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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 10, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00557
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINEL





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YORK TO DOWNFKOSERBnCESADVANCE ANCONA GENOA GOES NEW BilLIONS Will BE I I GREAT BRITAIN DELAYS:! RIDEOOD AVE I OPENING SESSION W.IT.T.U. MEXICO IS NOT IN



CARGO RELEASESTATE



f SPENT Till S.BY DEPT. PROTESTS I PETITIONS FORSIDEYALKS ADDRESSES CONFERENCE OF WELCOME SUCHASADCONDITION A


Bulgarian Column Pushed Back; AGAINST DELAY IN ADJUSTMENT BY PROMINENT LOCAL

French Retake 1\leh"en FRANCE CASES I 1 ( PEOPLE FEATURE


Heights, and Connect $45,000,000; of American
Goods
Inspiring Speeches Mark Opening .
With Serbs FRENCH Held in Neutral Ports
COMMERCIAL COMMISSION by
AND CITY GRANTS SAME of Thirt ".second An-
British Order in SITUATION IS NOT ALARMING
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ARRIVES ON GIVING COMR. JOHNSON nual Meeting FloridaW.

+ ITALIAN STEAMSHIP SUNK + LINER LAFAYETTE Council C. T. U. SAYS OFFICIAL

+ + POWER TO ACT


++ Rome, Nov.BULLETIN 9.-The: Italian ++ THE E U. S.WILL GET FRENCH f MONEY 1 delay partment Washington of Great has, Nov.protested Britain 9.-The against state the de At before the Methodist a very large church audience last evening and STATEMENTCAHNZAHASUWAND


+ steamhhip Ancdna, of 8,210 Ions, + in releasing AIITEMFJIRTHEEOIAPARKCity under the most ORDER
conditions
+ goods owned by American importers s auspicious ,
with 339 steerage passengers on + Five Million Dollars in Orders and held at Rotterdam and elsewhereby the thirty-second annual
+ board, has been May Install meeting of
, sunk. One hundred + a White Wad-
+ lives are reported lost. + Will Be Given U. S. in the operation of the British orderin the Florida Woman's Christian Tem Carranza Has Captured Impor-
System if Cost Is Not
council. Prohibitive -
+ + Next Few Months Is perance Union was formally' opened. tant Place in Sonora; Villain
An official of the state departmentsaid Other News The sessions will
+ The Ancona arrived at New + continue until Friday Retreat

+ York from Genoa October 10. + PredictionNew today that "every possible expe of Council evening. The feature of last Towards

.
+ She was on her return trip when + dient appears to have been resorted toby evening's program was the formidable Naco

York Nov. 9.-Billions of dollars the British government to hamper I array of local who
+ sunk, presumably by a subma + A White Way system for Eola men delivered ad-
+ rine. + will be spent in this country on an expeditious, handling of the releases -I I Park, sidewalks for Ridgewood avenue dresses of welcome. Miss Minnie E. Washington, Nov 9.-The state department .

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + industrial, commercial and agricul which were promised long ago and drainage matters were the Neal, of Jacksonville, state president, today gave out its first official -
Great Britain apparently demands I presided. statement of the actual conditionsin
tural materials, if plans of the French II principal things discussed and acted
I a lot of obviously Following :\ since he of the
Serbian Situation unnecessary at an organ voluntary and recognition
upon yesterday's
commercial session of the
commission which arrived formation in-I
in fact she wants a : council. a devotional service conducted by Rev. Carranza government. The state-
city
. Saloniki Nov. 9.-The French retook today on the liner Lafayette are suc plete history of every case and in our I A J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist ment says that conditions in Mexicoare
Metven petition signed
by
from
Height the
Bulga- many property
cessful. judgment is insisting on non-essential church, Miss Neal made a few prelim- such as might be expected in any
rians and advanced to Fans twelve details." owners petitioned for a sidewalk on
All the I inary remarks and introduced country which has passed through
miles northeast of Perlepe. money which France spentin both sides of Ridgewood avenue between Judge
Direct the past in Germany for machineryand Officially devised figures on thevalue West street and The T. PictonYarlow, who spoke in be- about six years of civil war, and those
communications thus Broadway.
between the Serbian are forceholding established equipment will be spent here, the of goods held up by the order in total frontage represented by the half of the city of Orlando. His ad- hopeful for a restoration of order andlexico'iJ
s council at Rotterdam and other pe dress :\ former
filled believe
neutral was with rich prosperity
commissioners said and thoughtsand
the Bauna and the as a guar tition is 1,361 feet, and the total
passes antee with their prediction ports subject to special permits he was frequently applauded. that there is now a chance for themto
something frontage both
French army. The Bulgarian column on sides of the streetis
descending the Treska river valley like $5,000,000 in orders will be given for release show a total of about ${5,- 2,006 feet. The petition was granted Mayor Sperry was next introduced, improve.The .

American 000,000. who spoke briefly, that famine in Mexico City is a
and Tetovo road was thrown back manufacturers within the and referred to Commissioner asserting it "
by next few months. The goods in question are those Johnson was a rare privilege to extend the thing of the ast. Food is in abundance -
the with
Serbians to
north of Krusevo. power act. Signers
which were contracted for by keys of the city to such a noble and arriving there daily. The
of the or-
The petition A. N
situation of the Serbians be- Amen-// were Goodwin,
can importers previous to the ganization. railroads have been transferred from
Want Steel and Iron
fore E. H. J. B.
Monastir is improved and Monastir of McNeill Lawton. \\. H
the British order in of Rev. E. T. Poulson the mihtay authority to civil officers who
is no longer directly threatened. New York. Nov. .-Five membersof Hill, F. X. Schuller, W. A. Ross, Rachael next speaker -
!March 11. I welcomed the W. are now endeavoring to put the railroads
C. T. U. dele- -
the French industrial and commer ; A.: Child, Alexander Dodds, :\1. J.
cial landed Wade, J. M Ross gates on behalf of the churches, stat- back on a running schedule.
SOUTH FLOIUD.CIIA commission here today George Mernman, I
IBER OF from the steamship Lafayette and; ROSE STILL SELLING REALTY A. S. Kivett.Commissioner. ing that every church was linked in Mexico City and all the other large

COMMERCEThe said the closest bonds of loyalty and love towns are controlled by Carranza and
they came to arrange for the Robertson recom-
.purchase after Hardly a day but what mended 't that with each other. His address sparkled law and order has been restored as
South Florida Chamber the war, of at least passes Mr the city install a White
Commerce will meet tomorrow of I$160,000,000 worth of structural iron) Walter W. Rose, the hustling real estate Way system for Eola Park. He wall with gems and he was frequently applauded rapidly as possible.

morning and steel, dealer, does not make sale of ascertain the Mr C. E. Howard, chairmanof Villa Retreating
at the tourist machinery and industria I a cost of such a system
Court street. The headquarters business on supplies. All supplies of this character desirable property in Orlando or ad I and report at the next or an early the board of education, spoke in Washington, Nov. Dispatches to
session behalf of the schools. He the war department that Gen.Carranza's .
will of the commissioners said, were formerly jacent thereto. Yesterday he sold to meeting. paid a beau- say
occupy most the morning. In from Mr. Lawrence Lawton a build- The and tiful tribute to the women and espe- troops have captured Her-
the afternoon imported Germany. pretty 'I city Board of Trade public-
auto ride (
will
an be ing lot in Orange Park, and just what ity committees indorsed an advertisement cially Frances E. Willard, the founder mosillo, in Sonora. Details of the
the
given visitors by the Orland of the battle are lacking but
organization.Mr. war depart-
FUNERAL SERVICES that young gentleman intends the East
Board of Trade. FOR MRS. doing I in Florida Annual com-
HARDY with it, he has not disclosed even to pany's magazine.A C. P. Dow, in behalf of the Or- ment officials believe the fall of Her-

his most intimate friends But whatever I I communication received lando Board of Trade, welcomed the mosilio explains the movement of

NEW COMPANY Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian M. he does, it is absolutely certain time ago from Dickinson & Dickinson some, delegates to the city and briefly stated Gen. Villa back toward Naco.

Hardy, wife of Mr. II. E. Hardy, were: that he had made no mistake in buy- I attorneys for Mrs. Spenner, relativeto the tremendous influence which the I Senator Ashurst, of Arizona, today
Mr. Geo. A. Hutchinson has taken : Orlando W. C. T. U. had wrought the suggested to Secretary Lancing and
held yesterday afternoon from the ng realty, as it is gilt edge. damages resulting to her in commercial -
the agency for the Boston Fire Insurance The other propertyon life of the nation. Mrs. A. L. Acting Secretary of War Major Gen-
purchaser
residence Mr. Kuhl
on West Central avenue,, was Joe i avenue from recent rains,
company, for Orange county Hodgson well Forde, president of the Civic League, eral Scott the establishment of a neutral -
Mr. Chas. T. Spencer, of the Chnsta- a known traveling man :;claimed that the damage amounted to
The company has a capital of $7,000.- of Atlanta Ga. gave a short address in behalf of that zone four miles wide in Mexican
delphian church, officiating. Mr. who bought a very I I$1,395.. It was referred to the city

000. Spencer read several Scriptural pas desirable lot in Lakeview Heights, I I solicitor, Hon. L. C. Massey, who yesterday organization. Owing to Mr. J. II.Reese's territory to include Agua Prieta,

and and contemplates building in the inability to be present his Naco and Nogales.
sages delivered a most comfort near returned the communication to

ing and beautiful sermon which future. the city council advising that the address in behalf of the Press was

HAD 3 MINUTES TO SPAREStudebaker touched deeply the hearts of those ment of the claim be refused.A pay- read The by addresses Rev. Ley. of welcome DACIA GOES TO BOTTOMGerman

present. The services were concluded ATTRACTIVE W. C. T. U. W'INDOS building permit will be grantedto were
brought to a close by Mrs A A.
with a Interment Mrs Elizabeth J.
Smith
prayer. was in for certain
Finishes 250 MilePer Gould, president of the local W. C. T.
Greenwood. I
improvements on her building at the Submarine Finally Dispatches -
Day Schedule U., who told of the
Within growth of the
There were many floral offerings Orlando business men vied with southeast: corner of Court and Pine organization Dacia Seized by a
I
I
Specified Time-Roads and as a conclusion to her
attesting the love of countless friends each other yesterday in preparing streets.

"FiftFift>;" for the deceased and Mr. Hardy. Sev artistic and appropriate window displays address the entire membership of the French Cruiser in

eral beautiful numbers favorites of to be in harmony with the spirit I CRIMINAL COLRT local Union seated on the north side February

The following telegram from R. O the deceased were rendered on a Vic of W. C. T. U. week. Those who put of the auditorium arose in concert

Compton, the Sentinel's represent- trola, as had been requested by her. forth much effort in arranging window Criminal court continued singing a special song of welcome to Algiers, Algeria, Nov 9, via Paris.
t its grind the delegates.. :Mrs. Gould presented -The French steamship Yser, for-
tive in the The
Studebaker Sentinel
Reliabilit unites with others displays were: YowellDuckworth ,
many yesterday, several
: miner case'being Miss Neal with merly known the Dacia
beautiful as which
I a bouquet of was
Run, was received last night from in an expression of sympathy to Co, Dickson-Ives Co., the Fein- disposed of.
Miami Mr. I flowers as a token of the local Union's seized by a French cruiser last February -
Hardy. The pall bearers wereMessrs. berg Clothing Store the Peoples '

"The finish as required for the two I: Young, Stimmell, Wade, and I Bank, Estes' Drug Store, Guernsey I' TIIF11 \THER esteem for her, Miss Neal respondingwith ', while carrying a cargo of cot

hundred and fifty mites of the Studebaker 'Williams. Hammond &. Gore had Hardware Store Orlando Cafe a word of thanks. ton from the United States to Ger-
Following this Miss Susie I( many, has been torpedoed and sunk
I' I I Magruder -
Reliability Run was made just charge of arrangements.. Branch's Book Store, Curtis & O'Xeal.I' For Florida: Fair today light
; / rendered by a German submarine.
three I a delightful solo, "I Love
minutes before the time was and many others. I northwest winds. I
called. LANE 1- the U. S. A.," being accompanied on
On the trip from PREDICTS -- _
Daytona to EX-SOLDIERS -- -- - _
--- ===== =-=c- - :- -
I the piano by :Miss Roberta Branch I New picture moulding for framing.
Miami we had several bad delays, but WILL CH\\GE THE WORLD :
Millions Of Responses to the addresses of welcome Bring your pictures to Curtis &
no trouble with the car. Splendid Tiny Frogs Were ; I ,
O'Neal, book and
delivered
i were by Mrs Mary music store.
roads the latter part of the journey Raleigh/ N C.-The world is upon I

made the run a thing of rare delight. I I.R. I the verge of great changes and in Left And Atkinson of Jacksonville, Mrs. Sherfy' j
. O ''these the High Dry By "Flood"ome Bourn of Dade City, and :Mrs. Charles
Compton.
i(:battlefields men of Europe now fighting will probablytake on the I DeGarmo of Cocoanut Grove. |1'.1 K. P. DISTRICT T MEETING G GThe



INDIGNANT N G AT BRITAIN I I the of lead the, interior Franklin, told K. Lane the mem-, secretary street While awoke the residents from of their South slumber Lake their!' element days ago in, and the were Jonestown largely sec-in school Excellent orchestra.by music the was After Methodist rendered the Sunday at intervals district meeting- of the Knightsof

bers of the State Literary and His- Tuesday programan Pythias was held yesterday at Eus-
and
morning looked out tion After
the
had
upon waters informal
passd reception was extendedto tis,
a large
torical Association here this their very delegation of Knights
Washington, Nov. 9.-Growing indignation "Unless I am greatly mistaken evening it is sight lawns which, yards and the street, the from the face of the earth, and these the visitors in the church parlors, attending from Orlando. Welcome
greeted them
at the acts of oppression not from California or from Kansasor they will not was one creatures were left high and dry on refreshments being served. The pro- Lodge No 9, always noted for beinga
soon forget. There
committed by f e entente allies from Wisconsin that traditional thousands of were terra firma, they began hopping gram of today's sessions may be boosting lodge, congregated in front

against the commerce of the United forms and ideas to small "spring" frogs around, and many had managed to found on page 5. lof the Yowell-Duckworth company'sstore
are receive their jumping all over the face of reach that
States creation : thoroughfare.
and
other
neutrals is being next great challenge he yesterday about fifty strong
said, "but There I'
voiced bj public men now in Wash- from one or more of the were more of these little I By noon they had almost entirely W. C. T. U. AUTO RIDE and under the leadership of J. D.
nations now creatures than "Carter had "
ington for the oats. com- Barnes chairman
of
coming session con- at war"tral I Just where were seated in and
crress --- --- ----- -- they came from was at i mission by the warm penetrating rays An automobile ride for the 'visiting assigned to ,various automobiles, all

Great Britain especially is the ob- commerce by making a demandfor wiseacres first beyond the the comprehension of the i of Old Sol, or ground to pieces by delegates to the W. C. T. U. convention spinning away at about 3 o'clock.
oldest
or
ject of inhabitant. No 1 traffic on the pavements. scheduled for
resentment. is today, startingat The
, the immediate cessation of the following were some of the
one could be found
One for some time who I In the vicinity of the sink hole and 1:30
| o'clock from the
important Democratic Presbyterianchurch.
senator, Knights to from
acts complained of, from the decks of coId explain the go Orlando: Messrs.
a warm friend of President Wilson, our battleships, and I would send cause of the invasion the 1 adjacent country, it is said by All owners of cars are requested Duckworth, King, Brundage, Wicoff
who declined to They were not at all like the 1 those who visited the scene, that it to bring them
permit his be out this afternoon W. P. Watson W.
name to them into British waters for the purpose Irishman's flea, B. Watson, Hassler,
they all
used because his were going "in was one which beggared description.The .
statement might em- of making that demand." one direction and Caplmger, Larsen, Barnes, Bennett,
were making tracks
barrass the frogs were seen in innumerable
president in his effort to Members of congress are seriously northward fast Estes, Holbrook, H. Raehn, Griffin
bring Great Britain to as as they could. j numbrs, piled upon one another, sev- REPAIRING SEWERS
terms Dale
through considering what steps may be takento After investigating the Self Newell Bellamy, Green
matter it.i eral inches
diplomatic channels deep. In the roads where
had this to say': provde a legislative remedy for was learned that all Wyndham, Westover, Brokaw, Fields
"If I had my way I would settle I conditions they believe have become the land recently they overflowed came from I I there were any ruts, they would completely Work was started yesterday on repairing Roland, Weathersbee Sloan, Yowell,
this question of by the ] cover the rims of vehicles the breaks
oppression of our neu- intolerable. 't'idal wave" which visited I as in the sanitary Salomon, Jansen, H. Siewert of Winter -
this
section 1 they passed them.
over sewer on South street. Park, and others.



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South Florida Sentinel \ \Mi II dune'" to r"I.iI' HMich cue I SEED BURNING

MONMINO' AND W1I tit Uiul hut ling thU\ ,I'illli ftuikpf Itilk A tin' in\r:

ft Issl\NTII\..1 t''Ioll:!' "".."... -M..arKslsrr Itdlluw : Inks HIP I'un.llr., (Ilea( would think
t' lakem nil i.iinlU' in I the .Igie wnoutTfiing I'hrtflrM' M I. Mirbluu."' in I the \11ilIII'" ,
sours, \\ trllitlg
seed from imv \ 'Ii
t uul tU'M\ our
Mlmultl garden (
......*.. ftl OhIMM4F'tar. iwil why you buy your
'
: 'l ftl Ito | thut till the \\luil makes U i'IU gleul illlil liollyNuturthltectuit
,
t
the
14*. IItI M....'sd l t't 1_ Mod l M.H.f, hunt ,Meet and :" ) gitu-eful alteit.:tl-l. through the column of this JWJHT that wo burn our aid ileU'ruiml *etul. Testingvery I'ol..d 1-
---- -liuUIiClurTIONT- ; Tu\t>*\ were. burned.1hut vrunt \ :Not" fttctoie| : e> '..n.c-I! length, uoml thing but burning them mikes doubly sure you will get fresh, giH.nl (>uiut

D "". I Via I ..' . ,. . ." " .. ,' UJ* citrus fruits. were. rotting on the trees, Hut( men, who see the chic wrong I seed Some merchants don't care very much about their reputation, therefore sell tluu
Mu.lhn. ,....". was the worst of And gin their lives tu make it
,. that county I
P.I.il,, a Moalh. .............,....... IPtlly -** OrAnge right, old and unreliable seed.
I> Manlfe . ,. .,..,.......... ,.0 the lot, and that even human being I
I " I citrus canker in their hair And turn its darkness into light. Italian live Seed, Ib.______________12 l.2c
... .. ... ..,. ... . . ., "(.00 had the
,
W..hy. i y r-- --- As a matter of fact Orange county What makes a city full of power? I White Bermuda Onion Seed, Ib,______$ ,:!)
-4II.- UBliCIUPTION8 FAYABLB IN is free from citrus canker, there has Not wealth's display nor titled I White Bermuda Onion Seed, 1-2 Ib,____$1.25: *

----- ADVANCR-- never been a case here and for the I fame, titled Cabbage Seed, Ib.____________$150 to $?: .50
TO ADVERTISERS Us of one small section the entire Not fame wealth's, display nor Dwarf Essex Rape, Ib.________ ________loc

C." for *M>I., ... all ,'''er b..-.*t state has had to suffer. Not fashion's loudly boasted claim Turnips Seeds, Ib,______________30c to GOc
...U....1..( ...* k. k...... la s1h.than. h..i.w.e. 1 The following news item is interesting But women, rich in virtue's dower, English Peas, qt._____________________25c
.U* * ..... .. for nntnct sderd.iaet It I. great,
tB.trUbl 1'' (. and will fc. strictly . -- CankerSt.
Citrus
S itmel discontinued Fla. J. A. Miller I
decking Tb Petersburg, -- What makes a city men can love
should notify the otherwue office in writing it will on be.o.tlnued..t citrus canker inspector for Not things that charm the outward I We all kinds of flower bulbs in stock, give us a call.
of expiration carry
the Ute that only one
district, reports
tbe.'rCJJllar .ub.erlption r Ua.ntil this sense,
notice to stop .. received. canker infection has been discov- Not display of opulence,
.. ...... ... J4 in 30 days gross Hi. ZDE3-A 2 T
Tdtphon X.. -r ered in Pinellas county But right, that wrong can not remove, 0"::: ..
han .
past, and that two groves And truth, that faces civic fraud,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915: had the quarantine lifted. Thereare And smites it in the name of God.
five other groves quarantined "The Di'ue: f\ll.d Seed Mnn"
but he believes that canker has This is a city that shall standA
Orlando-Kis-
PROPRIETOR
That newly bricked l been eradicated from 1'mellas. light upon a nation's hill,
simmee road is a thing of beauty. The infected tree last discovered A voice that evil can not still.
o was a small stock received froma A source of blessing to the land; CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
of
in the northern part
shall see if Uncle Sam is nursery Its strength not brick nor stone
Now we the state that the plant Lo.udhas wood
nor
going to lick John Dull's boot. ordered_ fire.its entrie* :... nursery destroyed Put justice, love and brotherhood. FLORIDA
a by
:\1 r.hlle: r is much gratified dISlemons'
Family jars may come and family that in less than a year the dread
jars may go but new jars keep on disease has been wiped from -

jarring us foiever. I'UK'llas county.* will hcontinue owever re ,ular.theinspection ]Pansy Plants, RoseBushes .A. B. Cook & Co.

D ly.I He says that some alarms: Pine Castle
Just glue, your ryes to the uds. in are caused by people thinking Petunia Christ Building, Orlando.
thin paper und you will not eonunt citrus scab is citrus canker., The Millinery' ,

to think of going unywhere. vise to do is scab easily has: been treated hero it for is said.years: and Nurseries \ I Plants

your Christmas sIioping.Again Nurserymen hu\e been forced to TII.UI\G:' MATERIALS. .

-nri to-ponderously re- ulfer, prospective orange and ,grupo Pine Castle Fla. I.ADir.S: HATS Leave your orders here INCOME:' INVESTMENTS:' :'
we e
fruit growers have fought shy of miu>Kr.vs::; HATS
and! fouls
murk that kings, emperors
nrt responsible for this wun. And the Florida have been because spread! the broadcast erroneous that reports the first class nnd I We offer a choice selection of
Has orange
wide of his .violet Dell Florist.J.M.CARUTUERS
fool killer is shooting state was gripped by a dread! disease grape fruit trees, ready to plant. Indies VeUet Hats at $::,00, $3.00, Unproductive Property Made to field
.
mark. I
n which us it mutter of fact lurked in We olTer only first class trees $4.00. $:i.lJO, Jfi.OO. An Income.Plans .

freaks and! one locality. One or two trees show. budded from prolific bearing i FMimales Furnished Our
has and (
Kansas produced I anti
$1.50 up.
ing signs of cankerous growth have trees of known quality We Children Hats $1.00. I I
freaks, but the fellow who was divornd condemned whole county. Watson I Our styles are BO Joutl-antl our I 'hon. &09. 408 South Lake Bl Clients Free
n also have the genuine :
,
that he spent
the will
for reason that
Let the newspapers unite in showing watermelon seed. No melons prices! are BO reasonable you
entirely too much money on his own in this store the best!' place in the
the world that the groves whipped from where we savedour find our
all shout sit ,
wife, rather goes them
Buffering front citrus for millinery.
city
fair state ate nut !'('ell. Melons weighed from
better. canker, that the trees and proves 20 to 45 pounds!' Catalogue ,
-- o -- I unit nursery stock 'in' In a healthy con- Kreo. Siemens' Millinery

Nothing that we have Keen or heard .litlon, nail that more producers' me Store Hear the

recently gave us greater pleasure! heeded Htop this citrus canker talk' I
than the fact that the i"harp! hate get down tu the truth show the! real, i

iuply| | given the hucksters, porters' ? I and not the unreal' condition
mtllrttitt-g and 'ttewi"te!t the tip that RagsoHle OrchestraWednesday
leas ltol e Ml the ilepnlfl'" would lIN l hegltntl \viii: no% I; IilSlIM, 1111.: FOR SALE!

)' atgirrrlnlaiI.Nuratnbar" Nu)', bon' iln ynti nil H'IIIt'IIIItirhti\
u IIIIIe wheli wit ware 1''gq'er t'e'l I"I"I( My) 111.1.11"| miner 1 iiotlli' I id<< 'mil11 I pitfiiiiil hour tall. IRl I IVH runt MMItll'l ''
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llutl
Ihu illy, llu y will > In it set ellmlopt Ietlul.Iblulla' mliiiul, trmilkpia HIP' tUfii( Ihu u
"
11I".1 l' fiijuyiiMi" lime nf lh.,>lr llvna, rely\ in thu .1,1.,, hIII 1'1'1'\11"| i CHARLES P. DOW Lucerne Pharmacy
ulllttf
.? l''iuiu
Oilmulu
nf llm it tllllll''I, lluiu
'I'hr)' ii<|Mt>."Ml the |lest piniplii" '
flute, itnt\ llu-lr it>|Hiii4'" ftlHiut Mlii in I'M .11.1111". I IligllWtOH HIM lentil ifulNpulkling Phone No. 2 Orlando, Fla,
.h".I" haee
111411114. will\\ here t>xt't>|iUumtl\ vauet11dntl .= I lakai, ptetly -
UIN| &r1ll..1 blU'kt'd llglianys, 11II"" .
letrupulle I ,
.,... uutalder' happy\ U-fiiiu Im rrully I
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rend'ive' the ('it) lluautiful\ Shot for !
Hot Buyers
1.Uturiurt1Unh)11I1: \ and j press na.oeialloua -

luing( the' lid. tivrn nf the ItI-l) IWoSI'I.I.illS:\ : rouiv .i.r.cs.: I
quill together und are *ij|>pti>>t
acre-----------------------------$0.110_ _ __ _ ___ __
) und pinnuite friendships' but inkpite Atlanta.-The tragic experiences of acres on lake, per Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .
of them und other! civilizing influences have been, duplicateil Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne--------- --------$1150.01) ,
Timon of Athena just ________________S250.00
the old Adam remains. In by 111': Russell: of Atlanta Several Lots north of Lake Kola: ______ PAID UP

u contest for public printing, tho a man who, though not so great aphilosopher Our Malta' thin year U -lldruains Only For Our Hujcrs. Leave T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pre and Mgr.

profit on which might not amount to as the Attic misanthrope, the terms to meOrlando ORLANDO FLORIDA
$,r>0, one distinguished molder of pub. is nevertheless not unknown to fame. ,
lic opinion shot down and done unto and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
"When I had $ OtlO) a big automobile I
death brother. N'o doubt lath of Real Estate Co.
a welcomed in
I was always '
these gentlemen have from time to Russell Florida and Western Meats
Mr.:
the best saloons, says E. B. BRADLEY
time denounced the hip-pocket arsenal musing on the vicissitudes of fate, 'I Fish Vegetables Game lace
and! the ready six-shooter, and like "but now I haven't got a cent they 12 WATKINS:' BLOCK PHONE jOt Oysters, Poultry, ,

good citizens they have deplored and throw me out of doors." .1 Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

discountenanced murder and other And Ked's lament does more or less i Business' 135 P'. O. BOX aa6
forms of crime. Unfortunately it is accurately discribe exactly what has PHONES \ Residence' (133 Cor. Orange Ave and Church St.

much easier to preach than it is to
happened to him. For some years
and much easier to tell others -
practice past he has been a prominent figureon
what to do than to do it ourselves.The Decatur street. Two years ago he

man who wrote, "I see the right was in a railroad accident and had

and I approve it, too, condemn the both his legs cut off. He got $..0.000in i FERTILIZERFresh The 1Jet

wrong and still the wrong pursue; damages, bought a pair of fine cork

spoke not for himself alone, but for legs and a racing automobile painted OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

humanity in general.Memphis red, in honor of his nickname. shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
Xows-Scinitar. For six months Red was popular.
--o- I He took his friends to ride and just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns Flowers and Gardens.Get FRESH AND SALT MEATS

EXPENSE OFAirrOMOIULING bought wine. The bartenders in the yours now.Orlando. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

: beer saloons were always glad to see Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh i

1:. S. Toljambe, a statistical writerin him, for it meant a round of drinks I and pure.

the Automobile Trade Journal, has for everybody. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
given some interesting figures regard- Even the police were lenient with Seed & Produce Co. everything in the Meat Line.
ing the amounts spent in the operation him when he skidded on two wheels! I

of automobiles in this country and nearly shaved the buttons off the 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 IT. I\tI. Self t1s. CowPHONE :
lie estimates that there are approximately patrol o-.cer's coat for Red in spiteof

2,235,000; automobiles in operation the fact that you can scratch a NO. 80 PINE STREET j '

in the United States at the match on his neck, had a generous

present time, not including some Oll,- smile and a kindly heart.
000 or more motor truck. lie assumes Well Ked went away and when he \ I '

that it would be fair to allow came back his pockets were empty M II1111 Ml I M I M 111 It 11111 i II It It< ,
the owners between SJO.000,000\ and atilt his coats were framed. Gone was \ Quality Smartness and Long' Life
1100,000.000 for the entertainment ol the big touring car. Gone were the 't

their guests at roadhouses, aside from $: \\1Iln.( Hut with the same kindlyfeeling Yankee and CanucksY !' .
GLIDE
A SILVER
the cost! of their oil gay and tire*'. He) toward! humanity as! when he \
who ute fun?= y A COMFOUTAtlLE lUUFIN { -
/ u
estimate the annual! cost of gas at was rich nnd half soused Red! marched t
$11IlnitUiu/: / lul'iicatiiiir oil nt ?!I.- Into n saloon and announced! about hent We I, A CHALMERS! t

OOO.IMMI" nnd the leplenUhini! of tire! "11'ell, I IV,e, I'm back tthd broke }m\-e just! received n FOR SALE' -IJulek Car In fair running. eondltlorn I new!

not '''t"hllthluh! ) e*, nl |1 ll.ooo.ium: I guess! It'.. jtnir time trt treat hOW" lot tit \vlipnt dint I i" and windshield also twin cylinder Indian
tlre0 one
} !
tup
Hip I'nal! tu lie ownei of Motitikt 1 1- 1M.I. hey H'nl' they did' hut thuHemlpf tint Umt \ !!,
nllll.IHnJ Curs III I.ul.lh' ttattigea' ilt KtvI'lt ." InmledM( \ Into the "lrett t, 14 a nil \\"hl'nl. < :Motorcycle! for eh"h,
will I
"II 'hnllll/lllnill,.. / III.III"IIIII' ,Is cctlUUnlcii and 1 tnt t'l'jertlntf ttt the (-rttWPIit' lie All Nvliettt It I

tl" tu*ting ff.O.iMMi.iiiio' ,I, HIri. ,rttiwly, *>e rIpest A Ulp I" the .li'., K- coat: )'lttl'' mdi-t\ UIHH) II

fllIlh!! yucca. I tit liiti'ln lltKl'' (I'P li'lrtl'. 1)tilhiiitriir ade, ni'itlnnry/\ whrnti' t l hilt I trot I
II li HiniiuiiU uMiiintly |I" STATION
*" t \\iirlli tastes" AUTO WASHING
1\1:111,111111\11111\ : 'III"." 1'lr"lI\ lUll .ittlll .\ IIKAIi: Nhl'heITY; --$5$5 it-.up
lusty, III c.ly the. I".t, sad| if i'1'i'iif" No in.liviiimil with anything to Mlor

i11,11.Ay\ IH"'llfttht tI1Ili" ID u IIWI\lillfli> irate l fan i..., .ut..H>, find A buyer The Operative Produce Co. Freeman V. Phillips Mgr
why it U' iiDi-Kaaury' tu ehariFu u ntckU or trader without the all of the San. ,

fin u jiinuy! bu4 Mil from Mull lit tr eliiibt tine) want ads,, Remember that U* ; W, 8. IfeWltt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St, PHONE 447MMMMMMHIMMMMMMiMMMIIIMIIMMMMM I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET I'HONE 223.THE .

,l iu the Aliiuhouae buyoiul\ .., 1'hR, circulation represent flv -mths of ..

nude !UlIU the Orlando community
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Comforts I G STORE S Comforts

Elegant line of patterns, Beautiful, all silk '('((1. made.
,
pure white cotton silk borders "fIai: h cotton full Size '\-
extra special. t ra j-pevial


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

THE SEASON'S BEST AT THE LOWEST PRICES



You Will Find What You Want Among These Items!




NEW ARRIVALS IN


LADIES' Wonderful


SUITS SUIT SALE

New merchandise at
One of the greatest

prices to prove supremacy events of the season.

of our values. This Ladies' Suits in black


lot est representing and smartest the styles.lat- Y You Cannot t Do Beta tt Than Buy Y Your S Suit-t Here fur and trimmed navy serges satin, lined.some


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

: Gabadines Worsteds, Serges, Fur Trimmed Suits---in fact every late

novelty is included. 0 I



I EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENTSilk I I

,
Crepe de Chine,40 inches wide,black,white and TABLE LINEN, pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen,
navy, a regular $1.50 quality at _________ $1.29 satin damask,beautiful patterns, $1.50 quality,$1.18
Chiffon Broadcloth, 56 inches wide sponged and shrunk. Black and ,
Towels hemmed huck size 17x34 regular lOc. quality -
Silk Poplin, 40 inches wide, black, navy, browns, Navy, regular $1.50 quality ,per dozen ----___________________________83c
blue, Copenhagen and Tan, regular $1.25
quality __________________________________$1.19 BEDSPREADS, large double bed size, Marseilles
designs, $1.25 quality _____________________ $1.00
Black Taffeta Silk, special soft Chiffon finish, 36 S1.39MEN'S
inches wide, $1.50 quality __________________$1.18 Curtain Scrim, 36 inches wide, white, cream and
arab, 15 cent quality -______________________lOc

Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide, beautiful soft CRETONE,36 inches wide,large range of colors and
finish,.with a high sheen, $1.25 quality ________98c patterns _________ zc
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FURNISHINGS! MILLINERY! SHOES! ETC



I Have You Taken Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur

full line of
I Stock Wives tell your husbands! ;husbands tell your Ladies' Fall and
Winter Shoes are
I who Mont bountiful showing of Trimmed in. We have a compJcle .
I .line of everything i.
I Wo are Knowing the newest' effects in themostrefilled Hats ever Known in Orlando; unsurpassed any .",l lLl
,
I where for style, quality and value
garments.Correct New \J
'-
% Why pay double, fur copies of our hats vNe-
: in every Important detail. In fact, '

.- : : tlW).'.." fashion latest otlVrintrs to men of where? That's \

1 'j' dress distinction. We must add just this: no I r ) .
r \ Good
bettered.tailored garments can be shown at any :.:_-:::::: h.1
O Ladies Silk 1I0st', mack Tan and some Fancy Colors
k; price.
0 these are odd lots of our regular $1.00 hose,
I n Ladies' High Button and lace shoes in patent,
k, j jI special to clean up at I *un metal and kid,with cloth and dull kid tops.
; / LET US SHOW YOU! I Also full line of Ladies' high and low heel
:
; i pumps just received.
o Come in and see for yourself.

'. H f All the Latest Styles 69 cts. The Prices Are Within

(t) In Stock Reach of All

COPYRIGHT 1915
THt HOUSE OF KUPPE"HkMEJt


SPECIAL SALE OF BLANKETS 3rd FLOOR




The Yo well -Duck worth Co.


ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY, DID IT."



UNIQUE DISPLAY -

The Orlando Water and Light com-
pany this week is having a demons-
Winter Park News tration for the Ruud heaters and gas Our

stoves. A novel device has been in- Grocery Department
stalled in front of the company's office
on Orange avenue. On the out-
side of the window is a basin and fau-

Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe cet. and A card on the over inside the faucet is a Ruud and basin heater. We take pleasure in announcing that wte

reads: "Turn faucet and see the Ruud
Town And Rollins CollegeWINTER work." Many persons did so yesterday have added this
to section of
and then went inside and inspected our store an
the heater.
PARK: REFRIGERATING GIRLS' GLEE CLUB TO SING AT
COMPANY: ONE: YEAR OLD W. C. T. U. CONVENTION
FOR SALE AT BARGAINOr
One year ago the Winter Park Refrigerating The Girls' Glee club of Rollins College -
company made and put will render a number of selec- will rent completely furnished, Up-to-Date
the market the first of the tions new, modern and attractive home,
upon pro- before the W. C. T. U. convention pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake
duct of its ice plant. This plant, delegates at Orlando next Thurs Kola; two stories, fiv*rooms, bath,
which was the second raw water ice day evening. The program for the screened sleeping porch, and summer
plant to be started in the state of evening contains the following num- dining room. Address Owner, Box
397, or call at 312 Broadway.
Florida, had many obstacles to meet bers: Hark, Hark, My Soul (West- 11-10-dw-tf CoMPLETE-DELICATESSEN
in its early days, all of which have brook); The West Wind (Mabel W.
since been overcome. The product of Daniels); Song of a Shepherd (Fox). INDELIBLE OIL PAINTING
the factory, contrary to all predic- :
tions, is today being put before the WILL WINTER HERE Hand painted costumes, parasols,
in the form of clear and fans, leather and linen articles, por-
public at-
as J. II. Enyart and daughter, Miss
tiers, piano covers, etc., painted to Departmentunder
tractive a grade of ice as one could Ethel Enyart, father and sister of order. Lessons given. Prices rea .
wish to see, whether manufacturedfrom the dean of Rollins, will arrive in sonable. Mrs. F. B. Emerson, Tre-
raw or distilled water. Winter Park about the first of Decem- mont hotel. 11-10-Gt
)I. E. Cole, secretary and general ber to spend the season. Mr. Enyart,
manager of the concern, has been ably who is a veteran of the civil war,has TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR All kinds of
seconded in his work of improving the been in poor health for a number of expert management.
product of the plant by II. A. Ward, I I years and is coming South in the I II RENT, close I.arge in. Apply room 212, good E. Jackson location --
president of the company, and J. E. I hope that the mild climate may prove or phone 106. 11-10-Gtf Cooked Meats, Smoked Meats, Hams,
Parker, vice-president. The chief dif- I beneficial.PRESIDENT'S.
ficulty'which had to be overcome by FOR SALE-Several :Mullms' new Tongues Sausages etc. etc. Baked Beans Spagetti
,
the manager of the plant was the tendency HOUSE WILL NOT steel row boats, just the thing for
of the raw water to make HE MOVED fishing Clermont or, Fla.pleasure. P. G. ll-10-t Winston:; a feature. Orders taken for
cloudy and unattractive ice. For After a thorough examination E.
months this problem remained unsolved -I W. Packard, owner of the president's WANTED small cash register, one
while chemists worked out a ,home, has found the building is much that registers 5c. to $1.Iust\ he
formula which gives the desired qual- i better preserved than was thought. a care bargain.Sentinel.Address Cash Register 11-10-Gt, All Kiuils ot I S Salaffs l
ity. The state chemist, and other I Instead of tearing down the old build-
well known men of the profession ing it will be thoroughly remodelledand FOR SALE-Nice six room cottage
were called into consultation, and as I renovated and will not be moved in good repair, on brick paved
a result the plant's product for the from its location. street; lot 75x22.;;. Awfully cheap at
past six weeks has been all that could present $1,275. E. C. Young, Room 10, Mc- Potato Salad Always on Hand. Prompt Attention to
I Neill & Davis block. Phone 5ti'J.)
be wished. LITTLE BOY HURT 11-10-Stc: I
The capacity of the plant is ten While playing during the recess Special Orders.
tons per day, but the machinery whichis I hour yesterday, little Billy Hale, a NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

used has a working capacity sufficient pupil of the Winter Park public Sealed bids will he received December We Solve The Problem of "What To Eat."
to produce twenty-five tons per school, was struck on the head by oneof 7, 1915, 2 p.m., in County Com-
day, the surplus power being used totefrig'erate his young companions and painfully missioners room, for claying the following Contracts Taken For Large Parties.
the precooling chambersof though not seriously hurt. The public roads:
the Exchange: house. These From Oakland to Lake county line
packing
lad was at once taken to Dr. Hotard'soffice running west about 2 miles.
precooling chambers, three in number, where he received prompt and From Winter Garden, running southto -
have a capacity of three cars each efficient treatment. Peters' place, al out 1 1-2 miles.
per day, 1 From Harnett'd corner, to Lake
line, and from there to Mrs.Williams I .
county
Mr Cole Is at present busy putting MASONIC! FRATERNITY place about :31-1 miles.!'!
in the bed for the new engine and It Is proposed 1 to establish! n Masons I Clay to \be tune feet wide Mini ten S? Wednesday
machinery, ,,-"arh1It be shipped on lodge in Winter Park, All memicrs Inches!'! deep, nod to be Httpl-oVed. by ;, .
the trot of Dei-ember' to furnish the punellhtemlfit of roads and bridges,
of the fraternity In Winter I'mkahtl
llv order of I ton hi of County' ('nl"-
exliH powerneeded to |'tunit| the city vicinity are l-p. uealed) to meet ttt itil."I"h"til.
water, fur which the Winter 1'iuk the Hunker MrinnHnl lull I nit 'I'ut'iI= Allot' :

heft ittet'attttu'' roiMnttity. has! "p"IlIe,1 ,tiny evening, |'h"|, ]ilh) Inbuilt' "t ?i0iVIofk !| INaal.i(! )'II,M M., A ItOIIlN, HOWARD.) $IIN), (I'IrlkII ). t' t"tr/ Terminates Our Remarkably
nil "htliteltr.-t t'ontriU't.minimi ttt consider the. matter 11-10)- it

() ; mil,i.INS: MAN M\MS: UIMUI' : 1'11IeU'Hlm( : UN Successful Sale"Children's
r.OOIt( IIIIOAV MISS' MAY HARDAWAY\
( "OnH l U), Komeike) formerly: a A baseball game betueeit the Win i
Kullliu: C'ulletre man "but now head' wf I'UIU.IC STENOGH.MMIKHWINTER
ter Park ROil Ocoee nine i U to beilayed
one of the largest: press: clipping bu* the '
on college diamond next PARK FLA ; \
reads in New York, has written to Friday afternoon. Roland: Uarze ill j "
friend in Winter Paik that if possible {itich for the home team, and an interesting { Days"e
he plans to spend at least a por- game is promised. Schultz Huildinj Phone ..tOGAU
tion of the coming winter season in
this city. Mr. Romeike ho will be FRESHMAN CLASS

remembered by the older students, at- The freshman class has changed : Work Neatly Accurately Done ,
tended Rollins during the 1912-13 the day for its regular weekly meeting If you are wise--we think you areyouwill
term, leaving the following year for and hereafter the class will hold
Rutgers College, where he made a Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg. "nhA !
its sessions ,
on Wednesday insetad of -Hut!l take advantage of the
good record. Tuesday as formerly.One r-eLleRj YOU every
Dr. C. W. Fain ACE
MRS. VICK SECURES MONOPOLYMrs. :" of the iH on tuffs CHiIdReM.j low all the
most attractive featuresof DENTIST DA prices ruling over store on
i J. C. Vick, proprietor of the I the regular Sunday devotional exercises )tt 2 Snit too,

Vick Millinery Parlors, yesterday I of the Christian Endeavor last Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to :3. c mo* i Fabrics. Accessories and Garments
--
closed a deal whereby she becomesthe Sunday was a vocal solo by Miss Jean
sole dealer in chinaware, in Win- Wagner. WINTER PARK, FLA.
ter Park. This; trade monopoly she Today and Tomorrow--.Many prices we quote are

obtained by purchasing the entire II 1111111111111111111111111111111111 11111 I 111111 .
china stock of Arthur Schultz. It is below actual cost today.
understood that Mr. Schultz has .
signed a solemn document swearingto
Boys' Winter Suits j
entirely abstain in future from any
dealing whatsoever in this class of
merchandise. Can You Afford To Neglect

NOW ON DISPLAY
TENNIS I'OI'UL.AltRollins

tennis courts are becomingmore $3.00 to $5.00
ne O llmik Not
and more popular as the weather orlunity..We
becomes; cooler and it is hoped by Full line Winter Underwear for Men and Boys
the enthusiastic supporters of the
game that a number of tournamentsmay Phoenix Hosiery
be arranged in the near future.
"Turn backward, Turn back .

PEP- MEETING TONIGHTA .t ward, Oh Time in your I !I\\l\\\

pep meeting will be held tonightat W. H. SCHULTZ flight "

Lyman gymnasium for the purposeof . iIf
organizing the cheering sectionsfor WINTER: PARK FLOHIU."IIIIIII" .\ I
Saturday's game with Southern. "And make me a child again,

Every student is to attend. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII.t. .- **
expected just for tonight.
[/ f
WINTER:" PARK :NOTES"
111111111111111111.111111111111111111111111111Winter "

The next meeting of the Fortnightly In this however
dub will be held at the home of case please J' z cr .,.d-.
Mrs. Frank Adams Monday, November L Park Auto Co. ;
22.: Shakespeare's drama, Henry make it during the day-we fjf:1.ti: ::::

VIII., will be discussed by Dean En- !

yart. shall expect you. jCi"f.; : .
BUICK and FORD CARS
II. Seiwert left yesterday afternoonby
motor for Eustis where he will attend -
the cession of the district conference -

Knights of Pythias. : Repairing, Painting and Auto : :

:Miss Martha Filbric arrived yesterday Supplies DicksonIvesFavorite
afternoon from Demorest, Co"Orlando's
Georgia, to spend> the winter season
at the Ingram house

1 1r OPEN DAY AND NIGHT1111111111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 "
Shopping Place.
Mrs. Fuller and daughter, of Alta Orlando, Fla.
monte Springs, motored through Win 1
ter Park yeterday.



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diate steps for the assembling of a ==N mrmu:- .. 1:1=
conference of neutral states to con- Favorite 0

I I ( 9rtaithn) Sntirj sider and act upon their common in-

terest in international affairs." TODAY'S PROGRAM "Get It At Allen's"REPAIRING
This resolution to be sent to our
Reliance. "A Breath of Summer."
representative in congress and to the
Thanhouser.
"Tracked
SOCIETY CALENDARWednesday 2:15. Account of the Loyal Tem- state department. Snow." Throughthe D

November 10. perance Legion-By the state secretary + Royal Comedy. "When the House

Lawton-Berke wedding, St. James May Wills Freeman Starke. MANY ATTENDING W. C. T. U. Divided.Reliance." Is a specialty with us. We will examine and make an estimate -
Catholic church 8 a. m. j 2:45. The Work of the Young Peo- Some of the women attending the Four good "A reels Lucky of Mutual Transfer.movies. free on
Meeting of Equal Suffrage League p1e-By the state secretary. :Miss Lois W. C. T. U. are: Five cents to all. yourWatch
Unity Chapel 10 a. m.
'Pedrick Dade City. Mrs. G. II. St. Cloud
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney hostess for Entre Northrop ;;
Nous Club. j 3:00. Report of the State Corre- Mrs. T. J. Darracott, Lakeland; Miss A WORD OF THANKS
W. C. T. U. convention. sponding Secretary-Miss Marian A.
: Minnie R. Neil Jacksonville; Mr. 1Sirs. H Ring orJewelry
Woodruff entertains at
Mrs. Seth
o'clock. Freeman Jacksonville. Lindner McConn, Ocala; Mrs. G. D. Wood takes this opportunityto
bridge, 3 I
Cycle tea. Ladies' Aid Society Bap- I 3:15. Financial Statement-The Washburn, Ocala; Miss M. Emma express her sincere gratitude to
tist church. I state treasurer Mrs. Nellie J. Doig, Washburn, Ocala; Dora Hours Tam- the friends throughout Orlando who
Unity Circle, topic, "Julia" Lathropand Mrs. }Archer. pa; Foy Carroll Ocala; Mrs. J. B. have stood by her during a grave 0 It will cost you nothing, and we will be glad to examine o
the Children's Bureau, by
,I 3:45. Demostration by the chil- Stevenson, Tampa; Mrs. liable P. time; and especially for the kindnessand I your ring, see if the sets are tight. Your watch also

Hood.Thursday, November 11. |dren. Dean DeLand; Miss Katie L. Mett- assistance given her young children ,j needs care and attention at our place.
Auto ride for W. C. T. U. visiting del- > Question box.Adjournment.. son, Coleman; Mrs. G. F. Watson, who have been wage earners on F

egates. at the Rosalind Coleman; Mrs. Katie Smith Center account of her ill health the past ) EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED
Informal reception
Club Mrs. C. B. Robinson hostess. Wednesday Evening, Nov. 11th. Hill; Mrs. Lula M. McCook, Leesburp; 'ear'l
Kil Kare Klub Mrs. Hence hostess. I 7:30. Organ voluntary. Mrs. J. P. Coffin, Johnstown; Irene G. MODERN) WOODMEN

Friday, November 12. I Devotional Sen ices-Conducted by Adams, Lake Helen; Mrs. Thebie De- ----- I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Mrs. DeWitt Miller entertains Nullos Rev. E. Lee Smith. St. Cloud Mrs Katie Albertxon, : ,
No.
pew ; Camp 1T.U74, Modern' Woodmen
Annual Club. Country Club opening, dinner [: Chorus-The Baptist choir. l>e Land; Mrs. John Flint, Zephyr of America, will meet tonight in reg I LIi dJ l
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dance. Solo-National y, 1' H. Bong, Mss! Hills; Mrs. W. F. Story, Zephyr Hill! ; ulnr cession and all nn-ml-ern are leiue. : .01:1 '

j iilzu: Wright.. Lillian A. Johnson I'iercon; M rl'. C. ) teil to I Il' present! and 'llIitIt1J.(
PROGRAM() 1 Wll) TODAY OP.. I $:(Kl. AI.lreRs-Mrs., Mary Armor II. Hnitii! Tit in|mt Mrs.! Malile: KU'Vi-m.! members me' invited .ID. upend antiget < .
IP Y0t Alt!? A HIT! HANDY
W. C. T. IT.Widnmliiy net iunnl lecturer. 1 Ht.t IVflmliurtfi IJvn: t.. titiMnit: Ft. 1Il"IIIIIittl"II 410

Morning, Nov. loili.Rtfu. I altering t Cloud; Mtll. ittn: Mchilfhliall: j. M. Irmly( t'lf'lk.; ? \\'1'1'11.IIUttHIi'

: Meeting of (Hie I 1'!!1"'ulh',> (Quartette-Messrs., ; Curry, "I'lillllp!'!, I 1'11'1'1' | | l.oiPltn' tint hef, 1 PI.1 1'lou.li -------=--- V$ T )''nl ran, r".. w tarp ""'"Mt "11,1+, I Iththl ,

(nmnUlH' l Ktihilny' mltiMtl l innm, M. fi.Miii.tnN, tfllnlitf I I Ml'*! listen M. Newton LukeMl \ 1I..1f'1I1 MHK.. 'C I! HI. IT, It. |C\ fe>T fit lii| JMUII' burns, "iPliuVitlp/ old\ tlllhl-
I: rtluirl hi tfmilk I IiellWIirtioh.' ++ 'itpiilit''' scull!!, ,\11"""" Mill. \111"1 Uj ("lire, Pll1'. Olllprtlllla," flirtllp| |+, VrtlIllallPa
IIIII'!! '. 1'''11\..htllllt ((1,1It'\\ III fit) + I W, IIIVWIII 1I1.lphl"II. 'III!' /11'tMil.il' Im.lillil.V, lulling (ifNlililp I ,, alrtllli .FI'| 4 Paine\ III )'otl lastly
the | Ml Mill NOHOHW) ('I,I'MHutu + I i'lilMiiitll' I'lospler I l |"| | II': |II l, 1 I'. Mill :, ro use, mid rill) illHMinin' on e\pry
| H.V I plrtlp |1.1"\"hl.( "v! I lip Itrlil .
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HIP' l I'': Neal, I.I!* \Kepi it "''II"t t tinpplliitf l deledUll1, i mi1' \HMir" II.\1.1. 'I 11\; \1 ll'lllllk fit 'lllp ItMIIIP. I.t Ml*: H' It ' 'rtiiu aiipjily, )1111| mill brushes
Ilium ",\1\\ Hull\ HIM 1'.."", ..fipf Tnp) ''dt4y\ nflpi ilium, No\n A yliU' lnteKft' hall 1 1 IMIII \9evuUeil glal- |is'dna|| : 'tll ' llffll ,lf Last| | 4't also let II" fill Tour wants III tlte

Jesus' Nane.'sbcitplula' hkr l _tilli I 'I lie (iiny i urn wu4 given it.- aally) telntt' finm. tIp, feminine "lipaa lit lip nIIcinltlItn, tltli 1 ( snot III) I E |IiI 11I1 lineOrlando .
I Ilit, --==- =- -,
fllllllWAI. flit Illlaiulit, high oilliiul 'puilillit .kills I t.I"ft Ilin tit .Ith'k.a f
\ llertillfttf and I I'I!aar- ; 3.1hlkies" of All Members
rile MlUelllly IttilMU&ledIII
Mr Irene 1 H i, .AiUm, I 1.>>k*! Helen: I 'fI he,, Alaskan Hitil Wit)', by I Mrs Intktaat, in the game u evinced hy I the (Iva |>re&elit.'' JJ-JII" -:.it: Paint & Wall Paper C>

IMI C'141ut\ lUefntive: Committee ( has, |1.>>mitrie| whirl was moot inteieating Iuulber present' at each t try-nut, (hat 205 S. Orange Avcnut

Jly) the Mate wording fcerietary; Mrs I and instructive, number I.toinglliu"lI) suifUient; for lTI'tIi') .ITiIIC 1'UHUllSSn COLEMAN & fiJIAN Phone 261|
Mabel: JVrKins-ltean, Hcl.antl, The Women1 peace Conference, at three to four teams, tiUlHitOS)

Appointment. of Committees-Credentials The Hague April 1915, by Mrs. last Saturday night a "fir&t team .

press, courtesies, official papers Christ, who was thoroughly in touch squad" was selected by the coach. Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand
that he has
membership, resolutions. with her subject. At the close she The ten members of this squad elect- returned surgeon from announces Harvard University

10:30. Reports of District Presi- offered the following resolution to the ed Miss Fannie Taylor captain, and where he took post graduate work in I
dents ((5 minutes each-Mesdames) club, which upon motion was accepted Miss Lois Pedrick, manager of the eye ear nose and throat diseases. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Washburn Simonton Moody Mickler : first team. A "second-team squad," Also physical diagnosis (nerves .
heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera -
McCook Jones Huxtable, Gray Gates "We, the members of Sorosis Club also selected their captain and man ), and electrotherapy and conta-
Fulton, Easton Bean Barr Andrus. women of the state of Florida, ager. gious diseases. Office Cheney build- DIRECTORAND
11:15-Address of the State President through the experience of mother- The outlook for a winning team is ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone -'
Office 617 residence 1018.
-Miss Minnie E. Neal Jacksonville hood, the value of human life, revolting very promising, yet there are many : ; EMBALMERAll

Fla. i at the vast and needless human corners to be rounded off and much --- -

11:15. State song. slaughter in the present war, and be- polishing to be done in order to make I
What Organizers Have Done in lieving that the neutral nations should the team as successful as its possibilities -

1914-1915-Mesdames Stevens Rob- have the requisite organization for will allow.1V'EDIING SKATING RINK calls answered Promptly Dayor

bins, Fulton Abbot. bringing their united counsel and in- +
Hand Block.
Noo4itide Prayer-Sirs. Lillian B. fluence to bear upon existing international OF INTEREST TODAY Night. |

Fulton, Interlachen. i relations, respectfully submit This morning, in a nuptial mass at

Wednesday Afternoon Nov. 10th. ; that the government of the United the Roman Catholic church, the wedding Orlando Florida.

2:00. Prayer-Mrs. John Silsby States being pre-eminently fitted by of Miss Irene Catherine Berke to I I

Coronado. its mixed peoples should take imme- Mr. Joseph Cestia Lawton will take November 1st to 6th PHONE 639. RESIUENl PHONE 457
place Father Fox performing the cer

iniHIIIIIMIMIIIMIMiMIIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIMIIIIDODGE emony. The musical program will I -
include a duet, "To Thee We Give," THE "FKANKS"MISS

h: y Mrs. Aldridge and Mr. Drcnnen, I .IMMIIMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMIIMMIIIMM

BROTHERSMOTOR and Hhullt'rt'l"A\'e Maria" Kung |,yMrn. FKANKS IS TIIK IIESTLADY :
i HCCKC. Miss Hranrh will be the
SKATKIt IN THE
accompanist and will also play the :
Mendelssohn we.IIimureh nn tho WOULD I :
/
FRANK A. CUHTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL
bridal party enter, and that from -

CAR I.uh"nltrin lifter the vcrvice.I DONT)( MISS HKIt KUSSIAN

+ DANTEMATINEE
I OK MISS IT.KSON:

Miss Mary Robinson hostess'
; = FKIIUY ANDSATURDAY ,
yesterday to the member of the

"IT COULllN'TBE !feuding[ Club and several invited :IUO

I guests at her home on East: Jackson

street the party being a book .ho\\er ADMISSION 10 CENTS CURTIS & O'NEAL
for Miss Willie Person, who is soon ,
to become the bride of Mr. W. L. Til-

n DONE"Somebody den. Each book Was bound in the art II Phone 5 for
Insurance Loans Real Estate
edition. The books were given to FISH AND OYSTERS
Miss Person in a small suit case decorated -
Fresh Every Day
with a large tulle bow. A delicious Rentals


...An He DiI/It ROYAL cream NEir.linOKS course+ was, ATTENTION served WALDECKEK_. 206 Boone Street FISH CO.

Regular: meeting of Camp No. ?(iir!) ----- -

will be held Wednesday! at 7:30 p. m.,
INGLENOOK CAKE
said that it couldn't be done, at Odd Fellows Hall. State Deputy AND
Vnna M. lllass will be with us. A CANDY I'AKLOK
Hut ho, with u chuckle replied :
That "l11n 'hl! it (couldn't" but he would he one full' attendance i II' desired.! F.HTAHUHIIKD; IIMXMMMMiMIMMMMMMMiMMMMMMMMHMMM
ply order' of recorder. Delicious Candies, Cake! Sandwiches,
Who wouldn't pity HO till he'd tried.! etc.!

So hi buckled right in, with a trace of n grin Orders taken for parllen.",
!"m11'Trn'C: I :!' 01' I iNTiutsrMonday : :!'
On bin fm','. If he worried, he did U.He Located In rear of llranrh' Hook
,
number of'rlrmN
started, to Ihg n<4 he tackled the thing evening n I It.rrad", l'nlrnnr:
fur kitchen .
irnlhpipd n surprise| -
Thntl'uuhln'tltl' ,10I1l'-l\Iullll'\ did it.
shower fur M tll. A. I F. Wood, 110.1nt : - -
--- ---
:-;u"II'ItIl'II'lIlf"II, : "Oh, you'll nexcr do t that tAt t- t \V..,.liltikrton street KIP IUTH i 4M MMIMM . f . . . . . . .-.-. .-. .. .. .-... .;.-.-. . . . .. -.. '-11-'" -. . .-.. ....

ht'iiNt, no iiiii evet, IIIIM/ done It ;" shun was. made, n short (iprtoil of re** I

Mill ho look uhf 111* ('"n.'I1IIII". ",' took olf hIM! lint oiclntf, tllH\I fipndliiip| tar ,IIP' i- IP'uvrry I 'n trtl+

.\1111111" lot( thing, wo knew he'd begun It, fmiii' it ppilmm, lllnp nf -PV I

With n lift of ItU chin\ and it bit of 11 grin, prillptkV' situ ratluts, AboutUrltil'rl" elehtarn,', Pipes!
Pipes Pipes
if tll0' IIHMIrdltttti ssghtsur-"
Without\ un)' doubting, ,, or iiiiddlt.Ho | $ I'
., tartt'il to sing
That. couldn't bo .11I11ti-lilltl hu did it.Thcro by Mr*, WoMhlry anti piano and H
'Ot'itl\ music by Mr, WaJnulry and -' are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
lure thousand I to tell y.III It cannot bo .tllm' Mr*. Van p".I1. the guest nd
best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
There aro thousands t tu |Pl'tlp'Jw/ y falluro ; jinjrned.

There are thousands to point out to you, one by nor + I it will pay you. We will alsp cut your pipe to

The dangers that wait to assail you Society cornea into its own today, I 3 so can install it yourself. On Irrigation
measure you
I Hut just buckle in with a bit of a grin for there are many pretty and varied ,
J6-.t take off your coat and go to it. parties on the calendar. The Lawton-I work you can save money by having us

Anti start in to sing as: you tackle the thing Berke wedding at 8 o'clock this morn- 1 i cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

That "cannot be done"-and you'll do it. ing will be of great interest to many i
as you can install it yourself.We .
people the sessions of the state W. C.
It's the old old story-the "impossibilities" of yester- T. U. will be held afternoon and evening l will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets

day are realities today. The history of the automobileis and attract many people, and and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
other delightful parties makes the daya
but a repetition of "it couldn't be done, but they did it." notable one in Orlando society cir- may have :your preferred plumber fit them up if

Even those in the motor car industry doubted that cles. you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amenr -

Dodge Brothers would be able to manufacture a car com- + can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
bining so many good features at such a moderate price- The Kil Kare Klub will meet November i-
closet and guarantee it not to get out of order
but they did it! 18th, with Mrs. Bence instead ,' we
of tomorrow as announced. for five years.
I' f
CARD OF THANKS


11.1-1. PHILLIPS S & S ONSI the I desire many to kindnesses express-!! !!,my messages thanks for of I I' F. Joseph Raehn Co.

sympathy, and the beautiful floral offerings lam

sent during the illness!, death THE PIPE MAN !
s and burial of my wife. I
MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMM U. E. HARDY. I MM . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .1...MiMMMI . . .. .. . . . . . .. .. .... .

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DRUGS co HKIIIU; : ANiTIES IS THE rtRrriT rm'RT np tilE IIE\.I
I fcNTII Jl 01111. INn IT OF! TIIHKTATK FORAGE: GROCERY CO.
HKJimt : The Voice Of I Ml ;NT1- I
Saved Is
$100 $100 Hill In (ttinrrrr !. hhfotrr: Tit I Lira A visit to our store will make
:\ \"utk.-SI\\ulaluU: in modi'rino city <>f Orlnii you a

Made The People cornering: the drug market of 14<'nthrst rM. 4\111rl..r, I"t a.., InOl4'l1 I of regular customer.
I lMrk. pprottil AililMkilt In lrlnhih
the nutlun. Tn All "h"m ItI.." '"tntnt'i

.I.IMTIH.:. .: IHOM! Ill\' urn I IIN They' nrv dujltitf up nil the tiipJIuvutluUlo I. .'n. Mi'hlialintt i.r.l.'tf.l\ 1.111("r .,..Htiirtttk nfttlwr ..nr"'liy he1"ro$.110 it n.,,.lte-11Is Ilan., I Ileitis, IHT lit . . . . . , IIHMlml \ Wrntrrn "fork I.tllltll. j vr lb. . .Mi:

Mr IMtors: I I-FI that bu'y ami ... Ihl.|> liar K...t.It i..nNj ._.".,.... a.A .
: '' cures and liuMinu t1l,'''' fur Isis, In -..1.1 '..>MH. a"u fciftF l.. and, llrt
SAVEDs1200 uuriied with Imunrclettiiln anti l it ,111111! shraer the 'I.ill pled unit vet t.-"" Mi.* flulMift Moiled Hum, III , . , , ,3\: 11 Ib. . . ,
$$1200 I DiI I up| rut lull)*. UkewlM I Imvln IIIIIIII'''- hither j.rkea. ,... ,..\1, .1..lIy. ihl?--i* in, rlaiti".. "r j IIt'r rt"in* JUT 20crrankforia.

Di I parts l ,l"no I Mint took lay pen in Juluine cwpt: five time ac much lee. U|"in,,".1 real.l_l rril talMlV",n| 'in rnuMie| H.!" Mil in M lllV."lil"cur,,"ntIrUn.to .' I'lorlJrt Hound Steak, |>rr lb. . . I5oI'l4. jir II.. . . . Kc
uf )1..1 :.1 ( khwk i ..f I'Hirltk! nnni|
hand for a spell( hownomevtr, I l bean today a* 1I1IcJ a month uirt=und mtrlcr Mim.n to OrUn.U". < Sirloin and 1'urtt-r lluunf, :2 Smoked llaron, prr lb. . . . . JScrodfuh '

I I" readin the Mornin Sentinel right there are lliO, OO ounce of quinine inN .. It hi further in the ur.ler..uth...l r that!Uirdl*this>inim outer,,l, Ul.ltehmt *> Ion for . . . . . . . . . . ..33cFla. :) in UrUU, :2: for. . . .25e

I I along and this here rooster argyment \"ork-a year's supply. "fur"..1'1"four"r 5ure..elva I't t Iuh..4| wtwkit in ai". |irK city>r, once to saki II week rulay Pork! per Ib. . . . . . ..I5cNVffclern :) Salt Mackerel, 3 for .. . . . .::3e:

I ts a waxin so warm that I says tom The quinine gamblers have made Wstaaa, hand and aval of said. Circuit 1'ork Steak, per lb. . .25c I Strictly frt' h eggs per doyen .3.>c
I I got to wrie a letter my
) man says half a million-ha\e increased the Court thus flab day of Nuvemticr. A. l>. 1H1! *. heat Creamery flutter, per lb. 35e;
and let them editors know that Izzy Stal.l U. M. KOHINhON
price tenfold since the war started Clerk Circuit Court Oran"" County
encouragin anybody to keep them
aint
$ MAD and predict $5 quinine before another Louis C. Massey City Solicitor .
pesky critters in town. Land O'Goshen I1elwlaAdvertise

Mr. Editor I can show you the year ---
The leaves from which camomiletea in the Mornnjr Sentinel The Eola
prettiest, contentedest flock o'hens Packing Company
I is made have jumped :35 cents a
you, ever see, quite and a tendin to
pound, horehound has more than ORLANDO FLORIDA.
$1200TO I TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE
their own affairs, and I aint had no
doubled in price as have also the
outlandish, crowin roosters in my SpecialtiesCustom
,crude oil from which cod liver oil is: The two houses I have for sale at
BUILD A HOME V1 I'll yard, in five year, come next Decem-. made. the price of one are located on lot 78
ber. I don't have no trouble to sell foot front facing east, with a depthof Packers Modern
Equipment
Carbolic acid, which was 38 cents
for top prices and ever'bodythat's 185 feet, number 406 Magnoliaavenue
my eggs
one year ago, costs $1.70 today, and between Livingston and Ame- Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
$1200TO et em says they are the finest bromides have leaped in the same pe- lia. The section of splendid homes, Growers' Agents Personal Attention
ever. I says to my man I says I wisht with grand old oaks arching the
riod from 67 to
them Civic League women would keepon cents 325. streets. Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -

BUY AX AUTO WITII until they've shooed every pesky Peroxide of hydrogen was less than The modern 2 story house has on for harvesting and packing their crops.
$17 per gross of pound bottles on Sep- first floor: parlor, living room, dining Fruit Packed and
rooster out of Orlando. Ive talked to shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
tember 1. Today the price it $21. room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory -
my neighbors about it, but some of Italian has large living porch on the front PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.
Manna product,
an jumped -
$1200 em is dead sot on keepin roosters, and side, latticed rear porch.. W. B. RULE, Mgr. .1. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHKAN,
in little than month
a more a
On the second floor are 3 large
jest as if they were sore o'stupidlike. Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
from 80 cents a pound to $1.0; and sleeping rooms, each having enam-
I[ aint got many prickly nerves like so eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold
which sold for 23 cents
TO LAY ASIDE FOR "THE RAINY glycerine a
many folks have, but sakes alive, I water. There is also an extra large Respectfully SolicitedACCIDENT
I pound last month is now hovering
screened-in sleeping porch, with room
D.\Y" can't keep bein woke up every night
around 60 cents. enough for the whole family. The
I by that old patriak belongin to Huldy i I' Not all the higher prices are due bath room is large, light, and airy,
Jacobs. lie begin a crowin about nine nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
to speculation. The war started it-
o'clock in the evenin and is so afeard sanitary.The .
his hoarse cock-adoo-dle-doo-o-o wont and the war gave the speculators the house is newly painted and papered I
The following letter was received by hunch on how they could make mil- throughout, shades are hung its HEALTH
be heard that he keeps it up all night.I lions. wired for electric lights, fixtures

II. Carl Dann from A. M. Buckelew: says to Huldy, I says ef you can't installed, also connected with gas. In I LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
Europe produces normally 75 per fact, will find convenience
bear the partin with that moosician you every
Lake New cent. of the medicines used in America. necessary for home comfort. If you I PLATE GLASSPROPERTY
Jersey
Spring of and have him killed as he belongs -
yours The British blockade of Germany do not care to use the entire house,
to be (and not fit for white the I DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
30th, 1915II. the location, so near "Wyoming,
Sept. has stopped many of these shipments
folks to eat, neither) why in sam hilldon't insures rentals of spare rooms at I II
Carl Dann you send him out on a farm for But Europe's production has been extra good prices. Always in demand -II I
greatly curtailed, and Europe's de- ; or if you care to rent the entire I -
his health. Mebbe his voice would
Orlando, Fla. mand has been greatly increased. : house and occupy during the I!
improve out there I says, where he tourist season the 3 room cottage on
Dear Friend Dann- could get plenty of fresh air; mayhaphe Some drugs have been sought by Europeans the premises in the rear, you would Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
would that hoarse quality I in America according to P. derive a rental by which the property
get over
A few weeks more will find me in E. Anderson, head of one of the big- could be made to pay itself out.
that must cause you some worry for firms. There is a garage, barn, and chicken -
!gest drug importing
old "Orlany" the finest town on earth.I fear he might lose his voice I says. house, etc. Fruits of various A. IIUTCIIINSOX, General Agent.
One hope lies in the chance that
But she I'm kinds, everything right up to now and
have several friends who expect to Huldy says a getting
American government scientists, now just a little above the ordinary in
stuck and think I know more'nsome Orlando, Florida
to Orlando this winter.I up
come working on the problem in Washington many ways.
folks, which I'll tell you confi- It does not require much ready
have mentioned several times to can find a way of supplying these Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block
dential Mr Editor aint sech a long money; a small cash payment: from Phone 700
Hills drugs that the speculators cannot corXOTH1XG Mill the
Colonial responsible
them my purchase at sight from the truth. I don't take a parties secure
.
always explaining that I saved $1200.' new pencil to figger out that you can ner. property.The price is $6,300. A bargain at

Of course they always asked how I keep a nice flock o'hens a lot cheaper that figure.
WRONG
saved that amount and I simply tell cause they make less trouble and you E. -.OUXG..

them the truth. don't have six or seven cantaukerous "I want to lick my teacher" I Room 10.REAL McNeill ESTATE& Davis, Block. Try A Sentinel "Want Ad"

roosters a scratching and cacklin and I heard a young chap say, 10-24-tfc

Expect me soon.Sincerely. eatin their heads off every few I looked upon the creature I ..---.
With traces of dismay."A ---- "
months-they make a sight o'noise
yours, " " " " " , , , . , , "
found somethin nice ; "
pretendin they've fine ambition truly,
A. M. BUCKELEW to eat, and all the time they're a gob- I muttered to this lad.

blin up everything there is. "To find one thus unruly

I know a lot of tourists say as how Is very, very sad." j "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

they never heard roosters crow like "Oh. put your jaw in plaster,"'

they do in Floridy; up North youain't The lad replied with vim.
How Mr. Buckelew "I meant my boxing master;
a lookin for 'em to crow until -=
It's all right to lick him.
three or four o'clock in the mornin I y Unless Budded

its here and Y .q b iS O- i! r M
Saved $1200 spose its because warmer Sectipel Want Ads Pay.

they think the sun must be a cominup. '
.
THE FIRST REAL ESTATE I hope you won't get scared out s from Bearingtrees

Mr. Editor at them letters what folks
MAN SHOWED HIM A BUILD-
been a writin, but just keep up a din Auto LiveryPhone

ING LOT SIX BLOCKS FROM until them yawpin roosters is all driv '
of known
632J. a
THE CENTER; OF TOWN FOR out of town. .

So no more from E. CARTER Orlando Fla.
$1600. THE NEXT DAY CARL IZZY BUTTIN__ ,

DANN SHOWED HIM THE Two Cars in Service for Day or v Quantity and

SAME SIZE LOT, THREE Night Calls
: \' ,
BLOCKS FARTHER OUT FOR ,.fu.t tilt i S dd, .. tliONEYS
Quality of Production
-
$-100. HE FIGURED HE prTi| -

[[((I N :.
SAVED $1200 AS HE FULLY [ UUS'U.% H BERRY s >

INTENDED TO BUY THE ."--0.W.

OTHER LOT NEXT DAY.
rake H glass of Silts: before brt"iI kiss I

I if your Eack hurts or Bladder: Conner.

IB troubling you. .
A complete line of Ford Acces- -
-
Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
sories a staff of expert mechanics -
No man or woman who eats meat regularly ; ; grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
You can save e.m male a mUt-ikc!; |I.y llu.)>.n;.: the
&kidneys occanionally. says: n writ known to render satisfaction in all
authority.; .Moat f'rrllll'urie: acid 1 which
$1200 also if fKitp i th" ki.lnpthey Iwcotne over lines of Automobile Repair

*''>!'!1.1! from th* str.iin.: p-t sluggish: i \li and Two in their and actual demonstration
advertising THE
years ago by: OCKLAWAHA
Work. Vulcanizing Oils and
,
buy at fail to filter thus waste and l I'oi..n.i from
you the Moo!1. then "... :!'"t sick NVirlr all NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
rheumatism. headaches! I liver trouble, Gasoline, and fair and square
nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
,
nervousness, diz/inva, ele.'h.n"a| and
urinary disorders como from tluggUlkiilneyg. b prices. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

: trees that TODAY nurseries that have been
were properly propagated not in existence -
The moment you f11L dull ache in the
ColollialHILLS khlnevs or jour back hurts or if the five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sciiimrnt tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
irregular of passage! or tcn-lcil by
a sensation of scalding, top eating meat |I|: For Nine YearsWe trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

and get about four ounces of Jad I I|I interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
alta from any pharmacy; take a I
tablespoonful in a glass of water before I I have been in business at the time and money to bring it into bearing.

breakfast and in a few days your kidneyswill 1 Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
location Corner of Southi
act fine. This famous salts is made same ,
from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, i you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

combined with lithia. and has been used j Main and Church Streets. proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the ones. thing
for generations to flush and stimulatethe
kidneys, also to neutralize the acidsin I Phone 226Orlando's Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

urine so it no longer causes.irritation, Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
thus ending bladder weakness.Jad I
High Dry All CityImprovements Salts is inexpensive! and cannot work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained ourAray

lithta injure-water; makes drinkII a delightful hieb effervescent everyone Leading Repair Shop over the ordinary method of propagaUon.Vhat then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

should take now and then to keep the comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
and Garage
kidneys clean and active and the blood

pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney
eom licatiQI1a. I
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SEE MRS. MARY A. COX Ocklawaha NurseriesO.




1 hat she has moved to ANNOUNCES: W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

Carl C Dann D 110 Summerlin Place

G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in n Pleasant l'II'h"r one can find\ All ,

that U Exclusive In HloUKen Neckwear and Noteltlen.



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CITRUS SITUATION I'termine when the poisonous period KRONPRINZ" WILHELM ENGINES=" ....... r I 1 I I I I I I I -I I I I I I I I I I II III II I . I I I' . .1 .1 .
We Are Switzerland, Fla.. Oct. 28" 1915. ends, let it first be established that i DISMANTLED

Mr. Editor:-The conditions affect- there is a poison period in the life of
PleasedWhen ing the citrus situation in Florida are i' Norfolk, Va.-Preparatory to removing -
very peculiar, to say the least. the grapefruit or orange. the vessel from the Norfolk I
The circumstances Overwhelming evidence from those : PANCAKES FOR BREAKFAST
stated
people to us: "We fairly navy yard to Newport News for repairs -
say
o
which have brought it about are as who have spent their lives in the naval experts examined the machinery -
come here because we always get
This is follows: I groves, and have eaten fruit at all of the interned German crui-
our money's worth.
said to frequently.It As the groves were recovering from I I stages of its growth is to the effect ser Kronprinz Wilhelm today and i
has us been the policy of the I the disaster of '95 the demand for !I that not one case of poisoning has : found it completely dismantled. The Hecker's Cream Buckwheat, Old Homestead Flap-
Florida citrus fruits was very urgent. ever been known. It has never come vessel will be towed Monday or Tuesday .
and deserve Ballard.s Pancake
Model in the past to try jack, Flour, White Rose Pure Maple
such praise as this. It will I The need of money amongst the :;to the knowledge of the writer that a to Newport News, where she is
be its policy in the future. It has growers was equally as urgent. These board of health has ever pronounced j expected to remain a month. She will Syrup, Log Cabin Syrup, 's Syrup. i
successful. conditions combined, were very condu- i the citrus fruits of Florida at any ;I be restored to her original condition
been we know when we give a ladyor cive to early shipments. As the pro- I stage of growth as being poisonous. t as an ocean liner. :' ;:
i
gentleman a good meal for 25 duction increased, the shipments of J! In fact there is no evidence whatever i Chief Surgeon Perrenon of the'I Pickles Bulk
their immature fruit increased, until the to sustain the assertion that j Kronprinz, who was found dead in his
cents that they are getting
full value for their money.If supply became much greater than the citrus fruits are poisonous.This berth Wednesday, was buried in the ':
they choose one of our 15 market would take. It became very then being true then chemistryis United States naval cemetery here to- | Just received, a barrel of Sweet Mixed, also Dill
cent specials it is the same. apparent to all interested that some- out of its field and the savants in day with military honors. The offi- |!; Pickles. New
Crop.
If we serve them somethingfrom thing must be done to lessen or utter- department would look better in a cers of the Kronprinz Wilhelm and
our short order list and ly destroy this shipment of immathre very dark corner out of the lime light. the Eitel Friedrich and an armed I Codfish in pound packages.
charge them a reasonable price fruit. A number of plans:: were suggested Since chemistry cannot measure guard made up the military escort.
for it they are satisfied and so ; but none proved effective Mr. maturity or immaturity; and there is I -
are we. Temple took the bull by the horns and no poison to be discovered there AN=" OBERVANT PANHANDLER" WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
sent out the famous poison to the should be no rulings whatever from
fresh I
Our
Oysters are every I
day. growers. In their desperation, to end the departments. 1 r
the green fruit shipment, many fell :i That being true the shipping or not "Excuse me, sir," said the panhandler -
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT in with the poison idea, and succeeded j,shipping of immature fruit becomesa chuffing up to Dubbleigh's side i Our Grocery Company
in getting our famous state chemist : purely commercial question for the "but you couldn't let me have $15
at work. lie has overlooked a form-I j growers themselves to regulate. could you?"
ula that fixes the maturity. i| Immature fruit should not be sent.I "Fifteen dollars?" echoed Dub- : Two Phones: 3 and 200
TheModelCafeDressmaking I The state chemist, the Florida to market. Everyone desiring the i I bleigh. -"Great Scott, man, do you for
legislature and the department at best results for the industry is opposed -i,one moment suppose I'd be fool ; 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

I Washington have succeeded in placing to such shipments. It causes great enough to give you $15?" ; . . . . . . .11111 I 1I'IiI
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upon the industry a most absurd and permanent disaster and wrongs every i "No, chief, I didn't, said the pan- I
ParlorMiss unmerited burden. individual engaged in the industry. ,I handler, "but I sort o'hoped you'd I
I If any intelligent person will for II' j Self interest of the growers should regard it as a kind of personal assessment ,
I'i one moment, consider the varying: prevent such shipuents,since to do so and swear off fourteen ninety, i I
'and complex conditions that are ever is simply committing commercial sui leavin' me with a dime to the good."
and from citrus i.i lie got it.
Margaret R. Hamilton present inseprable
'I production, producing many varying cide.The writer feels if this was properly I i ORLANDO
for present located at 407 S. Or. flavors and textures; it is at once presented the shipment of imma- :! The space writers are giving us an ROOFING
llnge Ave. evident that no fixed Ihemical formula ture fruit would disappear. It results oversupply of all the romances and AN
can correctly measure the maturity from inadequate marketing facilitiesas intimacies of President Wilson's
I or inmaturity of citrus fruit. much as from any other cause. courtship. President Wilson is an old SHEET METAL CO
We who produce the fruit know That there is no ground whateverfor man, and the father of a large and I
The public and all former
I that flavor and texture vary from governmental rulings or interfer- i I grown-up family, and Mrs. Galt is a
patrons invited to call. I year to year. Owing to climate variations ence. Let the growers get together substantial dowager of uncertain age, Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
I[ cultivation, fertilizing, etc. and work out some commercial propo- I I but of a weight that tips the beam at \ , ,
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We know also that two trees in sition that will eliminate any cause or '. 160. The suggestion of romance with and Rubber Roofings
An Announcement I in a position same,variety, cultiva- reason for the shipment of immature reference to people like these is absurd. -
tion, etc will produce fruit of different fruit. :: .
-Memphis News-Sainitar. Cornices
Mrs S. Helen Graves wishes to announce Skylights, Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
that she has opened parlors in flavor and texture at different I! Yours truly,
. the YoHfll-Duckworth) building, Room (periods. So it is very clear the hunt MOPvEMAN The hired girl has went-she was
=No." 1. hairdressing, shampooing, Works 14 E. Church St. .
I for maturity by the chemical route is I "hired she was tired she was fired; : ORLANDO
,
facial massage and scalp treatment. I
. Phone No. 679. Your patronageis absurd. Subscribe for the morning Sentinel. but smile-you can get another by r
..olirit t'd. I Now if chemistry is used to de 10 cents a week delivered. using our want ad. column. -
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week as Water Heater Week' when a thorough exposition of this very


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


\ I "turn-the-faucet" hot water-what it means in the broad, practical every-


\ ,, day household routine-how it increases intimate personal comfort and


makes for general all-around domestic efficiency. To give you a com-


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$ I } F will be displayed in operation and demonstrated daily during the entire

---i'- week. The Ruud is made in several types and numerous sizes-for

\ : ;i 9 l 1'' ( "w' " every purse-for every purpose-and whether you live in an humble

UI ii d i!!?, 'I i I x p1 cottage or a large palatial residence, there is a Ruud to meet your

,,, rlw ,.:A' particular requirements, the only difference being in the capacity andinitial

/ !!!( I f'' ; ? cost of heaters Every woman who desires to make housekeeping

; ; f ,1. / \ easy, thorough and economical, or anyone who wishes

!! inexpensive, reliable hot water at a turn of the faucet will be ,.
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r \ \ thoroughly repaid by attending this demonstration and inspecting

'r : t i .-a, \ this marvelous device. A water heater specialist will be

1 in attendance to give you expert advice and to tell you definitely

\ the cost of Perfect Hot Water Service for your home.


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t HEROIC SOLDIER DECORATED i Balkan Grain Is Now Feeding
!
CONCRETE FOR S.\ I:\(, BOUNDED) : I t

COMRADE I Germany; Danube Is Now Open f

WORKS Herlin, NovemberThe genera'stnlt ') ,,
reports that Wilhelm DuesterFHk C y

407 1.0X0 STHKKT I private of the flfty-llCUi IPsere i Iterlm.The frankfurter "'('It un!: I them before they ore mature the rate A
Infantry regiment, has been says that arrangements have l been are ini-ienscd' on u sibling' scale foi
PIWltl' ,W:1' n\\ardcd the lion cross of the first hois which weigh mute than :220pounds. )
made lirtwren the ierninn; and the
class for nn net of exceptional, self- .
sacrificing; brnury.llv I llulgtuiitn go\vrnmrnts tll bring in The maximum wholesale' price fur

All classes of Concrete work done was In trench In the ('luumpagttt' food supplies, front Itutimrln. fat |Hirk i I.. 1,111I'1'1111\ 110 pfrnnlir |per

Walks, Steps, llrl.lt'rn, Fountains,, with Ids. Company lilted w, Frncr, I'Vnc and Hitching Posts, A r. During) dtuk night tin- soldiers to nliolUh the piohlliitUnt on 1'or unit'ndvrrd lord tin maximum

tar Posts. Whit"11)' Klrvtrle: heard hrail rending cries' for Lodi|' tht ex|>oit of grain In cur loud, The! \\liolrsul pi"Ice U ISO pfrnnlgn per

Light Posts I Vino unit Ko" Trellicfn,, from \tt\ loiwn Ihllcht'tI1111"'" tit any le or The cries soon became weaker and reopening of navigation on the pound)).
Model, Chimneys with Fancy Top,, ;I after while only meaning was )hvard htumbe, whcih enables lulg! &
date Poata of any design! IluftdingII I DufnterMck! decided to save the grain to compete with Roumanian in milk contemplates primarily
flocks, Common and Ornamental I wounded man from whom%the cries; Austria! and German)'. giving preference to children, nursing
Ituilding Illocka, faced with Granite; I came, although his comrades told him A new schedule of prices for swine mothers and sick people. AH townsare $yr 0,00( F. O. ll. Orlando

Ccxjuinna, or any other natural Rocks.: : that this would be suicide and triedto and !pork in Berlin has been 'adopted' allowed to open municipal milk'

I'lans and estimates made for Uunga- keep him back. Under cover of I L>y the federal council. To encouragethe shops or establish a commission of show
Are Here. Let
lows or other buildings. All work the darkness he left the trench and raising of heavy hogs instead of special dealers to sell on behalf) of the us you

guaranteed first-class. Building Piers crept over the field. After passing making it profitable to slaughter authorities. I
French he found the wounded ---- ------- - -- --- --- ------ Car
I outposts ----- -- -- -- ---- This Wonderful
25c.LI
\nS.\y BROTHERS. Props. soldier. Placing the helpless man TLROLEAX SOLDIER EIGHTY PRESBYTERIANS PL.Sy'on II
S. I). Lindsay, Manager. Ion his back he started to creep back \EARS OLD FLORIDA SOON

,to the trench which he reached safely,

although he was fired at repeatedly Vienna, Nov. 8.-The age limit for :Miami Fla.-Establishment of the PALMS AUTO CO.
by the French pickets. Florida synod of the Presbyterianchurch :
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Best and Promptest the "landesschutzen, the militia organization -
The prince of Lippe decorated him with Miami as the headquar- '!
of has been al>ol-
Tyrol '
with the merit cross for bravery and ters of one of three presbyteries i is, I N. Ave. Phone 400
Orange
Auto
Livery ished. All able bodied men of fairly I
with a gold medal. the plan the churches of the state :
and (
I good health are now accepted
will act upon at their meeting this< '
Service sent to the front rirespecthe of their .
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HER 9 B.\ lES HORN WITHIN 18 Two sharpshooters from the I month, according to Dr. ? W. Fans
age. : -
pastor of the local church, and the : --- -
MONTHS Ziller valley, Joseph I'enz and :Michael
PASSENGER adoption of the necessary memorialto ,
llaslacher, presented themselves for
Lexington, Ky.-Mrs. Gaither Drew both the general Presbyterian meetmjr. i
service at Innsbruck although 1
old, has blessed her asking for the new synod is now considered Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
thirty old.
ry years of them are over eighty years
husband with nine children in eighteen as a foregone conclusion E
BUICK i CARWe I'enz, a wealthy farmer from FueJ.en.who
Should the new synod be formed,
I
months. fought against the Italians in DIRECTORS AND EMHALMERS'
I
there will be three presbyteries, at
Four healthy boys were born to ISM;, was found fit for military duty .
call anywhere at any timeGorrLn's :Mrs. Drcwry today. Mother and ba and went to the battle front on the :Miami St. Augustine/ and -

Lies are doing well. Isonzo at once llaslacher had to berejected Florida is now attached KiS'imm'c'l Real Values Low Trices!!
Mrs.: Drewry, who lives in Spence i us he is suffering from rheu bama synod, but the '
Transfer Co. her hUIot.nnJ'e' state have within the last years
county, presented to matism. I' COMPARE
become more numerous and stronger
children at n birth eighteen month;:I :
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 ago. The two girls died, the thrr( Hue POODLES: and leaders in the work of the dormm- II |
; $1II.UtHl.uuO OUR FURNITURE
boys are thriving. So there are nov I till tiun believe that the Floiida?

HAULING OF ALL KINDS I seven<< lays, the older eighteen months, New Orleans.: -"The most astounding churches are now uhle to stand IIlI11W.\\

thu younger one day, in the luipp;r extravagance! of the women of Should the AIIII'1I1I11nw.titlJ We provide the quality of furniture thut has long! been accepted
: 1 ho wry household. ;\America\ that we spend $10,000.000 prove of the plan, (final action will be I by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
each year for poodles" asked of the general assembly next an article U here it U good It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.

: WALSH: ORJAM/.is; : INDUSTRIAI: Mrs. R. I.. Uuiker\ told this to the tlU111 1II\'r. I We can't make this point too clear-it Is one of tho foundation
CLINT BASS I RELATIONS COMMITTEE) : : 'I(I delegates to the annual meeting ol) I tones of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
I the Women's Int'rnuUonnl1\II:4l1lonury\ : SHOPS pirritocKAD: (' ('I.OSI'HI. :

PHONE 373 New York Nov. S.-Frank IValt.h I'''. 'I Union today in describing, how An\er- 1':.\ .\' TO'I': LIGHT i i'i --- -

West Jefferson StreetSuCCeSor \ of Kansas City, chairman o f heart women make\ the money II)'. She' 1'l.troJrllll.-Wilh n view to saving McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
to tho recent United' States' rommissioi II ,continued: fuel and reducing the Use of artificial
? for hats yearly' light it has been ordered 1 that all
on industrial lelutions, the three labo r I "We upend more Avc. Church Street Orlando Florida
,
Corner Orange and
liandyoodCorn p uy members of that rommission, anti others than It takes\ to support the army am! shops except those devoted to the !sale
interested met here today and organized '. navy anti several other federal departments. of food close daily nt 7 p. m.

Wood of All Kinds the"Industrial", Relations Coin,_ We also spend\ I $107,000,. Places entertainment must close . ______ h_
mil tee," n (permanent unofficial bod>" (too) for soft anti rooting drinks foal<<1 I nt ll'Ii.:: ( while 11 o'clock N the hour

I'KOMI'T SI''/. t /CU? to urge the rrroimm-ndatlons con. 'li$,"""."tllI for randy. It it time U, fixed for rcntnurants tend clubs. to
KHAHO\i//// '.UICU... tninrd In tho minority report of th IP mil n halt tutu to return to lilt sam', rinse and for the mljouinmcnt of pub I Try A Sentinel Want Ad"'MIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

commission ways of our mothers" I lie mci-tlngs.


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CONTINUES--.COME TOMOKROW-OUK ADVICE BUY NOW


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This message\ is to the women of Orlando nndioinity who are contemplating the purchase of New Furniture! Rugs: Stoves, Glassware ,
lushes and other houscfurnUhlngs. With a view of unloading our floors of this mammoth birth grade stock of nuMchiuidixein ' '. .

tho short space of :30 day, wo offer our entire stork nt sensational reductions.

It is easy to economize on tho 'luxuries of life, but Iwl'I.is n chance to economize on lI'I'I'IU.ltluhkh Is PRACTICAL! economy UiK $11I.lilt ('hair'alu,',
The Ilk sill (U) 'hair Value.Now ,
t : . . . . . . . . . .$T.IK. The list of women who havo taken advantage of this sale) for the moat\ part me women of no me means, who know and appreciate Now. . . . . . . . . . .>-7< .114
: that'll what made them well do.
I the value of n d"tlnr.Oul'h:; women never miss the chance to "1110,1 1.1 or :Sli per cent-turd to .


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'I he tuaranteed; I\ind. SYMETRICAL DESIGNS

Refrigerator and Ice Boxes $3.50 Value, Sale Pr ce. ______ ____ ___ -$2.75
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$i.OO: Value, Sale Price--------------------_ __ ____ $ 9.98 --- ------ -- -- ---- ----
20.00'l1lul', Sale I'rice------------------------------------ 16.75 g !}.OO Refngenitor Salt'1:; 4.50 Value, Sale Price---------- ___ _ :,75:
30.00 Value Sale) Price------------------------------------ 24.503i..r.O IS.00 Refrigerator. Sale Price-------------------------- It.!):; 6.00 Value Sale Price-------------------------------------- 5.25

.J ,.OO Value, Sale I'rice------------------------------------ 1800 Refrigerator. Sale Price u____-____ _______u '-- -u -- U,"' 8.00 Value, Sale I'rice-----------------------------------.,/. fi, ;;
17.75; 9.50 Value, Sale Price-------------------------------------- 798
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Our Lack of Space Prevents Us Giving Price of But a Few of the Many Bargains. You Must Visit Our Store To


Appreciate the Wonderful Values. Remember This Sale Is For 30 Days Only So Don't Delay. COME NOW.




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Worthington Black I man
ROBINSON & BEARDALL '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ATTOnSEY.AT-LAW

I I Phone 617
No. 4 West Pine Sreet
1 [looms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck.

ORLANDC I Ii Phone 161 worth Building.

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. Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW

t Victor Starbuck
FARMLANDSDROVESfffftSES

r LOTS. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone Phone 72

161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-

Davis & McNeill Block
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. Fla
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F. A. PEPPERCORNt


J WANTSThe BUILDER and CONTRACTOR

J I Phone 37

A Bath In A Tea KettleIs r:-.:. ltorninllnUnel-1-_ ; - Want R. RAY WHITE


Directory U the Greatest VX.nt ATTORNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
Ad Medium in Orlando.
of of hot water. Aside from the waste of time Room 44
from the luxury plenty &SALLAS
n long way Term. Cash In Advance.KATES .
heat it's mighty poor way to get hot water. Walking block Orlando, 1la.
and temper in waiting for the kettle to n 208 Boone Street\

thin because! they do not realize the I For On I) ,_ ._25t
still with annoyance *, hUH a-
lob of folks put up Phone :597.;
And yet For Three lUyi a_._ ._.,:&0c
Water II l'ntl'r. I For **U I lay. ,u' = =, .,..=.75* -
of Gas
I economy n I2.SUThU : \
I Fur On* I lth'u =
I riu appiiar| ;i on "ll ads of L. Percival Hutton
Water Heater 25 *ord!* or I I.... If the ad contains DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
A Gas I more than :"ft: word the rate 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
will te on* cent per word for
Convenience I each additional word for ah insertion. ARCHITECT
Means Comfort, Economy, .
If can't bring your ad to Phone 716
I you McNeill-Davis Building. Orlando,
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
after furnace fire is telephone will be Rooms 2 and 3YbwellDuckworth-
especially your opened by
water
It's the best and easiest way to get hot I payable the following day. Bldg Florida.

Member F. A. A.
out.
Every Home-Every Business
finger as a reminder to drop in at our omce today and let us Every Man has use for a
Tie string on your
a Sentinel Want Ad.
Dr. F. F. Thompson
talk it over with you.ORLANDO. I II SURVEYINGPlating


III FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, near and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly
Lake Eola. Rooms are large: and

WATER & LIGHT CO I nicely Pine street.furnished.O. V.Inquire Phillips.40j East PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York

11-9-St WORK 115 SOUTH ORANGE

: GAS DEPARTMENTIIIIIMIMMMtMIMIIiMlllllllilMIMMni 1 FOR rooms RENT and-bath House on, unfurnished Ruth avenue.J. 5. HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's

G. Manuel, city. Phone 484. Engineer

11-5-6t* 'J l!!.

TO RENT-New house just completed 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
containing two and three room
WDR.
suites furnished; sunny and attractive -
with large piazzas. Also a suite Phone 72
of four or five sunny rooms furnishedor I
unfurnished; bath and electrics.

I Inquire 10-30-12t at* 200 West Concord avenue. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L. H. RAMSDEU

-- OPTOMETRIST
t f and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO. - FLORIDA
t FOR RENT- Light housekeepingrooms
; also flat, if taken by the V J; FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSE
season; no children; electric lights, Da\is& McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

tllMMIMIIMIMMIIiiMM city able.water Phone and 680.bath.10 Terms West Concord reason ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl. JEEP AmmO

avenue. ll-2-12tc

FOR RENT-Furm&hed pleasant XVANTED-Have party arriving November Umbrella covered and repaired
suite of light housekeeping rooms, 22 who will want furnished "while you wait." ax Young's Repair
cottage, 5 or 6 rooms. Address Carl 'Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
'on first floor; bath in connection; elec- 11-9-3tc
Dann at once.

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE t I tric desired lights; private and telephone family. ; 312 garage ll- -lmo North if* ANTED-An elderly lady living BUILDING ESTIMATESWe MATERIALS AND

\main street. alone requires the services of a ca-
pable, middle aged white woman for
RENT Large pleasant fur- to furnish estimates -
FOR housework, without washingor are prepared
FLORIDA nished rooms, with private family, general ironing. A good permanent home on lumber and building mate-
1 close in. 302 North Orange avenue. for the right person. Address, with rial of all kinds. Give our service a
11-7-lmoc references regarding character and trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando.
capacity A. B. C., Box 149 Orlando, I0-19-20t.
FOR RENT-Furnished suite, two or Fla. 11-5-6t !
three connectnig rooms for light INVESTMENTs
GOOD
housekeeping Also single rooms. A
,
and Grape- 108 Summerlin Place, near the 11-7-6t court* LOST I [ one that will yield a guaranteed
varieties Orange house.
All the leading --- -- ------- income for ten years. We handle income -
LOST-On Monday, October 25, be- investments yielding 8 per cent

: fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest FOR SALE_ tween, via east Robinson road Springs between and Maitland Orlando net Mortgages regularly.and Income Real Estate Investments.Your Bonds,.

.. .. FOR SALETwo'sp'lendid' furniture and Winter Park one Fisk red top money should yield 8 per cent
prices .. :: :: .. wagons suitable for transfer work. 34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. -
Also one small wagon splendid horse .A communication from the finder will 10-15-lmc
two sets of harness. If you are look- be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney -
ing for something extra good at a Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf A $3,500 BARGAINTen
bargain, see Oscar Hand & Son.
acre young grapefruit grove
ll-5-6tc LOST-Small open faced watch, on two and a half in bearing, new four
- -- between Lake Lucerne and the bath chicken
and
-
SALE Three good lots on pin room cottage garage
FOR -
hotel. Monogram L. 15. L. on mile from
near Lake Eola. Empire yards and houses; one
Ridgewood avenue back. Return to Orlando Bank and limits, off brick road.
city just
A bargain
if desired. -
sell
List and lowest Will separate Trust Co. and receive reward. OWNER I'. O. BOX 676
Send today for Catalog Description if taken at once as the owner ,
: needs the money. Address C., care 11-3-tfc ll-G-lmc

prices, to the above address : Sentinel. 10-30-lm* MISCELLANEOUSI : NOTARY PUBLIC, with Peal. I make

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good a specialty of deed, mortgages,
condition Write Box 667. lease contracts etc. Price very rea."onl1fe.
D-23-tfe MAKE A BUSINESS of planting \ ( Mr*. II. II, t.eake, 45 Kant;
citrus trees. All trees t pet guar Pine street. Phone 1'J. H-U-Irnoc
anteed. Write for price. Box 222,
MMMMilMMMMMMMMIIIimMIMMMIMimMMMMMMMMIMIMMMMM FOR SALE-FOR t\BNT-Hou"e, "
10-21-lmoc Va
furnished and unfurnished. Also Oooce Fla. tilt: ) T. HUM.
I'hnnr llrt.: Itnrk HUItf., lmtm( 3.
come splendid lot.*. Call and eve I what
FOR RENT I hale to oifer before you tuy'ur nimits; AMI sr.Lums( (',,11 and ore "n'" It Interested, In rpnl
1 rent. Mm. H. II, Leaks, 4T. Mast: i'lru rotate", lluy, nell or pxrlmii! 11"1"
.
1I Mrret or 31': : IrO"Il'h''n: 1V. 1 buy, Mll.? wit, amt exchange) /: real "I ily, Rentals carefully nlleiultnl to.
1I I Full KENT: --.\ krsrd| ten mow un to.l'-dw.lltlu.( et"t<>. lli v* resided In Orlanla. "'I.., II,IHItI"t1
I fuihUlu'il Imiiup, \slth modern cunvam ls
Intern, and writ \piiUltttvd; Just t the i rou SAI.K'& :-A Mnsr.v I MAKIUI'urnUhtHl : $;OOUOO.)( Call nml Fe JtIU.6.3m \ ,'IHST CLASS, larUlttn Will take 'emgngee, r
I Mini) designer
\M\\if\ for it iHttuillng\ tWII"\; Im'tttrtl inn 14 roem nlt\l"e, un trick V. A. LKXVTKU.: : ment by ,luy or At home. Tremont
, 1"'I''I.t'r"ulI| | tnnuint town .Applyt. ",street "rr"nltttl for light hO.-"I. -------- lItla'Convinced
XV, !I.. StoryX' t"r <;mln, 1'Iw. 101:, Splendid location; (urge 'Jut. TRACY & SOMKUVIU.B-Carpenters I hotel.
!II sitUc.Ftm:t XX' Concord Ave.
FOR SALE Terms. Owner, 1C and cabinet makers Screen
..
:1mo. doors and windows, frames sleeping
t: RKNT 1: : -Room* for lleht& housekeeping porches, counters, shelving, show
; also furnished bed l rooms; FOR SALE-An. elegant parlor organ refrigerators, alterations and
two Mocks! from po totfice. Apply ;Jon only $..'5, cost: $150. Come and additions.cases We keep a number of

A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on FOR Palmetto RENT street-By the season,ll-rt-i'.t month get Orlando.it. 8JJ North Orange 11-6-C.tc avenue, skilled 18 East workmen Church street.constantly 10-17-lmo on hand. stood"Yes by," "the said sick the contractor specialist,, "as 1 can he

or year, one upstairs flat for light FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice home cure you. the sick
it cost" asked
S. West St. $2200.C. housekeeping; also other rooms and furnished ten rooms, bath sleeping LAWN MOWERS sharpened and "What will .
garage, electric lights and bath in porch; well located; only two blocks repaired at Orlando Bicycle and man faintly. dollars."
house. Apply 300 East Concord ave.910tfc from business center; desirable neigh- Shop. Court St. 10-8-1moc "Ninety-five
Repair
shade
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. "You will have to your pricea
little," replied the contractor. "I
11-6-tfc Delivered every day-Elder Spring got a better bid from the undertaker."
furnished Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & stood his price
FOR RENT-Nicely rooms FOR SALE-SEEDS The specialist pat on
in new, modem home; one-half' Natal Grass Seed guaranteed gathered Company, Rock uuilding. Phone 105. and his competitor got the job.
A. HOVEY block from Anderson street, near St.Luke's ripe well (cured and will germinate 10-16-tfc. We are specialists' in our line of
I hospital. Reasonable rates for if our planting instructions are work and sanitary conditions prevail.It .
the season. 406 Margaret street. followed. 40c. Ib., delivered, cash Drink Elder Spring Water. See or will pay you to stay on the safe
10-29-tf with order. Globe Fruit Co., Ltd., phone Geo. T. Hull & Company Rock
Leesburg Lake Co.. Fla. 1-4-itc jildlng. Phone 105. 10-16-tfc side.Orlando
\ MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary
room. First Methodist church; tele- WANTED PAPER HANGING
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson
: For $7.00 I will paper any ordinary
street. 10-20-tfc WANTED-Te 'list all kinds of prop size room. Over 500 selections te, Steam Laundry
sale rent. I am having
for or
erty
;'FOR RENT-East Colonial Drive, a manp applications for houses, fur choose reduced from.prices.I do Phone painting 261, or also drop at, FRENCH DRY CLEANFttS
I will be
house 6 rooms, barn half nished and unfurnished.
garage the
I and I will do rest LAUNDERERS
I postal
have. airsH. me a
truck irrigated. Jacobs to list what you I
patch glad
Try a Sentinel Want Ad. 11-4-6t acre Grove *Co., Orlando. Telephone. Phone. B. 179.Leake, 45 East 10-8-dw-lmo'Pine street G. C. Schultz Box 385, Orlando.1-10-31-lmo", i I PHONE 88



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Mr. P. G. Winston, of Clermont, i
was among the business visitors to ,
Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .
ATlINCORPORATED

John S. Arnold, Jr., of Jack-
sonville, is in Orlando on a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. M.

Slemons. i

Mr. R. W. Wood, representing the
1893 Florida East Coast Annual, St. Augustine for
spent yesterday in Orlandoon
business. 1
THE _

L. MUSTARD, the chiropodist.Office "
STATE BANK over McElroy's drug store.

OF k l-ll-6-12tc 1H[ AUTUMN OFLIFE"By

7 Miss Margaret Edwards, who has
been spending some time in Jackson-
ORLANDOTwentytwo
ville, returned to Orlando last even- -
years' experience in the affairs of ing over the Atlantic Coast Line to
Banking enables us to measure and meet the spend the winter.

needs of our customers. saving a definite
The management of this bank has endeavoredto Col. T. J. Watkins, who has been

pursue a progressive policy to be liberal in spending several days at Arcadia, amount each week. We '
its treatment and adhere strictly to the legitimate looking after his extensive interestsin

x lines of banking. DeSoto county, returned home yesterday have several plans. Let

THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF afternoon.
THIS BANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS us explain them
Mrs.\ E. W."Davis, of Orlando, for-
DEPOSITORS. merly of this city, will attend the I

Officers federation meeting in DeLand, having _

LOUIS C. MASSEY _________________President been elected a delegate from the civic .,
T. PICTON WARLOW __________VicePresidentS. league.-Ocala Star.

WATERS HOWE ___________________Cashier
S. A. NEWELL __________________Asst. Cashier Fish M. Self and& oysters Co. received 1-10-6-tfc daily.IL The Peoples National Bank"It


Mr. II. B. Arnold, a former popu- Is A Pleasure To Serve

lar citizen of Orlando, but who has You"r
been residing in Gainesville, Fla., fora
number of years, arrived in Orlando
yesterday to visit his brother, Mr.
R. A. Arnold, at his home near Con-

way.

Mr. Baas who has been '
-- -- -- George ,
; with the Orlando Bank and Trust

company for some time, has resigned :
to accept a position with Dr. P. Phil- :
REO lips, the well known buyer, shipper '
and grower of citrus fruits and vege- .111111.111111.111111111..1111111111111.111111111111111,11 11.111.11.111 ." .,

tables.
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AT A BARGAINRun
Mr. Price Charters, of Gainesville
Ga., who has been spending a coupleof
weeks in this section looking the
less than 1200 miles. $650
country over, returned home yester-
day afternoon. While here he was
Come quickHaynesHupraobile
teh guest of his friend, Mr. Walter
W. Rose.

Salesroom SPECIAL
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6c.
18-18-tf

Hudson 33 Car t
Among the recent arrivals in the Touring .
city are Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Way r

who have spent the summer at Glen Excellent Condition t
Ellyn, 111., and are again occupyingtheir
attractive home, 409 South
street. They have been coming. to
$325.00 i
this city for several l years and have
many friends who welcome their re

turn.



vened Florida The in executive Duruca-l'hiluthea Gainesville committee last week.Union of April con.the I San Juan Garage Company ij


New FordjfHome 6, 7, 8 and 9 were selected as dates
for the 1916 convention which will be
held in Gainesville. The board ap- Orlando-Daytona
Now
Open pointed committees and Mr. D. Niel
Ferguson of this city will serve on
the publicity committee.
20 -11 South Orange Avenue
Telephone 368
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc

FORD ACCESORIES-TIRES .....44s.s4..-.. r I 1 I r . . 11 1.. 1 I . II III . I II 1 I . I I . I I .. (.1 I .". . III . I
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Miss :
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL Brooks and Mrs. W. A. Knight will ---
FREE FILTERED AIR leave in the morning, in the former's tear II I . . . II III II . MMtMf I 1111 MM IM4IIIIIMMM tMMMM MMtf.t1Nl.

for a motoring trip of a week.
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." Their destination will be Fort Meade : Who Will Be Your Executor?
and en route they will go through :
Dade City, Plant City, Lakeland and
F. G. RUSH Bartow, and will return by the way of ANSWER NO. 2
Kissimmee and Orlando.-Ocala Star. -
J Your estate may be materially impaired as a 't- .
Mrs. G. D. Washburn Miss Em- direct result of the appointment of an executoror !.. = '-4t
'
f '
ma Washburn, Messrs. Fay Carrol trustee. $ : .- .
and Lindner McConn left this morn- When an individual is appointed- '_ t l' 15 !

- ing in the former's car for Orlando to is generally weaker. tIt i
The financial responsibility
_tllJRllR111'A I111111111111111111111111 J 11111111111 attend the state convention of the W. f ;
C. T. U. They will return Saturday. is usually provided in wills that the person ''p3.fit r' ,1 r yr
During their absence they will visit nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Kissimmee, Maitland and other townsin from giving bonds. . *,

Have Your Christmas close proximity to Orlando. En When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- M ,;r ,! -
route to Orlando they were joined at pense of the estate, and then only partial secu t r { .
Weirsdale by Mrs. A. M. Reed.OcalaStar. 4 rt '
rity against loss is provided.
Selections Reserved When a Trust Company is selected 'J .

The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility .
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. '
is secured. '
18-18-tf 1
The payment of a small deposit on any article will insure -
A bond which has behind it the entire financial
its being held for until want it later
you you on.
Mr. Uriah Seeley is Institution is filed with
receiving always
a strength of the ,
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from
cordial welcome from his scores of : the Probate Court atn root to the estate.
our stock while it is still complete without anticipatingyour E
readiness to pay. Orlando friends upon his return to Answer No 3 will appear in a subsequent issue ,! ,
the city to spend another .
He
We invite :you to take full advantage of this offer, season. of this newspaper. er fat'
was absent five months, the
greater:
and to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase.
portion[ of which he spent in Jersey s
CitIr.. Seeley expressed himselfas Come in any time and freely ask for further K, : L
being glad to get back to the land information on this vitally important subject. J
of sunshine and flowers and especiallythis You are always welcome, and our offices are always
I place. He is pleasantly located glad to advise. -
:, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

T. H. EVANS Howard, 209 East DoctorsBiickiniistiT Robinson avenue. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



JEWELER & Briiiiiliigc i!! Orlando Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Stillat Capital Surplus and Profits $141,00000

Kirksville, Mo. ..
132 S. Orange Ave.. above
People .
I.k .....I..I.'II..I... Nlltlnnal Bank. Phone 678. ... . . .. . . & +M11111111 ,I.Dl1IH.... .Jnfl. rtVllMMHMIMM



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