time,
worry and money Estimates furnished THE PIPE MAN
free. Plans furnished if de
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I I At The Churches ]LOOKING AT ORLANDO ]FORAGE GROCERY CO.


$100 Saved Is $1001 nits \IMIHT' ('lIl'1U1. 1UP THROUGH THE PERISCOPE'! A visit to our sore will make you a

\'. 1 Kilward: T. 1'ouNoil. ll. D.

Made I |pastor! Mr. H. A. N'ewelK (superintendent --- --- .- I regular customer.

of the Kuiulay school' MrCJw NmV then liefre'! & *ugRe"tI"h. take i welt! that 1t"Uhllthlavill hot enter I
.. \\' Phillips! iliipelot- of the ihuirtMr lip[ nilaiulii UUh t lul> to tlutope; anti I h"tlt., 'lint' the Kni"pi will nevernnke I 11 it MS, flame, eel |It . . . . ilk/ \\lIHIt I'litk 1 l.ulhQ. (tier .Iri J'lr

\\illlnlti f4 lltniult JPtlmnt .. utt \hivt.14tlhdlt :the WBf Will Hid iUiihh| itihi' llrtHiP* I J'pnie filet t, thAt llul niiduUP elmuld, '-lIt.,1 IIt""t-t, IIMIIII it) tll'U' .Ur; pill| dft> Itl".. and I'ialrtiU! |tier Id IT

$1200 SAVEDsizi '. Hi pill I: it. it0fehip1 ). Of-) i tiiml| hut)'-nine tilitfo! nut Mf tim.: I Inn lelttrtilieil, heiltMl anti l that' (Iw i I" I I Itl1'I'1 tailed! llrtit), tier| III ' : : : : : : ail' lamed llrim, |per> Ih :: ;MUI
$ l\hl,1 1 11t??(I"1 Itltlf'hl ielFitbr". \ ) : when I Ith \ til lliifk I-P hit!' lit etl ill IIi I Itll\\' .
\\11) \\.i\.l iU1t11H1hHl1l1i gifts| l I Iltrltis Him,,,ml Steak"' | \\ in Hie itUtilltMhUH' \ 11 !lit tar tltlileei MF H teihtoh@
[ tlptntatt lntitetill' Huff i 1lSI.\ ) yegl? : : i .
I I 1'\\l4, Mflinn ami Pmlrf tiuitue I Pimll rIIIM..n.I itt |isr
with the pastorIn t t per| :
and l 'lillt: ID |
ft m |II !eharpuhtntere tO I'lll'kf dawn Allleil I I LIII.h! 1 Orfllhi", several Newlark
targe, 'I'p bev@rat UAlJlnimhm the tar ? e. . " , ? " , ,:llc t; f.tn..h, i in Itrkko, i 9 fur . 'f :Sv
\ ',\'ilthlfti, Tumer\ Kvdita, r. U \\t>"t- \ papers' ; 11I'tfli ;\:
I Mnf\lllHf bernton, The c'hrtstian'oTriumphs Il t4, I'ur", II" , . . 1115f tilt _J,3fur$ . . . . .
\ 'u11, 11i 'k Hultaiu. \\ ), Mike IIIHhl, anti !' his store! ib tilled! with plaits\ anti per r" I I II :3tI

\ anti\ Irwanl( ; 1't:1p Jphfltion wultltt 'loot i'mul:! lehindi \ I It nagastnes and he |ili literally!' filled WrlilffIlur" t'h',,*, per Ih, . .25p Strictly fresh eggs, per /lan :31pliest :
subject! fit (the popular evening per* t reaches i i 'with\ war 'knowledge. Me is a real Creamery Huller, "err 1ft. 3ic
vice, "The pevoted Mother and a I
-Q- military expert-
MAD[ Faithful Son."
$ --0--
The fire department resembles a
II.. Y. I*. U. meeting at 6.30 p. ro.j
kennel and cock pit. The fire laddies There are only two other native
Claudia tht.une, president.
Miss Good music, attentive ushers, all have secured a 2x4 pup and) the annex the Kanner brothers. There no'hyphen"
shelters a game cock. In times of is

$1200TO seats free.church wide its doors peace it is well to prepare for war. ,I'" about any of these men- ILOK1UV.
This opens they are true Americans and best of SpecialtiesCustom
most cordial invitationto -0-
and extends a i all they are Orlando boosters, first,
to attend all services.If of thieves and metropoli-
the public Speaking
BUILT A HOME WITH .last and all the time.
you are a stranger introduce your- tanism Orlando is gaining some no- Packers Modern Equipment
-o-
self to the pastor. He will be gladto toriety throughout the state. In order I Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
artists abound in Orlando .
know you personally. We want to keep in the limelight of progress Big game Growers' Agents Personal Attention
$1200TO and the greatest or about the greatest -
to get right near the Baptist Orlando has developed a certain
you Temple hearthstone and always feel class of switch-key artists and rooster I Ianta of these is II. Clarke Robertson, Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
city commissioner, who has named for harvesting and packing their crops.
BUY AN AUTO WITH 'at home" among us. "Onists. However, Carl Dann'sbig
his Buick car "The Teddy Roose." At I'rult; Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
"Cad" is still under cover and no
FIRST I'IIESIIYTEILLtN: CHURCH one has run off with the city hall. his residence on Grace street he has PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord A\e. and A. C. I.. Tracks.

$1200TO Rev. T. II. McConnell, 1). I)., pastor.W. Both[ are still intact. about fifty pelts of wild animals madein \it'. H. RULE, :Mgr. .1. S. PAGE, Ast Mgr. C. A. COCIIIIAN,

R. O'Neal, superintendent Sabbath Florida and captured in the wilds Packing [House!' Foreman.Patronage .
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around Fort Christmas. Bears, wildcats

LAY ASIDE: nUt "TIIK KA1XY school.Roberta L. Branch, organiot.! For Sale: One jail, with fine trees I catamount, deer, and other'casts Respectfully Solicited
Miss and big lot, including bund stand and ' of the jungle have fallen I before .
school ut 915. Everybody:
n.\Y" Sabbath
picket fence. Would exchange for II. C.s' trusty aim. lie has laid I

welcome. something nearer court house, but we about twelve good sized deer
Morning service at 11 o'clock. A away
don't care to &get stung by any British one b-e-eu-a-n-a-r, and all kinds and
service of worship with a sermon on
( baronets who might desire to useroperty vurietieH of cuts. his two children
"'Consecration' and Service. ACCIDENT: IIKALTIILIAIULITY :
The following letter was received by I Evening service at 7:30. A serviceof for old medieval castle for lake great delight in playing "animal"tith
invalided soldiers during winter the numerous victims' hides. AUTOMOBILE;
II. Carl Dunn from A. M. IluckeU-w: I praise. The topic of"the sermon months. Prefer cash and would giveavings -0--

Wisdom's Glory Crown. Do Christmas i .I'LATE GLASS DURGLAKY
Spring Lake, New Jersey Christian Endeavor: meeting. at 6:30: checks. your "Among! those present" does not include I
All people invited. Every shopping early. Apply in person or the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg. His PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S: COMPENSATION:
Sept. 30th, 1915 p. m. young! by prosy at next meeting Bd. Co. I
member of the church and congregation bright and shining personality is deeply

II. Carl Dann should be present at the Commissioners. 11-7. -tfco missed by his many friends. Even I IJOB.

morning and evening service to give a - L Guernsey admits that golf has I i

Orlando, Fla. hearty welcome to Dr. McConnell at Now that the Board of Trade has lost its appeal because the sunny I

Dear Friend Dann- the beginning of his work.UNITARIAN refused to endorse the proposition to character of Dr. Stagg is not on the Georgia Casualty Company

-- donate fifty per cent of the publicitytax Country' Club links but in far away I ,

A few weeks more will find me in CHURCH towards the new community North Carolina. Dr. Stagg we hope,

old "Qrlany" the finest town on earth.I Corner Central avenue and West building, we trust the city fathers will soon return again and take his I GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Manager '
will place Company C, Orlando Rifles, place as one of Orlando's foremost I
have several friends who expect to street.
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. around the $5,500 and shoot all vagrants boosters. Always a pro-ally of the Orlando, Florida

come to Orlando this winter.I service at 11 a. m. or suspicious characters at liberal minded kind his war discussions -

have mentioned several times to Morning Sunday school at 9:45. sunrise. and his defenses of Great Britain Room .1 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

them my purchase at Colonial Hills, Subject of morning sermon, "A -0- particularly are sidelights of
always explaining that I saved $1200. Dynamic Faith." The two most difficult men to cor- daily Orlando life that many persons

Wednesday after- I ner, interview, and talk with are W. miss. When it comes to real personality I
Of course they always asked how I Unity Circle on
Nellie E. Hood,, R. O'Neal and M. O. Overstreet. In and a brilliant mind there are '
Mrs.
saved that amount and I simply tell "r toon.'Julia' Lathrop Paper by and the Children's Bu- again, out again gone again for Mr. I]few men in the world equal to Try A Sentinel "Want Ad"inMIMMIIMIIIMMMtlMiMMMMMIMMMMtlMlliMMMIIIMMMMIIIilM

them the truth. eau." O'Neal and again out, again in, call I Stagg. nr'l

Expect me soon.Sincerely. All who are interested are most :again for M. O. Absence makes the ------- .
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heart fonder for news concern-
prow
these services.
invited to
yours, ordially - ing the county commissioners, the .

A. M. BUCKELEW ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Subtropical Midwinter Fair and etcetera

It. Remsen, dean. .
Very November Rev. Henry 7. Twenty-third Sunday -0-- "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Harry Hll'kloh! says he will neverRO f \ \
Trinity.
after
celebration of the to New York again Just! after he .
tiUO:: ft. m. Early
left tl guy Broadway. the: subway ravedin
How Mr. Buckelew !Holy Commuhloti ., z ty. t .
had ( :
dUfoserpd an at1pMilix = '
lie
Morgan ;r Unless
Budded
end ,
tliJft; :) n. m. Morning prayer beaten ;' ; :
and tulTtatfe" wa
Saved $1200 Sunday nt-html
h"'rltthH'It the That man" crave @kritenieitt.\ I
Late t' '
II H. itt.

TUB"': FIRST HiAh: ESTATE: .Holy Communion, and fcefmen." "1'hlliI flaike Robinson=0=and! Jimmy liar! from Bearingtrees

MAN SHOWED. HIM A 0IIUII.n.I il I IN in lemembranee Evening: uf prayer me, and ser ton, submarine' commanders, hat@ '
7i45 m.
1NJ(; LOT SIX IIUU'KS$! FROM 1 I monott.p..\" City Experience," moved\ excavation fmm the and North' are seeking(Orange other avenue I of a l known

Till: CKNTKIl OF TOWN I FOU) conquests. Trench warfare in Europe .
MISSIONARY
CIHU8T1AN .AN1 I
$1(500.( THE: NEXT: DAY CAULDANN AU.IANCB isn't in it with repairing breaks in Mr

SHOWED; HIM( THE': We meet at 22: West Vine street I sanitary sewers, quoth both. .,.; ; r Quantity and
Sunday school at 2'M: ,, -0- I I
SAME; SIZE; LOT THHKE.; I every Sunday. and The north end of the court in the t ;
preaching at 3:30 p. m. Prayer
BLOCKS FARTHER; = OUT FOR praise meeting each Thursday at 7:30: Arcade looks as though a Id-inch of Pro-
share naval gun had bombarded the place. Quality
$ 100. HE FIOUUED; HESAVED ; p.t m. You are kindly invited to and signs and pic-
made There are papers
AH are
in all these services. I
$1200 AS HE FULLY especially ins tures and what not. Looks like a1

welcome. Strangers speckled giraffe out for an airing. I duction."..O.W.
INTENDED TO IJUY THE \ited to make their home with us with
Beautiful loses caste
The City
OTHER LOT NEXT n.\Y. while in the city.CATHOLIC. such an eyesore. I
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CHURCH "
Itnxl.'haw has been in I
II. J. N.
{
Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pente ( '
Orlando for thirty ).t'nrll. Being n
cost. booster for n third of n century is I 'I' Trees like these will work for you while you Bleep. They can't b. .
Sunday school, 1)) a. m. And the grown overnight; it takes time Contract for YOUR supply NOW
for man.
You can save MIIKH and sermon, 10 u. m. going some any
and too
done that more
Colonel' has
Rosary rind benediction, 7:30:: p. m.
$1200 also if MUM dully during the week, ,0:30: and In the bargain has grown fut atOiv

a. m. j1I11C'0,: Two yours ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration TILE OCKLAWAHA

you buy at All wvlvoriv' to nil Mexico Speaking of fut men-- Ben Salomon NURSERIES: : began to educate the public as to what really constituted! n real, first-clas.s

-0l'IllilSI'l.1N-SCir.NCi; : uM hU father taught him to fecdhis, i nursery' tree (of citrus! fruits. The public when}\ shown in our test groves what could be accomplished

Sunday school ut Ut: >"> n. in. mind n,* well ."* his. wtomuch. And by planting trees! as they are grown in our nurseries began to call (or, yes, DEMAND I

Services ut 11 a. In.; subjt'tt "\dum the advice him worked l both way : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence .

ColonialHILLS! and I'lilli'M :Mun." with great mice*.*. Big. Ben him ht'Co'" l five\ years, arc clamoring "PKDIGKEED"{ for their strong suit in nursery produc

Whwll\lll evening service South at Orange 715.: in good no desire old U.to S.return A. wince to his 1k native S andhas tion. What would YOU do in their place, :Mr.\ Planter? Why of course you would sell your

Third and Hour Church, corner strt'vt. Entrance: land-Roumanlu. lie was born three I trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not n SELLER: and YOU ARE C

venue Church street. miles east of Berlad Roumanin, within I interested in the very best result you can'get from your grove when you have spent your .
on
-0- eight blocks of the river Truth lie time and money to bring it into bearing

GERMAN KVAMJKI.IC: : LUTHERAN I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

CHURCH IN 'IReTIT('I KlTIT.'nI'UT.KTATK SlVkSTII or: HttIuIIA.ORANGE JI'DUUI.. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

Service Sunday, November Adventist 7th, at : (\'IH"TICIIA l.tK\: INW. of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

1:10: p. m., ut Seventh Central Day)avenue. All Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
Went llrnthaw
building, O.
Lutherans are earnestly invited.T. I. II. \*Klr"l"n,1.1.. \ .. Juhn JaooUTo Knrvchwur. Ou.r trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

U. Tropp, pastor.CHRISTIAN work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
High Dry All CityImprovements J. H KlrkUn.U alia Juhn Ju.'*:
-0- It ai'iHurmic from the affidavit of W, Ollrn.haw ., Way, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
CHURCH hrrrin fil.M thai the frnilaM.. J. IIKirkland.
ails John Jacut. .U rni.U-nt" comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
and :Missoin- and county othrr than Otto Nate.
Services at Christian ft a .tale ,
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that hw iKwloiTio* kdilnv U Utrrwhrv. < "
Alliance Hull, West Tine street, that the tlrfrnifont U aver the kvr of twentyn. -
ary Preaching by L.C.. ,. yr.r... .nd th.t thrrr U no | 11 o'clock. .. u.nhum
at 0..rrvk. of ut<| >rn
welcome to all. bind thr U..frn.UntIt .
Uuckl '. A hearty oulj
) U thrrrfor ordered th.t jrou do pltiir
SEE to the rom"I.in.n" till hrrrin Sled on orbefore Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
LATE TO CLASSIFY the *th"day' nf IWvrmUrr. A D. 1fIH.
TOO
the same twin m rule ilny of aij court
I ordrrrj that thin notir* tw
It U further
furnished ubli hr l in the Sentinel a nr'...pa|>*r pub-
Large pleasant |> > <
KENT
FOR Itehrd at Orlando in the county ..t Oraniir. W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
family
room with private .tate of loriiU.. once s *rrk fur four .unMrcutuv -
Earl D Dann clo.-e\ in. :HOJ:! North Orange avenue. ...rrkWitnmi. ...
; H M Robmion. Clerk nf our Circuit -
11-7-lmoc Court and the wag of said Court at the ofovember. G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida

FOU RE Furnished suite, two or Court\ Hou. A.r at 1). Orlando 1\115.\ this (th day ,
three connectnijr rooms for I light ,Seal I B M. ROBINSON. Clerk

hou ekeepinJ:. Also single rooms. Wm. Gier and By.... M.S. Starbuck A. HOWARD. D C.
Summerlin Place, near the court
house.108 11-7-Gt Solicitor for Complainant. 11-74w . , . . . . . . . .L v+.Vfc* titt* . . .

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I ALTAMOXTE SPRINGS j jI W. C. T. U. WORK IN COVINGTON,, DESOTO COUNTY SCHOOLS TO WANT BOTH CONVENTIONS J Auto Livery

Are I --- GEORGIAThe GET HUGE SUM SOON Chicago.-Half of the $200,000 fund I t

sought to bring the Democratic and
I I Altamonte Springs, Fla., Nov. 5.- 1 Phone 632J.
Arcadia, Fla.-The board of public Republican national conventions to
PleasedWhen Mr. E. O. Marshall'!, of Bank Village. following is taken from the
instruction of this county has been Chicago has been raised it was an- E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla.
|N. H., has arrived. His sister Mrs. Covington Ga., News:
transacting much business of public nounced today as a committee of rep-
(Taberham, will join him about the "Covington is feeling good. She i Two Cars in Service for Day or
people say to us: "We i I interest. School bonds amounting to resentative business men opened a
first of next month. received all the fair delegates to the I I
come here because we always get I I $125,500 were sold for the Popash two weeks campaign to raise another NUrht Calls
I W. M. Burr have -
ne '. and Mrs. returned 33rd annual state convention of the '
is
worth. This
our money's district, to the amount of $3,000 for $100,000. i
from Geneva, where they as- Georgia W. C. T. U. last week. Almost -
said to us frequently.It I I I the Owens district and to the amountof I
has been the policy of the sisted in an efficiency campaign. everybody in Covington made i $8,000 for the Charlotte Harbor You'll hear a man say "No. it

Model in the past to try and deserve I While there they were the guests of preparations for decorating. The disrict. The price received for each I, doesn't pay me to advertise as it appeals "- An AnnouncementMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Raulerson. : ; to too small a class of people.
,words of 'Welcome W. C. T. U.
such praise as this. It will Mann and Miss Mann madea I I of these bonds was 99 and accrued I And yet when the same man loses S. Helen Graves wishes to announce -
I Bishop glowed in lights and letters in
be its policy in the future. It has I every interest. his bunch of keys he rushes to the that she has opened parlors in
been successful. flying visit Thursday afternoon to quarter of our fair city. As a dele- I newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -'the yo"t'U-lJucJ.'orth building. Room

i friends.Mr. I gate alighted from the train at either he knows that in the whole No. 1. Hairdressing. shampooing
We k w when we give a ladyor
.) I Emery of the Puritan Fruit station these words greeted her in the FALLS FROM SCAFFOLD AND wide world there is only one person facial massage and scalp treatment.
gentleman a good meal for 25 of Boston and Mr. :Marsh BROKE ANKLE I who can possibly be influenced by his Phone No. 679. Your patronageis
company decoration of the depots. The sweet
cents that they are getting their I "Lost" ad. Contradictory isn't it? solicited.
of Kant Pendleton & Co., of New words of greeting from the fair mem- i
full value for their money.If 'I J. J. Ward fell from a scaffold
here business.
York were on bers of the committee appointed to
they choose one of our 15 I
morning and broke his
Two representatives of the Citrus meet the guests, next charmed the Thursday I
cent specials it is the same. ankle. Dr. Edwards dressed the in-
something I Fruit Exchange were here looking ears of the guest and the automobileswere I
If we serve them
after their interests. They were Mr. ready for her with their beautiful jury.
from our short order list and I
charge them a reasonable price i Johnson of Orlando general manager and tasteful decorations of red white
'for this section and Mr. Parker manager and blue and national flags. Thurs-
for it they are satisfied and so Convinced"Yes
I of the Citrus Exchange packing ,day afternoon the automobiles of the
are we.
Our Oysters are fresh everyday. house at Winter Park. city were mobilized in peaceful arrayat ," said the speciaiist, as he I
I The improvements at the hotel go the church and the guests were stood by the sick contractor, "I can
The park north of the I "
steadily on. given a delightful automobile ride cure you.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT hotel is being gotten into splendid over Newton county's splendid roads. "What will it cost," asked the sick I

shape. !The inner circle of Covington's man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars."

Miss Irene Fuller has returned hearthstone's were surrounded by "You will have to shade your pricea

from a ten days visit to Apopka. I smiling home faces to greet the dele- little," replied the contractor. "I

The Model Cafe I Mrs. Emma A. Haines and her gates and let them know that these got a better hid from the undertaker."
The specialist stood pat on his price
daughter Mrs. Alfred A. :Morris of homes were theirs for their stay and his competitor got the job.

I Hudson Falls, N. Y., and William Van among us." We are specialists in our line of

------- --- -- : Olinda companion for Mrs. Haines i ii Next week will prove Orlando's work and sanitary conditions prevail.It .

i are here for the winter. At present willingness to show its hospitality. will pay you to stay on the safe REO 1916

'they are with Mr. Andrew Haines. i

ORLANDO CONCRETE:i Mr. and Mrs. Burr had as their side.Orlando
BIG MEETING OF ENDEAVORERSTO
$950.00; F. O. II. Orlando
I guest for a day and night Mr. F. M.
BE HELD AT TAMPA
Aldridge, of Drennen. I
WORKS Col. and Mrs. E. T. Haines and Mr. Steam Laundry
I Tampa, Fla.-Christian Endeavorers Are Here. Let show
407 LONG STREET and Orlando.Mrs. II. C. Lyman were shoppingin of the southwestern district of FRENCH DRY CLEANERS us you

Florida will meet here on November LAUNDERERS

Phone 493 j i NORWAY ORDERS BIG BUNCH 9 and 10, and preparations are under PHONE 88 This Wonderful Car

way to make the gathering the most --- -
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OF STEAMERSNew
I successful that has ever been at

All classes of Concrete work done. tempted. Karl Lehmann field secretary Best and Promptest
York.-Norwegian shipping PALMS AUTO CO.
Walks Steps Bridges Fountains : for all Christian Endeavor
in order to take advantage of
men Auto Livery
Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts Arbor unions will be among the prominent
the unlimited demand for ,
cargo space
Posts White Way Electric workers present. He will deliver a
Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellices have come to the United States and number of addresses and contribute Service N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
Latin-America in an effort to increase
Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or materially to the success of the meet-
their fleets. Inquiry ship brokers
Model. Chimneys with Fancy Tops I I among ing. JPASSENGRI
today developed that in the past
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Gate Posts of any design, Building! I
' sixty days rush orders for from fifteen -

Blocks Building Common Blocks, faced and with Ornamental Granite; I! ot twenty steamers ranging from FIRE IN AEROPLANE PLANTBoston
, MRS. MARY A. COX
other natural Rocks. 3,000 to 7,000 tons each, have been I BUICK CARWe
Coquinna any I placed for steamship companies in :Mass.The aeroplane testing -
Plans and estimates made for Bunga "
Norway.Mr. plant of the B. F. Sturtevant company ANNOUNCES= =
lows or other buildings. All work in the Readville district, was That she has moved to
guaranteed first-class. Building Piers call anywhere at any time
W. W. Williams, superintendent iestroyed by fire tonight. One nero- 110 Summerlin Place

25c.LINDSAY of motors for Chase & Company's plane, part of an order for the allies
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BROTHERS, I'ropn.
8. Lindsay, Manager.SuWrilie packing houses, left yesterday for Ti- was lost. The damage was estimated Gord n's Transfer Co. Convenient yet quiet and Private, in n I'lensnnt l'loreh're one can find All

tusville, where he will get things in at 12000. that Is Exclusive in 1JtoUI') {, Neckwear and Novelties.

_- I- shape for active operations tit the Officials Bald! the fire probably 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487

for the morning Sentinel. packing house there which opens for darted from a punctured gasoliti.iIpr. 110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla.

10 cents n week delivered. I \\.ul'lIles8 on Month!)'. HAULING OF ALL KINDS .


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Room{ U) Schultz lIuiltiing
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WALTER W. ROSE'Eeal






Estate




A. T OU- C EMENT .












I announce that on Tuesday, November 9th I will


open an office Winter Park, Room 10 Schultz Building


which will be operated in connection with my Orlando


Office.


The plan under which these two offices will be oper-


ated will enable me to give Orlando and Winter Park


the best service they have ever had in this line of


business.

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I will be very glad to add your property city: or


country. to my. sales list.


My. Real Estate Record in Orlando Speaks For Itself.


My Fire Insurance Connections are as good as to be had.






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Estate, Loans, Fire Insurance

ORLANDO WINTER PARK

Room 10 Schultz BuildingMMMMMIM
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PINE, CASTLE NOTES school system of Cincinnati O, and
FORAGE GROCERY CO. in almost all the large cities of the >

Pine Castle, Fla., Nov. 3.-Mr. E. ,countThe salute as given by the Yancey j Meat Market
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL L. Sphaler returned home Saturday school children of Cincinnati, Ohio: j

638. I from a lengthy stay: in South Caro. "I pledge allegiance to my country\s I!
Telephone 21 W. Church St. '
,lina. 'i flag and to the Republic for which it I Phone 135 :: Phone 317
i Miss Beulah honey, of Orlando, has stands, one nation, indivisible, with
Saturday and All Next Week been the recent guest of her uncle and liberty and justice for all." was i I j

I aunt. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Roney.Mr. . taught last year to the school children 'I I asi
'
I I and Mrs. L. McCraney antifamily of Pine Castle by Mrs. S. Frank Phil- |I I

I of Orlando, were guests Sunday lips, the occasion being for an enter. j We have added new equipment and have painted our
25: Ihs. Granulated Suirar( for $1.30 | Lenox Soap, 3 for. .. . . lOc the I
at home of Mr. and Mrs. C. tainment. The children
I perhaps re- j wI
21 Ibs. Good Pastry Flour for. .85c; I I market white -"*""*
throughout. Our
motto is
12 Ibs. Good Pastry Flour for. .-I:j e '| 11'ashin1'oxder7 packages for .23c: F. Johns. member the words and can recall :j :

24 Ibs Snow Hobby Flour for . .$1.00 !I Dutch Cleanser, per can . . . :8c I'I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hansel moved them for future occasions. It is never I

24 ibs. Gold Medal Flour for . . .90c Sugar, 100 lb. sack . . ... . . $3.90 J Monday to Winter Park. ''too early in life to learn or to be I II
Corn Flakes 4 packages for. . .23c Salt, 100 lb. sack . . . .. . . 60c I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Shanibarger ;taught patriotism, and it is in such PURITY AND CLEANLINESS
Cream of Wheat, per package. .14c Water Ground Meal sack .. . S1.90 .and son. Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. j grave times as the present which are I

Snow Drift Lard, large pail ..$1.08 Bolted Meal sack . . .. ... . ..$2.00 ,Lee and family motored to Plymouth''confronting every nation of the globe I
Asparagus Tips, Libbys . . ... 25c Grits, sack . . . ..... . .. .$2.00 Sunday and spent the day at the :that people really know what "allegiance Come in and see what eve have done. The big volume of

Maple Syrup quarts . . . . .. 38e Good Head Rice, sack. ... .. .$3.50 home of Mr. Lee's brother. to the flag" means. business is
I we are doing being built on
Table Teaches, 3 Ib. cans ofr .. 15c Extra Fancy Head Rice, sack $6.23; Mr. James Funk came down from I Our school building has no flag. It .

Peaches, Rosedale, 3 lb. can for ,18c Broken Rice, sack . . .. .. . .$-1.90 Rollins College and spent Saturday \has been the intention, that after the I
Salmon, tall, pink, per can . . 13c Lard, 60 lb. tub . . . . . . . .$:;.90 and Sunday at the home of his cousin, school piano is paid for the purchaseof II j
Tuna Fish, per can . .. . . .. lOc Lard, 50 lb. tins . . . . . . .$;).1 0 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sweet. j| a flag for the school would come I! SERVICE AND QUALITY ,

Shrimp, per can . . . . . . . lOc ) White Bacon Side, per Ib. . . . 13/jc I Mrs. Martha Mills has gone to'next. When our school building was i
Ralston Breakfast Food . . . . 14c Good Pastry Flour. 98 lb. sack .3.10 Wildwood for a visit at the home of first put up, Mr. C. II. Hopper risked II I
Good Ground Coffee, per pound 13c I; Tillsbury's Flour, 98 lb. sack $3.70 her son. Mr. Joe Mills. ;his life to procure an immense cypress | of our goods. We want your business and we are making

Arbuckles Coffee, per pound . .17c | Pillsbury Flour, Bakers, 93 lb. sk $3.60 I Mrs. C. V. Tanner returned Sunday flag pole. It was put up on the every. effort to get it. We have every kind of meat in the
Fancy Dried Teaches, per pound .lOc I Snow's Hobby Flour, 93 lb. sack.$3.80 I morning from a visit at Kissimmee. :j school house and has never had a I I
Fancy Prunes, per pound . . . lOc j Snow's Hobby Flour, 98 lb. wood $1.00 I Mr. J. A. Wilkes made a business' flag put on it. If our country'i market. Choicest cuts of the best stock that the western
Fancy Evaporated Apricots, .Ib. .16c I Oblisk Flour 93 lb. sack . . . .51.001 j trip to Auburndale and other points should hear the call "To arms" I
Raisins! Seeded, per package . lOc I Gold; Medal Flour, 93 lb. sack. .$3';;:; j the past week. j would Pine Castle be the home of j} and native markets produce.We .

Currants Seeded, per package lOc i j Graham Flour, 98 Ib.s wood . .$1.10 Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hoffner were 'the laggard? Who will start the fund i! are not trying. to undersell anybody, but we are
Walter Baker's Chocolate fir lb. .20c Whole Wheat Flour, 93 Ibs, wood 3.90 dinner guests Sunday of friends in for a flag for our public school house. '
Pet Cream, Baby size, 4 cans (or. .15c: White Oats, 100 lb. sacks . . .$1.80 Taft. {: Hallowe'en has come and gone. trying to

Tet Cream, tall, per can . . . . Sc Best Corn, 100 lb. sacks . . .$1.80 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman and There were evidences of this Sunday

Corn, 3 cans for . . . . . . . 25c: Green; Cross Sweet Feed . . . .$1.90 their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Schol-I morning, but no desperate conditions
Teas, 3 cans for . . . . . . . 25c; Success Sweet Feed . . .. . . .$1.73; hamer, motored to Winter Park and resulting. According to the big boysit OUTSELL EVERYBODY
Eagle Brand Milk, per can . . 15c; Tuxedo Chops . . . . . . .. .$2.03: greatly enjoyed the band concert Sunday was the smaller boys who were so
Rose Brand and St. Elmo Milk, can 9c Pure Wheat Bran . . . . . .$1';;:; afternoon, which was given at ,busy on Hallowe'en. If this was the

Vegetables for Soup, can. ... .. . .5c: Pure Wheat Shorts .. .. . .$1.75; the park there. I case the little fellows were powerful. Besides meat of every kind we always have everything -
Tomatoes, 2 lb. can for . . . . . Sc Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7!'. sk $2.00 Mr. Eugene Hoffner played with j Messrs. Wm. Wigman and G. C.
3 lb. cans . . . . . . . . .UcFt'l'd.j Cotton Seed Meal sk.$1.60 the band Sunday afternoon at Winter i Miller were initiated into the ranksof the vegetable market affords.

lib. (can . . . . . . . . . 5cMeat; | Scraps, sack . . . . .$3.83: Park. the Odd Fl"llowsIonday night in Oysters, Shrimp, Fresh and Salt Water Fish, butter.
Peacock Syrup, gal . . . . . . 60e j Oyster Shell for chickens, sack. .$1.00 Mr. G. E. Carpenter is a recent ; Orlando. We understand the gentleman -
Peacock Syrup, half gallon . . 30c Poultry j Grits, per sack . . . .$1.00 purchaser of land in Pine Castle. ; purchased riding outfits, full eggs, and in fact everything. obtainable at an up-to-date

Peacock Syrup, 3 cans Cor. . . .23c: Stock and Poultry Powder, pkg .20c The entertainment given Friday < equestrian attire and that the goatis I market.
evening last by the young people of still alive.

the community for the benefit of the I Give us a chance to demonstrate our service and quality .
organ fund of the new Baptist church
LEWIS WALLER, ACTOR, DIES of
and Pro- was a splendid success in every way. I I OF PNEUMONIA our goods. .
Your Groceries
,
Buy The Christian Workers met Tues- j

,day afternoon. i| London. Lewis Waller, We Give Checks
prominenton Savings
i The W. C. T. U. met Wednesday !,
visions from the merchants who afternoon. Business meeting in regard -i the English stage for many years,
long a reigning matinee favorite, died
to the state convention to beheld
'of pneumonia November 1, at the age
advertise in these columns i I in Orlando. of 55: years.
The sock social to be held Friday YANCEY MEAT MARKETT.
November the
| evening 5 at parish LewisValler was well known and ,
_ __ house will be very entertaining, it la
u much admired in America, where he A. Jr.
promised. All are cordially invited to "I!appeared during the season of 1911-12 ; Yancey,

1 attend. in Henry '"., The Garden of Allah, Vice-Pres. and General Manager
III U 11I1 U H KIIIIII U III tlllllllllllllllI :
Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockDr. The Explorer, and other playa. lie j
Poulson will preach at the Baptist''was possessed of fine technical skill j
Remember want business
church. We hope nothing we your
I and high intelligence, but the critics I i
vent this good man from being with !j did not call him a genius. '! Special attention to out-of-town orders

PANCAKES FOR BREAKFASTIlecker's us this time. i| In England he was a great favor-I,
1 Both Sabbath schools had good at- i ite. When quite young he played
tendance Sunday. By the looks ol ."Orlando" Modjeska's "Rosalind." |
I BEGINNING, TO FEEL
CANADA
Pine Castle's Sunday congregations A few years later he supported Julia i Specials for Satur-

Cream Buckwheat, Old Homestead Flap- \ ,\ we really believe the "world is grow Neilson in "Pygmalion and Galatea." WEIGHT OF WAR I
I II
ing better." Mr. Waller appeared under his own j day and Monday
jack,*Ballard's Pancake Flour, White Rose Pure Maple ;i; I I Ii
;1 An article appearing in a recent issue direction in several of Oscar Wilde'scomedies. j Ottawa, Ont.-The Canadian government '
It in V. that he i I i I
I of the Reporter-Star and headed was Henry '
Cabin Scudder's it the following
Syrup, Log Syrup, Syrup. tonight gave out -
lbs __
12 best Patent Flour for 45c
won fame and fortune. After appearing -i I
i"Pledge to the Flag, states that Prof.
]j i statement as to expenditures be- ;24 Ibs. Best Patent Flour for ____90c
i M. M. Fryer, of Lawtey, Fla., has ad- in a number of modern plays, j
Mr. Waller made a favorable impres-i j i cause of the war: Navy, Lima Beans and B. E. Peas
dressed the president of the Florida
Pickles In BulkJust i .Federation of Women's Clubs in the sion as "Romeo. Then he revived i j i "The government expenditures next I per lb. ________________________8c
I Othello, and most delighted his ad- j 6 pkgs any kind Washing Powders 25c
interest of having a salute to the year I! will be very large, about $1,000
mirers by his performance in Robin I i I 6 cans Sardines for ____________.25c;
received, a barrel of Sweet Mixed, also Dill j American flag given daily by the j per man being estimated as the cost j
i I school children of Florida. Prof. Hood, which had a prosperous run. I II !!of enlisting, equipping and maintaining i Rye, Graham, Whole Wheat Flourin
bulk, pound ____________5c
Pickles. New Crop. per
i Fryer gives the following salute j I i I I our troops at the front and in Can- |
________
;3 cans Soup, kind for 25c
which he says is used throughout the j LORD KITCHENER, is INVITED, ada. We expect to have a force of any
Codfish in pound packages. i i I I 3; cans Pork and Beans for ______25c
state of Delaware, which requires the TO JOIN ARMY ;;: 2:>0,000 men and this will call for an I
I 3 cans Tomatoes for .___________25c
flag to be displayed during school I I aggregate, of from $200,000,000::! toI
I hours, and a daily salute given. ProfFryer I I.ondon.FieldIarshal Lord Kitch- j I i $250,000,000. The interest on this 6 pounds pure Coffee, ground $1.00G
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS bars Octagon or 8 bars Lenox
also gives full directions for of early this 'I and past war appropriations will call
ener secretary war
Soap for ___________________ __25c
the handling of the flag, the military j week received one of Lord Derby's invitations !,: for $15,000,000 a year.
I :Florida Cane gallon__COc
I I salute, and the position of the children -, which are being, largely cir- Syrup per
Our during the exercise. The salute ,culated to men of military age, to I FORD STILL AGAINST' LOANS Irish and Sweet Potatoes, peck_ _3oc
Grocery Company L Imported Lemons. dozen 15c
LI j to the flag as given by Prof. Fryeris join the army. This blunder was di-! per --

I> : "I pledge allegiance to my flap :; closed by Lord Derby himself, who, j Los Angeles.-"If the United Statesis Honest Weights and Measures
Two Phones: 3 and 200 ;, and the Republic for which it stands, | while addressing, a meeting, of middle ever drawn into a war, the capitalist
one nation, indivisible, with liberty I j aged recruiters, said nobody need be will be to blame," declared Henry
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. (i it.III.IIIII.fIIIIIICI51.'IIIIIII.OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII :and justice to all." With but a slight surprised if they received an invitation Ford, multimillionaire automobile Cash Co.
'I'difference this salute is very nearly ] as one had been actually sent to manufacturer and philanthropist here Grocery
,
1 I the same as that taught in the public the minister of war. j this week. Telephone 618 7 E. Church St.

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Today Is the Day To Get Ready for the week. Start the week At Self's





Chickens for Dinner. Why not buy two and have f I
Oysters. Self's Oysters are always fresh. The kind for dres-
cold fried chicken left for the evening luncheon. For Evening or the picnic-Get our Dried Beef, sliced

sing or soup. while you wait. It's fresh and delicious. y

Veal Chops or Cutlets, Breaded Veal Cutlets with tomato __

sauce make a tempting dish.
For Breakfast we suggest-Perfection Pork Sausages, put up
Pickles-DIll, Sour, Mixed and Chow Chow, Horse Radish in

Fine Fresh Water Fish. Fried Fish and French Fried Pota- in sanitary boxes. If you want something good order Bottles

toes. Perfection.






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F. A. PEPPERCORN


BUILDER and CONTRACTOR


, A Bath In A Tea .res..ss- --.- R. RAY WHITE Phone 37

Sentinel t>ant
Greatest \Vant ATTORNEV-AT LAW
PLUMBINGSALLAS
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is a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside Room 44Watkins
in Advance. & SALLAS
and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor Block Orlando. Fla. !
208 Boone Street
And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because ____________25t<<
_UH_______50c Phone 597.
'I economy of a Gas Water Heater. ____________75c
_______...$2..9
I
on all ads of I L. Percival
i If the ad con- Hutton
A Gas Water
words the rate DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
per word for 137 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Means Comfort Economy for each in
ARCHITECT
I your ad to Phone 716
No. 24. Ac McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
It's the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially telephone will be Rooms! 2 and 3rYowellDuckworth-
day. Rldg Florida.

out. nr1 Burlnrsn Member F. A. A.
Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our : u.e for a
Ad.
talk it over with you.ORLANDO. Dr. F. F. Thompson

SURVEYING .

; ( unfurnished, li I'Iating. and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
on Huth avenue.

WATER & l'hone.aS J. PROMPT. AND ACCURATE of New York

WORK
: just complet 115 SOUTH ORANGE
GAS DEPARTMENT und three room
; and attract- HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal'sOR.
Also a suite
rooms, furnished Engineer

: Concord and electrics.avenue. 47 Watkins ttldg.. Orlando, Fla.

: .,.

furnished room, Phone 72
I !' furnace heat; I
street.

Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L. H. RAMSDEU

ht housekeeping!'! OPTOMETRIST
wV ; if token by the nnd Counsellor nt Law ORLANDO . FLORIDA
; } electric lights,
Ternn fpacon n FIT GLASSES GRIND LEN8B
- ( 10 West Cimom-il 1)\\.I14: & McNeil litdg AND t)() ALL KINDS, OK
UMI III 11 MM III 11 IIIHMtM Mill I Hit.........1....... ; I lt-iM:O:1l': OIt1AN1)O,1''LA.) OPTICAl i1fPAmnlOIellvere'l
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4Gt'I( : ,. (-''('(' tums, run H\Li5-HrriN. ,: : / every \111)1 IIdpr: liatt.
I) iiiiei'l"lij| rtee-! ---- Wltll'f, MPH nr I'hnhP lied T,
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I rip1, "rll iiin-il, HH<| will iimnl ,Id.t fr.llrlu .
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SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS [ [ 11''J'I: .I1H0* IIMIIt! if our itltHtlhttf li,,-lrii<'lnM! are .- - -
(fulIni|, 10r, Hi., itrlUfml' null. tllltlr: Hiilna| "!'lttfl', N*>e .ir
ilh$ under (Hull,* Fruit,, "",, l.ltl, phone (lieu, T, !Hull C III"Y| (lurkhuddng.
HALt; Irrsburu I..ake Cu., I'U, 1-1-7tiWANTED < phonB iuf,. 1o.1+ .ifpPAPKU

OCOEE FLORIDA : splendid furniture 1 HANCJIM
i fur tiunofrr woik.
splendid horse
, It you ure look WANTED-Clean raga at Sentinel For $7.00 I will taper any ordinary
extra god at a office. 10-13-tf size room. Over 500 selections to
Hand & Son. -- choose from. I do painting also at
; reduced prices. Phone 2'il, or dropme
all kinds of
To list
All the leading varieties'of Orange tots WANTED erty for-sale or rent. I am having prop a postal and I will do the rest.
good on
for houses, fur- G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
applications
fruit Trees in fine condition at the if,desired.near, as Lake the A owner Eola.bar. nished/glad manp to and list unfurnished.what you have.I will Mrs.II. be. 1-10-31-lmo

.. .. Address C., care I B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
prices .. .. 10-30-lm Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo Umbrellas covered. and repaired

,"while you wait. av Young's Repair
: English pointer WANTED-An elderly lady living Shop 21 E. Pine St.
old, well trained
; alone requires the services of a Capable -
retrieve; papers middle aged white woman for I
; R. Gregory, (Win general housework, without washingor I
- 11-2-61 WE ARE IN POSITION to sell ex-
ironing. A good, permanent home change or rent your city and county
27 Buick; good for the right person. Address, with and property. Call and see us. Geo. T.Hull .
references regarding character
Co., Rock Room
Building, 3.
Send today for Catalog, Description Box 567. capacity Fla. A. B. C., Box 149, Orlando 11-5-Gt, Phone 105. 10-5-lmc

prices, to the above RENT-Houses, BUILDING MATERIALS AND
unfurnished. Also LOST ESTIMATESWe
Call and see what

you buy or LOST-On Monday, October 25, be- are prepared to furnish estimates -
I' ,.45 Phone East Pinj 179. tween Robinson Springs and Orlando on lumber and building mate-
via east road between Maitlandand rial of all kinds. Give our service a
1" 1111111111111111111111111 J 11111111111111111 r++e Winter Park, one Fisk red top trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. 10-19-201.
sewing ma-
A communication from the finder will
I 11-3-tf D. A. Che-
I be greatly appreciated by A GOOD INVESTMENTIs
--- MONEY MAKER ney, Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
house on crick one that will yield a guaranteed
light housekeep- LOST-Small open faced watch, on income for ten years We handle income -
; large lot. pin, between Lake Lucerne and the investments yielding 8 per cent
; I W. Concord Ave. Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on net regularly. Real Estate Bonds,
i a I back. Return to Orlando Bank and Mortgages and Income Investments.
t to Trust Co. and receive reward. Your money should yield 8 per cent
FOR SALE : -20 acre tract 11-3-tfc in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. -
from city limits; 1 10-15-lmc
I I or subdivision pur
See Carl Dann. MISCELLANEOUSI CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
I limited number of persons. Pleasant
two .-- rooms in new home. All modern
*' A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on ; i elegant parlor or- :\ A BUSINESS of planting conveniences. Also furnished rooms
: $150. Come and citrus trees. All trees I set guar- for housekeeping Mrs. Gertrude
I : Orange avenue, anteed. Write for prices. Box 222, Seymour, nurse, 14 High street, east
11-6-6tc Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc of Lake Eoa. 108lmocAdvertise
S. West St. $2200. i ,

I !4 i and articles for BUYERS AND SELLERS in the Morning Sentinel
'. 418 S. Lake
4I ll-6-3t* NOTICE
I I buy, sell, rent and exchange real
I. resided in Orlando, Fla.,
I -Nice home estate. Have Owing to the increase of our busi.
bath sleeping over 30 years. Have handled' over ness we find it necessary to move into
C. A. HOVEY ; ; only two blocks $20.000,000. Call and see me. larger quarters. We are moving this
I I I ; desirable neigh- 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. week from No. 10 East Church streetto
the 1 G. Rush. McNair Lumber Co.'s yards, and
II
TRACY & SOIERVILLE-Carpen. will appreciate your continued patron-
ters and cabinet makers. Screen age. BANSCHBACH CABINET CO.
I :\ home furnished; doors and windows, frames, sleeping .l-ll-2-Ctc
: modern conven porches, counters, shelving, showcases
I ; garage: hen house ', refrigerators, alterations and A $3,500 BARGAIN
orange, grape additions. We keep a number of I I i Ten acre young grapefruit{ grove,
I ', one lime tree
heautifuf killed workmen constantly on hand. I two and a half in bearing, new four
this ,
feet year front, 210 feet 18 East Church street 10-17-lmo I room cottage and "ath8raR'e/ chicken *
yard and houses; one mile from
!'! stand-
avenue near 'I.. limits, hut oft brick road.OWNER (.
LAWN MOWERS and city
'I you want a bargain sharpened 1'. O. DOX 070
Want
Ad'
Try a Sentinel ( this property over. repaired at Orlando 1r0.8.Imoe ,
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LOCAL ANDPERSONAL I .1.1.11.

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Col. J. N. Bradshaw returned yesterday -
afternoon from a business mis-

Atl sion to Birmingham, Ala. I


Mrs. Lydia Hodge, of Orlando, returned -
erneINCORPORATED this afternoon from Ashtabula, ;
Ohio, where she has spent the summer -
with relatives.
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Go to Mrs. ('orni h's Cafe tonight
for supper, from :5 to 7 o'clock.:
189:1: 11-7-ltc Prepare for i

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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sand, of Tan.
THE frerine, were among the well known

STATE BANK lando.visitors spending several. hours in Or "T""[ AUTUMN Of LIFE"By [


7 OF Messrs. C. P. Dow and J. R. Cope-
land left yesterday: afternoon for
9 ORLANDOTwentytwo Jacksonville. They will return Monday -

years experience in the affairs of morning.L. .

Banking enables us to measure and meet the

needs of our customers.The J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist.Office saving a definite
over McElroy's drug store.
management of this bank has endeavoredto

pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in 1-11-6-12tc amount each week. We '

its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legiti- Mrs. D. C. Thompson and mother,
mate lines of banking. Mrs. W. B. Lynch, went to Plant City have several plans. Let

THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF last evening to visit relatives and
THIS BANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS friends. us explain them

DEPOSITORS. .
Mrs. W. II. Field arrived yesterday
Officers I from Bartow to visit her granddaughter ---

LOUIS MASSEY ________________President Mrs. II. E. Waters, at her home,
T. PICTON WARLOW __________Vice-President No. 8 Robinson avenue.

S. WATERS HOWE ___________________Cashier The National Bank
S. A. NEWELL, _____________--___Asst. Cashier Fish and oysters received daily. Peoples
H. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tf "

"It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
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Mr. N. M. Cogswell, one of Clarco-
.n
na's leading citizens, was among the
business transactors visiting the county -

.wsRPo metropolis yesterday.


Editor R. J. Holly, of the Sanford
e Herald, and Messrs. A. P. Connellyand
B. K. Murrell were among the
welcome visitors to Orlando yesterdayfrom
the Celery' City. -.


I I 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 6c. '

IIIMIMIilllll IIIIII..IIIIIIII.I..II.I.I.I.I.II.'I M M I I M 111 i 11 M 111.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brumley, of
Chuluota, motored to Orlando yester- . . . . . . .. . \. . . . . . .IIIII.
AT A BARGAINRun
day, accompanied by Miss Marshal,
one of Oviedo's attractive young la-

less than 1200 miles. $650 dies.

Mr. Thos. A. Briggs, one of Alta-
Come quickHaynesHupmobile monte's popular winter residents, who

has been making his home at that \

place for a number of years, arrived SPECIAL
Salesroom
there yesterday from the North. 4 .


. n I 1 I8.18.tf Ride Ham rick's jitney bus, fie. Hudson 33 Touring Car

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Dr. Tucker, wife and! son, of Malt .
Excellent Condition
land, motored to Orlando yesterdayand
pent a portion of the day very;
IpuMuntly[ greeting friend and .hop-
ping with the local merchants. $325.00


"., Mr. K.: F. Marrero, of Sanford hall
accepted a position with the Orlando
Water and Light company and expects -

his city to to shortly reside.bring his family to San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando


New Ford Home
: RIDE in Ham rick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for SOc. 828tfcMr.
'
" Now Open Daytona
and Mrs. W. L. Dolive and son.
Mr. Wm. Dolive, left Orlando early
yesterday morning in their automobile -
209-11 South Orange Avenue
Telephone 368 > for Tampa where they will spend
several days with relatives and
friends.

FORD ACCESORIES-TIRES 11'111"1 . .1..11.111.1111111111111111111111111111..11"'L"'IIIII'' ..
Mr. F. L. Bartlett, one of Ocoee's
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL
well known residents, passed through
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FREE FILTERED AIR Orlando yesterday from Moose Head
Lake, Me., where he has spent the
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford; Home." summer, en route to his home in west Who Will Be Your Executor?

Orange.

F. G. RUSH Mrs. L. S. Bryant has returned to ANSWER NO. 2
Orlando from Brooklyn, N. Y.. where
she spent the summer, and is busily Your estate may be materially Impaired as a f i'
engaged; petting; the popular Winder- direct result of the appointment of an executor r ,

hlt'tt'. on Lucerne Circle in readiness! or trustee ? p. ,

Cur the fall and \Unetr business. \Vhn' an individual l is appointed l I.... ;
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-.IMMIIiMIIIMM'Have- '. . .. . .. .. ....'. ..... . .. . ...... llrthd piloted "*o!'lume'''. |utnt"iii => 'l11@ fitiftftdal l flll!t on"iMlll? U f hertilly t'ahr. .. +': ; IIlctyl l .
fang, and I innM> dftihly ttrUcIpe paint it U usually\ pfwvKlwl in wills that the J1tsf""f1 i. J-
ed l In nrttet! ott silks| \el\pa, .ynh 4
.shall t.t t1IrYflt',1 1
fiimlnnteil to t\t'r\HtJf\ ! ,
Mrve? a* 1
,lips, linen, 1\lIIIIlttlwt. 1\l1\lullu"\ 'his , , 'kt ,
IC'l'' l III h'.,.. 'n''II''I"' +, llh, .' flteach from giving 'hmd, : y 13

Your Christmas 11I".1 h'\ ne I fti iltt Mi. a liemitllit When !surety tend* are ewpj'lied, it i lit at the e<= fin. ,
$ N"I i II. lit h taw 'Ie.d.n... Mr.i i-'. II|l pease ef the' estate, and then enly partial *ee y. ',r.. .' t,', I
tlnrrM: +Tiemtuit h..I..1. IIIIt'Mr. t .
city against Joss is provided! :
Selections ReservedThe and Mrs, tied, K;, Hates and. son When a Trust Company is selected-! I
fir.| Everett C. Hates, motoie.J to Orlando @
The positive advantage! of strong financial responsibility ,, 't
yesterday from Altamonte The
is secured,
of small' hates:: are now busily engaged in renovating -
payment a deposit on any article will insure -
their winter hotel, the Alta A bond which has behind it the entire financial +
its being held for you until you want it later on.
monte and getting things in shapefur strength of the Institution is always filed with ;
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from
rnat to the estate. ,
the Probate Court .t nn
the ;
reason.
our stock while it is still complete without anticipatingyour I r
readiness to pay. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue r" "s ,
Mr. J. D. Wetherbee and :Miss A.N. '
We invite you to take full advantage of this offer, of this newspaper. 'e 's s"C '
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Leland have returned to Orlando
and to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase.
from Bar Harbor, :Me., where they
spent several months. :Mr. Wether- Come in any time and freely ask: for further i
I bee> has been in charge of the dry information on this vitally important subject.
''cleaning department of the Orlando You are always welcome, and our offic"S are always .
'I'
Steam Laundry and will again be con- glad to advise.
''nected with that institution for his

T.H.EVANSJE'WFI fourth year. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBllekmastcr

: FR: & Brundilcr; ( Orlando Florida


I Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at: Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples!
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