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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 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID00553
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FlU 0.\Y, XO\'E IBER ;3. 1913.: NUMBER 229.




: PRINCE 1 VON BUELOW THE BEARER OF






AN OLIVE BRANCH--THE WORLD WAITS !



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ARRIVAL I or IMUNCKT: BANKS (WILSON'S ADDRESS AT British

MILAN HAS; (CUIlt'I\I NI'U; ) U.S.NAT'LSHATTERALL Ship On MEXICANS FIRE

i'L'ACIJ( ;: TALK
I NEW YORK LAST NIGHT Five In lVIidOcean ,


: THE WINTER SEASON CAUSES FEAR / ON AMERICAN
Our principles are well known It elgntj a nation too big and generousto

U not necessary to avow them again. I Le matting and )t'I( courageous

Humor of Peace Floating Over We lit.,:e\e m political liberty and enough&; to defend its rights i and the
RECORDSGUEATEST fouiule 1 our great government to ob- I liherlif* of its people whereter a.- IILIIETIV; :
Europe-Appears That an Halifax OFFICERS
N. S., Nov. 4.-The Untish
tain U, the
liberty of men and of peoples sailed or invaded I would not feel
Armistice Would He steamer Kiolages is afire at Itt'a. Wireless -
-of men to choose their own lives that I was discharging the solemn obligation -
calls for help have been
Welcomed RESOURCES IN: and of peoples to choose their own I owe the country were I not pickedup.
The position of the vessel U given
GENERAL CALLES
allegiance. AT AGUA
to speak in terms of the deepest sol
EXTlnlIIISTOUY OF as latitude :;)8 north, longitude
(Special to International Sewn Defense Mean Security emnity 6 f the urgency and necessityof 1'IUETAMTNESSES
Service and the London Dailj No 79:30: vtiht The Itiolages sailed from
UNITED STATES matter what military' or nasal preparing!' ourselves to guard und
Telegraph, hy Andre New York for Liverpool last Sunday. ATTACK
Rau mont) force the United States might develop protect ,IK rights and privileges of

Milan, Italy Nov. 4.-The arrivalof statesmen throughout the whole our people, our sacred heritage of the
Prince ton Hut-low at Lucerne. is TWELVE BilLION IS THE NEW MARK world might rest assured that we fathers who struggled to make us an FRUIT INSPECTION BY VIUISTAS FIRE ON U. S S. CAVALRY
regarded as an event of trans*endant were gahering that force, not for at- independent nation.
importance, to which" the press of
tack in any quarter, not for aggression Censares Untrue 'Americans
Central Europe has suddenly awakened. Total Deposits: of Individualsand
The general impression is that of any kind, not for the satisfac- The only thing within-our own borders FEDERAL OFFICIALS TO Tunston Demands and Kerch!
a foundation exists for the reports Hanks Nearly) One Hil- tion of any political or international that has given us grave concernin Apology From the Mexican
that (; the
seeking possibility

opening lion-Figures ShowU. ambition, but merely to make sure of recent months has been that voices
of
negotiations for an
Leader
armistice.At S. our own security. The mission of have been raised in America professing BEJOVT. ABANDONED ; Matter "Closed"at

any rate Prince von Duelow is Stability America in the world l it essentially a to be the voices of Americana!!! Washington

allowing the Salsa! press to freely Nov, mission of peace and good will among which were not indeed and in truth -
him of the olive Washington,
as the hearer Comptroller
present ranch. The correspondent at Stcolo of the Currency Williams men. American, but which spoke alien *>'m- ( AtiKNT; DKCLAHKS) ; : Washington, Nov 4.-The state department .
tonight
!!! announced
slates' that after inquiring from reliable that the of the Hut we feel J justified In preparing pat hies, which came from men who I'HOlWrr IN SOUTH I'LOU- will hot nuke an I"IOUt'itlt .
sources "Prince von tlurlow Is resources national ourselves, to vindicate our right I toIndcpendcltt loved other countries better than they ritrrnttxtt tm the official statement' tothe
douhlleM'" entrusted' with. an nrt't.d. banks in the Untied Stated are IDA TIT Fun IIII'%
II;N'I'
itnd unmolested action
by loved! America, men' who were' II/uti-I wnr department by General: l'un
Itiuly Important mission. The I International greater than ever before In the entire !
situation in Germany and of the tiuiUmj (he force" that Is In tt* irmly sun\ of other causes than that of stoat that (General ('idles, he ('"rr"nK"

Austria' U nnssing hard/ on a larttcRiHlnrlly history Ill : United Slnteg. -fur-- _SYtlnMtlnn-.. -. ..! ... America and had forgotten that their llrudrntown' ,11"", N or. 4,=Federal/ romnmnder wt Agu I'Hrtn, "..1 r",1 de I _
of .the 'population." *' statement, in port, follows "The! flan for National .lkfrnse. thief and only allegiance/ was tn the fruit Inspector Murk! advised! Gen lil.erutrly"! un American otTuern near
, Information. from person" what harrtlshrd total resounds of these hank on Sep* eras Williamson .
It in with thU t.lt'Iwith this conception \. gnat government under\ which they Agent of the Seaboard I Ih1ugilUi, Arizona.
(Germany and Austria. iilves timber :2 exceeded' by more than f 4J4OoO.oou : ,- Air .
in mind that the have Line railway' in Jacksonville The
vidrnrt tlr deserters, and letters > the plans 1IThtlli suites have not been department regards the inch
written liy Germans: to friends In"It.rl""d \ greatest resources, ever been made which it will be my privilege many, but they have been very loud | on October :JD, that no more dent as closed because Funston imme
$ "' "lftU'-' n tragic& Matt"' of shown In any previous call in the his. to lay before the congress at Us and clamorous. have tests of citrus fruits would. be madein diately. demanded and received
very They proceeded an ex
I hint' 'Ih< people of Austria look tory of the national banking ,
upon t the coming winter" ramnaiinwith and! system" next session. That plan calls for only from a few who were bitter southern Florida for this season; planation and regrets and assurances
amounted! to $$12,207,090.4 i
a feeling of horror. Provisions such an increase in the regular armyof and who were grievously misled: that the fruit was considered sufficiently from Calles that the act would not be
are l soaring to fabulous ,prices, The total deposita of individualsand : the United States as experience America has not opened its doors in ripe and would pass the test; repeated.In .

) banks amounted to JD 2.'JOO.OOO, has proved to be required for the performance vain to men and women out of other therefore, he was moving: north to reporting the incident, Funston
E\CH KirMOItt IV IJOMKHy : exceeding by $337,000,000 the highest
look into the chestnut business
and
of the
duties of said while
( Camilla (ianfarra necessary nations. The vast majority of those "Yesterday Major Hay
) amount ever previously shown.MeCRACKEVS .
Rome. -Nov Although censorship the army in the Philippines, in Hawaii who have come to take advantage of the oyster business.It and other officers were 200 yards

forbids any allusion to peace negotiations in Porto Rico, upon the bordersof her hospitality have united their spirits is, therefore, understood that north of the boundary and 900 yards
on the part of Italy the UI TO lUTE the United States, at the coast for- with hers as well as their for- there will be no objection to the ship- from the flank of General Calles
Naples Mattino states that a prominent KITCHEN COMPLETEDLast tifications and at the ping of the fruit from either a stateor
English personage armed at military postsof tunes. These men who speak alien trenches the Mexican soldiers delib-

, Berne simultaneously with von Hue- night for the first time the the interior. For the rest, it calls sympathies are not their spokesmen federal standpoint from now on erately fired upon and nearly hit

low s arrival there. The Mattino adds patrons of McCracken's were serveda for the training within the next three I but are the spokesmen of small for the season of 1915-16. them. Also, yesterday a detachmentof

orders that a large to prepare Berne hotel for the has receptionof received supper cooked in the firm's new years of a force of 400,000 citizen soldiers 'groups whom it is high time that the The above .information to the gen- the ninth cavalry, 1,200 yards in
to be raised in annual should eral public was given out by General front of the west flank
a number of foreign personages kitchen. All who tested the establish nation call to a reckoning. of Calles'
and further Mates that Italian gents of 133,000, who would be Agent Williamson of the SeaboardAir trenches and least
an personage ment's product testify that it fully contin-I The chief thing necessary in Americain at 200 yards northof

cunf reply now| i in Xn Switzerland ffinfirmoi I tnn will nf repre-. filial.... (bears out in quality the firm's policyof to enlist for three years with order that she should let all the Line on his return to Bradentown, the boundary, were fired upon"FRATERNITY
report is"obtainable here. "-" "the best lunch in Orlando, cookedin ors and three years on furlough, but world know that she is prepared to from Jacksonville, a few days ago.

the city's most up to date kitchen." who during their three years of en- maintain her own great position is II. G. Gumprecht, manager of the MGIIT AT METHODIST -

FLORIDA SOCIETY IS FORMEDIN No pains or expense have been sparedto listment with the colors would not be that the real ,voice of the nation Manatee county citrus sub-exchange, CHUKCII

CAPITAL make a kitchen which m equipmentand organized as a standing force but should sound forth unmistakably and referring to the announcement declared

convenience is second to none. would be expected merely to undergo in majestic volume, in the deep unisonof that Inspector Marks had not Last night Mr. Holcomb spoke to a

Washington, D. C.-The First Florida Beginning at 9 a. m. today a free intensive training for a very brief pe- a common, unhesitating national announced the decision to abandon big crowd-the largest of the present

Society of Washington was organized demonstration of the superior merits riod of each year. Their training feeling. I do not doubt that upon the tests to the Florida Citrus Exchange. week's services-among whom there

here Tuesday night at a meet of White House coffee, as brewed in would take place in immediate association first occasion upon the first opportunity The county manager declared also were representatives of several fraternal -

, ing attended by 68 Floridians. McCracken's kitchen will be given. with the organized units of upon the first definite challenge, that tests would be made of all fruit organisations. The Rebekahn

Constitution and by-laws were the regular army. U would have no that Voice will speak forth in tones!!! controlled by the exchange.. the Woodmen of the World and the

t adopted and officers were elected and touch of the amateur about it, neither which ho man can doubt and with Itat-aca class! of the first Baptist

committees appointed, as follow would it exact of the volunteer more command* which no man dare gain church attended in a body, The music!

President, Senator Duncan U WHITLOCKpLYSRKirrntitny than they could give in any one year pay or reeUt. Ii U. COMMERCE INJURED wan exceptionally, spirited and enthu .

Fletcher) first vice-president, Albert from their Chilian pursuits, Must Hlnp Church Haired! =iflF>tic, and Mr. Jeter'' .picture<< wan

Id Marsh of Jacksonville; second ( / linn/ Not faked", That I Nary lin IllTlrient Torre May I tint say, while I am (peaking, one of hU moat attractive, The text
\'lc".11t't'"hleh'I Mrs William l'atte, of Minister\ Ho Hrt'ullttI-1I114! Moreover\ It has been American if this, that there is another danger Note t to llritiiln Will lit Pub.ll'hptl was taken from II ('lIflnthlllfflll1.! ( ) *

1'alatkaj l treasurer, tleorjre II Nelden, Health I I", 1"ulllnJf-Ah. i pulse)' time out tit mind, to !look to the thlte should' &guard! ftll14ln-t' We Monday: Shtwn That t J lilt j I "Wherefore rome out from among

if DeLandt secretary t AI'II. I Hill Tew* 'navy_ HI_(the first ami thief line of tie. should rebuke not only manifestationsof U. S. Commerce HUM nr.tt'rrd them and be ye separate J Faith the

ler of i'alatka I "t'nt'" Neceary' fence. The navy of the United States! : racial feeling here in America (gently Iord, and touch not the unclean thing

Kitteitainnient: Committee-=Mrs, Albert I. wireless Ii aiready n very great and efficient where there should lit none, but also I -- and I will receive you, and! will be A

H.. March, Mrs, Hurry Cary, and I Merlin, by 1 $ayvillr. Nuv, force, Not rapidly, hut tlowly, with every manifestation of religious and' \\aahjngton, Nov, Secretary of: Father unto you, and! >'e shall) be my

Mrs, Waller 0, Coleman, all of JatV 4,-A semi-otfuial: trans-oiean news careful attention, our naval forte has sectarian antagonism. It does not become State Lansing announced today that bans and daughters, saith the Lord!

u"viU\'S' bureau dispatch states that reports been developed! until the of the Almighty,"
navy America that within her larders the note to Great Britain on the sub
Membership\ CommUtee, W, Wil printed the in u. foreign newspaper that United! States stands recognized as where every man is: free to follow ject of neutral commerce had been received The sermon was forceful and effective .
German
Hams, of Tallahassee} Mrs John government would ask one of the most efficient and notableof the dictates of his: conscience and in London and he will arrange to an unusual degree, many persons
the withdrawal of Ilrandhitlotk
Trice, of Tampa, and J.V, Pollock, the modern time. All that is: needed worship God as he pleases: men for its publication probably" on :Monday attesting their desire to lead) a
minister to is
Belgium,
of I'tnsacola absolutely untrue in order to bring it to a point of should raise the cry of church against next. The document contains new clean life, while a half score of
and that the American
Dr Blackmail's Creed of Floridawas ministeris extraordinary force and efficiency >fo >le came forward to profess faithin
as church. To do that is to strike at the about 20,000 words, including an appendix I |
I\llopt\,1 by the society, as part merely going on a leave of absence compared with the other navies of the very spirit and heart of America Ne which carries statistical exhibits Christ.
because of health.
of the minutes of the first meeting. failing world is that we should hasten our are a (lod.fearing' people \\e ague in reply to Great Britain's f fig (lo!>ing Pay

pace in the polio we have long b .en to differ about methods of worship, urea to show that American commerce The revival meetings will come to a
11VMI CONCERT SUM).\\ AFIKKNOOV NlISINl1100I.. tOMENFIONII.L : pursuing, und that chief of all we but we are united in bihcving in divine has been seriously injured. formal close today, with a !service this

MIIKF: IN MIAMI should have a definite polity of dtxclopment. Providence and in worshiping the afUrnoon ut :T o'clock, ltd. by Mr.

not made from year to year (;lod of Nation We nre the chnm. 100TIIM.L GAMK: : lOMOUUtm Jeter, and a service tonight, sermon
On Sunday afternoon at 2:30: there! ,I Tho fourteenth annual Sunday but looking well into the future and piotn of religious right here and II)' :\1 r. Holcomb; subject, "Safety

will IK a band concert at Kola park I school, convention of the state> of 1,'lor- planning! for u definite consummation. everywhere that it may be our privilege Tho Orlln.lhhrh school football 1 irst" This will 'automobile! night

,1 The band has recently been reorganized idI I is to bo held in :Miami November If. S. !Has No l','ar to give it our countenance and team will leave tonight for Tampa and oil who can come in automobile,

and numbem twentyfive\ musician 1 H to 21 I, inclusive. No thoughtful nun feels any panic support. The !government N conscious where they will play n game with thHillsborough are invited to do *o, and to bring their

*, and In under tho leadership of haste in this matter. lhc: country is of the obligation and the nation is high school team Suture cars full. Those< who can't motor

IVof Mclnto. KAT.s 31st ( llll.H! BORN not thrcnUncd from any ,)ul\rh'r. She conscious of the obligation. Let no day. over may use a Ford, and those who

stands in friendly relations with all man create divisions where there are do not care for this means of locomo

SKAMXVS: : LAW IN EITECT: J''dnt-The' nixtemth on of President the world. Her resources are known .nonl_nn!._ Mr. Arthur B. Gregory, of Cleveland I tion, are invited to "foot it."
; Yuan Shi has was horn today. and! her self respect and her capacitjto
(ire'al111Ic'al to latriotismHere Ohio, was in Orlando yesterday
The The president now has 31 children for her citizens and her (;eu' TICA Uml.L ADDRESS
Washington, Nov\ 4.- new women's care own is the nation God has builded lie has spent several winters in various -

law ugulgmc' condition of --- own rights There in no fear amongst by our hands. What shall be do withit parts of Florida, and this year ELKS

service on all American merchant Congressman W. J. Sears, of Kisfiimmee us. Under the new world conditionswe Who is there who does not stand he is the advance agent of quite a

vessels not admitted to registry under was among the prominent hate become thoughtful of the ready at all times to act in her be- colony who are coming South from :\1.1.. Smith, exalted ruler of the
the foreign. effect visitors in Orlando yesterday, returning things which all reasonable local Elks, has received a
registry act was in men con- half in a spirit of devoted and disinterested the Buckeye State, and it may be that message
to his home in Osceola county in sider from Gov. Trammell! that he
today necessary for security and self- We stating
I patriotism are jet onlyin they will all spend the season in this
the afternoon. He is spending todayin defense on the part of every nation the youth and first consciousnessof section He praised Orlando without will deliver the memorial address at

DANN MVKLS OFFER. TO THE Jacksonville.. Congressman Sears confronted with the great enterpriseof our power. The day of our coun- stint and said the only objection that the annual lodge" of sorrow service
will leave for Washington, D. C., on Sunday, December 5.
COUNTY human liberty and independence.
trj's life is still but in its fresh he had to the place when here three
the 23rd, to be present when congress That is all.Wants.
morning. Let us lift our eyes to thegrt'at years ago was the poor streets, and
II. Carl Dann has offered the Boardof convenes. Country's SupportIn OWNS WHOLE DODGE FAMILYI.
of lifeet be
tracts to
con- now since that was a thing of the
Count Commissioners $15,000 for the fulfillment of the program I quered in the interests of righteous he considered Orlando the most
the jail property on North Orange Mr. C II Morse, of New York, and propose I shall ask for the hearty peace. Come let us renew our allegiance perfect past city in the South. W. Phillips & Son sold a Dodge

avenue. The county has not acted on Mr. E. ,,-. Packard of Chicago, prom- support of the country. of the rank to America, conserve her roadster to Dr. C. D. Christ yester:

the matter )'et. inent and influential winter residentsof and file of America, of men of all strength in its purity, make her chief Miss E.'an Hoesen arrived in Or- day. The Doctor now owns two

Winter Park, have returned to Orange shades of political opinion. For the among those who serve mankind, self- lando last evening over the Coast I Dodges, a touring car and a roadsterthe
TilE WEATHERFor county from a summer spent in time I the whole Dodge family.
I being, speak as trustee and reverenced self-commanded mistressof Line from Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to -

Florida: Fair the North. These two gentlemen are : guardian of a nation's rights charged all forces of quiet counsel, strong spend her second season. She is
today light the owners of two of the "show places with rile duty of speaking for that Columbia Grafonola reduced to $15.
north to east winds. nation above all others in good will and the pleasantly located with Mr. and Mrs
I Records from 15c. Come and hear
of Collegetown I in matters involving her sover- I might of invincible justice and right. |, F. J. Magm, 213 East Jackson street. them. Curtis & O'Neal.up.



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South Florida SentinelMORNING Oakland, Fla, Nov 3.Mr W. B

( AND WEEKLY GuIle)., of Tampa, was the guest of :\' HOIR

A. r:. GLENN .....................Ediur his brother, R S Gully, and familyfor BARLEY-RYE
W. C. EhblNGTOS .....BnsinrM Manger of last week. You only promised me ainh! hour:
several days
But in that hour I journeyed tnrough::
Entered at the _U>ffic. at Orlando. Fior- Harold Henschen and sister Miss a year
Ida *. Second CI.... Mail Matter Elsa Henschen, attended a Hallowe'en Of life; the joy of finding jcu-the I
and Mrs. Oscar Pear- fear I
at Mr.
D Uj. 1 Yiar SUBSCRIPTION...........RATES........... IS.00Daily. party son's of Paola. Of losing you again-the e\e of' A mixture of Winter Barley and Italian Rye grassill! make a fine winter pasture for
S Month'...................... ISO power and will land than other
Dan,. S Month ...................... 121 Mr. R. A. Ivey, Jr. has returnedto To make you all my own-the sudden cattle, horses and sheep. Rye is very hardy grow on poorer
Dan,. 1 Month ....................... ..JOW take up the duties of clerk, for the I shower grain crops. A big supply expected in a few days. Italian Rye Seed makes an excellent'

.*kly. 1 Tate ...................... 1100 winter, at the A. C. L. depot Of tears that came because joi were winter lawn.
J. O Brock, Misses Moody and more dear then "'Ve Burn Our Old Seeds. Y
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Mrs. Than words could ever tell joi-
ADVANCE Lily Brock, and Mrs. W. A. Wilkes the clear
attended the farmers' institute at Soft rapture when I plucked love's

TO ADVERTISERS Monteverde Saturday. They report crimson flower.

C*,y f.f dUpUr aad all .tk.r ku..t that interesting addresses were given An hour-a 'ear-I felt jour bosom
4frtUlac BuH b* hand* la at the baalnewAc
.f U. 8atial not.lattr than I p. m.UM and a pleasant time was spent. rise
day keUr. purlicatloa.. TkU nil applinI The ladies of the Methodist church And fall with mystic tides, and saw
DE..A.
ckaarM far contract advcrtiiinis It It and the gleam .
fetarlaaU and will b. atn U, a4n r4 U.Subaerlbcn and their friends surprised Rev. or undiscovered stars within jourejes
Mrs. Steinbock on Hallowe'en night,
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desiring Tb Sentinel d&eondaud placed on hour I knew :not, for uTIle Drug and Seed Man"
should notify the ofHe in writing on having a box of provisions A year-an
Uw UU of expiration, otherwise' It will b* the stream :
ontlnncd at the' revular subscription ratca.ntil their porch. .I Of love had carried me to Paradise, PROPRIETOR
notice to Ii received.T.kpa. installation services held at like 'I
atop The of time
........... Where all the forms are
.. NumbFRIDAY ........... 14 conducted by _
the church Sunday were a dream

NOVEMBER: 5, 1913.: Rev. J. F. McKmnon, of Orlando. The -Henry Van Djke. i iD

able sermon, "The Power of Prayer," ORDERED I CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
ofrooksville. AIR COMPRESSER
delivered by Rev. Hensley,
Perry Wall has hit the West Flor- was I
Rev. McKmnon deliveredthe
ida trail and voters in that section \V DeLaney Way will soon have installed ,
to the pastor, Rev. W S.
charge
are discovering that there's a real inay's Auto Inn' a new
Latham, and Elder D. S. Thrasherthe I FLORIDA
live candidate in the race for the sen- compressor
Kellogg air 4
charge to the people. These were
ate-.Tampa Tribune. 4i
must -- - -
and each hearer
-0- very impressive i --
HUGO SUPERSTITIONS.London have gone away with new zeal and I II- --
and Promptest\ !
Best
were present
( Chronicle) courage of heart.lany t-M-Mi " "III'

Victor Hugo was a victim to the from Winter aGrden. The CampFire \ Auto Livery !
assisted by Mrs Carrie Auto Livery
Girls,
superstition which has been hit by NowTo
had the church prettily dec- I Phone 632J. Begin
Willis,
the victory in the Derby of a horse Service
of
with ferns and a profusion
numbered 13. At a house where Hugo orated CARTER Orlando, Fla. ;
and E. ; and cleanest m the
roses. the
had been asked to dinner, one of the white lilies trade with largest Grocery

other guests, after waiting some time, We are glad' that Mrs. Steinbock her late b-PASSENGER Two Cars in Service for Day or1\; city.

asked the hostess why they were so has so much improved from THE BEST GOODSWe

late sitting down to table. She explained illness that she was able to take Night CallsConvinced carry the best brands of goods.

that a guest having failed her, charge of her young men's Bible class
CAR
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Garden Sunday.
,
she had been compelled to send for at Winter BUICK \
another to avoid the number- Call and look the goods over and get prices.

party RETURNS WITH OVERLAND Coffee, per pound _______________________________15c

ing thirteen.A We call anywhere at any time I Tea, per pound _________________________________25c
few minutes later the he
same guestS Jack I "Yes," said the specialist, "as 1 can Baking Powder, per pound ________________________20c
started to Hugo. "Do has returned from sick contractor, \
talking the
you J. C. Otey stood by _____________25c
** 3 cans Pork and Beans for ___________
know why we are kept" waiting sonville with a new Overland "eight. Gordon's Transfer Co, :I cure"What)"ou.will it cost" asked the sick JI J 2 Boxes Cake Flour for __________________________25c
the
asked the latter. "Yes, came reply -
- -- -- man faintly. 2 Boxes Potato Flour for ________________________23c:

"Because some imbecile is"afraidto 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 "Xinetv-tne dollars.shade your pricea 12 pound sack of Flour for ______________________45c
Solemnly will have to
thirteen dinner.
down to
sit "You
and the rejoined. IF KIDNEYS AND HAULING OF ALL KINDS I little," replied the contractor. "I" 24 pound sack of Flour for _______________________90c)

severely '"poet .. --- -- - got a better bid from the undertaker. 4 cans of Ready-Made Soup for ___________________25c
imbecile c'est moi'HILL his
The specialist stood pat the on job. price Tuna Fish, per can ______________________________lOc

BlADDER BOTHER and his competitor specialists' got in our line of Codfish Balls, per can, ___________________________lOc
HAVE TO V\e are
CHANGE FIGURES.The A. B. Cook & Co. work and sanitary to conditions stay on the prevail.safe Brooms, _______________________________25e. and 50c
It will pay you
secretary of the United States

department of agriculture has issueda Take a glass of Salt to flash out your Christ Building, Orlando. side. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

circular on state highway mileageand Kidneys and neutralize irritating Orlando \- =

expenditures up to January 1, acids.
1915. BUILDING MATERIALS Our Grocery Company

Tables are prepared showing what INCOME: INVESTMENTS Steam LaundryFRENCH :
.
and Bladder weakness result
various states are doing. Up to Jan- from Kidney uric acid says a noted authority.The vacant properties and DRY CLEANERS I: Two Phones: 3 and 200
uary 1, 1915, Florida did not have a kidneys filter this acid from the We develop LAUNDERERSPHONE .
state highway commission. Conse- blood and pass it on to the bladder, whereit hand notes and mortgages yielding: I
quently some data is omitted becauseof often remains to irritate and inflame, guaranteed income. I 88 : 6 andiS E. Pine Orlando Fla.
burning, scalding sensation, 01
that fact. In expenditures for 1914 causing petting up a an irritation the neck of 1- --- -- - ---- --- ... II 111111 II111111111111 " " ,1',1" I .

under the head, "Total of State Funds, the bladder, obliging you to seek relief TAXES PAID AND INTEREST
Joint Funds and Local Funds," we two or three times during the night. I COLLECTED FOR CLIENTS The want ad's the thing '!!"
The sufferer 13 in constant dread the
find that Florida has expended - -
approximately water passes sometimes with a scalding -- -- .

$3,450,000.hen the sensation and is very profuse; again,
next circular is issued by the department there is difficulty in avoiding it. -
ladder wt four times this amount, or $12- !
,
000,000, will have been expended for because they can't control urination. Hot Shot for Buyers
While it is extremely annoying and sometimes ;FUllY PAID UP
good roads. painful, this is: really one of
Another table gives Florida 2,023( ; the most very simple ailments to overcome I 120 acres (stock land) close by, per acre _________$15.00 T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

total of all surfaced roads in the Get from about pharmacist four ounces and of take JaJ a tablespoonful Salts- 80 acres on lake, per acre ______________________$20.00 ORLANDO FLORIDA

state 17,954 total all public roads in your before ______$1150.00
;
of water ____
in a glass;: Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne and Retail Dealer in Choice
the state and 14.6 centage of this for two or three Wholesale
per
; breakfast, continue
_$250.00Our
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north of Lake Eola ________
the acids in Lots
surfaced raids in state. days. This will neutralize Several Florida and Western Meats
,t no longer is a source of "
the
D urine eo For Our Bu>ers.
Only
irritation to the bladder and urinary organs Motto this year is "Bargains
"nO'OR'U which then act normally again. Leave the terms to me. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.
CRVTHUDE." Jad Salts is. inexpensive harmless! ,
(New orkorld) and_ is made. from the acid of grapes and Co. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
The country is now treated to a lemon juice, combined with iitnia, ana Orlando Real Estate Bumlnc (135 P. O. BOX aa6
is. used by thousands of folks who PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St
list of the names of those Americanswho subject to urinary disorders caused E. B. BRADLEY
were traveling abroad when the uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splendid 4\\ BLOCK PHONE 301; I
WATK1NS
and causes no 12 I
and for kidneys
war broke out over a year ago
effects whatever.
who, having been helped home with Here you have a pleasant, _
public funds, are still delinquent in lithia-water drink, which quickly relieves .
pacing the money back into the pub- bladder trouble. The 1gaCizet

lic treasur)'. It is a painfully long
list. It dealswith: persons who obviously OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

possessed the means of get- .VN S. Helen ANNOUNCEMENTMrs Graves wishes to an- OATS AND RYE OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
would not
ting back home or they nounce that she has opened parlors in FRESH AND SALT MEATS
have been traveling abroad. The war the Yowell-Duckworth building Room

only cut off their ability to cask in No 1. Hairdressing, shampooing, Call in and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
their traveling credits. So a consid- facial massage, and scalp treatment.Your Fresh shipment just arrived. screened away from the flies, and kept fresh t
Appointment by phone, No: 67U
erate government advanced the money patronage is solicited 1-11-1-Jt* get yours. Prices right and pure.

without other security than confidencein We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
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their sense of honor and gratitudefor I -- everything in the Meat Line.
services rendered. This confidence ALL KINDS OF GARDEN, FLOWER AND FIELD SEEDS

proves to have been misplaced We Are H. M. Self & Go.

Plenty of time and warning has been We our Seeds to be Fresh
given. \\e are only to conclude that Pleased guarantee PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
in thecountry I
there are so many persons
without need of the charity Co.
& Produce
Seed
who are jet willing to be posted as When people say to Us: "We Orlando

objects of charity at the hands of the come here because we always get Phone 166
national treasurv our monev'& worth. This issaid i 206 S. Orange Ave.

o- to u*. frequently Quality Smartness and Long LifeA

NOTICE It ha=> been the policy of the ,

Application\ for Tax Deed Under Model in the past to try and deserve GLIDE-
8 of ('haIJtrr188;:> II SILVER
fiction will
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Notice is hereby given that Florida be its policy in the future. It has *
Good Homes Company, of Orlando, been successful IN A CHALMERS -

I'la., purchaser of tax of certificate June A.:No D We know when we give a ladyor The Customers First FOR SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new
107, dated the 2nd day
good meal for 25:
1913, has filed said certificate in mv gentleman a tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian
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for that they are getting their
and has made application cents
office,
the samea
in accordance with YOUR needs and striving to meet them is Motorcycle, for cash.
tax deed to isue full value for their monev. Studying not to serve ourselves
the Our business is
law. Said certificate embraces situated If they choose one of our 15 r :- :studying our own needs.results through which we profit are the results -
The
described property first-but last
following in Orange count, Florida, to-wit: cent specials it is the same. that bring you to us. That is why we must think of you- ; I

North half of southwest quarter of If we serve them somethingfrom r and serve )'ou. consume -
southwest quarter section 2S 2i east, town> our short!' order list and Our facilities and our ability them.are not You things are that the consumer we can of AUTO CASHING\ STATION

acres.ship 21 The south said, land range being assessedat charge them a reasonable price what.we But produce you can If consume we are to buy what we wish, or first do obligation the-

the date of the issuance of uchcertificate for it they are satisfied and so things we wish, we must be successful. That makes our :

Unless said in the certificate name of shalt unknown.be redeemed are we. fresh Your to you--our importance patron.to us is not assumed. It is genuine." Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
Our Oysters are everyday. better.
according to law, tax deed Our success is greater as our service to you is
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will issue thereon on the 6th day o1December I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 223.
A D 1915. Produce Co.W.
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Co-Operative
Witness mj official signature and] OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModelCafe The .

seal A. D.this 1915 the 5th day of November, I S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 Ads

ROBINSON, Want Get ResulC
(Seal.) Clerk Circuit B. \1. Court, Orange r , l Sentinel

t tI County, Florida. ..r , .

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$3.48THE STORE 4 I ComfortsElegant all silk top. made

of Maih cotton, full !size, eXrtra -
: pure trarecial


SATURDAY AND MONDAY $3.98

Visit Our Store And See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Showing.

THE SEASON'S BEST AT THE LOWEST PRICES



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SUITS SUIT SALE


New merchandise at a ''i i; One of the greatesteents

' I t of the season.
prices to prove supremacy lu r p

I '"'" Ladies' Suits in black
of our values. This o

I and navy serges, some
,
lot representing the lat R ,

fur trimmed, satin lined.
est and smartest styles.

$25.00 0 !k oC $15.00EXCEPTIONAL


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VALUES IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENTSilk


LINEN, bleached, heavy Irish Linen,
TABLE
Crepe de Chine,40 inches wide,black, white and pure
navy, a regular $1.50 quality at _________ $1.29 WOOL DRESS GOODS satin damask,beautiful patterns, $1.50 quality, $1.18

Towels, hemmed huck, size 17x34, regular lOc. quali-
One lot of beautiful new wool Dress Goods, the seasons -
Silk 40'inches wide, black, browns, 83c
Poplin navy dozen ----------
best styles, and all the best shades, French serges ty per ---------------------
. blue, Copenhagen and Tan, regular I 1..,..a- storm serge, wool crepes, gabardines, check suitings, 54
quality ---_______________________________$1.19 inch. Cloth Suitings, and dozens of other good styles, BEDSPREADS, large double bed size, Marseillesdesigns
worth$1.25 and $1.50 per yard,special, $1.25 quality ____________________ $1.00

Black Taffeta Silk, special soft Chiffon finish, 36 Curtain Scrim, 36'inches wide, white, cream and
inches wide, $1.50 quality} -_________________$1.18 arab, 15 cent quality _______________________lOc
.98

Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide beautiful soft CRETONE,36 inches wide,large range of colors and
finish, with a high sheen, $1.25 quality ________98c patterns _______________________________12'/zC


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Have You Taken Millinery Sensation! I Shoe DepartmentOur

full line of

Stock Wives tell your husbands;husbands tell jour Ladies'Winter Shoes Fall ;
in. We have a \1.
wive*. Most beautiful showing of Trimmed plete line of
!
thing. :
Hats shown in Orlando; unsurpassed any ) \
ever
/\k1j < We are showing the newest effects in themost. )

where for style, quality and value. .
refined garments. New
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Why pay double for copies of our hats else- \
"r4 a Correct in every important detail. In fact, -
where? That's L\ .
l :"" \ they're fashions latest offerings to men of tt \w .

t'' dress distinction. We must add just this, no Beautiful HandBags Good ......uo .,. ,. ...
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bettered tailored garments can be shown at any
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; Sample line, only one of a kind. We bought
'' yhk price.
. 5, i iN this lot very cheap and we will give you the advantage 'n Ladies' High Hutton and lace shoes!' in patent,
1 ( fun metal and kid, with cloth and dull kid tops.!'
N while they last! \r.I .. off
of our lucky buy Also! full line of Ladies' high and low heel
LET US SHOW YOU!
putnps! just j received.
the regular price.
Come in and FCC for yourself
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t I All the Latest StylesIn Buy Your Millinery and The Prices Are Within

Stockt Hand Bags at Home Reach of All

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In today's Sentinel 1 appears a full .,, "- ;

page advertisement telling briefly of -td-S\ ( tjs7

the great clearance sale which will be Jij1&' (' )
conducted for thirty days Oscar
Hand & Son, on West Pine by street. '.__.? o0-c; UO) jQ/i1) J : '/

The monster sale will start Saturday
Daily Budget 01 Items
Concerning morning, November 6. "Come early,"
Four das of preparation for Fall and Winter. Here are fine assortments for Ju- )
The Town And Rollins says the ad., and it is good advice for venile apparel to outtit Young America for the work and play of every day at lCOXI: I
College
the store will be thronged. OMY PRICES.

Oscar Hand & Son have a wonderful The time is past when Pa's old pants were cut down for the heir apparent or
store which is filled from one end Ma's apparel was made over to fit little sister. A progressive age, recognizing the
ROOSTER REPLIESAt SEWERAGE ELECTION: TODAY to the other with the brightest, importance of appearance, even in little folks, designs and cuts and sews for them as
snappiest
does for
painstakingly as it us grown-ups
The voters of Winter Park are newest and most complete stockof This is strikingly illustrated in this special event which we have timed to come>
Ormond Beach called upon today to decide whetheror goods to be found in Florida. Noth- just when )ou are planning your children's outfits for the new season. Uefore you

The gulls can screech, not the town shall borrow $7,500 ing is missing, everything is there, ever thought of it, as long ago ns last. June we were planning.
in the assortments. gathered here! and
forehandedness
results of
The our are wen !
In Sanford, too, to pay one-half the expense of the and you are invited to inspect and seethe now offered in a comprehensive and timely display called"CHILDREN'S: : DAiS.: Store:
The cows can moo, installation of a system of seweragefor offerings. and stocks are turned over to mothers fwd uungsters. The things pro\idod for the

And baby weeps surface drainage. Five car loads of furniture, rugs, youngsters mire the U-st and! newest. The 'ttriics are prices that parents will .gladly
While Maltland l the result -nowhere are they lower. The mote children you have to clothe the wore theseCHILDREN'S
sleeps, Opinion at to of the election carpets, and general furnishings for pay
) : DAYS arc prepared to offer you in variety and economy.
And canines bark was somewhat divided last night the home have arrived this week The

At Winter Park, The last time this issue was put before I firm\ has this ton)' for the young '

While tabbies yowl the voters it was defeated by man: "You furnish the girl; wo fur ANn UK: SURE: TO I 1IIIXi: ; THE: CHILDUEN: : WITH YOU FOR \\T.1IAVK :
And students howl; five\ votes, but those who are backing nish the home." Hut the sale is not : PREPARED: : A SURPRISE: : FOR( T1IKM.: FOU EVERY: : PUR-
CIIASK: or FIFT't! : TS OR OVERVK: : WILL GIVE: TIIIM:
can't cocks the
Why crow up proposition believe that it will confined to young prospective bride-

In Orlando- carry today by a good majority. grooms. It should prove of equal interest .

The town' gone daft, to all families in Central Florida A Splendid Balloon Free

Let' move to Taft! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR particularly Orange county and

. -R. M. P. Orlando. CHILDREN'S H.\YS AUK: S.VII RDU. IOXU.\Y, ESim.M: WIUXIII.Y.: :: .
RENT-House, unfurnished, 5
rooms and bath, on Ruth avenue.J. The company has the exclusive
HONOR ROLL TOR FIRST MONTHOF
G. Manuel, city. l'hone18t rights in Orlando to Globe-Wernicke - -
SCHOOL WORK 11-5-Ct ;30 I'UETTFlUKKO:; CHILDREN'S: FALL. :oWIUTEI-
Look[ and cabinets Ilren
uses filing ; \ ,
cool i
Are a necessity.n t:1p1
That Winter Park's public school is
lin window shades; Hoosier kitchen PRACTICAL ROCKS a heavy coat would l be far from i"
doing good work this is shown FOR SALE-Two splendid furniture
year
fortable, the sweater comes into: u-
cabinets the famous Florence oil
by the fact that at the end of the wagons, suitable for transfer work. ; In WHITE AND COLOI.S.Iater- own. These sweaters are not only
Also one small wagon splendid horse stoves; the Vudor porch shades, and
first month's work thirty-seven pupilswere two sets of harness. If you are looking the Duplex fireless cooker pure aluminum i 'i ials of Gingham, Percale, Linene, serviceable, but they Nothing are remarkably finer for
,good: looking too. !
placed upon the honor roll for for something extra good at a wash fabrics. In all
and other
lined. In addition to these exclusive $ Pique the kiddies. In all colors.
having made exceptionally good bargain, see Oscar Hand &. Son. From 73c.; to $1.00We ;
the handlesJohnson's i 12 A big
11-5-Gtc goods company ages from 4 to jears. va
grades. The complete list of those specially( feature the famous
china, also Grindley's china, from 75 cents
whose names on the roll this riety. Regular prices BISON KNIT and MACKINAW madeto
appear
WANTED An elderly lady living with coin decorations. of
genuine gold from fine combed jams pure
.
month follows Louise Florence $ 00
Hall
: alone the services of -
requires a ca- Austrian china also forms a large Llama and Vicuna wools.
Slavik, :Millard Meadors, Robert Richards pable, middle aged white woman for portion of the china department. / Children's Days ONE HALF PRICE Special 'rice $;).00
Ruth Ware, Ruby Baggott, Dor- general housework without washingor
ironing. A good, permanent home Mattresses beds, bedclothmg, crock-
othy Reddit, Thelma Wesson, Burrell Address with GOOD STIRDY HOSIER AND KNIT
for the right person. ery, cooking utensils, rugs and draperies -
Dawson, Maud Partin, Hosea Durden, references regarding character and I UNDERWEAR
and other articles are carried
Blanch Wesson, Blanch Shaffer, Sel- capacity, A. L'. C., Box 149, Orlando,
Fla. 11-5-Gt by Oscar Hand & Son. All day yes- For !Sturdy Young Folks
ma Baggett, Lady Sara Ilendry, Ger- terday the company was busy getting Whether it is lisle for every day wearor 1
trude Ware, Annie Campbell, Miller silk' for parties we can supply' it in
I An ad in the Sentinelis ready for the clearance sale. "Come of particularly serviceable
Henkel, Macon Blackburn, Mary Par- morning stockings a
early" Saturday. UJ kind. Our hosiery! for the young ale reinforced '
a safe investment. art 11.cfh' F
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tin Harold Ward Partin lola
Nancy ,
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the service of
double ordinary
<- to give -
Baggott, Eunice Hells, Ray Partin, uke ;".,a hosiery, yet prunes Are the same '
Lucile Bo kin Sentinel Want Ads Pay. o omnt {u the Inferior kind! In knit underwear i
) Josephine Noe Pansy MISS MAY HARDAWAYPUttLIO 0.J J" n* Q
Walking Dorothy Harrison, Eleanor .: li::" too, \\' UJ\M\I t time* more reliable grades !at very wuhotii Vl f
(Coffin Florence Keezel, Agnes doorman HTKNOaUAPIIKUIY1 : Konm N... :.1 to HrhutU ItUi*. 'A t.,s )Cat' I'tl'et, JR ,
Lena Wahl, Paul Harrison IN IIIISIEItY JM (
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llrock lilt!, Millie Itetldit Dr. C. W. Fain AAM4 l/.A; ,iGt. We tonne tttliMtcly- 'tlltl I'HOIJ-() :
tutdsA.oatfila4 J, Nts, tilt iitiHiMiN. ivitiwr.Aii: >; & : &, '
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miTIONS SdtulU' llulltllim, IMiont 10(1All ( CJmitY 'fJ qty'= I IN i I' smitiu; :
Office Hours 5, iltstl..t1 n, & w, HIIIII' ; "H. MIIIII"; "';,I\, "
N |ti 13: :3 l'n (4F4 thd:
iIo
J, E2i Parker end A, II. Jl1hn l n, 'It, I ., Illl, I'AUIvKH'N: ( nUIIIII':; ) :, _

cal WrtllrtKPr I lf the OllttlldiJ. l euh-ert. Wurk Neatly and Arrurulty| Ihm I \\IMKII, ; I'Allh, FI.VMMMMMMMM _
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Iwnire, tttMt| ) yeoterttey' insr'ftlnl! lltfet' "Hi' If* and UfM{ I.ralln-r in MM,! 'I III1: NSCHIOIHEvery :

the condition the citrus prop in .t.'I.1 Jl MOII! 1'\1,1.| | |1"00n\()() 1:.111& ; need of .the 'OUngebt member
. All 'lasts follow the contour of the )
the Mttitland!, AUamonte, am) J4>Vu foot, with the result that there will of the family hun !been carefully

Unwell sections, Mr. l'ar'eritatell' lit mi damped lass or chafe) heels, a looked after. Fur these Children's

that in almost all of the groves which SPECIAL SALE and! consequently| no ud lies. Styles, l Days we have collected the best:: lot I
while sensible attractive, and prig- '
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he has visited the crop( this year will are I + s of Infant'sear we have ever
es are the lowest you have ever paid
be lighter than usual, and also thatit for this sort of leatlicr. I brought together. Even: mothers who

will be later in maturing Mr. Parker All Kinds! and sizes for broth boys I t' have a good idea of what they want!

remarked, however, that at Alta 20 Per Cent Discount and gills.. ,-f will find I here many things that never
Prici-H range from $1.5(1 l ( to $1.: .>(ll> i
monte yesterday lie saw Home fruit, occurcd to them, but which be
+ - can
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lIl.1.IXEltHilt: I 'II I HE: Jl'NIORS)
apparently well ripened( which is being FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Poke and Clothe shapes for the wee used to good advantage.

shipped( ( by Dr. I' Phillips( of Orlando. tots. For misses there ure sailors, i Its nn assortment that every moth.
The local Exchange: packinghouse toques, student' caps Tuna o'Shaiiler, er should consult.
Chinexc coolie hats, etc., and all at Special price rule for these dale
will about November 20
open Nov. 5th and 6th
for the I'allon.WIXTEIt specially' interesting 11I"lt-n. nnl)'.


FOR CASH ONLY
PARK1LI.. VOTE ON

HANI STAND DRESS: GOODS, NOTIONS, IILANKE'IS: 1'OIU'I'It'fIl'US.: : "
An election will bo held In Winter the Fall
SUIT CASIH.: SWEATERS: nll.I.USXU SIIIRIS. NICK-:: Among
Park thirty to decide If that enterprising
young municipality will erect n WI'UI'S: ItIlmo s. CHILDREN'S: 1.ltJI.SXU: MEN'S"':

bund slued In the pnrk. The amountIn HOSE.: Coats

questltm| ,IN. ':AIL It I Is, n safe i /

wager that the stand will be erected. for children arc new belted and Marc ifTirln." '

Major Temple" I III heartily In favor of P. DALE & CO. 'I'ho styles sire dourly allied with those '
it n. are till the public spirited rillren +
I for grown-up. Military collars, raglan to
*. Winter Paik run )*>iut of nil ,
fine\ n imislrul) organization! an. any vMNTEK: PARK, FLORIDA. and kimona sleeves are all featured here; 1

town in Florida and the people are I all on correct lines and in line weaves of ,

certainly proud of their band. t serge, whiHoid| cheviots, plaids corduroys,

etc., in all sizes.
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SWEEPING: : ; THE: SIREETS:.: Childrrn'w Day pricea range! form $3.75: to

Councilman Henkel had 11 force of FALL STYLES 1 $12.00.

men hard at work yesterday after-

noon sweeping( East Park avenue. IN The New "Komfy Kloth"

The dust was to say the least dry,
and numerous calls for the sprinklerwere The new fabrics for smart Sport Coats,
100 cent wool, colors guaranteed
per pure
Walk-Over
ShoesFall
heard, as the sweeping squad absolutely fast. We have just received our
moved down Winter Park's main bus- .J first shipment and we are delighted with they
iness avenue. f 'J.Jtltn.1f., goods and so will you when you see them. ?K1nfA r
;1 l q {'/.IUt; We are the sole local agents. gy "
and Winter Fabrics In 1. tiS Regular $1.90.Children's.
price vs felleR.5
CIiRISTLIENIEAVOR MEMBERS )rce ".. l-e M4u, Are.
T.KEOTlCE 1J lL.U'b Days lh on tilts
j4 CHidReaj
Royal and International
Remember to be on hand at Hooker TailoringAt ,.c r-.ut -/Lu.s.-4 Price $1.75 DAtt2 StUNt tOQ

Memorial church promptly at 7 o'clocktonight the New Store, Winter Park, Fla. .p- A: #I4t/- G'moh' ,f
to "hike" out to Capt. Harris -

home, for the monthly business

meeting and sociaL W. H. SCHULTZ All: N w's There Something Interesting For Mother Herself


VISIT THE CANDY STORE OUTING FLANNELS _" 100 pieces of the famous "LA

Fancy home made candies, and Jersey Winter Park Florida The quality you invariably pay1212C f : GRECQUE" U UNDERWEAR; assortment
"E'- --.... includes dainty hand tail
for. Your choice
corn crisps, at all times. Special a yard on /I// ored conceptions of Combinations,
Children's of large assort-
cake sale tomorrow, at the Candy Days colors a 1.// r Drawers, Corset Covers, etc., etc
IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWinter ment of plain stripes,
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Store, Henkel building. 11-5-lt checks plaids, dark colors and also 0'h \:- On Childrens Days at i&alf PrieeCHEVIOT

in white and cream. '

WINTER PARK NOTES j | Park Auto Co. i On these four 10 days'yards for 95cNEW K. _/;-. -0
Sanford likeDays
Del Mason called to
was \ "
FRENCH GINGHAMSJust :; // but we are going
yesterday to unload J. C. Steinman's - ---- imported. In all the new f"C-c! !!,'kJ9-Q ,/j! to put on sale these four days
Cadillac. Mr. and Mrs. Steinmanare 10 yards for 93;
big style plaid effects. Absolutely unfading ; : :::f v# cents.
expected to arrive in Winter Park in shade. :-ew. combination-,,. o-'P' Your choice of a 75 piece assort.colorings *
next week from Pennsylvania, where BUICK and FORD CARS 32 l1ches. wide.: melt including checks, stripes,
Special price, 2.>e. a yard plaids and plain colors.DicksonIves .
they have been spending the summer.'
(A fine opportunity to do your early Christmas Shopping.)

LOST-One hand piece for a dental Repairing Painting and Auto -
engine, between Sanford and Winter ,

Park. Reward if returned to Dr. C. SuppliesOPEN

W. Fain, room 3, Schultz building.11-5-3tc Co



C. II. Morse and E. W. Packard
have arrived from the North and will DAY AND NIGHT IlOrIa dos Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando FlaWinte.rParkNews

remain in Winter Park for a few dayson .

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(Srlanbn) nrtrty I FavoriteFRIDAY'S PROGRAM "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING


Pathe. "Romance of Elaine." "The
SOCIETY CALENDAR W. C. T. U. NOTES Life Chain." in two parts.
Keystone Comedy. "The Fatal Mallet -
The president Mrs. A. A. Gould, ," featurnig Charles Chaplin.A .
Saturday, November 6.
D. A. R., with Mrs. P. F. Laubach, desires a full attendance at the regu- Five good reels drama in all., in two parts. Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make an estimate -

Unity Chapel.ORLANDO lar meeting this afternoon at 2:30 This is an exceptionally good pro- free on
f sharp, at the primary class room of gram today, as we have Pearl \Vhite, yourWatch
EQUAL SUFFRAGE the Methodist church. This is the also Charles Chaplin. Don't miss it.
LEAGUE MET YESTERDAYThe last meeting before the state conven- Admission, adults 10c., chlidren 5c.

main feature of the suffrage tion which opens next Tuesday even- Ring orJewelry
social session at Mrs. F. A. Curtis'' ing. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND

home on West street yesterday after- Following is a list of the officers SEKGEON
noon was the presentation to the I and delegates who have already sent
State Suffrage Association of a ban- their names to Mrs. J. L. Guernsey, Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand 0 It will cost ;you nothing, and we will be glad to examine 0

ner by the Orlando Equal Suffrage chairman entertainment committee. returned surgeon from, announces Harvard that University he has, your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also

League. The banner was presented i Should you have any choice as to where he took post graduate work in needs care and attention at our place.
to the state association in the name''i 1 whom you extend your hospitality, eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
of the Orlando league by Mrs. J. E Mrs. Guernsey, 409 East Central Also physical diagnosis (nerves EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
notify
: heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis-
,
Dr. Safford, of the
Ensign, president
I| avenue, at once.JacksonvilleMesdames cera), and electrotherapy and conta-
state association, receiving it and responding .1 John S. gious diseases. Office, Cheney build-
. with a brilliant address. In: 'Allen, A. G. Thompson, J. A. Ken- ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
deed the address was a notable one I phone: Office' 617; residence 1018. ,

and very inspiring, and the Sentine I I nedy.High Springs-Mrs. Anna O. EL1 CD
regrets its inability to reproduce th'I' Grimes, president; Mrs. Rosicar. I . -01:1. ,

address word for word. I Tavares-Mrs. J. C. Thompson, sec
Miss Alta Wright sang a numbei '
of selections, Mrs. F. G. Rush accom retary. SKATING G RINK IF YOU ARE A KIT HANDY:
:'I' Taft-:Mrs.: Belle Avery, president
15 Dodge panying her on the piano. One of): :Mrs.: :Maria: Boyce, vice-president; WITH A BRUSH

Miss Wright's selections was "Th., i> :Mrs.: Belle Gartman, Stella Sphaler, I you can, for a very small cost brighten -
Cock Shall Crow," and needless to say I Mrs. Edna Ditter, Mrs. Adele Franklin up your home, renovate old furniture -
it created considerable amusement.The delegates. etc. Our paints, enamels, varnishes -
Cars To
meeting was opened with quo Johnstown Mrs. John P. Coffin, stains, etc., come to you readyfor
tations from various eminent men,, superintendent Sunday school depart- November lit to 6th I use, with full directions on every

such as Washington, Lincoln, and Wilson ment. h'_ can. We supply you with brushes

ArriveThis on the subject of suffrage. The Coleman-Mrs. G. F. Watson, Miss TilE "FRANKS" I L also. Let us fill your wants in the

quotations were passed around am: Kittie IelonIrs.:: S. A. McCook. paint line.
each woman participated in the read president 10th district, Rev. S. A. :Mc: MISS Fn.TilE BEST I [Na1; [[ -- - ---- --- -- -
lecturer. amr Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
Cook, temperance
ing.Mrs.
LADY SKATER IN THE
Week Fred \V. Stanley, in charge of Tallahassee-Mrs. C. G. McConnic, 205 S. Orange Avenue
the box phase of the meeting WORLD
question president; Mrs. L. C. Yeager, dele- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
answered many queries concern gate.
ing suffrage laws in various states,,, Umatilla-Mrs. Neal, president :Mrs.: DON'T MISS HER RUSSIAN
etc. Mrs. Kollock rend an editorialfrom W. N. Stroble, treasurer :Miss: Givens, DANCE
the "Independent" which had to recording secretary; Mrs. A. II. Epps, ,
deal with the development of woman's corresponding secretary; Mrs. Close :
MATINEE FRIDAY AND
suffrage.
delegate. CAREY HAND
Miss Pleasaunce Baker, of Zellwood,, Winter Haven-Mns. F. A. K. Harris SATURDAY, 3.30 I

12 Cars who recently returned from the East,,, president; Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. L.M. I
Touring told of the recent suffrage parade inNew :: Heindeliter. ADMISSION: 10 CENTS FUNERAL: DIRECTORAND
York and described the impres Apalachicola Mrs. II. D. Marks.

2 Roadsters sion it made upon the public. Dade City-:Mrs.: Sherley Bonne, EMBALMER\ \
held out of doors
The meeting was
president Mrs. Hencksby, delegate.
1 Winter Car and the spacious and beautiful lawn Raiford-Mrs. W. S. Graham, pres- GRANDTODAY --
of the Curtis home contributed in Rich .
ident; Mrs. Lewis delegate.St.
making an ideal setting for the oc Cloud Mrs. Eva Easton, dis All calls answered Promptly Dayor
casion. Refreshments consisting of :Mrs:
trict president; Mrs. Combs,
tea, cake and sandwiches were served. Phoebe Depew, Miss Williams, dele- ; Night. Hand Block. I
IIUnloaded The next meeting of the league will gates; Mrs. G. K. Northrup, state in-

be held' at Mrs G. II. Edwards', the stitute officer Mrs. Sara Mathews:: Orlando Florida.
date to be determined later. ,
corresponding secretary. JESSE L. LASKY I I
meetingof
The next regular monthly
Mrs. V. B. Mclnvaine.
Tampa PHONE 639. RESIUENt( PHONE 457.
.Monday the league will be held at Unity Center Hill-Mrs. J. A. Kimbrough,
Presents America's most popular
next Wednesday morning at
Chapel president/ Mrs. S. R. Leggette, vice-
4 Touring Cars ten o'clock. president; Mrs. Alice Burile, record.
+ Mrs. Kate Smith, cor- juvenile star
ing secretary;
CLUB >i ttM tttMttMMHttitMMMIMMiMMIMMMfI .
ROSALIND
1 RoadsterAll responding secretary.
The Rosalind Club was the scene Dupont-Mrs. L. Lambert, presi- DONALD BRIAN
yesterday of a very pretty party, mil- dent.

itary bridge constituting the after- Bunnell-Mrs. Alice Scott Abbott, in a picturization of
noon's pastime. The club interior was 10th district state lecturer. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL

tastily decorated in goldenrod. There DeLand-Mesdames Albertson,J.L. "THE VOICE IX TIlE FOG"
:were eleven tables of players and at Wetherall.
:May: J. R.
I the conclusion of the games the table Lakeland-Mrs. Webb, president;
by Harold MacGrath
wide i .tread having the largest number of flags Mrs. F. L. Upson, corresponding secretary -
won. This was occupied by Mrs. ; Mesdames Clarke, Anderson,
Haden, Mrs. Hauselt,
Vivian, Mrs Darracott, Green.
cars and Miss Branch, each being given a Palatka-Mrs. II. F. Uric, delegate.
Japanese basket. The hospitality Zephyrhills-Mrs. John Flint, Mrs.E. 10c.I 20c.
committee consisted of Mrs. C. B. CURTIS & O'NEAL
W. E. Bobbs, corresponding secre- -
-
, Robinson, chairman, Mrs. Sylvan Me- tary; Mrs. Cora Burlingame, delegate.
E'lroyIrs.. John Jones, :Mrs. W. C. Mrs. S. P. A. Lindahl, Phone
Pierson 5 for
Essington, and Miss Mary Guernsey. vice-president; Mrs. John S. Jackson, FISH AND OYSTERS : Insurance Loans Real Estate i i
will
Next Thursday's entertainment recording secretary; Mrs. Peter Pier-
be an informal reception. Chocolateand son, Mrs. A. C. Bishop, Miss Lindahl. Fresh Every Day Rentals

cakes were served. Eustis-Mrs. W. S. Gray, president;
THE WALDECKER FISH CO.
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Mrs. W. P. :McKee, treasurer; Mrs.
$850f. KIL RARE KLUB Frank Moulton, Miss Winnie, dele- 206 Boone Street

The Kil Kare Klub met yesterday gates.

o. b. Orlando afternoon with Mrs. F. J. Allen, on Oakland-Mrs, L. B. Hull, presi-
Gould street. Eight members were dent; Mrs Chas. Maurice, treasurer.U. INGLENOOK CAKE AND
present. After the roll call each + CANDY PARLOR

member gave a select reading, and D. C. CHICKEN SUPPERThe
one by Mrs. Layton, a guest, gave an Daughters of the Confederacy Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Fh ESTABLISHED 18S.
etc.
amusing illustration of the receptionof FF
will a chicken supper on Thurs-
serve Orders
taken for parties.
the Kaiser and Prince Albert at
The day evening, November 18, at 6:30 Located in rear of Branch's Book
the gate of St. Peter. guests i
o'clock, in the Astor cafe. i
of Store, Arcade
Entrance
present were Mrs Ora Layton MIIIMIIMiilltiMIMMIMIMIMIMUIIMMMMMMIHlllliriMIIIIIIM
Canisteo, N. Y., Mrs. R. E. Flint, for-

merly of Boston, and Mrs. M. R. Rus- '., . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 1111111M11111111111
sell, of Paterson, N. J. The next I s --
meeting of the club will be with Mrs.E. .
'
C. Bence, 406 East Pine street. I. .... [,. }
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The regular meeting* of the U. D. .;4 1Jm.U' :e t.,.-- -- -,/, : Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

C. will be held next Thursday with
Mrs. S., G. Dolive. A large attend- "hd1 ,
L...... ... S
ance is'urged.. a We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
+ -
The Entre Nous Club will be entertained best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

IVPMllips next Wednesday by Mrs. Joe it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
Cheney at her new bungalow on Lake-
measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -
Mew avenue.
work you can save money by having us

An ad. in the Morning SertiiM is a i cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles!!
safe investment
----- so as you can install it yourself.We .

will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

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

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

:MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS: can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
Adelphi National Park and Brenau Colleges.!
Sons Sometime Metropolitan\ and Beethoven Conservatories. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Uirt'C'turfontt'agle:: and Florida Chautauquas.Choral 1
and Orchestral Societies. for five years.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches. al F

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

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

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I r SOKOS1S CLUB COMMITTEESSorosis I CON WAY ITEMS $11,000,000 INCREASE: I
II II I I Club committees for the \ FORAGE GROCERY CO.

I Fla.. Nov. 3.-The I Washington, D. C.-Ordinary re-I
coming season are as follows: Conway supper
$100 Saved Is $100 I the schoolhouse of the federal A visit will make
I Book lte>"iew-Mrs. WarlowIrs.. and entertainment at ceipts government to our sore you a
Bliss Mrs. Patterson, and Mrs. Kob- Saturday evening was a great 1 creased about $11,000,000 during October -;
Made I''ertson. I success. Quite a large crowd was in I I compared with that month last i iI regular customer.

I J Current Topics-Mrs. Dudley, Mrs. attendance and the receipts in money I II' I year, the total being $55,343,113.; : Hams per Ib.- . . . " . . .19c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen .35c;

(Christ Mrs. Starbuck Miss Branham, I' were gratifying. Everything passed Customs receipts increased about Swift's, Sliced Ham per Ib . .22c Florida Round Steak per Ib . . 13c;
Miss Hainer, Mrs. Gedge. off pleasantly; and in an orderly man- : $1,000,000 over October a year ago, Florida Sirloin and Porter Hou-e
Swift's Boiled Ham lb..33c
$$1200 SAVED[ '( Open Tuesday-Mrs. Whitman, Mrs j ner. The teachers hope to have other i but the big increase was in ordinary per Steak

I'Beardall, Mrs. Overstreet Mrs. Forde, I pleasant meetings of a social nature i internal revenue receipts, which to- .18cts
talled $33,818,637, an increase of .
and Mrs. Mallory.HousekeepingMrs.. during the school term. I per Florida Pork Roast per Ib.. :. . .15c
Wright Mrs. A new roof is being put upon the I about $9,800,000. Swifts, Sliced Break. Bacon, Ib. ,23c; Western Pork Steak, per lb..20c

Gore Mrs. Lartigue, Mrs. Thompson, M. E. church and will make a great The excess of ordinary disbursements Minced Ham, sliced per lb..2Oc Western Round Steak, per lb 20c

Mrs. Cheney, and Mrs. Ives. improvement.Mr. : over receipts for the monthwas White Bacon, best cut, per lb..lac Pork Sausage and Franks, per Ib 17c

+ Silas Rutherford has arrivedat I about $2,9 7.000. compared withan Boneless Smoked Bacon per Ib . ISc Western Pork Loins, per Ib. . . 23c
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST his home here and he and his excess of $17,583,087 in October, Armour's Pure I'ork Sausage, Ib..20c Western Spare Ribs, per lb . 17c
s12011s Rev. T. H. McConnell wife and two brother, Robert, expect to work in 1911..

$ MADE children arrived in Orlando last evening Orlando this winter. They are well
over the Coast Line from Wil- trained, have been carefully brought The Presbyterian- Christian Endeavor -

liamsburg Va., and are pleasantly located -. up, and will be a credit in any posi- Society will give a Hallowe'en The Eola Packing Company
social at the church parlors tonight at
at No. 4 East Jackson street. tion they may fill.
Rev. McConnell will supply the Presbyterian Mr. James Crawford and the Partin 7:30 o'clock. All young people are ORLANDO. FLORIDA.

$1200 pulpit during the winter. young men have gone to the canal on cordially invited. SpecialtiesCustom

f a .fishing excursion.

TO BUILD A HOME WITH The Ladies' Aid of Highland Grove CRIMINAL COURT .
Custom Packers Equipment
the residence of TURKEY GETS TilE
chapel will meet at SICKNESS
Crimnal court will be in session Shippers and BuyersGrowers' Cash f.o.b. Selling
Mrs. C. M. Lee on Tuesday afternoonof BRITISH TROOPS
Monday. Several important cases are Agents Personal Attention
$1200TO next week at half past two. Mrs.E. I on the docket.

Lee Smith, president of the We- London.-That stories of excessive Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and ar-

kiwa Baptist Woman's Missionary sickness among the troops on the Gal- -------- range for harvesting and packing their crops.

BUY AN AUTO WITH Union, will address the meeting.The lipoli peninsula had not been overdrawn Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

f was revealed today in the H BERRY PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.

Orlando chapter of the Daughters house of commons by Harold J. Ten- W. B. RULE, :Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHKAN,
$1200TO of the American Revolution will nant, parliamentary under secretaryfor Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
meet Saturday afternoon at Unity war, who informed the house that

LAY ASIDE FOR "THE RAINY Chapel, Mrs. P. F. Laubac:*, hostess. approximately 78,000 officers and men Respectfully Solicited
had been removed from the peninsulaon
A complete line of Ford Acces-
DAY" NOTES FROM WINDERMERE account of sickness between April --- -- -

25 and October 20.ORLANDO sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
Windermere Fla., Nov. 2.-Mrs.
satisfaction in all
to render
W. E. Marsh spent several days in

The following letter was received by Sanford and Kissimmee this week on, CONCRETE[ [ lines of Automobile Repair ACCIDENT HEALTII

business.Dr. LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE
II. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: O. S. Standish, of Wauseon, Work.,. ____ Vulcanizing.. Oils_ and ,

Ohio is having a new home erectedon PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
WORKS fair and
Spring Lake New Jersey Gasoline, and square
Lake Down and he and :Mrs. Standish -
I PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
Sept. 30th 1915 will be down early this winter to 407 LONG STREET prices.

occupy it.Mr. .
II. Carl Dann E. L. Murry and wife, with a Phone 495 I

party of friends, motored out to Ross-
Orlando, Fla. I
more Inn, For Nine YearsWe Georgia Casualty Company
Dear Friend Dann- Mrs. Rohara, Mr. and Mrs. Earl All classes of Concrete work done.
I
Lupfer, Miss Tracy, and :Mr. Allen Walks, Steps Bridges, Fountains,
A few weeks more will find me in have been in business at the I
motored up from Kissimmee last Sun- Fences Fence and Hitching Posts, Arbor -
old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I day and were visitors at RossmoreInn. Posts, White Way Electric same location, Corner of South GEO. A. IIUTCHINSON, General Manager

have several friends who expect to Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellices, Orlando, Florida
come to Orlando this v.-inter. Miss Edith Girard, Miss Ada Bum- Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or Main and Church Streets.

I have mentioned several times to by, Mr. Marion Ives, Mr. W. W. Yoth- Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops, Phone 226 Room .1 t and 6 Walking Block Phone 700
ers and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bumh)'. Gate Posts of any design, Building
Colonial Hills
them purchase at V
my of Orlando, spent Sunday at the campof mocks[ Common and Ornamental
always explaining that I saved! $1200. > Mr. Bumby on Lake Butler. Building Blocks, faced with Granite;

Of course they always nsked how I Coquinnu, or any other natural Rocks.L'lans Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
saved that amount and I simply tell LARGEST: Y. Dl I. C. A. OPENED: : and estimates made for Bungalows -
A Sentinel Ad"
them the truth. or other buildings. All work and Garaee Try "Want

New York.-Several thousand per guaranteed first-class. Building Piers
Expect me soon.Sincerely. __ t11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1
r sons yesterday attended the formal 25c. t
\\I yours, opening of the new Central Branch LINDSAY BROTHERS. Prop 11111111111111111111I '

building of the Young Men's Chris- S. I). Lindsay Manager.
1 A. M. BUCKELEW.
tian Association in Brooklyn The ,

auditorium Lyon, president was of filled the Brooklyn when E. or-P. TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE ij "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j

ganization, opened the program by The two houses I have for sale at
presenting the keys of the building to the price of one are located on lot 78
How Mr. Buckelew A. C. Bedford chairman of the Cen- foot front facing east, with a depthof Unless Budded
185; feet, number 406 Magnolia
tral Branch, who in turn handed them
and Ame-
avenue between Livingston
V Saved $1200 to C. W. Dietrich, executive secre lia. The section of splendid homes
with grand old oaks arching thestreets t from
Bearing
THE FIRST REAL ESTATE tary.The building, the largest Y. M. C. *
The modern 2 story house has on
!MAN SHOWED HIM A BUILDING A. structure in the world is a memo- first floor: parlor, living room dining I t
rial to Clarence C. Smith, deceased, room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory -
LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM son of Mrs. William Van Rensselaer large living porch on the front i trees of a known ;
and side, latticed rear porch.
THE CENTER OF TOWN FORk Smith. It represents an outlay of On the second floor are 3 large I y Y1 rJl e

$If OOOOO. sleeping rooms, each having enam- '
THE NEXT DAY CARL
$1600. eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold and
k DANN SHOWED HIM: THE HONORING TilE DEAD. ITALIANS water. There is also an extra large I Quantity ;
screened-in sleeping porch, with room A
SAME" SIZE LOT, THREE BURY SHAFT IN FLOWERS: enough for the whole fam:t lie, The
hath room I iC! large, light and airy, i .4 aCr -
BLOCKS FARTHER OUT FOR Rome.-An n tribute to those whotiavc nice enameled fixtures, all modern ntulmilitary. II Quality of Pro-

$100. HE FIGURED: : HESAVED : died fighting for their country.virtually anti I ,e .?
The house Is! newly painted puI= I -
$1200:! AS HE FULLY the entire population home participated today In the 4nc- U wired for electric light, fi'turC'It'Inlltallc"l I I' duction."--0.W.
*
INTENDED: TO BUY THE log of llowpra on the monument of the also connected with gun. In I a I' ,, ,
fart will find every eonNenleiuetiwt'Miiry
OTHER LOT NEXT DAY. lute King Victor Kmmnnud: II.iHrn you for home comfort. If you J
( I lU'U-nu. the Dowager Queen cle|) not care to use the entire house, Conner.Trees
.
Margarita, the Knights of Malta, the the location liO near the "Wyoming," .
various embassies and the members Insures rentals of spare room at
extra good prices. Always in demand like these will work for you while sleep. They can't be
the flowers of their you
of the nolijlity put ; or if you care to rent the en-
gardens at the disposal of the public tire house and occupy during the grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

You can save For the purpose while flowers for use tourist season the 3 room cottage on
the premises in the rear, you would
in paying the tribute also were obtainable derive a rental by which the property
$1200 also if from the Red Cross, which could be made to pay itself out.
conducted a sale. There is a garage, barn, and chicken Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

you buy at The immense monument literallywas house etc. Fruits of various NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
kinds, everything right up to now and
buried under the floral tributes.Mr. just a little above the ordinary in nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-
1
many ways.It complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
John Allen Pinder and Miss does not require much ready
money; a small cash payment from trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
May Florence Clare, both Maitland,
responsible parties will secure the five "PEDIGREED" for their suit in
clamoring strong
Colollial'HILLS years, are nursery produc
were united in marriage Tuesday by property.The .
Rev. J. B. Ley pastor of the Methodist price is 6300. A bargain at I tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

church. that figure.E.. -.OUNG.: I trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

REAL ESTATE interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Read the Morning SentTnel! for the Room 10, McNeill: & Davis Block. I
10-24-tfc time and money to bring it into bearing.
lOc week delivered.
news. a Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

SPECIALS I II of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the ot
I i Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

24 pound sack Pillsbury Flour. . .90c 13 packages Corn Flakes for. . .25c40c I Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

24 pound Gold Medal Flour . 90c Temple Garden Tea per pound. . work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

High, Dry, All CityImprovements 24 pound sack Pastry Flour . .90c I Coffee, per pound . . . . . ,1c: I I #ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents In

Log Cabin Maple Syrup half gal. 6.ic: ,8 bars Soap for . . . . . .2.3c; comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
tOil Cabin Maple Sjrup, quarts 4lc { Cream of Wheat per acka2t' . .15r I

I Log; Cabin Maple Strup, pints . 22c Malt HreakTa! Food, package . 15f.( I .
i IB pound granulated Sugar for$1.(10 ItaUton Breakfast! Food, package

10' pounds! Pno*drift !Lard rut .".tll .1 pound tan kraut for . " . . toe

SEE Snyder'a CalMip l &pltil . . . . Lie: 2:! tan Fanrt Phrimps rot . . . .t3e: Ocklawaha Nurseries
:.1 t Ib. tan FantJ I'tacliM, 2 tan s hl': .1:t huUb Clt>anif .:!:

HuUpf, Iwf pouted . ; .. .:.1.iiflHh : .1:t pound tKH I'rtHijr IUtl fttf 2.1i:

/NMtel\ Pulnh". IIH perk : : : .ijllr 8 1'UHd lick . : : . : . . : sit: I 0. W. CnHhpF. I'tttpfMHr, Tangerine, riofitki
14/isliwy, litof liHk : : : : : .!tile ,\fllm.klt ('ellte4. per IIItt"ItIt\' tae
Carl Dann D it fan* IVrt fur : : : : sit: In 1111\11\.1"\ \ 1 tit tlHht Kite ft* ":111I I

it frftt rum For ;i aFl 11 1IIt;"I; "Ull ti;? .flit IIIK ( .\t pillit G. G WRIGHT Agent Orlando FloridaL
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II SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6TH, AT 9 O'CLOCKOur

Doors Will Open to the Most Gigantic Sale of Good Serviceable Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Glassware, Dishes, Stoves and General House Furnishings, Ever, Offered the
People of Orlando and Orange County.

THE OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED OUR PATRONS OF SUPPLYING THEIR | |
,
WANTS AT A TIME OF YEAR WHEN YOU MOST NEED THEM
.

ii This Sale Is For 30 Days Only, Opening 9 O'clock SaturdayA.

., November 6th, and Positively closes Saturday

P. M. December 4th, at 10 P. M

:; Our floors are full to overflowing with the Newest, Brightest Patterns of the Season's
Merchandise and to make room for more arriving daily we must move this surplus
I 'stock at once hence this Great Sale

Our space will not permit us of quoting prices in this advertisement, but we want to

MEET YOU IN OUR STORE FACE TO FACE WITH I THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS
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which an honest comparison will convince you that Prices are lower than ever before
offered the buying public qf this community.
.

: Remember the Date, Saturday A. M.O'clock .

November 6. Come Early


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WEST P2NE:: : STEEET

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i GOT A LETTER FROM PACK TODAY


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HE WROTE A LOT ABOUT THE GOOD LUCK HE'S


UP" WITH MY VERY BESTYJISHES"
WAVING AND HE ENDED ors faREO

: I CAN GUESS WHAT THAI MEANS


JACK'S BEST WISHES ARE JUST THE SAMEAS :

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BEST TOBACCO VIRGINIA PALMS AUTO CO




v I N. Orange Ave. Phone 400




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rrrl"d Hammond & GoreFUNERAL


/I'"N/N rrrllllrl DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

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n Low Prices
'0' Values

\/ \ \ VALUABLE COMPARE

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/yrMIIrr EACH OUR FURNITUREWe

PACKAGE}
/' / been accepted -
that has long
of furniture
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'' the quality
provide If
standard of merit.
the
furniture buyers as
by knowing
be here were it otherwise.We
wouldn't
article is here it is good. It
an it is one of the foundation
clear-
too
can't make this point
that means much to any buyer.
and
"g'1iLvtqt : stones of this business.


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McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCKCorner


\ I Street, Orlando, Florida
Church
:tJna11- ar. Orange Ave. and

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NO DANGER OFTENSION t Castle\
SEE
.. I WOMEN IN TilE NEWS SWEDES Pine ROOFING

Boston.-Among the American doctors -, I ORLANDO

The Voice Of part in NurseriesPine
who played: a prominent Stockholm. The fruitless ending of ANL
dreaded typhus scourge :

The PeoplePianos combating Taylor-Jones in war-racked the, who Serbia recently is Dr.returned Louise the gun last Anglo-Swedish July for the negotiations purpose of set-be- Castle, Fla. SHEET METAL CO.

commercial questions
various
while tling
months
three
For
vs. RoostersTalkin' I to thousands Boston.of men, women and chil- ; which are an outgrowth of the war Tile Tin Asbestos,
the and
Slate
generally by I class orange Metal ,
I with typhus Mrs. is commented on Has first ,
Roosters crowin', ,dren were dying here. fruit trees, ready to plant.
about
her life in the newspaper grape
risked Roofings
what about PIANER playin'? In I Taylor-Jones villages and earned the name I I Papers of all shades of opinion say We offer only first class trees, and Rubber ,

several issues of the Sentinel I have Serbian of the Serbs"Before that the outcome of the negotiations budded from prolific bearing Mrtal Ceilings .
!"the American angel Ventilating,
been reading the items about roosters leaving for home she established will not mean any Anglo-Swedish tension trees of known quality.Ve Cornices Skylights. Heating
to putting I the hope that loyalty : i the genuine Watson
crowing. In addition for babies at Nish, I and express also have
hospital .
would like i a of each oth- No melons ORLANDOYou'll
I understanding seed.
the roost and watermelon -
boards across I with the finacial backing of Mme. Ma- ; Works 14 E. Church St. -
to suggest that the tops of the piano the American wife of a I er's demands, the latter in any case shipped from where we saved :
Grouitch,
least bel result of the conversations weighed from
at
also be closed down until official I being a positive 'our seed. Melons ---
seven o'clock .where there are children I high Serbian .. 1 will enable a continuance of 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree.
When one has to be !mercantile connections between Sweden : .
to practice. I Washington.liss Edith Benham,
night on their duty from Admiral' and Great Britain during the war. : \
late at -
up in''daughter of the late Rear which I Iha'e --
like their little snooze Considerable coal licenses ------ -- -
home they is to be RoseBushes
Benham, United States navy Brit- Plants '\
the morning, and I must say I think i social secretary' at the White : just been granted by Great Pansy ,
the music lesson at :the new Sweden and which are published Telephone
rehearsal of is ain to
the Benham Petunia
is more!House, it is said.; Miss said to have made agood : Get It
morning are ,
five o'clock in the I in that capacity for Mrs. Galt today ,

annoying than thecrowing of the I acting and she is accomplished and popular impression. i Plants I/Pfi't' Quick No 28

poor innocent rooster. of I and is well versed in Washington eti i: I Ii ,
Signed) "One who is in favor will succeed at the San Juan here
( !quette. Miss Benham i Guests registering I Leaie your orders
the rooster crowing :.Miss Isabel A. Hagner, whose resig- :hotel yesterday included W. 1.. Cobb S.I\I forking
nation follows her engagement. R. E. Ferris, J. B. Davidson, W.
need
FROM C. K. POMEROYttrooUyn I + ',Till, Chas. W. Hug!: ns, B. A. Goodale.. Just call when you any-
LETTER
A from"pins to
Tryon, N. C.-Teaching mountain L. Levkoy, V. B. Sipe, all of TampaJ. \ i0ef Dell Florist for"the and office we'll, haveitthere RUSHOrders
; I the Kennedy, Jon printing,
N. Y. children the arts of handicraft is H. Dusenberry, II. L .. We featuring
Editor Sentinel I told you that I \new position of Miss Mary II. Large, II. Steinhardt, Irving Cohn, E. 11. \ m a jiffy. are

would drop you a few lines to let you of Chicago. She is field teacher and Egelhoff, R. II. Pannill, Victor J. :Mol J. M. CARUTHERS Ssj-Pl253; Forms and Bindersitnesaving

know how this part of the world is ,worker, under the auspices of the more of New York; J. B. Cancelmo, I Phone 509. 408 South Lake bi tricks for every busiicss -
the country up Educational Association O. W. Ludlow Chicago; t.
living. I have been in Southern Industrial Philadelphia; \ *
office __
in dear old Connecticut and judging and she is going: from one L. S. Jones, Atlanta; W. F. Ison, At -- -
condition of the people another showing the women N. E. Adamson, Rome Ga.; BASSPHONE '
from the happy I village to ,lanta; CLINT W.l S. BRANCH,
Haile,
bus- methods of Pensacola A. R.
and the way they were doing i and children the better C. W. Parker, ;
iness, I could not see any signs of weaving and basket making. Palatka; H. E. Swabey, Kissimmee; 875 THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE ,

hard times, and by the way people Cary D. Landis DeLand; Harry Jar West Jefferson Street I

and street cars fly around here, and DICKSON-IVES NEAT LITTLE rett Jr., M:Smith, F. W. Cook,W. M Successor to

theatres are all crowded and I am BOOKLET ,Coble, Ed. Outlaw, II. G. Bartlett, W I

losing none of the sights.: I am hav- Dickson-I\es are sending out neat !Malcolm, of Jacksonville. Hand Wood Company .
round good time; but with booklets about "Cousins Shoes i'
ing an all little I
all of the fly and push, dear old Or- 'for Women." The booklet is filled CROWN PRINCE GEORGE GIVENIRON I Wood of All Kinds Progressive Pharmacy
the The last
I receive illustrations.
lando for yours truly. with miniature CROSS
Sentinel every day and take great paragraph reads: \ I PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE \ Great progress is being made in medical science and

pleasure in being posted on what is "Fashion never leaves us. Rain Berlin, Germany.Emperor William PRICEJDressmaking remedies are constantly being discovered.It .
,
the land of roses. and sleet must find the well of the new regarding
Florida
doing in and snow has awarded the Iron Cross that the druggist keep posted
is important
My kindest wishes to you all. !dressed woman still well dressed. In first class to Crown Prince George of lie should be able to meet the physi
Yours truly, the saddle, over the stretches of the the recommendation of the such progress. these new remedies on hand.
on having
POMEROY.USE she must appearno Saxony ParlorMiss cian's needs by
C. K. 'preen: on the courts, commander in chief in "recognition of '
'I less well dressed because she is the services he rendered in the latest PRESCRIPTIONSWe
herself. Stormboots 'I
BATTLE HYMN OF THE heartily enjoying battles. and
REPUBLIC riding boots and shoes for every have everything prescribed by physicians our

port show many patterns that CAMPAIGNPittsburgh I : Margaret R. Hamilton compounding is done with Mull and care.
FINISHES
BRYAN
London.-The Britlrh soldiers now make for smart style as veil as com I for present located at 407 S. Orange . Nothing I extra U l

often uso the American civil war favorite fort." I Pa.-William J. Brynr I h"p h'C:

Julia Ward llowc'n "Haiti marching i UNIFICATION CONCJKESS: MEETS: pent Monday here after finishing\ hli ; A,-e. I Lucerne y
Hymn of the Republic. n* ft congress fat campaign In Ohio When shownParis 1\ -
word, "Mine eye Buenos Ayres.-The that h< \ Orlando Fla
onfj. The commercial lawtof dispatch to the effect I 2 ,
of the coming of the unification of the November, Ir.Dr.n and all former Phone No.
have wn the glory Americas met here Monday would visit Norway in The public \
the Lord," etc., have been>> set to new the representatives from many nations said ho was not sure he would I. invited to calL '
music by I>r, II. Davie, of Temple with present go to Europe at this time. patrons

Church. ,



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Worthington! BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1
ROBINSON & BEARDALL


ATTORXEY-AT-LAW

Phone 617
w No. 4 West Pine Sreet

4 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
ORLAN""DCCement
Phone 161
worth Building.


Agatile Plaster and Lime
DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck
FARMUNDSrDROVES01SESfLOTS. ATIOIL EYS.AT.LA

// AITORNEY-AT-LAW I Phone 72

Phone 161 I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-

Davis & McNeill Block
SENTINELWANTS No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla


I I F. A. PEPPERCORN


BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
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A Bath In A Tea Kettleis R. RAY WHITE 37

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

lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the For One Day ______________23;*.
And yet For Three Uaya ____ _____ 50c Phone 597.

of Gas Water Heater. For Si iDa}"a _____ ... _____75c;
\ economy a I For One Month _. ____$2U,\0 : I
1 This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater 25: words more or than less 25 words If the the tuj contains rate- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

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

the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is counts opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- Florida.
day.
payable the following BldgSURVEYINt..s

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

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

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


FOR RENT-East Colonial Drive, a Plating and SubDividingPROMPT DentistFormerly

house, 6 rooms, garage, barn, half

WATER & LIGHT CO I acre Grove truck Co., Orlando.patch, irrigated.Telephone.Jacobs AND ACCURATEWORK of New York r

ll-4-6t 115 SOUTH ORANGE
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GAS DEPARTMENT TO RENT-New house, just completed HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
containing two and three room
suites, furnished; sunny and attractive Engineer
with large piazzas. Also a suite
of four or five sunny rooms, furnishedor
unfurnished; bath and electrics. 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla.
Inquire 10-30-12t at 200 West Concord avenue. e.

-- Phone 72
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
0 in new house, with furnace heat;

all 11-2-6tc modern. 405 West street. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELlOPTOMETRIST


housekeeping and Counsellor at LawDais ORLANDO FLORIDA
L FOR RENT- Light -
flat, if taken by the
rooms; also
electric lights, CE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LEN3Z4
children
season; no ;
city water and bath. Terms reason- & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

MitttfMMMMMtM*.1111.111111..1111.1111.11111.111111.11.. able. Phone 680. 10 West Concord ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REP ADJIO
avenue. 11-2-12tc
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RENT Furnished! pleasantsuit -- -
FOR PAPER HANGING: :
WANTED
of light housekeeping rooms, For $7.00 I will paper any ordinarysize
on first floor; bath in connection; elec- of room. Over 500 selections to
if WANTED-To list all kinds property choose from. I do painting also at
: tric lights and telephone; garage for sale or rent. I am having reduced prices. Phone 261, or dropme
APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES private family. 312 North for houses, furnished
SOUTH" desired; manp applications a postal and I will do the rest.
main street. 11-2-lmo and unfurnished: I will be G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
glad to list what you have. Mrs. I 1-10-31-lmo
FOR SALEM H. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.
OCOEE FLORIDA Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo Umbrellas recovered and repaired

FOR SALE-Three good lots on "while you wait" a. Young's Repair

Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. WANTED-Youngwhite woman to Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
Will sell separate if desired. A bargain do housework for a small family.
if taken at once, as the owner Call 605 East Central avenue. WE ARE IN POSITION to sell, exchange -
needs the money. Address C., care 11-3-3tc or rent your city and county
Sentinel. 10-30-lm property. Call and see us. Geo. T.
WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel Rock Building, Room 3.
' varieties of Orange and Grape- Hull Co.,
All the leading FOR SALE-One English pointer office. 1013tiMISCELLANEOUS Phone 105 10-5-lmc
bitch, 11 months old well trained;
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest can be taught to retrieve; papers BUILDING MATERIALS AND
furnished; $25. O. R. Gregory, Win- : ESTIMATESWe

.. .. .... .... ter Garden. ll-2-6t are prepared to furnish estimates -
..
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prices I
on lumber and building mate-
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting rial of all kinds. Give our service a
condition. Write Box 567. citrus trees. All trees I set guar- )
trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
Box 222,
9-23-tfc anteed. Write for prices.
Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc 10-19-20t.

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses,
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- BUYERS AND SELLERSI
furnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
have to offer before you buy or estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., The district meeting Knights of
List and lowest 45 East Pins Have handled over I Pythias to be held in Eustis, Tuesday,
for Description rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, over 30 years.
I Send today Catalog, street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. $20,000,000. Call and see me. November. 9th, will be especially in-
F. A. LEWTER. teresting.The
10-S-dw-lmo 10-6-3m
prices to the above address Knights of Eustis are noted
for their hospitality, and have requested -
FOR SALE-A Singer sewing ma- & SOIERVILLE-Carpen-
TRACY a large attendance from Or-
chine. Phone 100. l1-. -tf ters and cabinet makers. Screen lando. Transportation by automobileto

il doors and windows, frames, sleeping Eustis and return will be fur-
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER porches, counters, shelving, show nished free, and there will be ample
. . . . .. . ..iliiM " . " .N Furnished 14 rocm house, on rick cases, refrigerators, alterations and room for all. Members of Welcome
.
i i i n i _street i arranged for light housekeep I additions. We keep a number of Lodge No. 9 are hereby ordered to
I ing. Splendid location; large lot. 'skilled workmen constantly on hand. attend under penalty for failure, and
I FOR RENT I Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave. 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo all visiting Knights in the city are
1- 9-19-3mo cordially invited to join us in a real
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LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I'ythian good time.
J FOR RENT-A good ten room FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Please notify J. D. Barnes, Yowell-
: furnished house with modern un-I mile from city limits; Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc Duckworth company's store, not later
I I iences, and well ventilated; just one fine quarter for citrus or subdivision pur than Friday evening, November 5th,
I thing for a boarding house; located in very of your intention to go.
See Carl Dann. Elder
Spring
acre. Delivered
$100 day
. I poses. per every -
i a prosperous, growing town. Apply Geo. T. Hull & Cars will leave Orange and Central
6-9-tf Water. See or phone
I toV.. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Fla. Rock 'Juilding. Phone 103.: avenue, Tuesday, November 9th, at 3
FOR SALE 9- 0-tk FOR SALE OR EXCIIAXGE-Ten Company 1016tfc., p.11-3-3tc m. J. D. BARNES, Chairman.

I acres of first class celery or truck
i FOR nEXT-Furnished rooms for land near Sanford. Several acres See J
Water.
Drink Elder Spring or
A GOOD INVESTMENTIs
also cleared and ready for a Good
light housekeeping! sleeping crop. Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock I
Will sell phone
rooms: in good location. Call fence around the property. 105.
and or exchange for good building. Phone lO16.tfcI I one that will yield a guaranteed
after G p. m.01 Veach street at a bargain;
A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on 102 X. Hughey street. 10-31-Gt* Orlando city property or small jrrove. income for ten years. We handle income
W. S. Branch. l0 30GtcFOR CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a investments yielding 8 per cent
# I limited number of persons. I'leas- I net regularly. Real Estate; Bonds,
FOR RENT: -Furnished room!, with SALE-Buick roadster; de. ant rooms in new home. All modern Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
S. West St. $2200. all modern conveniences, for housekeeping mountable rims; extra rim and tire; conveniences. Also furnished rooms 1 money should yield 8 per cent
near Eola: I'ark. 307 East! I a bargain. Ford for housekeeping. :Mrs. Gertrude in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan
completely equipped;
Pine street. 10-31-fit: Garage, 32 Last Church street. Seymour, nurse, 14 High street, east do. 10-15-lmc
of Lake Eola.:: 10-8-lmoc
I FOR RENT-Dy the season, month, 10-20-tfc \ LOST
upstairs flat for lighthousekeeping FALL I'LANTING-We
incubator BULBS FOR
AJ.E--One X-Ray I
FOR
= ; also other rooms, and I kinds of
all
used l only one time; good a!* new; are headquarters for I LOST Oretoter
On
electric lights and bath in 23;, between -
garage Call in and
need
HOVEY bulbs art fee ,
A. selling, have not got
C for Robinson
hou'e. Apply 300 East Conci rd ave. only reason them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co.. I Springs and Orlando -
9.10-tfc the time to run it. Cost! $1M.1 First II via east toad between MaitlahilBhd
Phone
ICO.
$15 take it. Alan one International 200( tf Orange avenue Winter I'afrk" one FNk red lop
tiitnr.V. hover. ('nitt 'f"..iill.111 tAke 10-10-lfo! _ I nlx4 automobile lire mount?*! m rim,
'
rot! : Nicely furnished! room, $5 fill. T. 11 t'hillit"IU5! last: Pine A communication\ from the fihilpp Will
in hew motletn hotnei; orte-rmlf street. U--2l.. NO i ten (lip ereatly ilNtPt'iRle,1; { t.y. 1) A. ('t,..-
blink Ahdersutt. street, St.I -
ffohi treat --- Utlahlu,1'Iotidit. tO29tfLOST
In the lh'rette ht our bU.l- hey !
I luke'" hoapltfll Itpflaohnl'le tale! fofMOItKI foit n.\f.ft=Nr.EiirtNrtlrtl OWlntf @
t h" aPa.Pth flirt Matgatet !stteel he"a We ntnl\ It hWfMHry tit muVe lulu
I_ l0-4t lfrt( ". i Nrnt.etirtfrtttlprit Itattiz) IAFV."f iflHeM| We arc moving!' thiswtelt ) -- Hmnll' ,MH' 'H tAt.1: | wrthh m
- pfeit HtP, frail' tt Fad, dad l will ttvfmhiirtlf f>'im NA. lu) lrt! "l (Chyrrh slraa\ j.in!, Mwe t rrtKe! Lucerne' tUllY( Oie
: 1INlHmO\nT N if| our iilftnlin inlfuflimm ate! "td-MeNttir Lumber!' (Co,'* yard* IUt' tml'IF@: hoM, Mnhngraln I., II. II I nn
ft\ftf
f.t I tfl.j First' )1" ,ti.1i.t fhYffhl fr ''pp.Jhttf ). htlluttMl! ., ."..'. lit,. delivered rah will ap .refltele your eahtlftne.I' iitiANPCIfilACI ''rhl\= Urk: Kelum dank anil,
Sentinel Want Ad l ti 221; I. @f f IU\ East Jaeksa9t with order Try a t!tfCet, lO: OU. 1tt-tUUlf, Lah@' t'u, t'la" 1..1h!, 1.H:9:at@ nHt.t..t :



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL I. MM . . M . . . MIMMMMMMMIMMPrepare -


Mr I J. tlftlph 1'eathy left yesterday! f .
iifteHumtt fur NatahtiHM tit, on hUe.-| j
llPP" flint tPt8.(
iUj '

1'.1tIIItlltif! 0, N, Henninif, ef Winter '
lark mingle+IIIYItIlIt'I l +t wiih pleas, I.
are in t Orlsmln )'e.terttay,

Mrs, niiJ4h hand whu has tttitfijieiutinf
several weeks u t her former
home in ShelbyviHe, In4, has returned for '
INCORI'OIATFI)1$93() { r.
to Orlando I


THE Fish and oysters received daily.
II M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc "

STATE BANKOF Mr. J. C. Chase, the senior memt>er
1"( AUTUMN
OF LIFE"By
of the well known firm of Chase &

Company, spent yesterday in Orlando,
ORLANDOTwentytwo u guest at the San Juan hotel.

years' experience in the affairs of Mr. II. C. Duncan, of Tavares, clerk
flanking enables us to measure and meet the of the circuit court of Lake county, I

needs of our customers.The was among the business transactors saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto visiting Orlando jcsterday. .
pursue a progressive )policy, to be liberal in amount each week. We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legiti- l\Iel'll'lrl'l.\ ' W. Barry, of UeLantl, and ,
mate lines of banking Ernest W. Green, of Daytona, were have several plans. Letus

Till: SAI'ETY. : AND CIIAUACTKIl: OF) among the business vloitorg spending]
THIS HANK IS HKI'LECTEI:" : : IN ITS yesterday in Orlando explain them.

DHl'OSITOHS.) :
.-..- Ride llamrlck'i jitney bun, 6c.
18-18-tf
Officer) I --

,. ._ ..,...I'rt'"I ld"lit
MASSKY: :
1.0UIH ( I :: --: / Mm. Dr.) Hobrrt Hurt arrived Inilumlu ...
.....Vlrtt.l.r..III.It'lIt
.,
T. 1'JCTON() WAKI.OW -- ) yesterday Hftfrtutoii from
_ ,,,('uhler i
S. WATI'.IW; IIOWB----------Asst.: - ---- ?- C&<hlt'fREO // Tampa on a visit to her sister, rot rll. The Peoples National Bank"It
8. A. NKWKLL: : I" I.. Ttrry, 605:) South Luke IItn'd.

Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
i Mrs. Mary Houton, who has been .
r visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Duren, 212
Boone street, left yesterday afternoonfor
her home in Jacksonville.Mr. .


,eJ it 1 to II. II. Witherington, me of
Apopka's substantial citizens, was
among the out of town business visitors -
to Orlando yesterday. 0


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c:.
8-18-tf!:

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Harrison are ' II II 11.11 II . . . II 1111 II . .1111. , IIMIIMM . I IIIII 1111111 q

pleasant people stopping for sometime
in Orlando, guests at the San 1""DIIIII'IIIII'IIIIII'J'II"'I"1,1".1',5
AT A BARGAINRun Juan hotel. They are from Jackson-
ville.


less than 1200 miles. $650 Mr. M. G. Field, of Akron, Ohio, i is
among the recent arrivals in Orlandofor
Come quickHaynesHupmobile an indefinite sojourn. While here

he is making his headquarters at than

Salesroom Juan hotel. SPECIALHudson

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc
33 Touring Car
- --- Mrs. S. S. Jones was called to Savannah -

Ga., yesterday afternoon on
account of the death of her sister,, Excellent Condition
Misslattie H.! Hamilton, which occurred -
in that city yesterday morn-
ing. $325.00


Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Daughtry left
'IKr yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic

Coast Line for Welborn, Fla, being
'ailed' there on account of the serious
ver.illness of her father, Mr. R. M. Car- San Juan Garage Company I



:Miss Echols' class for art pupils
now open. Those beginning in china Orlando Daytona
Stop Thief! in now November.will get reduced rates 1-10-31-Gtc for firing .

.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rush, who have
Make your r ord car thief proof. I have been spending the past three weeks

the necessary article. Price $3.50 installed very pleasantly in Orlando left yesterday -
for Jacksonville. While here
on your car. they made their home at the Astor I . . . . . . . . . . . . .+**. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. . . . ..#

House. __ __ ___ n_ _ on __ n_____ __ ---- -- --------

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Now i is the time to take dress mak-
F. G. RUSH
ing and do jour winter sewing. Miss ,
Ikhols; uses best Trench hooks and is
re pon ilile for style and fit of dresses Who Will Be Your Executor?
Phone 226 Studio nm; South Main. Phone CVJ\
1-10-31-Otd

1.ltl' L'I t'UI( I'I i !.;i,; IIM|; ( SMIII,Mlos ANBWEN NO i r_ _
I tott.U MKMIUKtlVMnt t Your eslat' ftiay t-c! materially Repaired M!! ft i i .
J diet) result' of the fcptwihlm-ehi of an At'ttf\ -3 fy. j ; : t
tll't"lhhilut! tiihp oils' (k totlrtjr ef trusts t -
theta mil dp H '11'1' tpMMtt) =, ltrtl.ii'| ) of i:4
tV hen 8B ifi.flVl'lual' I la at'fr'lnt@rti= '
"' !Ihile 111111"1' (t'IIfI'! Itl\-I'II I,) M I'.. t
.. . .. ..... fif.. ......... .,.............---.1 11.\\-11. 1\-l'linlJ Capra=anlatltp'' lit The financial, repon ihili. 1111i, While House PortW flimfliHn'i at i* usually provide! m wills tht thenominated. person
;itmCracken'a, This Mf Hand centime /: to serve as executor{ shall: be esrttsed .-.r _I
Ihrnugh. 1'riday Saturday! anti we from giving I U'uli, a: t .
coffee drinker in the city -4-2.
!
want
every When surety bonds are supplied It is at the es- s
REPAIRINGJlroken of this coffee, free, some
to try a cup '
security -
pense of the estate, and then only partial
time during the demonstration.
Our new kitchen is complete in against loss is provided r { ,
every detail and we are prepared to I Isen'e When a Trust Company is selected- ',
ring, broken heart ; broken watch, broken en- ,
lunch full _
you a quick or a The positive advantage of strong: financial re- ;
t
gagement; broken eyeglass, untold annoyance; indented meal at any time. sponsibility is secured. t
"Catering to those who care." '
bond which has behind it the entire financial F .
A
silver, injured pride. All these fractures and dents pass 11-5-ltc t t
strength of the Institution is always filed with .t -
out of existance when they pass through our repairing the Probate Court at nn rnst to the estate. ,
SOMETHING: :NEW .
department-the injured articles returning good as new. .I Answer No.3 will appear in a subsequent issue -- t?
Building and Construction e'r' .
of this
And the price is so small it seems utterly absurd. Representing one of the largest : newspaper. t
lumber and supply companies in the I '
-tate A. D. Cook & Co., Christ building .
are prepared to make estimates Come in any time and freely ask for further E
on cost of materials and work for information on this vitally important subject 4
small or large houses. Loans arranged You are always welcome, and our offic-s are al,1
when '. They will
neeessa t,+at
glad to advise.
I save :you time, worry and money on ways
T. H. EVANSJEWELER your building operations. Services

very reasonable.Doctors l-ll-5-lte The Orlando Bank & Trust CompanyOrlando



BiH'kiiinstiT( ( &; !nrllndil!!fi(, Florida


P.r onal I *.nictk'n OSTEOPATHS. under Dr. Still, Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
.t Kirk vill Mo.
132 R. Orange An.. above Peopl..
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