Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00558
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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 11, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00558
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: 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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Incident May Cause Complications COUNTY COMES FOR FOUR Kitchener Is Not Going to Indiato PLEDGES HIS SUPPORTTO

With Austria Similarto \ NOV.20'! WOMEN CHARGED WITH PROGRAM OF TilE AD-

LARCENY.Miss Suppress Threatened )IINISTRA TIOX.
Those of Lusitania
Uprising-2 German

With Germany TRIUMPHAL: ENTRY WILL : Ethel Carroll, Miss McConn, Subs Lost Washington, Nov. 10.-Democratic
Miss Emma Washburn, and :Mrs. G D. leaders for the next congress are rapidly SANTA FE DEPOT, LARGE

Washington, Nov. 10.-The state ECLIPSE KAISER'S OC- Washburn, delegates to the State W. lining for the fight for national
up -
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + FLOUR MILLS, OTHER
department received a dispatch from CUP.TIOVARSAW! C. T. U. convention, were arrested preparedness.
Ambassador Page at Rome that about yesterday afternoon by a deputy sher- + INDIA + Speaker Champ Clark, in a letter BUILDINGS GO

26 passengers, believed to be Americans ' iff from Marion county and taken + from his home today, pledged his

were lost with the Italian LEADERS ARE fiM LEAVING G VILLA back: to Sparr, a town two stations + London, Nov.-10.-The report ++ hearty support to the administration RELIEF TRAIN IS RUSHED TO CITYAll

steamship Ancona which was torpedoed north of Ocala, in an automobile.The program.
+ published in the United States +
by an Austrian submarine. charge against the women is lar- lie congratulated the president on
Troops Aligning Themselves + that Lord Kitchener is going to +
Ambassador Page's message follows his Manhattan Club speech. Wires Are Down and Full
+ India
ceny.No to
threatened +
: With Carranza-A. B. C.'s details could be ascertained late suppress a President Wilson is in daily receiptof
+ uprising has been officially de- + Details of Terrible Catas-
"Alexander Pattattivo, of New Endorse Carranza's last evening as to the alleged viola- + nied. + many letters from all sections of

York his wife, and four children, Mrs. tion of the law, whether it was serious the country indicating widespread trophe Are Still
Recognition + It is stated that Kitchener is +
Francis JVIascold, Lamure, and also or trivial. The registration blanks + not going to India. + interest in the subject of national preparedness Lacking
twenty other third class kept as a record show that two of and of
passengers Washington, Nov. 10.The Carranza + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + expressing approval
believed to be Americans, were lost these four women were duly registered the plan which he has recommendedto Kansas City, Mo, Nov. 10-The
with the Ancona. agency announced tonight that The cards their address
gave congress. city of Great Bend, Kansas, was
Carranza will British Transport Shelled
enter Mexico
"One of the passengers, Mrs. Cecil ; November 20. City about as Ocala instead of Sparr and they London, Nov. 10.-The war office wiped out by a cyclone at 7:30 to
L. Greil (first called Gray) is reportedto stopped at the Empire hotel. TAMPA SPECIAL STARTS NEXT night.
Between and that announced that an submarinehas
now date Car enemy
be safe. The sheriff of Marion county was MONDAY The Santa Fe depot, two big flour
ranza will visit the towns shelled the British transport Mar-
' on
The department early today cabled i called over the telephone last night mills the city electric plant, and other
his to the capital. clan in the Mediterranean.The .
to Ambassador and all American way and was somewhat loath to discuss
Page i Beginning Monday, November 15, buildings were destroyed.All .
r consuls in the vicinity for detailsof Carranza agents here say that reactionaries the case, not having the details at transport succeeded in reachingthe trains over the Atlantic Coast Line wires are down, and no further

the sinking of the vessel. are deserting Villa in hand. However, he believed the harbor safely, but with a loss of will arrive and depart from Orlandoas details can be had at this hour.
I large numbers and the twenty-three men killed, thirty miss-
It was stated by officials that the joining amv charge of larceny to be of a minor follows: The Santa Fe railroad is making up
of Carranza. ing, and fifty wounded.
gravity of the issue between the nature. He said that he did not know South bound-3:08 a. m.; 1:20 p. a relief train at Hutchinson, Kansas,

United States and the Austrian gov A telegram to the agency says that any of the parties, but that warrantswere m.; 3:15 p. m.; 6 p. m. and will rush relief to the stricken
anti officers and troops of Villa left French Liner Sunk
ernmen will depend entirely on the sworn out against them at an North bound-9:56 a. m.; 1.20::! p. city.
Douglas yesterday to surrender to Rome, Nov. 10 A dispatch to the
circumstances. early hour yesterday, and that he immediately : m.; 3:2' p m.; 12:31 a. m.
If the Ancona had not attempted to Carranza and ask for amnesty. took action sending a deputy I Giornale d'Italia from Cagliari, on the Trains Nos. 91 and 92 are added 57 Reported Dead

escape, the United States will undoubtedly to Orlando for the women. Island of Sardinia, says that the and are known as the "Tampa Special Kansas City, Mo, Nov. 10.-Telephonic -

send a protest similar to Endorse Recognition Action I French liner "France" was torpedoedand ." It passes Orlando going northat communication with Great
those sent to Washington, Nov. 10.The governing BOYS NOTICE! sunk bv' a German submarine in
Germany during the discussion I 3:22 p. m., and south at 1:20 p. m. Bend was restored shortly before 11
of the Lusitania case, and will board of the Pan-American Union Mediterranean last Sunday. The o'clock tonight.

demand the same guarantee, as wellas met this afternoon and passed a res- All the members of the B. M. P crew lan!!'d safely. AV OPERATIONS The telephone operator there said

a disavowal and reparation.On olution endorsing the action of the* A. A. (Baptist-l\lethodist-Presbyte- The France has recently been Usedas that the south end of the town was

the other hand, if it is shown United States and Argentine, Brazil rian Athletic Association), and all a transport plying between Toulon A. Johnson, city commissioner, entirely demolished and that great
that the Ancona Chile, Bolivia, Guatemala, and Ura- other boys who do not know where and the Dardanelles.
actually tried to had
escape was operated upon yesterday morningat damage been done in all parts of
and continued her effort to get guay in recognizing the Carranza government i the new room is, please meet at the I I As no mention was made of any St. Luke's hospital. Dr. C. D. the city.
in :Mexico. State Bank corner, at 7 o'clock tonight passengers or troops on board the '
away after being warned by the submarine I Christ was the attending phjsician. She reported that fifty-seven dead

it is believed_ here that this The meeting was attended by all of and some one will be there to France, it may be assumed that she Late reports indicate that Mr John- bodies had been found at that hour,

government will not make of the Latin-American diplomatic corps show you the way to the gymnasium m was on the way back from the Darda- is .
an issue son resting eas) His many friends but that the work of rescue had just
the case, even though Americans were and by the secretary of state. room. nelles. hope for a speedy recovery. begun and that it is certain that the
lost The France was a boat of 4,025
loss of I 4U will be much greater.
Mr and :Mrs. Pleasant A. Holt, of tons. The crew of 73 reached land.

300 Drowned on Ancona HE DENIES I RESIGNATION I Jacksonville Orlando, were yesterday.among the They visitorsto were Three were die.severely injured and another THAT RELIABILITY RUN Great Bend is a town of less than

London Nov. may five thousand
10.-A dispatch to inhabitants located on
making a trip through Florida with
Llojds' from Bizerta that three the Santa Fe railroad, at the
says U. S. Marshal J. C. Brown De- Mr L. C. Bissell in his White gasolinecar. The Kissimmee musicians who com Due to Terminate Tonight When point
hundred persons on the Ancona were where the Arkansas river divides,
drowned when the Italian steamshipwas nies That He Has Resigned They were shown over the city pose the Ragsdale orchestra, playedy Full 1,000 Miles Will Be about one hundred and forty miles
by friends of which they have I beautiful selections
Office in Southern yesterday
sunk by the Austrian submarine Completed-No Troubleof northwest of Wichita. Saint Mary'sCatholic
in this city. While here they made noon for several hours at the Lucerne
Most of the lost the message says District Any Kind school is located there and
their headquarters at the San Juan Pharmacy. Many listeners ;
j persons were -
were women and children emigrants the town is the center of a consider-
Jacksonville Fla., Nov. 10.-At 1.30 hotel. and appreciated the music. The Studebaker able
One hundred and thirty survivors s Reliability Run ito s flour milling industry.
have thus far reached Bizerta. o'clock this morning United States terminate tonight. The 1,000 miles

Marshal J. Clifford Brown, United Live Wire Dann Has Wireless will have been covered by that time
States district court, southern district in the HAD
stipulated four days of 12 BIG TIME AT EUSTIS

A.R.BRYAN WAS ARRESTED[D of Florida, emphatically denied the hours each, a total of 48 hours for

statement, when he was apprised that Apparatus On His Automobile the distance. All along the line the

information had gone. out from Tampa Studebaker "hovs" have received Early yesterday morning the dele

A. R Bryan was arrested yesterday to the ettect- that -he -bad tendered -- much publicity and Orlando has-come gation of Knights of Pythias from

charged with the theft of an automo- his resignation effective December 1. This is an age of innovations, higher rod and the San Juan Garage service I in for a proportionate share Welcome Lodge returned tired but

bile. lie was released on bonds of "There is nothing in it," said he science and research. II Carl truck will come immediately to his From Daytona last night R. O happy from the district meeting at

$750. Bryan is a cousin of E. II this morning. "It is entirely news to Dann believes in being exactly one : assistance. Compton, the Sentinel's representative Eustis. The next district meetingwill

Bryan, who was tried in criminal me and you can deny it" notch ahead of the other fellow. In i "Want to see her work" questioned sent the following brief message: be held at Leesburg, January,

court this week and acquitted of the Marshal Brown, who has been in Dann yesterday morning. "All right, "We ran the third stage of the 1916.t Eustis Tuesday night six

charge of stealing an automobile. Columbia county for several days, re- casting around for something that : what's jour telephone number?" trip today, making the distance from candidates were given the third degree -

The A. R. Bryan arrested yesterday, turned last night, having four negro would suspend him over the precipiceof Dann then proceeded to tap upon the Daytona to :Miami in twelve hours. by the Eustis team. A sumptuous -

in his testimony at the trial of his men in his custody, alleged moonshiners progress, modernity and up-to-the- steering rod "Call 24, call 24, call 24 We ran a total of 270 miles today. banquet was served tht 100 visitors

cousin, testified that he had purchasedthe who were locked up in the county minuteness he discovered that a wireless I!-Dann." Almost immediately the No trouble of any kind. Splendid 36 of whom were from Orlando,

Dey automobile in Jacksonvillefor apparatus could be obtained in bell and addresses delivered W. R.
jail.The i telephone rang at 24, and a roads most of the way. Generally were by
$250, received a bill of sale for wire sent out from Tampa was New York at a cost of $275. lie instructed i ,voice from the San Juan Garage inquired speaking the roads are fine, but some O'Neal and N P. Yowell, of Orlando;

same, and in turn sold the car to his as follows: D. Batchelor, of Winter 'I "Is Dann there*" Then Dann few stretches are poor. Due to reach C. E. Wood, of Eustis; L. M. John-

cousin, E. II Bryan, for $300, who re- Tampa, Nov. 9.-United States Park, to procure the wireless outfit j t called his office on Orange avenue. Orlando Thursday night, finishing' the son, of Leesburg, and Mayor Kennedy

sold the car to J. D. Braddock, of Marshal J. C. Brown for the districtof and send the bill to him. ,["Just to show you that I've got a 1,000 mile run." of Eustis.

Daytona, for $360. It is expectedthat Florida, has tendered his resignation The appartus arrived this week and I: wonderful invention and apparatus

the case will come to trial this to take effect December 1, it was yesterday was installed on :Mr Dann's well see if the office doesn't answer."
S week. announced here tonight. Marshal Cadillac. The appartus is mysterious, In a twinkling the telephone bell rang VOTE OF THANKS THEW.C.T.U. AUTO TOURHeaded

Brown, it is reported, intends to enter as Dann would have us believe at again, the receiving station in Dann's

local politics. His successor has not least, and as far as the human eye office had heard the "SOS" and
GERMAN LOSSES PILE UP jet been named. Mr Brown was ap- can detect consists of coils upon coils was on the wire asking "Is Mr. Dann The W. C. T. U. delegates afternoon, at their by Miss Minnie E Neal,
yesterday ,
pointed by President Wilson, his com of wire, an electric light, a cigar lighter there!" J. Ralph Yearby, formerlyan of thanks gave a president of the state organization,
rising vote for the auto ride
and S. S. Griffin chairman
of the
mission dating October 1, 1913. on the same instrument, several' operator at the Seaboard, pro-
Rotterdam, Holland, via London, press buttons, and a steel band. The nounces the apparatus a success. A which was tendered them, as well as committee, some fifty automobilesfilled
Nov. 10.GermAn losses from October + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + apparatus resembles a telephone for the dinner given yesterday bj with \V. C T. U. delegates enjoyed -
re public demonstration be arrangedin
10 to NovembVr 2 in dead, wounded + ORLANDO, TilE PRETTIEST + ceiver. the future Orange county. A number of splen- a twenty mile automobile tour

and missing were 78,376, accordingto + TOWN IN THE WORLD + Mr Dann thoroughly understandsthe Thomases"near and for any themselvesthat "doubting did reports were received and inter- yesterday afternoon. The committee
figures published by the Courant, I 1 + ----- + :Morse code. Tapping the instru- it is really a wireless apparatusof esting talks were given by Prof. Mc- wishes to publicly thank the people
,Cook and )Ir. Huxtable.
which presumed these casualties + Mrs. Mary Armour + who contributed their
re-I completely ment upon the steering rod of his car the most approved and modern pattern. services and
late to the Champagne. I + captured the W. C. T. U. audience + he is able to communicate with his j time towards maknig the ride a suc
The total Prussian losses to date + last evening by declaring + office on Orange avenue or with the I It is now expected that Mr Dann JERSEYMr. i cess. There was an abundance of vehicles

the paper says, have been 2,099,454, + at the opening of her scholarly + San Juan Garage, on Central avenue, will sell his real estate by wireless, and Mrs. A. M. Buckalew and for every one and several empty
p not including 230 293 Wurt- + and eloquent address that "Or- + cars did not make the tour. Various
Bavarian each of these places having a receiving -f ride in his Cadillac by wireless, eat by daughter, Miss Gladys, were among
temburg, 280 Saxon, and 50 navy lists + lando is, I"t'rily believe, the + instrument. Mr Dann states that wireless, sleep by wireless, and talk ,the passengers on the Coast Line ar- portions of Orlando were visited and

and the lists of officers and noncommissioned + prettiest town in all the wide + he has thoroughly tested his wireless : exclusively' by wireless. The next''riving from Manasquan, N. J. This then a tour through Winter Park to
officers who have been lost + world." + machine and that he I Maitland was enjoyed.
is able to reach move b> Mr. Dann will be to installa I while fighting with the Turks. + Coming from so gifted a lady + the two receiving stations from
any I] ; wireless telephone in his car and ;Orlando for several seasons and their TilE
+ who travels the United States + HEATHER
point within a radius of a good talk
to few
many a potentates in Europe :many friends look forward to the
New picture moulding for framing. + from ocean to ocean, this is a + miles. If he I
out of
runs gasoline, I who may wish to leave that blood i date of their returning each winter. For Florida: Fair today, except
Bring your pictures to Curtis & + compliment worthy of note. + has a blowout, or any mechanical soaked continent and invest in good :''They will be pleasantly located at rain Thursday in northwest
O'Neal book and music store. i. fo + + + + + + + + + + + + + trouble, he taps the portion;
upon steering, old Orange county dirt. their home on East Amelia avenue. moderate and variable winds.



South Florida THE DAILY Sentinel IA Poem For The Day j H R. BERRYA SEED BURNING '

V. f:. GLENN ...... ..... EdIUf !
w c. FSSINGTO.B..iae... Mana.n X COY -

Entered at the pratofficc at OrUodo Flop i and why you should buy your garden and field seed from our store. We are telling you
Second Clue Mail Matter X Y. Nov. 3, 1915.
ida. u Irondequoit ,
Editor Sentinel-I would suggestas complete line of Ford Accessories through the columns of this paper that we burn our old deteriated seed. Testing eed i>

,. Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15,00DaiI7. the of much rooster crow- very good thing but burning them makes doubly sure you will get fresh, good, sound
DaU 6 1 Month.Daily. ...................... 1.50 cause so ; a staff of expert mechanics seed. Some merchants don't care very much about their reputation, therefore sell their
1 Month. ...................... 1.5Dail7. ing in Orlando is, that they "have
1 Month ....................... ..60W.ekI7. heard the news from Jersey and to render satisfaction in aU\\ old and unreliable seed.

1 YearLL ...................... 1.00 other Northern states. I notice herein lines of Automobile Repair Italian Rye Seed, Ib.______________12 1-2c
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN New York state that the "antis"are I White Bermuda Onion Seed Ib.______$2.25:
ADVANCE crowing louder than the roosters. Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and White Bermuda Onion Seed, 1-2 Ib.____$ 23:

TO ADVERTISERS E. N. COY. Cabbage Seed Ib.____________$150 to $2.50 \
Gasoline, and fair and square Dwarf Essex Rape, Ib________________lOc
Copy f.f Bart dUplar ke handr and all I. at.tier lhe kaa4.etadvsrdaint ....I. .. The New Jersey Election prices. I Turnips Seeds, Ib-30c to 60c

.Oc. .f beTor.ii. :t'.t.IaITM. .tb.a eI applic p.>> u. lave[ you heard the news from English Peas qt-25c

to UM cka day..cc for contract a hear1sl. and will .. strictly acUtereci U.Sabaenbera Did you hear that mournful sound
- -- -- Did you catch its awful meaning? (Florida grown)
desiring Tb j>*nUnel dftcondoacd Was your ear close to the ground? I
should notify the office in writing on For Nine YearsWe
tb.ontinocd date of at expiration the regular, otberwwe auUcr pti it.n will rate be Twas the sound of women sighingFor We carry all kinds of flower bulbs in stock, give us a call.
ia received. the cause to them so sweet; I
notice to
until Telephone Namfc stop ...................... M Twas O'er the the voice cause of that women met crying defeat. have been in business at the T.: L. D E .8. N

same location, Corner of South
fathers and brothers, I
husbands, sons
All united in the fray Main and Church Streets. The Drug: and Reed Man" )
It is deal harder for some ,
a great Tho' they fell short fifty thousand, PROPRIETOR
people to give than to receive. Still no votes were thrown away. Phone 226 I

D how long this Like old ocean's tide when rising CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
Nobody seems care High, and higher on the shore, I
beautiful and loelyeather continues So the wave of woman suffrage
Soon will flood this country o'er. Orlando's Leading Repair Shop FLORIDA

So, let's yield to patient woman, and Garage "pf; A
Two conventions at the same time.
And avoid unseemly scrapple,
Things are picking up. More conven For they're hound to have the ballot ----- ---- -- ------

tions. If it takes the last dried apple. --- Pansy Plants, Rose(A. B. Cook & Co.

-----o- Jut remember, when she gets it, '
A thought for today The less And they" tread the quitter deck Pine Castle : efons Millinery' Bushes, Petunia Christ Building, Orlando.
brains a man has the easier it is for Every man that don't "walk turkey" I
him to lose his head. There w ill "get it in the neck" Plants -

flitting the high spots of life will The finish : \DIEV HATS I Leate, your orders here
Yes Jamie's hived! that little lee INCOME INVESTMENTS:
never pull you out of the slush!' when Castle Fla. cniLuttnvs HATS
That i buzzed In lar8 bonnet, ,
}"'m once take the plunge.If And an he clipped it's wines', fchc said:
D "I'm sorry I begun it." We offer a choice selection of 1'-:: ;
we had our choice of being either I. du* Velvet hate at $:!.OO, $=1.00. .Violet Dell Florist. Unproductive Made to Yield,
would utJhe ltaling.I Hut Mary dear l you net so queer, Has first class orange and
rich or happy wo You really ought to lit u* fruit trees, ready to plant. $I.no, $".00, 000. An III""mf.I .
I ly ,I"rlllIn favor of both.1h ':.no\| our M'hrufor' one, mart yrurflifniv jrrnpo J. M.CARUrilERS
Wo oiler only first class: trees, and IMaim and IXlmntrs Furnished' Our
IM $
o >'<>u :.VilFi: 'italic u*. ('h't.lft'll"' lints $ .1111'1
man who UI'I""rltu be getting budded from prolific bearing i Our styles Art lit> goad l-and I Then 50L08 South Uk 8l ('hint Free
If bv.' chnnrc.ou win the pants NVu
the bent of the war i 114 the Austriannrrhiluke "I'or which vou've (one btvn striving, trees of Known qunlitv. ,prima\ are no reasonable that )'()U111 ,I
who was killed before it Man. on his li"wt'Iw1I\ liI't'" for fees also have the Jt'cnuinoVnbon, find! our store the let place in the
commenced. 'that don't need any hiving.SIDELIGHTS. watermelon seed. ,No melons ,'city' for millinery.
shipped from where we saved!
demandfor our seed. Melons weighed from I Siemens' Millinery
There U said to be a big

chewing gum in China, but so far I 20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue Store 55c FREE 55cBring

the American boys and girls take all Hy W. 8. Branch. Free. !
our factories can produce.

Some of our poet contributors are "President's Automobile Knocks in the green card and 45c and get a DOLLAR

writing burning verses in the sense Down a Small Boy" says a headline FOR SALE! BOTTLE OF OLD INDIAN LIVER

that they' make excellent kindling for I m an Eastern paper. You may not
the fire on our hearth. believe it but the president is fixingup My residence, corner north Orange I second floor. Lot, 15-1 feet front on AND KIDNEY TONIC
o a steam roller that will knock and Robinson avenues containing Orange avenue. Grounds
down something besides small boys Library, Reception Room, Den, Sew- arranged and sprayed by underground Sale begins Thursday lasts 10 days
Perry Wall has been making Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, system. ,
of friends here this week. If he when he starts it going a few months ing Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatory, all Large garaere and log cabin plaon )'-
mixes all over the state like he is before the next election. first floor with bath and a sleeping house, etc. Will sell furnished or un- Money refunded if not as represented.
with eleven windows furnished.and .
doing in Leon he will be a mighty - apartment 11-7-1m
seven closets and storage room on
The Times-Union thinks that be-
hard man to -
Democrat.As cause quinine has advanced in price CHARLES P. DOW
o people will be complaining of the Lucerne Pharmacy
high cost of shaking. Not necessarily. -
Clarence Wood is so thoroughly They will buy a mixture contain- Phone No. 2 Orlando, Fla.
posted on the ways of storms as pro-
ing a little less quinine and a little
moted by the Almighty it might be
more whiskey and thus keep down
well for the Sage of Eustis to come
to Orlando and assist Commissioner the price of the-o-finished product. I Hot Shot for Buyers! s

Robertson in explaining why is a sink I--
If Mayor Sperry would sentence every -
hole or a break in the sanitary sewer. tramp to go up to the lavatory in 120 acres (stock land) close by, per acre________________$15.00

D front of the Water and Light office 80 acres on lake per acre____________ __________________$2000 Meat Market
MEANINGOF (and wash his hands and face thor- Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne______-__ ______-_$115000 Yancey : .

FOURORDS.. cughly before going on to the street Several Lots north of Lake Eola______________________$25000 PAID UP
It is quite likely that no other or- gang it would be an additional guard Our Motto this year is "Bargains Only For Our Bujers." Leave

ganization has for a name four words against the tramp nuisance. I the terms: to meOrlando T. A. YANCEY,Jr., Pres and Mgr.

more fraught with meaning than the -0- ORLANDO, FLORIDA

oman's Christian Temperance Union. "Do jour Christmas shopping early"is Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
A woman when her heart and mind wise advice. 'Do it with your home Real Estate Co. I

are right is the sweetest creature in merchants" is a wise addition to the Florida and Western Meats
the world; a Christian in the usual adice. E. B. BRADLEY .

accepted sense of the word means a -0- 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE ;501 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
with fine morals, clean habits,
person Jacksonville St. Petersburg, Pen- Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
a wholesome mind, a firm faith in God acola, Ocala, Palatka, :Miami Sanford -
Business P.O. BOX 226
and His institutions; Temperancemeans Orlando Palm Beach Braden- --- PHONES { 135
1.- Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
conservatism in living, busi- town, Lakeland' and all the other

ness, association, recreation, learning; good towns of the state are heartilyin
and Union typifies strength, solidarity favor of that big Florida exposition -

resolution and determination.Each in 1919, provided, of course, the
word in itself means a multi is held that particulartown
exposition in
tude of things, but all four words instead of Tampa. FERTILIZERFresh The 1V. GLrket
linked together in Woman's Christian
Temperance Union becomes not only OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
formidable in name but in reality. PRICES OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

o just in. nest for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.Get FRESH AND SALT MEATS

ROD YTERIAL. Berlin.So many hogs were hur- now.Orlando. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Let's ask Benjamin, of the Ocala I ried into Berlin stockyards for sale I
Star, to give the sand-oil road ques- the last day before the maximum Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

tion a few gentle jabs. Woods, the I order becomes effective that and pure.

Eustis lyrist, will quit then.Clearwater -, price prices dropped from $7.50 to $10 a Produce Co. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Seed &
Sun. hundredweight from those which everything in the Meat Line.

\\e don't share Editor Woods' disposition have and, in some cases, 166
prevailed Phone
to butt into the affairs of were under the maximum established 206 S. Orange Ave. JH. JVJC. Self & Co.

other counties. From all we have council will reassembleto
The federal
learned on the subject we think the consider the advisability of fixing .

sand-oil is a nice, lady-like variety of maximum prices for eggs and cheese.
rend, but that it will stand wear and

tear as well a INDELIBLE: OIL PUNTING: :
think foolish to assert. The best comment .

we have seen on Editor Woods' Hand painted costumes; parasols,

riticisms is the following from the fan tiers;, leather piano covers.and linen etc.article painted. por-to Yankees and CanucksYou If You Do Not Believe

DeLand News order. Lessons given. Prices rea- s. .,
"Editoroods of the Eustis Lake sonable. lrs. F. B. Emerson, Tre- who are fussy
11 10 6t* that the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides
Region published a picture, last week, mont hotel. - about wheatVe!

showing immense damage done by the : call for demonstration at 14 E.
The hired girl has went-she was have just received a like a parlor car, just a
cloudburst near Orlando to the cement :
grouted brick roads of Orange hired, she was tired, she was fired; lot of wheat that is Church street, or phone 223.

'ounty-and uses this as an argument but smile-you can get another by all wheat. Get that! :

against brick roads. The cloud using our want ad. column. q0 All wheat. It will i

burst occurred on Wednesday, October cost more than

13, and washed out about 150 r ordinary you wheat, but is CUALMfRS MOTOR CAR CO.

:near yards Orlando of the Atlantic the same Coast day,Line causing track a : Auto LiveryPhone E41. worth more.
wreck and delaying all trains six to 632J.

eight hours. Editor Woods ought to I The Co-Operative Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
have gotten a picture of this railroad E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. :
washout and used it as an argument Two Cars in Service for Day or ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447
against wood and steel for railroadties

and rails.-Ocala Star. Night Calls MlltMilllllllllllllllllllllliltlllllllllliMIIIII


$3.48THE STORE th'nlltiful Comforts nil Bilk 1'. nnulepure
of tuttohi t fulltet;\ Prrt \-
I | \\ 1tpetlial|
Ptlt"! "' $3.98

See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Showing.


You Will Find What You Want Among These Items!


LADIES' Wonderful


. New merchandise at One of the greatest

prices to prove supremacy events of the season." !

of our values This Ladies' Suits in black

lot representing and smartest tho style latest ., Y You Cannot t D Do 0 Better e tt Than Buy Y Your Suit H Here fur and trimmed navy serge, satin?, lined.pome

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

. Gabadines Worsteds, Serges, Fur Trimmed Suits...in fact every late

novelty is included.



FLANNEL,best grade,large range of patWOOL DRESS GOODS BED "UEADS, hemmed, ready for use, large
terns, heavy weight, special 10 yards for _______83cHLKACHED : size, $1.50 quality _,_$1.23;
i Special Extra Special
:MUSLIN, full yard wide, good weight and fancy weaves, black and colors, PILLOW CASES, scalloped, size 45x36, regular
special, 14 yards for _______________-'''_---$1,00 45 Wool inches Crepes wide plain, regular $1.00 quality 23 cent quality, _17c

SHEETS, large size, 81x90, welded seams, good NAPKINS, hemmed, ready for use, size 18x18, dice
weight, 00 cent quality ____________________ .I2cTOWKLLS 7 9 patterns, per dozen _*____*_*_____________50cCIWTAIN

: hemmed huck. size IVxHJ: red boarder KCimt AND NETS,white, cfenm and
l l\iar.::!\ quality _a_____=..___-_-_-_-__-__-___--"r Arab, 15 rent Quality ;.;._.._..:.=M_,",M... !


Thanksgiving Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur
full lint of
Ladies Full and
Wives tell your husbands;husbands tell your Winter Shoes t
Not much In the old world but there's a heap of it in the good old U.:S;, A., in'e have a complete are- G
wives. :Most beautiful showing of Trimmed line y
and we ought to make it a most important event. thing. of every M-
Hats ever shown in Orlando; unsurpassed anywhere

So Dress Up! for style, quality and value.
New '
Why pay double for copies of our hats else-
Here's a real bouquet of fixings: :Newest shapes in collars, smart cravats,
i-prightly socks and modish gloves, in fact we've all the trimmings for you for where? That's
the day. There're exclusive, but not expensive.LET .

Ladies Silk Hose, hack Tan and some Fancy Colors.
these* odd lots of our regular $1.00 hose, I
: ,
Ladies' High Button and lace shoes in patent
: special to clean up at I ?un metal and kid,with cloth and dull kid tops.
Also full line of Ladies' high and low heel
pumps just received.
'r All the Latest Styles Come in and see for yourself,

t ,, In Stock 69cts.
The Prices Are Within

Reach of All


The Y owell -Duckworth Co.



', FOR S.I.ET \Rf.\IN

I Or will rent completely furnished, I '.- ==rs. w. =., =rr.nw..w--_- -.. ..,.... ::
new, modern and attractive home, aw+rv.1 -- : Jai..a.-yr-o.-.rw..n"--- -------a;
Winter Park News I pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake
I Eola; two stories, five rooms bath,
screened sleeping porch, and summer
dining room. Address Owner Box
:;;'7, or call at 312 Broadway.


Town And Rollins College In Court of County Judge, Orange
County State of Florida-In re Estate -
of Chauncey B. Nje.
Notice is hereby given, to all whomit i'
THE BUDGET IMPORTANT CA I MEETING may concern, that on the 6th day .
All things worth while now-adays OF Y. M. C. A. of May, A. D. 191b, I shall apply to

cost money and the program of athletics Yesterday afternoon the Rollins the Honorable Wm. Martin, judge of
said court, as judge of probate for
at Rollins this year is certainly College Y. M. C A. cabinet held one my; final discharge as administratrix

vorthwhile.. The members of the of the most important meetings of of the estate of Chauncey B Nye. de-

athletic committee this year are unitedin the year. A number of matters of ceased, and that at th-! same time I M

an effort to come clean in the various vital interest to the organization came will present to said court my final ac-
counts as administratrix of said es-
sports and they sincerely hope up for discussion and settlement, and tate, and ask for their approval..

that they will have the operation the reports of various officers were Dated November fj, A I D. l'Jlr\ ,

of every true sportsman in the surrounding received and accepted.A CORA BELLE NYE, ':-..
l1-11-e.1w-r.m Administratrix.TWO .
country. The student body letter which is being sent out to .

does not want a man on any athletic Y. M. C. A. organizations all over the

squad this year who is receiving pay country by 1 Dr John R. Mott, the I OR ONtt- IIOLhE- SALE; t..

for his athletic ability, in the least I greatest religious statesman fir the '
houses I
The two ' have for sale nt \
WII)', und<
Main! l II y any ruth
through. W. (;reene and l J, I. Nottm Were of 1 I""'>5 fret, number/ jlll' i Mntjuolinnvpnup.

Ilic budget, the year ttitU fur an iiipnltil| J it* a toititnilUe tuolk tip !Hit 1"11(0, betvurn nwtMi LivlHtrnliMi of "Ill'Il.II.1| loin"t. home ne,

expenditure| of lean t nimiinl ilollju Iatetest. In the Illue HMgt Y. :M.I C. ,\. with I!filiI'I old Otlka. MttlliMt'' I Ih. I

Si I ft Mill, .SuUtliettl' 1 lulMrt, and "(\' 'Ull Slu.Unl, (:trounce whuh,, I U. tu !be iiI"rt$11'I'h. -,

liljjli\ MliuoU will 4"end| M.tUi'tf tttuiirtid .livid" the middle of next June the | .. miulrin :2 .story "tll''ie Inn 111\ 4
firal\ "U.M.I;: junior, Vitae room ilinnii. \AHarkSc
t battle 'mln.t HUT U'tdii 'Hit** upjHiiittiiKitt of (his luinmlttet( is ton: "loom Ivitihfn (ptintr)', <"llrt and I h.-l

trips| tOIl""r t) with Mtliletle. nmteiMlolid ..id..ttl l one of the most impoitanttunU "tor)', large 11\lug pond on the r..lltto" .
Oilier / Mile 'lattutd 1 nai' ponh a11ncr '' ,
lawessary PXJ.fHat-d, tuat of the college jcur. The members )
On the second dour ate :,1 t laitrr
name)'. I will utU'e proceed with their I arx
bleeping rooms, etch having CIIUIII-
The committee me issuing i: : an athletic I work, and it U blievcd that their del lavatories, piped for hot and told ; TTr

season ticket tins year and believe early appointment will enable them to water There is ul..o in extra 1 large

they have a plan that will tarry make a good showing for Rollins by screened-in sleeping porch, with room
enough for the whole family The
the budget These tickets will be sold the time for the conference. bath room is large, light, and ait-y.

at five dollars each. These will admit nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
the holder to all athletic games or NEW: ME.VT VRKEF OPENS sanitary.The .
house is newly painted and pa-
performances at Winter Park or Or-
Beginning today O. W. Wilder will pered throughout shades are hung it 4 3i
lando. They will also include admission open and operate a meat market in is wired for electric lights fixtures

of townspeople to gymnasium. the room formerly occupied by the installed, also connected with gas In i ..
Special classes will be formed to meet fact, you will find every convenience
Seminole market, which has been
for home comfort If
this plan. One ticket will admit necessary you I
anyone closed for some time past. :Mr. Wild- do not care to use the entire house,
under eighteen years of age to er will handle choice Florida and the location so near the "Wyoming,"
the gymnasium classes. Two tickets insures rentals of spare rooms at
I Western meats, and
proposes to con-
extra good Always in de-
will admit adults. For those who care prices.
duct a sanitary and up to date mar- mand; or if you care to rent the en-
for gymnasium work this ticket will cet. In the rear of the market Mr. tire house and occupy during the

serve two purposes. Those not desiring -I Wilder will conduct' a pressing club. tourist season the 3 room cottage on
gymnasium work may transfer the premises in the rear, you would
Both of these will be
their enterprises man- derive a rental by which the propertycould
gymnasium privilege to another
aged in an efficient and courteous be made to pay itself out.
interested friend. There is a barn, and chicken
manner and should prove very profitable. garage -
The committee sincerely solicit the house etc Fruits of various e

co-operation and interest of every kinds everything right up to now and
just a little above the
ordinary in
friend of the college We might add
that already two hundred dollars hasbeen CORDON I r'I does not require much ready

pledged by those on the campus. I money; a small cash payment from
Miss Hannah C. Corbon
aged 71
responsible will the
parties secure
The committee will canvass Winter I .
years, died at the home of her nephew, property.The f
Park and Orlando this week and hopeto John West on the Barber farm yes- price is $6,300. A bargain at
raise the budget. that figure. .
terday morning after a prolonged ill-
ness. Miss Corbon came to Florida REAL ESTATE,

from Terre Haute Ind., about a year Room 10. McNeill &. Davis Block

ago to make her home here. The fun- 10-2.J-ttc
eral will be conducted from the home
The first car of citrus fruit to move at 9 o'clock this morning. Interment '
from Winter Park for the present MISS MAY HARDAWAY j jt
will be in Evergreen cemetery, in
season was loaded yesterday afternoon I
charge of Undertaker Hand. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
by the Winter Parak Fruit com-

pany and was dispatched to the Wm. WINTER PARK, FLA.
Weinert of Philadelphia
company Mrs. Ellen Reed died Tuesday afternoon -
The car was composed entirely of
at 3 o'clock at her home two
grapefruit from the PerryHowellgrove Schultz Building. Phone 406
miles south of Orlando. She is survived -
and contained three hundred
by her husband and by one
and twenty boxes. ,
daughter Mrs. J. T.
Alcock of De- All Work Neatly and Accurately Done rt
troit, Mich., who will arrive here tomorrow -
afternoon. The funeral will t
be held Friday from the home. Inter- Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
The delegates to the state
conven- ment will be in Greenwood, in charge
tion of the W. C. T. U. were given a
of Undertaker Hand.Irs.. Reed Dr. C. W. Fain
auto ride yesterday afternoon and :
moved here from Michigan four years
Winter Parv was included in the route ago. DENTIST

which the sight seeing party trav-

elled. Several dozen cars loaded with Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
RENT--Attractive business
delegates passed through the town See 11. R. s.pq
room. Berry, at the Ford WINTER PARK, FLA.
and visited Rollins College. Garage. ll-l1-tf ,. rRP++F'-1 -AItAA-.AA.A.-IRl 1.iAel ,1.. .: .,. ., ..
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WINTER PARK NOTES MIMIIieillll MimiMMMillllMMIHeilMIIIII > :-:::::! =-::! :-J.oM,. i-:::: :-:=::-::::I .-...: ->.... -... ...'f4 ',,.- = == ; == ;;;;;
The Misses Ava and Irma Taylor - -- -- -= "" 7. "<-l--
arrived yesterday afternoon from ,,. :._,sl5: :=== ,....! '.. ,k''IIk.,4. ,, .:' = = :=:15.... :=:::
AMC.M I i..a..X6Rt .....
.... YII1dV.t/rri09NRK wflNfW1Qiv
Lake City where they have been I Boys' Winter SuitsNOW jj WRtFf $ NY.iMlb'.IY.Ii tAYiWIA'ei/ ;
spending some time as the guests of )'ritbllist&b.tfurt! Ulan ,

their aunt.

Dr. C. I E. Knlow; left last night to ON DISPLAY

attend! the district convention! of the

Young 1' 'III('" Society of Christian $3.00 to $5.00 Fiveby

I l'mlen\or now In IIellllolb1 KlssimIttee. I'I' Fifty

1.'ul1l1lt of Winter lTt"ll t'Wl'IH' for Men 1\1111 i Hoys

W. J. Wml.MIli.t has 1 liwn sptl. Phoenix Hosiery Hart Schaffner & Marx

ouly l ill fur eMttl \\('('"* past| Hi I1.

I hoots, I Iha t O).tp 11114 linnets U Mill holdIng f
| ItU w\\n, The stylish suit for young men


I Holly Mentor> \\1401 "1411",1 l (u Wheelliifc' -
:. We-I Virginia, jtMeutay' -
/ on account
I is the swellest and in men's
newest note
of the serious illness of hu 11111-| THIS young
u-i ; by far the most popular of all suit designs.

from Clarence Chicago Wise where returned he has Tuesday been .IIIII.IIIII.I. .. I.I.- . .I..I.II-.IIIII.I. Pay about $25; you'll get the utmost satisfaction at

spending the summer months.M. that

Winter Park Auto Co. price.
P. Walcott and family have

rented the Powers cottage and will Many variations of this design; good values at 16.50 to $35Dicksonlves

occupy it this winter. - --

John Shank, who suffered from a BUICK and FORD CARS t

stroke of paralysis some weeks ago

is improving rapidly.

15. E. Edwards expects to leave today 1 Repairing, Painting and Auto

for a short business trip to' Co

points in Michigan.Mrs. SuppliesOPEN

E. F. Bellows spent several

hours in Orlando yesterday afternoon "Orla Orlando
: dots Favorite Shopping Place. Fla.
shopping. DAY AND NIGHT

W. M. Crossley and family have : .

moved to Orlando. 11111111 1111111111111111111 1111111111 III 11111 1III



I (@rhuwn Snriej Yesterday YESTERDAY afternoon at her homeon FavoriteTODAY'S U "Get It At Allen's" IIO

South DeLaney street, Mrs. Seth
Woodruff charmingly entertained witha PROGRAM:
Keystone. "Dirty Work in a Laun-
bridge There were seven tables -
party. "
SOCIETY CALENDAR TODAY'S W. C. T. U. PROGRAM dry. A Keystone comedy, in two l
I and the high score was made by parts, featuring Ford Sterling.
Thursday November 11. Thursday Morning, :Nov.: 11th. Mrs. DeWitt Miller, the prize being a Reliance. "The Lie." A drama.
Auto ride for W. C. T. U. visiting del- 8:00. Meeting of Executive Com- silver perfume bottle. Others to re- drama.Majestic. "The Artist's Wife." A I

es.Infofial. mittee. ceive prizes were Sirs. R. J. Dunn, a Four good reels of Mutual movies.
reception at the Rosalind 9:30. Devotional Service Mrs. M. silver smelling salts bottle, and Mrs. Don't fail to see Ford Sterling. I _
Club :Mrs. C. B. Robinson, hostess.
Friday November 12. D. Seaman, St. Petersburg. Howe a pretty silver bottle. Mrs. Five cents to all. I
Mrs. DeWitt Miller entertains Nullos Reading of the Minutes-Mrs. Ma Rand, of Zellwood, was an out of ?
Club. !bel Perkins-Dean, recording secretary. town guest. The house interior was FOR SALE-3 cows, one fresh, giving fl
Annual dance.Country Club opening, dinner 9:45. Educational Departments (10 prettily decorated in pink roses. An dairy 3 cows.gallons 10 per W.day Concord; nice avenue.familyor

+ 'minutes each-Mothers' MeetingsMrs. ice cream course was served. 11-11-3tc .
WEDDING OF INTEREST YESTERDAY I. E. Webster, Gainesville. Pre- Mrs. Woodruff is giving a series of

|I sentation of White Ribbon recruits. card parties, the first being Tuesday OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND: Or
In the presence of many friends and ]i I Sunday School Methods-Mrs. JohnP. evening. At that time the high score SURGEONDr. :: SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKS
relatives and under the most sacred i Coffin, Jacksonville. Temperance for the ladies was made by Mrs. Giles, I r for one of our bracelet watches, Lavallieres, rings or other arti-
and inspiring influences Miss Irene Instruction in the Public Schools- who received a unique Japanese Howell, osteopathic physicianand cles of jewelry. For the gift will express both generosity and good
box and that for the surgeon, announces that he has'A taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
Catherine Berke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Rast, Weirsdale. Anti- jewel men by
returned from Harvard University, I and with a strict regard for quality. We shall be happy to show
Mrs. William F. Berke, andIr.. Narcotics-Miss Emma Clore, Uma- Judge Warlow, who was given a Jap- where he took post graduate work in it to you.
Joseph Cestia Lawton, son of Mr. and tilla. Institutes-Mrs. G. II. North- anese holder for collar buttons. eye, ear nose and throat diseases.I!
Airs. J. B. Lawton, were united in rop, St. Cloud. + Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, lungs, and other viscera EN JEWELERS
kidneys & CO.
St. 10:45.:> State
marriage yesterday morning at song.
and ,
), electrotherapy and contagious b.AL
James Catholic church, the Rev. Iecitation-\Iiss Demoree, Coro- executive committee of the diseases. Office, Cheney building 1 1U'
Father M. Fox officiating. nado. Civic League held a very important opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- ___ .c
Miss Rita Lawton was maid of honor Educationg the Public ((10 minutes session! at the home of Mrs. A. L. phone: Office G17; residence 1018.

and Mr. Lawrence Lawton was each)-Purity in Art and LiteratureMrs. Forde president, yesterday morning.It .
best man. The bride was attended by E.: E.: Packham, Ocala. Medical : was voted to give $25 to the Federation t YOU ARE A HIT HANDY
her father. The wedding march was Temperance-Mrs.: Anna Whit- endowment fund; $:3: ror WITH A IJRUSH

played from Lohengrin by :Miss KoUrtu comb Riggin: Uradentown. Christian Christmas seals to be used for anti- SKATING RINK you can, for a xery small' cost, brighten
ranch.! During the nuptial Citizenship-Dr. :M. A. lionnell, I'alma I tul*>rculosU campaign, souls to If .. / 'A up your home, renovate old furniture -
sold the the Federation ] etc. Our paints, l'nnmclr
mass Mr. Drennen and :\Irll. AldndiivBang < : Sola. by league; and -
"To Thee We Give," and :Mrs. 11:::11): Bible Rcudiug-Mrs: : :Mary will lit) asked for the services. Reese sang Shubcrt'a "Ave :Maria." Harris ArmurIm'oll: Ga. home economics demonstrator for I use with full directions on c>oryran.
The servers in the chancel were John Thur..daftulluun, Nm. lllli. certain periods: during the season.Mrs. I \\'t. .supply p you with hru.slunit .
:S('IHMIL ( IIIU)\KiVS:: : :SESSION::;: : ,.
,- I. I Let (ill
: < us: wants in
: W. I II. O'N'cal was elected delegate iN. your
(Jumna and Walter Wcscott, Jr. :!::011" Prayer-:Mrs. I.ululcJOk: : ,
After the ceremony an elaborate Lccsburg. to the Ud'\II\1 meeting, along 1.'mU.HwI'EICOO: () ):\, :NOV. I2lh.SCHOOL : ail punt !lllic.Orlando, .

wedding breakfast was served by :Mr. Conference on I.. T. I.. :Methods! wth :Mrs. T. I'icton Warlow and :Mrs.: : ) GIRLS;( ::, :SIvAT.-N: : CTS. I f [[ ,
and :Mrs. J. II. Lawton at their homeon :Mrs. :May Wills Freeman, Starkv. E.: W. Da\i) A committee on conservation Paint & Wall Paper Ci
SCHOOL:; IMMS.:: 11'E10:: CIS.::
East: Robinson avenue. The guests 3:00. The Social ]Department ((10 was appointed, as follows: 205 S. Orange Avenue
included the relatives of the bride and minutes ('ach-F1o\\"er :\tission-\I: Mrs. W. R.: O'Neal, chairman, Mrs.G. COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261.
groom, the wedding party, and those C. II. Shaw, Kendrick. Red Letter II. Edwards, :Mrs. W. II. KoWt-
son, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., and :Mrs S. --
who participated in the service. Days-Miss: Lillian Johnson, l'ierson. ---- -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton have many 3:20. Conference on Prize Essay A. Johnson. FRIDAY NIGHT, .SPiii:: : ;)) RACES.

friends in Orlando who wish them a Work-Mrs. :Mamie Hast, Weirsdale. + GOOD; FAST RACES NOV. 12th.
long and happy married life. From 3:10. Twentieth Century PageantMrs. SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTAt
Orlando the bride and groom departed Irene G. Adams, Lake Helen. a meeting of the Suffrage CAREY HANDFUNERAL
for Sanford, accompanied by severalof Adjournment. League yesterday morning Mrs. Ensign i
their friends. After a trip on the Thursday Evening Nov. 11th. and Mrs. Switzer were appointedby ":UROI'E.ULOCli )PARTY ON
St. Johns river and a honeymoonspent 7:30. Organ voluntary. Mrs. Stanley, president, to serveon DIRECTORAND
at Jacksonville and other points Devotional Services-Rev. J. F. Mc- the Fair committee. The league SATURDAY NIGHT SOMETHING
they will return to Orlando to make Kinnon. will again maintain a booth at the NEW. DON'T :MISS IT. NOV. 12th. EMBALMERAll
their home. I Rollins College Girls' Glee Club- Subtropical Midwinter Fair in Feb-
+ I (1)) "Pilgrims of the Night" (West- ruary, where information will be dis- f
The marriage of Miss Willie Personto brooke); ((2)) "The West Wind and the pensed, etc. If the league is admit-
Mr. W. L. Tilden will take place May" (:MabelV.. Daniels); (3) "Songof ted to the State Federation of Wo- calls answered Promptly Dayor
November 30 at the home of Miss a Shepherd" (Fox). men's Clubs delegates will be sent to GRANDTODAY
Person: parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. 8:00.: Address-Mrs. Mary Harris the DeLand meeting. Night. Hand Block. |

Person" No invitations have been is- Armor, Macon, Georgia. +
sued as the ceremony will be wit- I Offering. The. Presbyterian choir will\ hold Orlando Florida.
nessed only by the members of the Solo-Mr. A P. Curry. the first rehearsal of the season at I I I
two families. Adjournment. the church on this evening at 7:30.: PHONE 639. RES1UENIEPHONE 457
All members of the choir and any
a who will help' in the work of the choir flEOHGE: KLEINE -

are requested to t be present.

I Ej + presents ... .... . . . ..... . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. .
Mrs. William Albright\ of Clarksburg !!-
DODGE BROTHERS W. Vn.. Is here for tile \\-Inlpt MUM, LMLIH t'AHTEUIn
and i Is!' making her home at Duke Intl.I .
Her stilt, Williattii\ H! nttpiiilitm the
,hm)Id* Military Nihodi' niVllte Jnt'k,1"h!, : I I'HANK A, CUlt'fIM WILLIAM U. O'NUAL


A "tin a* you pleases" party will !bathe : Nplftulitl, Dnimii) in nix I dirt
'llht' means) ef tMiteitftining t the: m.
HOIii1lhHt Club members thin ,after
"IT GOULON'TaDONE" noun, Mrs, (J, 11. HaMnsan: i i. chairman
of the hospitality comniiUea: ,
+ 5 renU 10 cents
Miss! Willie Person will \he the honor tA.r Ter ur.w.
guest at a party to be given Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs, C. H. Phone 5 for
Robinson, she and the Misses Robinson FISH AND OYSTERS Insurance Loans Real Estate
being hostesses.
+ Fresh Every Day Rentals

The annual election of officers of
-W He Did It II the Annie Coleman Chapter of the TilE WALDECKER FISH CO.
I I U. D. C. will take place today at the 206 Boone Street
,home of Mrs. S. G. Dolive. --- -- -----
I +
Rev. Mary Safford is at Winter INGLENOOK CAKE AND
Somebody said that it couldn't be done
Haven where she will lecture before CANDY PARLOR
But he with a chuckle replied:
the Equal Suffrage league of that
That "maybe it couldn't," but he would be one ESTABLISHED IMtMIMt'
city. Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
Who wouldn't say so till he'd tried. + etc.

Se he buckled right in, with a trace of a grin A missionary conference of the Orders taken for parties.
On his face. If he worried he
did it. Located in rear of Branch's Book
Episcopal church is being held at San-
He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldn't be done-and he did it. ford this week. Store, Arcade Entrance 111111 IIIIII 1111111111 'III 111111111 II II II

Somebody scoffed: "Oh, you'll never do that- Orlando Lodge No. 12 will meet tonight IIIIIIII..l. " . " .iMIIMMII .
At least no one ever has done it;" at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Officers
But he took off his coat and he took off his hat, and members are requested to be on -+ 41IILrr i 3a
And the first thing we knew he'd begun it, time. Twelve candidates are to be

With a lift of his chin and a bit of a grin, initiated. All visiting Rebekahs are :
Without any doubting or quiddit. itnited. Refreshments will be served s Pipes Pipes Pipes

He started to sing as he tackled the thing after the work.

That couldn't be done-and he did it. r
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" ll We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done _
There are thousands to prophesy failure; LOST-The young man who was seen best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

There are thousands to point out to you, one by one. to pick up diamond\ brooch at it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
The wait Orange City Junction Tuesday night
dangers that to assail you.
will return to this office and install it yourself. On Irrigation -
name measure so you can .
But just buckle in with a bit of a grin receive reward. 11-11-31:
Just take off your coat and go to it, work you can save money by having us

And start in to sing as: you tackle the thing FOR .\I.-: Steel grey mare mule. cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
That "cannot be done"-and you'll do it.It' 1<> hands high, heavy built, sound.
and gentle, 13: years old. G;l'O. Woraley. as you can install it yourself.We .
R. F. I D. No. 2, two miles northof
the old, old story-the "impossibilities" of yesterday Orlando on the Apopka road. will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

are realities today. The history of the automobile 11.11.3t- ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

M i but a repetition of "it couldn't be done, but they did it." FOR SALE-Rare opportunity; six may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

Even those in the motor car industry doubted that fruit room, chicken bungalow house lot barn l-2\20p; splendid, you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amercan" -

Dodge Brothers would be able to manufacture a car com- location; rent to apply on purchase noiseless
price, which is low in order to make Water Closet as it is the only
bining so many good features at such a moderate price-
sale. 504
Apply closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
but they did it! 11-11-6t-

for five years.

I W.V1 PHILLIPS & SONS be Annie The held Coleman regular Thursday Chapter monthly afternoon U.meeting D. C.at will of 3 F. Joseph Raehn Co.lam .

o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. G.
Dolive. There is a great deal of business -
to be attended to, the most important
f being the election of officers. THE PIPE MAN I

MMIIIIMIIIItM All be members present. are urgently requestedto 11-10-21 MIMIIIIIIII . . . . . . . . . . . . .It... . . . . . . . . . . . .1.1.1..11H


LETTER FROM NEW YORK swamp about them; you could almost I would head the commercial world
smell the musk of the big scaly crea- there one day. B. T. Kuhl does not II FORAGE GROCERY CO.

$100 Saved Is $100 Editor Sentinel:-When the proper tures as you heard him tell of his look ten years older than he did when
time comes, the history of Orange hunts for the 'gators in Lake Apopka -I he kept a little candy shop near the A visit to our sore will make you a
Made county should be written for the bene- and down the Kissimmee river. railroad a generation ago. Sam Rob-
fit of posterity. Orange is likely to Some day I shall try to repeat some inson's fiery red beard has faded, but regular customer.
become one of the most important and of his yarns in his own dialect, and his eye and his intellect are as quickas
wealthy centers in the state, and thenan they will be worth hearing. It will when, thirty-five years ago, he surveyed Hams, Hams, per Ib. . . . 19c Western Pork Loins, per lb..23c

account of its beginnings will be: be enough, for this time, to tell how f my father's homestead. My i Sliced: Breakfast Bacon in boxes .32c Spare Ribs and Pigtails, per Ib 17c

$$1200 SAVED[ interesting to everybody.It Jimmie hated pianos, and music in father, who had a keen sense of humor i I Boiled Ham, per Ib . . . . . 35c Minced Hams, per lb. . . ,.V. .20c
to know that and a knack of telling stories,
is interesting now general.A was never tired of telling how Sam, I Florida Hound Steak, per lb..15c: : Frankforts, per Ib " ." . . . 17c
Orlando was named by Judge J. G. family who owed Jimmie a big
Speer of Oakland. Judge Speer was meat bill (Jimmie rah a meat shop carrying the chain through the palmetto i Fla. Sirloin and Porter House, 2 Smoked Bacon, per Ib. . . . . ISc

perhaps the most eminent and gifted and a boarding house, and kept the and wire grass, kept calling: I lbs for. ."., . . " ., . .. . .3c: Codfish in Bricks: 2 for . . . 2oc:

of all the pioneers of Orange county. I accounts very accurately in his head) "Follow me, Perkins; follow me!" un- Fla. Pork, per Ib. . . . . . 15c Salt Mackerel, 3 for "" . . .23c:
He repeatedly represented us in the and pleaded hard times as a reason til he suddenly disappeared from Western Pork Steak, per lb..25c I Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen33c
sizoi legislature, and was a level-headed, for not settling with him; but he was sight in a gopher hole at his feet; Best Creamery Butter, per Ib . .33c
MADE[ honest man; better congressional tim- not slow to perceive that the times and my father quietly refused to follow -
$ than sent to Washington in too hard for them afforda him down there. Mr. Robinson
ber we were not to --- ---_ ___ u_ __ ___
those days. Firm as a live-oak in his piano, which he daughter of the brought with him and his kindred
convictions, true to his principles as house "yoogle-yoogled" on, as he from Battle Creek. Michigan, many The Eola
steel, believing in his God and in his termed it; a word which, it must be valuable qualities, and he, with Mah- Packing Company
$1200TO fellow man-that was Judge Speer. admitted, was not suggestive of sweet Ion Gore, of Sioux City, Iowa, must ORLANDO FLORIDA.
He founded Oakland and christened sounds. always be remembered as having con-
Orlando, and they both will be his "Dem dere t'ings is de invention of tributed even more than their shareto SpecialtiesCustom
BUILD A HOME Whit monuments as the years roll by. I de devil; dem dere Gdurned per- the upbuilding of Orlando and
remember how he used to conduct the nanners I mean. You don't read noth- South Florida. May they long live Packers Modern Equipment
little Sunday school at Oakland, in a in' in de Bible about dem t'ings." to enjoy the fruits of their successful : Shippers and BuyersGrowers' Cash f.o.b. Selling
$1200TO loud, clear voice nitoning the dear old It was mildly suggested to Uncle work. I Agents Personal Attention
hymns: "Sweet Hour of Prayer" "0, Jimmie that the Bible was also silent Then there were Mr. N. E. Ives. :
:Mr. L. J. the Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
Pollins sweet singer
and "We're Home with the and tobacco
Going to
nul'N AUTO WITH Happy Day regard pipe for
Joseph L. Guernsey! :Mayor Sperry, harvesting and packing their crops.
Tomorrow. Ah. that "tomorrow"has of which he was so fond."I .
Fruit Packed
and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
Cassius A. Iloone, J. O. Fries, and a
long since come for him, and for ain't talkin bout pipes and to-
$1200TO many who sat and sung together in backer!" was his quick reply. "I'm a- whole string of others who grew upwith PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave and A. C. L. Tracks
those dear days when friend!, and tulkin' 'bout dem dere G- durned Orlando and are still growing -- \V. U. IWLE. Mur.I J. S. PAnEI! t Mgr. C. A. COCIIKAN,
heaven and God, all seemed nearer pernanners and 1 wish dey was all at I hope hea\en\vnrd; still pro! perou!. Packing house FIJfl'man.Patronage .
LAY ASIIIK: Fort "TUB ItAIXYDAY" and the l than they now are; when there was de liottom of --, and dem pernanneryooglers -
not 90' much ,wealth mid many had to on top of '('IIt. 1 wish dey'd In favor of right living and of living Respectfully Solicited
wink hard but when the blood was Plop dere yooulin' and pay dal beef In the right 1llIrl'h1nnd) ,,! Theri1me I
fresh in the veins and the dew of bill dey owed me no long it lot of others Hint nritet,, lint feel
youth was on the heart. I have heard Jlmmle's fat'ol lie daughter 1111,111If'1) slighted, ) bernu they nip not meiitlniicd -
In this, Kfeiil t'lty, some of the ;!rand.est. )* iilid he\ did lint t't'-e, In cut ruw In these e|>lniln( | nf (tlip living
The following letter was tpt'plYPlll11 musk. ever (tlttyed) heard the flip lien, Denied) tl the dinner tulle nil nf whom I lure nod eslwtn, niidiiinoiitf AtVIHUNt: IW.\I..11: .

It. Curl Hahn from At MirtyHii lturkelewt I holes' uf the ulJ masters lehdeleil, uti one Jay( he ,'IIIIIPI1II18 eyes UiiliUyi tie wlioin t dojip miiiip' day inmakp + 1.1\1111.1'1'A
the htHJpslIt! HIM ltll III (he UnllPK "df, If In shut "not (the wut1.1 fluid n spirit| my winter timiiPilllitwllttf U'WMUIIIII'I'I'UJ I
I UK, New Jt't"p the (pity nf New Yin In wdeip, my IIWH vision fthil, 1 blew mlly i |inelte III ale' Hl'lf nul'. 'more I tll" fllrlitlii I III!,,\! M IHilHILAHV
nun I Iq. "tllltittIlItUWI, but iiutlilntf Mini. iiipililfllimn, \ over (tI he, (net thlMi, "".., nf HIP, poet, WP tttfttin l,..lnilil! I hilt I
'ptr|. Hrtih)I J 1918() 'IPIHAlkHlilp lllrtllil.l( IIIHyiiF rtllil (Fill 1'ltIIl'tU'I'1t.MMJN' ( : ( h WOIIKMAN'M COMi'HNDAlloN:
drive fiMIII my inimi nail' liPrtit' (ho toil, WM my |1'1'11|( "oheM, fuller III.
II, Carl Dunn mercury uf (IIt, simple. wing "f faithHint ttfuuiul pvcrywliun ", hp Inset In, with p..tHtp man of old, !Major(( Maik' "I| lh.
in tiud that went her the, "holed her man who eouM, '" not Kppp' Mill, H+mt
trust MJI, "nIhUlitt pappyi J I yea, papjiyjI I II I I
OrIlHlllt, t'it.$ faraway HnUy$ in I the littlechurch I ", cracking good stories are toM of him
toddy-allynack nm) his doings And. sayings, Then
Pear Friend Panm = = at Upland in the early eight! !
ties Many pioneers of Orange county otftm dat meat-dere a-eatm' it t.<4f- there were Dig Tom and Little Tom I Georgia Casualty Company
A few week more will find me in were religious, and! I was pleased daciously up!I" he suddenly broke in, shine Who can ever forget them'
aid "QrJany" the finest town on earth. to see some of their descendants, on a addressing his wife. Let us now and then recall the old
I have several friends who expect to visit down there last winter, not It is impossible to represent him in days, 'before the twilight and the dark CEO A. IIUTCIIINSON. General Agent
of oblivion settles all. In
ashamed to kneel at family worship, print at his best; imagine only that upon us
coma to Orlando this winter, the busy days around and ahead of Orlando, Florida
although personally I am not very re his homely words were delivered witha
I have mentioned several times to let not forget those of
us our
ligious.. The sweet old custom of family sort of a growl in his throat, and Room and 6 Watkins Block
and friends who Phone 700
them purchase at Colonial Hills neighbors are no
my prayers is almost dying out in with a staccato movement on the pro-
always explaining that I saved $1200.Of many places, and is practically unknown fanity, which was never very serious more. ,
course they always asked how I in this bustling, commerce- with him. lie hated railroads aboutas SIGMA.
New York Nov. 6.
saved that amount and I simply tell hardened state, but it holds the family badly as pianos and sighed for the
together as nothing else will, and times when he started out in his ox
them the truth. helps lighten the heart in its journey "k'yart" and put in a whole day go- Subscribe for the morning Sentinel, Try A Sentinel "Want Ad"r
lOc. a week delivered.
Expect me soon.Sincerely down toward "the universal valley." ing from Orlando to Kissimmee. Who

yours, Another old pioneer who was not knows but that some of us. when we ----------------- ..
very pious was Jimmie Yates, a gen- reach his age, in the seventies, will 11111111111111111111111111 11111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .
A. M. BUCKELEW uine Cracker, who disdained any sort I sigh also for the good old days when .
of education except that which nature the auto was good enough for us; and
gave him, and whose language was possibly our talk will sound queer to I
often more interesting than elegant. the younger generation of that time. "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree |
When he settled down on the porchof One interesting thing about the
How Mr. Buckelew his little cabin (which stood where pioneers of Orlando is that so many
some of the merchant princes of Or- of them are still living. The roll is
Saved $1200 lando now have their big stores), too long to call here. Only a few can Unless Budded
leaned back in his chair against the be mentioned. Mr. Siemens was keep-

Tilt: FIRST REAL ESTATE wall shut his eyes right tightly under ing a store in Orlando when I was a ,:,, ,. .f aa' from
and I declare : ". ; Bearing
!MAN SHOWED HIM: A I1UILD- his shaggy brows and gripped the boy, thirty years ago
stem of his pipe with his teeth Jimmi that he hardly looks any older now .
ING LOT SIX IJLOCKS FROM: was in shape to tell you some of the than he did then. Newton Yow 1I

THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR best alligator stories you ever heard. was n great Y. M. C. A. any in those trees of a known
They had the very breath of the old day, and nobody thought heVSljnr

F Quantity and
HAME SIZE: LOT, THKIIE; homo atmosphere xQulllte1Lstlns: fragrance

$100. HE FIGURED HE: Quality of Pro-
Tho great French perfume, winner of highest international .a ,
SAVED! $1200 AS liE FULLY awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac

INTENDED TO BUY TilE blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how Y
you can tell! Such: a remarkable perfume for 75 cent a bottle"-an.l Ia duction.--O.W.
OTHER LOT NEXT UA Y. remember each: bottle contain 6 or.-it is wonderful value. Try it,
Ask your dealer: today for ED. 1'INAUD'S LILAC for 10 cent
our American office will Send you a testing bottle Write tod,iyPARFUMERffi ,

ED. PLNAID, Dcpt M ED. PKAID Bldg., New York Conner.

I It Trees like these will work for you while you eleep. They can't be
You can save grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

$1200 also if "II"tlttllll' _
. Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
ore pnmitil If you will\ near II citntiflcmllr constructed Two in their and actual
years ago advertising by demonstration
you buy at 1 nice J"H. llrawirr : THE OCKLAWAHA
p The d'IIwwlntr wright t>f.n unl'nnlnl'dt lit> stretchee the NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real first-class
'up|III.rla/l/t mu.clr. .that the contour of the Cure I h IIpnlletL1rn'M
put the hnftt heck where It bv- nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished

1 ,. 111! liTin l""*m" pre elttntnele.rnt the full.. hunt of from fliihItnetw. 11 by planting trees as they arc grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE.1IANn -
t rf nRASSh.IuS'11.4. J.1U mueieeend the ronfln ilnnvrr* the nfilriircinf trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence

ColonialHILLS ... 4\ ar'.I.rullln. In:the entire; sc.h UI'I"-rl"f,...lr.the .huuider rl'lna a l five years, are clamoring "PKDIGHKKD"; for their strong suit in nursery production. s

I '-I, It,, The"t>li>Nretied.iidle.tend-rv"ne lit ill! ttmlrrliil, \mix a/lllItrl"'l! M>ttlr$ .iilit..lie...(iiMni. list nt.k.,ImmUtt 'ljI -..|k What would! YOU do in their .place, Mr, Planter? Why of course you would nell your

f-t t,' I ruMlrot tMdPutetlre"'Uiliinit,-'llxiiilrail|Iwtnltllnawe.dnawllloutlewuv.t.,rlc, ttnnnl _lilt "wNbJmU'sr trot 1111II'llolt' the !Purest, method, Hut you rite n HUYDU: not n .SKM( ( KIt, and YOU ARE

Jt; /!" Ilenepuns, ilwili-f' ulirtW|rni|Itlrn JiIU HrnMrmi| Is.C"w tnrkml < hlh'rt'"h'lllIl the very bent' result, you can get, (runt your grove! when! you have. agent your
ul l liiiii, prelehl.emele.
.1,1 we "I.htlI. *i (HIM
r.'JI <, 1ldUIiN h Jtlll'lit$, al I Wnm ftrr\( N>*mli, N, J. time aril money\ to bring It ittto bearing) ,
tL4llhh" ::' "I, "" :r.1m1'11 rJ..u'Ir'l"lll"! '''. ::!1Ul! Thru do not la' mUlcad by claim: Intended for Hint purpose' alow, but buy your treed, wheru

you nrtt nlmolutdy wife. Jet! them from the OCJ\JA\'..\NUHSICUJKS{ : thu orMmttor*

of proper practice In propagation for the expre, ; purjw' )*f of producing, the one( thing '
Florida need in the market flr t'Class fruit and plenty of It.

TelephoneNo I Our tree will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cent more, but Professor Shamel'H

High, Dry, All CityImprovements Get It, work in California has demonstrated that an Increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

I *ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then Is the fifteen to thirty cents In
Quick 28 comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

for I
Just call when you need any
SEE I thing for the office from "pins to Ocklawaha Nurseries
printing;" and we'll haveitthere RUSHOrders
11n a jilty. We are featuring

II Esj-Pasn Forms and Binder O. \\'. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
Earl Dann D
time-saving tricks for every business !-

office G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida


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/ We Are ,J'n s, wn.Sos (HnT s t'nOfmlU. I'' OT S fROf W'SP' fUI REWindermere wn. Lor- ; no.\n rnou T-UIf'\ ..
4+" "
1'01.1rem" IS SU..onT..\.TWS.I.1H'n 01". Fla., Nov 9, A Chris TnlSESlI.I.E. " " " " " " " " " ,

, Pleased : ; SEWashln Itan Endeavor :)()('.ct) haLeen orJallized

and meets at the .;chool how-, I'ampa. I'Ia.fhe ,
rOil.- "OJ h."

"'hen people say to us'e: to'i. It C.-President Wilson I; every Mr, Sunday and lr5 at, 7 Clarence p. m. Brig-hanl ,;'orrectty" loHlneS\'JlIt.log ed alll1 for retlull th ,11 to I", PANCAKES FOR BREAKFAST
finds support in thE' "' the
come here l 'cause we ahmys get ('riptures for and !rs, Scott
spent Tuesday in Kissimmce hundreds (
o tourists
his policy ( who will \'isit the
our mone"s worth," This is o national defense. and in'a shopping.I ,
said to letter to St'th Low, who wrote the University Cit) nE'cE'mber !) to attend
us frequently : I Miss
Eunice Pa of
e Orlando, was the third
meeting of the
It has president commending his :\Ianhattanduh Central Florida -
een the policy of the I a g-uest of her brother, )Ir. and llrs.lJelarmy Highway Association, Jlecker' Creum nUl'kwhe lt, Old
:\\odel[ in the past to tr)' and deer'e pt'C'h, quotes "erst's from the II\me tcad Flap.
Page, last '.
:- such praise this. It will thirty-third chapter of Ezekiel. In Sunda) E. P. Green, of Dradentowll, left jack. U"n"rd'" l'an as While
l\lrs, f ItO"O
I John )Iiller, o( Lonl: Lake, has this city -esterda l'ure )IaploS'ml'
lettt'r ) his '
made on
be its polic)' in the future. It ha-:; puLlic today at the White been ,'ailed to ) Wa) to
Cleveland b
the death Gainesville -
) '-ia Log C..uiu 8 -
been successful.re House the president said: Tarpon 8prin s and 'rUIJ. Scudder's Syrup,
( her .
I o father.llr
I Ior I "I am partit"ularly Hrook\'ilIe nnd will return to thi '
\ know whpn WP I"h'p !1 .,h. ratifil'd that f
cm ng 1 fo2centhat )'ou should full)' t"oncur in the ition and l\lrs. D, S. Williams. of cit) nnd Bradelltown'0 "-,:_> .hl".ln-,.......... n.''';R-
ei po l\lorend, lich. ha\'e
arrin d for the I Eimmee and Llkeland. Pickles
I took in lie
will In
the arc ettin their my Fpeech to the :\Ianhattanclull lo//: ; Bulk
) winter and .
ure the
Occup'ing cot.tage road llQth .
fun \"nlue for their '. There Is n quotntion from Eze. wars and will he nl.I,
IC ) kiel ,,'hich I hl\'c had on Hutler a\'enue. to tcl1 JUl't' where nil the had "I'otlure f
thechoo'e much
une of our 1:; 'cry inm Mrs, W. l\lnrh has .
purchnpe,1 und
: "hnl Jusl ..
mind t\'ccntl nn repalr oUJ.ht to bemlJe. ..ceiwd. n J"rrcl or Swe
) in
cent conncction l )
!tlw ial14 it 1:4 the snme. ) withtlttt 1 root launch. whid. has I'l''n I.I.Jupon I U.I, nls 1Ii11

IC We er\'e them somethins Importunmuttcr". It. I, th.,! I Pjddt. ='cw .
: l.uJ..e Butlcr Crill)
o'ld j" 'jU tc nil r.I With this "'flrJwll'll .
I't""I\I, thirll e 111 hun.1
from firth nnd 'm'm.l.cr
ollr ) order Iit!'! "nclrJmrJl' tJitinll
thrm n l'l'l\otmlllo lriceor ','r""" or chul.h.r :JJ: : to till' Ill'ulrl'II.I)' tll're.I of the "i hwu)' 1I11I1Idati"" ,'u,, i COlIt !4h ill I'OUfhl Jr\kn(: l':(.
) I r. 11I111 I r". II. T. JIr'hl1ulI ". ,'l I'IIJI \\lth .
It .11'nrth' ) th'ir ,
( it tl1(. 2. .n "t hllln. "I''uk to tilt' "hil.In' . 'oUllt) '''11I11''''
) "1'0 snti1'lfil'II' mill ,,
som'll ) trl'lI
. ) \\'II\I l.'n, Ohlt.. rur th.hltl'r fllonl'r" un,1 that .
( th"
fir ,. 0 1.hJ "t.
Wl'. thy ,,1 '. 111111 NI)' unt" tlWtn, "" III'" = -
,,11" I \\ 1111,1 lilt' 1Il'nqlllUy 1K'Mt\\J ill f'I'"I rt..l. It. will I.u wort h I'UlhiI.ubi" .',, -- -----
I.rllll th" ,
Our O.h'ronrl'!'! : frt' h'cr : IIwo,1 UI"'" n 111,1. tb'ir ruUn W.: (a\"l S.'I (;S n"CI\s"':
) 1..nJ..u
!:" tin Uutlt'rIr: to '
< lut ,.,' "unllh! ,,".1 It.t hi"", rur tll'lr Jlrlhnm! hna cntlrl'l)' r't'Ov r"J tromtilt' hn\j till.l'Ullt"h or ron.) It"ol'iter' >i with. : -
iIIn,_.. from \\hkh he autfer",1 In th
OPI': JANI) wlltt"hmnn: milt <'ir limit. an'" ,,:ry tnwn 111101 '
NIGH'I'I I I ..' winter.Ir ('ount)' "ill wiah to tilt- : Our
3. It. when he lIt'eth the put out I.\t
IIworJ I1nll lrlJ. Grocery Company
I ITheModel ,'"me upon the Ind he blow the trum. : Joser.h Uumh)'. .t I 'iew 1,0IIsibIe. :
'ntertained II house part .
Ilt't nd WArn the I )
.. "co"lei over the \H'\'k-'nd ut their 'I Two Phones
Cafe'' new cottage : 3 and 200
04. 'l1wn who"oe\'er heareth tho Lake mm I.\ S IIIJ) HEIII U J'SSI.\X :
on Hutler.
sound o( the trum.et.. anti. tnh.th. .. .n..t. , I I I'IU-: EJSI 6 and B E.
-- - )1 rs I:, J Kline went to Kissimmee Pine Orlando
wlI"lIing- the 5word Fla.
come, and tnke ,
him awa)', his Llood shall last }'rida)' to me"t her mother, I rdro rad.-What . . . . . . .
Le .
his .
upon )Irs. :\1 a r)' Se'dner, orVauseon.. purports to Le . . . . . . . .
Dressmaking Parlor, own head. extracts from two letters found
.. who has come own to slend on
05, lIe heard the sound o( the the winter \Vindermere.. the Lodies of German soldiers on the -

trumpet, and took not warning, his i i field o( buttle ha-e Leen puL1ishedY!

Llood shall l>e upon him; but he that Guests ''the imperial commission of inquir'into )" r -
registered at the Empire '
)JissIargaret: n. Hamilton taketh warnin shaU d'Ii\'er his soul.i hotel )Ionda the conduct o( the war. The :
i ..' ), Xovember 8, 1915: II.I. .
6. But i( the first reads
watchman the :
lor present located at .107 S. Orange see .. Bethel, Tallahassee; P. W.nder- I
sword come, and Llow not the trum. I "In this ("a e. when the at\'ance! be- ORLAND
son, Orlandoi F. I.. Corwin, Ja'k on'ille I :) ROOFING
..A'e.. pet and the people be not warned; ifI \ ; I II. Purdon, Ocalai I.. P. Hazeltine. ("omes too hard, we take Iussian pri- II
I the sword come and take an)' person oners and drive them before us. AN[
Toledo; :\Iartin Camp, Chatt
'from amon them, he ; a ainst their
is fellow
taken ; ('ountr-men.
away S. G. I.uppman, Xew York I
II. C. Uus-
in his iniquity; hut his blood wil1 ; the)' at least in SHEET METAL
rt- Ii some measure diminish
The public and all former ell, Xew Orleans; R. 'V. 'Vood, St.Augustinei CO
I quire at the watchman's hand.' '' our losses.
I J. n. Coleman, Tampa
patrons im'ited to call.An ; f The second aUeged
R. n. quotation fol.
I.UIEIUCAX Slappey, E W. Willinms, X,
UYI>lWI'I.\XE SlC-; Smith, F. I.. Andress, J. A. Imer, i Jows: Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
CESS IXST ISIH.I'aris.A .\ Jacksonville I "'e don't know what to do with ,
; lIarry Brackett, Xew
Announcement militar)' h'dro-aeroplanE', York; I.. E. Bliss, Ch.1S. KIunson: 'prisoners. Henceforth we shall drive and Rubber Roofings

)Irs. S. IIflt'n GrnfS "i"ht'j to an.nount"t' manufactured in the United States Xew York; W. A.lc.Cree: Tampa ever)' flussian who surrenders before
that sht' has opt'mod parlor!! in for the Netherlands East India E. ; .: the line of our fortifications to Le.hot. Cornices, Skylighls.
l\1. Do'le
tht' YO\\t'Il-Hud..worth huildin Joom !was tried out \vith arm) Lakeland' ; O. A. Tall)'" :-. ." .Healing, \rrnlilaling, )fplal Ceilings
Xo. I. Jlairdrt'"in shampooin complete success.18a'S Tampai 1:. W. 1\lerrick, Tampa. ---- ---
a Havas dispatch from The lettt'rs will be photo
fadal atavia, t3pheJlnd
massaJ"t': and st"all) trt'at ment, --- Works
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is solidh-d. t'I'I', 10 cents n week delivered. I _

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THE unusual interest and inquiry manifested in the Instantaneous Auto-

Method of heating ,vater has prompted us to set aside tl1ls

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

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

'\\\ ".. :;_ "tum-the-faucet" ht water-wat; it me n the broad, practical every-

\ day household routine-how It Increases Intimate personal comfort and
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\ \;) \, . makes for general all-around domestic efficiency. To give you a comv" -

; :" prehensive idea of the highest development of this art, a complete line of

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

every purse-for every purpose-and whether you live in an humble

cottage or a large palatial residence
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WOODS VISITS ORLANDOMr. PINE CASTLE NOTES I morning and evening in Union Chapel I Apopka on this date. I I MAY WINTER AT MANATEERev. ,

Sunday. The biblical history he is so Mr. F. ,y. Anderson i.!';contemplating CLINT BASSPHONE

Pine Castle, Fla.. Nov. .-Mrs. J. capable of giving us is very interest- an auction sale of lots of his nine Walt Holcomb writes that he

Clarence Woods, the brilliant F. Harris is at home after a few days ing and instructive to all students of acres on the peninsula some time dur is considering the matter of spendingthe 375 '

editor of one of Florida's brightest spent with her daughter Mrs. Walter God's Word. We hope every one will ing the winter months. This probablywill Ever West Jefferson Street
winter in Manatee. since
the Eustis Lake Region, was Tanner, of Kissimmee, being called avail themselves of the opportunityof introduce the peninsula, with its
papers I ''' he has felt keen Successor to
beauties and desirabilities, to''his first visit here a
Rev. Cameron.
among the welcome visitors to Orlando there by the illness of her little hearing many
honoredthe Monnette Tan- Frank attended, a great number of people who have [interest in Manatee. lie is a son-in-
yesterday, and while here granddaughter, Ruth Mrs. S. Phillips Hand Wood CompanyWood
Sentinel with his genial presence. ner, who is now improving.Miss Saturday afternoon, the meeting of never been in this locality. i!law of the late Sam P. Jones, and Mrs.

Editor Woods was not here on a Alma Manns, of Cincinnati, Orlando Chapter D. A. R.. which organization 1 Pne Crest hotel, which is now opento I Jones will accompany Mr. lIolcombI of All Kinds

good roads mission, but the conversa- Ohio arrived Wednesday for a visit she is serving as secretary toursts, has a splendid location, on 'I and his family if they should decide .
direction, F. W. Anderson, The main of discussion :the main street of Pine Castle and PROMPT SERMCEREASONABLE
tion soon drifted in that wth her sister, Mrs. I this year. topic ito come. lIe has recently been con-
and we are frank to confess that we on Lake Conway. It is Miss Mann's and interest of Saturday's meet- near Lake Conway where there is i at Orlando. PRICE*
'I ducting a revival meeting
inter- Southland. I' United States of Amer- good boating and fishing. The aim ,
soon found ourselves becoming first trip to the magic ing was Manatee item, Tampa Tribune.
ested in his muchly-discussed sand- I Mrs. Chas. Livengood, of Charleston ica's "Preparedness," and this body of of the proprietors is to make all tour- I

asphalt roads that are now being con- W. Va., arrived Friday and has patriotic women passed resolutions, ists stopping with them to feel at I -

structed in Lake county. opened her winter residence and is I very grave in text. after the realiza- home. Many inquiries from tourists

Mr. Woods had the misfortune to now at home for the winter in Pine tion of the accessibility of the state of have already been received.Mr. ---A-A'l I
E.V.. Hansel's extensive improvements I IZEiI
break his arm while playing baseball Castle. I Florida to sea and air craft of possi- II
for Sheldon her daughter, of his property on Main
some days ago, and he was here : Mrs. Homer :ble foreign foes.
the purpose of having Dr. W. C. Per- Mrs. A. Mack, and her granddaughter | In the serious present, of "war and street certainly are a great additionto

son treat it. lie was accompanied by Miss Agnes Mack, all of North Kings-I rumors of war," each day finds manypeople the appearance of that portion of ,'

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Larake and their vine Ohio, reached here Saturday and I I in a mad pursuit of the bodily Pne Castle.
Mr. J. L. Sunday's new bungalow is
daughter, Mrs. Walling. : will occupy Mrs. Sheldon's cottage for pleasures and sensations of mortal
i fast nearing completion. Pine Castle '
winter. j jI Ii
the mind. "Where shall we spend Eternity -
Sentir Want Ads PaR. Miss Sallie Thompson, of Orlando, i ?" a question so often brought is building up and new people are
i I the home of coming in from time to time. We
visitor at II I
was a recent I!before us, now since the president's'i
-- her uncle Mr. C. J. Sweet. i iIr. i great address, may assume the form may make a town yet. I

:\ and Mrs. J. C. Fu:ford, accom- !!"Preparedness?" Its many phases: ,
ORLANDO CONCRETE panied by Messrs. A. Fulford. Cle\e ,::Where do we spend our Sabbath? SJIORTAGE! OF SHIPS TIES
Crews and John Coleman. motored ;I How do we spend each day? Are we I

over from Lockhart Sunday stoppingat prepared for anything that may come
WORKS the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. : into our individual lives? Are we New York.-Shipping men are I
concerned the shortage )
greatly over 1916
Hansel. prepared for anything that may come i REO
407 LONG STREET :, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sunday, Mr. and ,to our country? In Dr. Poulson'stext of ships and the increase of war orI I
ders. Tied at Erie Basin are 500 I
Miss Bessie Lawson up
Mrs. C. J. Sweet of last Sabbath. "If I be lifted
; trucks that have been | $930.00; F. O. B. Orlando
I'hone195 Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hoffner and family :',up from the earth. I will draw- all big motor ,

; Miss Alma Miner, and others from ,men unto me," is Christ's own state- awaiting shipment for several weeks. j,
i here went up in their cars and enjoyed ;ment. Christ was lifted from the The persons concerned in the deal show
All classes of Concrete work done. the band concert in Orlando I earth on the cross of Calvary, and he have been unable to secure a ship in I Are Here. Let us you

Walks, Steps Bridges, Fountains, afternoon. which they could be delivered.
: Sunday wll draw all men unto hmi-either we
Fences, Fence and Hitching Posts, Ar- I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins and I 1 I will follow him in loving, willing, The Russian-American liner Dwinsk This Wonderful Car
bor Posts'hite Way Electric of lion. and Mrs. sailed yesterday with 11,000 Winchester -
family were guests humble, happy obedience or we will
Vine and Rose Trellices, friends in I rifles, 200 machine guns, four
Light Posts, I; A. B. Newton and other 'turn to him in dire affliction.
Lawn Benches, Vases of any size or ; Winter Garden and Ocoee Sunday. aeroplanes and two submarine chas-
Model, Chimneys with Fancy Tops, i i i Mrs. Mary: C. Turney took a trip to Messrs. J. B. Smith and J. T. Cup- ers. This cargo will be delivered to PALMS AUTO CO.

Gate Posts of any design, Building Maitland Saturday on a business mis- I pett, formerly associated in the real the allies at a port that has not been I

Blocks, Common and Ornamental I estate business. here, have dissolvedpartnership. made public. The shipment- of war
Building Blocks, faced with Granite; sion.Miss Hazel Bennett left Mondayfor I .lr.- Smith nas moved ,munitions is the largest recorded in N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

Coquinna any other natural Rocks. Winter Garden to vsit,her friend his office to his residence, while Mr. Brooklyn. I

Plans and estimates made for Bunga- Miss Bertha Getch. Cuppett remains doing business at the
All work old stand. Mr.V.. J. Slough has ENVOYS ARRIVE FOR CORONATION -
lows or other buildings. Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Stebbins and -- -- --- ----
guaranteed first-class. Building Piers son, Walter Stebbins of Lake Holden. joined interests with Mr. Cuppett. OF JAP EMPEROR: --

were guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. This new firm will be Mr. J. T. Cup-

25c.LINDSAY BROTHERS Props.S. and Mrs. F. W. Anderson. I pett and Mr. W. J. Slough, conducting Kioto, Japan.Most of the diplo-

1) Lindsay Manager. Rev. E. T. Poulson. of Orlando, a real estate and exchange busi- matic and special envoys who have Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

I preached Sunday afternoon in the ness, office corner of Main and Di- arrived here to attend the coronation
vision streets Pine Castle. They ceremonies quartered at the Kioto
- I I Baptist church. A large congregation are DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
I listened to the deep, splendid sermon have prospects of numerous exchanges hotel, which has been refurnishedfrom
Best and Promptest of Dr. Poulson from the text i with Northerners seeking I II cellar to roof. Every article

II I John, 12:32. "And I, if I be lfted up homes in the South. Both gentlemenare used was manufactured under the di- Real Values Low Prices
Auto Livery from the earth will draw all men I I from the North and are residentsand rection of the imperial household, con-
property owners of Pine Castle. stituting one of the items in the COMPARE
Service unto me. I
I Dr. Poulson was accompanied by Their business interests and activitieswill $3,000,000: budget provided to pay the
of Or- I be in and for Pine Castle. expenses of the coronation.
I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phillips, OUR FURNITUREWe
5-PASSENGER lando. Mr. Phillips, a deacon of the The Christian Workers of Union
Orlando Baptist church delivered avery Chapel held their "sock social" Friday SPEED RACES AT MIAMI: TO OCCUR -
during the ser- evening. A very large crowd enjoyedthe DUlU'EBlW.U: \' provide the quality of furniture that has long beE "" accepted -
eloquent prayer
I vice, while Mrs. Phillips at Pastor I evening and the affair was a suc- by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

IUIG&B C CARWe Poulson's request told us in very cess financially.The Miami, Fla.-Miami regatta, February an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
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beautiful words of the little country young people of the cast, "Alla
official selectedby of this business and that means much to any buyer.
I' church in Iowa which was the themeof :Mistake," will present their playletin Those are the days stones
call anywhere at any time Carl Fisher and the other promoters -
the song "The Little Brown Apopka, Friday evenng, November
Church in the Wildwood one of the 19, instead of Friday evening of this of the big speedboat races on the

Cord n's' Transfer Co selections in the song service Sunday week as was announced. The postponement Alton Beach course for the 1916 regatta McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

afternoon.Rev. was made on account of the and the big advertising guns

201 S. Orange t vet Phone 487 i W. A. Cameron, of Largo, will W. C. T. U. convention in Orlando have already been turned loose in the I Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
hold a series of services this week in this week. Quite a little motor caval- North to give wide publicity to the

HAiaittG OF ALL KINDS Union Chapel. Mr. Cameron spoke cade will proceed out of Pine CastleIto I races. I -. _. b< -

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!: Ilne (lay 1tATES: _ ? 't SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE ':lot:u' jjneillunlhI 1! tti'1bitt :; U"IU 1:" I

1'hrea Mara IOe

l-'OU KENT: Large uleasant! furnl I III'UKM' ; AM U N4.LLhaty Delivered) every day Elder $prln11'ater I
I II !''lipd iiHitnx.! with lit tvate family, 1 buy, .nell, rent, and exchange real t tI lien"' or I'lintie' Ueo. T, (Hull &
close In, 'M'2: /: Noi Ui Orange avenue estate. Have resided! in Orlando, FU., Omtmhy, hock 'tJijihtiht. t'hotie loa
II 7unitet'lIII I I near 3rt veers Have handled over tlI 11 -lf ,
l7t1 nu0,01J0, Call anal we we, I
HUNT 1.'ul-"I..I".1| suite, two .,pIhiee 10-iUm: F. A. LKW'i'BK.Til .
CnlihW'llilt hniitu, for ll lilhntat =--===-= -.s: Convinced
>keeiMtfi| | ,\I"," Hliule 'liH'Mi" I AC V 140MI'HP'ILItt'arpen: : | \'
HumiMeihit"' 1'1iH', ne' ltr the rmiil teal aril 1 ",,',illicit ntakars", "Netaetldoura '
hll\l.a. 111.11"Olt \. and I win.I.II, fr"III"". Flee", tins "1'aa;' said' the ..t'' 'i"lIl1t. "i ha.luutl FOR SALEA
purchaa eauntera\ , .ahelvin, ...hllwIUI I by, the ah'k 'IIII""l'\ur.. "I 1 can
HI'INI'Laiye; room, 1I'h',| 1"1'1\1 ", refrigerators, ulterntiuna and cure you."
ji.n, tliiae tit, Apply :dlJ: ;. 1 I'!. Jackson Idltnna! We keep. a number of .'WtutiU it coat," aed t the sick
ur shape( toil, )i-ii-iito) II, filed workmen {oiutantly on hand. man faintly

intuit Umbrella Church.-f street>vw.d and J0-i7-lnu repaired I "You'Ninety-fix will have dollars to shade jour price fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

WANTED "whU you wait Young'i Repair a little" replied the contractor. "I
Shop, I E. Pine BC got a better \1.i id 1 from the undertaker." S. West St. $2200.C.
WANTED-To Mat all kinds of property The specialist stood pat on his price
for sale or rent. I am having IIUILI -'C MATERIALS A U and his competitor got the job.
applications for houses, fur ESTIMATESWe We are specialists in our line of
I nished manp and unfurnished: I will be are prepared to furnish estimates work and sanitary conditions prevail.
It will to stay on the safe
pay you
have. Mrs.
clad to you
I on lumber and building material I
Leake 45 Cast Pine street.
II. B. I of all kinds. Give our service a
Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo I trial. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. A. HOVEY
FOR SALE 101920t. I Orlando .
I WANTED small cash register,one
FOR SALE-Two splendid furniture that registers 5c. to $1. :Must hea A GOOD INVESTMENT: I II
wagons, suitable for transfer work. I bargain. Address Cash Register, | Is one that will ;yield a guaranteed Steam LaundryFRENCH
Also one small wagon, splendid horse, care Sentinel. 11-10-Ct J' income for ten years. We handle income I
two sets of harness. If you are looking I I investments yielding 8 per cent DRY CLEANF-RS !
for something extra good at a WAXTED-llave party arriving November net regularly. Real Estate Bonds, LAUNDERERS
bargain, see Oscar Hand & Son. 22 who will want furnished Mortgages and Income Investments.Your '
ll-5-6tc cottage, 5 or 6 rooms. Address Carl money should yield 8 per cent PHONE 88 i
Dann at once. ll-9-3tc in Florida. A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando. -
SALE-Three good lots on
FOR --- 10-15-lmc
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Bola WANTED-An elderly lady: living -- --- 1..4l I.J- I 1.-tl1 <"tn.l S11i1.1. leI &
if desired. A bargain t & r ,
Will sell separate alone requires the services of a capable -: A $3,300: HARGAIX -4
if taken at once, as the owner middle aged white woman for ,
Ten acre young grapefruit grove
6 t.
needs the money. Inquire 10-at:;0-1 in* general housework without washingor I two and a half in bearing, new four
Church street. ironing. A good, permanent home room cottage and bath, garage, chicken -
-- -- -- I for the right person. Address, with yards and houses; one mile from
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good references regarding character andcapacity
;; city limits, just off brick road.
condition. Write Box 567. I A. B. C., Box 149, Orlando, I OWNER. O. BOX 676
9-23-tfc (I Fla. 11-5-Gt ll-G-lmc .Y

, furnished and unfurnished. Also LOST I NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I make
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI I I a specialty of deeds, mortgages, UluA.NTCCement I 1

have to offer before you buy or LOST-On Monday, October 25, be- leases, contracts, etc. Priceery rea
Pin Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East tween Robinson Springs and Orlando sonable.
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. via east road between Maitlandand Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-1moc Plaster and Lime

10-8-dw.lmo Winter Park, one Fisk red top14x4 GEO. T. HULL CO.Phnne Agatite
MONEY MAKER automobile tire mounted on rim. 1ft.V;: heck Kldir_ _Room 3.
FOR SALE-A ,A communication from the finder will -
uif"i-nt ; tedi' real
Furnished 14 room house, on crick D. A. Che- Call l and see
be greatly appreciated by '
street, arranged for light housekeep I Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf I estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop-
ney attended to.
ing. Splendid I location; large lot. I erty. Rentals carefully
Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave.9:73mo' 11-9-1moc
LOST-Small open faced watch, on
pin, between Lake Lucerne and the FIRST CLASS Parisian Dressmakerand
FOR SALE-An elegant parlor or- Empire hotel.' Monogram L. B. L. on designer. Will take engagement
gan, only $25, cost $150. Come and back. Return to Orlando Bank and by day, or at home. Tremont
get it. 822 North Orange avenue, Trust Co. and receive reward. hotel. 11-9-Gt
Orlando. 11-6-Ctc I 11-3-tfc
FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice home, MISCELLANEOUSI $7.00 I will paper any ordinarysize I
furnished, ten rooms, bath, sleeping room. Over 500 selections to
blocks choose from. I do painting also at f
well located only
porch desirable neigh MAKE A BUSINESS of planting reduced prices. Phone 261, or drop Kettle
from business center; A Bath In A Tea
All trees I set
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. citrus trees. guar- me a postal and I will do the rest.G. .
Box 222
11-6-tfc anteed. Write for prices. C. Schultz, Box 385 Orlando.
Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc 1-10-31-lmo

FOR Grass SALE-SEEDS Seed, guaranteed gathered LAWN MOWERS sharpened and Drink Elder Spring Water. See or is a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time

:Natal rijf ifllll.p+( well planting cured, instructions and will germinate are- Repair repaired Shop.at Court Orlando St. Bicycle 10-8.1moc and phone bjilding.Geo.Phone T. Hull 105.& Company 10-16-tfc, Rock I and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water.

followed.1 -- ,I r---: Ib.: delivered, cash And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the
Fruit Co. Ltd.,
with order. Globe;

FOR Leesburg SALE, Lake-Several Co., Fla.Mullins'l-4-7tc new I PROFESSIONAL CARDS II ICI! economy of a Gas Water Heater.

I steel row boats, just the thing for I
fishing or pleasure. P. 11. Winston, Worthington BlackmaoATTORNEYATLAW 1 A Gas Water Heater
11103t'FOR :
Clermunt, Fla. -- ROBINSON & BEARDALL I

Eft Means Comfort Economy Convenience
SALENice room cottage!< ATTOHNEYATLAWNo. ,
In good repair, on brick
Phone 617
; lot 7r.1t' :!1i. Awfully cheap" nt
'1iG.:! 1C.: Young, Hoom 10, Mc- 4 West Tine hot after furnace fire I Is
Neill & llnvl Mock.' Phone MI'' looms 13 null 14 Yowell-Duck It's the best and easiest! way to get water-especially your

.11 10-31C Phone 101 worth Itulldintr. out

Lout KENT Tic n slHiijf tilt your ntiRer h" n retnliultr (lo (hints|. hi hi our othce today i\ht1lel in!

hUt) HUNT: A Kiwd ten lnittl' tut DAVIS & GILES talk' It over svllli! r'uthORLANDO

futhl!!",'" haute!! ttllli hlllll..II' 'iniHi- Victor Storbuch
IfhrHii'' ithd' fcfrlltHitllitltdi\ \ Jttftt, 1ha},,, ATTUHNHY&AT'liAWHooma . .
t Oiiftf for it "Ittttutlintt, Iii ttl ti IttmlPil" \ lit
rt KMM'+ *-rini!-i tt t IiItllt I hi*'tt'. i 1\1'\\' ATIOMMY'ATIAW i: \ ..ttlOft@ 9.
in W.. t I. PlMlfr, \HhlHIliUtlrhi, I '' It1.iIIU ,: WATER & LIGHT CO
i \ \ : "I'ltou' 101No I ) 5, 6, 7, ,=
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11111'' Itt: N 11 1111\11\111\ \ fur I II+ !III 1,111h \ t III Di\vi & McNriill mo l,
I i\I-1t\ lull hl.,; )iNit! l M I I I MMWI\ GAS
(w tl hliirki\ HUM. jn'l| +!IIIr'atii4: |' ;lv. si"1'llnw*' PEPPERCORN
\11 1t4ll1wthl !t"Ht t: $ F, A. (

fOn mlNT-H the ) I\IiAf\J. month\
Hf years nna upatalra
ho9aeKeeliingi= i ,,\U Q other rooms, i n.\\
ir..rag i vl\$lt=lric litjhts amt bath. ilhuuse. \ Phone :37$
+\pp300\ ; ( f nst (Jpf\\ t r4 f\VII t R. RAY WHITEATTORNEY
FOR KENT-Nicely furnished
in new, modern home; onehaleblock Room 44
from Anderson street, near St. & SALLAS
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for Watkins mock Orlando, Fla. __ ___
the season. 406 Margaret street. 208 Doone Street _, =

1U 2JtfMODEL I Phone 597.!
First Methodist church; tele-
phone 221 or call 14 East Jackson L. Percival Hutton
street. 10-20-tfc DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

37 Liberty St., New York N.Y
FOR RENT-East Colonial Drive, a
house. I. rooms, garage, tarn, half ARCHITECT
acre truck patch, irrigate Jacobs Phone 716 APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [

Grove ll-4-6t Co., Orlando. Telerhone. McNeill-Davis Building,

> Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
Florida. orlando'l
FOR lirNT-Furnished 1 rooms, near Bldg OCOEE FLORIDA
Lake Eola. Rooms are large anti Member F. A. A. ,
= East
mctly furnished.. Inquire 40'J
fine ,trei.t. 0. V. Phillips.

11 93tFOR ----- Dr. F. F. Thompson

IHXTHouse; unfurnished l, 5 SURVEYING I -

J 11 rooms G.i.,.fit Manuel*! and, bath city., on Phone Ruth 48 n\'enue'l Plating and Sub-Dividing I Dentist All the leading varieties Orange and Grape

.TO.. -ItLNT-; --New!:-house just completed. PROMPT AND ACCURATE i Formerly<
> ttul three HHUU
cviiliiflkig two ( WORK
suites furnished; sunny nhd Mttrnct 115:; SOUTH OHANCIB prices :: :: :: ::
l\r, with large IIAXKUH.| Also I n .suite ..
furnished Over Curtis & O'Neal' -
of four or 1\\\ t' sunny roomn/ ,
or titifuiiil-lirilj bttth itiulnt elect ties.Inrynite .
;:U:(11)) seers, t'uacurd ,,"('IIUt', Chit Engineer:
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47 Wutklnn Hldir* Orlando. }O1". oP .
"l-'Oll RENT-1.Iiht: httusekaeping
rooms; uU tint, if taken by Hilt .

city IIM&I.season water:Phone no and children liXO.buth 10; electric Term tt'est Concord reanon-ltKht, Phone w 72 Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest

uvenue ll-'J-12tc: Paul V. HutchinsAttorney OR. L. H. RAMSDCLl prices, to the above address


suite of light housekeeping room, and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO . FLORIDA
(m first Hoot; bath in connection; electric
lights and telephone. ; garage
desired! ; private family. :1112 North t Davis & McNeil Hldg AND t>0 ALL KINDS OP iMMMMMMMMI HMMMIIf M 4i lilllllllMIMM>MMMMi1"I
main street 11-2-1 mo* ORLANDO FLA. OP"11C'" AI. IRErAh1X10

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LOCAL AND) PERSONALMr. IMMM >. I , . ;I I . III 1'1" .. 1"' III I ;I .-' I' I-I .iMltllliMI- ll \(

B. L. Griffin one of Ocoee's '

well known citizens, was a business
Allrp visitor to Orlando yesterday.Mrs. I

W. C. Harper, of Kissimmee,
spent yesterday in Orlando greeting
friends and shopping.

Savings checks are accepted as cashin
the savings department of the<
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-t
INCORPORATED 1893 Prepare for
Mr. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka was
p .-V ;
in Orlando yesterday en route to Jacksonville -
THE on a business mission.Mr. .

STATE BANKOF and Mrs. R. P. Gilpin, well
known residents of Winter Home are "T""[ AUTUMN OFLIFE"By

spending several days in Orlando.L. .

ORLANDOTwentytwo MUSTARD, the chiropodist.
years' experience in the affairs of Office over McElroy's drug store.
and meet the 1-1l-6-12tc
Banking enables us to measure

needs of our customers.The Judge Geo. F. Parker of Kissim- saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto mee, was among the well known
pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in idians visiting Orlando )- Flor-j amount each week. We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate -

lines of banking. Mr. J. R. Woodall one of Kissim- have several plans. Letus

TilE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF mee's leading butchers, spent yesterday -
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS in Orlando, transacting business. explain them

Watch for Neil of the Navy. lie is
Officer coming. 11-11-tf r--

LOUIS C. MASSEY __--______----___President
T. riCTOM WAULOW ______-__-Vice-president! Mr. W. It. Mouser, sales! manager
8. WATERS HOWE ....._____.-.......CMhler for Chase & Company, Jacksonville,
8. A. NEWELL: _u__ ____ __ ______A wt. Cashier was in Orlando yesterday. looking The Peoples National Bank"It
after business! ntfalrs.Mr

Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
*. J.:. W. Lott, who has been vl*=
Hint her parents, Mr And )Iu. K, N.
Holt, ttt Green Cove Springs, returned .
home yesterday afternoon.!
Fish And oynter received dally.
H. M Self & Co. M0.6-tfc

--,---- = Mrs. M. F. Martin, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs, 8. Belch
1100 DeLaney street left yesterdayfor
her home at Melbourne Fla.

REO Mrs. Ella McGee, who has been . . . . . . . . MUM . . . . Ililllllilli M- " " , w

spending some time in Orlando, left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic .1111'111"IIII'III'4111''J'III'IIIIIIII''IIIIII 'I'1"III""I"I""I"I'f
Coast Line for her home in Louisville, ..

less than 1200 miles. $650
Savings checks are good as gold.
Ask for them whenever you buy any-
Come quickHaynesHupmobile thing! 11-11-tf

Mr. M. O. Overstreet left yester- SPECIAL
Salesroom day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Jacksonville Avhere he is
spending today looking after business l.
I matters.Mr. Hudson 33 Touring Car

and Mrs. C. E. Hendry and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Walseman, of Sanford, Excellent Condition .
motored to Orlando yesterday and
spent several hours sight seeing and
greeting friends. $325.00

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
18-18-tf t

Mr. McKinnon, one of the lead-

Garden ing naval motored stores operators to Orlando of yester-Winter San Juan Garage Company i

New Ford Home day and spent several hours transact- *

Now Open ing Mr.business.F. H. Davis, mayor of Apopka, Orlando-Daytona Itll.I'

and one of that city's prominent busi- I

209-11 South Orangeenue ness men and live boosters spent yesterday It
friends and
Telephone 368 ing business.greeting transact- i t

FORD ACCESOIUL-TIRES RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one I 111. .. ., ( ' . . . . . . . . fllll.' .err. ,
hour 12 miles for Sue. 828tfcMr.

FREE FILTERED AIR John K. Teft, of Providence, R. MMMIMMMIIIMMMMMMIIMIIWho . '.. , lr' IJlataillilltlillcllllllr....i
I., who has been coming to Florida ,
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." for many years, has arrived to spend '
Will Be Your Executor?
another season and is making his
home at the Saratoga. i
F. G. RUSli1111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111
Watch for Neil of the :\aHe is ANSWER NO. 2 t
coming. 11-11-tf '- \
Your estate may be materially impaired as a
of the of an executor : ,. '
direct result for
appointment : ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Woodruff, who : .
trustee. 1. :. ..7 .
J I have been spending several days in ; .4 I
Orlando, the guests of Mr. J. T. lIen- : When an individual is appointedThe :-
-* --- --- Iricks, left yesterday afternoon for : financial responsibility is generally weaker.
their home in Chicago. :
It is usually provided in wills that the person ', ,; # }(k
nominated to nerve as ccutor shall be e-tcused = (
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus Be. !
1 8-18-tf : from giving bonds.

Have Your Christmas .' When surety bonds are supplied, It is at the ex. ..1 spence
Rev C. C. Cline, a Christian minister of the estate, and then only partial eecu r. f c t
who has l "peen conducting n four
lily against Ions is provided.
Selections Reserved weegs' meeting nt Itajtnnti, I 1:0: spend k/'
When a Trust Company Is selected! : i *
lug n few days In Orlando before" going s
to his hump In Pine Itluif. Ark. The positive, Advantage of utronn financial\ rta'ronlllL.iUt 1
h secured, t
The jmyinrnt of a nmnll tlojxwlt on i ny article will In- r r J
mire Its "l>oltig held, for you until you want it later on. mint' IIIN""'" ,,"UII. lsiy.' Norfolk'tjlex .. A 1-ofiJ which has behind it the entire financial ;
Thl plan jjlve' thu privilege, of all and '"1.,it1*; Juvenile ve lil tee strength of the Institution U always filed! with
rum unit! and IQuusr.| full' Ilite / .
; t
pet trUij= the Probate Court pt "IMt 10 |h* oslsle,
our tock \vhllo it in j, still' complete' without anticipatingyour .er hut; fhtldtrn'N and Uiy/ furnishing -
readiness to pay. < t'o"'!., J, C. Ann, the nU'j' Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue I
Wo Invito you to take full advantage of this oiler (,'lothier. 45 \\'eat C'hmi'h tutt, of this newspaper ; kew Yl1'"t"
nnd to come and gee whether or not you wish to purchase. ,

Mr. J. A. Winault. of Hoboken. arrived Come in any time and freely ask for further ,r_ t i
in Orlando yesterday afternoonand : information on this vitally important subject. L # 4 1 1i
will remain here until the weekend You are always welcome, and our offico-s are always '
looking this section over with the : glad to advise. V
view of spending the winter in this .

T.D.EVANSJE section. DoctorsBuekuluter .[ The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

WELER.1. & Bnindage!! :. Orlando Florida

Personal Instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Stillat : Capital, Surplus and .Profits $141,000.00
Bifksville, Mo. i
132 S. Orange Ave.. above i.
-- -- ---- -- -- -- Peoples ..
...... ---111'- National Bank. Phone
678. it'1111111111111-1111111111111 at 111I1I+tH f +IIII 0 i I H II' a III = Q 1111111'111111&111


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