Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00556
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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 9, 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: VID00556
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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OnLANDO, FI.OIUnA, TlTESn.\, vnvpxilift u, 191: .

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French Troops Take Important COMPLETE TO ATTRACT .\ LAKCJE l


War News From the .\ ADVERTISEMENT FOR

. . . . . . . AUTO THEFT CIIARCEYESTERDAY C o'clock yesterday the WHO GRAND JURY
+ Miss I Minnie t;. Seal, state president HANDED: IN BLANKET
) : VISIT MAY Studebaker Reliability Hun from Or- 1
POHTKM: It :SOMETHING.; : PASSPORTSPRACTISE I of the W. C. T. U., will I presideover
; + lando, which will occupy four days INDICTMENT'
the Florida
Woman's Christian

++ The Hague.-Nor. 8.-Hrand +. THE CASE WAS HARD FOUGHT ONEJ. and started cover a* per 1,000 schedule.miles of In the territory party, IS STOPPED IN ANTWERP i Temperance Union which meet! in annual

' + convention in Orlando today" the SIX MEN NOW FACE IMPRISONMENT
arrived here today en f were 1.. It. Fort, of the San Juan Garage Felons
starting 'tonight and
route America.. It In Mated + dealers for the Studebuker continuing
AL Cheney, Counsel!' for De) cars; through Friday. (
Plan' have
+ (that he eftpett* to return to IteU + .. le ui Fleming, II. Jensen, J. C. llrot- "IWport!' 1."I lrll'r" ,Found In Federal Authorities
l ,
been Arc
> perfected t by the 'local) union for At
glum by the( end of December + fence!' } Solicitor Tllden I'rin filer, representing the Iteporter-Htar,
+ + + + + + + Antwerp When (tt'thUtnll: the entertainment tif the delegate, tempting to Ituund All
+ + + + + + t'rut'dIurh Inter and It. 0 I. Cumptun, representing the Up
who Milt l I'e present from all section
cal t In Morning Hehtlnel, Occupied& That (if the state, alai the, Will ,be IMotteTM' Country and!
Nt'w'ot k. NuV, M-HPl't..l It t)' ofHtttte / Cn/llt'/ The l following } treated
Itlellll4te'II! receivedfituu City
|tit real OHrtmlu I'unUh
(I.lthllltl WRIt ttsked,l today In Mr. huspltahly. The meeting ThemNew
make giuul, (the tluolHue" tnlil down lit After Mittf out for inuie than three l'tintilon| last' hlgliti I i aa11'aahiltglolt of lite iH.hVpiitlnh Mill he, held in

Illq latest Iota tu (hoot Retain With, pouts (the jury in the cane nf the lintel 11a'. mid" "h'l.Unshed l-'lrt, n\\_"I lei made JLIIIeu| .1|1.11111 it I l Nov. Hi=ln n note (he ;MethodM l iliuh'h", Turk, Nov. M,='the ksttvem'

In 1t"If iia'H I the, .\11I"1 h'IHI .t"i\III $' tale vs, N. II. llr>'"n, thitH' with lint uVliuk' We. had tt I Mill pnft- hinile |iubU,) lotto I )' I by the Mate tlp= The ronYenttan will open|' t blight! at !input struck! hard ttuMy nt the UPJPI|

strip| 11'hutaltagu, mil vledF front hue; ut the|| way ajul vvete Mrt\pt l | Il fiyriMll a Ilttrlmflll\ C; rm"nf nlakee; entphalit'denial Tttio oVImk Judge '1', IVtwn 11 ar-, I'tMitli, }iiH| n'li'phtttursvhen' A feilpr -
the theft of nn "HUtumubile, ,ipluniptlwith |Piflllll|, l? gang! We want low| -Will l errand
luts t\yrt! fur N..w111 k. hum Oildiitlt (M Jacksonville | that her government; agent4\ deliver 1 (the address tit VVfl- jury handed H blanket indictment -

, The Wntiielmtfu' i III ( ne wf eleven H \pnlirt lit nut t'uilty Ute \last t teveniuj Hi, ,Autru&tin. mad and letumeil VM' manufactured tfa".I"lelltIIwri..m :come Mr, A. A, tjould( 'president of against six men to Judge

ships of (lie, Ameik'tm TranbAtltintioSteumkhip ?. Thin was the first case of to I14) tuna at 7:40.: We have (the (oral union and others will also Howe sitting in the criminal branchof

company which has been the criminal court esoion and occupied made a tine (first day's record and passport, welcome the visitors. The public is the federal tlutrut: court: The six
met all
"'ud.Hlile.1\ )' treat Ilwtain de&pitethe much attention and drawing a by the requirement Studebaker\ as Corpora stipulated The German foreign otfice declaresit cordially invited{ to attend all of the are; Robt. Fay, Walter Scholz .Paul

fact that tion. Car stood the sloped the practice of manufacturing I meetings.The Daeche alias Daecha Englaliert,
they are American large crowd to the court room J, M, severe test in
registry and entitled under the law to Cheney was counsel for the defense grand style. All of us feeling such passports in Antwerp whereit first meeting of the conference Bronkhurst Max Breitung, and Herbert -
fine Leave today for Miami. is stated the "passport falsifier"was 1 that of the state executive Kienzle.
the will
fly American board
flag. She will be the and Solicitor Tilden prosecuted the 1:. O. Compton"
first American ship under the British case. Witnesses from For found when the Germans occupied I be held at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The six men are charged with two
Daytona enlightenment it
were be stated
ban to p\.t to sea after Secretary Lansing's The may the city. This is taken by state Among the other prominent people separate offenses under the admiralty
present. case was hard that the Studebaker
R. fought Reliability Run is I department: officials to mean that Ger- who will give addresses of welcome division of the United States criminal

dent of YfC'tatum the American G Wagner Trans-Atlantic, presi- from start to finish. being! staged this week in every state I II r rnanv win--- -not--. nnnrn"on..a--_._-_.._.. ..-. :n..b.- .. I"...,A-_ i.... H." .. 4' 1I v..0: n TYo___ O__ L v_ 1".1..---.. .All... n'V6 ......"' ......., ....,:.'J.... ....,,.'_" ''C.\t'p-_____

company late this afternoon wired that The E.defense II. brought out the fact in the Union. Two hundred and fifty tices within her jurisdiction.The I half of the Board / Trade;; C. K. tion of Daeche a New Jersey prisoner -
Bryan, on September :21, miles must be run between 6 o'clock
these facts to Secretary Lansing and the day the Ocala man's Ford car was I in the morning and 6 o'clock in the truth note categorically denies the Howard, representing the schools; J. will be arraigned on pleas to-
of the
pdded: statements made by Robt. II. Reese the press; Mrs. A. A. Gould, morrow.
stolen went to his brother's for
home and evening four
days total
Can not a of Rosenthal a spy executed in London.He the local W. C. T. U.; Dr. Poulson. The first count of the indictmentcharJ'es
you arrange with the British /pent the night that he left Orlando 1,000 miles. A careful record of the
government to the seizure is said to have been offered a false the churches of the city; Mrs. Forde, a conspiracy to "despoil ves-
prevent before dark, and that the trip must be the
next day he kept by driver and
of this ship." passport in the offices of the German the Civic League. Following the sels belonging to another in violationof
took pro-
train to
a DeLeon
Springs, that by the newspaper men making the
The Winnebago will afford admiralty staff. It is intimated that gram a reception will be given the section 37 of the United States
one of he bought
a days later a Ford trip. As this is the only StudebakerRun
Rosenthal "
and other spies may make delegates in the of criminal code and violation of
the best tests parlors the section
possible on the stand car of his cousin, E. K. Bryan. The being made in Florida, Orlandois I ;
taken by the Washington officials latter charges against German officials for church. 290 is charged in the second
on testified that he had purchased sure to receive
Britain's violations of internationallaw. the said in some advertising the Effect it might have on their ownpunishment. Miss Mary Harris Armour, widely count and it is asserted that the six
car Jacksonville for $250 besides the Studebaker Corporation.The .
She The incident can no Known as one of the ablest "conspired to destroy these vessels
"rightfully flies" the Amer- that he temperance
bill of
a sale for it, and tour will be completed Thursday
I longer be regarded as important by lecturers in the world with an intent to injure who
ican flag and can carry neutral cargo that he later sold the car to his cousin night when Orlando is reached. be persons
from one neutral country to another.At for $300.. his cousin re-spllini.? tame the officials of the state department. present and will be heard Wednesdayand have underwritten policies of insure

no time during her has Thursday evenings. Friday even- ance on the vessels and cargoes."
voyage car to J. D. Braddock, of Daytona

she come within 3,000 miles of the few days later for $360. a FLETCHER NEXT LEADEROF RECORD IN liTTlE .._The___ ,_cumulative.L_ . ..penalty. la. twelve
European war zone. J. II. Dey of Ocala who had! his CASE __ h__ )-ears mIne l.tJ'rm r'fll'IOn I1nj a pa).
meat uf n fine of f0,000.Sl'I.KMMD :: .
car stolen, testified that the car stolen

French Gain was a Ford! touring car that it was THE SENATE? COMES TO CLOSE

1'l1rlll. Nov. 8.-1'rvnch troops have the night of September 21 and that it : I.IFK: COMES: TO A
occupied Konjak and! Babunn height i had been run fi.OOO miles.J. ci.osi:

which command (1'lctvar ru. through .D. Braddock of I Daytona, testified Washington Nov. 8, The next Washington Nov 8, ,A record of

which run the IVrcpKnvndnr! road that ho had bought the car of K.H. :. lender of the United State senate the case of Rear Admiral Little, retired Ir". Lillian M. Hardy l Dlrd Last

and lire expected to vlfcct n junction\ ( may be a Florida man There is talkin whose trial by court martial i: cnlnir-"FuntTuIlll Be Held
Bryan for $:MO and gave description at ..yatt
with the ; senatorial circles that This Afternoon
noon f'rMIIIRrmy\ occupyingthe when the Boston has Urn concluded
t of car. !Braddock'H won testified has been\
nOI.thwt'lItt'rl11101'0\ of the !Babunariingi that Bryan had said he traded n Mercer ) )Democratic caucus meets next month received by Captain Ridley McLean,, Mm.I Millar M.I wife of :Mr. II. K.:

*. says Monuntlr\ dispatch to cur for the Ford car in Jackson to decide upon the reorganization\ judge advocate general of the navy 4 Hardy, died last evening at & o'clock

tho Matin, ville. Tho chief of police of Dnytonn the! senate Senator James I'. Choke. N'o action on the finding of the court bA nt her home MO Went Central avenue
-------- of A Arkansas will be deposed front the after
and Sheriff, Gordon ten tilled can be taken until the arrival here n lingering illnemi. The
+ + + + * * * + + + + for the position of

A TUII-S- _'n:__ '_1'1__ CIM'CII'V_ _... .. .' .!IoI1.'II.......! A. state. .n. ........1... .,president. ___ ___pro_ __'tempoiv.. . an Wednesday of Secretary )Daniels' i deceased. wan 0 50) year__of_ age_ and_ had,
E.: II. Bryan wan then called to tho I' "R".J t''K".nllt; Ino lIl'l'ut I.lltlv wan cnnrgeil with neglect or seen n rcNiucni 01 oriiumo for ijrars \
San rrniiclHco, Nov. ". Attemtlng + of the
stand and testified that he had lived tulminlstration'ti ship purchitHVbill inspection' ( of cubmarlncd., ., corning here from Springfield,
nclf-crucilUlon, n man according to the current Ohio. She .
In (Orlando for four gossip.Senator was one of the most highly
4 yearn, that he had
who gave his name its Thomas !known Brnddork of )Daytona, for several Kern, now the )Demorratlc iin.Mt THAT OUCII E: 11U esteemed ladies of the city, her sterling
,l It. Thornton CM u nod great con- 'floor leader and .
caucus chairman is } a '
iuallllos| causing nil who knew
months, that he had sold him theFord atM
IU1&IIIInlllllllg the
\ worshippers 4 car, that the car wait In good I likely to be l'1'dl'lll.n."ltl"nt pro temporc At the Lucerne I'hn rtt1IW>' tomorrow her to love her trrwitly.! She was u
at St. Inr)' Cathedral here to succeed Senator (.1111 k. This member of the Chri
condition. had handled I the Ragsd.'ile orchestra. >>f Kif- 'immre 1tsrr lndpphianthurchiiml |
+ )'t>Htt>rdtty, wheat with many cars <
n length would leave the floor ,
Iradcrshlp \
will\ furnMt was n devout Christian.
music h brtwwti !
car to Braddock, him bill unit oo'clock.
i of COIIII pipe In drove it fourInchnpikp + gave cant and I Senator Fletcher I t ';
uf .
b of salt for snow, cashed. check on Florida.Is Be stir to nttrn-l i thr nui"if Tim ilpcensi-d IK survival by 'her
through null instep itndnailiMl l September :21! wax at brother's harm' I being, Niottied for the latter |'ositliitt. ate nt this popular pharmacy and tons husband! 11 I,. II, I E). Hnrdy, who,. i U thevnlurl
+ .
of his .
out to the II.Mir.li ,
Senator Fletcher,
., neitr (Orlando on September :t"J! Want stippoifcd' (lie % III i I.e irpaiii many tin.."". rnrt'iiuui' or the Priuim'l" liti'lnbout
4 unused no cry of pain mid I ship purchase bill., Is
nn ardent advocate whom
we mutt not\ write, till In
to DrLvon Sittings' first saw I Braddock MISS MI SMI: i L; M\I: ,.
was i "
of tin pieslilpnt's' \ national le- |I. (to UH H* ,','e "f ,
atlltut, 'I i inMMIIIK; "; :: Pre-doVnl our fiutilly, pint the
car place, Ixiuttht It of rioililn \V. I. I. I., whoM
wrta uininoiivd by those t lu'iirI + fen.e policy, and, 1 has ,
it consist' (IPIIIH t"'l'l "rill.* 'Infill (IN known
hilt cousin, t.: It. 11 | t t.i
+ I 11,11|, + rj a M. mid (hat I he, || preside| nt 111",11111".
cut 'nnd+l effective thamplon' uf itdniln- For (r'lorMai 1111 fioin Inllmiile' dully Msi riiloii| | ,
sold I the car nt Daytona II. C. llryitn, 1"1111rlll""Y todityiHHliTiitn '. --- ----

.. I'Mito|h i wit pry'iii'i'i'Hiiiiiy llu splkrs'| (to use loose. H lutiii-t Ho +. brother" and I 1,:. !K.t Bryan, cousin| IPSIlllpil ', "ration. measure_______. "" and "nl'llIlo1.' I wind*, hilt the. illitnioiii, ,, | tin-dill' content' will lxllflll. Tht, iiliNfupilcft' will I b,.> cnhilui'li'd lit|
|this| Iesdlrnca
h IhU
S siihslanllallni nil (hat i II.: II. h --- -- t ''II'I'IIIII''h' '' (ruin nil! putts| 4.1II iiflpriiooii Hi :3 I

, +. 'vn' "will u'liio\i!he>d i-xuniliii'tl In n hospital HN In wluieK "hi* .+ Bryan 'had 1 mild Oilier) to 'u<*ilfy ON BRITISH MAN OF WAR I Instate, HIP entered ,,Ilia,,',, '"l'k iMiililim' by .Mr Will'him I li, '1', Hiriiwr| mid'

e.\1111) + \t eta Joslalt 1'v'rlls i (liny hurls! mid GENT VIllA TO GIVE BATTLE 'I tin dully sesslults will I-* opptipilnl i liilil IIt'itt ill
,ethers II o'clock' 'In HIM Inotiillii and! :ii lili'j'HWitO'l rvlnrlfiy' where her ninth'er
+ + + + + . . . + + -
,, Mr, f'It It....,IIIP I Lmlwui
The Jury wan it* follow'.: James 'dlld 'til I IIP Mfteriioon' who sled'

DeLniiey, foreman' ('III"I"* Hock, Si Sl\I (d't'iniiin OllUiTN Who. HroKf" On March From Ih'rrnu..lllu and Briefly (the. ii'i'triihi| 1 U not follow: 'In thi, city' nbout H year ago, ",..tit.

TEN HOT SAVAGE ROUNDS C. (H i. Lee, Henry Haillptt, Shelby,? !'awl&n' Ii kilt's nt tuIU Will (Clii-h, With Olt""IlU"" Tuesda)', 7'IO:: |I'i. in, addte..es" of r

Jpi'itlt'itn and McLean.KITCIIKNKIt < on it llrllhltVt NVnr; Niu-o, on the plenum II)' Judge T. I1. WUI1tlw nail FLORIDA LIST
others.Iednesday. LAJ5TINTHE
.Milwaukee, -r-"r;;: : "" Riversgust' : : COMTHSlfll. .: >/ !'&fl '1',.,"" I harderIVs.hington ( anti Thursday evening

Johnny Dundee tt hut tussle 'in New Mary HarrU Armour national tem- Washington Nov 8,
ritK.NTII: CHIKI'S York Nov. '8. -Gu tave SchoU Nov. 8. Private -Cotton ginned)

tan savage round tonight. but wan '0'_. .......,._. .__u. _. .. ,, dispatches perunre lecturer. recoinbed a. one CJI .flrior to -o\-emLep- -0---' 1_ _.mnnnt..._ ..,_..<.t t...
not quite good enough to hold the P rU.-Ixwl Kitchener British secretary 'Ft 'n.un) OJ 'nt! '\metlcan cation to the war and state departments the leading temperance speakers of 7.381,871 running bales, including d'j,,

bustling Italian to an even break..; for war before leaving for the at Havana reached) port today. say that Villa is on the march the United) States will address the 201 round bales, and! 55,358 bale of

The Scotch wop deserved the verdict Near East conferred with Premier It U his belief that the six German back from Jlermosilla, and will give convention, sea island the census bureau today

. because of hu per !latent: aggressive Briand Minister: of War Gallieni and I officer who broke parole and escaped battle to Obregon near the Texas bor- Friday evening a diamond medal announced.

ness. General Jotfre French commander in from Newport News in the )'aehttoErlipse" contest will be given by speakers Ginning by states:
chief. der.A from all parts of Florida who have Alabama 727,368.
JA1' STEAMKK ] are prisoners on a British telegram from General Davis
SUNK A GEK. silver
The above dispatch contains the previously won gold and grand Arkansas 444,908.
MAX SUBMARINE first hint of the war lord's route to man of war. American and foreign Douglas reports that Villa is only 25 : gold medals under the leadership of Florida 40,389.

the Orient. It probably bears out the embassies of various Central American miles west of Agua Prieta. Mrs. Etta B. Mendenhall, of Tampa Georgia 1431290. -

Tokio.-The Japanese steamer Ya- impression in London that his missionis countries have been canvassedfor Army officers believe that a fight superintendent of medal contests. Louisiana 272379.

sunk sakuni Maru 5,118 tons gross was to co-ordnate the work of the gen- them, but no trace of the fugitives between Obregon and Villa for the Daily business sessions, the state Mississippi 584,069.

by a German submarine near eral staffs of the allied armies. can be found. The president Miss Minnie E. Neal, in the North Carolina 408,056.
Gibraltar last appearanceof mastery of northern Mexico will
week. The take
captain and chair will be held, beginning at 9 Oklahoma 171,229.
crew reached shore a British cruiser outside of Havana
safely. New picture moulding for framing. three place near Naco. a. m. and 2 p. m., open to all. The South Carolina 772,481.
Yasakuni Maru arrived weeks ago gave rise to the sup- This being near the border General is
at Gi- Bring your pictures to Curtis & public cordially invited to attend Tennessee 146,869.
i bralt4r October 23. O'Neal book and music store. sunk position and that the officers the yacht had been Funston has gone to that point to prevent these: and all other exercises of the Texas' 3345566.

recaptured. firing into American territory. I convention. All other states 40,267.

L 1 \ \1 ION \|. 111-:
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DAILY -rOHIl'\1. MKII.ISiilihnl : : \-

South Florida Sentinel : Humid. ft man and hi* wife have SEED BURNING

fttttill rttrh I box": Th ,-It"l'uI'P'IIItIf111f\,," ..r the
MOttING. AND mini UM'p'''n tn the ) I
4' ft.I .. .U/II:"' / vmttlVKdltot. . . I( the>' hale a I'it iik. uocnitiit chmilil) lllrtoiluil ",,1"w
'IM t M' M; < ii'ik,
Or ) I titling, 'II
old Imvr the checking |i.thilege" IIt'h'n IIn.1 n.'Ui 'itvvl l u.in I our Ml ul't'S I' nu
.rilinulil, I ''m' i
lni\ \
tlrt.h4.. rk'" "'\It'h\' ,\ 'III\ ) .
; It' Iha. i.'.'tom." It' the wife) handletil this lucttlity I tKtuutU'ilami. lifting: "*. .'d l lNfvy >
the (
.auld| imtti or $illl'f.011'4.1
.. M M..R.I I (',!_ Mail "tI""', Mr: *. IMeu LluUe |Un>i' 'l'tuglel' & ', tlumigh tlu inlimm*. of I hi"* P"l't'" tlwt \u fresh gootl 1 stool(
= lie m nr>'? l lint burning thorn mnKv\ .Iouh'l *uu' >'oiiUl. gtt
"I''I'\'Iti'", I'flllN KA1WV ; written an !'ItHful I'Id, ,, H* An urigliml' 1if s intinri gooil thins therefoie sell th.'II'
..... ".. ..."...... II .WIt 'I'huuuh 11'1'11' 1111"'l'n t mt4Mr ''Ml.\ N tlnw mmhanU' don't u\ro Very math about their reputation,
I'-U.. A I M.Iha r ", ... . ..". .,..,.." .. I Ftl his ulijpct.. Uo Interest remains in'vlautil.te > founder and vlce-president| ; M
1"11.iit.$t,. I ....",t- . . ., .".,.".,...,. I..* would' lie IIto ; *. ForJice Jluntington 1 Rogers: old told unreliable eeil.
.. ., .,. . . .,., . ,.UNwl,1l. I" and we
PMI, I M..d'' " " readers on what then .Kala, Flu,, sH Detroit, :Mich, a* an Italian Ilye Seed. lb.____J2 1.2e i

.. . ...... .. .. .. .. n.O ,ear from our vke-
I Villi' . _, ----or- eXIerhmc has been. (.t ii1'ina11ie member founder and I White Bermuda Onion Seed lb,_$2.'J.: :>

." IiVl\IIlClUrTlONIl PAYABUC INTO A mun-a good man holding ably a ?resident. White Bermuda Onion Seed. 1.2 lb.____$1,23:
APVAMCR Seed lb._$150 to $'.5O
, high professional julj -takes hu: pay Cabbage ,
ADYERThiftatli envelope home every Saturday nighttnd II,\\'E YOU P.Ml) OUR 11C'FNSE" Ddarf Essex Ra>e, lb_lOc

C !.. 4iaplar *n4 all .tb.r k* 4-Ml hands: every penny of it over to Turnips Seeds, lb_30c to GOc
l4frtUU*" ...* k.-hand.** !. .l th. k..i.e back only a small This means automobile and occupation English Peas qt-____ 25c:
. .itliiJl. ,M t.Ut.r .k.. I p. a.u. his wife receiving
.1b. 8
.fee.. J.T ktl.r. lAtlictttMv. T.... rnU applies allowance for his personal needs: liesift licenses* If not you had better Sun Flower Seed, lb_10e
U UftrUhU eh*****..fur* will MBtract k. trictly.4rti. adhered, U.l U.it henpecked either. lie just knows ;et busy and see Tax Collector W. E. (Florida grown)

---- --- and that his wife :Martin at his office in the court house.
isn't manager
tie a
d&CODdDued I
Subscriber desiring The sentinel Criminal court will be in session this
notify the office in .writing on is-so he seeks the greatest efficiency. stock call.
tnould bulbs m give us a
ha date of expiration, othjnrbe it will rats.until be. In many cases it is the man who I meek and you have no license to do We carry all kinds of flower ,
oBtlaoed at the regular lubocription without license, which has I
Telepune notice fiiaab to atop.e ,u...r<.<.r.nd................. I' ?jives handles the wife the a fixed remainder.allowance Usually, whileh ] I: been'business due ever since the first of Octo- : L. :DEA.UTl'le .

of ber.t Orange county's genial tax collector -
>NO\EMUEU 9, 1915: ie expects her to keep an account
the houeshold expenditures-which iswise is anxious to save you some Drug; and Reel Mlll"PROPRIETOR
and he tells the Sentinel that
and nonej
two weeks since it insures system promotes
Thanksgiving is just A
economv. But does he, in turn delinquents are coming in slow.
off. and word to the wise is sufficient.
---0- ender to her an equally accurate CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

Orlando and Orange county realtyis letailed accounting of the part of the
which he manages' FVKMEKS I STITt.TESFarmers'
steadily climbing. family income doesn'twork FLORIDA
Yet it is a poor rule

too o late to mend, but both ways; and in a partnership institute will be held at LAi
It never
is of seem to think it's too both should be in ormed.-McKees- \popka! December 13, and at Ocoee ____ _ n

earlj.some: us port Times. o he::erestmg following programs day. and There all will interested be in- I I Pansy Plants, RoseBushes A. B. Cook & Co.

Time is money, so o they say but the .\1.1. TilE UOKLI1 STILL ire expected and urged agricultural to attend. Petunia 1 Christ Building, Orlando. I

people in this section are busy makinginstead LONrS A LOVER apt C. II Baker, county the i Siernons' MiUinerv ,
is especially interested in I
that romanceis gent .
of borrowing it. n n't. lou ever believe Plants
that are not raising I success of these meetings.
o is dying out; you I BUILDING MATERIALS

Let's put runners instead of wheelson your boy or girl to be a lover. INVESTMENTSWe
PARK NOTES 1 L.\DIES HATS Leave jour orders here INCOME
the same consuming WINTER
our autos--then we can't fall into The tender passion is
like a furnace- CHILDREN'S HATS
holes" in our streets. fire-roaring
first cele- Mrs. J. A. Trovillion is expectingher develop vacant properties: and
o that it has been since poets sister, Mrs. II. C. Stiff, and daughter \Ve offer a choice selection of : handle notes and mortgages yielding
be soaring in ardent lyrics.
Drugs are reported to brated it .violet Dell Florist !
arrive soon from !.00 $3.00,
and they are trying to get a corneron Perhaps it would be more modernto Miss Edith Missoula, to Montana, for Ladies Velvet Hats at $ p guaranteed income.

Quinine. What de we care. Have say "scorching like a high-powered their home in $4.00, $3.00, $6.00. I
for it here, machine," for love's old sweet song their first visit to Florida. I J. M. CARUTHERSPhone INTERESTCOLLECTED
anyway. PAID AND
no use Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up. TAXES
and con-
territory I
o Executed By stretches over gasoline more than it did in Rollins' College one of the good Our styles are so good-and our 509. 408 South Lake 8t FOR CLIENTS
Robbers more '
Mexican sumes will
and schools of Florida has an interesting are so reasonable that you
of Paul prices
PosseS-headline. There will be exe- the simple romping days
lot of information in its October bul- 'find our store the best place in the
all the time if they got all the Virginia.
cuting overworked president-a letin which will be acceptable to people !city for millinery. e
robbers in Mexico. Take our
friends at the insti-
o somewhat solitary, serious-minded having The young"outlook for the year," Siemens Millinery

There is no shortage of munitionsof man-and the sunny-natured woman the tution.bulletin treats with, and it is indeed I Hear thesagsaaie
Are they not demon-
war in the camp. who said yes Store
Miami Metrop
What they need is more men.-N. Y. strating that there is a joy even in a good I

World. later life surpassing the golden refulgence olis. I nLJ.

Now that--a the hunting season is Going of to these New October York to days get*the ring FOR SALE! \\1 urcnesira(

whichis the ball in
taking in game
drawing nigh it is a question on Friday; ?

the safer occupation being a guideto Philadelphia on Saturday; motoringover second floor. Lot 154 feet f'ont on
a city sportsman or a soldier in to Baltimore to see his folks on Mj residence corner north containing Orange Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
the difference in the and Robinson avenues I arranged, and sprayed by underground -
Europe. Sunday-where's Library, Reception Room, Den, Sew- Wednesday
o ecstatic prenuptial experience of this ing Room, Dining Room Kitchen sjstem and log cabin playhouse -

There is a two per cent. discounton year of our Lord and the rapturous the on Pantry first, floor Grocery, with Room bath Lavatory and a sleeping : all- Large, etc.garage Will sell furnished or unfurnished 2 to 5 P. M.
in engaged" in
state and county taxes if paid system of "beoing with eleven windows .
apartment .. 11-i-lm
Take advantage of this ? + \ on
No\ember. long ago ant seven c 1
discount now. It's the same heart-warming pro-
o cess, beloved The tens of thousands ] P. DOW Lucerne PharmacyPhone

The Orlando Reporter-Sentinel is a who cheered and blest the happy couple -

very substantial and readable news- on their way showed that they No. 2 Orlando, Fla.

paper. Tampa Tribune. \\hichmoans know and approve of the unerring:

that there are two such news- marksmanship of the little tike attired

metropolis. how and arrows, when they
in Orange County's in

papers o see it.-Detriot Times.o Hot Shot for Buyers! I-

That little old Frisky Frisco Fair I

has earned .S1.. ".!.uum'u.nu jet- some .1.1I I .,. acres (stock' land 1 ) close 1 bj, per acre----------------$1300uu II 1 _ I

people howl there ain't no money in A Poem For The Day I 80 acres on like per acre____--______ ______.___________$2000 I Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .

the world. I Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne________ ________$115000 I .

o -)11' Several Lots north of Lake Eola___-__________________$25000 PAID UP
Tribune the O II DID yOU DIE? Our Buyers." Leave
The Tampa gave Our Motto thin year is "Bargains Only For T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.

S. foot ball team a good send off be- Did you tackle the trouble that came the terms to meOrlando t I ORLANDO FLORIDA

cause they lost to II, II S. Saturday jour: way
12: to 0. With a resolute heart and cheerful Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
of i
Or hide your face from the light
--0 Real Estate Co.

An Illinois judge has declared the With day a craven heart and fearful"* ::1 Florida and Western Meats
trouble's a ton or a trouble'aan E. B. BRADLEY
law to be unconstitutional. Oh, a
ounce, PHONE 301 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game. Etc.
In other words a fool has a I 12 WATKINS BLOCK
what make it;
Or trouble is you :
right to give his money away if he And it a isn't the fact that jou're hurt I Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town OrdersPHONES

wants to. that counts, I1 Business 135 P. O. BOX u6
o But only how did you take it! { Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

The announcement that Thomas You're beaten to earth Well, well 1I'
Edison and Nihola Tesla may receive what's that \\1
Come with a smiling face;
Xoble indicates that Europe is up
prizes fall down
It's nothing against you
looking to us for other contributions
besides war munitions.-X. Y. World. But to lie there-that's disgrace! FERTILIZERFresh The 14 rket
o The harder )'ou're thrown, why, the
higher you bounce;
The Sentinel more than once has Be proud of jour blackened eye, OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

railed attention to its increased advertising I' It isn't the fact that jou're licked shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
and does so again that counts.
for two reasons patronage, viz: First, because it It's how you fight, and why! just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

is indicative of better business condi- And though you be done to death, Kept under the pest sanitary conditions.
Get now. I
tions, and second, because the advertisers what then! yours Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I
battled the best you could;
believe in The Sentinel as an you in the worldof and pure.
If played jour part
advertising medium. you men, 'I ow"" I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. haee

o Why, the Critic will call it good.eath Orlando Seed & t'roduce.0.. >erj thing in the Meat Line. .
1) comes with a crawl or comes

drawing Do you nigh realize and that the prophesies the winter are is And with whether a pounce he's slow' or !'prv. 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 Ii! I KL AdC. Self & Co. '

not jet ripe. Up to date, nobody has I:t isn't the fact that jou're dead that
been able to figure out whether it die* IiI
But onbhow did you Ii I
will be the open or shut kind. The -C. t. Cooper. in Grand Forks
squirrels are up and down the trees (N, D.I\ Herald. I

some of them are covered with fur, -0- I

while of them haven't got fur JlDC.tSHIL ECHNC.E IN , 111I1 It
some I II I ,' I MM , II II MMIIM and LifeA
enough to speak about. OSCEOLV COUNTY \ Quality, Smartness Long

Oftentimes---0-the most discouraging! When the circuit court convenes The Customers FirstStudying i SILVER GLIDEA -

criticism is received at home, the' very here on November :2"!:?. Judge George COMFORTABLE RIDE-

last place from which it should come V\, Perkins will not preside. In his and striving to meet them is the sameas IN A CHALMERSFOR
and it will be Judge Whitney, of Arcadia :: YOUR needs ourselves
As a flower loves the dew, as stead Our business is not to serve
turns its face to the sun, so the soul judge of the tenth judicial cir- first-but studying last.our'own The needs results through which we profit are the results SALE-Buiclf Car in fair running' condition; new

seeks appreciation and yearns for cuit. Judge Whitney is disqualified that bring you to us. That is why we must think of }'ou- I tires, top and windshield; also one twin cylinder Indian '

sjmpathj. No one can do his best to serve in a number of cases in his and serve jou ability are not things that we can consume Motorcycle, for cash.
work unless there is some one who believes own court and the two judges: have Our facilities our them. You are the consumer of

in him. Encouragement: is the agreed to make this exchange of: what, we But produce you can If consume we are to buy what we wish or do obli-the

best known tonic. It strengthens the benches....:..Kiimmee Valley Gazette. things we wish we must be successful That makes our first

soul as well as the body. Then never gation to 'ou-our patron. not assumed. It is genuine
Your importance to us is STATIONFreeman
be afraid oh, woman, of being children too. You'll pay hear me a to man advertise say "No.as it appeals itdoesn't Our success is greater as our service to you is better. AUTO WASHING
of husband or
lavish of praise "
small a class of people.
to too Co.
If a loved one does somethingwell And vet when the same man loses The Co-Operative Produce i

do not be afraid to say so, or his bunch of keys he rushes to the V. D. Phillips, Mgr

if you must criticise, do it gently.novingly newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447
he knows that in the whole ; ; EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 223.THE .
the same time showing
l at
wide world there is only one person t
believe he can do bet. be influerced oy his 1111I 11111 II
4 ter.him that you "Lost"who can ad.possibly Contradictory, isn't it? 11111 11111 11111.11111 11111 11111 III II 11111

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Comforts TII BIG STORE Comforts

Elegant line of patterns Beautiful all silk top made.
pure white cotton silk borders, of. Mai"'h (cotton full size. x-
extra special. i.j -pt-ii.il

$3.48 Visit Our Store And See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Showing. $3.98


You Will Find What You Want Among These Items!



'\ prices New SUITS to merchandise prove supremacy at Uf III i: ii A A II SUIT Wonderful events One of of the the SALE greatest season.

of our values., Thin! Ladies': Suits in black

lot representing and! Ptttttrtont the"bll'latent . Y You Cannot Do Belter e II T Than Boy Your Y S Suit'I Here H fur and!trimmed I1npcrgl'E', futln, lined sonic

$25.00 TheSclection is Exceptional..There Are Broadcloths, Mixtures Poplins, $15.00EXCEPTIONAL

Worsteds Fur Trimmed Suits in fact late
Gabadincs Serges, --- every

novelty is included.



Crepe de Chine 40 inches wide black white and LINEN pure bleached heavy Irish Linen,
; _________
navy a regular $1.50 quality at $1.23 damask beautiful patterns $1.50 quality, $1.18

Silk Poplin 40 inches wide black navy browns per hemmed dozen huck size 17x34 regular______lOc.____quali______83c
blue, ---------------
Copenhagen and Tan regular I $1.25
quality __________________________________$1.19 $1.39TABLE large double bed size Marseilles
$1.25 quality _____________________ $1.00
Black Taffeta Silk special soft Chiffon finish, 36
__________ Scrim, 36 inches wide, white, cream and
inches wide $1.50 quality -------- $1.18 15 cent quality _______________________lOc

Black Taffeta Silk 36 inches wide beautiful soft CRETONE, 36
wide large range of colors and
finish with a high sheen $1.25 quality ________98c patterns ----------------_______________12%=c


\' Have You Taken Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur

full line of
StockI Wives tell your husbands: ; husbands" tell your Ladies' Fall and
Winter Shoes are
I I winlIost beautiful showing of Trimmed in. We have a com-
plete line of every-
I ? are showing the newest effects in themost Hats ever shown in Orlando; unsurpassed any thing. ,
i ''\i
where for style quality and value. .
refined garments.
,1 New {
Why pay double for copies of our hats else-
\ Correct in every important detail. In fact
S they're fashions latest offerings to men of That's
\ ..
Ct. $i dress distinction. We must add just this noL I Goodn ,

,' bettered tailored garments can be shown at any .ec-nn.+r
Ladies Silk Hose, Black, Tan and some Fancy Colors. I
a\* price.
these are odd lob of our regular $1.00 hose,
I Ladies' High Button and lace shoes in patent
t I special to clean up at I ;un metal and kid with cloth and dull kid tops.
I ;n LET US SHOW YOU!' I II Also full line of Ladies' high and low heel
I Iv I. i pumps just received. ,
+ Come in and see for yourself.:
N j I cts.
All the Latest Styles 69
The Prices Are Within
In Stock
Reach of All


The Yowell-Duckworth Co.




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:Mr. and :Mrs. George H. Noxon, of :
Auburndale, stopped off in Winter I

i I Park for some hours yesterday'; to

Winter Park News\ I visit their son, James Xoxon, one of Our
I the i>oular members of the sophomoreclass Grocery DepartmentWe

at Hollins.Ir.. Noxon. Sr., continued -
his journey yesterday afternoon -
and will spend the next week or

Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe ten:Mrs.days Noxon in Mississippi will stop at on Cloverleaf business. take pleasure in announcing that we

until the return of her husband.

Town And Rollins College Till' : GREAT: GAME have added to this section of our store aifrUptoDate

Next Saturday the Rollins eleven
I'.UKING( HEASON() 111'1NSTuf.11"' : .. IH.) in DM ADDItttPSKS/ ) UlUTMllltlLV . will play the team from Southern f'nllepe

I IN WINTKIt: 1'AHK UAlll I : hh the Wat I I gridiron. Thl! I U

The rllHntuklhK| nertson for \\ Inft I The regular Ineetlne tlf the I'ort- one' of t the hIt attllle wf the 1'1t,011> ,

( Park pehs tltlllt). 1'ha fruit will I jliitthtljr t'lubtit! held nl the home( 1t..JI... U lieiht, ; Imikpil, forward. lo dlr. the

tie funked tijr, tilt'( Wilder( i'alk Fruitctittmti.vt nf Mro... C. Il.I) t ihlow; last evfltlti, (the llnllitm ,l'ii.V' With cnn. ..",lipralili| liilpip \-,
| Ih Itic, liinnp l.e"l klumti' it< jplHicljirtl ffitlUle ut the ucfrtoiiiii, lip. ",l. Fdnilliplli I h klHtrtli (tll hate it

: | Illit jilt PMfPitllitljr. !:! IlilPlpslllik, ,\: ititillP49. fnti l leant till frpftr, and the litilliiioflpVpli
.rutIAt't I. ( \ \ flinit Ilus I'eriy' f\ll'4iII Miil piutp' ; ''tI t hagiapartuit itlili', Ml "I tlP III'ess Of' tit.h"It'II''''," cpVPlitl' tacks, M 4I Ii"eartltig' \ a. fast MPLBTEPBLICATESSBNDepartment

' IIIII l I- III l't dl"pt..n.l' ofdr I Hi, H jlltl:, whit has a|1,1tJ|| )pars t"I"1i tin. t till lH'aaM: : | ,
-i, after whlclh, it- amid. .!"* itli 1"1.1' ,lathe eItnttlug filii llfp, Itrtl'lN' anti tij..IIIH\s: \ - -- -
orange, Hint+ I 'IftltlJl'llmt:! flHi4|' sill Hof I I HIt "Iwi"ntetitli dealit, ,\ +g with it Kill \\ItiP\! II.\n\ lUlUtiT I
liP pat'kinl l. Thp ""prrlIjjrtbun crmipiesc MhjtctMtlt which Itw i ili thoroughly Miilll't
h.." ,i" Iurdl"""" icy f1. Ti N"I..uII, I fanti.tr!| and not in which he tales
tH'er far Wm, Wein. rt & t'I)., of the deepest| interest, and| hid Mily s \ numlier of telephone girls of the
""IIII..I IIhi", and wilt l lit> distributed coiitiaioidin1y| clear and interesting Orlaiulit :telephone company gave a
li) tht-in. to those \\huere bo fortunate as to I.I II surprise party last evening for Miss
The Winter Park Fruit company, hear him. hazel Hay wood!, on Wttt Central ave-
which was organized some few )'ears I nue. The guests presented her witha under expert management. All kinds of

ago, an.l which constructed the building I IJASKET HALL MEETING birthday hook in which they hud!

later purchased and occupied by written their names as a token ..t)
| A called meeting of all Hollins men Cooked Meats Smoked Meats Hams
the Exchange, has I been' reorganizedand interested in basket ball was held yesterday their esteem. A delightful e\t>ninu: ,
will cater to the trade of those I was enjoyed, music being rendered,
who have not into the afternoon at Lyman gymnasium time ill. I j Sausages etc. etc. Baked Beans Spagetti,
growers come a good number attending. The and a general good indulged Tongues, ,
Citrus Exchange organization. This A three course luncheon was served.
basket ball
j formation of a Rollins for
does not mean that the Exchange will | team was discussed pro and con by Those present were the Misses Agnes a feature. Orders taken
have to go out of business or seek Morgan, Sallie Thompson, Luc-ik
iC. W. Greene, physical director, Prof.
new quarters, for the managers of the :Morgan, Marguerite Chase'; Grace
Palmer, football coach, and Ray :Martin -
organization are expecting to do one | Hodges, Edith Rose, Flora Hodjre:
promoter of the team. It was decided -
of the best year's business in local that in case a sufficient numberof and Edna Arnold. All Kiiitts l Sala
history. It does mean, however, that
men can be interested in the mat- "
those growers who for one reason or ATTRACTIVE' WINDOW
ter, the men will commence practicenext
another have not come into the organization -
Monday. There is a great deal
will be able to have their fruit The Peoples National Dank has an Attention to
of first class material to choose from Potato Salad Always on Hand. Prompt
handled local
by packers. attractive display arranged
and leaders hope to produce a team of I
for the W. C. T. U. convention in Or- Orders.
which the college will tie proud. Special
CHHlSTJ.XSSOCLTIOXS lando this week. The window is elaborately \ -
The regular weekly meetings of the II nOLl.IS'ES"EI SEUVICKAn decorated in white satin rib-

Rollins Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. attractive service was bons and bows. In the center of the We Solve The Problem of "What To Eat." '
A. will be held this evening. Ur. E. vesper window is a bottle of whit-Key." One
it!. Hyde will address the members of held Sunday afternoon at the collejre. drink is poured out and beside it is a Contracts Taken For Large Parties. '
A number of hymns were sung by the "
the men's organization.The "chaser. A black raven is lookingat
audience at the opening of the exer-
Y.V.. has i \'itldIrs.. Herbert the whiskey filled glass and a white
.cises. Following this, Dean Knyart
Halverstadt to attend an informal I ribbon attached to the raven reads:
read and two from "I'arsi-
scenes one
tea which is to be held at Cloverleaf "Quoth the raven, never more." On
fat," outlining in most striking and
tomorrow afternoon, at which : a the other side is: "This drink of whiskey -
time plans for the annual bazaar will! entertaining manner the latter scene. t sells for 15 cents. Fifteen cents
be discussed. Last year the Associa- The entire program, but most especially -I a day is not much, but the samei WednesdayTerminates
the delighted
readings greatly
tion raised one hundred dollars I i money deposited in our savings bank ,
both students and faculty, and it is
through the bazaar and the general department for twenty years amountsto
chairman, Mrs. Hiram Powers, and toped that the dean can be persuadedto over $1,100, which you can enjoyin I-
continue these interesting services
other otTicials hope to make an even 'the autumn of life. "
greater success of the work this sea- throughout the year. Our Remarkably
funds thus raised will be usedin Roller polo tonight, November 9th.
part to help pay the expenses of Contractor Hunter began work yesterday Admission lOc. 1-11-9-ltc , Successful Sale"Children's
the little Cuban girl whom the organization upon the erection of a handsome -
Advertise in the Morning q
rescued from the streets and bungalow for Arthur Schultzon
placed in the Ensminger Mission the latter's lot at the corner ofNew

school at Tampa. England and Interlachen a>'e- MISS MAY HARDAWAY
ue.s. The building is to be handsomely LA

WIXTmtUli NOTESIra finished, and will be fitted with I PUIILIC STKNOnilAl'IIKK Days"If

nil modern conveniences, making: an WIXTKK PARK, .TLA..
Kigdon: nnd family are recent attractive[ addition to this select residence -
arrivals in Winter Park and are making section of Winter Park. After
: their home on New England: avenue the completion' of the bungalow itself
in the llenkel property. Illinois the ground \\ill be put in first class :SchnilHulhUnK.. Phone 100 i YOU are wise-we think you are-you

i I" their native state, but they are inpe.

milking: Florida 'their home fur the .\li Work Nenlly' and Arrumtrljr' Done ItlEy ,t:,:'" ,'( i will take advantage of the
I'PlIl'fit' df MM. Itlgdiiii'n: health II r.lllgd"n HAND COM) ":lra'1' OKLANDO I ) tJs r you every
1 linn twit iimiwtdl,I with the Ut'R.5 lirtj
bunking lnnlne"!* In HllnnU. fur sat fItV"The a "Winter-""t'ell Hutnluy Pnik-Orlniulu iiftpriiiion' Imnd at ttiHint, No. :it, "HthulH' lll.ltf. r on tlll'S t 4I'tJiolrllt 1 low prices ruling all over the store on
rhtl Peers niiil will upend piiine lime ll tlH l too _
Cola: .pillk, OlliUidi A large I'MtttdtlphiM
UiN Inter liMikiiitf' fur ftiliitp suitable' Dr. C. W. Fain cwi l
ft and) the, t'tilifpll (iriiVpd Inp Fabrics...Accessories and Garments
( \ fur Ins put input in I the utttiipIIIMH hush; '
I. a HKTPM in ""t't'It) lilt) '
III hint bitt.Ilr IH'.N'IIHI'Offlr : "'
illlnii, Vli'lur ('nlltpf, 1'lpltt'lh'k'
\\' .rd, hint Hit MmllnPIP t , t Today and Tomorrow" .Many prices we quote are
Jlllhlll ,
It ) / Iliiumi M In 1 13:: 2 lo 3:i.
A, I', 11m"liP I', nf 11tillan.l'
I the \Vtl'"lKP |Path (roan\ Mini. hush part I
,,111.111'" beau ntlllitf\ the 1''I.h..t' . C, WINTi'.K I'AIIK nA.
]In the t'oiu'tiit. below actual cost today.
M. I'adiMt. nutnr of. tlin (Cliuitlt. of
thud( .OiUitdo.. ;; : invite all meinliers ofiu

)+ church to attend' the teivictti FALL STYLESIN
which are held in that city. Preaching -

service U At IU30; a, in., i Sunday\ Can You Afford o.Neeleel .
school at 2:30 p, m., and in the evening : .
a union service is held at the

Pentecostal church Walk-Over ShoesFall The O Oppor1uni1y..e Think Nolg.

Mrs. R. J. Butts, of Sanford, who
has beenisiting her sister, Mrs. J.
and Winter Fabrics In
C. Vick, of Winter Park, for the past
two weeks, returned home Sunday. I
Royal and International TailoringAt "Turn backward Turn backward -

Miss Lucy Osborn Searle has arrived the New Winter Oh Time in %
Store Park Fla. your t I ) ; S
in Winter Park from Springfield -
)Massachusetts and expects to ,

spend a portion of the season here. W. H. SCHULTZ f
mflight 7 me a child again
Miss Pearl Hunter, one of the attractive "
teachers in the Sanford Winter Park FloridaHMMMMIilllliimiMIMM tonight. ,

schools, spent Sunday with her par- ,
---- -- --'- -- --
ents in this city.II. u .

W. Caldwell, of Oxford, North In this case however please 1-e 11Jr 7.tJJ. 1t-.

Carolina, is expected to arrive in iiJ !
Winter Park Auto Co. rl rtl fmt/--'
Winter present Park week.about the middle of the make it during the day--we J--:., fl, -"I1 hfftd'fflJlftU);,t !r"

tPi .,J1t-fl tI
MrL I \ O. \Vn hi and tnI..\' ilnueh shall expect you.DicksonIves. "
;hf Mltlr="
let Will\ leUllh to, Winter Park tmte)' >
front Milton's I lnKiitfl1" | tit Oilfliul.tMff .. -
-- ----- -- --- --
>, (', htFntty Iii fIltl.Pt'Itttl' Iii At"=

i\"f1 t> niii tl"11NI"thhiet.I, Veiwiw,! Repairing, Painting and Auto
.If ppaitd' the' season in Winter t 1'arK-
SuppliesOPEN Co

0, if, Mufbj and' K;, W, 1' c"ar.t
were latest of Judge! WalUce itt

taiUantl lIunday,

DAY AND NIGHT HOrla do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.
Mr C. If Morse is expected 1 in Winter

Park Friday of this week from

Chicago . . . . . MitlMMIIIiiil . . . . . IMIMil . . . t .



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afflicted sisters of the East to fight == *.;:: : :::JLM ..IOA"ClE:
for "freedom. She says she likes her Favorite 0: J

I'I I (Mmtto! nrirty ranch best when she gets away and
thinks of it. "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
+ Ton.\Y'S rilOCiRAM

Wash.liss Reah M. Diamond. "The Burglar's Baby."
A drama in two
SOCIETY CALENDAR ing over the Atlantic Coast Line from parts.
Whitehead successful in
now a judge Majestic. "His Return." ll 11
Tuesday, November 9. New York where they have been Seattle, began her business career as Falstaff." "Dot on the Day Line

W. C. T. U. state con\ention. spending some time. a stenographer in a law office in her Boat.Four Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make an estimate -
i good reels of Mutual movies.
Sorosis Club, Current Topics, Mrs. +
home town. She was inspired to Five cents all. free on your
Christ; Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Rush, and .i I The following cards have been issued study law at nights. Finally she was to
Mrs. Lartigue.
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Thos. : admitted to the bar and became a law The Watch
want ad's the thin .
tL: Brodwater, hostess. | "Friday, November 12th, 6 p. m., clerk and then in a modest way beganto
'f Ladles' Aid Society. Highland Grove. | is the date. Chicken pilau party, followed try cases in court. So successfulwas Ring orJewelry El
I i by pleasing entertainment,
she that before long she became
St. James
Lawton-Berke wedding,
| which comes the usual dance.
Catholic church, 8 a. m. deputy prosecuting attorney, which
Meeting of Equal Suffrage League, !Only club members and their lady are office she held through two adminis- Howell, osteopathic physicianand .
Unity Chapel 10 a. m. j expected to attend. We surely want trations. surgeon, announces that he has o It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine 0f
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney, hostess for Entre J to be present. Come. S. Y. Way, returned from Harvard
Nous Club. I you i University, your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also
j V. W. where he took post graduate work in
W. C. T. U. convention.Mrs. president; secretary. FIRST CLASS Parisian Dressmakerand
eye, ear nose and throat diseases. needs care and attention at our place.
Seth Woodruff entertains at + designer. Will take engagement Also physical diagnosis (nerves
bridge, 3 o'clock. ,MISS MARGARET HART WAS RE. by day, or at home. Tremont heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera -. EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
Cycle tea, Ladies' Aid Society, Baptist -, hotel. 11.96tSEMIANNU.IL I
j ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ), and electrotherapy and contagious -II I
church. II
j I ROSALIND CLUB diseases. Office, Cheney building I
"Julia Lathropand
Unity Circle, topic, I APPORTIONMENTOF opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-
Hood.the Children's Bureau," by Mrs. I At the Rosalind Club yesterday afternoon ONE-MILL STATE phone: Office 617; residence 1018. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

Thursday, November 11. i the annual business meeting SCHOOL TAX ,
Auto ride for W. C. T. U. visiting del ,I was held. Miss Margaret Hart was :i:16. d1
egates. ire-elected president; Mrs. Harry L. Tallahassee, Fla.-The state super- [O]=_

Informal Club, Mrs.reception C. B. Robinson at the, hostess.Rosalind I I Beeman, vicepresidentliss Ada intendent of public instruction an- SKATING
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Bence, hostess. I Bumby, secretary, and Mrs. Geo. R. nounces the semi-annual apportionment RINK
Friday, November 12. 'I Newell, treasurer. Mrs. Newell's reelection of the 1-mill state school tax to IF YOeRE A BIT HANDY
Mrs. DeWitt Miller entertains Nullos WITH A BRUSHyou
marks the thirty-second ,
I year the various counties of the state. The
Annual Club. Country Club opening, dinner : she ha"ingheld that office since the amount for this semi-annual appor- can, for a very small cost brighten -
dance. j j I organization of the club. tionment is $1 7,288.49. $123..'>80.35 -. .. F 1 H. up your home, renovate old furniture -
Y + + has already been placed to the creditof l I etc. Our paints, enamels, varnishes -
AT "TIlE RUSHES" LAST NIGHT; i WOMEN:\' TIlE NEWS the counties with their respective November 1st to 6th i ; stains, etc., come to you ready

"The Rushes," the delightful sum-1 i, Hoopeston 111.-Because she was portions as shown below. Some of I ; for use with full directions on every
mer camp of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rush, I too strenuous in her endeavors to rid the counties have not yet received TilE "FRANKS' : 1 can. We supply you with brushes
on Lake Conway, was the scene last t the town of night prowlers Mrs. theirs for the reason that they have also. Let us fill your wants in the

evening of a pretty kitchen shower I i Agnes Frisinger, the police matron not submitted their proper reports. paint line.
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and supper in honor of Miss Willie || and moral guardian of lloopeston, Of the counties already apportioned,
Person and Mr. W. L. Tilden, who are || must find new fields to conquer. The Hillsborough receives the largest LADY SKATER IN THE pair Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C:*

to wed ths season. As Mr. W. C. Es- j women of the town are making fightto share in the amount of $13,533.73; WORLD i 205 S. Orange Avenue

sington's birthday fell yesterday, the j j have her retained, although she with an average attendance of over I COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
event was also observed. Many use- was dismissed by vote of the city 10,000 pupils in the public schools. DON'T MISS HER[ RUSSIAN i
ful and humorous presents were be- council. It is said that the mayor One of the other largest counties,
stowed upon Miss Person and Mr. Til- was going home late at night when he Duval, has not yet made its report, i

den, and Mr. Essington came in for was stopped by the policewoman, who and is not credited in this statement 1
his share. Mr. LeRoy B. Giles actedas was hiding. After rigidly questioning with its porion of the tax. MATINEE FRIDAY AND I

master of ceremonies and Mr. Rush I him: the le; Ivm go. But the The amount of this tax has SATURDAY, 3.30 CAREY HANDFUNERAL

officiated in bringing in the numerous ,mayor was let down light. She caused crease over that of the last year. in-I I

gifts. A most delightful buffet sup- the resignation of two police officers, amount apportioned in \ ADMISSION 10 CENTS
per was served. Those present were I I including the chief. With a flashlight 1914, was $132,893.38, and the next I DIRECTORAND
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush, Mr. and ||and a gun she went sleuthing at night semi-annual apportionment inlay,

Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. W. i and she rattled the bones of many 1915, was $101,152.00. EMBALMERAll \

M. Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Essington family skeletons. Partial apportionment of the semi- GRANDTODAY

the Misses Ada Bumby, Florida + annual apportionment of 1-mill tax:

Howard, Willie Person, Mary Robinson New York.-Miss Rose Bower, the Average Appor-
and Messrs. M. B. Ives, W. L. suffragist leader, who finishes her Counties. Attendance. tionment. calls answered Promptly Dayor
Alachua _uu._ 5,588 $ 7,543.80: Y
Tilden, and P. II. Gaskins of Jackson- strenuous campaign for "the cause" Baker ____uuu 837: 1,129.95; Hand Block.
ville. here today, is going right back to her Bay _---__--____ 1,395; 2,153.25 Night. |
+ 2,200-acre ranch in South Dakota. Bradford ________ 2,592 3,499.20
Brevard 1,207 1,710.45; PARAMOUNT PROGRAM:
Mrs. Braxton tseacham and daugh- She lives in the foothills of the Black Calhoun _uuu______u 1,239 1,072.03; Orlando Florida.
ters, Miss Norma and Mrs. W. D. Hills. She operates her own ranch Citrus --______-- 923 1,246.05; I
Rogers, returned to Orlando last even- but took a few months off to help her Clay ____uu__ 963 1,300.05; PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457.
Columbia ________ 3.1931,310.55 DANIEL FROHMAN
DeSoto ____uu 3,801 5,131.35
. " " . . . III II 1111 III J IIIIIIM 1111111 IIII Franklin ._u____ 028 847.80 PRESENTS -
Gadsden _u_____ 3G20IR87.00
Hamilton ___u___ 1,804( 2516.40 JOHN MASON
HernanJb ____u_ 893 1,205.55 11'11"1111'11'1111'11'11'1111"1111" 111 M 111111111
Hillsborough ____10,025; 13,533.75 And
Holmes ___-_____ 2,080 2,810.10
Jefferson ________ 2.563 3,400.05 HAZEL DAWN
Leon ____________ 3,311 4.109.85!
Levy _______uu 1,002 2,213.70 IN TilE CELEBRATED DRAMA I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Liberty _________ 005: 897.75
Manatee __uu 2.1U % 3,295.35; "TilE FATAL CARD"
Marion uuu 5,288 7,138.80:
Nassau _________ 1,709 2307.15: By C. Haddon and B. C. Kirkwoodand
Orange uu_ 2,305 3,192.75; produced by the Adolph Zukor
Osceola _--______ 1,318: 1779.30:
Pasco ___nn____ 1,333: 1799.55! "FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO.
Pinellas _________'3,141 4,240.35;
Polk ________uu 5,703: 7,099.05! ;
DODGE BROTHERSMOTOR Putnam _uuu 2,287 3.0S7.45
St. Johns __u____ 1.SJ5 2,190.75St. lOc 20c CURTIS & O'NEAL
Lucie uuu 1,295 I; 1,748.25
Seminole ___u__- 1.403 1,891.05: ----- - -
Sumter 1,337: ; 1,80395!
Suwannee __un_ 3a: 4,793.85: : : Phone 5 for Insurance Loans Real Estate
CAR Taylor uuu_-. l.llfi 1,506.00 FISH AND OYSTERS
Volusia ____u__- 3,116 4,206.00:!
Wakulla _nuu 856 1.155.00 Fresh Every Day Rentals
Washington _u__ 2,122 2,861.70
Totals _-____--91,541 $123,680.35:
Amount for apportionmentAm't 206 Boone Street

for apportionment __$177,288.49! ---- - -- .-
Am't apportioned uu___ 123.080.35 ---- .
Am't not apportioned Respectfully u,__ 53,708.14: INGLENOOK CAKE AND

State Superintendent of Public

P. S.-Fourteen Instruction.counties not included Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, I ESTABLISHED 1881
waiting for reports of county superintendents etc. j
F FOUR CYLINDER and the adjustment of Orders taken for parties.
I rreated.reports where new counties have been Located in rear of Branch's Book j

Store, Arcade Entrance j IMIIMIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIMI . 11111111111 1,1.,1 III

SERVICESRev. ........ f l . -I . J l II1111 11II1 ,1,1 r 1 , ".Mill lillMMIIIIIIIIMM

Jerry Jeter and wife, who

I were to go to Sutherland, Fla., from

II II I the campaign revival there here, are to conduct going to a remainin revival Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

I the city and hold a tent meeting
/ .
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the west Fide The revival will
I and at the
commence there next Sunday Might We are selling black galvanized pipe
and will be under the auspices! of the Call before buying
IN A CAR. j I best wholesale prices on us ,
1'1r"ttethodilt: church.A .
large tent will be errrtcd al it will pay y u.Vc will also cut your pipe to
once with n choir platform large< measure t' o you can install it yuurJ((>lt. On Irrigation
,ATI'ION() -I'III:! MARKED::. I'UCCDOM: : 1 I'HOM GIJAU; : SHITIINGIIM : ( enough tn peat admit one hutulreilnlhtrrrn. a
I i--1! work by having UH
-: : .S\\MTM.S.S: WITHmni ''ini: CAU (GUTS:. liEU: 15 ?V. I.t')' 1 U. optlmUtl ntx>ut i you cnn nave money

11',11'-fill': FINE: IIM.ASCI: : WIIKII MAKIS: II' $TIC'I1'0 the |'N o|'eftn of the meeting\ & l<) l tl rover I cut end drill your pipe anti put In bras nozzles ,

TIII I': (tNll),' nit) -mi i': IHM()(;<;Ill:.. ITI.I.IM C: I'our.u: & or 1'111: 'onhH'h.,1 there l I.y :Mr. Jetrr.ORLANDO so as you can install It yourself
sii.c.sr: MO ion.&
W will also sell you Hath Tuba, Water Clos
t 'LOIIOK) : NO. 69, I F.
AND A. M. ' ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

may have your preferred plumber fit them up If
Orlando No. 69, F. and A. :M.. .
Lodge ;
:1. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS will meet in regular communicationin I ii you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri

their hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening, can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

November 9, 1915. Work in degree. R closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
II. M. Voorhis, secretary.
for five years.


To our clients we furnish plans of
bungalows, semi-colonial and other F. Joseph Raehn Co.
houses free."e make our service
worth while to the builder. Our plan I am
will time, and I
save you worry money.
Building materials of all kinds. A. B. THE PIPE MAN i
Cook & Co, Christ building, Orlando.
***** " " " " ' 11-9-ltc. Mllillllllll , , , , . MIIIIMMMMIfr'


I Interest the public school :I Although feeling keenly the loss of I
$100 Saved Is $100 : students concerning among the formation of I Arriving in Orlando Saturday after his Ford touring car which was stolena A visit to our sore will i make you a

the school band has been on the increase having travelled all the way from couple of weeks ago, "'. S. Branch

Made for the last few days. The Cold water, Mich., in their Ford car, says there is no use of mourning regular customer.

line-up of the organization, as it now Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. E. Stuckey and chil- about it and his friends in the North
stands, is as follows: I dren, Alline and Claire, and Mrs. are sending many humorous lettersof Hams, Hams, per Ib. . . . . . 19c Western Pork Loins, per lb..23c!

Instruments-Piano, 2 guitars, 2 Stuckey's sister, Miss\ Sadie Jewell, condolence. One of them wrote Sliced Breakfast Bacon in boxes .32c Spare Ribs and Pigtails, per Ib 17c

SAVEDsizoii [ cornets, 2 clarinets, flutes, piccolos, are pleasantly 'located at 308 North that he believed some colored man Boiled Ham, per Ib .. ... .. .. 35c Minced Hams, per Ib. ..... .. . .20cFrankforts.

$$1200 I violins, mandolins, trombone, and oth- Main, to spend their first season in had stolen the car to use as a coffee Florida Round Steak, per lb.lac per lb. ..._ ...... . ..l1c'I.
Orlando. mill. Another one advised him that '.
ers. his Fla. Sirloin and Porter (louse, 2 Smoked Bacon, per Ib. .....,. . .\Abe
\Iembers-\1iss Millie Reddit, Miss They report a very delightful trip, he should not be so careless with 'I.
Jean Wagener, Paul Harrison, Miss meeting with only a few mishaps. !jewelry and that some one had slipped Ibs for ... . ... .... ...... . 33c: Codfish in Bricks, 2 for .. .. .. . .:!:Jc:

Meta Ahik, Carroll Ward, Miss Elizabeth They found the roads in Florida were I it into his pocket as he walked by. Still Fla. Pork, per Ib ....... .. .. .. .15c Salt Mackerel, 3 for ... ..... .. . 25c:

Peschman, Dewey Meadors, good, but in some parts of southern another one tells him he should not ,Western Pork Steak, per Ib- .. ."25c I I Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen .35c
Percy Harris, Jasper Williams, Oscar Georgia they were in bad condition. leave his car where the curb obstructshis Best Creamery Butter, per Ib . .33c
Backus, Miss Dorothy Harrison, Miss view of it, while a fourth one advises I I

$ MAD[ Lena Wahl, Miss Florence Keezel, AUTOS NEEDED IN ENTERTAINING him to buy another one and wear -
Dick Bachelor, Miss Mary Noe, Miss DELEGATES it for a watch charm when he is not

Eleanor Coffin. riding in it. The Eola Packing Company
Automobiles are needed by the com-

IT IS mittee in charge of meeting the W. ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
$1200TO A new folder issued by the Southern C. T. U. convention delegates' at the

Railway says that Orlando is five trains and in entertaining them. All The two houses I have for sale at SpecialtiesCustom
BUILD A HUME WliH miles south of Winter Park. This who can aid in this manner are askedto the price of one are located on lot 78 ,
allusion should be pleasing to Boss sign the following and send it to foot front facing east, with a depthof Packers Modern Equipment

Bill Temple, mayor of that delightful either of the Orlando newspapers: avenue 185, between feet number Livingston 406 and Magnolia Ame- Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling

$1200TO suburb.-Orlando Reporter-Star. I agree to give my automobile and lia. The section of splendid homes, Growers' Agents Personal Attention
services to the W. C. T. U. trip on with grand old oaks arching the
streets. Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
PAINTING IIENKEL BLOCK either Thursday afternoon or Friday The modern 2 story house has on for harvesting and packing their crops.
BUY AX AUTO WITH For some days workmen have been afternoon. first floor: parlor, living room, dining Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
engaged in painting the Henkel block. Signed --------------------------- room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory -
will add considerably large living porch on the front PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord An' and A. C. L. Tracks.V. .
This improvement busi- SEWER BREAKA and side, latticed rear porch.On . B. RULE, :Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN
$1200 of the
to the appearance the second floor are 3 large Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
ness district. sleeping rooms, each having enameled -
broken sanitary sewer on South lavatories, piped for hot and cold
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "THE KA1XY ORLANDO K. OF I'. GOING TO street, directly south of the high water. There is also an extra with large Respectfully Solicited
screened-in sleeping porch, room
DAY" EUSTIS school building was the cause Sunday enough for the whole family. The
afternoon of a cave-in in the pave- bath room is large, light, and airy
driven J. O. Miller \ nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
Orlando Knights of Pythias are ment. A Reo car by sanitar... II I .
planning to attend in force the district fell into the aperture, inflicting a house V.The is newly painted and
meeting to be held in Eustis to- loss of $100 to the car. With Mr. pered throughout, shades are hung pa-I ACCIDENT HEALTH
The letter received by
night. Members of Welcome Lodge Miller were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Long.It is wired for electric lights,
installed also connected with LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE\
II. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: No. 9, of this city will leave the corner was a miracle that none was in- fact, you, will find every convenience gas. I

of Orange and Central avenues jured. necessary for home comfort. If you I PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
Spring Lake, New Jersey this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Automo- do not care to use the entire house, j I
biles will be provided free for the REV. POULSON PREACHED AT the location, so near the "Wyoming," j PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
Sept. 30th, 1915 insures rentals of spare rooms at !
members. Any visiting Knights in PINE CASTLE'SUNDAYThe extra good prices. Always in demand -j
H. Carl Dann the city will be welcome to go also.J. ; or if you care to rent the entire |
D. Barnes is in charge of the ar Rev. E. T. Poulson, D. D., pas. house and occupy during the i
Orlando, Fla. tor of the First Baptist church of tourist season the 3 room cottage oh {
rangements. before good sized i the premises in the rear, you would Georgia Casualty Company
Orlando, preached a .
Dear Friend Dann- derive a rental by which the property I
500 AUTO TAGS congregation at Pine Castle Sunday. could be made to pay itself out.
A few weeks more will find me in Announcement was made that here- There is a garage, barn, and chicken -

old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I Something over five hundred auto- after the services held there every house, etc. Fruits of various GEO. A. HUTCIIINSON, General Agent.
kinds to and
everything right up now
have several friends who expect to mobile licenses have been issued thus first and third Sunday will be held at just a little above the ordinary in
Orlando Florida
come to Orlando this winter.I far by Tax Collector W. E. Martinfor 3 o'clock in the afternoon instead of many ways.It ,
does not much
require ready
use in Orange county. 3:30. 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
have mentioned several times to money; a small cash payment from
responsible parties Hill secure the
them my purchase at Colonial Hills, ADDITIONAL LOCALS CHARGED WITH THEFT property.The .
always explaining that I saved $1200.Of Officer Collins arrested Tom Frank- price is $6,300. A bargain at

course they always asked how I Mrs. Mary Houston has returned lin, a negro, yesterday for the alleged that figure.F. C. YOUNG

saved, that amount and I simply tell home after a pleasant visit in Orlando theft of a wallet containing $84. REAL ESTATE,
them the truth. where she was the guest of Mr. Room 10. McNeill & Davis Block. Try A Sentinel "Want Ad""No
and Mrs. George Duren.-Jackson- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 1024tfcMMIMIIIIIillllllllllilll
Expect me soon.Sincerely. ,
ville Metropolis.A. -

yours, FOR SALE-Fine: seven passenger 1"1"1"1" " "
M. Middlemus, of Orlando, has I car, $400; or might; consider: trade:
for 1915 or 1916 Ford. Apply to Box
A. M. BUCKELEW returned to Fort Myers following a 11-9-lt
93; Orlando,
visit of several days at where the various he has I November Tree Is A First-Class Tree |
coast trucking centers, A-TED-llave party arriving I Nursery
been contracting for vegetable ship- I 22 who will want furnished
ments. Mr. Middlemus is making his cottage, 5 or 6 rooms. Address ll-9-3tc Carl

How Mr. Buckelew headquarters at the Leon.-Fort :\1)I I Dann at once. T ,, Unless Budded
ers Press. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, near
Saved $1200 Lake Eola. Rooms are large and
Mrs. A. :\Myers has returned from nicely furnished. Inquire 403 East '
O. V. Phillips. 4s' ; from
Pine street. Bearing
Orlando where she has
THE FIRST REAL ESTATE Leesburg and 11-9-3t*
been spending several months, theguest
of friends and relatives. While NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea i .M. _
LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM in Orlando Mrs. Myers was the guestof specialty of deeds, mortgages, i I trees of a known
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. leases, contracts, etc. Price very rea-
THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR sonable. Mrs. H. B. Leake 45 East 4d
and Mrs. W. T. Jamison, the former Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc
$1600. THE NEXT DAY CARL accompanying her home. She is again
w and
DANN SHOWED HIM THE with her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Dean, GEO. T. HULL CO. Quantity
at her home on Cedar street. Times- Phone 10:.. Hock Dldgn Room 3.
SAME SIZE LOT, THREE Call and see us if interested in real I
Union. estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop
erty. Rentals carefully attended to. M Quality -
$100. HE FIGURED HE S."th".1 Want Ads Pay. 11-9-lmoc I r .
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SAVED $1200 AS HE FULLY ---- -- -
I' to 'x I

OTHER LOT NEXT DAY. Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist

and Teacher Conner.Trees .

MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
National Park and Brenau Colleges.
Sometime Adelphi Metropolitan, and Beethoven Conservatories. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

You can save Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.
Choral and Orchestral Societies.
$1200 also if Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.

I About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia, Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

you buy at and Recitals other Cornell.Universities Pennsylvania, Colleges, Peabody, Assemblies, Vassar, Smith.and Clubs and NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

Lectures in all parts of the countr).. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in o'ur test groves what could be accomplished -

New: Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for,yes, DEMAND -

Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St. I trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

ColonialHILLS II! five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

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

---I II I trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

interested in the very best result you can get from your. grove when you have spent your '

time and money to bring it into bearing.
Hammond Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

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

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

work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

High, Dry, All CityImprovements COMPARE day, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted '

by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Nurseries
SEE an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We Ocklawaha

can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
I O. '1'. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

Carl C DannHIGH D McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK I G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida |

Corner Orange Are. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida \

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H BERRY I lThe3lstof 'n'l

- i O tober,1793 WHAT WOULD YOU SAY ?.


A complete line of Ford Accessories I By F. A. M1TCHELIu I A LADY ASKED ME THE OTHER DAY IF m HORSE .

; a staff' of expert mechanics .
the autumn of IMKi; Charles (;tt..l SMOKED PIEDMONTS
to render satisfaction in all win au AiiuTU-au Ixichelor who hall FUNNY QUESTION EH ?

lines of Automobile Repair dents'Eject silt ball-.II.lillo<. an the evening Latin quarter at a stu of AT FIRST I DIDN'T GET HER THEN I SAID OH NO. HE'S

Paris on hi.way to bU hotel in tbe ,
Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and Hue IJivoll cru&'>t.d the bridge leading, GOOD MATURED "
Gasoline, and fair and square into the Place tie la Concorde. Just ]1
as he reached the fountain midway
prices. between the two obelisks a clock todeep ,
tone strum. k the Lour of 1. i
Something like a shudder came over
the juung; wan. Perhaps it was the

loneltm". for the Place was deserted

For Nine YearsWe -that I... at the moment since thU
central location can never be Bald to T"r
be deserted for any length of time
have been in business at the
even In the miuill hours of momlnc.

same location, Corner of South Perhaps It WI" the ,'olltro..t between .-- .
hi* Jill trllll II't;n Ie" an.l the tray scene c'sT VIRGINIA ,
Main and Church Streets. lit had: Jn+t l left n ..oiitrsi't, lieletitrticdby TDBACCO
lilt! klutuliilitp! Phone 226 location wh'-re utmiil tin foiititntti lie

wn< l'tI..III| lie "|i>|1'114.,1| t Mint tini'' \"l.Initliiif l.
tln man of terror WI"'fl' tin, QUALITY

flltllltlllll I I- H0flOIMt iI'''I' ItntllotllM'
Orlando Lending Repair Shop I i\: ,-r> IM> n MUM.c." 'ion .if ('art''
liroitttlittiMn' to I Ilily, M.it.N-tt ( and (:nrnsro rt'Miliitl"ii \i first, ili. tioi.iMty" ofIVnmv

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ORLANDO CONCRETE[ [ lnUil.Ti.{ | .' \\11101 tlmml, dictator and
ilerltliil \\ btu ..h"lIlol U. ftecnttil. The

U'tiilgr of the Conservative*, lluirohclNts r-
WORKS <; |III' Neat after those ot royal
and; noble. Moml Then new ta"tloll:1111..1
/: the xiipreme, |im\er and sent *
407 LONG STREET iolM: -!|"irrre| after the ClrondM: *. COUPON
"'hll.. f'H.lwln: l mimed! there was no
Phone 193All ; EACH
ooiind I but dKt.int: cab rattlluc over
the Btoneo ,.r n shout of lighter! from PACKAGES
a cafe on the OuiniiM KIJMI-H. And S 4i 44r;yNr
classes of Concrete work done. even then came: at Interval: the thought; "'" .l.9f..tt. 'Ji4U ttvEaouavt Or..

Walks Steps ridges) Fountains that he was alone Hut nuddenlyhe \
}Fences Fence and Hitching Posts Ar I riitslit slcht: through:: the spray of \ %L (
Die fount.iln of n woman's Ih.1.tr11 'r' N/NINIyN
bor Posts! White Way Electric
the other nlde of t'ie ba' +ln lmH| 'Iltil o
"twN,,, I
sae ..
Light Posts, Vine and Hose Trellices .. ,
ty f'lIrlllslt.h.. tnotiM around to wherehe 1
Lawn Benches' Vases' of any size or + .1..1. Wh.it wim liN n! totil
Model Chimneys with Tnticy Top, ",.<' f'lt'"h'I!<" feature' Indicated I7J\
(ate Posts of any design, lluildinelllock Hint she wn. n lady tier dre"i nl"nlH
*, Cotntnon nnd Ornnmentallluiltline ..<|INIItu her rank. The ...."*tuiiM. win N

lllock, faced I with nrnnltetCoiuinim III lli" direr.tulic ...t.tlt''hldl wits In
other natural Hocks. tlimit' ionic' time tigo She lens u-ry tkk
| < or any
4jy :
flans nnd estimates unule For Itun;*.'it- pllll' / r
It In. tictftlu't'ii" lu'Hiilllmt In "1'iUlftlitll
InNs! or lIt In'l' 'luilKllii, '*, All \MitkKttrtlAlttecd lilille
l Ii' lie OJI t tllM "I thH>t nli'tll' t
nrxt-t-lil' llulldilitf"' Pieis! f "' 1
litpoItlnuttlit. Afnfi It( h'lr' I'l'ltttJUtiltiMllHi.l jui.l
yno!' ',| at. I ,,'.1," h In HIM, limlli 1 I'

I.IMMAV, IIHllllllillM; I'tllll.. | Hit' fcttt\ .It n (Ihlll.1"! tililliHituiMti, , flint) 11 kltilN -

"Hi' Ih MtliUrtt.' MUI"\lt'f\ fri till'| .\hlllihilil11.* |I" |lthp( tll'll 1 r
'Hid |1"1'I''OI| |III'i M\V oh HIM ullicf ,tMtiif f r
I I .. ihe/ futtiiiiMH MM..* ii |l.t.I.\| : Her ft -i-

'"I'I'1IjH'r.., |I'nuh/'h..la I", hilt 1"1"1; ,
Beat ncl Promptest ,Hniiitili> It M.U In ii "bijifi' in titan, 1\

iulnutrsl| | | | jM-if U-fnr-a bljlu (hut 1111'
Auto Livery I.e.| ';, r-h..i| HIM ,Mii.r nail| cap were
thug warn tit Hii cloba! of ,the eight
Service '. I ---
'''a.lall.| .>," exclaimed 0001'\\.
barely hate been through
you some
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5 PASSENGER error on the part' of your escort o- :1 From the appearance of the laboratory I You'll

Sour (c-oachnian caught out alone. Will The convention of the Florida Fed- every Monday and Thursday af- -

you i permit me tu call a carriage?" eration of Women's Clubs will ternoon one might think that the high Telephone
-What day U this?" asked the open Get
: lady."I I It I
school was offering a domestic science /
Tuesday evening, the 16th at De- ,
BUiCK CAR lay of the week or the month r'
course, but it is only the chemistry :
The month Land, and adjourn after the Friday Quick No28
students their rubber
-This is: the 31st of October." wearing aprons
"Du you hear them singing? evening session. and sleeves. The equipment for thee I
W i call anywhere at any time Surely this woman had lost her reason The day sessions, to be held in th chemical laboratory has been installed
and. havintr: eluded her keeper Baptist church auditorium, will be en- and the students are very enthusiasticover for
had wandered forth In the night. Just call when you need any-
this line of work.
cord n's Transfer Co tirely taken with the routine of new
up for
loodvvlii was at a loss to know what I Subscribe for the High School Echo thing "the office, from "pins to
to do-w bether to call the police or ft the federation and the evening ses- printing, and we'll hayeitthere RUSH
and the
in their
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 cab. sions devoted to addresses and musical work. The material is worthy in a jiffy. We are featuring
being preparedfor
"There are only three voices now,
HAULING OF ALL KINDS continued the woman. "Mine was one programs. All evening meetings will the first issue which will come out 1m I-Palm Farms and Binders

of the first to !I... stifled" be in the university auditorium, at the opening of the Christmas vacation Orders
time-saving tricks for every business
"Won't yon take my arm madame?'' through the courtesy of Dr. Lincoln] and which promises to be a office

Pine Castle said I::00<1 win. extending It. "The pulley, the president. There will be great success. The editorial stair is ----
night I Is (hill unit you do not seem to informal receptions in the art galleryTuesday composed of IJeulah McClure literary

lie putticlently clad." and Friday evening, where editor; Frances Taylor, assistant; \v. S. BRANCH ,
Nurseries "Sntl..t are two. was the only
lea will be served Stuart M.\ Gould; circulation and
I reply. I Tuesday; evening by exchange THE AHCADE HOOK ANI MUSIC STOKE
"I hue (>f \1111 come with mp-for n the students of the home economics manager; Donald! Evans! business t-
Pine Castle, Fla. little wtif-o| ; the ltu Itlvoll. We will department of the unherMty. tnahtttrer; (Cha. 1 11. Limpue I\I-

n".11i) iiil there The raising! of nil endowment fund eistatit; Hal ItutdiitiPiiti, athletic editor

"Now there I t. one." for the federation way emlorped bytppolution ; ioi l'eltll'k.111111.1! Im-til editor -
"]iH,)lwtii wiin iMidly Mfet .\1f1h In .Allies editor of the
Una first cla! orange anilgrapo Itt the ttikpltuii| lurrtlMt, ; $ Kuhiper,
Pud with\ it criMj' wutniiit ln'h\ivti I Innd and also l "Pthoeaj" itemey 'nitnell, ed$
the junior
fruit ttvoi' roatly to plant: by board' of tliredflrs at ; -
I '..' In 'Hie iMmniiifJ, he would tutu ii
\\\, oll'oi' only ih'"t Haiw\ + trooj'*, l lilt her hits.., ,Hit woillil' tm tlcaefHoH, I'Vfl I tu.leiilrtle, It I N the de;*li l,' nflite hurl I Mell HMHIll, euidwnt"ta| || ||) ilili'li:

htuldotl\ ( from. prolllle hearing\ I lie mold mud t tiling, liltl, elf II) i'l' II, inepMpnl |to .Mint llip', riuKiuntt, Anna) Tit)Illf. fiephomn'' '' IHt'i', .

| trtH's of Known quality. \ W.. I'liMMiiiiteh' 1I'Ilh\ I'Mlne IMIi"the, Tiled ut t Ilila i'oii\pnUi, t Dm thin' Himl.fint' 'Hie I 1 buys of 'til*) high aihi.nl, 14II.J.-I ,

mitt liaxo the t'i'iiiiino!! Wat m brtdt' \\ lu-ii \It tinlutl tiiMiatiw| | Ihurinini.itM n *;'IIhll, *) fun,) lit inpttw\ ciniatuntly (the ttrwUirtlii| | ut Prof, Kiilou: \mvortr I

WHU'l'IIH'liiH, \ \ ''', No HH'litUf lie ran out lit( tall lira lriu
,hhlppetl. from whoiv) wo a\'l'tl| \ )I.?- ki.M'iil HU IIIII.It" W.U4 leaMlisi |> the plans of the federation unhani- M)I. Gould' Wad fleeted: ) manager! tint

our Htu'tl Mi-Jons i'lyhftl front MI.I.. : <& liert'ilhiih is un nlisolute iuvta&ity. Tildes Tincalier, captain The boys,
Now llu-ie J N iniiio"The
20 j to 15 potintl-i.) Cntaloguo riiliiM.in btopiH'd, and hid cab I The amount of funds and pledges ieftlfd do not propose to 10.the: girls do all

1'roo. w.i.tinptj." tiixMhsin: i ft unit'il fur tho by the treasurer during the the basket ball playing tills jear.Prof. I
I day sessions: Wedensday will form the Stanley has charge of the
i.idMio wait )Krone. nucleus: of the fund and he announcedat ) choral exercises, which is: a feature ot

.\lIln" t-hUer. io
tab and wax driven to liH> Imlel. I immediately after the Wednesday students take great interest in this

CLINT BASSPHONE The next afterntion ho walketl out turning session, at the Putnam I Inn.ThU work and a recent improvement can
tlilouvh; the I'l.ice; tit' la Concorde. The I
is to I It a "birthday party," the be noted.
day tt.Is bii-'hl atitl the sluice was
375 ,. ... federation celebrating the twenty-first The third football game of the season -
.I! with cirriu:!:' < ninl IMrlu +trlans. REO 1916
West Jefferson Street MtHHl..'. Hit' fountain on the exact s flll'j| anniversary! of its organiation and) the took place in Orlando last Friday I

. Successor to tore he had Mood tjie flight; beginning of the endowment fund. the :2l th. between the high school I

Iliitl he !i.u-II dreraitrv'Tutu :'? I Thursday at 12W: := p. m.. after adjournment team from Kissimmee and the O. II. i $930.00,1';') .\ O. II. Orlando

Hand Wood' Company: ... rears l later he wa* rending/ ahMoty of the regular cession' the S. tle\eii. The game was a struggle
if I the lilrondUt: *. The lat I
< federation' is invited to attend an ex- from beginning to end. the wore beI I
PIli':'''' of the l I..k [:"", an aciiiunt of
1 I hibit of the girls canning club work ing 0 to 0. Hal Hutchinson one of Are Here. Let us show
Wood you
of All Kinds how they .11.11111 l t the iruUlotlne lnc1nt
the "Mur<<4>lll.il' ..e." the tolnnieof Boundtrrowin and the 1ny' agricultural demonstration our best. players, had his ankle badly I
,'/!() IJT SKJtAuto, ? \ leu { ie.. till the last: one snug work which, with n program, has injured in this' game but it is improving i: This Wonderful Car

Iu,1SUla7tfI IJ/UClt alone ThtitInult- \oK,> otllleit. nil been especially arranged for this occasion as well as may be expected. I i ii
hud' ;pcrMifd Ttiinlnit to the date of by the Volusia county demonstration i The O. 11. S. team went to Tnmpu! '

thl. one of tintnt'ot tlfiini:ilhmitie'' agent Saturday where they held' a pitched |
of lil,"tor>', CtHHtMln/ iMititiHl I Hint It'I(' battle with the HitUboro high school .
afternoon 1HO the
IhuMil.ty at
.tirrrd on ,the ::11.., .., tt'tIM'r. ITiKt.:\ I PALMS AUTO CO.
convention will I to the guest of the team. :
t't| lit Iii Illllf itf It-llilllIC" lilt* Kf
Livery I I CIIAS. I U, I.IMPUS: ; .1d. '
Del li..I' hum) okott
ronnt\ 'in rrrtiirrtly| "t<
tu hU fileiitl. of liU, MilM-nnire( Hint, I' ride to ivl.ron Sprint;* and ; I II N. Ave. Phone
I 400
Phone 0.12J. : nluht III its I'liitide I la Ci'iut'rtle, enjoy n cup of ten afterward. at the I Mr.I )lire", of Orlando, wa* n busi l> 'I Orange

K.: CAUTKU: Orlando, Flu. whlih n .'.'iilur\ .bcfotv. hud U--n cull chile room.The nest visitor to Hnrtow the first\ of the'
lit tho I'lMje de I IA Ih'lIlntl"II.th'r I Putnam Inn will be the Jlrlclul wrtk. Mr I Hire resided) ) in Itartow

Two Cars" In $"r' 1('(' fur Day) or having/ liifornied' hlmMf of 'the fnt>. headquarter. thirty-six years ago when the railroads -
of tho (]lroiidl"u h" never nintn tuentlontni
) were 100 mile away, and i I.
Night Calls it. 11U frkudji uoticvd. too. that
he wan eban \d.! I Read the Morning: ?nHncl for Ut. very much pleased with the growth of Try A Sentinel Want Ad
is.WL lOe. a wl d.liv.r.d. our city.-Bartow Record.



AUMYIxindon ,
:\Ieridianliuc: ,II I). Harris owns The Alaoama raving '
Nov G.? A Chronicle correspondent what is believed to be the pipe that which has the contract for the building .
When people say to us: \'0 I who has been with the ten. Andrew Jackson presented to an of the three miles of brick pavingin PANCAKES FOR BREAKFASTHecker's
come here because we always Jet I I Serbian army in its retreat from the 1 1I Indian chief at Garlands\il1e.; on his Osceola county to link up with the '
our n1tlnc .'* worth." This i i.s I>anubo and who escaped from the march to New Orleans. The pipe wan Orange county road to Orlando asked
said to in frequently. country after the Itulgara' had cut the'found 1 in an Indian mound at Hickory the county commissioners for a sixty :
It has: been the policy. of the I railroad only by a wild ride through l! among the bones and effects of days extension of time on their contract Cream I'ucKwheat, Old Homestead 'Man
Model in the past to try and de- the mountain passes! of eastern Albania I the Indians and was buried a numberof limit. The contract called for jack Mallard's Pancake Flour White1oe: : Pure .M..pl,
from Monastir
in a dispatch years ago the of the
serve such praise an thloIt: will I completion highway on or
be its: policy in the future. It has by way of Salomki, describes! the des Mr. Harris lives at Hickory andsays before January 1. The commissioners Syrup, Log Cabin Syrup, Scudder's Syrup.
been successful. perate stand of the Serbs! against the that he has remembrance of the I, wisely limited<< that extension to thirty
1\'e know when we give a ladyor German invaders. lie tell how, after Indian who piloted Gen. Jackson days and politely told the contractors
gentleman n good meal for 25 charge after charge of Germans had I through to Louisiana having seen the that the road must!' be finished before Pickles In Bulk
cents that they arc getting their been repulsed by Serbian bayonets, Indian, who was an old man in his the Orlando fair opens in February.jWe .
full value for their money the Germans finally brought up their (Harris's,) early bo>'hood. ': are sorry that it was necessaryto ,
If they. choose one of our 15 artillery and shelled the Serbs out of I[ The pipe is of pure meerschaum, grant any extension! but the contractors Just received, a barrel of S'ctlixl'l1, also IM)
their trenches by tlh'tr'l'is.ht of and as there were no white people in declared. that it
cent specials' : it in: the same. ( was impossible Pickles. New *
If we serve them something metal that section at the time, only Indians, to pet<< the brick in time. At any Crop
from our short order list and "Looking backward across n fortnight the pipe; is undoubtedly the one which rate, we hope that the road will l"e Codfish in pound packages.WE .
charge them a reasonable price of varied and memorable experiences Gen. Jackson smoked peace to the finished so that Osceola county people
for it they are satisfied and so ," he says, "the main impression Indians and secured their help in': and others in counties below us can
are we. I' in my mind is the superb courage piloting him to New Orleans to fight use the new brick road to attend the GIVE SAVINGS
Our Oysters are fresh and endurance of the Serbian armyand the British in 1S12.!'; The bowl of the five-county fair in which Osceola will
day. every the Serbian people and the magnificent pipe is of rough finish and is identical participate.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- -:= --= -=
human qualities with which with the pipe smoked in the days I i,zette.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT they face death, homelessness,wounds :when :Mississippi was the hunting Our
and hunger. ground of red men only. The Indian I CompanyTwo
The hired girl has went-she was
'I have seen much of this war, but I who owned the pipe died sixty years
nothing quite so magnificently inspir- ago, according to :Mr.: Harris, and was hired, she was tired, she was fired; Phones: 3 and 200
TheModelCafeDressmaking ing as the behavior of the Serb nation |buried in one of the mounds near but smile-you can get another by ,
I at this crisis in its history. This I Hickory. using our want ad. column.Convinced. : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.MMMMMM.
I struggle( of theirs will go on, if need
I . . . . '
I be to the last yard of Serbian soil i AUTO TOURISTS IX ST. AUGUSTINE
ParlorMiss and to the last cartridge of the last
I Serbian patriot.SUPERimEADXAlT.IIT.

J. E. Buxton and party, of Rutland.Vt. "Yes," said the specialist, as he
NEVADA ., are spending a few weeks in St. stood by the sick contractor "I can
Margaret R. Hamilton MAKING FINAL TRIALS Augustine. They made the trip in cure you" .
"WhatViII it cost asked the sick
for located their Cadillac "eight." They are traveling man faintly."Ninetyfive. ORLANDO ROOFING
present at 407 S. Orange
Boston, Mass., Nov. G-The super- with W. A. Wells and family, of dollars."
Ave.The dreadnaught Nevada left the harbor :Minnesota, who also have a Cadillac"eight" "You will have to shade jour pricea ANL
for twelve-hour off shoreat little" replied the contractor. "I
safely a run After of several
a stay
got a better bid from the undertaker."
her maximum speed, which must weeks here they expect to visit other The specialist stood pat on his price SHEET METAL CO
not be less than twenty and a half ,points in the state.-S. Augusine Rec and his competitor got the job.
public and all former knots an hour. After the maximum !ord. We are specialists in our line of
patrons invited to call. speed test will come a twelve-hour I I work and sanitary conditions prevail
It will pay you to stay on the safe Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
run at fifteen and a half knots, twelve I BOMB CAUSES SHIP FIRE I side. \ ,
hours at twelve knots and twenty- Halifax, N. S.-The fire in the cargo and Rubber
An AnnouncementMrs. four hours at ten knots respectively.The of sugar on the British steamer Rio I Orlando I RoofingsCornices

:: S. Helen Graves wishes to announce Nevada it is expected will be Lages, which put in here late last I I Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
that she has opened parlors in ready to be turned over to the government night with the flames still smouldering Steam Laundry
the Lowell-Duckworth building Room in January. was caused by an incendiary
No. 1. Hairdressing, shampooing, Works: 14 E. Church St. .
facial massage, and scalp treatment. bomb according to a statement today FRENCH DRY CLEANERS ORLANDOWATER
Phone No. 679. Your patronageis Subscribe for the morning Sentinel. by Captain Bell of the steamer. The LAUNDERERS I
solicited. 10 cents a week delivered. fire is virtually out. PHONE 88


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unusual interest and inquiry manifested in the Instantaneous Auto-
Method of heating water has prompted us to set aside: next

week! as Water Heater Week," when a thorough exposition of this very

\\ '\ important subject will be given in"detail so that everyone will have an

,\\\t\ \, opportunity to investigate the time and labor-saving qualities unlimited,

\ "turn-the-faucet" hot water-what it in the broad
\\" '- ,t I means practical everyday '

\ t \\Z{ household:! routine-how it increases intimate personal comfort and

\ \\ \\\\ \ :ek; ? .I makes for general all-around domestic efficiency. To give you a. comprehensive -

1 ioea of the highest development of this art, a complete line of

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.,. w.; 1/: (' ; : instantaneous Automatic Water Heaters

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t't; : 'Jt /f t II//i I 1'II\fJ.'I I \ '.I \\v \' \ "..c'1j' / ;" .

: I' / I1f4 \\Yi I jI i ,.''II hk .. f' will be displayed In.operation and demonstrated dally during the entire'week.

'. tf'W!), ''l / J : +, \. F (.. The Ruud IS made In several types and numerous sIzes-for

\. ; /% t! if # /,ii; I : \:. : i 'f{ I r P (4; ;i$1: every purse-for every purpose-and whether you live in an humble

1,. I II / f I /II ; 7t1'r'; ,: .'\\ 'r\7. I FIr>> cottage or a large palatial residence, there is a Ruud to meet your
.1"1/ I' ,.
'I I "I J :;
I,' ', : I '! I I g.11 '. !; 1-1' particular I requirements, the only I difference being in the capacity andinitial
'i.y.- t\
!h, I lIlt' ' /11 I ,;'I 1 \lit; 'r.s, \x :il \ / a'. ', cost of heaters. Every woman who desIres to make housekeeping -

"" < : t \\': l//// / J IItt ) : : '\\ \ and economical or'
!: / Ii itl ,\\1, ? \ t.q\\ : ;I// easy, thorough anyone who wishesinexpensive
I II /I FiW '''Us' ?* ? \: "
11 !* tl'tl't )' /! / ,' '!II'' ( ( ,f r > '' l }; '9j'ld i reliable hot water at a turn of the faucet will be _

_. :(}' :!1 1f i \\iilll;1':i'I, J, j i/I/ I ;/1141'(!:'/; . (j';' ,"\il4'/n.;:! ;':':"':i :"J iii ': \ thoroughly repaid by attending this demonstration and mspect--

?"iE'f\ :'.;. t ,fI'''t''J.! '.f""f.. 1\; \ ing this marvelous device. A water heater specialist will ber'

\ \ ci"f"I i ; ..e ,.,; ; ........, '- in attendance to give you expert advice and to tell you definitely *,

pi __ M :.: \t I the cost of Perfect Hot Water Service for your home.


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I.Ja-tlls iiid S11il1glesORLANDC : I PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 I

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ROBINSON & BEARD All Worthington

I Phone 617
I I 4 West Pine Sreet !

4 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

Phone 161 worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I Ir DAVIS & GILES

Victor Starbuck ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW


Phone 161 Rooms 5, G, 7, 8.Davis .-

& McNeill Block
SENTINELWANTS No. 6V.. Pine SI. Orland Fla



I Phone 37
Kettleis _PW'tMl -- -- R. RAY WHITE .
A Bath In A Tea -

The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory u the Greatest W.atAd ATTORNEY LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Medium in Orlando.
from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
a long way Term Cash in Adrsnce. & SALLAS20S

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

And lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the \ For One Day ______________25i
yet For Three Daya ____________50c Phone 597.
of a Gas Water Heater. I For Six Day. _____u________75c
I economy I For One Month ____--_..____$2.30{)
I This rate applies on all ads of L. Percival Hutton

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

will be one cent per word for 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

Means Comfort, Economy, ConvenienceIt's 1 I In-I i ARCHITECT

If can't bring ad to Phone 716
you ycur McNeill Davis Building, Orlando
I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is opened by telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YoweU.Duckworth- Florida.
payable the following day. Bldg

out. I Member }1. A. A.
Every Home-E ery Bunine*- -
Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let u!* Every Man has use for aSentinel
Want Ad.
I Dr. F. F. Thompson
talk it over with you.ORLANDO. III SURVEYING

FOR UtINT house' utifurnlshwl! r 5 Tinting and Sub-Dividing Dentist

t"QtInllil bath, on Itulh im-nue. -

WATER & LIGHT CO J.ll.fi.iH U. MuMiul.' ..It).. I'hone 181. PROMPT( AND ACCUIIATK .Formerly of N.w"rk

' I -- worn no I MOUTH() UU\NUI;
TO HUNT: New liwi!!e, Ju. il-
GAS DEPARTMENTMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM \ Mil "'inil'"liiiitr\ | UMI niul' Ihr-pe" nnun.' HAL A IRISH Over CurtlM it O'Nenl'
suites\ fimilMtetll\ & sunny' Mini' .Ktlhe ttw\\
wltli\ i \Inltt "HnM.it"\ Alan u 11,11.. Civil Knulnevr 1
of ftnir' III' JU* lIultll)' |uHii' +} fll"1\--\.1" \ -\ .
Ml ("IHl'iHIil'lii'ill' ,\ I"HI III'. .Mini' t.Ipd| lth'I ,
"hillP Hi yiMl W.pat t'nlivultl, it\-PItIlP, 47 Wntkltu. '' niiljj. Orlnndn, I plat
Hi mi,I Ill' .,

VOle) HHNT: :=- NU'riy fmiulipilin fII1t11\l1. Phone 72
n\* w littMapj mui\ fuiitfU'p bedti\
nil !ino.lprn, loaNp *>lippt, ==-

IIeto\ Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR, L. H, RAMSOiU

FAIL KENT- Light housekeeping! OFTOMETRItTUKI.ANPO (
rooms} aUo' fl4ti if taken! by the and Counsellor at Inw . FLORIDA
MfatMw.MSaaSOUTIUI / .... .. .I. Bensons{ no i-hjldien} electric lights

II. __,_ _ ___ __ _u ___ city water and bath- Terms rtsason WX FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE
OSO. }0 Vest Concord OF
able, Phone Pat Is & McNeil Uldg AND DO ALL KINDS
11-:!-1''tct :
... . . .. .1111..1111'IIIIII'IIIIIIIII" " ... avenue. ORLANDO, FLA. OrI'ICATREPATRIWOUmbrellas

FOIL KENT- .Furnished pleasant

suite of light housekeeping rooms
WANTED-Clean rags at Sentinel 'covered and repaired
on first floor; bath in connection; electric otfice. 10-13-tf 'while you wait. at young's Repair
. and telephone garage if
lights ;
desired; private family. 312 North WANTED-An elderly lady living Shop, 21 E. Pine St.

APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE [ [ main street. 11 2lmo'FOR alone requires the services of a ca- BUILDING MATERIALS AND

l nished IEXT-Large rooms. with private pleasant family fur-, pable general ironing., middle housework A aged good, white without permanent woman washingor home for ESTIMATESWe

close in. 302 North Orange a\enue. for the right person. Address, with are prepared to furnish estimates -
FLORIDAAll ,y 117ImocFOit references regarding character and on lumber and building material -
capacity A.- B. C., Box 149, Orlando, I' of all kinds. Give our service a
KENT-Furnished suite, two or Fla. 11-5-6t trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
three connectnig rooms, for light 10-19-20t. .
housekeeping. Also single rooms.
: 108 Summerlin Place, near the court LOST I
house. 11-7-6t* A GOOD INVESTMENTs
varieties'of: and Grape- FOR-SALE LOST-On Monday, October 25, be- [ one that will yield a guaranteed
the leading Orange tween Robinson Springs and Orlando income for ten years. We handle income -
FOR SALE-Two splendid furniture via east road between Maitlandand investments yielding 8 per cent
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest wagons, suitable for transfer work. Winter Park, one Fisk red top net regularly. Real Estate Bonds,
Also one small wagon, splendid horse, 34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. Mortgages and Income Investments.Your .
.. .. .. .. two sets of harness. If you are look- A communication from the finder will money should yield 8 per cent
prices .. .. .. .. : ing for something extra good at a be greatly appreciated by D. A. Che- 'in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlan-

bargain, see Oscar Hand & Son. ney, Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf I do. 10-15-lme
.1 11.6tcI
faced watch, on A $3,500 BARGAIN
1 FOR SALE-Three good lots on LOST-Small open
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. pin, between Lake Lucerne and the Ten acre young grapefruit{ grove,
-- -- Will Fell separate if desired. A bar- Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on two; and a half in bearing, new four
gain if taken at once, as the owner back. Return to Orlando Bank and room cottage and bath garage, chicken
needs the money. Address C., care Trust Co. and receive reward. yards and houses' ; one mile from
I Sentinel. 10-30-lm 11-3-tfc city limits, just off brick road.

i [ Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest I FOR SALE-:Model 27 Buick; good OWNER, P. O. BOX 676 11-C-lmc

the above address I condition. Write Box 567. MISCELLANEOUSI I
('f'HSTis'; .
II furnished and unfurnished. Also I citrus trees. All trees I set guar
some splendid lots. Call and see what anteed. Write for prices. Box 222, W. a Heiuhtwvs.
N I have to offer before you buy orrcpt Ocoee Fla. 10-24-lmoc Foreclosure..
MMMMililliililMiMiilMIIHMIIIillMIMMMMICMHMIIHMMMMIMMMFOR Mrs. II B. Leaks 45 East Pinj- I J. D. Finland alias John Jacobs.To

street or 1ii' odPhone; : : 173. I BUYERS AND SELLERSI J. n. Kirkland .lm John J.n>U:
; 10-8-dw.lmo It appearing from the affidavit of W R.Hfn .
I FOR RENT "haw herein filed that the defendant. J. B.
and exchange real Kirkland alias John Jacobs it a resident
sell rent,
buy, ,
----- MONEY
FOR thin
I nf a flute and county other than atate
Orlando, Fla.,
14 on crick estate. Have resided in addrent u Oxeechep, Ga. ;
Furnished house
ten room; that his pnntotTlce
I FOR RENT-A good room unfurnished -
street arranged for light housekeep over 30 years. Have handled over that the defendant U over the age of twentyne -
house, with modern { is in thstate .
I I 'om'en-I location large lot. $20,000,000. Call and see me. yran. and that there no penon
and well ventilated just the ing. Splendid ; LEWTER. the service of a subpoena upon whom
; A.
: lences 10-6-3m .
i house located in I Terms. Owner, lCV.. Concord Ave. K.uld bind the defendant.It
i I thing for a hoarding ; 9-V-3mo* w therefore oniervd that you do appearto
a prosperous, growing town. Apply { the. complainant'. bill herein filed on or
to W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, }-'la.30tk TRACY & SO\tERVILLE-Carpen-: ix,fore the 6th day of Iferember. A. U 1915.
FOR SALE-An elegant parlor or- ters and cabinet makers. Screen I, (the tame being a rule' day of said court
SALE '- I gan, only $:!.">. cost $150. Come andget doors and windows, frames sleeping ,, It w further ordered that this notice be.
it. 822: North Orange avenue, porches, counters, shelving, showcases : I l>ubUhed) Orlando in the Sentinel in the. county a newspaper of Oranite.itate published .
j FOR RENT-Rooms!' for light house- Orlando. 11-G-Otc alterations and' .
refrigerators of I lorida' once a week for four CVDeeutive -
keeping; also furnished bed rooms; ---- additions. We keep a number of .> .eek.... .
two blocks from postotfice. Apply :20:! ;) FOR SALE-Hoosier. and articles for skilled workmen constantly on hand. Nltne.s. II M Rubinimn. Clerk nf our Circuit "
Court and the Deal. of aid Court at the
Palmetto street. 1166t.1 light housekeeping. 418 S. Lake 18 East Church street.: C..urtloW'.. at Orlando, thIS 6tb day ofSovemher.
V A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on l I. street. ll-G-3t" A. U. 1915
\1 FOR RENT-By the season, month, 10-17-1mo.1 ts..aJ.1 It. M. KOItlNSON.: Clerk.
4 or year, one upstairs flat for light FOR SALE OR IEXT-Xice home, LAWN MOWERS Ill M. A. HOWARD. D. C.Wm .
S. West St. $2200. housekeeping; also other rooms, and furnished, ten rooms, bath sleeping I repaired at Orlando Bicycle and .Solicitor Ceirr and for V.Complainant.S.< Starburk.
garage, electric lights and bath in porch; well located} only two blocks. Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc ]I, 11-7-4.w
house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. from business center; desirable neigh-
i I 9-10-tfc borhood. Apply F. G. Rush.11fitfc Delivered every day-Elder Spring I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR
Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & i I FINAL DISCHARGE
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, I Company, Rock TJuflding. Phone 105. In[ Court of County Judge, Orange
FOR SALE SEEDS of Florida-In re
County, State
. in new, modern home; one-half Natal Grass Seed, guaranteed gathered 10-lti-tfc. Estate of Letitia Bardo.
C. A. HOVEY block from Anderson street, near St. I I
Luke's hospital. Reasonable: rates for ripe, Hell cured, and will germinate Drink Elder Spring Water. See or Notice is hereby given, to all whomit
1 instructions are that the 22nd dayof
if our planting concern, on
the Rock may
Margaret street. T. Hull & ,
season. Geo. Company
10-29-tf followed. 4Uc. Ib., delivered cash phone 10-16-tfc December, A. D. 1915, I shall applyto
1 with order. Globe Fruit Co.. Ltd, baiding.! Phone 105. the Honorable Wm. Martin. Judgeof

Leesburg. Lake Co.. Fla. l-4-7tc said Court, as Judge of Probate,
for final discharge as administrator -
First Methodist church: tele- WANTED I I of my the estate of Letitia Bardo. deceased -
:221, or call 14 East Jackson
phone i the same time I
I will ordinarysize and that at
For $7.00 paper any
10-20-tfc all kinds of
street. list
WA-rED-To prop- said Court final accounts -
e O'er500 selections to will present to my
erty for sale or rent. I am having room. \ administrator of said estate
also as
I do at
-- - -- -- choose from. painting
- ------- : for houses fur
-, FOR RENT East Colonial Drive, a manp applications and ask for their approval.
Phone 261, or dropme
house, 6 tarn, half nished and unfurnished. I will be reduced prices.
I rooms garage and I will do the restG. I Dated June 21, A. D.
I I acre truck patch, irrigated. Jacobs glad to list what you have. Mrs. a postal BARDO. Administrator.
D. S.
Try a Sentinel Want Ac]I iii Grove U-4-6t Co.* Orlando. Telephone. Phone H. B. 179.Leake 45 East 10-8-dw-lmo Pine street. C. Schultz Box 385, Orlando.1-10-31-lmo I 624wkly6mo.ilher



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LOCAL AND) PERSONAL IMIMili I II . II II . ; ;-;'--1' . II 11-. . II III 11111111 1111 Illllllilltilllilll- -- .

Hon. John C. Jones left last eveningfor
Tampa where he will spend today
on professional business.

New picture moulding for framing

[ P Bring your pictures to Curtis &.
O'Neal, book and music store.

Mr. A. W. Lastinger of DeLeon
Springs, was among the well known ,
visitors to Orlando yesterday.
TED 1893 Prepare for.

1. J. MUSTARIl the chiropodist
THE \ Office over McKlroy B drug l-ll-0-12tc otore. 1

STATE BANK Mrs. L. II. Fulton" of InttrlnchenFla. .
. ., I is attending. the W. C. T. U.rontentlun "THE"( AUTUMN OFLIFE"fly
OF \ and is I staying nt the Km'

/i ORLANDO 1 (1'"t' 1 htltl.,

1wt'lIt.twlt )"rnrA' nprlM' In the nlTnlm of Mr. J. II. Leevn< over from hili
Ititrtklittf wmMf in I to im-tifut, nod l twi-l *tlill limit III Ovlt iK., )"*(ttI.III(. ? IlI'N'Ihill+
rtntoitipM. "M' many/ fik'hiU, iiml lnuklniMr IIfI.. saving a definite
.*. .,111| nf our (
'II"|| iniuiitKHMNil tlf' Oil"I I''"""* !IIHA, eit'lHtVoiflI. i b+islnNSA. !tttttltNtil .

\I.. pursue rt I'H'tMi'MlVP'; H "% \\11 I 1,1' 11I.t',1. ', |III l( amount each wcclf We
ltd tintllnMili .and H'lli-l, MlMly,," l ll Iha I.-*HIUinte ,, \\Vi M. IIi Wahl* one nf. U te.|In'a
lit,.." of Imtibltn?, tiIsti.I i' 1I1t\,1 All+t. II 1'1'1,1111"1"IIPII have several> plans) Let
run' K\ruTY' : AND (niAH.UTiw( ( >: & oi' I \ ),..,,1.,1,,I,.y inHitf OI".h''I',$ \ '

\\ 'I'III' HANK\ I IH IIKI'LHriHII, ;( '; IN ITUI.OUI8 (11"-III"_ 1 us explain' them
I'O() ITOU' () ( .
UI) .
fjah uriil pyftter* itct4va 1 ll l ddlly'
(iiiIe@r 1 II.( M. Self & CP:= 1 1-ltItHftl -- --
k MABPBY ._. __--_---President!
pf the
P 4' Mn I H 4t llart one buMantMl ,
T J'ICTON WAJU.OWS -- Vice-l'resident' CHMPI; of the I baba TuKtU section -
& WATEH3 HOWB u ____-___Cashier! ia in (Orlando) this. week in attendance The Peoples National Bank
& \, NBWKW. -p .\sOt, Cashier upon the criminal court w..

juryman. HIt Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Mr. and Mrs. James Messer, oj
Kennewa Falls, W. Va., have arrived
in Orlando to spend their first season.
They have pleasant apartments on
West Central.Mr. .

T. O. Melton, chief of police of
-_ Daytona, and Mr. J. L. Odum, one of
-... the leading butchers of that city were
in Orlando yesterday attending the
criminal court.

REO 1111111111111111111111111..11.1.1..1..1. . MIIIIIIIMtHiMBMIIIIMBMIIIillMHIIIilM'
Ride Ilamrick's jitney bus 5c.
' ' 1"1'' .
AT A BARGAINRun Miss Lillian Fuller, of Interlachen,
arrived in Orlando yesterday to at-
tend the W. C. T. U. convention, andis
less than 1200 miles. $650 making her home at the Empire
Come quickHaynes..Hupmobile

Circuit court will convene in VoluMI \.
county this morning in fall ses SPECIAL
Salesroom sion. Several attorneys going. over
from Orlando yesterday, among them
being State's Attorney Jos. II. Jones.
Hudson 33 Touring Car

Messrs. J. D.I and W. J. Uru Jock
und n.! II. Holland, of IK-Land were
Excellent Condition
in Orlando yesterday from Ihl.tonnin
attendance upon the criminal court
being here as witnesses in the E. Hliryan .

\4/ RIDE in Ilamrick's Jitney Bus out
hour 12 miles for 30e. 8 28-tft

Mrs. J. C. IJuxton of Winston-
Salem, N. C., is visiting Capt. It. W. San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando j

Ilelo at the Wyoming. hotel, for a few
New Ford Home tla[ )'!!. Capt. lielo has been indisposed
recently and his many friends are '
Now Open peruting.pleased that he is now rapidly recu Daytona

Among the delegates reaching Orlando -
:Uuy-ll South Orange. Avenue
Telephone .'(US last evening to attend the state
W. C. T. U. convention which meets .
In Orlando today were Mm. J. It.
FOUl ACCESO1IES-T1ItES' WrathtTnl, of ")('l.n'III' and Mr\ *. llron- j s..44.4-.4...., ..._. # 't r.. . r T ........ ... r y. ,...... ..... .'t.c 1.$44., .... 1' .., #'

riiniui. ; :U
stopping' at the WiHola.Mr. .. .. . . . . . . . . -.r
.mill. : rnnuii. : : ) AIR
and 1\1\ r... f'. V. Twnnrr winning ,,,rp
",111th( (Mi Ford Home four lord Home.' tht veil !kitotth and t'IIh"'llI..1 Who Will Be Your Executor?

"'Ul'h* of I'lne 'little upending nV-
mil htnim In Oilitiidn) prs1et'duygrret( ,
hIll lauds and tluli' "iit'tliii? buetnars, ANSWKK NO. a
-- -- -_ -
Mr. TIUIIUT spurts t tlilmr In gat"+anl I Idlrl.t i N
Your estate !I'Q materially lmpalre.1 M M
t. 1 u|, llU M-ftlllll MMiii being III 1\ "floutt,,,h may tit MOIi""Ir ':
; rnntlitlun. remit of tin appointment I '
or tru tfrp.
--- --
t: IL n j'
Hi,IB HamrkkU jitney bus. f f, When a" Individual! ( appointed: j

. *. ... . ........ ..... . . . . . . ..I 1.UHt. The financial responsibility U generally weaker

1.lUmI'I'IP'S: It U usually provided! in wills that the person # ,+ :
nominated to serve aa executor shall be excused! J
(p ,) '
from giving bonds a
Some of the largest apples ever k
Have Your Christmas seen in Orlando were received yesterday When surety bonds are supplied it ia at the ex-
by :Mr. Frank Osborne from pense of the estate, and then only partial secu rq ;,;
his nephew :Mr. Everett Osborne, of
rity against loss is provided.
East Windsor Conn. In looks they
Selections ReservedThe
When a Trust Company is selected- 1 { "t
were decidedly the finest that the Sentinel -
scribe has ever seen. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
; is secured.A .
payment of a small deposit on any article will insure i
.V DELIGHTFUL BAM) CONCERTThe bond which has behind it the entire financial
its being held for :you until you want it later on.
strength of the Institution is always filed with
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from .
Mcintosh band rendered a delightful the Probate Court 3* most to the estate.
our stock while it is still complete without anticipatingyour
at Eola park Sunday -
readiness to paVe program Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
afternoon which was largely at- _
\ invite you to take full advantage of this offer, / of this newspaper. R 'ewseA" '; "
tended. Many excellent and varied
and to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase.
numbers were played. The concert

proved popular and should be contin Come in any time and freely ask for further s ; t-
ued. information on this vitally important subject.
You are always welcome and our offics are always -
SKATING: KINK: glad to advise. r.a>

Roller polo tonight. November Pth.

T. H. EVANSJEWELER -Admission-lOc.--DootorsBiickinnstiT--. ,1-11-SMtc. .. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

[ fr BI'IIIHIUI'!! Orlando* Florida

iftstftidinfl OSfEOl'ATltdI'efwihftl !)! l Under( Mrt !Pill Capital, Surplus and Profits/ $141,000.00ISCORPOltA

It t Klfksville, Mo:
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