Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00559
 Material Information
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 12, 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: VID00559
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Unless Number Volunteers

TROUBLESXIL AWAITED JniuMsi Government; Will

OffiCIAlS SHOCKS ORlANDO He Forced to Take


NoHV Competent

DELEGATES: ARRESTED: :( THE STUDEBAKER PARTY : : MMHT ANTON ADVERTISING: military critics hire now take a somewhat -

FORCED TO DRIVE gloomy view of the strategical


which the allies can now make can

BOYS PICKED TWENTY ORANGESMrs. C.irran/a Garrison of 1,000 Men Hocking and Winnebajjo Case Executive Committee Orlando save the Serbian army from the attack -

of the Austro-German
Drives Off .Attacking Force; Call Attention of State ))ept. Hoard of Trade Meets and forces which total
MILES IN LESS THAN 40 garian 600,000men.

Washburn, Daughter and Villa Soldiers Deserting to Serious Issues at .\ctsIeetin'as .
Two Return to Orlandofor It is believed, however, that if Russia
Boys TIME. I Rapidly Hand lllg SuccessThe
could send a force of 200,000 dis-
Remaining. C. I
The Studebaker returned Washington, Nov. 11.-Carranza Washington, Nov. 11.-The state South Florida Chamber of embarking it on the Black sea coast,
party to or dispatching it Resi, the Bes-
T. U. Sessions"As via on
has given assurances to the state department department tonight is anxiously await- Commerce held a very successful
Orlando from their four days strenuous sarabian frontier while
Britain and
that "the question of settle- ing the arrival of affidavits from the meeting in Orlando yesterday which
a result of the action taken bye Run which included ; France land an of the sizeon
Reliability army same
ment of border troubles will be dis- American survivors of the Ancona will be prolific of beneficial results to

the 'wet' element in Marion county in many towns and cities on the East : posed of in a few days." for information of the circumstances this section of the state. The next the Aegean coast, the result wouldbe
four W. C. T. U. the adhesion of
having Roumania
delegates and
arrested Coast, from Jacksonville to Miami, Carranza has instructed the Mexi- leading to the attack on the vessel. meeting of the executive committee
' Wednesday," declared Greece to the entente and the failureof
a prom- I' and inland cities. In the four can secret service to assist the military These affidavits are expected hourly will be held at Tampa during fair
inent local W. C. T. U. member many the German advance towards Constantinople
yesterday in locating and punishing of- from United States Consul Young in week. The attendance at jesterdav's -
"the death knell for liquor days 1,000 miles was to have been .
fenders operating in the vicinity of Tunis, as numbers of survivors have session was very encouraging and five
traffic in that county has sounded." covered in forty-eight hours, or in In tjiis event Roumania could fall
I the international line. landed along the Tunisian coast. counties were represented.
Mrs. G. Washburn, Miss Emma four days of 12 hours running time upon the Bulgarian rear with 200,000men
The American consul general at Whatever in the way of proof con- At the afternoon session the organization -
Washburn, Foy Carrol and Lindnr each. The run was made in even bet and at the same time attack the
Monterey telegraphed the state department cerning the manner in which the An- went on record as favoring
McConn were arrested on warrants ter time than this. A total of 1,077 German front with 400,000.
this afternoon that 3,000 cona met its fate has arrived at the the advertising plan of the Florida
sworn out by George Carlton on the miles was run in 42 hours and 45 min- Roumania feels secure in the Car-
Villistas made an unsuccessful attackon state department by tomorrow morn- First commission. The propositionwas

charge of diking oranges belongingto utes.A. Fuerta, near Topolo Bampo, on ing it will be submitted to the cabinet fully explained by G. A. McClellan pathian passes, which she regards as
Jno. K ..dig, a Philadelphia mil record of mileage per gallon of impregnable.The .
the west coast, Sunday, but were when it meets at 11 o'clock, and Sec- of the Jacksonville "Florida Metropolis -
lionaire, who owns a grove near Sparr, gasoline was kept The Studebaker scene of action in the above
driven off by a garrison of 4,000 Car- retary Lansing expects to have suffi- #' who is chairman of the
north of Ocala. being a new car direct from the factory case would probably be eastern Bul-
ranzistas.The cient information then to enable him commission. It will require a fund
Very naturally upon reading the showed a steady increase in mile garia or Thrace, where General Von
department has been informed to outline at least in a general way of $50,000 to make the scheme possible -
news of the arrest in the Sentinel yesterday age from the first day until the fourth Per Goltz' army is assembled but
also that deserters from Villa's army the real facts of the case, which is and to insure its success; many
morning the greater portion of day, or until the car had thoroughly still lacks sufficient munitions. .
are coming into Naco at the rate of regarded as fraught with grave pos- counties, communities and boards of
Orlando citizens read "liquor" behind been loosened up. The first day's
100 per day, and that about 1,500 Vil- sibilities. trade, as well as other organizations,
the lines and were nonplussed at the mileage showed 13.2 miles to a gallon, May Enforce Military Service
listas are now there. Grave Issue Between United States must give the project the necessary
dishonorable means taken by the protagonists and the fourth day 20.8 miles to the London, Nov. 11.If young unmar-
These disarm themselves when they and Great Britain support.The .
of the whiskey interests in gallon. The average mileage per gal- ried men, eligible for military service,
arrive on American territory.It Washington, Nov. 11.-It was said $50,000 will be used for adver-
trying to bring discredit upon the lon of gasoline for the 1,077 miles was do not come forward voluntarily and
is said however, that Villa still officially by the state department to- tisements in Northern newspapers.
state organization.That 16.6, a good showing for a new car. I enlist before November 30, the gov-'
has an army of about 9,000 men, of day that if the American Trans-At- Every city and section of Florida will
Marion county will suffer from Not a wrench was laid on the car, ernment will take steps to compel
which 7,000 are near Nogales and lantic Steamship company will proveto be represented in the "copy" which is ,
the underhanded action of a spiteful there was no mechanical trouble of them to do so.Marriages .
2,000 near Villa Verdez. the satisfaction of the departmentthat being prepared by the Thomas Advertising -i
group of enemies towards the Wo any kind, and the car returned to Or- contracted since the registration -
the American steamship Hock- of Jacksonville. The
man's Christian Temperance Union lando with the original air. Only one I day of August 15 will not
IN HONOR OF MISS DOLLY ing, now in a prize court at Halifax, advertising will appear in daily news-
was the concensus of opinion of men quart of oil was used per day. The save these men from military duty.
LOCMIART is not "enemy owned, this govern- papers, magazines, and farm jour
and women yesterday. Never was a party came through Orlando yesterday This is the nearest approach to con-
ment will make the question a diplo- nals, the greatest bulk going to the
shocked Orlando stopped here for lunch and that has been taken
city so as was yesterday scription yet J>y
' A very pretty party was given last matic issue with Great Britain. Offi- newspapers. The reading matter hasa
in reading of the arrests of tinued the day's trip until the 250 the government under Lord Derby's
night by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Burk- cials explained that this will mean if punch to it and advertising experts
miles reached and then
respected and beloved women dele- was returned, recruiting scheme. This was officially -
actual American ownership of the ves- declare that it is the most effective
gates who came to the state conven- tired but happy. Those in the party hard at their home on East Living- announced tonight.
sel is proved, the state department, state publicity ever compiled. Mr.
tion to aid the cause. were Leon B. Fort, Messrs. Jensen ston avenue in honor of Miss Dolly
ignoring the prize court proceedings, Jefferson Thomas was at the meeting
citizen in Orlando and Fleming and J. C. Brossier, New Munitions Head
was en- rep-
Lockhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs will make a demand on Great Britainto I with the drawings, "copy," and other
raged in reading the account of the resenting the Reporter-Star, and R. O London, Nov. 11.-It was officially
David Lockhart who is be- release the Hocking.
soon to material showing the exact nature of
arrest. Compton, representing the Morning announced tonight that Lord
come the bride of Mr. E. C. Moore, In as much as the case of the Hock- the advertising project.
with the Sentinel. of Flibank, has been direc-
They sympathized fully appointed
manager of the Postal Telegraph ing and that of the Winnebago, owned Yesterday morning the executive
ladies who had been subjected to the tor of the recruiting for munitions.In .
co/npany. The date of the weddinghas by the same company and now loaded committee of the Orlando Board o
humiliation of being actually placed phia, and the three boys got out of this capacity he will be charged
not been announced. The partywas and ready to sail from Buenos Ayres, Trade got together and approved the .
under arrest taken'Into custody by a the car and picked about twenty or- with the task of obtaining workers
in the nature of a miscellaneous are regarded by the state departmentin proposition, J. II. Reese reading the
deputy sheriff of Marion county, anges. They then came back to the for the munition factories.
shower. Miss Lockhart receiving an the same category, it is believed following minutes of the executive
forced to him to Ocala, literally car.
accompany abundance of table linen here that ths will take the
cut glass government session:
pulled from the session of the "Yesterday (Wednesday) a deputysheriff Humored Naval Battle In Baltic
and silverware Refreshments were same position in the case of the latter
Fla Nov. 11 1915.
from Ocala with Orlando, Nov. 11, A
greatest W C. T. U. convention in came a warrant Copenhagen, -- cannonade -
served consisting of ice cream hearts vessel, if it is seized by a British
At of the executive
the history of the state and upon signed by Geo. Carlton, for my a of terrific intensity" was heard
with cupids especially prepared by' cruiser! committee of the Orlando Boardof
warrants issued for ,their arrest arrest, daughter Miss Emma yesterday In the neighborhood of the
by a my Hand, and cake. Punch was served These developments indicate that Trade, called at 10 o'clock this!
party or parties who charged the women Washburn and the two boys I.indnerMcConn elate O A. Mcflellan. chairman Fehmarn belt, in the Baltic Ilea It is
throughout the evening :Music was the attitude of the British governmenttowards
with picking a few oranges froma : and J Foy Carroll The deputy. of the Florida First commission believed by those who heard it to have
furnished and vessels of the American
dancing was enjoyed to raise rO.IIOO for advertising
tree near Sparr, two stations! north sheriff went with us! In the care been the result!' of a Ilrilinh submarine
There were solos rendered by several Trans Atlantic Steamship" company Is nil of Florida' appeared' before
of Ocala reached Ocalt at 1 :10: o'clock Wlnl'lI- he Imard and I outlined the plan, nttjirk on n German Kqundron. The
euests 8\'ent.fh'e peopletijoMil likely to become one of the grnvezti'stte'
Mrs. d. D. \\tichliurn, her daughter day morning, and went to the homesof young ntntl P_ hit the rn- <' :Mr and :Mm' Hurkluuiihoppltnlity. / ( no fur developed, between thetwo
and the two young mm who wen the other boys Implicated Their t? tilt 'i i unite upon' n l'nds) of if such violence\ thnt the doors and)
t governments. i till,) census wnulil l' hurt-led to Marion county yesterday parents. were shocked, feeling tint n . of IT"1.! Mr McI window, on the rocky hnilmr were

did nut rrartt "Sparr until 1 1:10:: u'rlmk Krettt ell grnc had befallen I them -- I t'Irl1nl1| | pltiltfpil th. rottinilMloM'n. llow.n opfti. HmiM-ft vlttmteil, l nntltmjuh

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Ills I wf rt I hussar htiHsti had 'Iwn'|i a best' nirtllntf in 'the liuliir nfI 'the'' rji 11 ednea.lay night The ileese, Mr. Wm, l olivp!, have tnrrie4= tQ

*lMr*! II' 'HIP 'limp HuMM ('itrllll", phfl date' I am shout l ' worn tint' simply funeral was held ,there yesterday! afternoon The funeral' 1'rs.' If, i P, flte.t, J. H, REFSF, \ctil'llf Secretary' Orlando from an enjoyable motor trip

/ she dM nut' LIUIM fur a rf/'ltln'' herane enemies tl' |the Nr. T T, Inttrment was in the family who died, at her home two miles southof ApproveiJ: Chas, j', POW (o Tampa where they spent several'

( hat( the' liquor man had anilhmg 'lo cause. tried ('Q injure! me, humiliateme liqrjmg ground at \\mdetmere .by. Orlando Tuesday, will be he4! ) from. The sessions were of untold value days with relatives While (in that

du wish I the muttering nut "f (the warrants ana "u r. (the luium, Hen Carlton Undertaker Hand the residence this morning at 10 and it is regrettable that the meetingwas city they made auto trips to nearby

but' (hat' U| Has her belief and! i manat! of (the grove, said he o'clock, the Rev 1 E, T PouUon, D i)., not more largely attended. \ towns including Bellair, punedin,

the opinion of others {hat (the liquor was fcorr>. li. ". sounded peculiar, as O,\ .\ ) "SIXES" HUE .\RHUEl pastor of the First Baptist church, great deal of work jet remains for Clearwater and St. Petersburg Mr.

dealer' n'a1re..enaaahe. and! Carleton it was he who sigi,:- 1 the warrants" ) officiating. Interment will be in the organization to perfect. Thereare Dolive says the roads in Hillsborough

framed UI| the warrants in order to Mrs Washburn staged that the wet Greenwood cemetery by Undertaker many counties in which a county county are good; better, in fact than

humiliate her and the W. C. T. U. interests at Ocala, Sparr and throuehout Mr James B. Magruder, Jr., has at Hand board of trade has not been organized any other county through which they

cause. Marion county were scared. She his garage on Court street, oppositethe Organization work in all counties passed, except grand old Orange,

"Some days ago," said Mrs. Wash- said that a quiet fight was being Sentinel office, four 1916 model Attorney Frank Smith left on the will be pushed rapidly from this time which has the best of them all.

burn last night, "my daughter, three waged in that county but that there Oaklands, which will have to be seen midnight train last night for Rochelle, and before the next meeting it is

boys and another lady passed by an had been little unpleasantness. She to be appreciated. They arrived last Georgia, on professional business. thought that every detail of a perfect New picture moulding for framing

f orange grove near Sparr, owned by a further stated that Carlton had said evening and are greatly admired by )Ir. Smith will be away from Orlandofor organization will be worked out. A Bring you pictures to Curtis &

4 millionaire, Jno. Kendig, of Philadel he would make full restitution. all who have seen them. several days. (Continued on page -I) O'Neal book and music store.g .



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DAILY I be a misdemeanor, but until such a

I regulation shall be enforced by a united H R. BERRYA
South Florida Sentinel public sentiment, hookworm will SEED BURNINGand

MORNING AND WEEKLY continue to deprive Florida youth of

v, r:. GLENN ... .. .. ... . . .. ...EdlWl natural inherited mental and physicaldevelopment I I I
W C ESSIC.TOHniineu M..n lose
- to corresponding
-Eouwrd at the pocto'fir: at Orlando. Floe of both moral and a intellectual growthof why you should buy your garden and field eed from our tore.Ye are telling \' m

Ida at Second CIiK Mail Mattu. the state. complete line of Ford Accessories through the columns of this paper that we burn our old deteriated seed Testing seed M

SUBSCRIPTION RATLS good thing but burning them makes doubly !sureou' will get fresh, good sound
................ ........ 15.0( o very sell their
. 1 Year staff of mechanics much about therefore
U expert their
D < Months ...................... 2.5'Daily VNKSGIMNG PKOCLAMATION ; a seed Some merchants don't care very reputation,
Datlr. I Months ...................... 121 old and unreliable seed.
Vall,. 1 Month ................."..... .61Weekly. to render satisfaction in all i
of Florida, Italian Seed lb.________ 13 1.2c \
------ ............ .. State ,
1 Y_r ........ 11.0< lines of Automobile Repair fb.a$2.2r
----- Executive Office White Bermuda Onion Seed, : ;
-ALL- SUBSCRIPTIONS"PAYABLE ADVANfK IN fly the Governor-A Proclamation IVork. Vulcanizing, Oils and ,I While lU-rmuda Onion Seed, 1'J 1"._;;.$t.';i1

-- -- Whereas, it ia eminently! fitting, and I ('ttbngtcetlt) ; Ib.;___;======= 150 to Sy.nO:
TO AbVKRttSKHSiC proper| that ft day should l be set apart uinsoline, and fair and square l\\nrf C/ nt x llttH.| Ib.;;;;-___ =======,jog I
*" t.. *.,1.l f and "H ..the k.i,4-..t. for the public gehet-ttlly to render to Turnip!* SoinU' 111,8t' : to .illtt;
kandri In the baelnein.men trices.
.14'trtMnt.f the! Brftjintl.tIt fc stet Ut.f tdiH I ... Ia. the Uteat Giver of all good reterentlal ; lttglt: "h 1\'"", tit ==== == _=== =========:itstilt +
the do k.M' ...""nll,,*'. tkl ml arpYe. t M>res=U'tn! of tmtlilutte, Mini l''lit Seed, Ib TV
MwiUlMI' M II = = == ====== = = =====
to lsratlabl.tht I and tit will e.nteael be altteot Wbetei ti.ttii.Mfth1 UmhkrtfUintf fur Hu; itieielful' tare .d ((1"1111'111" Jfl'uwn)

.... itttil Ixiuiitlful' MeaaingS} end
iiIHft Ike iw.MHfl
..11111'.. 'i i.dllt.the< . lb. 41 ff it.tki f.l.! ntbeewlie.) ../II "...ltllu tile.Intintlnned tae puth H tiny a ddte in theharveat i \V (, my nil Kind of tlo\\er bulb; in stock give; : tilt n call

Pita .."".. tuv tat...r_,. .i Iv..,.4...., ........ It ea&an, a Maon: \ expressive ufn at the Ii Iisame
,-.."II.". N."'b"f l.tlli1l'rovl.tl'HI't!:: !, and, A'e 1 hAve been In business :: AT w D E..8.- T

rullt.\, :A01'G1It1ER) 12, W5 Whereas, the people of this great location, Corner of S-uth I!
r----- -- ---- commonwealth, our beloved" State of "Tho Drue!: am! Rpt (l Man"PROPRIETOR
well throughout the halo\ and Church Streets ,
Why sit around sto\e in the North Honda, as as '
and dream about the brand of weather entire nation, have the most profund Phone 226
enjo"ing Come South,, reasons for being deeply grateful for I
now II
come South-to londa. the blessings which surround them
I i
---0- and the hallowed Christian influences I

GOD liEU'S THOSE under which they are enjoying the Orlando's Leading Repair Shop i FLORIDA

IILLPS 'I'IIEMSELVES blessings of liberty., peace, prosperity -- .
\\1IO 1-f-
The man who trusts to luck to come ., health and happiness; and and Garage I Ii ,
- ----
--- - ------ ---- --- -- -- -
have especialcause l i Ii -- -- - -
people ----- -
Whereas our
out all wrong
all right, comes
out The laws of Nature, unlike manmade for gratitude to Him, who rules i Pansy Plants, Rose ; A. B. Cook & Co.

work unerringly and without aver the destinies of nations that we i

exception laws, toward definite results. have been free from entangling con CastleNurseries Slemons'! MillineryI.DlES' II Bushes, Petunia I Christ Building, Orlando.
lie who hopes or expects that he will, flicts and have not been drawn into
the penalty of the consuming vortex of war; and, Plants
or may perhaps, escape !
violated natural law and plane his Whereas, the people of Florida have I !I BUILUIXG1.TERI.cLS

conduct according, is doomed to disastrous unusual cause for rendering thanksfor HATS : Leave jour orders here INCOME\ INVESTMENTS

disappointment.The the rich gifts of nature and the Pine Castle, Fla. CHILDREN'S II.VTS
State Board of Health receives wonderful opportunities abounding in

frequent appeals from every part of our commonweal We offer a choice selection of :
the state rehearsing physical ills.' Therefore I, Park Trammell, governor Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00, .Violet Dell Florist. Unproductive Property Made to Yield
of the State of Florida, by virtue Has first class orange and An Income.
These complaints vary : to $4.00, $:>00, $G.00.
illnesses of the authority vested in me by rape fruit trees, ready I
of the as various
year offer only first class trees, I and J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Plans and Estimates Furnished Our
IVe $1.50 up.
thrive especially in the warmer or law, do hereby proclaim Childrens Hats $1.00,
cooler months, both summer or \\m. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1915, budded from prolific bearing I Our styles are so good-and our 509. 408 South Lake 8t Clients Free.

ter, spring or autumn, come calls for THANKSGIVING DAY, trees of known quality. We prices are so reasonable that you will
hookworm.For and suggest that the day be appropriately also have the genuine Watson find our store the best place in the f I
help against
this observed throughout Florida. watermelon seed. No melons for millinery. I
years the board has fought city ..
debilitating disease. Advice has been In testimony whereof, I have here- shipped from where we saved
hand and caused the our seed. Melonseighed from II Siemens Millinery
freely given and the simple remedy unto set my
has been supplied free to those who great seal of the State of Florida to 20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue Store 55c FREE 55cBring

could not pay the small cost. Sections be affixed at Tallahassee, the capital, Free. I
and communities have been relieved this the 8th day of November, A. D.

under the direction 1915.
from the scourge
of the board. A few months PARK TRAMMELL, Governor. in the green card and 45c and get a DOLLAR

have passed the disease has returnedto By the Governor-Attest: FOR SALE! BOTTLE OF OLD INDIAN LIVER

the same communities and the good I II. Clay Crawford, AND KIDNEY TONIC V
work has been undone, because pre Secretary of State. My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot Grounds 154 feet attractively front 01

vention llookworm has been starts neglected.from what is CLEVER CARD and Library Robinson, Reception Dining avenues Room Room,Den containing Kitchen Sew- I arranged Orange system.Pantry avenue., and. sprayed by underground Sale begins Thursday, lasts 10 days

commonly known as "ground itch." [nj/: Grocery Room Lavatory, all Large garage and log/ cabin playhouse -
has been dis- etc. Will sell\ furnished or unfurnished Money refunded if not as represented.
Through the skin of the feet the germ The following card on first floor with bath and a sleep- \ I
inters the body and reaches certain tributed by the Arcade Book and ng apartment with eleven windows 11-7-1n
and seven closets and storage room on
stage of development in the digestive Music Store:
multiplies and diverts Souvenir of the state convention of
organs. There it CHARLES P. DOW Lucerne
to its own support the red corpuscles the \\. C. T. U. held at Orlando, Flor- Pharmacy

of the blood, depleting the ida, November 9th to 12th, 1915.
Branch -- --- Phone No. 2 ,
strength of the ,victim. Theloss of A Headlight by \\. S.

essential vigor is manifested in decreased arkaNsasT

physical energy and mental

strength to the extent of diminishing wasllingtonwEst J Hot Shot for Buyers!
bodily efficiency by fifty per cent or Virginia

more, or of dulling the mind to practical __
mississiPpi 120 acres (stock land) close bv, per acre------ -------

stupidity. lake acre____ ______ __________________:$j v.vv
80 acres on per -- Meat Market
Passing off with the evacuations soil.of geoRgia colOrado Lot close to and overlooking/ Lucerne__--_____ ________$115000 II Yancey } Inc.: ,

the body, the germs infect the oklaHoma Several Lots north of Lake Eola____--________________$25000Our FULLY UP C
extent by
scattered to some "
They Leave
Motto: this is "Bargains Only For Our Buyers.
rains and by the tracking footstepsof ar I zonaalaBama year T. A. YANCEY.Jr., Pres and Mgr.
animals and of man, and the infection the terms to meOrlando ORLANDO FLORIDA

spreads to larger area. From v I rginia

this infested area the germs begin north dakoTa Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Real Estate
anew the cycle of harm, by entering Oregon
Florida and Western Meats
again the feet of new or of old suf- E. B. BRADLEY
ferers. norTh Carolina 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.
and the
The cure is a simple one,
more serious part of the fight against iowA. Special Attention tc Hotel and Out of Town Orders

the disease in Florida has been to Tennessee ---- Business 135 P, O, BOXaa6Residence
---- PHONES { Cor. Ave. and Church St.
discover those who are infected rather mainE 133 Orange

than to cure the disease when once it South Carolina

has been identified. Thvmological isis ..
--- --- ,
dangerous in the hands of any but "Red rum" which spelled backwards I 1- -- - -

inasmuch as reads "MURDER" will someday
the skilled physicians, I
the proper dose varies largely with be prohibited by law in every FERTILIZERFresh The arket

the age and physical condition of the tate in the Union.

But more important to the community Mr. and Mrs E. S. Upham left this shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE: ,

at large is the prevention of I morning for Tampa. Mrs. Upham OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

hookworm. No one is or can become will' go to Orlando, where she will be just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens. I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

immune to it. The sure preventive is the delegate to the W. C. T. U. contention Get yours now.Orlando. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

shots, for the hookworm germ cannot which is being held has in been that I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
week. Mr Upham
leather.Of city this
penetrate and
is more or lessa chosen delegate of the Christian Endeavor I pure.
this cure
course will to Tampa, where I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
for the average boy, and go Co.
punishment Seed &
in the Meat Line.
for it robs him of his time-honored the convention is in pro ress. lIe will I I everything:

privilege For the reason and right that to the"go country barefoot boy spend pected two that days several there more, and persons it is who ex- 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 ,I :H: JVC.: Self & Co.

more than his city cousin, does most are interested in the work of the PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET I JI
attend tomorrow -
tht Endeavor
of his traveling without shoes, Christian
disease occurs mainly in rural dis .-St. Petersburg Independent. I

tricts.A -
census to discover this infectiorin INDLURIE OIL PUNTING IIII I M 11 i > I M I 11 i IYankees I r
111111111 II I 'I

years the ago rural, in a schools number was of the made countiesof some fans tiers Hand,, leather piano painted coven and costumes linen etc.articles, ,painted parasols, por:2 to, :4 E : E ; c: j If You Do Not Bell ve

central Florida with the result 01discovering order. Lessons given. Prices rea- 1
nearly sixty per cent oj: sonable. Mrs. F. I. Emerson, Tremor *- j C"I 1
hotel. 11-10-Ct nil You: who are fussy 4
t ,
of these schools were in locomotive and rides
the pupils : that the Chalmers has power like a
tested with hookworm. It is a mat- !; about '
ter not to be ignored in this state. S. Helen Graves J have just received a like a parlor car just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
The legislature of Florida, in 1915, lot of wheat that is :
Church street, or phone 223.
lr ;ff rI
enacted a law requiring county school Shampooing, manicuring!:, facial and < .,' all wheat. Get that! .
authorities to provide ample toilet facilities both massage scalp treatment t.9 .\ '
under modernscientific It will '
rural school under falling! hair given ,.' All wheat.
for every I
Mtreatment I
principal I
and to have these satisfactory v. '..-. ; cost you more than I
their jurisdiction for same has c \en entirely !:
safely and properly' screened No results. Mj special! facial massage ordinary wheat, but is I CUALMrnS MOTOR CAR CO.

authority has jet decreed that every brings of your hack former the youthful self bj developing appearance - Esi worth more.

family outside the jurisdiction of city the muscles of the face neck, etc tAeiOGu ette.

control and beyond the reach of ample Prices for switches, of the best qualityon Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
water supply for flushing, shall pro- applit'ation.ppointmf'nt can be The Co-Operative Produce Co. ,
Hours from 9
like safeguards. No made by phone. 679 PHONE 223.THE .
with STREET.
vide itself 14 EAST CHURCH
authority has yet declared that every to 12 a m., I P.RLORSYo"eUUuck"orth to 6 p.m. ; W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447

and old, shall wear Building
person, young Honda I1111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II III 11111 1I111 11111 II
. shoes and that "going barefoot" shall Room No. 1



$3.48THE J STORE Comforts

Beautiful all silk top. made
of :Maish: ,
pure extra tra special(cotton lull :-MZC ?\-

See The Beautiful Merchandise We Are Showing. $3.98


You Will Find What You Want Among These Items!


LADIES'New SUITS merchandise at I li I A II E I I Wonderful SUIT One of the SALE greatest

prices to prove supremacy events of the season.

of our values. This Ladies' Suits in black

lot representing and smartest the styles.latest You Y Cannol t Do IJ 0 Belief e r Than o Buy Your Y Si S -t Here fur and trimmed navy serges, satin, lined.some

$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 GOODSSpecial nED pnE.\DS, hemmed, ready for use, large
terns, heavy weight, special 10 yards for _______83c: size, $1.50 quality. -------------------------$1.23:
Extra SpecialBLEACHEI
MUSLIN,full yard wide, good weightspecial PILLOW CASES, ,
and scalloped 45x36 regular
1, 14 yards for --------------------"-$1.00 45 Wool inches Crepes wide plain, regular $1.00 fancy quality weaves black and colors 25 cent quality, ---------------______________17C

SHEETS, large size, 81x90, welded seams, good NAPKINS, hemmed, for ,
ready use size 18x18 dice
weight, 60 cent quality ____________________ 42c patterns, per dozen ---.-.------________________50c
7 9

TOWELLS,hemmed huck,size 17x34, red boarders. CURTAIN SCRIM AND ,
12V-. quality _______________________________7c Arab, 15 cent quality NETS white cream and_____lOc


Thanksgiving* Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur
full line of
Wives tell husbands husbands tell Ladies' Fall and
your ; :your Winter
Not much in the old world,but there's a heap of it in the good old U.S.A., Shoes are
in. We have
wives. Most beautiful showing of Trimmed a complete -
and we ought to make it a most important event. thing.line of every- y
Hats ever shown in Orlando; unsurpassed any
So Dress !
<< Up where for style, quality and value.
New .
Why double for of hats else-
pay copies our
Here's a real bouquet of fixings: Newest shapes in collars, smart cravats,
sprightly 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.

Good e-n.e....
Ladies Silk Hose, Black, Tan and some Fancy Colors. I I
these are odd lots of our regular $1.00 hose, I
. !::1- LET US SHOW YOU! i :n Ladies' High Button and lace shoes in patent,
. special to clean up at ?un metal and kid,with cloth and dull kid tops.
Also full line of Ladies' high and low heel
pumps just received.
4J//. All the Latest Stylesii'M' cls. Come in and see for yourself.
In Stock 69
I The Prices Are Within

I Reach of All



The Yo well Duck worth Co.




I I'tlJLIcm' TLAN:'

I (Continued_from page ll

Winter Park News
monster meeting should result at the .

next convention = For -

Aside from the state wide publicity

and adverting! proportion! which was

the main feature of jesterday's! !session

Dally Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe various, interesting members! :talks L>"rurgus were numbs made by.,Cltller and
Town And Rollins \\ listen A. J. HulMnHhy bf Monday
College tnkflnhd (H I. L ttnhihetbf r"h\.

. I rthil blhers. &t'reMdehl! W. I*, 1'eI111,1"

fl''I\Ill1tl\ ) rdlti.Ul| -lied till thrtlP rthddiattiaael _
mum.mta 'or \\ismt\ I'\ttl Ul'tHU \' UIMl'UI'.MtK. "
MH'll, (''OMI'AM1h Mlmi' I tin* rtflPlliiMiit*: ftl I gilO:!i bVUk; lit? fill ltiaititef' WrilleF lit Ills usual! fUI". The\ Omtwt i niul \ItIIlR| t uf it lhpph< wte" mighty Ri I""t l eumnmU'iil "lrt\-= =thrtt i =if \:w
t liMflhl' Itf tlllMiiH tf tit* Will* Wittier t I',ti It had 'IK-OP* ,Ml,, hlht' will A ulplisltl\ of 'ihe mptlinif wrt< Ute JHHIP uliupiting( lierp=8fttmtimMe\ Meii'liiintlit 1 } >=At unt!: >nimlte! ) pike* an the hlwm, '
(ttlf I 1'rttk 1 t'Feit* Ut Nirtliy| Mil rt In.\: HIt! M t< M\\ the hwal I II lit mAnIt, 'HII! :
illg itt t t UlC pi41' {:Kllltf\ tlMUof Wtlllnts""I" ,)' Prune jiHumapa. to lie mn nf the nlaat' altrt'+t !lq daily Iy, l 111 Npwe Jr IhmJhlWFI! t who! MM ttf\ 'Ute t'IAnllt\"'hitaIf \- pttrtU'; that "hwiltl'" m\hP\ those!' tWit "tltiv3\ lihe host of lU Itl'atlpt't1| : sera, !' One* tu be v nwm1 -

itHtlrt fl fur the |wrptt-e Jf Fanaitl i : I. \tllw-tifiU( : i ( hall\\ here IMF A lanai tine must t aepk:: Ihe\ |lroiwe,, of the MidWeslern 1 liere,l=1lere'3 a ttnyal,, FlushYou : -

rug iml'ur\iH' \ t I-imll \Htlri.! iH\lt\ the( hom boy are AIM""t .It tile gtatea. In many addresses -
A number pf buyers were present victoryWinter\ IliHt1'fH' rf will
and talks the untold possibilities -
Cannot Afford To Miss It!
to malls rirciiubitiun for the II\trpQ: be JJar e and TrtjlorThe glen pros of Florida were discussed; ,
of securing the firm's bigness, Ch.S ant will "be charged ft ?5 cent ttmis-
Several important subjects were
& Company were aMy represented: \ l> bion fee. Ladies| free
proposed for discussion but time permitted -
Measrs\ S, 0, Chase, Mouser, and stock
the consideration of live
!]ogue. Arthur Rule, president, and The girls' glee club of Rollins rendered -

T. U. Quimbyi Florida representative I a number of selections before and Following farming the only.sessions the visitors These Prices Can't Be Beat!

presented the arguments of the North the W. C. T. U. convention delegatesat
were given a ride over the Orange
American Fruit company. The mat- Orlando last night. This was the
county and Orlando brick roads and 32 36 INCH TUB SILKS
ter of selecting dealers to handle thecompany's I first public recital given by the club to
streets under the guidance of the o I
product was put in the this year and was considered a success lando Board of Trade. Several visit- All pure silk, fast colors, in dainty ;32 INCH BELGIAN BROADCLOTH
hands of a committee. in stripes and stripe combination effects -
every way. ors returned to their homes on the Semi-Chiffon, in fine tones of Navy
Another important matter I on white and cream grounds.
ered by the directors was the consid-I AT TilE CAXDY STORE evening trains but many remainedover Regular $1.00 quality Brown, Green Wine and Belgigutillue -

tion of a sales agency to I Fancy home made cinnamon rolls, the beauties night, wishing of Orlando.to more fully see Saturday and :Monday 69c also Black, $1.2; quality.
cakes, candies, and on
the fruit packed by the ocmpany and t I i I popcorn crisps Saturday and :Monday 9Sc
sale. Give us a trial. Ilenkel build- Among those present were: C. S.
shipped by independent growers. ing. 11-12-lt Harbor J. E. -- -- -- -----
Washington, Safety ; :16: INCH COVERT CLOTH
The directors also considered the 3' -:16: I INCH SHIRTING :\I.nn.SHere's
Lewis, Safety Harbor; J. Willis Ton- The fabric for Skirts
matter of extending aid to out I I SALE very Separate ,
stamp TWO FOR f)=' C-HOUSE
citrus canker in Orange county. This kin, Zephyrhills; E. C. Harrington, Dusters, Dresses etc., in Tans, Dust, the opportunity have been

matter was referred to the The two houses I have for sale at Apopka; II. II. Witherington, AIK>P- Blues, Browns, etc. waiting for, about 52 pieces of all
proper the price cf one are located on lot 78 kat; C. C. Woodward, Plant City; Jef-
committee and will be acted upon as foot front facing east, with a depthof ferson Thomas, Jacksonville; G. A. Special Price Saturday and :Monday 19c the late stripe effects. Regular 25; <-.
soon as certain additional information 183; feet number JOG Magnoliaavenue and 35c
-- -- ---
Jacksonville Tem
McClellan C.
concerning the amount of aid which is between Livingston and Ame-
lia. The section of splendid homes, ple, Winter Park; Lycurgus Burns :30 I AMOSKEAG: TARTANS Saturday and :Monday IDc
needed has secured.
with grand old oaks arching the Winter Haven; A. J. Hohvorthy. Have been extremely popular this

streets. Lakeland; S. A. Miller, Winter Haven season for Children's Dresses etc., :36 1 INCH SATIN :MESSALINEOur
BETTS TURNS:' $13,000: (mOn'UEAL : The modern 2 story house has on ,
first floor: parlor, living room, dining ; G. G. Ware, Leesburg; B. I F etc.'c haven't many left but on
room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lav. Watts, Leesburg; Harry II. Root, and : regular dollar quality in every I
Wednesday afternoon R. L. Belts Saturday Monday
ntory, large living porch on the front Plant City; Edwin: E. Cline, Auburn- wanted shade' for street or eveningwear
closed a dealhereby, for u $15,000 I and oide, latticed rear porch.On While they last 12'icir '!
dale; W. F. Miller, Vulrico; II. F. all the new tones included.
consideration, T. M. Itctikcl l became the second floor ute :3 large -
I sleeping room, each having enameled Owen, Valrico; I.'. I P. Selnby, Valrico;
the owner of the Burr prove at Altumonte. .1:>> I INCH SI11 1'IIEIl1)) except Black One dollar value, .
lavatories, piped, for hot and cold Earl: C. May, Auburndale; A. !II t, CHECKS
This property of 77 acres vutcr. There i lit also an extra large J. Saturday t and :Monday 690CIIII.IIIiEN'S
Grunt Florida Grower: ,
Made of fine worsted! mixed
contains 80 acres of hearing! grove ncrcened-iii! ( "" ) ,' with room yarns --- -r 1
enough for the whine family The I Thompson, Frost Proof; I.. J. llrough. with scribbled cotton, washes splendidly -
and in oittf of the inoHt attractive -
prop.ernes bath room U large, light and airy, tier, Chicago, ; It. I" Nutt, Tavares. wears better, a good all 'round .: SCHOOL DRESSES.: .:
in the AI to monte section
nice enameled fixture, all modern and! I Iunitury.
Dr. W. M. Burr, owner of the fabric In all sized checkings. :Made of fine qualities Percale, Cham-
FOR SALE: OR RENT: --Ily owner, a
grove, has secured accommodations! in The house Is newly painted and pa- new modern bungalow: with six Special Saturday and Monday !59c bry and Ginghams, all age Regular

Winter Talk and will spend! the winter li>:ered wired throughout for electric, shades lights are, hung fixtures, it large: rooms, hall bath nnd with every price 75c and $2.00,
here. Thin deal ia one of the largest convenience to make a desirable home;
installed, also connected with
gas. nice lot; desirable location near Lake :1'I:' INCH GOLFING CLOTHin Saturday and Monday price
which has Wen negotiated in Win net, you will find every convenience
for home comfort. If Cherokee; price reasonable; house Navy and Black. Clearance Price
ter Park for some weeks past. necessary you
will be completed latter part of No-
do not care to use the entire house, 'AISSIn
the location, so near the "Wyoming," vember. Also have a six room cottage Saturday and Monday G5c3G ; PUSSY WILLOW TAFFETA \\
"ROLLINS SANDSl'Uir:' TO IJKHEVIVEI insures rentals of spare rooms at and a smaller bungalow, with
in demand price and terms to suit purchaser the very fashionable stripes ef-
) extra good prices. Always -
Have also several fu.rnist'd rooms for : INCH KIMONA: SILKS
A movement is on foot to recom- : or if you care to rent the entire rent. Address Kentucky Home, /Ml effects Navy and Black on White
: house and occupy during the ju'-{ in. Beautiful floral effects on
mence the publication of the Rollins tourist season the 3 room cottage on Palmer street Orlando Phone t'.st<.. light and dark ground, on Tiffany ground. A $7.00 waist,
The at the in the would 11-12-lmo: t
Snndspur. plan as presentoutlined premises rear you
Silk and !
calls for a four page week- derive a rental by which the property Saturday Monday $2.09
could be made to pay itself out. Saturday and :Monday fi'Jc
ly paper which will deal exclusivelywith There is a garage, barn, and chicken MISS MAY IIARDAVVAYHULK'
subjects which will interest or house, etc. Fruits of various ---
benefit the patrons, faculty, and students kinds, everything right up to now and (' STENOGRAPHER ----
of Hollins College.The lust, n little above the ordinary inmany I

old Sandspur, which was for- does ways.It not. much WINTER:' PARK, FLA.
require rendy
merly published at irregular intervals money; a small cash! payment from Men's Furnishings
ns n monthly and later ns u blyearlyschool responsible parties Mill secure the
discontinued ironerty. Schultz Uuildlng. Phone 10(5(
magazine was n The price Is $(o, uo. A bargain. at
few years ago, and for the l Inllt year that figure. -
or two the college Inn been without! t U "'. .iitiMi.. '!, Clothing Shoes Hosiery
html It Is hoped nttd be- ttltAt: nsTAlHi.; Alt Work Nefllljr ahtt Amirfltflt lone(/
n PI paper.
Itnom tu, MrSfill A ItrttU (limit.tUS2llft' .
lleVed that lit? (hew I\htlI'Ut, | Will t te- Alas' l IrrciU'il, IIPW I"l\lf\ Mteteiiil( HitlM. ill I MI BN'M MIII() M

ri>ht' fttiltiflehl miiiMtl| | ( lit lunke'" It n ttUUt1t Nit it, FiUlc\ Itlii*, Hit Hit liUe I-'itll pliiijiefl: ) ,

lei' lhnhehl .."II"It" I litstit01iti t HUt) PM.Ii, M1' II Mill MSill Pi' Iw 91,00I'llOUtNIX ( 1''i\OIllillll\! t'llp' !nit'ii iiinl\ men ofotutly I''ilohG111

--- Ili- Will I Phi uiltiplt-lpl; fUlhl-I.t., Dr. C. W. Fain ---_ their ft'tit ts its much' Hq* their t
\1 \\1 (r'I '\, I IIIU\I= i pWi mnilciU, ft I'll' 1 1 1 1 vp t 1"1I1i1, hlothlu);. Thp IrttM\ t )ttltifi; i 14 chili
alSary 1 TANCY( IIOSIUHY() ;
'I ite IKMMK\ Irtdipi' nfw[\ lillif( ( ) V: natty lawn ttllil alit ItMFoppnnif I Iahattdai I HI;Sl1P4'rc t 111113 1 Wt hP them t in Iprtthprs\ \ of
WI ((1\ ,\i lieM hl> Ilifttllllrtl", a?alai: ail : i two, | t-tlllit1, 1 tits iIlHm ;, Ith.1:1"$1,1 This; i N ihM \AVIttea\ \ in font n\er= IIInrk( unIt Tun, in nil }Imp m\\
: $ inirth( and blHlHlwrIllning
| c Oft he llmiro (In l 19 :2 I t to 11, uhf A ,itelhery' to Imml intlmlw the
W h"rl\lIl' at ; Nnfruw
; ,
tIillij I't\I\f\ \ "111I""lt"f \ 1'"t'Mii AiMtpaa Ownpr, HM* sty'las whHJw flrp A distinct
Chn"rl"f\f, '[ltp: honor BH*"t fAr the U\.I\ or tall Hi 4M'; HrtM>l lay' MNTK; ( 1'111t'li'( \' YtJr)' Intf'!::t afacls( t feature: W$1 stitch them from AA

afternoon way Mr t lUUer&taiit, lead n-io-dw- "rint0:\ (' "1'1llr. toE,
er of the pIling 1f\.titJlil? Bible class: at .u =

\the Congregational 1 church, . .. . .. . . . . ... . .. . . .. . . ..... . . ... . .

Mrs, HaUer&tadt gave A short and

and interesting illustrated selections talk most from on Pible effectively the literature books certain of- l | Boys' Winter SuitsNOW jj GROCERY DEPARTMENTr

Ruth, the Songs of Solomon, the

Psalms, and Job. The party proved Delicatessen Menu

a great success and was enjoyed by ON DISPLAY

all present. $3.00 to $5.00

KOLLIXS-SOUTHEKX FOOTBALL Baked Beans Potato Salad Tongue Boiled Ham

Full line Winter Underwear for Men and Boys
GAME TOMORROW Roast Beef Home Cooked Corned Beef Country Cured Beef Lunch Roll
The Rollins-Southern football con-

test will be staged on Morse athletic Phoenix Hosiery Dough Nuts

field tomorrow afternoon. The home

team has been practicing hard for the

past three weeks and promise to put
up a fast game. This is one of the
biggest games of the season and a

large crowd of spectators from Orlando WINTER PARK FLORIDA orders taken on short notice of Chicken, ..
other surrounding towns
nnd is . . . . . .I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

expected.WINTER __ __ - __ __ ___ Fruits, etc., etc. We solicit a trial.

:' I'UKOTJS:' : . . . .HM . MIMMM IIMMMMMHiiM'MiMMIM'Winter '

afternoon 11. :M. Caldwell from Oxford returned, North yesterday Carolina Park Auto Co. The Most Up-To-Date Grocery In OrAandoThe

where he has been spending the

summer month!! II. W. Caldwell will Best of
arrive some time next Wt.k.I'uul Everything at Lowest PricesDicksonIves

(Nick) Carter, pitcher on tho BUICK and FORD CARS
Cleveland\ American ball team has I
written friend that he intend to

upend! the season in Winter Park and

will arrive next week. Repairing, Painting and Auto Co

Mrs. 11. C. Stiff and daughter, Miss Supplies

Edith: arrived yesterday afternoon to t,

upend the winter with the former's

sister, Mm. J. A. Trovillion. "Orla.\do's Favorite Shopping Place:' Orlando Fla.
Minn Kline arrived in Winter Park I

from Michigan yesterday to spend the

season.r II " ' " " 11"1 I . 1111 I 11"1 11.11 II .




This evening marks the formal Favorite Ir

-j I ((Mmtfci Snriej for opening the winter of the season.Orlando Chicken Country pilau Club -Get It At Allen's" II

will be served at six o'clock, and the TOD.\Y'S FROCKVMMajestic :
program for the evening will include "Mjstic Jewels:' A detective -
j speeches, recitations, and dancing. Beautj "His College \\ife" A
Friday November 12. I Friday Morning, Nor. 12th. The Country Club affairs, always delightful corned}. !

Mrs. DeWitt Miller entertains Nullos ;I 8:00. Meeting of Executive Com are largely' attended and Pathe. "Romance of Elaine" "The
Club. that of i Disappearing helmets In two parts. I
mittee. today is being looked for-
Annual Country Club opening, dinner This episode is full of thrills and
| 9 30. Devotional ward to with much The
dance. Services-Mrs.I pleasure. thrills and thrills, so crowded is it
f I Jennie A. Bean,'Arcadia.I house committee is Mr. DeWitt Miller, with nerve-crisping happenings thata

U.t. C. ELECTS OFFICERS I| Reading of minutes. chairman, Mrs. Seth Woodruff and synopsis of it would be, could be
nothing less than a short story. Don't
i 9:45. Methods of Reaching the Mr. Wm. Beardall.
The United Daughters of the Con- fail to see it.Admission.
j Public Medal Contests-Mrs. Etta V. + adults
lOc. children 5c.
federacy met at the residence of Mrs.S.
j B. Mendenhall, Oak Grove; The Press Miss :Margaret Hart, of Orlando,
G. Doljve\ 7 West Washington 1
:-Mrs. Stella II. Boggess, Lawtey; has been re-elected president of the OSTEOFATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
street, yesetrday afternoon, and after I
the transaction of the usual routine !tOur Publications-Mrs. Nellie J. Doig, Rosalind Club of that city. This is SURGEON o 0
I Archer. the highest social honor that be
annual election of offi- Dr. Howell
business, the osteopathic physician
cers followed: (j' 1030. Election of officers. given one of Orlando's residents. Miss and surgeon, announces that he has j for one of our bracelet watches Lavalheres, rings or other articles -
Miss Mary Robinson, president 1130. Bible Reading-Mrs. Mabel Hart has made the club such an able returned from Harvard University, of jewelry. For the gift will express both generosity and good
; Quam-Stevens, St. Petersburg. president that she was unanimously where he took post graduate work in' taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
Mrs. A. R. Bogue, first vice-president: eye, ear nose and throat diseases. and with a strict regard for quahtj We shall be happy to show El
i! Friday Afternoon, Nor. 12th. re-elected on Monday. Miss Hart wasa
Mrs. L. B. Giles, second vicepresident -1 physical diagnosis (nerves it to )'ou.
Miss Mary Branham, recording : 2:00. Prajer-Mrs. W. S. Gray, recent pleasant visitor in Ocala as heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera -'
; Eustis. the guest of Mrs. Herbert Lattner ), and electrotherapy and conta-
secretary; Mrs. Seth Woodruff, corre- diseases. Office
gious Cheney building
2:15. Co-operation with Ocala Banner. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
sponding secretary; Mrs. M. O. Over- i' Missionaryand opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- ,
street, treasurer; Mrs. D. C. Thompson Other Societies-Mrs. Sherfy + phone: Office 617; residence 1018. ''I u .dIIF
registrar. I Bourn, Dade City. Yesterday afternoon, at the Rosa- - I =* Fl"""" ____.__-Io! Til .1i
Historical Committee-Mrs. LaRue 2:30. Report of Committee on Res- lind Club, :Mrs C. B. Robinson and II I
olutions. her committee, composed of five ladies
Bliss, Mrs B. G Abernethv, Mrs AIL 6
Bogue. i I 3:00. Open Air Meetings, Fairs, gave a "do as you please" affair SKATING RINK :i YOU ARE A BIT HANDY

I'osters-\Irs. Lillian L'. Fulton, In- There was a good attendance of mem WITH A BRUSH
Cemetery Committee--Mrs. A. R.
terlachen. bers and the afternoon passed most 1 -a for
Bogue, Mrs. B. C. Abernethj, Mrs rya R you can a very cost, brighten -
Josiah Ferris. 3:15* Report of National Convention pleasantly. Fruit salad and iced tea r I k up jour home, renovate old furniture

-Miss\ Neal and Mrs. Dean. were served. etc. Our paints, enamel, *ar-
The hostess for the next meeting,
4:110.: Demonstration. ofoik + niches stains, etc, come to you ready
which will be on December U, is Mrs.t
J. N. McKlroylo 1: Among the fining tteolIe--\ltl t'I The Rosalind Club in Orlando met sutooi./ cimmtnvs SLSSION: J for u'e, with full directions on every

|>i-History of the ('tnss lit I Lee Mmlth, OtlatuloAdjournment. in annual business session Month)'. lltlim A1'1'IiltNO11N, M OI2lh.. ran We supply you with brushes!
Miss MarirntFt It hart was elected nt"o. let Us nil your Wtttits In the
Honor it in! how it may lie ulitnineil, Mt'llllllh( 1,11(1( !'I\.n*?" ft i riJsM.IIOOI I a""k ,
I friary Cttnintf; Nov. t2t h. nt (president ntnl Misrt Add lluinlijttni I t'lIlIlI t I lineOrlando
Mr\ *. it (I. Aliefhethy I ,
elected errtvtnry Miss! Unit Mini () IHhH( / "M\AIIN I:/ 10 ('IS/ INAMEI (h '- ;z
IteiiiMntf-Helltlhl"l'e'It'( ''" of "W" I 11M.1 ) Organ) voluntary.Hextitlotml i '
Miss 1, nuttily| me delight? fully known N.-j : Palnl. : & 'Wall Paper C.
tltttll'a HocpHnl HervliM! lit '1K'' \WMm .: Sertke-I1ev. Hinilh( ::
Itt OutU whale (they lm\e IIPPIIIhtf r'ldllu' ___.__
HHli \\tnHltuir, lilt 1'11111, I D.) .IIMiiio .. Orange nuPhont
\-1.ItHIII-lIl'dilt Ntnr.I .
Much, ? "Ml"""*! I tank 1 W, (',, 'I', t), l tJuttilHIe=MM. rOrj '.MAN A IlllAN :201
I Ihllllltf. 'tllp HflPlfl'HIII' Ih'( lltlMP, iLiim-n, ''' IUH lllMlr, W H, |Ilti\\1I11 (0 i, M, rUIIIItilil'( I foCl'lII:': II.C"'I.Cintlll ( :/ .
'I I I" J JiUll'iP, class. uf (Ibe| C'IIII'vIt'"I
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I'"I'' will eiileiliilu t the 'iiiewliuM ut I IIliU
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AT UIMIIU' : (iAIIIHlN) ; NOV.( (Hilt Hilli.li.iio, levy, Mwimtvn, !Mt*
I "lltlll "pithy hue "baen\ 1111I11.1. "lint' ,
"I'm .r..Ml\ ", N. VI lit-'I'h" yi m"K rlllll Hiunlar ruuntfaalltaring. ,*) j 1''I'lmllll' U "Mug kept' tt4 A ""our CAREY HANDFUNERAL
I C IIMKS: (>| |; IIIOiK( |1'111'CIS|| | (
people' of (the rust, "All .w MMukt), ,1 j Ilrl"> fur the, guttktH
Mubif\ Al I, J N], H, H. Orchestra,
will| |>rtbeiit their playlet inN'inter i .\'I1JIIII.SleiI( ( !"". MIMCIIIIM.NL () : .

(lunlm, 1'ridiiy evening& November Prebentutiun\ of Manners-To Unions, Mrll. George K Nulan will enter- '
i 11), iiihtead of Friday" evening of thin hunermteiulenta ami district. tain this afternoon at bridge, in compliment -

week aa wall announced.! The postponement I 1 Piano Duet-Klinina; Gould, Stuart to Miss Willil'erson, EMBALMERAll \
was made on account of the Joulll

W, C. T. U convention in Orlando J''I Presentation of medal. AUimiUNAL LOCALSMrs.

this week. Quite a little motor cavalcade I I Music GRANDTODAY

will proceed out of Pine Castle I I I Adjournment. S. S. Jones, who was called to calls answered Promptly Dayor

to Wnter aGrden on ths date. I I White Ribbon Benediction Savannah, Ga, several days ago on

+ "The Lord bless thee and keep thee account of the death of her sister, returned Night. Hand Block. I

Mrs. F. A. Curtis left yesterday j j jafternooa I The Lord make His face to shine upon to Orlando last evening. She

over the Coast Line tor I INash'i thee. and be gracious unto thee. The was accompanied home by her mother Orlando Florida.
] ", Tenn. where she will spend Lord lift up His countenance upon Mrs. F. E. Hannlton. I I

the nex three weeks. i thee, and give thee peace." AmenMMtMMMMiMMMMtliiMMttMMMMMMMMil. CHARLES FnOIl IAN CO. PHONE 639. RESIUEMEPHONE <457< ,
After spending a delightful sum-

II *, mer at points of interest in Vermont, Presents -

Mr. J. A. Trujn, one of Orlando's PAULINE FREDERICKIn

well known winter visitors, reached ,
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the city last evening for another so A I

journ. Mrs Prujn will be down a little
Superb Photo-Production of the :
later in the season.F. .

Dramatic Sensation of :
G. Rush, of the New Ford Home, I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL;

has made the following sales this The Century :

week: Col.! Hugh Reed, Winter Park; "ZAZA" :

J. II. Gregory, Winter Garden; E. L.

Sphaler, Pine Castle; Carl Oshe Produced b> the :

Apopka; J. B. Smith Pine Castle;
Hand Furniture Co., city.

! Ford Touring ing Mr.to S.Orlando J. Galpin for, who the has past been twenty com- lOc 20c ,: CURTIS & O'NEAL

years to spend his winters, has arrived 1

and will be pleasantly located
Phone 5 for
at No. 8 Hill street. While absent FISH AND OYSTERS Insurance Loans Real Estate i

from Orlando Mr. Galpin usually divides
i Car his time between points of interest Fresh Every Day Rentals

in New York and New Jerse)'.

Miss Lillian Barnum and father 206 Boone Street :
Mr. Barnum, and Captain Albertson .
have reached Orlando from Waverly ..
For N. Y.. where they have been for the INGLENOOK CAKE AND :

past several months. These estima- CANDY PARLOR :

ble people have been coming here for ..

several winters and have a large cir- Delicious' Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, ESTABLISHED 1MI

$225.00 cle of friends who welcome them back. etc. :
They will reside at their home on Orders taken for parties. I
Lake Jennie Jewel. Located in rear of Branch's Book :

Store, Arcade Entrance
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Mr E. C. Crout and family arrivedin

the city yesterday from Detroit, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . illiiililllliilllil
:Mich., making the trip in their big
Buick car. Mr Crout has been spending

his winters in .'Iorid.ut other

Ask to demoun- places and this was his first stop in
see Orlando. lie was very much impressed Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:

with the city and its
I surroundings -
table rims for Ford and has decided to spend!

i the season here. lie has rented (:i-1.: _' We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the
through the (uo. T. Hull Realty com
best wholesale prices. Call before buying
Cars. pang a pretty cottage on East Concord on us ,

avenue. it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to

s install it yourself. On irrigation
KR S\LE measure so you can -
I work you can save money by having us
CaulifIo", t'r, Celery and Lettuce! Plants } i
I have thousands of choice plants cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
I for sale and ,
ready nowSeventjfive
I install it yourself.
thousand cauliflower as you can

plants v, We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Clos-

1. PHILLIPS & SONS Twenty-five One hundred thousand thousand lettuce celery plants.plants. ets, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
Address, \\ C. POST Sanford. Fla.
L 1l.12-2tc. R. F. D No 2. may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

TO FORD OWNERS you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri-

-9 can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
I am expecting at once another
shipment of Ford auto tops complete closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
at a top cover price. Regular and one
man stjle. Will this interest your .r for five years.
How about a Ford crank locking device -
"Safety first" Prices quotedon
application. R. L. Holland. t

1-1l-12-6tc ; F. Joseph Raehn Co.

I am
W. DeLaney Way left for Sanford
yesterday morning to bring back a i

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i WOODS IN THORNTON PARK I Every booster for rood rond. ;" iFORAGE GROCERY CO.
Secretary Dickie, of the Central the section known as the Wot Ot i-t,
"If je have done it unto the least Florida Highway Association, has s- I the Central, the :Middle and the \\\>tern A visit; to our sore will make
of these ye have done it unto me." sued the following statement to the part of the state are directly interested I you a
A very bright milestone in the life newspapers of the state in regard to in matters that will be discussed regular customer.
of Mrs. Woods occurred :Monday evening the plans for gettng out a map of at this meeting, and should

November 8, when the admiring the roads indorsed by the association. now begin making preparations to be Hams, Hams per Ib . . . . . 19c Western I'ork Loins, per Ib. . 23c
friends and neighbors gathered and He urges that the newspapers shoulduse there. "
Sliced Breakfast Bacon in boxes .32c: pare Ribs and Pigtails, Ib
attested the love and admiration in their influence to the per .17c
see that Besides the good roads matters,
toiled Ham, Ib . ... . . .
per Minced Hams per lb. .... . .
which they held this good woman, in roads indorsed are brought up to the word comes from Gainesville that 20cFrankforu
a bountiful ktichen shower.A specifications of hard surfaced roads. preparations are already under way Florida Hound Steak, per lb..15c per lb. ....... . . .l"c
I large crowd assembled to greet His letter follows: for handsomely entertaining: the good Fla. Sirloin and I'orter House, 2 Smoked Bacon, per Ib. ..... .V. .ISc

her on this occasion. Some, however "To the Press of Florida. roads delegates and any friends who Ibs for .... . ....... .... ... .3ocFla. Codfish in Bricks, 2 for .. . . 2Jc::

could not be present but sent "Gentlemen:-This association expects may go along with them, and that Pork, per Ib .... ..........13c Salt Mackerel. 3 for ... ..... . , .25e:
tokens of love and esteem for this in the near future to
get out a town always does the handsome thing
Western Pork Steak, per Ib. ... .25c Strictly fresh eggs per dozen .35c:
good woman. Unfortunately, the highway map of the state of Florida.It in this line.
Best Creamery Butter Ib .
past year, Mrs. Woods has not been will be a map of folder design and One of the interesting features of per 33c:

well-lately very ill-but now some- the various indorsed highways of this the entertainment will be a visit to
what improved. I association will be shown. The high- the University of Florida, affording ---- -- ---- - -- - -- ----

Those present were well entertainedwith ways not completed will be shown if for those who do not already know an
The Eola
instrumental selections by Mrs. they are pledged, but highways that opportunity to see just what the state Packing Company
iValmsley vocal selections by Mrs. have been indorsed and outlined withno has provided in the way of educational ORLANDO FLORIDA.
-' Van Dusen while 1lrs.Vorthle) convulsed prospect of their being completedwill facilities to train her boys for the
the crowd with amusement at hardly receive recognition. professions and for agricultural pur- SpecialtiesCustom
her recitations. Mrs. Walmsley, Sirs.Vbrthley ,I Every county should have a report suits. This alone is worth a trip to
Mrs. Langford and Mrs. prepared to be given at the meetingof Gainesville. Custom Packers Equipment
James D. Webb who had the affair in the association in Gainesville on Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
crarge, wish to extend their hearty December 9, so that the other coun- Growers' Agents
Personal Attention
appreciation for the hearty response ties can see what their neighbors are
f friends and neighbors; also to theaptist doing. We are led to believe that Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
congregation, and Kit Bare som have bene inactive and on ac- for harvesting and packing their crops.
MODERNC for recent donations.ANCER count of this 'lack of road building, I Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
their neighbors may have to be left FLUSH N KIDNEYS KEat PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.

VICTIMS IN \EAR ESTIMATED out, for if a highway can not traverse "'. B. RULE, :Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Ast Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,
AT 80,000 the: route picked out, it will mean that Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
the next good route going around the less meat if you feel Backachy or
Dallas Tex.-Cancer is on the increase uncompleted portion will be accepted Bladder troubles you-Salts is Respectfully SolicitedACCIDENT
in the United States, the disease Each newspaper in the state should fine for Kidneys.Meat .
COTTAGE claiming 80,000 victims last year; jog their cities and counties along so
5,000 more than in the year before. that those acquainted with road con-
forms uric acid which excites
This is on the authority of Dr. Cur. ditions may be prepared to properlyset and overworks the kidneys in their efforts
tis E. Lakeman, of New York, executive forth facts at the convention toe to filter it from the system. Regular eat- HEALTH
secretary for the American Society > held in Gainesville next month. ers of meat must flush the kidneys occa-
for the Control of Cancer. A Other plans are under way to make sionally. You must relieve them like you LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
relieve your bowels; removing all the
paper by him was read before the this meeting a most successful con- acids, waste and poison, else you feel a j I PLATE GLASSPROPERTY
public health section of the Southern vention and within a few days we expect dull misery in the kidney region, sharp

6 rooms Dli n Medical Association's annual convention to be able to announce the program pains. ,in your the back stomach or sick sours headache, tongue, dizziness is- I DAMAGE: WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
which began here today. of this occasion. coated and when the weather is bad you i I I
have rheumatic twinges. The urine is
Mr. Walter Daetwiler the well THE CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGH- cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
known: representative of the Simmons WAY ASSOCIATION often get irritated, obliging you to getup
two or three times during the night.To .
Hardware company St. Louis, spent neutralize these irritating acids Georgia Casualty Company .
One of the most important meetings
yesterday in Orlando calling on the and flush off the body's urinoua waste
hardware trade. Mr. Daetwiler has to take place during the present get about four ounces of Jad Salts
brick k streetS t winter is that of the Central Florida from any pharmacy; take a table-
been traveling through this territoryfor Highway Association which will con spoonful i in a glass of water before break- GEO. A. IIUTCHINSOX, General Agent
a number of years and is very fast for a. few days and your kidneys will
optimistic over the outlook. lie reports vene at Gainesville, on the 9th day of then act fine and bladder disorders dis- Orlando, Florida
business as being on the up December' The association is com- appear. This famous salts is made from
grade all South Florida the posed of more than two thousand the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com- Room 4 and 6 'atkins Block Phone 700
over and
active members who are uniting their bined with lithia, and has been used for
entire state. generations to clean and stimulate sluggish -
wonderful energies toward the crea- kidneys and stop bladder irritation.

5 blocks l k outeast MANY BOATS ARE AT WORK IN tion of a sentiment which will stop at Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and -- --- - -
EVERGLADES NOW nothing short of a system of good makes a delightful effervescent lithia-
water drink which millions of and
roads in this section the first of which men A
women take now and then, thus avoiding Try Sentinel "Want Ad""No
Miami, Fla.-Ten dredges, one land serious kidney and bladder diseases.
excavator and two drill boats are .

now in operation in the Everglades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ._ ,.,_ _ .. .. ._ _. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .._ _ - - - -
canals CLINT BASSPHONE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - "" "" - - - . . . . . I I III'
digging according to the latest t
statement of Chief Drainage EngineerF.
t sineBARGAIN i C. Elliot. The estimate for the S75

month of September showed that half West Jefferson Street Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j
a million yards of earth and rock Successor to
were dug during that month.

Hand Wood Company '
Dr. Uuekmaster arrived home over ,, k:: >> Unless Budded
the A. C. L. hut night at 8:11: after avery Wood of All Kinds Aa a s h ':. w
pleasant! vacation of two weeks
spent with hid form, H. I'I lluckmnstrr PKOMPT SKKMCKKKASOXA11LH ; from Bearingtrees

of Orlando, and l O. 1.. IlurkmitMter PRICK
of St. t'tOUII.ArrnJln N'cwu.

of a known t

91 t $$3000 I Quantity and

E of Pro-

a h -.."--0.W.


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

Carl DannItMlillllMMMIMIMIII REO 1916 Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
$9:>0.00, F. O. B. Orlando
NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

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

Are Here. Let us show you by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

This Wonderful Car five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

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

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

PALMS AUTO CO. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
time and money to bring it into bearing.

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

N. Orange Ave. Phone 400 you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing '
Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.
I .....
Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor iamel's

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

Dr. Henry G. Hanchett I jvay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
1 comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

Pianist and Teacher I!

Adelphi, National Park and Brenau Colleges. II
I Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories. Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas. I
I Choral and Orchestral Societies.
I Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches'!
Conner Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia I
Recitals Cornell Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar Smith and
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs
Lectures in all parts of the country. G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street.
Temporary Address 511 Anderson St. I

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Are and his bride and hope their lives

Taft Fla., Nov. 10In Taft itemsof may be long and happy, and that all
PleasedWhen last week we referred to the paint- their troubles may be little ones. The beautiful winter residence of
ing of Mrs. Hill's house and that N. (Genesis 2:18.) lie will now have an
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Droge, of New !
McKain was the artist who completedthe extra desire to return to Taft in the VEGETABLES! MW&! I
people to us: "We
say job. You made it read "N. Wil- near future for he will not want to j I Haven Conn., which has been in
here because
come we always get
worth." This: is liams completed the job." Where is see his wife freeze in the cold North, (I j course of construction for several
our money's the similarity between McKain and but bring her to the land of sunshine j I weeks, on Lake Conway, has been
said to us frequently.It Williams and why were those thusly. 'and flowers, and unalloyed: happiness. 1 completed and is now ready for oc- Fresh every morning. Come and look them over or
has been the policy of the
i I Mr. and Mrs. S. Rizk. of Orlando, 'cupancy. The furniture is now en
Model in the past to try and deserve Had you seen Budweiser I might have phone 3 or 200 and we will give you our list.White .
in their route and its arrival will
seen the reason! i were town Monday inspecting upon be
such praise as this. It will new building which is being erected.A taken out immediately and everythingput
C. II. Nelson and Geo. K. Thomaswere
be its in the future. It has
policy in Orlando Saturday.N. delegation consisting ofIrs.. in first class shape for :Mr. Droge Rose GoodsJust J
' been successful.
McKain and Mrs. Hill transacted Belle ..herIrs.. :\1.1.. Ditter. Mrs. and family, who are expected about
We knfw when we give a ladyor business in Orlando Friday. W. G. Sphaler Mrs. A. E. Boyce the first of the month.
gentleman good meal for 25
cents that they a are getting their, The Rizk building is assuming pro- Mrs. Gartmann and others went to The residence presents a strikingly l received another shipment of these famous
Orlando this morning to attend the handsome appearance overlookingLake
portions and will be an important ad ,
full value for their money. dition to Palm avenue.C. W. C. T. U. convention.The Conway, and adjoins the summer goods. Fresh Country Eggs, Tea and Coffee.
If they choose one of our 15 Avery has painted and otherwise sound of the saw and hammeris cottage. ofIr.. II. Carl Damn, ';
cent specials it is the same. i .___ _ _
added to his new garage and store heard in every direction now, new who sold half of his "camp site" to' .e 0 0 _
If we serve them something buildings repairing and painting the general superintendent of the I!
house, which gives it going
from our short order list and a very neat ap- WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
on lively. Watch us grow. New York, :New Haven & Hartford
charge them a reasonable price pearance.Kev. It. J. Brewer continues to improve railroad. _.. ._
for it satisfied and ----=====-- : -- ---- -:--==---
they arc so OAKLAND NtiWS NOTES The building is two stories high,
(he can not help<< it in the pure II I
are we. and healthy air of Taft) and soon will Fla., Nov. and contains eight rooms, besides reception -!i
fresh Oakland 10.-Miss Ber-
day. Oysters are every be able to resume his labors as our!(I nice Wren of Clermont arrived the hall, I bathroom and ('lo*l.tM. It I Our Grocery CompanyTwo
is modern in particular and the
spiritual director. He took a hurt first of the week to join her sister every
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ride yesterday.A Miss'era.. work was done by :Messrs. Larson I & Phones: 3 and 200
Townsend, of this ,
large delegation of our citizens A nephew of Mrs. S. B. Hull came city in a manner |
I'went to Pine Castle last Sunday tohoar :Thursday from Atlanta to make his that leaves nothing more to be ile- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
the sermon by Itev. Dr. Paulson home with her for the winter and sired.
The Model Cafe at the new llaptist church.C. work at the Citrus Exchange.The .
II. Nelson The want ad's the thing.,
was looking for business I Citrus Exchange at Tilden-
and information in Orlando Mon I\1lle. under the efficient managementof , . M , ..MMMMMMMMMMMMMtORLANDO M
Parlor day.News I Mr. G. S. Hall', started llts reason's
Best and
has just been received that work Monday. Promptest
Kev. A. M. Ash. the former hi h1)1 Julian Saddler arrived home Saturday ,
esteemed pastor! of the M. l:. fiuni Icn\er) Colo. His many Auto Livery
iIISM Margaret It. Hamilton nt Tnft, now the pastor of the M. I K.: friends wpie glad, to welcome him anti l lto
church nt New Hi,'emeu' N. 1'., had' hear that bin brother" !Douglas!!, U Service
for prevent located at 107 S. Or rommlUpil, fin-(iiu, that IN not the' doing \\ell. '

nnae! Ave. WUftlt-htatt'"II1I1)' that U better. Mr*. :Sallie! .shim, of Miami, \vn* '! PASSENGER ROOFING
IIU utcutni|,lice lit the act was. Mlno (the f'ut'I'l,! of Mr I *. J. C. H..I.I".1t for ANtSIiEE1"
I.utl'l'f't'' t.t l>?xtr, N. Y., whole pvrrnl tidy l last week. Mm Aslant '
\ 'inrhlimiril in the, "1It'lIt) > Tin? public and nil former it \ery entlmuMe)' of whom "it \I..* filll'll"< |, having been (the jiioprMor' of'BUICK' CM -
patron' Imltcd to call.V iiiMi) | ""iMe to H'ettk' tun highly of her the (Orange) hotel, M many may re, i: r _
work in the church, choir, and It" member.\ j Metal Slate Tile Tin
junior friiiierlutfiulent' \ \ in the Sunday Mr I and I Mm I J. C. Hobinaon and We call anywhere at any time I , Asbestos
11 V Auto LiveryPhone school I and all church unit l $<>'| Mr( ROll Mrs. t: work," Urn Ash was old enough to Winter Garden friends enjoyed a '
.Gordon's Transfer Co
632 know .better (the age of the bride i:* .picnic on Johns lake last Friday in Cornices Skylights..Dealing. Venlllallng. Mrtal Ceilings
unknown of course), but the whole honor of Mrs, Azlam.
1 J. CAHTEH, Orlando, Fla. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
{community especially his former congregation Mrs. (J. C.'kk and Mrs. J. I.
) Two Cars in Service for Day or Post No. 37, Dept of Florida Cross who were both under the doc- ( HAULING OF ALL KINDS I Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO
.' G. A. R... of which he is a val- tor's care last week, are much improved i i
Night Calls I ued member and the W. K.: C. No. C, ). we are glad to report. |I Spnn'n; Want Ads Pay. I

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THE unusual interest and inquiry manifested in the Instantaneous Automatic -

Method of heating water has prompted us to set aside this

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

important subject will be given iri detail so that everyone will have an

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

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

day household routine-how it increases intimate personal comfort and

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

idea of the highest development of this art, a complete line of
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instantaneous Automatic Water Heaters

f will be displayed in operation and demonstrated daily during the entire

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

'?' j'A every purse-for every purpose-and whether you live in an humble

pi I cottage or a large palatial residence, there is a Ruud to meet your

C particular requirements, the only difference being in the capacity and

o initial cost of heaters Every woman who dqsifes to tnalto housekeeping

p \ & easy, thorough and economical l, or anyone who wiihei

t Inexpensive?, reliable hot water at a turn of the fnuect will bo

\\\ thoroughly rtIf\ltllJy attending this demonstration and Inltpectf -

,- a . I, \1I\\ Ing thli marvelous device. A wftt@r. heater ipeclallst will 1 bo

:'k ,._ b in ftU@ndine@toulvoyou@xpQrtAdvlcoAndtotoll'oudftfl.o

, - \ J nitely l the cost of Perfect Hot Water Service for your home.
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Are there any boys in your home ARRIVE I NEVER FAllDOWN !
Do you wish to hate your boys at- Among the pioneer winter residents THEY
tend Sunday school? If so, send themto arriving in the city yesterday afternoon I
State Hank corner at 7 o'clock to- on train No. 8D over the Coast
night and let them join the H. M. 1'. Line was Mr. P. B. Martin, who has
Athletic Club. been absent from Orlando all summer -
The aptist-t't hoJist-I're.byterian dividing his time between pointsin AND ASKED WHAT I'D ADVISE HER TO
Athletic Club will be composed of Pennsylvania, Wilmington, Del.,
boys between 14 and 18 years of age and Washington D. C.lr.: Martin BIRTHDAY
and any boys of this age can receive has been coming to this city for the
the full benefits from the gymnasium past twenty-five years and upon his
work games etc., by joining one of arrival was greeted with a continuous "GIVE HIM A BOX OF PIEDMONTS: I1 REPLIED\

the three classes of boys-t'itht'r: reception by many friends '

Duckworth's class in the :Methodist IH E LL LIKE\ THEM BETTER THAN AN I
Sunday school the class of Mr. S. E. SPENDING: THIRD WINTER HERE
I\e'!, Jr., in the Presbyterian Sunday ,
school, or :Mr. Phillips' class in the Mr. and Mrs! J, W. Clarke have ar
HaptUt Sunday nrhuol. rivrd in Orlando to spend their third
We hate rented u room which the winter at their home, 714 West!!
club will At up for u 1t'ItUiullhlh1 and Church street They are from New
each clash' will ttrgntiUe n basket ball ('""tit', I'd., und have Inn II)' friend.
"'11111, and other \\'""" in M-naon. \\'" here who lire pimped to nee toent.Mr. ) .
will\ HUu have it union rump thin Hunt= .'('latku says Unit en route\ tll thin
rtier, nltu lecture, -U\, front thm to city he met ninny |I"'I.I| l who WIT
time. 'ullllll& this way, anti that nil the BEST VIRGINIA
Wet are now winking under' the direction train south limuidert crowded He TOBACCO
of:Mr. Greene; |hylful' directorof reports that H number of IVnniylvu.
KolliMS College, und will give un nians will come to Florida this: season /
exhibition about the tint. of the year. front his ht-ction. i ' '
All lioya will !he required! to attend THE CIGARETTE

Sunday school at least three Sundays G. W. Knight, representing the j
out of each month; so parents send HuLLs & Corning Paper company, of IBaltimore i QUALITY
jour boys we will keep them interested spent several hours in j
and them in Sunday school. ..
keep Winter Park yesterday introducing ..
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the products of his concern to the local -[ \ VALUABLE
INSPECTING OIc.COUXTY'S trade. This was Mr. Knight's first i
ROADS trip to Winter Park and he seemed '
well pleased with the town. :< :- ; EACH PACKAGE r"1i
Several of Seminole county's prom- AIRSHIP"r

inent and influential citizens were in I a7i ysu .BnccoCo
Orlando yesterday. They were making Add To The Ap-i
a general tour of inspection of
the grouted brick highways of Orange
county. Those of the party, whom pearance i

the Sentinel scribe was fortunate i y
enough to meet expressed themselvesas and value of your home by put S4 NrMNn

being well pleased. County Com- ting down good concrete side-
missioners I... P. Hagan, L. A. Drum- walks. yYy /..
fOur i
ley, C.V.. Entzmniger and Editor 11 x.rIIM.1.-
Holley, of the Sanford Herald were workmen are mechanics I r 4
members of the party. with experience and ability.
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KETUKNS TO OKLANDO I All work guaranteed to be I II 1 't.,xx N.r 0
I first-class and satisfactory.Call ; 1
Bishop Cameron :Mann head of the
and get our low figures on :
Episcopal; diocese of Southern Florida, I'ti.. r.MM -'
all classes: of concrete work. O
who has been spending the past several -
days in Fort Mjers attending to '
official matters in connection with the IOk\\
church work in this section returnedthis ORLANDO CONCRETE
morning to his home at Orlando. WORKS k5cfltb
While in the city Bishop Mann was ;
:Manufacturers of Concrete
the guest of Capt. W. F. Gwynne.
Fort Myers Press. Products I

107 Long St. Phone 193; I ,
Advertise in the Sentinel. II I

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This message is to the women of Orlando and vicinity who are contemplating the purchase of New Furniture, Rugs, Stoves, Glassware ,....: .
Dishes and other housefumlshmgs.VJth a view of unloading our floors of this mammoth high grade stock of merchandise i. "".:::?".. '
in the short space of 30 days we offer our entire stock at sensational reductions. io-.t. -
Chair Value It is easy to economize on the luxuries of life but here is a chance to economize on necessities, which is PRACTICAL economy.
The Big $10.00 Big $10.00 Chair Value
Now .. .. . ... ... :. The list of women who have taken advantage of this sale for the most part are women of some means, who know and appreciate :
$7.48 Now...... .,.... ..... .$..48
the value of a dollar. Such women never miss the chance to save 10, 15 or 25; per cent-and that's what made them well to do.

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m\: tr'l'H'UI. muss: mi: s'the
I Cuurunti-vd; Kind
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and Ice Boxes
$lr.UH"hlt'. :Sale I'rice-----------------------------------$ 9.IK) Value, Sale Price---------------------------------$2.7&
:2: :allOIl'lIlu,'. Sale !Price .._uhuUuuu_______ :21./10: / 1:;.OO Refrigerator: Sale Price__________..._____.._________ 11.9IS '-" li.flO'alul', Sale l'rice-------------------------------------- C.25
4.VM; ( Value. Sale Price _-______________ _._h___ _h___ :TC.O: .00 Refrigerator Sale Price ____uhpUU __- *_ u _ 11-Tfi; "' ,00 Value, Sale I'rice-------------------------------- ___ e.g.:
60.00' Value, Sale l'rice-------------------------------- 37.:"iO; 21.00 Refrigerator Sale I'rice------ I".""' O.CO Value, Sale Price--------------------------------. k.; 7.08

Our Lack of Space Prevents Us Giving Price of But a Few of the Many Bargains. You Must Visit Our Store To ,

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

0 Hand & Son : :

The Home Outfitters I

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For: One I>a>: _______230 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10 000 PEOPLE for Jix Dabs VTFb______ 7..c
lor Thr 'e Days 50c I or line Month _______3230FARMLAHDSrGROVES

FOR RENT-Rooms for light housekeeping BUYERS AND SELLERS I The hired girl has went-she was
/ ; also furnished bed rooms; I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real hired, she was tired, she was fired; I
two blocks from postotrice Apply 209 estate. Have resided in Orlando, Flsu, i
Palmetto street. 11-6-6t* over 30 years. Have handled over but smile-jou can get; another by
I 20000000. Call and see me. I using our want ad. column.Convinced.
FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

nished rooms with private family,
close in. 302 North Orange avenue. TRACY & SO\IERVILLE-Carpen-"
((11Th 11-7-1moc ters and cabinet makers. Screen

doors and windows, frames, sleeping FOR SALEA
porches, counters, shelving, showcases "Yes," said the speciaiist, as he
FOR RENT Furnished I
suite, two or I' stood by the sick
4r three refrigerators, alterations and contractor "I can
connectnig for
rooms light "
additions. We keep a number of cure you.
housekeeping Also single rooms. I skilled workmen constantly on hand \\hat will it cost," asked the sick
108 Summerlin Place, the
near court ,
r 18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo man faintly."Ninetyfive
house. 11-7-61 I : dollars" fine lot 55 ft.
by ft.
A GOOD INVESTMENTIs 'I "You will have to shade jour pricea on
FOR RENT- Attractive business I one that will yield a guaranteed j little," replied the contractor. "I
room. See II. R Berry', at the Ford income for ten years. We handle in- got a better bid from the undertaker." i i] West St.
S. $2200.C.
Garage. 11.11-tf come investments yielding 8 per cent The specialist stood pat on his price ,' .
net regularly. Real Estate Bonds, and his competitor got the job. ]
FOR RENT-Large room good loca- Mortgages and Income Investments.Your \\'e are specialists in our line of I
tion, close in. Apply 212 E. Jack- money should yield 8 per cent work and sanitary conditions prevail I
I son, or phone 406 11-10-6tc in Florida. A B. Cook &. Co, Orlando. It will pay you to stay on the safe I

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FOR SALEA I WANTED PUBLIC, with seal. I makea I Orlando A. HOVEY
specialty of deeds, mortgages, .
BARGAINTen leases contracts etc. Price reasonable I
$3,500 very I
WAr-.7ED-To list all kinds of
prop- Mrs II B. Leake 43 East I
acre young grapefruit grove, erty for sale or rent. I am having < Steam LaundryFRENCH
I Pine street. Phone 17> 11-9-ImocFIRST
two and a half in bearing, new four manp applications for houses, fur- ]
room cottage and bath, garage, chicken nished and unfurnished I will be GEO. T. lil'l.L CO. I DRY CLEANFBSLAUNDERERS 'i
yards and houses; one mile from glad to list what you have.Irs.. I
Phone 10;) Rock Bldg.. Room
city limits just off brick road. 11. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. I
Call and if interested in
OWNER, P. O. BOX 676 Phone 179 10-8-dw-lmo. estate! Usell see us or exchange 3'1 PHONE 88
11 C Imc
Rentals attended
rty carefully to. I
\\ .KNTEI)--\ !mall cash register,one : 11-y-Imoc
FOR SALE-3 cows, one fresh _ivi i I that registers oc. to $1. Must bea I
.Litt t ter" I- tth& 2tlic1
ing 3 gallons per day; nice familyor bargain Address Cash Register! CLASS Parisian! Dressmaker I' :
dairy cows. 10 W. Concord avtnue care Sentinel. l1IOIt.1LOST ; I and designer! Will take engagement :; :; -
11-11-3tc by day, or at home. Tremont
hotel 1l-)-6t.
FOR SALE-Three good lots on jKidgewood j I
avenue, near Lake Eola r\PEK HINGING
Will sell separate if desired A bargain LOST-On Monday, October 2"; be- For $700 I will paper any ordinary
if taken at once, as the owner tween Robinson Springs and Orlando size room Over 500 selections to
needs the mone}'. Inquire at 0 E. MI east road between :Maitland choose from. I do painting also at .O
Church street. 10;JO-1m* t ti i and Winter Park one Fisk red top reduced prices. Phone 261(; or dropme

I i 14x4 automobile tire mounted on rim" a postal and I will do the rest.G. RLANDCCement -'--.-
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good A communication from the finder will C. Schultz, Box 383: Orlando.
condition. Write Box 5G7. be> greatly appreciated by D. A. Che- MO-31-lmo
9-23-lfc ney, Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, Drink Elder Spring Water See or Agatite Plaster and Lime
LOST-Small open faced watch on phone Geo. T. Hull &. Company, Rock
and unfurnished. Also
pin, between Lake Lucerne and the bjilding Phone 105. 10-16-tfc
some splendid lota Call and see what Empire hotel Monogram L. B L. on
I have to offer before you buy or Return to Orlando Bank and Spring
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pins Trust Co. and receive reward. Delivered every day- '
street or 312 liroadway. Phone 17V. 113tfc.OST Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &
10-8-dw.lrno" Company, Rock 'Juilding. Phone 105.
10.)(;-tr c.
Hill SALE-A MONEY MAKER -The young man who was Men

Furnished 14 room House, on brick to pick up A diamond ,brooch at Umbrella ..*ev.rd and repaired
Orange! City Junction Tuesday' night!
street, arranged for light housekeep will return name to thin office and "while you wait" ax Younjr'a! Repair
location lure
Splendid Ave. receive reward. 11.11.:1t.lIISCELI4ANEOUS : Shop, 21 E. Pin 6t.A
Terms Ownor, 10 W. oncord
U.1. .3mo.
TOR SALE-: -An elegant parlor or-
Can, only $:J5! co't $K:>0. Come and! I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting
get it h::J: North Orange avenue, citrus trees. All trees I Pet guar. Individual with anything to sell A Bath In A Tea Kettleis
Orlando. li.fi-(.tc anteed. Write for prices. Box 222:: or trade can successfully find a buyeror
SAt Ocoee, Fla. 10-24.Imoc trader without the aid of the Sentinel
FOR : OR lU'NT-Nic6 home, want ads. Remember that its
furnished, ten rooms, bath, sleeping LAWN MOWERS sharpened and circulation represents five-sixths of a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time
porch; well located); only two blocks repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
from business center; desirable neighborhood Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc the Orlando community. .1 and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water.
Apply F. G. Rush.
11-b-tfc - ---- -- And yet lots of folks still put up with'this annoyance because they do not realize the

FOR S.\LESEEUSNatal i II PROFESSIONAL CARDS II I economy of a Gas Water Heater.

Grass Seed guaranteed gathered
ripe, well cured, and will germinate -
if our planting instructions are A Gas Water Heater
foUo"t'Cl.IOc.. Ib., delivered, cash Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW
with order. Globe Fruit Co.. Ltd. ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW

Leesburg, Lake Co.: Fla, l-4-7tc Means Comfort, Economy, ConvenienceIt's

FOR SALE-Several Mulhns' new Phone 617
steel row boats, just the thing for No. 4 West Pine Sreet !

fishing or pleasure. P. G. Winston, Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is
Clermont, Fla 11-10-3t
Phone 161
worth Building. out.
FOR SALE-Nice six room cottage
in good repair, on brick paved Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us
street; lot 'j x5.: : Awfully cheap at DAVIS I
1 $1,275 E. C. Young, Room 10, Mc- & GILES talk it over with you.ORLANDO.

Neill 11-10-3tc&. Davis block. Phone 5CU. Victor Starbuck ATTORNEYSATLAWPhone

FOR SALE-Steel grey mare mule ATTORNEYATLAWPhone 72
16 hands high, heavy built, sound I
and gentle, 15 years old. Geo. \\'orser 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,- WATER & LIGHT CO
R. F. D. No. 2, two miles northof
Orlando on the Apopka road.11113t' & McNeill Bloc
No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland Fla

FOR SALE-Rare opportunity six F. A. PEPPERCORN
room bungalow, lot 621-2x200,
fruit, chicken house, barn; splendid
location; rent to apply on purchase BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
price which is low in order to make
sale. Apply 501 Magnolia Phone 37
11-11-6t. R. RAY WHITE

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Room 44
FOR RENT-A good ten room un- & SALLAS
furnished house with modern conveniences Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
and well ventilated; just the 208 Boone Street --- '"
thing for a boarding house; located) in
a prosperous, growing town Applyto Phone 597.
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FOR RENT-By the season month, L. Percival Hutton
or year, one upstairs flat for light DR. N. L. BRYAN

housekeeping; also other rooms, and 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y
garage electric lights and bath in
house Apply 300 East Conc< rd ave. ARCHITECT
McNeill-Da\is: Building, Orlando
FOR II-XT-Xiccly furnished rooms, Rooms 2 and 3-
in new, modern home; one-hall Florida.
block from Anderson street, near St. Yowell-Duckworth Bldg FLORIDAAll
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for Member F. A. A. ,
the season 406 Margaret street.
10-29.lf .

Dr. F. F. Thompson
room, First Methodist church; tele-

phone street. 221, or all 14 East 10-20-tfc Jackson Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly the leading varieties Orange and Grape-

TO RENT--New house jut completed PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
containing two and three room I WORK
suites, furnished; sunny and 115; SOUTH ORANGE .. .. .. ..
ive, with large piazzas. Also attract-I prices .. .. .. ..
of four or five sunny' rooms, HAL A. IRISH Over Curtis & O'Neal's
unfurnished bath and
or ;
' Inquire at 200 West Concord electrics'l. ,! Civil Engineer
10-JO-12t* -

FOR RENT-Light housekeepingrooms i; 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando Fla.

; also flat, if taken bv the I i i et
season; no children; electric lights, 1
city water and bath. Terms reasonable i I Phone 72

avenue. Phone 680. 10 West 11--12tc Concord: Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest |

FOR RENT-Furnished, pleasant |I Paul V. Hutchins DR. OPTOMETRIST U H. RAMSDELl prices; to the above address

suite of light housekeeping rooms, Attorney and Counsellor at Law' ORLANDO . FLORIDA
on first floor; bath in connection; elec-
tric lights and telephone; garage if I WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSH 1

, desired; private family. 312 North !Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KLVDS OF
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Mr. P. E. Congdon, of Springfield, I
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Al1Cler Orlando.Mr. .

: and Mrs. T. M. :Mink were
cj among the well known citizens from ;
Oakland spending yesterday in Or- ;

Special week-end sale. 2;i per cent.
of! on all wall papers' for rest of the
IN'COItl'OltATKU 1893 week Finley's Pioneer Court and Prepare for
Pine, 1'hohe 07. 1-11-t2-2tc
THE Mss! M. A. t Kepler haa! teturheil to
Orldhilo front Ohio to epehil the w-Niter '
STATE BANKOF With tier filter 1 Mrs l'. NVNo 1'11\\11-
"eIHI, .M. t lyrist i'ihe ell eel, 1"f" AUTUMN Of LIFE"By
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1 Mf, Wm. I', Illa l4aly, the merchant
f/ ORLANDO 1Twantytwu l'filJ' .. i4 Oe", \\1Ii ill l)11141910tarday ) ' P'!> -l 1

years' atpetieace m the adairs of .In "iti')1f' buainaaa and 1 IHeetinlf =
to measure and rot thneeda
flanking enables" \IiI:
saving a definite
of our customer RIPE in Uamnck's Jilnex Jlua one
( endeavoredto
bank has
The management of this hour, J2 miles for 30c 8-?ii-Hc
I pursue progressive policy' to te hl.eral. w I amount each week. We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate Mr. Harry Hoot, one of Plant City's
several Letus
lines of banking. sterling young citizens, was in Or- plans.

THE \FETY AND CHARACTER OF lando yesterday to attend the Cham- explain them
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS ber of Commerce meeting.

Messrs. D. K. Clippenger and S. C.
Officers Stello, representative citizens of Live -

LOUIS C. MASSEY _-President Oak, were among the business visitorsto
T. PICTON WARLOW -Vice-president Orlando yesterday.

S. WATERS HOWE -CashierS The Peoples National Bank"It
NEWELL _Asst. Cashier 7/ Savings checks are accepted as cashin
the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tl Is A Pleasure To Serve You"Mi

, Mr. N. J. Thompson, one of the
leading citizens and horticulturists of
Frost Proof, was among the out of
town visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

I Ed. L. Green, the well known
II commission merchant of New York,
is again in the city and is making his
headquarters at the San Juan hotel.

I. J. MUSTA1U). the chiropodist;
Have You Noticed? Office over McrJIroy: a drug More.I .
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Mr. JclTcrton Thomas, the head of "IIII"II'I'III'IIIIIIIIIII"III'I'I'I' " "I't N+s M4N....e .MNN..
Impossible to keep Haynes or Hup- the Thonum AdvcrtUliig ugritcy.Jack
aunville, was among the prominent
mobiles on the floor. Better order Floridians spending >'v.tfr Iay ip Orlando

\Vuteh for Neil of the :-UV' )". He \101
coming ll-ll-tf ,.

Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom Mr. and Mrs Otis II. Dana, of SPECIAL
Brookline, Mass., have arrived in Or-
lando and are making their home at
the San Juan hotel during their so- Hudson 33 Touring Car
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18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 6c. Excellent Condition

Miss Agnes Ellen: Harris, state supervisor -
i $325.00 .
of the ladies' canning club
work, was in Orlando yesterday from
Tallahassee, a guest at the San Juan

IL Fish M. Self and& oysters Co.; received MO-6-tfe dally. | | San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando

New Ford Home Dl r. 8. C. Itaird, Florida passenger
agent of the Illinois Central ruilrumt! t
, Now Open "Petnlnole LltnlleJn\ nltunn the -Day tonaMMMMM
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They ware very 1leased

'MaHe this Ford Home Your .Ford Home" with Orwnge county's---- bricK roada Who Will Be Your Executor?

Watch for Neil of the Nav)'. He id:

F. G. RUSH coming. U-Jl-tf ANSWER NO 2

:Messrs.: Elmer E. Cline and Earl C. .
Your estate may be materially impaired as a i 't;;
May, representing the Commercialclub '
direct result of the appointment of an executor { { .
of Auburndale, were in Orlando
trustee. I
() yesterday attending a meeting of the
South Florida Chamber of Commerce. When an individual is appointed

.1111111111111111111111111111111111111..lllllliII11 The financial responsibility is generally weaker. 1 ;
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. ;
1 18-18-tf It is usually provided in wills that the person .',;. I 1 t'r
nominated to serve as er..cutor shall be excused 4 ,l x
:Miss: Nettie J. LaFontaine, of Sher- from giving bonds.

Have Your Christmas burne, N. Y., has purchased throughthe When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense
Geo. T. Hull Realty company, a of the estate, and then only partial secu- i"x f4d 2i3
beautiful, home on West Robinson avenue -
and with her father will make it rity against loss is provided. t} s
ReservedThe I
Selections their future home. When a Trust Company is selected- t ..

The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility r',. t; .
Young men's !suits 110,-'''' Norfolk, is secured. _
payment of a small deposit on any article will in. nil M)lcs and fabrics: juvenile vestee
suits nnd Mouse,: full line troupers A bond which has behind it the entire financial
sure its being held for you until you want it later on. peg a
hats children's and l -, Institution is filed with 3
: ; furnishing strength of the always
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from gootU. J. C. Anno the Boys' the Probate Court .( .n rout to the estate .
our stock while it is still complete without anticipatingyour Clothier. 45: West Church street. k "
readiness to pay. l1-l1..Uc Answer! N'o. 3 will appear in a subsequent! issue t tv3' , -

We invite you to take full advantage of this otter, Among. the winter resident returnIng of this n..W'pBptr.Come sat;
and to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase. s
Orlando In.t
to evening over the
Atlantic Count Uno'r :\1 r. nndMm. in any time and freely ask for further t
: Samuel Jones and maid who information on thin vitally important nuhjecl t4
huM spent a most enjoyable\ 'Untnttt You are always welcome and our otflc na are sb) ,
nt ))1.11'roon, I'u. They rcupying '' oc- ease glad to advUe. !
their pretty horn at 120AmelU :: East;

T. H. EVANS avenue.DoctorsBuekimister The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JE WELER'.I.I..t.I..I..1.'I..I & I l'lIIlIliI l ift.!! Orlando Florida

Personal Instruction OSTEOPATHS under Or. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000,00
at RlrkiYUl, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples!
I -- --- .. .. National Bank. Phone 578. .. . . . ... .... '.... ..... .. ..... ... ., '.,, ,........ '... '

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