Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00554
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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 6, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00554
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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All Parties in Greece to Confer

Upon Cabinet-French RESIGNATIONS _
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Rendering Valuable VILLA MAKES DEMANDS; regon for president is Carranza was, j: Miller and J. D. Pylant and A. L.

eliminated. Wilson, the two last named being
ENTIRE ZAMAIS CABINET Villa, it is declared, stated his belief chauffeurs.The .

DYNAMITE that Zapata also favored a new official :;
London Nov -The AustroGermans RESIGNS AND KING report indicates that
alignment with Villa and would consider these men were assisting the wounded J. RALPH YEARHY AS
are pushing their advance to
the oustnig of Carranza a moral and were' not fighting on cither side.
Serbia with a faster pace and today WOMEN AND CHILDREN DESTITUTEVilla SUCCESSOR;
victory. However, a later dispatch from Nogales

whole Berlin tine reports with the progress capture along of 2,700 the SUB PENETRATE SEA OF MARMORA J Arizona, to the department w ld

Serbian May Attack Mexico ('It- 0,000 Wnmen Destitute that It Is believed there that the men CITY WOULD BUY JAil PROPERlY?

Douglas) / AH*., Nov. 6.= U thou tire still hll"tld that Villa rcporrd
The circle ofleel 1 about the
Citrrim/n Will lluten to
Turk Hunt Movement*' Rendered sand women Mid children left at hem dead 80 that he! could hold them
harassed Serbian
; armies In
drawn closer and a heW move being has Dlitlcult) -Klntf$ (George Inventlwite Border Camas Grande; by Villa troops when atul make tht'llt'ork for )Mm without PUN lU'Milullon Finorlnjr, That

been started to cut otf their retreat Trouble they Invaded Sonora are reported Vlilule .. inquiry "being made "a to their Property for n New City
Reported GreatlyImproved
( with 000 death from starvation hereabout
through, Montenegro if they should) Hall-Order From
tiff. + + + tff + iii up tn a week ago according to The state department has orderedan
attempt" to week refuge! here TheAusrinnn
have begun an attack on the IIKJ UATTI.K: IMPENDING: t I I I courier arriving May across the Investigation Judge Perkins,
London, Saturday, Nov. fl, t A. M.- &border. -
Montenegrin - Jansen
east of TreMnJe And InIlerrgovina I
Mr. Carl
thus threatening them A dispatch to the Times from Athena I. m| Paso, Nov. 5,-Gen: Obr Attaclrslco. Carranza to Investigate clerk two years city"

from the west aa well <*a from the says that Premier Zamaia has reiter Ion panned through this city to + Villa tn City Eagle Pasa, Texas Nov. 6.-Gen, tendered afternoon's hill resignation session of the at yes'terday
north. sled his refusal to remain in office. i night on Ma way to Agua Prletao + Washington, Nov. Information Carranza will, cut short his visit to citycouncil.
King Constantine has finally acceptedthe to the state department indicates that Piedraa Negraa Sunday and In the letter of resignationMr.
4' hurry
'a A severe defeat of the French | lake charge of 500 Carranza Jansen
asked to be
forcer northeast of I'rilep by" the Ilul- resignation of the entire Zumuis soldiers who defended the town Villa proposes to withdraw his army over to Laredo to begin a personal investigation relieved of his
cabinet. into Sonora and from there proceedlo of the border duties at the end of the year or a*
4' Villa's troubles.
garlan. in reported by Berlin which against attacks. Obrrgonepeels +
the attack of Mexico Cit>. This is All commanders of soon after the first day of December
tatea that a part of the French + lo lead his army at onceagainst + I
was routed and the rest were army made AI1It'.' Submarines Raid Turkish :.Ships; + tilla. + believed here to portend a long continuance forces in that neighborhood have I ns his successor could be appointed.

prisoners. Athena reports that there in Marmora . . . . fi + f + f of civil war In Mexico.Dispatches been ordered to report to the chief Following this Mayor Sperry stated
several battle Paris Nov. 5. British and French to the state and war departments executive at Laredo that Mr. J. Ralph Yen r by had been
were which occurred at
submarines have succeeded in Indicate that Villa with After Carranzn hear appointed as city clerk to succeedMr.
llabunn Pass ending in final defeat passingthe Douglas, Ariz., Nov. C.-Villa todaydemanded what they .
for the.Bulgarian Narrow and operating/ in unison from 1,200:: to 1,300 men, will first have to say he will notify them to cooperate Jansen Just when the change
forced loans from all American
In the Sen of Marmora thus rendering make his headquarter at. Hcrmosillo' incomplete harmony with the 'will take place is not known.
ThcTrench, front extends to Mount mining companies or Sonora under For two years Mr. Jansen has faithfully
liabumi and eastward / particularly difficult the move the capital of Sonora anti then go on United States military forces opposite
order to Krivolak In tnent of the Turkish boats and the threats that he would iljnnmllc to Hun)'",,,,, and organize/ an expedition them. performed the arduous duties

defending to help llabunn the Serbians who ore supplying by 1It'1ot the Turkish mines, concentrator and plants." He In force against Mexico City This co-operation must include, of his. office In n manner which has

/ pass. troons on the neninsula.. demanded 12.500 from each. .To..... meet- him. Carriinr.it has, ordered among/ other things, telegraphic nndIrlephoticl Mil.brought, ..11'11..1.. genuine...... .1.satisfaction_ ...__..._ .__..to___11.the.
tendon, Nov ft. Teutonic The demand, followed the I.mm ur> ins forced to iiunymas t communication I with United i,1).n.
troops, paymentby He has .
King George: tiets: NnlUI I'ood, A dispatch to the state departmentfrom States military nutlioiltled to cad' ,marauding been courteous, painstakingand
(i ,pressing/ theCt'IItIIIII': southward" HIP litindort' Nov. ft.- -The, physicians' I the Greene Cananea Copper ,com Consul: Carothers today con accurate, 111 r. Jansen resignedpilmailly

southeast marching/ of on Cucnk Krallevo) along, about the railroad 0 tulles attending King George/ gave out this puny) of Ciumnea of n similar Itt'nied, the report of the killing of four Hiiiiillt' !! bands which are rylng tn In order to devote his entire

which runs (rum northwestern/ HerhlnIn bulletin today! "The king has nothad amount." Americans. In the halite at AHUMI'rlrln Ands pursuer by dossing the boundary lime and, nttetitlon to his, /growing

Nick and. the ..u good a night, lie Is still. In Vlllrt today was rredlled with I IIPslHlrinriil line shall I be apprehended' without bakery business.. .
distance southwest approximately of same some pain Ills. general condition has Hint he Mould support OliO.H.S. > 'I'ho men \sein U II, Thlgpen' mid : lns smut time.WILSON. Mr Yenihy' who hits I been, "named"'
KraguyevnU, improved and he is able n' his successor I U, well known to
now to take
Bulgarian troops' have stormed I the
solid too.h"I. Orl"nll'ltll(\"", He has" all the qualification
town of Kalufat t. thus. reaching n N S. PLAYS tlSBORO BANKERS FORMULATED IN CONFERENCE necessary to fulfill the tasks
point only about .six miles from Nl.h. before him. For some time he was
I I.. A, (!. OU'In:$4'I'IIII"J ,\II(

Athens via I Land n, Nov. 5.-King/ AT I.IHTHM TONIGHTThe ; TIIKATIIK: : H.S.TODAYATTANIPATampa PlANS FOR 1916 WITH DEMOCRATS company associated, 'of with Tampa the and Gulf recently Fertiliser ho

Constantlne has summoned leader of has occupied a position with the Yow.
nil parties to confer on the situation rll'Duckworth
resulting from the overthrow of the I* A. C. Orchestra, composed Fla, llili.borough high SPECIAL; SUBJECT OF CONSIDERATION New York Nov 5. -rrt'lildent11.|- representative.The company aa outside

Zalmia (cabinet and it U expected the of eight winsome and talented young school will be matched tomorrow afternoon WAS THAT : son planned to spend the better part following resolution Wall introduced .

ministerial crUU will end within 24 ladle, la to appear at the Lucerne at Plant Field with a fast of today with Mra. Norman Gait, his by Commissioner Johnson and
hour opera house thia evening. The orchestra light team-the Orlando high school OF ADVERSE LEGISLATION fiancee.
favored unanimously by the council
WAil organized at the Lyceum eleven. The Orlando eleven although IN SEVERAL STATESNO Despite the late hour at which the "Resolved by the City Council of:

Paris Nov. Bulgarian artillery Arts Conservatory, Chicago and was defeated early" this season by the Kis- REFERENCE TO WAR president left the Manhattan Club the City of Orlando, that the County

violently bombarded advanced forte of thoroughly coached by Elias Day, the I simmee high school team, is said to LOANS.New banquet last night, he arose early today Commissioners of the County of Orange
Nish on the Nishava river Wednesday director of the school, and Max ha' "_! great progress under the at the home of Col. E. M. House, be and they are hereby respectfully

says a Suloniki dispatch to the Fischel, the eminent violin teacher. tutelage of Coach McCracken. Its York, Nov. 5.-Plang and poli- and called upon Mrs. Galt at her ho- what requested is known to place the a valuation

Matin filed yesterday. They captured From their first engagement the offensive is ovnortpil. to be alone* the ....;..".'.... #ova .......''". ._.v..h:_ .,caa___- ."'._'cc__-_ 1 urmu-_____ .acs",1 .n".uv., ...... (Y} U'1)K_I__''..... no. uw'un _mlnU1eslater _, upon''V'+ .v..:...'.". .. ..,;......., .."as.."'II..:.._.J_ Nish-Kavola, a small town two hours company has been a pronounced suc lines that Duval high school will prob- lated by the new board of governorsof J they left for a long automobile city of Orlando to be used for

march northeast of Nish. cess. Their program is exceptionallywell ably employ in the big game Thanksgiving the Investment Bankers Associa- drive, after which they were to at- ing.the erection* * thereupon of a city build

selected and contains sufficient day, and the success of the iton of America this afternoon. The tend a luncheon given in their honor The letter
following receivedby
Paris, Nov. 5.-Between the river variety to fulfill all requirements.Mr. Hilisborough backs and ends in breaking session was private. It was an- by Cleveland H. Dodge. the council from was Perkins

Aisne and the Oise, German troops Bonnie Beacham, manager of up the attack will affect the confi- nounced, however, that the special The president has taken advantage relative to drainage matters Judge in south-

yesterday, after having attempted to the Grand Amusement company, in dence of the locals. subject of consideration was the ad- of his visit to New York to talk informally west Orlando
surprise the forces in the French bringing this attraction to our city Coach Orr will send against the Or- verse legislation in several states with various Democratic "Under and:
virtue of
trenches, directed very violent but futile had in view the fact that the Orlando lando players practically every Terrier which had an effect upon certain leaders. William F. McCombs chair- issued by William by :Martin, court an order com-

bombardment against the French public demands and appreciates the available. While Orlando is an classes of investments that membersof man of the Democratic national, com- missioner of the circuit court of the
best there is in the of musical unknown seventh judicial circuit in and'for Orange
positions. way quantity-and traveling men the association were interested in. mittee, had a long talk with him late -.
shows, and in this there is a rare out of Tampa who have seen the teamin No reference made last night. county in a cause therein pending
was to war loans. wherein W. P. Gwynne, Conrad
SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION treat for everyone. action declare it will prove no mean Goesswein A. A. Hatch II. A. Vivian,
Seats are on sale at Estes' Phar- opponent-the Terriers are confidentof and Naif Forage are complainants
macy at $1.00 .:;c., and 50c Opening victory tomorrow.The 1'\ and the city of Orlando a municipal
at eight o'clock, the show will CLASS IN SEMI-ANNUAL TO ORLANDOMr. corporation, is defendant, you are
Masonic school of instruction BANQUETLast hereby_commanded_ that you the said
start at eight-thirty. line-up of the Orlando high of Orlando, i>e and are hereby
which has been in session at Sanford city
and Mrs. J.
school team is as follows: Tom S. Walker and son, enjoined and restrained from con-
for three days came to an end Thursday !'- night the Young Presbyters I Robert andIr..
and Mrs. Geo. structing drain
BIG SALE STARTS TODAY AT Brown Raymond Lewis Harry Cornell C. or operating any or
night Many local Masons attended their young lady friends, and a number Lautenschlager arrived in Orlando drains which would cause surface
OSCAR HAND & SOX'S Allan Zeigler, Fitz Dade, Robert waters to be drained .
the sessions back the territory
motoring of invited guests enjoyed delightful I
a shortly after
noon yesterday in Mr.Walker's .
and forth.SEAMEN'S. Davis, Clarence Mapruder, Claude and I east and west of the A. C. L.
The big thirty days clearance sale Bryan Anderson Orlie Lobean Rich- social and banquet in the Studebaker "six," from Day- railroad tracks adjacent to South

of Oscar Hand & Son starts this ard Tucker, J. T. Branham, Roy Mc Sunday school rooms of the Presbyterian ton, Ohio, after having covered a distance street. Macy street and Gray street,
: church. This class, led by N. P. of 2,500 miles. Both of these in the city of Orlando, into Lake Lucerne -
LAW MODIFIED morning. The windows have been Cracken, and Prof. Stanley. and thence into Lake Cherokee
You ell
tastefully decorated the entire store is one of the livest organiza- estimable families have been comingto I and Lake Davs.nSacramento
tions of Christian young people in the this city for a number of and
from one end to the other is in order -
city and the affair last night was have pretty homes on Lakeview
Washington, Nov. 5.-An execute and everything is marked at a new AT DELANO somewhat ave-
in the
nature of semi-
order was issued 'today suspendingthe figure. The goods are not marked up Attorney John C. Jones represent- annual banquet. nue.Mr.. Walker and family left their POOR CAL ORANGE CROP

onerationow the safety at sea provisions and then down, but there is an actual in c* the state in a preliminary hearing I T.}.,..,.,, ................... .n..,,.."..._, "'1 ...tuunu ","VI,_...,._ ._..,.."_'.. summer_""____ t.numv___ %in_ ....._ _._ _, _, -
of the new seamen's law BO saving on every article in the large before Judge. John :\lcCro)', at ua/iou r on vc-
eight o'clock and for an hour or more tober 21, and were joiend three days Cal., Nov. C.-The California
far as they would atfect foreignbuiltships store. Inspect the extensive stock DeLand yesterday secured a conviction -
were entertained in the Sunday school! later in Columbus by :Mr. and :Mrs.
admitted to registry under the and see the values that the company against one Lasciter who was auditorium, after which all repairedto Lautenschlager. They traveled orange; crop this year will be

,foreign registry act of 1914. The has to offer you. bound over for murder in the first the Young handsomequartt'r from 20 to CO per cent. below normal,
Presbyters through Ohio, stopping at Wheeling,
foreign; registry; act authorized the degree without bail. Lasciter and another on the second floor where W. Va., Washington, Pa., Cumberland according to figures made public today

president! to suspend all the inspection PUBLICITY COMMITTEE NAMED man murdered Charlie Whams- the main feature of the evening, the Md., Winchester, Va., and points of ; by the state horticultural com
features of the navigation laws ley, between New Smyrna and! Daytona
FOR S. F. C. C. banquet was held. interest" in the Carolinas, Macon andVAldo.t. missioner.

a* affecting foreign-builthlps applying October 10. I Following the banquet a number of ., Gn., Live Oak and Ocala lUll crop of lemons olive and
for American registry.An In order to arouse, enthusiasm for I fine speeehes were made. Fla., and then home-Orlando. They

executive order Issued In Sep the meeting of the South Florida THIS: J IS: FOR TILE: WOMEN) -READ. I Speeches' were made by the following report a fine trip which was greatly grapefruit are indicated, the commis

tember,101t, suspended such law for Chamber of Commerce which meets in The Sentinel is calling your attention : Kirby Douglas, president of enjoyed by the entire party. sioner' report say.

two years, and it was supposed that Orlando November 11, Cha. P. Dow to the special "Page for Saturday the class; Robert Lewter Sidney"
it would automatically suspend the president of the local Hoard of Trade BROKE ARM PLAYING FOOTBALL
Buyers" in this issue. Six merchantshave Newell George Dolive. Mr. N. P.Yowell IIAITIST MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe
amendment to the Inspection law haa appointed local newspaper men made this. page: possible. Read acted as toastmaater.

contained In tho teamen' law. Attorney a* a committee on publicity. The their ad*., see their offerings!' \and Woman's Missionary While playing football Henry Rog.
General Gregory however meeting to be held here next wet'kaivea Society of 14 old broke
ers, his
them-they will year arm
held that a new patronize gave you Cuban alligator shopping bags, the Baptist church met yesterday afternoon I yesterday
be to executive order would promise of being very largely money. Every advertiser haa something pocket and bill book Curtis & at the home of Mrs. E. Lee morning at the school house
necessary cover amendments to attended from all sections
the law suspended of interest for the housewifethis O'Neal, book, stationery and music .Smith, on North Main street. Bar. before the opening of claasea. lIb

1\\' etate. morning. Read. store. rels for mission funds were opened. ,injury was dressed by Dr. McEwan.THE .



E DAILY 1 Ruskin's "Stones of Venice." St.t 'Virginia convention. '

Mark's is one of the six most notable Future generations will doubtless I

South Florida SentinelMORNING churches, including Rheims, smashedby have a new model for study and the '

AND WEEKLY German guns, and the shrine ofheavenly I title will be "Walter Watson's Reply

*. 1:. GLENN ............ .........Editor Wisdom in Constantinople, I to Judge Cheney," as recorded in the BARLEY RYEA
W. C. ESSINGTON .. ....Bniineu Manager held by Germany's Turkish ally. minutes of the Orlando Board of ., -

the have been 'Trade for November 1, 191:>. !!
Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando FlorIda For safety pictures
u Second Class Mail Matter. taken from Venetian walls, but in pic- -0- I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tures Venice is not supreme. It is an Get your most winning smile and :

Year ........................ $5.00 not most hearty handshake in readiness -
1 can
Daily. fine
its treasures your will make winter for
Month ......... ......... %.50 open-air city; mixture Winter Barley and Rye: grass a pasture
S .u.
Daily.Daily. I Month ...................... 1.25 be hidden. Brick supports have been for the W. C. T. U. delegateswho cattle horses and sheep. Rye is very hardy and will grow on poorer land than other
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .6E St. Mark'sis will assemble in Orlando next ,
built in the Doges' palace; grain A big supply expected in a few days. Italian Rye Seed makes an excellent -
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... tl.OO barricaded with sand bags; the week. winter crops.lawn.

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Campanile roof is painted white. But -0A "We Burn Our Old Seeds."
ADVANCETO if a bomb falls on them, as it fell on ham sandwich is usually com-

Tiepolo's frescoes in the Scalzi, we posed of bread and butter and ham

ADVERTISERS know what will happen, remarks the with sometimes a flavor of mustard.

Con fr jplay and all ether Ua"t. New York World. A possession of all But most of the dealers in Orlando
to handed IB at the .aia *
.4vttilac.Be* .f tau cut SeBtinet Mt later than I r. m, I humanity, in the Italian city which is add "t" to their product. At least _
UM day Wore patlictUoa. This" rule pplie dearest to thousands of Germans be- "Ham Sandwitches" is a sign frequently _
it U
for contract advertising;
to chance .E3.N:
UvarUbU and will M strictly adhered t.. cause of its nearness and its charm, seen around town.
-- destroyed.The I -0A -
desiring The Sentinel discontinued will be marred or
Subscriber abould notify the office in writing on plea of military necessity is as pitcher that goes to the well too "The Drug: and Seed Man"

the OBUnaed date of at expiration the regular othr subscription+ lie it will rate b*. vain in Venice as in Rheims. Some- often gets broken, but none can blame

until notice to top ia received. times it seems as if the German pow- it. The pitcher that goes to the well PROPRIETOR ,
... .. M
Td* B N -r it.TimesUnion.The .
ers, hopeless of conquering Europe, ran't help
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I 6, 1913; were bent, in a wild rage for rule or pitcher who goes to the well

ruin, upon gashing it with scars cen- will strike out more men, win more I CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

People who have no sense of humorare turies can not erase. games and draw a larger salary and
funny at times. therefore not get "broke" so often I
and so quickly as the pitcher who

It's too much to o expect an all-round IA Poem For The Day goes to the saloon. I FLORIDA

politician to be square. I -o-
:SCANDAL\ : The Tampa Tribune Ul'k"l1ow'.I ,
r vI
A man who is honest merely from you like to he that Jersey' City fellow ,I
ia practically dishonest. (I'uhli"wd,! by Request, ) who has just been appointed receiver I I I - I -

policy o O, Scandal! bane of every I.liss. for $."00,000 worth of chickens?" ,I Auto Livery i ,Pansy Plants Rose A. B. Cook & Co.
HUH it arrived at length to this? Well, there are various kind ofhickens ,
Mr. and1 rll. Curr, of Mississippi, The social! circle's cheerful lire should thinkit
but we Bushes Petunia
(' any way Christ Building Orlando.
\\110 luuiu-d their eon Ford, know how Is not exempt thy vengeful ire? something to crow about. Phone 632: I I
Thou in to mar our joy was
crwpost '
to get free .uh'ertiiing.-Tuml'u Tri An absent friend! to make thy toy However, this has nothing to do with J. E. CAHTEU. Orlando, Fla. PlantsLeave

bune. On whom to hurl thy every spite. the question of throttling the }bold I' I HUII.IUNGIATEIUAI.: .
o And of his goodness to make light. in Service for Day or
the Cars
chanticleers that wake up nen'ousOrlando Two your orders here INCOME: INVESTMENTS:
Mrs. F. Welchance of Sunbury, Pa., thought and all he does people ahead of time. CallsConvinced
had $555 in bills in the parlor stove It takes every thy talents to disclose. I Night I II
and her mother innocently lit a fire In brilliant hues his faults to paint GETTING: BETTER EVERY DAY We develop vacant properties and
there. And to his virtues give a taint. Violet I Dell Florist. handle notes and mortgages yielding
Methinks: thy dreadful, I lying tongue e guaranteed income.
o Within thy mouth was midway hung There was no police court yester j .
At Sunbury, Pa., Mrs. Louis L. Du- And busy at both ends does work, day. In fact, the mayor's court has I J I I -

rand got an absolute separation because For underneath foul adders lurk. been light for one year. "Yes," said the specialist, as J. U. CARUTHERS
hiss their venom flings, . -_ .., TAXES PAID AND INTEREST
until At
her husband bit her thumb every the SICK contractor, i can i I
stood by I' Phone 509. 408 South Lake Bt
At every dart the poison stings. ------- --- COLLECTED FOR CLIENTS
the nail came off. horrid areature \ cure :you""What sick ;
Heinous reptile : will it cost, asked the i
o Ugly thou in every feature. i -- -- ..
Lest you forget. This is a good Best and Promptest man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars." | '

time to swat the fly. The ones that Repulsive monster, dreadful thing "You will have to shade your price | .
From what region didst thou spring? Auto LiveryService the contractor. "I'
that start little, replied
remain the ones a "
now are
from highI
If thou tell me on better bid from the undertaker.
the pest in the spring.o know thou dost thyself belie; got The a specialist stood pat on his price I Progressive PharmacyGreat
o For from Heaven peace descends and his competitor got the job.
And carries healing on her wings, line of
in our
Hoboken man is suing for a refund Whilst out on thy fiendish mission We are specialists conditions prevail.It progress is being made in medical science and
of $5 paid in advance for a fur- not or condition. !5-PASSENGER work and sanitary the safe
Thou sparest age will pay you to stay on new remedies are constantly being discovered.It .
nished room in a house from whichhe Should beauty's eye contain a mote
side. is important that the druggist keep posted regard- .
ousted because the landlady's Oh, how thy hungry soul would gloat.
was On virtue's path a block 'ou'l cast ing such progress. He should be able to meet the physi- ....
husband was jealous o of his good And triumph should she fall at last.O'er BUICK CAR Orlando cian's needs by having these new remedies on hand.

is claimed that the automobile Stygian, waters thou didst come

habit is a menace to public health be- For dark Erebus was treacherous thy hpme. sin,. Steam LaundryFRENCH PRESCRIPTIONS
was thy
Crafty guile
cause it leads people to give up walk- Who from the beginning was a liar. We call anywhere at any time DRY CLEANERS We have everything prescribed by physicians and our

ing. But just think of the splendid Deceit, thy sister Fraud, thy brother. compounding is done with skill and care.
enjoyed by thereat And Envy, thy polluted mother.Oh LAUNDERERS '
in jumping
mass who still do not own ma- Cherish, can woman a guest so lovely inhuman woman? Gordon's Transfer Co, PHONE 88 Nothing extra is charged for this extra care.

chines. o How can one who does profess 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 1- - Lucerne PharmacyPhone

The building boom in Orlando still Christ's pure religion to possess! OF ALL KINDS The want ad's the thing.
I in her heart HAULING I
Feed a monster
of win- No. 2 Orlando Fla.
continues. The near approach Which could act so base a part? -- ,
ter does not put a stop to this building Then follow swiftly the horrid' train,

enthusiasm.! There is hardly awl'l.k Hatred r.cnltI''mor't' and pain

several passes new! that dwelling the construction houses is not of The And red nil the dragon ills which und Mack can fioiul.f attend Hot Shot for Buyers! -

commenced.) The blended :Saviour\ nt whose birth

0 Tho nntrvl! sang. of peace on earth; 120() ll'l'Coitock: ( land) close:" by, per acre ____.____$lr..OO
I.t l followedTill I
)Editor: C. K.: Woods, of the KuntU: This death trod! of in|pcace victory by mo xhull la 8\\'U''I- fO: acres on lake, per acre ___--__________--_--__$20.00 Yancey Meat Market Inc.

}MUetrion, stems to he throwing 'lowed IM close to and overlooking Lucerne _--_______$1150.00 ,
roads of the ,
mud all over the brick ;fULLY PAID UP
well understand his Several Lots north of Lake Eola ,._,__________$250.00Our
state. One can T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mg,.
Il aiitlon, Wing sponsor for sand-oil other I SIDELIGHTS 1 Motto: this year Is "Bargains Only For Our Buyers. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
roads he can see no good in any
By W. S. Branch. Leave the terms to me.
I.ind.-Du'tona Journal. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Do you know that o it you will form Some of we older ones remember a Orlando Real Estate Co. Florida and Western Meats

the habit of saying kindly things selection in the old McGuffey'a Sixth E. B. BRADLEY
about other people and looking for Reader entitled "Pitt's Reply to Sir 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE :501 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

the best that is in them, cultivate a Robert Walpole." It was given as a Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

cordial manner towards every one you model of oratory ranking along with : / Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
come in contact with and greet them Patrick Henry's speech before the PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave and Church St.

with a smile, you will reap a great
reward in making friendships and acquaintances -

which you may keep to An Announcement

the end of life. Mrs. S. Helen Graves wishes to announce OATS AND RYE
o - that she has opened parlors in
1IO\V TilE :\. Y. WOULD the Yowell-Duckworth building Room The arket
:No. 1. Hairdressing, shampooing,
VIEWS SUFFRAGE amend- facial massage! and scalp treatment. Fresh shipment just arrived. Call in and OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
That the woman Phone :No. 679. Your patronageis
ment was beaten is not surprising, solicited.t get yours. Prices rightALL OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

but it is significant that the Suffragists FRESH AND SALT MEATS

New appear York to than have done in Massachusetts much betterin KINDS OF GARDEN, FLOWER AND FIELD SEEDS Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

which used to be regarded as thehome \ We Are Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I.

of__ human freedom. I We our Seeds to be Fresh and pure.
In spite of their defeat, the women j PleasedWhen guarantee We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything

of New York have no reason to be in the Meat Line. .

discouraged.ever before Xo other seen such in this campaignwas state. people say to us: "We Orlando Seed & Produce Co. nil : i.Self&CO.

here because we always get
Out of nothing that registered they created hundreds a body of of come our money's worth." This is 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 LPIIONE I NO. 80 PINE STREETQuality

opinion said to us frequently.It .
thousands of votes at the first sum- a
has been the policy of the
for radical reform. They had . _.
a -
mons Model in the past to try and deserve -
build from, no organization -
no party
such praise; as this. It will
other than they were able to . MM MMiMMMM .'. . . t,
the future. It has
'be its policy in
They Long
form as their work progressed. Smartness and Life
been successful.We I ,
and conserv-
had to combat prejudice indifference and in- know when we give a ladyor The Customers First i
atism, as as interest gentleman a good meal for 25 A SILVER GLIDEA -
ertia. It was to nobody's
to aid them; yet their total cents that they are getting their COMFORTABLE RIDE-
revelation of full value for their money. Studying YOUR needs and striving to meet them is the same IN A CHALMERS
vote in the first test a choose one of'our 15 as studying our own needs. Our business is not to serve ourselvesfirstbut
the astonishing growth of the move- they last. The results through which we profit are the results FOR SALE-Buick Car in fair running condition; new
cent specials it is the same. that bring you to us. That is why we must think of you-
meat.' tires and windshield also one twin cylinder
result to dishearten but If'e serve them somethingfrom I and serve you. top ; IndianMotorcycle
It is not a forth our short order list and' Our facilities and our ability are not things that we can con- for cash.
the women to put the consumer of .
to inspire But can consume them. You are
sume. you
greater efforts in the contest to come. charge them a reasonable price what we produce. If we are to buy what we wish, or do the ,
Woman suffrage in New York has for it they are satisfied and so things we wish, we must be successful. That makes our first obli-

but not defeated.o are we. gation to you--our patron.
been delayed fresh Your importance to us is not assumed. It is genuine.
Our Oysters are every "
o Our success is greater as our service to you is better. AUTO WASHING STATION

The marvel city of the Adriatic : OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModelCafe The Co-Operative Produce Co.

glows like a great jewel. Just one of Freeman V. D. Phillips
its thousand facets, the "Ca' d'Oro," | W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitmiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiimii: Mgr

imitated against the full backgroundof 14 EAST CHURCH STREET.TH PHONE 223.

Forty-fourth street, gives a faint ,
incomparably rich are
hint of how


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(' $3.48THE STORE Beautiful Comforts! all silk top, made .

pure extra\* of tra:Maish:special cotton, full size! ex- .


Visit Our Store And See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Show'ng.


You Will Find What You Want Among These Items !

L AD I E S o II F I li 1 :: Wonderful


New merchandise at r D ?r, -v i One of the greatest
I i i
prices to prove supremacy III Ilh Viu.l Ili G lil''7 II' II I I I I I)1ff III h, ,, / events of the season.

of our values. This ( 'o I hl ? I '' p III, I L'' ' YI'I"' I I Ladies' Suits in black
lot representing the lat- p and navy serges, some

est and smartest styles. ' d fur trimmed, satin lined.

$25.00 p $15.00

otm cno .ns _, 541
o snlrna; y 6
33S 532 q.


..4 Silk Crepe de Chine,40 inches wide, black, white and TABLE LINEN, pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen,
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 17x31, regular lOc. quality -
One lot of beautiful new wool Dress Goods, the sea-
Silk Poplin, 40"inches wide, black, navy, browns., sons best styles I and all the best shades, French serges, per dozen _______________________________83c
blue, Copenhagen and Tan, regular I $1....5 storm serge, wool crepes, gabardines, check suitings, 51
quality -------___________________________$1.19 inch. Cloth Suitings, and dozens of other good styles, llEDSr>HEADS, large double bed size, Marseilles
worth $1.25 and $1.50 per yard, special, designs, $1.25 quality ._____..____.-___.-___ $1.00

llluck Taffeta Silk, special soft Chiffon finish, :30 Curtain Scrim, 30 Inches wide, white, cream and
inches wide, $1.50 quality.zL18 arab, 15 cent quality ....._.................lOcCKKTONK
9 8 -
lllnck Taffeta Silk, 30 Inches wide, beautiful tturl. :HO Inchon; wide, large range of colurn mul
IlitlMh, with it high nheeit, >$l t.u: ; quality _=__==. pattern .._ _=___-_==..=..=.... ====_==-=r::! r


Have You Taken Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur

: Ladies'full Fall line and of
i Stock Wives tell your husbands; husbands tell your Winter Shoes are
in.Ve have
a com-
e ':\ I wives. Most beautiful showing of Trimmed plete line of every
We are showing the newest effects in themost Hats ever shown in Orlando; unsurpassed any
"\ refined garments. where for style, quality and value. New

I Why pay double for copies of our hats else- .
J Correct in every important detail. In fact,
J '/ where? That's
they're fashions latest offerings to men of

as dress distinction. We must add just this, no Beautiful HandBags
Good .. ..... .
bettered tailored garments can be shown at any

\ Sample line, only one of a kind. We bought
, price.
this lot very cheap and we will give you the ad- On Ladies' High Button and lace shoes in patent,
metal and kid, with cloth and dull kid
vantage of our lucky buy while they last, \\. off jun
it 't I LET US SHOW YOU! Abu full line of Indies' high and low heel !
the regular price. pumps: just received.
Come in and see for yourself.

'!, All the Latest Styles Buy Your Millinery and The Prices Are Within

1 In Stock Hand Bags at Home Reach of All



The Yowell-Duckworth Co.


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An enjoyable SOCIAL B. Y. P. U. social was

held Thursday night, some thirty-five

Winter News : guessing present.members contests A of number the organization were of enjoyed games being and and ( .tmcId,t *:.'S l C S'.1 11 Q )

added greatly to the merriment of the (jfj -.
guests. All who attended the affair Q. 0 v 0 Q. {( L_:(_'

Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe report a pleasant e\ening.

BUILDING A HOUSEIs Four days of preparation for Fall and Winter. Here are fine assortments for Ju-
Town And Rollins College venile apparel to outfit Young America for the work and play of every day at ECONOMY .'
a pleasure when you go to A. B. : PRICES.
Cook & Co., in Christ budding, and The time is past when Pa's old pants were cut down for the heir apparent or
I get their estimate of the completecost. Ma's apparel was made over to fit little sister. A progressive age, recognizing the
FREDERICK. LYMANMr. DR. THOMAS! R. BAKER It is the ideal way to build, as importance of appearance, even in little folks, designs and cuts and sews for them as
saved time, and painstakingly as it does for us grown-ups.
Frederick W. Lyman, of Minneapolis After the touringthe you are worry money. timed to
spending summer They handle all kinds of building ma- This is strikingly illustrated in this special event which we come
Minn., surprised and de- West, "doing" the Panama and terials, lumber, roofing, hardware, just when you are planning your children's outfits for the new season. Before you
lighted his friends in Winter Park by San Diego expositions, and visitingthe sash, paints, etc. Everything to build everjhought of it. as long ago as last June we were planning.The gathered here and
of forehandedness are seen in the
his arrival in town Thursday evening. Hawaiian Islands, Dr. T. R. Baker a house. Uptown office, lower floor results our called "CHILDREN'S H.\YS." Store
and timely display
Christ building. 11-G-ltc now offered in a comprehensive
lie spent yesterday with them, and returned to Winter Park Thursday, and stocks are turned over to mothers and youngsters. The things provided for the
with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal in and is settled for the season in his WANTEDTwo youngsters are the best and newest. The prices are prices that parents will gladly
Orlando, and left last night for his room in Chase Hall on the Rollins pay-nowhere are they lower. The more children you have to clothe the more theseCIIILDREX'S
to offer in variety and economy.
DAYS are prepared you
home by the seaboard.Mr. campus. lie is receiving a hearty ;' experienced furniture salesmenand
Lyman was one of the early welcome from faculty, students and one lady with thorough, knowledge I-
of china for our china depart-
and most active and devoted residentsof townspeople.For ment. Apply early this morning! at AND BE SURE TO BRING THE CHILDREN WITH YOU FOR WE
Winter Park. lie had more to do two decades Dr. Baker was the Oscar Hand & Sons, West Pine street HAVE PREPARED A SURPRISE: FOR THEM.; FOR EVERY PURCHASE -
with securing Rollins College for the revered and beloved teacher of the 11-G-ltc OlFIFTY :

place than any other person, when natural sciences in the college, and he Free
Jacksonville, Daytona, Orange City, is now almost the only remaining link TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE A Splendid Balloon

and Mount Dora were bidding againstone binding the early days to the present.
The two houses I have for sale at
another for the institution. As The Carnegie Foundation some years the price of one are located on lot 78 CHILDREN'S DAYS ARE; SATURDAY. MONDAY.} 1TESD.U. AND} WEDNESDAY.30.1'REm } : } .
president of its board of trustees for ago, at the suggestion of President I foot front facing east, with a depthof
many years'; and a constant and gen- lilacktr.an. recognized Dr. Baker's sci- 18.1 feet number 40<5 ;Magnolia _
erous contributor to its funds, he had rntilic attainments and faithful and avenue, between Livingston and Ame- : .FROCKS. ) CHILDREN'S) :, FALL SWEATERS;
I lia. The section of splendid homes, Are a npte*"it>. On cowl days| whi
great influence in determining the eminently successful services as a with grand old oaks arching the PRAI'IICAL FROCKS) n henry coat would be far from mmfortable
character of the college, and placing it teacher by assigning him a retiring streets. v+ the sweater come' into Us
on solid foundations. lie built and grnnt, which will: continue during his The modern 2 story house has on In11Th\ : AND COLORS. Mater-t own.rlhe!'e sweaters ore not ooh
first floor: parlor living room dining! fenicenble, but the me rematkal'Ugood '
occupied during life Percale, Linene,
for many years time. i 1111" of Gingham,
room, kitchen, pantry, toilet nnd lavatory d looking l too. )Nothing finer ftfr
winter the spacluus and beautifuldwelling Since; his withdrawal from the work large living! porch on the front Pique t nnd other wash fabric in t till 1 I the kiddie I In nil colors
which he afterward gave to of teaching Dr. linker has triuetledettenxhely and !side' latticed l tear potth 12 A big \& from I 7if:; lit .1.IMI; ,
from 4 to : -
t the college, and which Dr.) and Mrs sharing. the observation On the second floor me :t large Hires lenrs. We "Fhecirtlli-- Ira I me (be fnmou
the !steeping' roans, null having I'lull It tlpl)'. Hegulflf |4 ft ultt to rents IHWlN) Ii NIT I and MAt'I MNA\\" mode
Hlaikman lut\e occupied dining iind which,, his keen I
eierIpiicP9| t>) entid etui Invntorieq |piped i||> <| fur but tend I'oldwater. front fliie combed\ Jitllis uf put1
|ml,,, hiteen( ) Yeats HI the 1'Ipsi+letlt's trained I mind )'If'IIIf',1Hh, his 'I bete, I" alas mi pMrrt bilge t.. f'jIM: ), l.litinrt Hint Vlctliiit' \\1'1.14,
JltIIl"I "' He w-M4 the donor tit (the 1.-) ft len,ta Hint the Flniidit public, eft-pelted, !''Ill'pl.I| | ltiy! inmh. with I'HHttettnugh ( hlMfrit'i Urt).. OSi I'; II :Ml' I'lllt( I: $"" ,etlet I'ritf Mi.110:\ \
fur tlit "Ittitllllt, ', 'I beI
limit i!:)'initn<>iuiit, nh'i l wm Itllll of I tlnouttli iiuiiieiiiut\ It It il'l"II!i lit the anti)
bath I Hint!) M large: light, ,
(the founders' Hint llttef' PiH<|iiillt>l of tewspatsera| | '' ttltil by Ipi'ltllP ill QUllppe! nice Piiriinplpd, nUMIP"' ! nil IIHMPMI| 1t11'1 (UKIII i6'lIfllll1111I'411:11( ) : \- ASIIUMII'MII.UUIIMJ '

tlllt (t'11uUiegatIuItal 1 I church, ttllll lawn, ae0ittiry, / ,' : :
'I ht! h"II..tt t4 newly imlntp.1 wttd \>nneied -
In secant JPHIS Mr. l.yntrtii -- --: 10'
--- - l'olk
Fur "hlunlvnung' "
tlunuuhout, shades hunt it -
+ { are ,
his winter home in IWilmm, nilllHIIAN I IIMli\\0lt; toIU()f 1\1, U wlied for eleetnp lights! fixtures : Whether it 1 i. dale,. fur eveiy day Near -- -=- --_-_f for
Cttllfl'IMM, but he kept hN I'lrtfP! Until The members\ of the Christian> Endeavor milled, also fOl n flt,1) with gas, In silk fur iMitles "$l ran supply bervii'erfble U instockings /1 I
the HolliiM IMMII! pf trustees fact, will find convenient of a particularly! '\' =--,
''ijbtt14r en you every ... tiC ,
1 society enjojed l a : pleasant the reinforced -
fur are ) VD
very necessary for home comfort If you (lt-rm. Q..I uu. kind', Our boaiery )IJltllf (
member of its executivecommittee -
H a tfnuble service of ordinary -
business meeting and social last to give the
do not care to use the entire house, ,t..4 i r ,
and a faithful contributor night at the home of Capt Harris the location, so near the "Wyoming," lutpnt#-kU hosiery, yet: prices are the tame n <, ,
to its fauppoit.Mr. insures rentals of spare rooms at as the inferior kind, In knit underweartoo -, ). JI' II III.
DJ/A" '
The party of young folks met at the (L assortment of Co /I',
himself as extra good prices. Always in de- . ;o-'ti' we have a complete \\
expressed H1i'
Lyman church at 7 o'clock and walked out to at economical e.'l0rJL
mand; or if you care to rent the en- ( the more reliable grades very \\/J: l.; )
greatly surprised and pleased with the Harris home. At the close of the tire house and occupy during the ituetQuu. Aib1t: prices. \.. .[' ':.P i'/"
the improvements which have been business meeting the social hour was tourist season the 3 room cottage on tti7dkPd atuf:Ju6tiota L IN HOSIER -r.2JQJ/

made in the town and on the campus,, enjoyed, light refreshments and the premises in the rear, you would ort4 LJ.or xW We feature exclusively-THE PHOENIX '() #-
derive a rental by which the property EVEUWEAR, ''", Qtlnd ::: '
since his last visit to Winter amusements of different kinds rUizt .uo.t-kWt.: THE -
con- could be made to pay itself out. PERFECTION ROUND TICKET. -
tributing to the pleasure of the oc There is a garage, barn, and chicken fI111''Il.Mr.' IN UNDERWEAR
RECORD RAINFALL DURING casion. house, etc. Fruits of various (lfrPt. 19 f/ II. & ".. RUBENS NEPIIOENIX,
OCTOBER I kinds, everything right up to now and fMr 0" DR. PARKER'S MERODE.
just a little above the ordinary in C
Winter Park had, during the month | MRS. SWITZER ENTERTAINS
I I many ways.
of October just past, 21.5 inches of Mrs. C. R. Switzer gave a very It does not require much ready Best Myles and Best Leathers in FOR THE WEE TOTS

rain ,the largest amount falling on pleasant little dinner party Thursday money; a small cash payment from JUNIOR:' FALL FOOTWEARAll Every need of the youngest member
Nill the lasts follow the contour of the
October 13, when the precipitation evening to a congenial group of Win property.The responsible. parties secure foot, with the result that there will of the family have been carefully

reached 12.19 inches in 24 hours. This I ter Park people, at her attractive price is $6,300. A bargain at be no cramped toes or chafed heels, looked after. For these Children's

rainfall was the largest ever experienced < home, Bonnie Burn, on Lake Sue I that figure. and consequently no aches. Styles, t . Days we have collected the best lot rr .
since the keeping of recordswas those Dr. and E. C. .OITNG.:' while sensible are attractive, and prices 1, ; ', of Infant's Wear we have ever
Among were
present REAL ESTATE are the lowest you have ever paid
begun in 1881. The monthly Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Professor and Room 10. McXcill & Davis Block. for this sort of leather. brought tOJl'ther.onn mothers who
rainfall was also the largest ever recorded Mrs. Hiram Powers, Douglass Street, 1024tfcMISS All kinds and sizes for both boys have a good; idea of what they want
the average October rainfall and Miss and girls. will find here many things that never
Mrs. Harry Ferguson,
Prices range from S1>: n to $.1J"0
for the past eight years being 6.8 Mrs,. occured to them, but which can be
Smith, who is the house guest of )III.UEUFOlt:' THE JUNIORSl'oke :
inches. The October average for 31 Switzer. MAY HARDAVVAY' and Cloche shapes for the wee used to good advantage.Its .

years is 5.28 inches. The average for ; tots. For misses there are sailors' an assortment! that every mother
I'UISMC STENOGRAPHER student' Tam o'Shanter, should consult
the last eight was brought up torques caps
years SEWERAGE YO,112: FOR, 29AGAINST Chinese coolie hUh, etc., nod all at Special! priers rule for these days
by the very heavy rainfall in October, WINTER PARK, FLA. specially! interesting prices. tml)'.

Hi 10, which wan 11.82 inches. 1'orty-ono votes were cat }-'r-
The total rainfall nt Winter I'ark' day in the sewerage election, 12 elect

for the year, up to November 1, wn era voting In favor of the* proposition! Schultz HuildinK. Phone .lOGAll
tit,7( "; I inch' ?'*. The normal rainfall for and 21) rejecting/ It. There wn little,

the Mime time ill I 45.73 itches' makinga excitement concerning the outcome of| Among the Fall Iti' ,

surplus for the year up to No\ember the election and it U thought that Work Neatly and Accurately Done

1, of 20.07 Inches. the surface drainage proposition will I Coats

Rain fell on twenty-one days during be dropped, for the time wt least.
October, but only on four days Room No. 3, Schultz Rid?.

did the precipitation exceed one inch. COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT ,1 t for children are new belted and flare rffrctn.

The town council will hold a meeting Dr.C.W.FainDENTIST The styles are closely allied with those

FRESIIMAN-S01'I10MORE ACTIV. tonight to complete the unfinished: for grown-ups. Military collars raglan

ITIES business left over from the adjourned I and kimona sleeves are all featured here;
For some time past the freshman meeting last Monday. Office Hours 8 to 12 2 to 5. /
: of
lines and in fine
class has been holding daily sessions. II I all on correct ,

Although no announcements have S ntip 'l Want Ads Pay. WINTER PARK, FLA. I serge, whipcord, cheviots plaids, corduroys,
been made it is understood that the etc., in all sizes. i
outa Children's Day prices range, form $3.75; to
members of the class are working \
plan for the improvement of campus FALL STYLESIN $12.00. t\

life. The sophomore class is also

doing good work this year and is The New "Komfy Kloth"

heartily co-operating with the freshmen -
The fabrics for smart Sport Coats,
in their projects for the improve- 100 per cent pure wool, colors guaranteed ..
ment of college life. The combined Walk-Over ShoesFall absolutely fast. We have just received our ";

efforts of the two clashes are adding first shipment and we are delighted with the
considerably to the interest and enjoyment c7 J.e1''l1u'l.6fh"- l8le&x., goods and so will you when you !see' them. ftty (t'A: '', I.L _
We the sole local
lit//ul it are agents.; IY'
of the campus. and Winter Fabrics In .__,_{;a.f' ft/ "1-.e'It-- '1-1 Regular price $1.90.Children's. (!J5 felle.R.5 Art.

SECURE DODGE AGENCY ,I.. f at t.dPGrftt : Days 2 J li1 on this Criitdaeahr j

Kummer, Holdorf & Henkel announce Royal and International TailoringAt yLrtstIicas1, Price $1,75 DAtiZ stUNt 'tbg -

that they hate just secured the New Store, Winter Park Fla, 1-G ;4e C ,'marl-s C.ln t

the agency for the popular new Dodge
far, for their Standard flat-Hire, which ------ '

ts t to open about\ the middle of t De W. H. SCHULTZ And: N ;) w's There Something( Interesting For Mother Herself

census\ th the meantime\ H delimit
UiT11SU l'ISII.P4: lltU| ) ,tes'es fit the famous 'IA
nod the
MraUotl fAt Will Anus* attire Winter Park FloridaI (IHt'tWW': 1iNi11ItEAlfl; : Ns
lit Hi mil \begin \I.itt-Kliiy'' tthlern, the13U1 I\ualn\ )'cu ittrarlably 1 pay : = ltllm"ht Ifiutp4\! | dainty brtfnl' tall/
a =
idM fur, \41'
; A rfifeI'hlMlPIt foil
7 orei fIl fchUi.ri'J\ rif: t I'untbtnattnne\ \ ,
Ii iMi" Of IrtfMP I Aaanft
H =
\\lS'IIU111 I : \ Mm I'.lr: Drawers" rtir"et Cavern, He,, etc
input of halo- fulttr;, Mritfa;,
.4tM1+...H...'a4$4,1NN .NHNINI. ) hildrpnij Half
-- checks, .pUHa I stark colitis and also On hair" At l'rleQ
T, K, Y Unpins and) WwrtltingtonHlsfVman in \\hl+e amt cream, f a CHEVIOT; ) HimtriMjfr;
of Orlando' motored out to On) these four Clays I t
Winter Park Auto Co. I |10 yards for ft3c j Are away up in price, and still
the college Menl4y afternoon to
) I : soaring, like the balloons will be on
watch football practice. NEW FRENCH GINGHAMS Chililrens Days, but we are going
Just imported, In all the new s t j 't to put on sale these four days
Mrs C, P Wade and daughter, style plaid effects. Absolutely un- a o 10 yard for 95 cents,
fading in shade. New combination .- Your choice of a 75 piece assort-
Miss Marjorie, are expected to reach d
BUICK and FORD CARS colorings, 32 inches wide. ment including checks stripes,
Winter Park about the middle of the
Special price, 25c, a yard plaids! and plain colors.
(A fine opportunity to do your early Christmas Shopping.)

Marion B. Matlack a Rollins stu | Repairing, Painting and Auto |
dent, is spending the week-end with

his parents at Sorrento. SuppliesOPEN Dickson-Ives

The Misses Faith Collins and Nellie

Clark reached Winter Park yesterdayfrom

Connecticut.Mrs. DAY AND NIGHTlllliiliMlilllillMtltllllMllllilliliMllllililiM HOrla do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando Fla.

L. B. C. List, manager of the

Inn has returned from the North.


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(@rluu u Snrtrtj Favorite IF o

"Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING

Broncho. "The Ruse." A drama
SOCIETY CALENDAR EVANGELIST WALT HOLCOMB in two parts, featuring: Wm. S. Hart.
I Reliance. "At the Pasture Gate." D
Majestic. "The Greaser.
Saturday, November 6.
WITH "SAFETY FIRST" Four good reels of
; : D.Unity A. R.Chapel., with Mrs. P. F. Laubach, LECTURE Five cents to all. Mutual movies. Is a specialty free on with your us. We will examine and make an estimate

MEETING OF WOMAN'S RELIEF Evangelist Walt Holcomb closed his FOR SALE-Hoosier, and articles for Watch
CORPS with lecture last light housekeeping. 418 S. Lake
great meetings a
The Woman's Relief Corps held a night on "Safety First." Mr. Hol- street. ll-6-3t
D Ring El
large and interesting meeting Thurs- comb began his address by saying: OSTEOPATHIC- PHYSICIAN- orJewelry

day afternoon at the home of the "I want to speak tonight on a subjectof SURGEON AND

president, Mrs. L. F. Brigham, 304 vital importance to the citizens of

East Central avenue. The business Orlando. The theme is Safety First. Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine 0
before the ladies was the planning of "In this slogan there is physical, surgeon, announces that he has
returned from Harvard your ring see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
the winter's work. Some socials will mental and moral safety. It will real- University
where he took post graduate work in needs and attention at
our place.
be given for the veterans and their
ly help you to practice safety first by eye, ear nose and throat diseases.
visiting brothers. Each member will : becoming an earnest, humble and obe- Also physical diagnosis (nerves EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
be requested to supply a clipping on dient follower of Jesus Christ, who heart, lungs kidneys and other vis-
cera), and electrotherapy and conta-
National Guard news, songs and reci- I said, 'But seek ye first the kingdom of !' gious diseases. Office, Cheney build-

tations. The program rendered was: God and his righteousness, and all' ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Mrs. E. G. White, Taft, recitation; these things shall be added to you.'" phone: Office 617; residence 1018. ,

Mrs. Geo. B. Greenwood read an interesting I I The great crowd present listened 11
paper on the meeting of the with intense interest to the speaker's = aL.0 a
National Guard at Washington; :\lrs.1 I earnest and tender appeal to those

E. F. Sperry gave an interesting pa- who were unsaved to get within the

15 per.The moral safety zone by surrenderingtheir SKATING RINK IF YOU ARE A BIT HANDY

Dodge next meeting of the corps will lives to Christ. Many responded. WITH A BRUSH
be with the president on the first .
a- you can, for a very small cost brighten -
Thursday in December. It is too early to indicate as yet up your home renovate old furni-

Cars'To the visible results of the meeting, ture, etc. Our paints, enamels, varnishes -
OPENING COUNTRY: CLUB but than hundred have pub
more one
stains, etc., come to you ready
The formal opening of the CountryClub licly professed saving faith and there November 1st to 6th for use. with full directions on every

will take place Friday, November have been nearly one hundred applications can. We supply you with brushes

ArriveThis } 12. Put this date down in your for church membership.. THE "FRANKS" also. Let us fill your wants in the
notebook or on your calendar and planto Holcomb leaves today for an engagement aatE j'f paint line.Orlando .
be The bridge leading to 1( - ----
present. I in Savannah on Sunday. Mr. f NlEL - --- -----
the Country Club which was washed and Mrs. Jeter wilt remain till next ; 4INi Paint & Wall Paper O
Week away by recent rains will be tempo- week and Mr. Jeter will preach Sun- LADY SKATER IN THE

rarily repaired so that no inconven- day e\enmg. At the morning service WORLDDOX'T 205 S. Orange Avenue

ience should result from this source. the pastor will receive a large class COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

Music for the dance will be furnishedby into the church.W. MISS HER RUSSIAN
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McIntosh's orchestra. There will -

be dancing, monologues, short talks C. T. U. NOTES DANCE
and other features. Remember the

date and plan to attend. The last meeting of the W. C. T. U. MATINEE FRIDAY AND

+ yesterday afternoon was filled to SATURDAY, 3.30 CAREY HAND
12 Touring Cars SENATOR BUXTON AND PARTYIN overflowing with business, new and

JACKSONVILLE old, for next Monday mornnig will
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wells and see new activities in this city. Business FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

:. 2 Roadsters daughter, and Miss Naomi Walters, :: houses will turn their windows

of St. Paul, Minn., who have been enjoying over to their decorators who will EMBALMERAll

1 Winter Car a brief stay in Jacksonville, ,demonstrate several of the 48 depart-I
are now in St. Augustine for a sev- ;ments of the W. C. T. U. work. The GRANDTODAY

eral days stay before going to Or- church decorators will be busy and calls answered Promptly Dayor
lando. They made the trip from Min- the finishing touches will be bestowed
nesota in Mr. Wells' car, and will '
upon the numerous plans for enter- Night. Hand Block. |
probably tour Florida before return- tainment at the many homes whose

ing home.-Times-Union. hospitality is so appreciated by the
Orlando Florida.
+ committee as well as by the entire ,
AN IMPORTANT MEETINGAll Union. A Vitagraph Drama I I

| Unloaded Monday members of the Men's Equal An invitation was received and accepted PHONE 639. RESIUENUPHONE 457,

Suffrage League are requested to from Dr. IngersolFs family at "FOUR GRAINS OF RICE"
4 Touring Cars meet at Dr. HoweU's office in the Formosa for the automobile party to -U1

Cheney block this morning at 11 call at their home on their route and In Two Parts
1 RoadsterAll o'clock for a five minutes session.' Important partake of light/ refreshments. Thursday MMMMMMMMMMMIMIIMIMMIMMMMMMMM *
action lit to come before the
afternoon decided for
was upon An
Ejwinny Comedy"LOST
meeting the auto ride.WeJr.emlay.
Dr. J. C. Howell, acting president the convention HId the

+ l local Union will Lou guests at dinnerat IN TIIK JUNtiLK: ** : : .FRANK A. eVItTISVILLIAII R. O'NEAL

MKS. WIimil'.H'.S" : PARTY the I'renbyterlnn jwilorn. of the
Mrs Charles Whlttler, 130 vast: nearby Unions. A Kulcm Drama

Amelia avenue, yesterday afternoon The Hoy Scout; are to be asked

wide tread most delightfully entertained her to assist At the convention "NKAK; KTKRNITY"; ;
neighbors on the avenue At ten, to Introduce

the sisters of Mrs. Norris and! PUT WANT AD. IN SENTINEL:
cars. Mrs. Ferris. Mrs. Gillett, Mrs. Minor,

Mrs. Skinner, and! Mrs. Lake pouredtea. Every train brings scores of visitors 5 cents 10 cents
Dainty refreshments were to Orlando who would like to have CURTIS & O'NEAL

t served. pleasant quarters for the winter. Per :

. + haps you have the very place for

FIRST OF SERIES OF PARTIES them. Tell them through the Sentinel Phone 5 for : Insurance Loans Real Estate
Invitations are out for the first ol -the first thing stirring-we never FISH AND OYSTERS

a series of parties to be given by Mrs. sleep. Fresh Every Day
Seth Woodruff. The date of the first I Rentals

party is Wednesday, the tenth of No TO PLAYER-PIANO OWNERS: THE WALDECKER FISH CO.
vember. + Probably the player-piano is here to 206 Boone Street
stay until all piano music shall go
f. o. b. Orlando SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST into the discard. When in good or-
Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and daughter, der the player-piano can approximatethe INGLENOOK
Miss Lucile, residents of Orlando for playing of the finest pianists, in CAKE AND
technic and repertory eclipsing them. CANDY PARLOR
four years, have returned to their With the autograph roll it can dupli-
home at Miami from a five months cate in every particular the interpre- ESTABLISHED 18SIMMMMMMMIiiMitMMMH
trip through the West, visiting the tation given by the pianist who makes Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
the record. Think of roll automat- etc.
and points of interest. In a
expositions ically put through :your piano giving Orders taken for parties.
Berkeley Mrs. Atkisson visited her you an artist's solo exactly as he Located in rear of Branch's Book
brother and in Oakland she was the played it! You can get such result
guest of her mother and a sister. when your plajer-piano is in order. Store, Arcade Entrance . II lillllliillll 1111 II
+ Right here is where I come in.

Keeping in proper condition pianos . . . .
The annual business meeting of the and plajer-pianos is my business. J..II.llllllr..I.lllllllr .1.1111111111111111.
Rosalind Club will be held Monday Neglect! your instrument and it will
afternoon at 3 o'clock. There will be show it inevitably. Why pay out sev- *
eral hundred dollars just for a varnished +} .! rra
I an election of officers, etc. surface A piano out of tune

can not make a noise:: like music, and t Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
IN THE CIRO'IT COURT OF THE SEVENTH you do not get results for your
:t.f: money.A -
COUNTY player-piano, with double the
MUST be looked afteror
e complications T
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tall Lem it will soon become a dead thing. ( We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the I
City of Orlando 11-6-ltc WADE the Tuner.
vs : best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying
of northeast corner of
Be r1".5 feet west
LWPhillips southwest northeast quarter quarter of of southwest southeast'. quarter quarter of of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .' it"will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
section :26. township :11: south. range 29 east,
run south 170 feet west 55 feet north If..t. ,* measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -
east 55 feet to betrinning FOR RENT-Rooms for light house-
To All Whom It May Concern: keeping; also furnished bed rooms; work you can save money by having us
Upon application of the City Solicitor, it two blocks from postoffice. Apply 209 1
is hereby Rule ordered Day that next on being or before December the December 6. Palmetto street. 1166t'FOR cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

A D 1915. in said court you appear to and
answer the bill filed and set forth the natureof SALE-An elegant parlor organ so as you can install it yourself.We .
interests in. rights to. or
liens; your upon respective real estate situate in the City of only $25. cost $150. Come and will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -
Orlando and described in the bill as beinnnm get it. 822: North Orange avenue
177.5 feet west' of northeast corner of northeast Orlando. ll-6-6tc t: and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
quarter of southeast quarter of southwest -
& quarter of southwest quarter of section have preferred plumber fit them up if
26 .run south 170 feet west 55 feet north LOST Frida}, between Orlando and may your
170 It feet is further east 55 ordered feet to betimnmit.that thia order be Sanford ladies' long dust coat. Reward you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
if returned to office of
published the South Florida Sentinel a Warning
newspaper published in said city one a : hotel Orlando, Fla. 11-6-lt t1 can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
week for four successive weeks' prior to said fi
rule day.Witness. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Sons my hand and seal of said court, this I FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice home
5th day of November. A D 1915 furnished ten rooms, bath, sleeping for five years.
Seal.) B. M.
porch well located only two blocks
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County ; ; t
Louis C. Massey. City Solicitor. from business center; desirable neigh-
11.6iwks$3,300.t borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. .

; BARGAINTen 11-6-tfc F. Joseph Raehn Co.

acre :young grapefruit grove, FOR RENT-Fhe furnished 3-room
two and a half in bearing, new four flats close in, all improvements lam .
room cottage and bath garage, chicken pas and wood stoves well furnished.
yards and houses; one mile from Special rates by season or year. See THE PIPE MAN I
city limits, just off brick road. Owner, owner at 301 East Livingston avenue.
P. O. Box 676. 11-6-lmoc 11.G-It. *+ .11.111111..1111,1",1,1,1,1,1,1.1.1.,1,1..1.1,1..1 , .




$100 Saved Is $100 Miss Josephine Drane returned this I
of business visit to our store will i make a
prop morning to Orlando, where she re- j you
Made erties in London have decreased during sumes her duties as instructor of domestic j WORKS !: regular customer.
the last year. Even in cases science in the Cathedral school.
where property is being rented under She will return to Lakeland to spend II 407 LONG STREET Hams Hams per lb. , . . . .19c Western Pork Loins per Ib. . 23c
long term leases, the landlords have the Thanksgiving holidays.-Lake-
frequently recognized the position in land Telegram.Mrs. Phone -19:; :i Sliced Breakfast! Bacon in boxes .32c: Spare Ribs and Pigtails, per Ib 17c

$$1200 SAVED[ which the war may have placed their I Ii I i Boiled Ham, per Ib .. . .. . . 35c; Minced Hams, per Ib .... , . .:20c!
tenants, by giving appreciable rebateson i Chas. Bouton was pleasantly' Florida Hound Steak per lb. . .15c: Frankforts per lb. .. ..... .

the contract figures. In the stock surprised at her home on West Church I All classes of Concrete work done. Fla. Sirloin and Porter House 2 Smoked Baron per Ib. .... ... 'l17e' ISc
district 40 cent has I Walks Steps, Bridges, Fountains
exchange per street Wednesday evening by a number lbs for ......... ... ....... .35c; Codfish in Bricks, 2 for .. .. .. 23c:
i been knocked off the pre-war rental in of friends who called to cele- Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Ar-
IS many cases, rather than lose a desir- I brate her birthday. Music help dancingand bor Posts White Way Electric Fla. Pork per lb. . .. ..........13c: I Salt Mackerel' 3 for ... .... . . 25c

able tenant. light refreshments added very Light Posts, Vine and Rose Trellices, Western Pork Steak, per lb..2ac: I Strictly fresh eggs per dozen .35c:

Real estate men state that the big materially to the occasion.Mr. Lawn Benches Vases of any size or I Best Creamery Butter per Ib . 33c:
reduction in rental values have Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops

$$1200 MADE proved a serious matter to many land- O. N. Kittredge and Misses Gate Posts of any design Building

lords. The higher; range of interest Alma and Mabel Kittredge have arrived Blocks Common and Ornamental
values at the present time, which is in Orlando to spend the winter Building Blocks, faced with Granite; The Eola Packing Company

radically certain to last for many and are pleasantly located with :Mrs.E. : Coquinna, or any other natural Rocks. i
$1200TO years after the war, also tends to T. Worthley 807 East Central ave- Plans and estimates made for Bunga- I I ORLANDO FLORIDA.

lower the return on rented propertyof nue. They have spent the summer in lows or other buildings. All work I SpecialtiesCustom
all kinds, as there is no likelihoodof Burlington, Vt. guaranteed first-class. Building Piers ,-
BUILD A HOME Wll'H renewal of mortgages at the old -

rate of 4 or 4 1-2 per cent. 25c.LINDSAY BROTHERS Props.S. Packers Modern Equipment
Mr. W. L. Daughtry has recently II
D. Lindsay, Manager. Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
$1200TO returned from Waycross Ga., wherehe Growers' Agents Personal Attention
BRITAIN WILL LABEL ALL MEN has just manufactured and turnedover

WILLING TO FIGHT to the Atlantic Coast Line a per- I Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -

BUY AN AUTO WITII fected chain driven hand car. Those for harvesting and packing their crops.
London.-A unique and picturesqueplan who have seen this improvement over Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

for labeling those fit and unfit the old hand-propelled car, thing Mr. H BERRY PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A, C. L. Tracks.W. .

$1200 for military service is announced by Daughtry will soon make a tenstrike.Mr. B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,
the war office. Khaki brassards or Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
armlets bearing the royal crown will
A. C. Tuttle, who spends his
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "THE RAINY be distributed soon to the following: Solicited
summers at Long Island, N. Y. and Respectfully
First, the men who enlist and are
DAY" his winters in St. Petersburg was in A complete line of Ford Acces-
placed' in groups waiting the call to
join the colors; second, to men who Orlando yesterday on his first visit. sories; a staff of expert mechanics .
On his way to Florida from the Northhe
offer themselves for enlistment and I
met some very pleasant people' to render satisfaction in all
are found physically unfit; third to
who were n route to this city, and ACCIDENT
The following letter was received by those who are invalided out of the service lines of Automobile Repair HEALTH
i ito they extended him such a cordial invitation -
II. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: become as unlikely efficient, for again.medical reasons, to stop off and see Orlando Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE

I that he will alwaysh be glad that he
Spring Lake, New Jersey The armlets of each class will havea I did so. lie was very much impressedwith Gasoline, and fair and square PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
distinctive mark.
the city and its surroundings and PROPERTY DAMAGE:: WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
30th 1915
Sept. Thus all who are willing to fight prices.
he said that if the time ever came
will be distinguished from those who
II. Carl Dann when he decided to leave his home in
have not offered their services.
St. Petersburg that he would never go
Orlando Fla.
farther north than Orlando.
Dear Friend Dann:- I Oo FROM REAL WAR For Nine YearsWe Georgia Casualty Company r
Mrs. J. M. Prince and Miss Mildred
A few weeks more will find me in I Smith who have been spending sev- have been in business at the ..

old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I London.-Divorce cases against eral months in Randolph' N. Y., have GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Manager
officers and men serving at the front same location, Corner of South
have several friends who expect to returned to Orlando to spend the win-
will have to stand over until they return Orlando Florida
come to Orlando this winter. to Great Britain. Such was the ter and are occupying their new homeon Main and Church Streets. I ,
East Livingston avenue. Mrs.
I have mentioned several times to decision of Justice Sir Henry Bargrave and Phone 226 Room and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
Prince is one of Orlando's oldest i
them my purchase at Colonial Hills, Dean when asked for leave to '
esteemed winter residents and is here
that I saved serve a divorce petition upon an offi-
always explaining for her twentieth sojourn. Just be-
Of course they always asked how I cer on the fighting line. fore leaving last spring for her for- _.- _
"It is not in the interests of the Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
saved that amount and I simply tell mer home in the Empire State she
nation," the court, "for men to
had a pretty modern home erected and Garage A Sentinel "Want Ad"
them the truth. I I have their minds diverted from their and is anticipating great pleasure in Try
Expect me soon.Sincerely. duties by such matters. They had
her new home where she may be
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better stand over until the men re -- '
yours, turn." found at any time by her many II II II 11111111111111111111111111 11111111111 . 111111 111111111111111111 1111 I I

B. Gwynn, a candidate for comptroller Dressmaking Parlor "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j

of the state of Florida was in

Orlando yesterday getting acquaintedwith
How Mr. Buckelew
the people. Mr. Gwynn is a business [
R. Hamiltonfor Unless Budded
Miss Margaret :
man with a record of thirtyfiveyears
Saved $1200 as chief clerk in three different present located at 407 S. Orange

departments of state government lie
Ave.The .
has had a long and honorable public
MAN SHOWED HIM A BUILD- career and will no doubt receive close

ING LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM attention from the voters.
public and all former of a known .'
$HiOO. THE NEXT DAY CARL patrons Invited to call. t

MANN SHOWED HIM THE The Orlnn.lo.lhudmmt'highwn)' I Is I Quantity and
nearly bricked. When finished one of
SANK: SIZE LOT THREE l the last link of the Dixie highway r' 4

BLOCKS) FARTHER OUT FOR through. Orange. county will l be com I CLINT BASS .; ' : Quality of Pro-
Favorable! condition
pleted. muy .
make it possible, to open} the highway y ..t'l
SAVED: $1200 I AS HE: FULLY thin week. West Jefferson Street f} .. r' rf

INTENDED.: .: TO BUY THE"': 3ucc..*er to duction..O.W.Conner. .
OTHER..: LOT NEXT n.\Y. *v N: .
Hand Wood CompanyWood r _' rM s '
Odd) Fellowill be interested' in j. .
knowing that R. J. Brewer, of Oak of All Kinds .

Ridge, southwest of Pine Castle, hasmoved PROMPT SltRMCKKKASOAM Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

to Tuft. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
You can save ; HLn PRICK*
Sentinel Want Adi Pay.

$1200 also if -- -

Two yeans ago$ in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAIIANUIISKIIIKS

you buy at : began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

nursery tree of citrus fruits The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished .

I by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND *

trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have. not been In ex-

ColonialHILLS isti'iice! live years, are clamoring "I'KDKJRKKD": l : I for their strong suit in nursery produc

I tion. What would! YOU do in their place, Mr. Tinnier? Why of course you would sell your I

tri't's/ and adopt the surest method. But you are u IIUYKIl: not n SELLER: : and YOU ARK

interested in tho very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

time and money to bring it into bearing.

Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

yuu are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES, the originators

d of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

High Dry All CityImprovements REO 1916 work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
I ,
.Aay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

U30.00: F. O. II. Orlando comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

Are Here. Let us show you

SEE This Wonderful Car : Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.


r G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

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esraa a+.a ft'"n'

Our 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.


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

M., November 6th, and Positively closes SaturdayP.

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
stock at once hence this Great Sale

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


which an honest comparison will convince you that Prices are lower than ever before
offered the buying public of this community.

. Remember the Date, Saturday A. M.

O'clock, November 6. Come Early
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The following cards are being dis- Yancey Meat Marke
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL road crew has commenced workon
tributed by the Pine Castle Board of
the road which runs due west from
Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. I
Trade: ,I Winter Park, and connects at big
Have You Seen Pine Castle, Florida ,., Fairview lake with the Apopka road. Phone 135 :: Phone 317

Saturday and All Next Week Its beautiful groves, its valuable The roadbed is to be graded up and
in condition. .
farms, its lovely lakes, its attractive put good
1 This road when finished will give
islands in the lake, its elegant homeson Iv
direct communication from Winter
23; Ibs. Granulated; Sugar for .$1'iU Lenox Soap, 3 for . . . . .lOcWashing the peninsular, its substantial Park to Apopka, and will prove a I We have added new equipment and have P 21 lb Good: Flour for. .8.-,
> Pastry
12 Ibs. Good Pastry Flour for. .-I.e e Powder, 7 packages for .C-_.,c brick roads This beautiful suburb ,:, great convenience to the traveling t market white throughout. Our motto is:

21 Ibs Snow Hobby Flour for . .$1.00 Dutch Cleanser, per can . . . . .8c of ORLANDO" is located on the A. C. public of both towns. I

21 ibs. Gold Medal Flour for . . .90c Sugar, 100 lb. sack . . . . . .S;.90 L. main line.from Jacksonville tll'
Corn Flakes 4 packages Cor. . -23c Salt, 100 lb. sack . .. . . . . 60c Tampa, five miles from Orlando, fourcity : Registered at the Empire hotel, PURITY AND CLEANLINESSCome

Cream of Wheat per package . .lie Water Ground Meal, sack.$1.90 blocks from Lake Conwayoneof Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1913: I). J. Ryan,
:Snow; Drift Lard, large pail .. .$1.08 Bolted Meal, sack . . . . .. . .$::!.OO the largest and loveliest lakes in Birmingham; Warren S. Baker, Bal- I

Asparagus Tips, Libbys . . . ...2:;c Grits, sack . . . . . . .. . . .$2.00 Florida. For the tourist, the investor, timore; J. C. Lettice, Jacksonville; in and see what we have done. The big volurm.
Maple Syrup quarts . . .. . . .38c Good Head nice, sack . . . . .$i.SU the homeseeker, the pleasure seeker i Jno. A. Pinder and wife, :Maitland; J. ,
Table Teaches, 3 lb. cans oCr. . 13c Extra Fancy Head Rice, sack $6.23: and 'all good people, there is no betI I W. Darracott, Plant City; T. E. King, business we are doing is being built on
. . . . . ter location that we know of than :
Teaches, Itosedale, 3 lb. can for .18c Broken Rice, sack . $1.90 Jacksonville; G. :M. Robinson, It. L.
Salmon, tall pink, per can . . .13c Lard, 60 lb. tub. . . . . . . .$:i.90 PINE CASTLE. Write us for any : Ellison, :M. J. Hames, B. :Maza, Jack-
Tuna Fish, per can . . . . . lOc Lard :30 lb. tins . . . . . . .$3.10; information ;you want and we will do : sonville; IJ. J. Kaple, C. P. Fields, De- SERVICE AND
Shrimp, per can . . . . . . lOc I White Bacon Side, per lb. . . .13ic! 'I our best to place before you the plain Land; A. K. Birch, Jacksonville; R. G. QUALITYF
Ralston Breakfast Food: . . . . He Good Pa-trj Flour, 98 lb. sack .$3.10 I' facts about PINE CASTLE. Address Carlton Plant City; O. L. Tharp, city;
Good: Ground Coffee, per pound .13c TilUbur Flour. 9S lb. salk .$3.70 Board of Trade, Pine Castle, Florida. II. S. Anderson and family, Harrisburg of our good'e" want your business and we an ma* >.
Arbuckles Coffee, per pound . 17c | Pillsbury, Flour, Bakers 98 Ib. s>k $3.60 I I i Pa.; II. C. Denmark, Osteen; '
Fancy Dried Teaches, per pound .lOc i Snow's Hobby Flour, 98 lb. I ack.S3.Mt GREEN: TURTLEIT: GOPHER; Mojer, Chicago; O. B. House, Kissimmee S'I- I every effort to get it. We have every kind of meat in th.

Fancy Prunes, per pound . .. . lOc I Snow's Hobby Flour 98 lb. wood $1.00 1---1 i I ; F. F. Morrison, Ocala; E. C. market. Choicest cuts of the best stock that the'vf.ri>
Fancy Evaporated: Apricots, ..lb..lf OblNk Flour. 98 lb. sack . . . .$1.00 I I Dennis Jacksonville; E. M. Clark,
Raisins, Seeded, per package . . .10c !'hold: Medal Flour 98 lb. sack. .$3':;;; Gainesville; Miss Frances Hale, Bar- and native markets produce
Currants. St't-dt-rlIJt'r package . .lOc Graham; Flour.$ Ib.s.\ wood . .$1.10 factory, while riding his bicycle on I tow; 1(. E. Larramore, Jacksonville;
Walter Maker's Chocolate !"j Ib. .20c \\hole Wheat Flour, 98 Ib!!., wood 3.90 East Central avenue yesterday afterI I Geo. H. Feagle, Valdosta; It. GI We are not trying to undersell anybody, but Wt' are

Pet Cream, Baby site, 4 can for. .13c: White Oats. 100 Ib. sacks . . .$1.SO noon, found a good sized green turtle Parks, II. 1'. Garrett, 1 It. A. Fulkerson I'. trying to
Tet Cream, tall, per can .$c Best ("orn. 100 Ib. park . . .$1.80! f-lowly making its way on that popular O. Y. Elder, Jacksonville; James F.
('orn,3 cans for .2.: c Green Cross Sweet Feed . . . .$1.90 thoroughfare in the direction of Shivles, Tampa; It. W. Davis, Atlanta.
l't'a",3 cans for .* Success' Sweet:; Feed " . .$1.73; Lake Eola. It had evidently made a'j Ii' OUTSELL EVERYBODY

Eagle: Hrand Milk, pi "v Brand and St. Elmo: Milk can He Pure tt heat (Iran . . . . . . .$1.5.1 factorylierc they make a ir>cclalty I hotel yesterday included O. A. I'M':

Vegetables for Soup, ran .:5;< Pure \\'hent Shorts . . . . . .17.* ;of making their famous rout'| out of I wards, I H.: W, 1 Packard, .1. L. Colon, Hl'l4 hll'4 mrnt of kindvo liar
TumnlocM, 2 Ib. can for ( Bright ('ollon I Seed I Meal, 7* ok $2.00 such excellent. tipecimenc, or else It New YOlk; C I I'. Rice, Tampa; Jm ovi-ry \vry
.'I ''h. run I IfI I Feed, Patton I Seed' Men I. .k.l.iO( \MH lit M'nrclt of new pastures In some e.. 'ItneM-h. II. 1'. Ku"h, J. .D., HOWIMI, thing the \'\' l'tnhk' market\ afford!*.
I Ilh. .." .VI Meat Scrap' *, Pack . . . . .J.1.N.1:. ". :; of the nrnrliy lake Mr. Juntlgiui I W. I II.: John-' .'",.. II. 'I' Howard. A. (C.
I VttCIK'k H)Hip, gal l . . . . . . ...0 e Onter Shell for ebkkrn. ., sack. .$I.lIeI who were eit mute In t till city, and "Payne' J. C. C Clutw, Mr.I and' $",... U.I. :. Oyiitora) Shrimp) , l'ivih. mid Salt \Vnlor I'Nh ImitvrW .

'Iu'k" $() fill| half 1I"lIon .:.10Prnruvk \ ., Poultry Grits: "' per nark . . . ,$LOa i when, Council by th<< Sentinel: HcribeHint I. Ilurrlson| Jacksonville, ; M I (0 i. I'lrM" ( mid In fact t'wryUiIni:: nhtnlimlilo( at nit up.to-datu'
Syrup( ", :3 I tans\ for . . 2.1c:: Shxk' and, "Poultry Powder, pktr. .:::11. It wan not n "g pher 1\11I I" I IIt Akron. ; W. Ihll'r)'. Delwiml. : 1 K.: W.
I Ir thought It wan, NwmtHl''' very much marKt't.
Green, DtiytiuiHj' ; If. C. I Duncan, Tuvtm -

I''I)pleHHtxl in otort ut for the hU thought fumil! 'of and\\hilt frlriuN wow >..; I*. C, Muiiton, Cocoa; J. P. (Uw1.( a clwnco to tli'monstrnto: our service' anil qualityof
) Chaw, 1-J.: lingers: Atlanta; J. C. |lnmmom '
after Mra\ Jurnitrun had) )prepared it !, Umutilla; U. Grunt Burden, our goods.: I
Buy Your Groceries and Pro ;for supper I Umutillu; II.): J. Phillips, Boston

visions from the merchants I Mrs. Hood) will speak on "Julia Yesterday afternoon the city placeda Savings Checks
and the Children's Hureau"
lax in the center of the converging
next meeting of Unity Circle. :Miss
these columns. at intersection of Pine street and Orange -
adverlise in Gordon has consented to make short
avenue bearing the words on
talks Modern Drama the first
I on on the four sides, "Drive slow-keep to
Wednesday of each 4* month. the ri ht." It worked successfully, YANCEY MEAT MARKE

I and all motorists with one or two exceptions -
The Fortnightly Club, which was i I followed the example set by T. A. Jr.
t..t.t..f sYQ i.i M IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII :'entertained this week by Mrs. Joe the others. Such devices, if found Yancey,

I i liumby, Jr., will be entertained on satisfactory, will be placed ta other Vice-Pres. and General Manager
I November 17 by Mrs. Hal Beardall. II | street crossings. The city will also

I I Miss Gladys Thomas+ daughter of I II place houses.safety signs around the school Remember we want your business today *

PANCAKES FOR BREAKFAST Mr. and afternoon:Mrs. E. A.for Thomas Arcadia, left where yesterday ,> --- - Special attention to out-of town orders

I I she will be one of the attendants at Specials for Satur- i
the King-Lykes wedding which will
Hecker's Cream Buckwheat, Old Homestead Flap- I take place in that city Thursday, November day and Monday
I 11, in the First Baptist
jack, Ballard's Pancake Flour, White Rose Pure Maple I church.

Syrup, Log Cabin Syrup, Scudder's Syrup. 12 Ibs best Patent Flour for ____45c; I SPECIALS

I 24 Ibs. Best Patent Flour for ____90c
Navy, Lima Beans and B. E. Peas
Pickles In BulkJust FOR TOURISTIIE.IUQU.IRTERS per lb. ________________________$c 21 pound sack Pill.sbury Flour. . .90c 13 packages Corn Flakes for . 23
0 pkgs any kind Washing Powders 23c; .,21 pound Gold Medal Flour . . .90c (Temple Garden Tea per pound. 401

I 6 cans Sardines for _-___________25c; 21 pound sack Pastry "'lour. . .90c *I Coffee, per pound . . . 13
received a barrel of Sweet :Mixed also Dill I The committe having in charge the Rye Graham, Whole Wheat Flour :1 Log Cabin Maple Syrup half gal f.">cLog 8 bars Soap for . . . . . 2S]
furnishing and arranging of the in bulk, pound __ c''1 Cabin Maple Syrup, quarts . tHe: Cream of Wheat per .package LiLoR |
per uuuu -
Pickles. New Crop. I j Hoard of Trade rooms on Court street :Jl cans Soup, any kind for ____u__2"'c Cabin Maple Sjrup. pints . .22e :Malt Breakfast Food, package . 12
Codfish in pound packages. I'i for n tourist headquarter, will be 3 cans Pork and Beans for -----2..c>> : 16 pounds granulated Sugar for.$1.00 Ralston Breakfast ."M.d.! package 15:;]
I[glad) of any articles of furniture suit- 3 cans Tomatoes for -2Sci 10 pound :Snowdrift; Lard for .$1.10 3 pound can Kraut fur. . . . 10
'|'nhd l for the purr se that may be do- ( pounds Coffee, ground uuuu$1.00 SnjdorV: C'at"up, pint' . . . . .li: (' 2 cam, Fancy Shrimp for 251;
!jnated or loaned. Tables chairs and pure Lenox .1 Ih. run Fancy Peaches, :2 cans ,3.:>c 3 Hutch Cleanlier for . . 25:;|
8 bars
0 bars Octagon/ or :
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS needed and the . . . . . :;
rug are especially "IIttJr ---------------------2",c Butter, per pound 33c :3 pound ran Fancy HeelM for 23
r.-_ - -- :== :committee will call for any article Florida Cune Syrup, per gallon..KOeIri Sweet' Potato, per peck . . . 3Uc 2 Tuna fish . . . . . . . 25|

olTered) for such use. Please notify and Sweet Potatoes, peck:5.: Irish Potaloe, per peck . . . 30c Arbuckle Coffee, |MT package lb
Our W. P. Watson W. II. Robertson, or JmllOrh..II.l'lIlonli. dozen _____15c 3 cans Pea for . . . . , . 2."c: 16 pounds of Head Rice for $1.0
Grocery CompanyTwo W. S. Urnn..h.'t'r)' dollar's worth per 3 cans Corn for. . . . . . . .2.;>c THESE.: PRICES ARE FOR tASI
of goods donated is n direct help to Honest Weights and Measures 3 parl.aJl'III'o..t ToaMies for . 23c; ONLY
Phones: 3 and 200 the Hoard of Trade and the city of

6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. Orlando that much as more it It'athe cash to hoard use in just its Cash Grocery Co. T. A. Mann, 15 E. Pine Stree

work for the upbuilding of the city
HIII'IIIIIIIIIII II U Ie H It II au. ' 11111111' Hi. ,
and the adjacent community. Telephone 618 7 E. Church St.

Phone 80 The E 3> & r I 0 r* TV/TSa r V et Phone 61

Today Is the Day To Get Ready for Tomorrow. Start the Day At Self'sChickens

for Sunday Dinner. Why not buy two and have
Oysters. Self's Oysters are always fresh. The kind for dres- For Sunday Evening or the picnic-Get our Dried Beef, slice|
cold fried chicken left for the Sunday evening luncheon.
sing or soup. while you wait. It's fresh and delicious.

Veal Chops or Cutlets, Breaded Veal Cutlets with tomato W

sauce make a tempting dish. For Breakfast suggest-Perfection Pork Sausages, put up
Pickles-Dill, Sour, Mixed and Chow Chow, Horse Radish i|

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


:I-I: :M .. Self &, Corn.pao.yI :

I No- SOI Phone No 61


J __ ber I..Ja-tl1. and ,I I I . .PROFESSIO.NAL CARDS | |I




No. 4 West Pine Sreet
1 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

ORLANDC Phone 161 worth Building.

If ,f Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW



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

Davis & McNeil Block
1 SENTINELWANTS No. 6 \V. Pine St. Orand.! Ha I



: A Bath In A Tea Kettle The Morning Sentinel Want R. RAY WHITE Phone 37

Directory la the Greatest Want ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
from the luxury of plenty
is a long way Terms Cash in Advance.RATES & SALLAS

and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water. Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. 208 Boone Street

still with this annoyance because: they do not realize the For One Day ______________25t
And yet lots of folks put up For Three Day _____ _______50c Phone 597.

Heater. For Six Days _______________75c
I economy of a Gas Water I For One Month: __ ___ _______$2> .5U
i This rate applies en all ads of L. Percival Hutton

A Gas Water Heater 23:: words more or than lesa 25 If words the the ad contains ratewill DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

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

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

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

finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us Every Man has use for a
Tie a string on your Sentinel Want Ad. I
Dr. F. F.
talk it over with you.ORLANDO. II SURVEYING

FOR RENT-House, unfurnished, 5 Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
rooms and bath on Ruth avenue.J. .

WATER & LIGHT CO ll-5-6t. G. :Manuel city. Phone 481. PROMPT: AND ACCURATE of New York

FOR RENT-East Colonial Drive a

GAS DEPARTMENT acre house truck 6 rooms patch, garage irrigated.barn Jacobs, half HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's

Grove Co., Orlando. Telephone. Engineer

ll-4-6t ---

TO RENT-New house, just completed 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla.
containing two and three room .
suites, furnished; sunny and attract-
ive, with large piazzas. Also a suiteof Phone 72
four or five sunny rooms, furnishedor
JII unfurnished; bath and electrics.
at 200 West Concord avenue.
Inquire 10-SO-12t Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR. L. H. RAMSDELl

t t FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO - FLORIDA
in new house, with furnace heat;
: all modern. 405 West street. JTE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSE
. ll-2-6tc Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OFomCALDP.AmmO
IIIUIMIMMM 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I I ORLANDO, FLA.
FOR RENT- Light housekeeping
rooms; ,also flat if taken by the ::: ---

season; no children; electric lights, WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- PAPER HANGING
bath. Terms
city water Phone and 680. 10 West Concord erty for sale or rent. I am having For $7.00 I will paper any ordinary
able. ll-2-12tc manp applications for houses, fur- size room. Over 500 selections to
avenue. nished and unfurnished I will be choose from. I do painting also at
Furnished pleasantsuit glad to list what you have. Mrs. reduced prices. Phone 201, or dropme
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES FOR IIFNT- II. B. eake, 45 East Pine street. a postal and I will do the rest.
of light housekeeping rooms, Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo' G C. Schultz, Box 385: Orlando.
on first floor; bath in connection; elec- 1-10-31-lmo.
tric light and telephone; garage if WANTED-An elderly lady living/ --- -- -
OCOEE FLORIDA desired; private famil). 312 North alone requires the services of n enpable Umbrellas **ci>vered and repaired
main street. 11-2-lmo middle.!! aged white woman for "white you wait" at Young Repair
housework Without Washing
general home Shop, :21 E. Plne St.WE .
or Iriminj' A !good, permanent I
FOIL SALE for the fight person. Address, with . u ... .
--- - references rpirttfilini chnrucler and ARC IN l'POSITION to Hell, ex
: I"OItu: Twrt .1ch : | 11-B OtMISCIUANI Cull and, tee us. (jeU, 1.
k. I'ltt. -
theI varietiesof Orange and Grapefruit within, nultnMc' for trnnpfrr WHI !Room
All leading ,AU\ tine nmttllaenn., splendid hump, Hun Phone Cu.105., !turk llullding, 10.6-lnio a.

Trees in fine condition at the very lowest twit win fur nf frvmMlilhU ImrtteM. extra If yuu t'*lire"ltl l looking nt uliurguin = : ::
rap Oscar! llitn l & Hun.115iHe _______ __ ____ IUU 1.1)1 Mi: MATIMIIAI.S: ; ANDISIIMAIIS

prices :: :: :: :: ( MARK: A I1US1NES8: of planting I'I We Are prepared to furnUh estimates

-... FOR SALEThr e good' Iota on citrus tree, All tree I set on 'lumber and building mate*
Kiilgewootl avenue, near lake Kola: anteed.VrUe for prices. Bus :22,1 rial' of all kinds Give our service a
Will sell separate if desired A bar Ocoee. Fla 24lmoe trial A B- Cook & Co., Orlando,
gain if taken at once, aa the owner I' 10919.20t,
_n needs the money Address C., care BUYERS AND SELLERSI -
Sentinel. 10-30-lm A GOOD INVESTMENTIs
buy sell, rent, and exchange real
I FOR SALE-One English pointer estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., one that will yield a guaranteed
Send for Catalog Description List and lowest bitch, 11 months old, well trained; over 30 years. Have handled over income for ten years. We handle income -
today ,
can be taught to retrieve; papers' $20,000,000. Call and see me. investments yielding 8 per cent
above address furnished; $25. O. R. Gregory Winter 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. net regularly. Real Estate Bonds
prices, to Garden ll-2-6t Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
should yield 8 cent
ERVILLE Carpenters -
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good TRACY & SOM in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. -
makers. Screen
condition. Write Box 567. I and 10-15-lmc
doors and windows, frames, sleeping
9-23-tfc counters, shelving showcases

MMMIMHItt .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .- -.-.-- -- -. .. .U. II- It- II- II- II- II- 1 U"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.4 porches, refrigerators< alterations and LOST
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, I additions.: \\e keep a number of
furnished and unfurnished. Also I skilled workmen constantly on hand. LOST-On :Monday: October 25, be-
FOR RENT some splendid lots. Call and see whatI 18 East Church street. 10171mo.LAWN' tween Robinson Springs and Orlando -
have to offer before :you buy or via east road between Maitlandand
rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East Pin sharpened and Winter Park, one Fisk red top
j I'' FOR RENT-A good ten room un- street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. at Orlando Bicycle and 34x4 automobile tire mounted on nm.A .
repaired communication from the finder will
furnished hou e, with modern conveniences 10-8-dw-lmo 10-8-lmoc
and wellentilated; just the Repair Shop. Court St. be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney -

I thing for a hoarding house; located in FOR SALE-A Singer sewing! ma- day-Elder Spring Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
Delivered every __ ___
town. Apply 11-3-tf
prosperous growing chine. Phone 100. Ceo. T. Bull &
( to W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Ha. Water. See Rock or phone Building. Phone 105.; LOST-Small open faced watch, on
FOR SALE ;I'I 9-30-tfc. FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER Company 10-16-tfc., I I pin, between Lake Lucerne and the
I Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L.
i I Furnished 14 room House on crick 1 I
I FOR RENT: Furnished for ,back. Return to Orlando Bank and
rooms for light housekeep
street, ; See
Water. or ;
and also lot. Drink Elder Spring ,I Trust Co. and receive reward.
I light housekeeping sleeping location large
ing. Splendid phone Geo. T. Hull &. Company, Rock : 11-3-tfc
rooms; in good location. Call Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Are.9.193mo' Phone 105.: 10-16-tfc
I after (6 p. m. .01 Peach street and building.

*" A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on 102 \. Hughey street. 10-31-Gt CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a !! Pine CastleNurseries

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract limited number of persons. Pleas
FOR RE:XT-Furnished rooms, with one quarter mile from city limits; home. All modern
S. West St. $2200. I all modern conveniences, for housekeeping very, fine for citrus or subdivision pur ant conveniences.rooms in new Also furnished rooms i
near Eola Park. 307 East poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. for housekeeping. :Mrs. Gertrude
I Tine street. 10-31-Ct* 6-9-tf Seymour, nurse, 1-1 High street, east

FOR RENT-Dy the season, month, li FOR SALE-SEEDS of Lake Eo.a. 10-8-lmoc : Pine Castle, Fla.
upstairs flat for light'I FOR FALL PLANTING-We
housekeeping; also other rooms, and I Natal Grass! Seed, guaranteed gathered headquarters for all kinds of -
' C.A.HOVEY garage, electric lights and bath in ripe 1<<, well cured, and will germinate bulbs are and seeds. Call in and see I
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ae. I I if our planting instructions are them. Orlando Seed and Produce Co., II I Has first class orange and
SMO-tfc 1 folio"ed. 40c. lb., delivered, cash 206 S. Orange avenue. Phone 166. grape fruit trees, ready to plant.
Globe Fruit Co.. Ltd..
with order.
10-10-tfc I We offer only first class trees
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, I Lvesburg. Lake Co.. Fla. l-4-7tc ,
in new, modern home; one-half WANTED NOTICE :budded from prolific bearing
I block from Anderson street, near St. trees of known quality. We
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel I Owing to the increase of our busi- I also have the genuine Watson
the season. 406 Margaret street. office. 10-13-tf ness we find it necessary to move into !watermelon seed. No melons
10-29-tf larger quarten.'e are moving
-- - from No. 10 East Church street shipped from where we savedour
-- The hired girl has went-she was week \
McNair Lumber Co.'s yards, and seed. Melons weighed from
she fired
I primaryroom hired, she was tired, was ;
First Methodist church; telephone will appreciate your continued patron. ',20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue
Ad but smile-yon can get another by BANSCIIBACH CABINET CO.
Sentinel Want 221, or call 14 East Jackson age. I I Free.J1um .
a street. 10-20-tfc using our want ad. column. l-ll-2-6tc


- -
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Mr. E. II. Tomlinson, a leading and
successful real estate dealer of Jacksonville -

i spent yesterday in Orlando.,

Judge T. P. Warlow left yesterday
er p afternoon for Punta Gorda where his
spending today on professional bus

L. J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist r
Office over McElroy's drug store. .
INCORPORATED 1893 1-11-G-12U Prepare for

Mrs. E. G. White who has been thguest
THE of Mrs. L. F. Brigham, at 304

STATE BANK East Central afternoon avenue to her, returned home in Taft.yesterday "


OF Mr. I. N. Isaacson and son, Leonard

well known citizens of Lockhart,
ORLANDOTwentytwo were among the visitors looking after

'ears' experience in the affairs of business matters at the county me
and meet the tropolis.
Dankinj enables us to measure
needs of our customers.The saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto Fish and oysters received daily.
II. M. Self & Co. I MO-6-t/c
pursue a progressive policy, to bo liberal in amount each week. We F

its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate Mr. E. C. Halls, a former well
have several plans. Letus
lines of banking.
known contractor and builder of this

t THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF city, but now a resident of Arcadia, explain them.
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS spent yesterday in Orlando greeting

DEPOSITORS. friends and transacting business.Mr. .

Officers Thomas B. Quimby special rep
LOUIS C. MASSEY _________________President resentative of the North American .

I T. PICTON WARLOW _________..VicePresidentS. Fruit Exchange, with headquarters in

( WATERS HOWE ___________________Cashier New l York, spent yesterday in Orlando The Peoples National Bank"It
S. A. NEWELL _____-_____--_____Asst. Cashier calling on the growers and ship

pers. Is A Pleasure To Serve

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.

I 8-18-tf Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Johnson and

child, who have been in Lakeland vis-
.4r ting Mrs. Johnson's sister, Miss Kate You"d

__ Williams, and Mr. W. Fiske Johnson

l __ and family, returned to Orlando yes
terday. -

supper at Mrs. Plight's dining room
REO Haturdny, November !It. Lots of olhvffood
. . .111..1..1..1.1..1..1..I..t
!: thmjr"! !'! to pat l''oC. Ante, baked
I I'Mh', tif MI-SI! Pwlghi's! own I'ookihUirtiniilly
| ) at 4l)0!) ) o'clocki nl",, hnrFtd.eults .' IMMIiMMIMMMMMiMMMMIimMMeUMIMIMIMMIiSPECIAL ........'. .... ......
AT A BARGAINRun PIt !'! and |putatu Milt.Ihltll1llt..\
tier' ,there U. tIllUih 11I1tt'1(ll1t'li11\
irtked, beaus. us ill |I'P"lllli| 'try Hilhp
tilt North tit lit li vptiup: II 1:11,1U1
less than 1200 miles. $650
Mr. J. NV \\u\\\\ \\, me f""f the 1 leading

Come quickHaynesHupmobile iner.'hanta of I'lrtnt City, spent yee-
terlay' In this action, vjaHJng his orange 1
grove in the Viftori4 settlement
Salesroom Ile U very much encouraged over the
outlook for ctirMs\ growers,
,I Ride JJamrick's jitney bus 5c Hudson 33 Touring Car
--- tf-18-tf S

t Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Reid, of Chi- Excellent Condition
tJ cago, after a pleasant visit to Mr.and
Mrs. Ceo. A. Hutchinson at their

home on the corner of Jackson and $325.00
Liberty streets, left yesterday over
the Coast Line on their return North.

> RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tIc

San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
II Walter II. Stewart are welcoming
New Ford Home
I them to their home on Lake Adair

after a summer spent in the moun-
Now Open tains of North Carolina at Asheville, -Daytona
and Brooklyn, N. Y. They arrived in
Orlando yesterday afternoon over the t,

20941 South Orange A\enue Atlantic Coast Line. ,,
Telephone 368 -- ,
MIII!'!! Echnlq' rtlt11!'!! for art pupils! ,,
how opetl Those, I beginning' In china
rout ACCE80HIEK-TIHEHnimttit ( ; how will get reduced rates for flying 'MMeMMlMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMiMtMMMMMMMMMWho
in November. I 11031OteDr. :
t) UASOMNK:? OIL aaa== --- --- ----- -----

Kennelh E I\\'l\fll Kiltt+urn, Ills!! I.....II..II.IIII..t..I'.t..t..t.....
rmi; ) rii/nuii; ;;U) AIR nether Mrs Kilt'Wint' sister, Mrs!

"II1"\i IhU. Ford, Home Your Ford Home." were Woodruff, ftfllVl\ts ami in!eon Orlando, Master. yesterday IlamtaU, Will Be Your Executor?

afternoon\, coming from Iatrnit.
F. G. RUSH MKhi when they! have spent the
summer They have been coming ANSWER NO 2 _

here for several seasons and have a Your estate may be materially impaired aa a S '
pretty home on lake Jlolden, where direct result of the appointment of an executor
they will reside for the winter. or trustee.

individual is s ,
When an appointed
Now is the time to take dress making x' . wok 3rYi = as
and do jour winter sewing.. Miss The financial responsibility is generally weaker. r *y 'i, .zrr g<
.-.'JJII.I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111111111..iHave' Kchols uses best French hooks and is
responsible for style and fit of dresses. It is usually provided in wills that the person E w 5 kXyw, ''x .
Studio 505 South :Main. Phone 659.! nominated to serve as executor shall be excused a y ,. lI Y
l-10-31-6tc from giving bonds. { -s

IN THF CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE SEVENTH When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense ;of 't
Your Christmas bTATIi Jl l>l!' Till: of the estate, and then only partial security },;= ...
UR.\\oGE: CULNT1::
against loss is provided.
Selections ReservedThe Bill in Chmnrrry to Enforce: Tat Lien When a Trust Company is selected- r
f Orlando
City <> I *
". The advantage of strong, financial re v ,
Southeast Quarter Lot 3 of RWk 1 of positive
1'atrirkn hvronil Addition to Orlando. sponsibility is secured.A i
Whom It May ConcernVl :
To All\
payment of a small deposit on any article will insure ",n application of the City Solicitor Ithereby bond which has behind it the entire financial
its held for until it later is ordered that on or tf"iT the IVcemhir #
being you you want on. Rule Iar next, twine Hwemhsr <* strength' of the Institution is always filed withfjj'
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from A P. l!'lt. in said court. r u amwor to an.inewer the
Court coat to estate.
t tht bill filed and set forth the naturer the Probate aen .!..i"Ans
our stock while it i is still complete without anticipatingyour <> your rwpertivv intvrrct in. richtu to or
readiness to lkoho| upon real elate vituatv in the City of rer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue I
pay. Drlamlo and. ilorrilml. in the hill ao southeastcarter .
take full of this otter ..f fatrirk vecuniitdditlon of this newspaper.
We invite you to advantage < .
| and to come and tree whether or not you wish to purchase. It l. to further Orlan.to onlereH that thio. order heablh.hed ::4p1I
,, .
in the I< ulh Florida Penllhe) M
I rx'slwr| I'uMUhwl In .aid' rift otirr a week Come in any time and freely ask for further
,il for I"> four .rvive week' .* prior to said' rule Information on this 'vitally Important subject ,
Nan.. nn hnn.l and) oral l of .abl|| Cirultfvun You are always welcome, and our o(1ka( are al- ''
I.... 6lh day! at N."I'''''''''. A II 11115
ItIt'tIl. II M Hi>HI N SOS, ways glad to advlie. ,
I Clerk Clrrutt toed Ornnii ("d\lnl,
1"l'"" M_..,. I'llx (iullrllu*
T.D.EVANS U.a.nka The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

f PoctorsBuckniiistiT

JEWELER & Brood,l tr1 t Orlando, Florida

ftrional instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Stilt Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

rkrnue, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave., above Peni.U
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