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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00560
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. NUMBER 236.


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:AS CHURCHILL RESIGNS SIR EDW. GREY






ASSERTS ENGLAND WILL FIGHT TO ENDENGLAND



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DOWN SWORD WILL NOT UNTIL LAY ANNUAL OPENING CASE OF PERSECUTIONSAYS DEPT. HAS


THE END OCALA STAR j iSTATE RUSSIANS s OPEN G GENERALQFFENS1YE



ENGlAND WILL STICK WITH ALLIES OFTHE ORLANDO t RECEIVED MANYREQUESTS

W. C. T. U. ARRESTS CONCEIVED I

Peace Can Come Only on Termsas BY "WETS" WHO t AROUND RIGA

PLANNED FOR A "GRAND
Agreed Upon Last Year COlfCLUB I|
1
STAND PLAY" WHICH FIZ- -

-Churchill OutWIXSTOX Is Now WAS LARGELY ATTENDED ZLED. GEORGIA WILL BE DRY ON KAMMERN AND: ANTIG CAPTURED

Discussing the recent arrests of THAT TilE U. S. GUARANTEE : AFTER ELEVEN

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -PILAU DINNER AND delegates to the W. C. T. U. State SAFETY OF SHIPS MAY 1ST 1916 DAYS BATTLE

+ CHURCHILL RE- + DANCING Convention, which came to a close -
FROM SEIZURE
+ SIGNSBULLETIN + yesterday, by Marion county officials, GERMAN

+ + the Ocala Star had the following to TERMS OF A COMPROMISE LOSSES ON COAST HEAVY

+ ( ): London, Nov. + WILL ENLARGE THE GOLF COURSE E say in regard to the sensation: I I C COTTON T SHIPPERS ARE ANXIOUS REACHED TODAY BY THE -

+ 12.-Winston Churchill, chancel- + Plain Case of Persecution Russian
+ lor of the Duchy of Lancasterin + President Investigation of this case shows WARRING FACTIONS IN Warships Co-operate

+ the coalition cabinet, and for- + Way Stated That the that it was a plain case of spite-a Winnebago Case Brings Forth THE GEORGIA LEGISLA i With Land Forces in Effectively -
picayunish and pitiful attempt of the"wets"
Course Would
+ mer first lord of the admiralty, + Be Increasedto to persecute a little bunch of Requests--Demands of the TURE. BombardingCoast

+ has handed his resignation to + 18 Holes.-Many New prohibitionists who have been going Positions
+ Premier Asquith. + around the county for the last few Government to Be Atlanta, Ga., Nov. .-Georgia will

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + MembersThe other months holding medal contests and Backed Up become dry May 1 next because of
London
temperance exercises.A Nov. 12.-The Russians
annual opening of the Orlando few days ago, a party of these the terms of a compromise reached have opened a general offensive in the
London, NOT. 12.-Secretary Sir people, on their way to hold a contestat Washington, Nov. 12.-The demandof today by the warring factions in the
Country Club occurred last evening Courland and have gained important
Greenwood, passed by the big Ken- house.
Edw. Grey today made this written the American Trans-Atlantic
under the most auspicious circum- dig grove at Sparr. The boys in the Prohibition I successes, according to news reaching
reply to the parliamentary question: stances. More than one hundred party, as boys will, went into the Steamship company for a guaranty measures abolishing here tonight.
"In view the : and gathered from the state locker clubs, near beer saloons, and
our conditions of members and guests attended the grove a few oranges. department that its The Germans have been driven from
peace must fulfill those laid down by They had no idea of stealing or doing seamer Winnebago would not be I sure enough liquor shipments will be I
event which was in the nature of Kammern, and Antig, west of
a anything the sly in fact
; a ,
the prime minister November man seized by the British has changed to become effective May 1
on 9, pilau dinner followed by informal en- supposed to be in charge of the grove, precipitatedmany Schlock, it is officially announced in
1914. It is very desirable that it tertainment and dancing. It was a was in plain view, and offered no ob- I similar requests. nistead of January 1, and the filibUS- Petrograd, and between Riga and

should be understood at and for ieetion. Most of these come from the ter which has been delaying their .__ ___ .____
once cotton .
brilliant .'It.....n.. +J. (...!. ... # +.. : 1... ..
social affair in every sense Mr. Carlton I "''<' ; .u. A.U'"' UUO:'" U'
all time that this is the determinationof superintendent of the shippers of the South. passage will be dropped.
of the word. grove, however, has been much annoyed been penetrated.The .
the government, and There are letters and Under the bills shipments will be
collectively tele-
many
Aside from the social spirit the by having oranges taken by recapture of Kammern and
individually, and of the nation." feature of the evening the state- genuine thieves, and was not aware grams to Secretary Lansing in which limited to one-half gallon of whiskey, Antig came after a terrific battle
Sir Edward Grey declared that was of the identity of the boys. On occasion shippers cite the last note of this one gallon of wine, and 48 bottles of
ment made by Y. Way lasting eleven days, in which great
S. presidentof of visit to
a Sp
rr immediatelyafter beer
to individual
Great Britain's position in the country to Great Britain any during
war the club, who said that within the the occurrence, he spoke of the : as a reason any bodies of troops fought at close gripsin
was fixed by her alliance with Japan, next year the nine hole golf course incident, and said some of the raiding why the United States should guaran- thirty days, and it is made unlawfulto the vast swamps along the coast.
and Russia. parties should be tee their vessels advertise or solicit orders in
The arrested.
France; question would be increased to eighteen holes against seizure.In any Not only in the Riga region but
hie**evoked his Some prominent "wets" heard of way.
w statement announcing that it does
was not
put and that an effort would be made to the affair, and conceived the brilliant rec- also before Dvinsk have the Russians
by Sir Arthur Markham a Liberal. outrival anything in the South. This idea that they could make a grand- ognize the British orders in council, succeeded in pressing the Teutons
stand shippers declare, this ARRESTED FOR ILLEGAL SEINING -
statement was greeted with applause.He play by annoying and humiliat-- country puts itself back.
Survivors Land ing this little bunch of temperance on record in a position where it
also stated that about twentyfivenew workers. So An advance near Illuxt and Pris-
they swarmed
Rome, Nov. 12.-One of four life members had been taken into the Sparr in a couple of big autos down and to must guarantee to Americans that I Game Warden E. C. McDowell on tane is reported tonight by Petrograd.

boats of the Ancona, still to be accounted club since the last annual meeting. set the machinery of the l law in mo- their cargoes and vessels will not be Thursday apprehended several white While the Germans are bending

for, landed yesterday at Cape Following the pilau dinner, which tion.Warrants seized.In men seining in Ryall's lake. They their efforts to regain their lost posi-

Bari with 27 survivors from the sunken was served by Messrs. J. D. Barnes, stable Civils were sent sworn all the out way and to Con-Or- the case of the Winnebago, Sec- were arrested and bound over to the tions around Boersemuende farm they

liner, according to a Naples agency Allan Weathersbee, DeWitt Miller, L. lando to arrest the offenders. Of retary Lansing again today indicated next term of the criminal court which have been repulsed with heavy losses.

line, in a telegram received here to B. Fort, and W. S. Branch, the guests course, they could have been arrested that this government is powerless to meets in Orlando on the first of January I' Piles of German dead are stacked be-

night.AMERICANISARRESTED. I(were asked to assemble in the ball a when telephone they returned messal'e. woukl just as have well cu m or_ guarantee;_ ..I -1.--.. that: __the___ _vessel' _,_ will. .not..be 1916.CLOSING. fore the Russian trenches.
room. President Way then presidedand moned them all to- Sparr- without a ocwcu' u'tu' n walS ODwunea unaer the German losses along the coast are

introduced the various entertainers. warrant. But that wouldn't have registry challenge by Great Britain. also said to be heavy.

been a grandstand play.So The latter country, if she challenges VI.C.T. USESSION Russian warships competed with
Mr. Civil went all the to ownership will be within
way its rights in
The hit of the land forces in
evening was scored Orlando and arrested the desperadoes effectively bombardingcoast
by the male quartette, consisting of -two women and two boys, not one seizing the vessel and holding it untila positions.

John WT. Dekay Well Known Messrs. Donald Cheney, W. C. Essing- of whom probably ever committed a prize court has determined whetherit 'Large Audience Hears Diamond

Financier Held in London ton J. R. Yearby, and H. M. Voorhis, came genuine offense back against the law. They is "enemy owned." Medal Contest Orations; VISITING ORLANDO AFTER AN
I on to Ocala quietly enough i It is the of
Without Bail; Frauds the latter presiding at the piano. in their own car, went to Sparr,where position the state department Miss Webb of Braden- ABSENCE OF EIGHT YEARS

Charged The "Stein Song," and other selec- :\ Carlton, as soon as he found out I'I'fr. I that if the Winnebago is town Winner
,
I who they were, did all he could to seized and subsequently it i is proved

tions were rendered in an accomplished stOD. the. u ridi..ulolloz________, .n..pnti.._. ___.._u .,.....;.A.. I Uv AV .'" ...... ... ......o:. I.. 4Ul'tn' iUl Mr. Joseph A. McDowell who for
London, Nov. 12.-John Wesley I and finished manner much ap- the costs, $11 in all, and then went on interests the UJ' Before the largest audience ever many years was engaged in businessin

Dekay, an American capitalist, author plause being given the "boys." back to Orlando to finish their workat owners can then demand assembled in the Methodist church Orlando, but who left about eight
damages from Great
and playwright, is held without Judge J. M. Cheney was next intro- the convention.In Such demands Britain. the thirty-second annual meeting of years ago to make his home at Pompano -

bail on what the police say is a chargeof duced, who sang a humorous song, reading Mrs. Washburn's inter- will be vigorously the Florida Woman's Christian Tem- on the East Coast, i is in the cityon
view in backed up by this government, Secre-
fraud, in France, in connection and on an encore responded with a yesterday's Sentinel one would perance Union was brought to a suc- a visit to his brothers, Messrs.

with the supplying of rifles to Bel- poem, "The Honest Fisherman," stat- infer that a liquor representativespent tary Lansing indicated. cessful termination last evening E. C. and C. E. McDowell. Mr. McDowell -

gium. I, ing that it was for Dr. Christ's ben- a day with Geo. Carlton, man- Daytona and Lakeland made a bid has been spending the sum-
efit. President Way then called ager of the grove from which the DANISH WEST INDIES NOT HANKERED
upon for the next convention, but this mat- mer in the mountains of North Caro-
Well Known the three "Jimmies" present-J. D. oranges were stolen, and that they FOR BY WASHINGTON
in U. S. ter was left to the executive com- lina with his son, Mr. Hugh McDowell
Barnes, Jas. L. Giles, and James Cal- concocted a scheme to arrest her.
New York, Nov. 12.-J. W. Dekay, mittee. at Asheville. Orlando has com-

who is under arrest in London, is well der, the latter responding with dia- This was incorrect, in that Mrs.Wash- I Washington D. C.-A The diamond v medal contest, with pletely outgrown me, said Mr. Mc-
burn states she report from
known in the United States and has lect stories. does not know who Copenhagen that Denmark would speakers from Hillsboro, Levy, Manatee Dowell to a Sentinel scribe yesterdayas

had large deals in Mexico under the Messrs. C. B. Robinson, Jas. L. the liquor representative had his con- sider bids for the Danish West Indies con- :Marion and Sumpter counties, he gazed up at the tall buildingson

Diaz and Huerta regimes. Giles, II. L. Beeman, C. D. Christ, ference with but that she did not be- aroused no interest in official was the feature of the evening, Miss Orange avenue. I never saw such
T. P. Warlow, J. D. Barnes, and J. M. lieve it was Mr. Carlton, although it circles Webb
i iI of Bradentown, winning the changes in a place in my life. It is
Cheney then took the stage and ren- is said that he swore out the war- here.At diamond medal. One of twelve almost for to have
WIIITLOCK TO RETURN TO HIS boy necessary me- a
I regular periods in the
I last few
rants for the
FIRST POST I dered a humorous sketch of an impromptu arrests. years the desirability of having I years old and five girls participated.Miss guide when I go out for fear of get-
nature. Following this the
: Webb
had previously won the ting lost.
GERMAN America buy those islands has been
RAILWAY
Washington, D. C.-Secretary Lan- program was concluded with several NEAR LINE called to the attention of the state department silver and gold medals in her home Mr. McDowell has many friends in
-
sing announced today that he expected readings by Miss Hibbs, of the Ca- OF EGYPT unofficially, and since this town. Mrs. G. D. Washburn, of Sparr, j i j Orlando, especially among the old-

American Minister Whtilock would thedral school. Government began to was awarded the medal contest ban- timers and they are giving him a
construct the
Mr. Jas. L. Giles proposed that a Berlin.-A letter to the Frankfur-
return to Brussels after his vacationin warm welcome.
Panama canal naval
telegram of greetings be dispatchedto ter-Zeitung from Jerusalem tells of experts have ner.One
of the
the United States, thus setting at urged such most entertaining num-
the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. who is a visit of Dymel Pasha, chief a purchase for strategic
Stapg, com-
rest reports that Mr. Whitlock would It is believed bers of the convention was the dem- WORKED ONE HOUR
reasons. that the
ill in North Carolina and mander of the Syrian Egyptian pres-
unable
was army. onstration of the
to Havre seat of she Belgian young people's work
I
'go'tcnmen gov- to be present. The telegram will convey to Jewish colonies, and says: ent administration" regards- many oth- .......-.."..-"' ...--.-! h..1. .\r..U""'. a'. T.... "c.L"'U...... T A., .\. "."_"',...,.,._nt u. h.-.1,. tJ..... ..,......._.. .., nVJ p P n4.-ft

The state department has under advisement I the love, respect and regrets of "The railroad system has been er portance.questions as of much greater im was the last number on the program. dolph was fined yesterday in police
I
1 the club. greatly enlarged during the The
final determination of the war. Each one taking part was attired to court and sentenced to five days on
Music rendered by Mclntosh's new line has reached Gaza and the
future service of D. de Lavel, the Belgian or- 9,200.000 IN WAR ZONE NEED suit the character he or she repre- the sewer department. He workedone
chestra was next in order and line from Jaffa to Jerusalem has been
counsellor of the American le- dancingwas II CLOTHES sented. hour and then left the city, which
indulged in until a late hour. Re- united with the Hedshas railway."
gation. De Lavel's activities as as- Sammie McCook represented the shows that hobos will not work.

sistant to Minister Whitlock, in con- freshments were served at 11 o'clock. Railroads I Washington, i> C.-Warm clothingfor minister, Lyle Connell the druggist,
Might Figure in New
nection with the case of Miss Cavell, 9.200,000 persons, Belgian and Bessie Wright a trained nurse, M. BUYS PROPERTY
the SEABOARD DIRECTORS MEET Invasion of Egypt I French who Duckworth the doctor, Lydia Yowell
English nur. executed by the are facing their second
German authorit/A made him persona NOVEMBER 23 Gaza is in southern Palestine, near winter as virtual prisoners of war in the flower girl, Marguerite White the Fred B. Dale has sold the A. D.

non grata to Germany and the Egyptian line, 125 miles east of the German lines, is the pressing need state president of the W. C. T. U., Mallory property on Lake Ivanhoe to
Petersburg, Va.-No business
brought about his withdrawal from was Port Said, on the Suez canal. The which has brought Herbert C. Hoover, Virginia Dean the contest work, Thel- O. M. Young of Bicknell, Ind. This
transacted the
today at annual
Belgium. meet- above dispatch would indicate that chairman of the American commissionfor ma DeWitt temperance housekeeper property is most desirable and one of

ing of the stockholders of the Sea- this place is now connected with the I relief in Belgium, on a flying tripto Albert Johnson the L. T. L cowboy, I the choicest bits of real estate in
board Air Line railroad
and it
wa main Turkish railway system which this Susan Bans the seed sower Nate Orlando.
. COVT. RUNS FIRST TRAIN OVER country. He has enlisted theactive ,
to meet
adjourned again in this
city runs to Scutari, opposite Constanti- Rogers book work, Rouse
ALASKA ROAD November 23. support of President Wilson or: scrap Mary ,
nople. With the opening of railroad his behalf.' Emily Jones and Alice Magruder purity CRIMINAL COURT
This action was taken in view of I
connection between Berlin and Con- work, Grady Howard the W. C. T.
Seward, A Alaska.The first train the fact that
a special meeting of the
the stantinople, now imminent, and replenishment READ IT U. tailor, Martha Hanchett a stranger Criminal court adjourned yesterday.No .
over government's Alaska rail- stockholders has been called for Monday -
of Turkish
road fighting sup- Gregory Haskins a sick man. particularly important cases came
ran today between Seward and the
for of
purpose consideringand plies, the railroads might figure in Read the Studebaker's full advertisement An
"Mile anew page explanation was given of each up with the exception of the Bryancase.
Twenty-nine carrying passengers voting upon adoption and ratification invasion of Egypt. in this issue. Don't character Mrs. Smith. .
mail and freight. stop by Lighted The case of the State vs. A. R.
From "Mile of articles of
for
Twenty-nine" the agreement with the San Juan Garage's ad.readall candles were given each as they Bryan was continued until the January -
travelers will the and consolidation
betweenthe
go merger CITY COUNCIL of them in the twelve pages we marched down from the platform."Ye term.
into the interior by dog team. The Seaboard and the Carolina Atlantic
,
print today. Our advertisers are fair, are the light of the world," Virginia -
the
portion of road operated today and Western railroad and the issue Routine business was discussed yesterday square, honest and reliable-the back. Dean recited in her usual effective Fashion and fiction magazines for

was Central part and of the rehabilitated.line of the old Alaska of mortgage bonds in the sum of afternoon at the city council bone of Orlando's commercial life. style, to Illustrate the depart December Curtis & O'Neal, book,

$300,000,000. meeting. Read their ads. and boost them. mnt she represntd.. stationery and music store.



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l i .
believe that the journalism which
THE DAILY ] succeeds best-and best deserves suc- I IA Poem For The DayON

South Florida Sentinel cess-fears God and honors man; is i SEED BURNING

MORHJNG AND WEEKLY stoutly independent, unmoved by pride EASY: STREET
*. ?:. GLENN .....................Ediur. of opinion or greed of power, con-
.....Bniinru Mn rr
W C. ESSINGTON In the city of Lifeopolis
structive, tolerant, patient; always respectful -
-Entered- at the postoffiee at Orlando. Floe Where Fame and Failure meet and why you should buy your garden and field seed from our store. We are telling you
its readers, but always un-
ida. M Second Class Mail Matter. of There runs a pleasant thoroughfare i through the columns of this paper that we burn our old deteriated Feed. Testing seed iVery i*
afraid is quickly indignant at injustice That's known as Easy street.
; makes doubly will get fresh, good, sound
them sure
you
SUBSCRIPTION RATES good thing but burning
Year ........................ 5-M ; is unswayed by the appeal of It skirts the river Dalliance; much about their reputation, therefore sell their
Dail" 1 Month. ...................... %.* the clamor of the mob; It's way is primrose-lined. I seed. Some merchants don't care very
Daily. C Month ...................... LZ& privilege or And those who tra\el Easy: street old and unreliable seed.
Dail Dall"". 1* Month ....................... ..607reekly. seeks to give every man a chance and, No trouble seem to find.
as far as law and honest wage: and l Italian Rye Seed, Ib.______________12 l-2c
I Year ....-..........-........ t\.W- recognition of human brotherhood can Here Mirth and Joy and Pleasure rove i, White Bermuda Onion Seed, lb.$2:2.iWhite :

-ALL-SUBSCRIPTIONS-ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN make it so, an equal chance; is profoundly They And Song\beckon and you Jubilee to follow; them I Bermuda Onion Seed, 1-2 Ib.____$1.2:>

patriotic, while sincerely pro- Light-hearted and care-free; Cabbage Seed, Ib.____________$150 to $2.50
ADVERTISERS moting international good will andcementing And wonderful bazaars there are \ Dwarf Essex Rape, Ib________ ________lOc
Gpy f.r diipUy and all .th.,. ......-..t world comradeship; is i a Where you can stop and buy Turnips Seeds, Ib.______________30c to GOc

)4..rti"..ee .( the.Uft Sentinel W hande_t.Jatn!. at than th. b.alaeue S p. ... journalism of humanity, of and foi Love light friendship- laughter'and de.'I'I English Peas, qt._____________________25c:

UM day "-*'.r. paMicatioa.advertlilact This ,.1. appIU.to It I* today's world. But ah, -the price is high.i I Sun Flower Seed, Ib.__________________10c
.. i I
cvBtracI
far
(.TarlaaU th..e and will to ..,Yeti- adhered. U.Subacribcn D = : I (Florida grown)
would reach,
nut 11 uccesj'nlleUU;
during The Sentinel discontinued THE ORLANDO This street is not the way: I
should notify the office In writing on COUNTRY CLUB It runs at last to Failureburg,
the date of expiration, olherwue ubwription it will rate be, The formal opening of the Orlando And there the toll you pay.Successville's We carry all kinds of flower bulbs in stock, give us a call.
continued at the rcvuUr \ road is hard and long;
The !
occurred last night.
sots notice Na to.atop b. .r .ia. ..receded.T.ep5.e .................. 24 Country Club of Orlando's The end alone is sweet; T. Hi. DE..A.
Club is one
Country Yet those who come are glad that .
SATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1913.: greatest assets. It offers a fine op- they

portunity for men and women to be- Did not take Easy o street. "The Drue: and Seed Mn 11"

One to live without work is to come tetter acquainted, to indulge in PROPRIETOR
way recreation and relaxation, to lose GOOD WORK AT SANFORD :
prey without ccasinjr. business worries on the golf course I

The approach of o every- presidential and to better fortify the mind and The city officials will hereafter put CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
work the minute they
the of time. vagrants to
brings rumors of the form body against ravages
campaign
I The Country Club is a great institu- hit Sanford and we want this reportto FLORIDA
of party.When
ation a new
tion. Country Clubs are, generally be spread broadcast in order that
--0- With thelevelcotnvnt of these footed and kid r JI
she expectsher speaking, recent in origin. none pussy I
a woman Fays
make his mark she isn't of golf which is fast becoming glove gentlemen will be under the
hoy to u national papttime of more gainful necessity" of working for their Plants Rose
of the wall Pansy
thinking paper. than usual interest and detracting ton )board while here, for unless they I

A couple!-of-;Minnesota-()--- boys ran large extent from baseball' sports! have changed mightily in the t last: few I Siernons' Millinery Bushes, Petunia II I CLINT BASS
vast of them\ me looking for
from homo because they were ill general ntul motoring, the years! none I I'llONK ITS
away seek quiet work and we would hale to disappoint' Plants
told to wnsh tile remember just howthose place| Ii fur from. the 1I111.t.1'lIillltthlllllJ. them." The real worker run always West Jefferson Street
I felt.All ran. !, ".111' to the fullest extent, convince some\ one that he ,cullywants LADIES': n,1'Is' leave your orders here I iucct..of to
bays elusive I mil Mill) might and weak ntul if conditions nip such
_tl lilt the I miLDKCYM: '' IIAIMWe !
mitlnt rumble liter the course until theinly hut he can not obtnlii work he cantret )Hand Wood Company
Hl'l'lll'llll'ill of lliMli| | Ill Hi Ntellipel'litIIIP HIP cllInaH lil's. hulking tied, | n ilny'slioittil choke neltt'tintt t>r''
\ fairly tingles and I thpii, t it nl -! olfff a
lit "00 Mow It fflu U iwlili will, I'umcN lit the shotter Imlhs Mininer l by wolkliiH for It. If he tieeiUthe I 1.11.11"14"I"t I 11..114 Ml ?:Jdtll< ) $.'l.ttlt, Violet Dell Florist Wood of All Kinds1'1N,111'T
"I'illlllllHlk I
t I ,
rPlnilVli H cool) Ipflpslildtf, iliinkitinlf t tI siiine Madly' t'111,11k11 In be, heie on I
it -
NVoultlii'l it I Ipinnvp nil par, It IMP, orS ,1.1)1A,1111) / .11.1111. :4UU' l'UUU.tSU"UIIIC
I ImWpUl', Is hllt HIP t pulp., .it*; Slnrvnlhiltitifut.1. ",,1,1.1. .
rtliKPf\ j Just M* tPtullly apt of 1\ eiilihtl)' ituh, One ntny l hill -= t'"lhltt''' hats .1.11I1.) .I.M put' "I1- J.M.CAIUIIIIIHS: % MUCH

e=== IIIO|| tltp I VPlHItilrtS Hllil l I"tl."h lllCinintl ion HMI; Our styles HI IIi m) tjoinl' =Mini. our I .I'hon 60tf, LAM.. Hinilh Lib Hi
(ipiii, CHUMUM' U w M Meter 'to ritttk. \ Hint instill piiHtiuii tu the !|prices are" p\) iPrttiurmMp" \ thttt you' Mill ,
a untilo If IIP were. "ltllllltltt| of r!-il>ility = 1i11\l"1I"ull.\ )' I'nnveortUtm with .HltI' t'aulittuaer, ('rkry mill I.HInt1 1'tanl fliul\ i our store the best" place 'in the .
ht>M set H B .el| 'laugh out of (the fpHuwti, dinners and lunches, dunces I h IIV.. thmieamU, *.f ,huj U'" \>\ huetile tu him fut sale nail I realty! now. I
world that was
way A and swept mu",ic!, harmless rani games thousand' cauliflower
two months ago U nuw fringing hUTIIK and tennis, boating, flahing and' swim Sevt-nty-five ; Slemons' Millinery
plants
praises; ming are kindred interests which Twenty-five thousand celery (,lanh. Store 55c FREE 55e .1.1Bring

make a country club a real social cen One Address hundred, W. thousand C, POST),lettuce Sanford plants., Fla, I
; W. C, T. U.CONVENTION JM3-2tc:= Pv. F. D.I No.2.
ter.To
truly live one must belong to a
The W. C. T. U. state conventioncame country club, but as Dr. Stagg remarked in the green card and 45c and get a DOLLAR

to a close last night. It was one year ago to fully appre- FOR SALE! BOTTLE OF OLD INDIAN LIVER \..
declared by many to have been the ciate a country club one must learn
AND KIDNEY TONIC
best session ever held in Florida. how to use it. My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
Only one incident marred the meetings o containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
and that was the humilation causedto QUIT MISREPRESENTINGORANGE and Library Robinson, Reception avenues Room, Den, Sew- arranged, and sprayed by underground Sale begins Thursday, lasts 10 days

in having Marioncounty ing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen system.
several delegates COUNTY.Are all and log cabin playon -
Large garage
citizens swear out a warrantfor we to be done, now, with the Pantry first, floor Grocery, with Room bath Lavatory and a Sleep- house etc. Will sell furnished or un- Money refunded if not as represented.
their arrest on the charge of lar- circulation of those slanderous mis- injr apartment with eleven windows furnished.and 11-7-1m
ceny-which simmered down to the representations and knocks of the seven closets and storage room on

picking of twenty oranges from a brick roads of Orange county?
millionaire's grove near Sparr, northof Orange is one of the richest and CHARLES P. DOW Lucerne PharmacyPhone

Ocala. most populous and progressive coun-
As an organization the Woman's ties of the state; and it is largely be- No. 2 Orlando, Fla.

Christian Temperance Union need cause she was the first to begin build-
not or should not feel that it has been ing good roads. Orange is a pioneerin
humilated or disgraced.:; Rather the Florida road building, and as her
action of Marion county parties in newspaper and official and civic bodies Hot Shot for Buyers!

presenting charges against two all declare, she has been through; the
women and two boys during the time mill. She has tried them all. She : 120 acres (stock land) close by per acre____--____--____$15.00

of the meeting will act as a boomerang has finally come to brick as not only 80 acres on lake, per acre______--__-- ____--_--_____--__$20.00 Yancey Meat Market Inc.
against the wet interests in that the best-which everybody knew all Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne______--_ ________$1150.00 ,
county, and when the facts are finally the time-but the cheapest, durabilityand Several Lots north of Lake Eola--____----__----------$250.00 FULLY PAID UP
weight given to I considered. She is "Bargains Only For Our Buyers. Leave
moral
clarified the cost of upkeep Our Motto this year T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.
the W. C. T. U. cause throughout the has built a great deal of brick roads the terms to meOrlando
state will be enormous.It and she is building a great deal more, ORLANDO. FLORIDA

is to he deeply regretted that and she declares she will have no Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
two noble women and two bays earn- other.-St. Petersburg Times. Real Estate Co.
estly endeavoring to spread and assist o Florida and Western Meats .
theV.. C. T. U. cause in Florida NO CHANGE IN CITY OFFICIAL E. R BRADLEY
should be subjected to humiliation. FAMILYIt .12 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 301 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

However the humilation and injustice Special' Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

meted out to these individuals shouldin is understood that there will be I I' / Byalnc.' >3S P. O. BOX aa6
n a whole. The charge was a trivial previously stated when it was an-
and inconsequential one at the most.It nounced that J. Ralph Yearby would

will not be taken seriously by deep succeed Carl Jansen, who tendered his

thinking men and women. resignation as city clerk. It is under-

THE JOURNALISTS o stood. Jansen that Mayor to continue Sperry in has olTice inducedMr. until FERTILIZERFresh I :CLEANLINESSZLdZarfeet: : I

CREEL his term expires which will be one : TV
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(lly Walter William, dean of :Mis- year and two months. shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE, I II
ouri University School of Journal. OPPOSITE POST OFFICEFRESH

i"m.) HUMANE SOCIETY CONVENTIONENDS just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.!' 1 AND SALT MEATS

I believe in the profession of journal I I Jet: yours now.Orlando. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
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ism. I Everything screened away from the flics, and kept fresh
I believe that the public journal is St. A uJUl'ItinFIIt.P'I; (' nte" to and
trust' that nil connected with the thirty-ninth annual meeting of the pure
public ;
n
Association met We Invite Inspection! and guarantee satisfaction." We have
of their \merican Humane
the full measure
It ate to Co.
rrMiiiihiHty.!| trustees for the public; today prepared to conclude this year'smating Seed & Produce ever) thing In the Meat Line.

tlMt'Pl'tllIl'e, \ of lesser service than t with it liocussion of rnrrcttv 200 S. Orange Ave. Phone 160MtMMf' {..J. 4L. Soli Xs Oo.PIIIIM .
'the public,' service I U belliiynl' of thistrust I\ 'iwitstin1"! for chiM i delinquency' ?
.. .1..IIP I'tlnl.llr dim-tors, lain- will t>lcrtlie NO., &! rink.. STREET: I
I believe tluit''' I'tpitC thinking''' ntultcflr ( lime stud since. tut llie iir,t Intel' I I nu

( tnlriiplil( nl''utnry Hint f ltttt>M lug.

sirs fuii'lllm-hlnt, (In (hunt) j J"UIII"II."I,
I ,.plll'\" tlml a j JmlHtftllil fchntit.l, ("VI'IIM I. IICIUUSU At I \\ ,'1"11.I > .. . . ., . .
wrth fitly Hlirtt). ho hot'U Hi (lit* htxtll' I INUIOS. .. illlllMJ: u UK'" . . . . . . . MM* . . . . . ..

tl' Lie lute. ANNUAL 11\111' H'KSTIONJt.i \' If You Do Not Belfevethat
I l.eiiete" \ tint I fuiiif. >.,tiiii of the t = i l ; / !
Crab
new for arty riniaitUnHtiuii$ uiht ,lltrtii 11 a :hnigtun, 1 II, (',-I.t',1, | fltemenIo.14y \ you H e Name
(hovef4le| of s..sIety is (hldefenatl.lt'1 hegati" the "IIIUMI l tack uf tm tog limas fAt ileggar 11'eedI
locomotive anti rides
the Chalmers has! like a
1 believe i that i.u one ehouM virile the i-apitul! a lutlh, A lire. tlinr.e14* and l'ea Vine Hay'Wfil power

aa a journalist that leOU\.\ not say taken! to the capitol grounds\ anti all! i I have some that was like n parlor car just call for a demonstration At 14 E,
a* a gvntltinun; that bribery by I 011"'" lay (,la'e.I) a stream of water against al x saved in good shape, i is
own TiocketUtiiH! U as much to be. the marble\ and sandstone: walls: to remove bright and sweat, baled Church street or phone 223,

avoided I as bribery' by the pocketbook dust. Sparrow nests by the i in medium sized bales, 70
of another; that individual responsibility ; score were knocked out of the corniceby / \ ; 1 to 100 pounds and we
may not be escaped by pleading the force of the water. a will be pleased to showit

another's instructions: or another's -'Y'. to you and quote you I HAI MfR mm m m
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dividends.I INDELIBLE: OIL PAINTINT the price Yes, and sell it
I / R VllrlLlllLIIU IIiU. v.a *-* A a.a vu.
and] l.
believe that advertising, news i to
you.
Hand painted costumes, parasols -",$1oruett.a4C. I
editorial columns should alike serve fans leather and linen articles. por- I
the best interests of the readers; thata tiers. piano covers etc., painted to I The Co-Operative Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr f fU
truth and order. Lessons given. Prices rea
of
single standard helpful sonable. Mrs. F. B. Emerson, Tre- EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE ::13.I' .
cleanness should prevail for all; that mont hotel. ll-10-6t W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ; ; I

the supreme test of good journalismis .lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.lllllll.I;
the measure of its public service.I The want ad's the thing. . . . . .

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BERRY I I!l I-LI-US BRITISH STEAMER IS SUNK
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Federation of Wome
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London, N'ov.
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Clubs will meet in convention Iceland l.onJonov. 11.Th British -..teamfchip -
York Neaume to Sweden of Christiania, was chased, from Wednesday New- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdayand in Carla has been ,.:unk The members VEGETABlES! VEGETABlES!I Jl

I by a British cruiser off the southwestern Friday, November 1C, 17, 18 and I of the crew were i-aved.
A complete line of Ford Acces- 19. The Caria was owned by the ( u-
coast of Norway, says a Copenhagen :
The convention will nard Steamship company. I.atet'avai1able
sories staff of mechanics dispatch to the Exchange open TuesdayJeeninp
; a expert I
![ the 16th and adjourn after records show that she Bailed Fresh every morning. Come and look them over or
to render satisfaction in all l l i! the Friday evening session. i iI | from Liverpool October i, for Naples.
I : I' The day sessions to be held in the The vessel was 3,00: tons gross! She I J phone 3 or 200 and we will gi\.u'ou our list.
gian boat
torpedo the
I stopped cruiser,
lines of Automobile
Repair and the vessel proceeded to Bergn.IUCEI.TloX Baptist church auditorium, will be entirely was :CIS feet long, 43 feet beam, an:! ,
VVork. Vulcanizing, Oils and I taken up with the routine business :24 feet deep. White Rose Goods
of the federation and the even1 1 I I
Gasoline, and fair and square ( TO MSTER ESTIIEUC.UL01 fig sessions devoted to addresses and !JOIua-: CARS
IT A I
musical! programs. All evening meetings II I --
prices. I Just recehed mother "hirmu'tit
nf thw fnmoutKootU.
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will be In the Stetson University T, L. llilling! )', of Orlando. '
Th afternoon from four to Pit' on auditorium through the courtesy' of purchased ti 'five passenger! I"..hao'l Tn-'h Country KKK, ". Tea and OlTce.WK ,
the nir ?anlne floor of the :Hun Carlo I Ihotel Dr, Lincoln Ihilley, the president! and I I.. C. "tJ\\'hl'I1.I.| nNo of this ritS., I i
I ', the Uniteii Daughter of the l1"ht'te111 be, informal
i rei'eplioh" lit I U the owner tIt It heW 1'nitihiriHnljLte.
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For Nine Years Confederacy will enteHhtn' the ,state | the art gallery Tuesday amt I''riduly ) '/ (', |J, Citi-tann. ht L <" -"Il"J i n .
I Intuit I, If. it C( ,, amt the ,fite other etching where tea will !hp ser\'II l'evening ': amt I!. l p I.tififpr, of kl==lnnnrr. : CSIVK: SAVINGS(; CHUCKS; ..:
111,114trlrkalr'' ( + uhu) will artlte' with 'Paeslay [II y the t tuiliit' fM. ai'=t. IUI"II" )' parrha"ors, ,
We have Iwen in bualiU'M =------ -;- ; ..._
at thy - '
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tlila tutnpH!g 'It "slate' pta=idotitIlia lip hump I'IUflumii; tkl'ltltnwl' U'J - ;;; -
1"11.1 I Ih.Jil'ii+ )) her J the NtoWlll, I
same location Corner of South accuatpttnying have nnitarsity-Daland: 1-

Main anti! Church I just rtMMil. from the gent-nil\ ron- (i iI Best and Promptest I II Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Streets. rrttion l in San I rr 1'hone he many interesting things to tell i lIo n; Auto
226 I
of tile session. Mrs, fan :Sheppard, I' I Livery Phones: 3 and 200
president of the 1'ensacol.i ('haterUntied ;\: Mr. anti. Mrs. C.
i II. Hoc-filer and Service G and 8 E. Pine
: Orlando Fla.
aughterb of the ,
I Confederacy family, who left Orlando several i
will arrive with them, and the other'''I I I II
Orlando's
Leading Repair Shop weeks ago to make their home in I|
members of the executive board will Lakeland, arrived in Orlando :yesterday !5-PASSENGER

and Garage 1 i I'whch'assist will in include entertaining all members the guests of the, will in afternoon all probability from that, again place take, and up " .. . . .. . , " . . . , . . . " " ,Y,

-- U. II. C., and affiliated orders, and all their residence in this city.
i'I who are interested and wish to pay I I BUICK CAR

Pine Castle their respects to the official head of :, BUICK CARS
the state organization and the ladies
We call anywhere at time
any
who accompany her. Sister Esther
The Cook Auto will re-
NurseriesPine !I Carlotta who has been company
at the head of
j ceive two Buick cars Saturday. One '
the state U. I>. C. for several consec- fiord n's Transfer ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
is Co
a seven passenger, Model D-55, and
Castle, Fla. utive terms is widely known and is the other a roadster Model 44. Both ,
not only a splendid executive head cars are sold to 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone
i but a highly cultured woman of winning n ._:.:__ _, prominent OrangeMr. 487 j C" TT'r .. .T. Iti .a. _
Has first class orange andgrape I and commanding presence whomit "VUUL .ILU.<:U" HAULING OF ALL KINDS I( \\n, r i ivir J\L LV
is to know.
a privilege
fruit trees, ready to plant. John F. Seagreaves, the Southern -
The ladies will be met on their arrival &ntipol 1 Want Ads PaN
We offer only first class trees, representative of the Sabin Rob- I
this Metal
morning byIrs. K. T. Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
budded from prolific bearing bins ,
:Mitchell and will be taken for Paper company, Middletown] ,
I I an automobile
trees of known quality. We Ohio was in Orlando yesterday calling
ride, Auto j and Rubber
also have the genuine Watson I I to be the aviation among the station points where visited on the trade. Mr. Sea greaves has Livery 'i Roofings

\tatermelon seed. No melons I they will probably witness the flightof been traveling Florida for some time Phone 632 Cornices Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating Metal
Ceilings
from where
shipped we saved but this was his first visit here, but
our seed. Melons weighed from an aeroplane-Pensacola Journal. in the future he will include it in his J. E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. I
20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree. itinerary, as he considers Orlando one Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOtMIMIMitMIMMM
I Subscribe for the riiorning Sentinel of the prettiest and most businesslike Two Cars in Service for Day or II
10 cents a week delivered. places that he has ever visited. Night Calls ,I
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Method of heating water has prompted us to set aside this .

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

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

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

day household routine-how it increases intimate personal comfort and


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idea of the highest development of this art, a complete line of .


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t' : will be displayed in operation and demonstrated daily during the entire

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

/' a ,' 4, every purse-for every purpose-and whether you live in an humble

i ,. cottage or a large palatial residence, there is a Ruud to:>> meet your

,rh & :,, ,,,iL particular requirements the difference
; ats only being >in< the capacity and

J I initial cost of heaters. Every woman who desires to make housekeeping

I ; T iiiI,1, ii /1 (1 / \ easy, thorough and economical, or anyone who wishes

i III ; / I, I inexpensive, reliable hot water at a turn of the faucet will be

r I ;, i u thoroughly repaid by attending this demonstration and inspecting f

- _- ..1| this marvelous device. A water heater. specialist will be

5T.7 \ it % %S in attendance to give you expert advice and to tell you definitely .

L 41 \ a the cost of Perfect Hot Water Service for your home. I

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ECONOMY---20.8 miles on a gallon of gasoline. 1000 '

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a wrench used on the car running
1077 miles in 42 hours 45 minutes over all kinds of Florida
roads with five passengers.


-COMFORT---Five passengers riding the entire distance
without changing seats and without discomfort.


EASE OF OPERATION---One man able to drive entirerun
without relief driver.


This was not a special high priced car---you can buy a
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TUP I G STORE S Comforts .1 I;II I I IComforts


Ih'iilitifnl; 1 nililk i infi. inn Elegant line of 1 patternspure "f Mui'h tottuti.\ lull >i/t. \
extra white 1'1'\\1111(Colton nlk l onler, i tin -perial|


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

THE SEASON'S BEST AT THE LOWEST PRICES



You Will Find What You Want Among These Items!



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LADIES'SUITS 1 j Wonderful SUIT SALE


One of the greatest
New merchandise at
events of the season.
prices to prove supremacy -
Ladies' Suits in black
of our values. This

lot representing the latest Do Better Than Buy Your Suit Here and navy serges, some
and smartest styles. You Cannot 0 e y fur trimmed satin I lined.

$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.


VALUES IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT



ISEDSI'HEADS, hemmed, ready for use, large
OUTING FLANNEL,best grade,large range of___patWOOL____ DRESS GOODS size, $1.50 quality _________________________$1.25;
../ terns, heavy weight, special 10 yards for 83cHLEACIIEI :
Special Extra Special
PILLOW CASES, scalloped, size 45x30, regular
; )MUSLIN, full yard wide,_good__ __weight______ Wool Crepes!, plain and fancy weaves, black and colors, ? cent quality ___________________....._.....17cNAPKINS
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V special, 14 yards for _________ $lSHEETS ()" 45 inches,wide, regular $1.00 qualib'I.
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hemmed,ready for use,size texts,dice
largo, GO cent size,quality 81x00, .welded........earn.......goodweight .... .I2cTONVELLS 7 9 pattern per dozen ..................--......5Uc
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Millinery Sensation! Shoe DepartmentOur
Thanksgiving full lino of
Uulif-s' FuJI and
Whes toll your husband; husbands tell your Winter Shoes arein.
Not much in the old world,but there's a heap of it in the good old U.S. A. wives. Most: beautiful( shoeing of Trimmed We line ha\e of a iMrythlnir. complote -- '
and wo ought to make it a most important event. .
Hats over shown in Orlando" ; unsurpassed: any

So Dress Up! where for style, quality and value. New

Why pay double for copies! of our hits el-e-
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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 1k ;

the day. There're exclusive, but not exj>cnsive. I
Good .....:.
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Ladies Silk Hose Black, Tan and some Fancy Colors.

these are odd lots of our regular $1.00 hose 'n Indies' High Button and lace shoes in patent
LET US SHOW YOU! 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.
Come in and see for yourself.
r All the Latest Styles

In Stock 1 69ctS.I The Prices Are Within

Reach of All

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The Palm Barber Shop, Elijah

Winter Park News Whitehead, proprietor, will open for
business this morning in the Guernsey -
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do's block oldest "Elijah"tonsorialists.is one of His Orlan-new =:11-i For --- -

place will be second to none. His

workmen are artists in their line, and

Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe he wants all of his old customers andas
many new ones as wish, to call

Town And Rollins CollegeSOUTHERN around in there his line.today if they need anything Saturday and Monday ,



IS READY FOR GAME WINTER PARKIXS 3-11 NFAST A CORRECTION
WITH ROLLINS GAME WITH OCOEE The Omega and Alpha of a week are mighty good economical days-that is-if, you do

Sutherland, Fla.-Southern held its By the close score of 3 to 1 the In the Forage Grocery Company's your shopping here-Seasonable Merchandise unseasonable prices are the drawing
final scrimmage Thursday afternoon Winter Park nine captured the victoryin advertisement which appears on an-
before meeting Rollins at Winter a hard fought ball game with Ocoee other page of this morning's Sentinelthe cards that should make those two days like hosts of its predecessors. Ones to be remem-

Park Saturday, and only a light work- on the home grounds yesterday after- I following prices should have been bered-Here's a Royal Flush-
out will be gone through tomorrow, noon. Quite a crowd gathered to witness given in place of those which actually

as both the regulars and reserves the game and a number of par- appear:

have a hard battle in store for them ties motored over from Orlando and Raisins, seeded, per pkg________13c. You Cannot Afford To Miss It!

Saturday. Both teams showed up west Orange for the same purpose. Lemon snaps, Zuzu crackers, and

well and while the regulars were able Ocoee secured her one run early in all 5c. packages National Biscuit -

to score touchdowns almost at will in the game and for some time it lookedas Co.'s crackers, 6 packagesfor

the first half of the the if the would ____ __-25c.-
scrimmage score keeper have to -------------- -
reserves braced in the last period and I go cut of business Finally the home All lOc. size National Biscuit These Prices Can't Be Beat !

showed some real fight, making their team took the lead, however, and held Co.'s crackers, 6 for __________50c.
superior brothers work a full thirty Ocoee down during the remaining mninga. 2 bottles lOco extract, any kind15c.
minutes to score two lonely touch- 32 to 3(5( I INCH TUB SILKS

downs. The game. was fast and interestingfrom TOO LATE TO CLASut1'Y"" All pure silk, fast colors in dainty I 52 INCH BELGIAN: BROADCLOTH)
The reserves hate been showing the time the ball was first put stripes and stripe combination {'f.
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dome real work the past few afternoons into action until the last man struck I WANTED draft hotOE'! M. A. fi'cts on white and! cream ground. Seml-Chiiron, inline tones of Nn\\\

and they are expected to (rite out in the! hinth. Doth teams placed I McDowell, McN'eill & DaVi!' ItIlftH Regular $1.00 quality lirutttt. ileum Wine itiul lielglgua!
Orange nt enue, t 11. 11. :1UWANT '-
the! un"hille 1itl: boys a real balll etce|:Uotiatly+ well ahd though there a::::== Sitturd.t) and! Mond.t)= (Hie Blue, also!' llltick, $1,25; iiunllty,

help tatulday afternoon laptaih'I were few eta plays the entire game rtM! M115: CIIBA1'Aert t f Hue Shcutlitta', unit Mmul.t, \'It'
\\"l1011 Is spending his! entire limeJituhtlit'tf was the hardest fought HIU! must!' in: I lent, ,ultrtrtM ieWi ('1411 I lie, seen( hi
theuungelete lulu. rt dink= leiestiitt? at4ged. here this, ..t'1t'-ulh lui;| Dunne\ etieet I : II-I I:I m" Ills: ( INt'1I'mtT( (CLOTHTh :' = -
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tike litmhiliP, While I'wriih AMelliUtliFrith I 1'ull'JVriKtf" : h the lill\lult 1 1 { Of the two = ", \'lit'>' fttbrii1 for HepwrHty Shirts: ,
hflPHHMiti jWe Ihent I \ rt little lrautsl. 'Kit: -One wmml' ltdn, l safe, In IhlihH''i!' II'ttdata8) ;: tte,, in THUS: Int) \Itt\ +t'r'd\ ;: the) oppoit unity you lw\e llt+t\n
r"Il,1) flllhlHilln, (I A kll'Ilglieli!\ .
itmip llirtit tltp I trapIttap( WV ?F, Ilt'upp-II, ISmrnU, Uh,1| JuhnaiHli 11'N"iII t 11.4\i.' IIhIg. : :, Urfllllt t ate Illtlt+a. Hrnwn:). rte. Drilling\ flit" shout\ M I pUwa of nil

The leifwlrtf' *>line (heir "Inn, are If,, t', I'MMmU, sai j Allen, e.i j II, H4nilero IIUIi. 1 11 b-1 H!i-ltn; |lwdnll'rln1 Sfilurd.i; )' hail tllnntfiy) .JfU' the late btiipo i'llVets t HflIu1nr 25t.

again .lawn I to leant\ well', ;ally ibisrlut'kwwk fti i (ll I, antlers, I'-i, JMVeo( 1\1.1| anti 35p 1 I
cuuple4| l J with the tjitp'l I J.* shown in the backfield t is |being counted Winter l'4rk Penning b'i j self well furnished, with $:'OU! needleiath ;iO( INCH AAIOSKE.U5:\ TAUTANS Stdurday and Monday JJc)
.
Apply Pr 1'iHans, No. ::1 I North
UJiOIt t by the fruuthern supporter as., Taylor, cj; Will Hunter, Jh; Waiter Orange a\enue 11-lI-lit":J < Have been extremely popular this
to give the Itollma warriors the bat Hunter, If; Ray Trovillion, rf; season for Children's Dresses, etc) 36 INCH SATIN MESS.\LINE

tie of their lives. Coach Alderman, Harry Trovilhon 3b.; Rodenbaugh, FOR S\IE-One new Wltl touringcar etc. We haven't many left but on
when asked for his opinion as to the cf.; Barze, p. body, top, windshield and lamps.A Saturday and Our regular dollar quality in every I

outcome of Saturday's battle, stated I Gilbert substituted for Rodenbaughin 209 bargain South Orange Act quick.avenue.Ford 11-13-tfc Garage, MondayWhile they last 12!/jC wanted shade for street or evening

tonight that he thought the Blue and center field during the last two in- %\ear-all the new tones included-

White had possibly an even break nings. SELECT NURSERY STOCKSourorange .15; INCH SHEPHERD CHECKS i except Black. One dollar value,
with Rollins and that he thought the and grapefruit seedlings
difference of one touchdown would de- \\INTEK RESIDENTSMr. Apply at T. R. Mahbj's, Hiawassi, or Made of fine worsted yarns mixed Saturday and Monday 69cCHILDRES'S

cide the outcome of the game. Joseph S. Hara, one of Can- ll-13-12t by mail to C. J. Victoreen, star route. with scribbled cotten, washes splen-

Fulton's generating of the team has ada's most prosperous manufacturers, didly, wears better, a good all 'round SCHOOL DRESSES

shown a marked improvement in the has retired from active business and j FOR SALE OR RENT-Dandy little fabric in all sized checkings. Made of fine qualities, Percale, Cham-
team work, while Shannon's work at has decided to spend the rest of his farm adjoining city, with good, new Special Saturday and Monday 59c
bry and Ginghams, all Regular
end well justifies the shift. Shinn life in ease, and with that end in view, house and completely stocked on ages.
seems now to be in the best condition has purchased one of the many beauty office.easiest terms. Address "Snap 11-13-8t.," this price 75c and $2.00,

that he has reached this season, and spots of Florida, having purchased 32 INCH GOLFINE CLOTH Saturday and Monday Vi price

with the steady improvement shown the beautiful home of Franklin W. FOR RENT-Very desirable fur- in Navy and Black. Clearance Price ,

by Captain Wilson the Southern aggregation Davis, at Altamonte Springs. Mr. nished room, all modern conven- Saturday and Monday 65c ,.
PUSSY WILLOW "
TAFFETA
iences, with private family, close in; WAISTSIn
as a whole will be in the liars with his wife an dthree children I
connecting bath if desired. 305 East
pink of condition by Saturday.SOUTIIER.VROLLINS after spending a few days with Church street. 11-13-6tc the very fashionable stripes ef-
36 INCH KIMONA SILKS
his cousin, Mrs. T. J. Hammill, 1916 effects, Navy and Black on White
GAME Main street, left this morning for BOOKKEEPING-Wanted, by an experienced ju( in. Beautiful floral effects on
TODAY their new winter home, where they bookkeeper who has partof light and dark grounds, on Tiffany ground. A $7.00 waist,

The Southern College and Rollins intend remaining until May 1, next, set his time of books disengaged, either balances.to keepa Silk Saturday and Monday $2.69Men's
or
elevens will meet on the college grid- when they go to their summer homeon "Bookkeeper," Box 614 prepare, city. Saturday and Monday 69c

iron this afternoon in what promisesto the bank of Muskoka lake, one of 11-13-3tc

be one of the fastest games of the Canada's most beautiful sheets of
FOR RENT Room, 14x28 feet, suit-
water.JacksonvilleIetropolis.. -
season. Both teams are in good trim
able for carpenter plumbing or
and each is equally confident of vic- paint shop; room 16x24 feet for ware-
CUBS WILL TRAIN IX
TAMPA
house; also some storage space. 10
tory.The Southern crowd arrived in Win- FOR NEXT THREE EARS East Church street. Phone 447 I Furnishings I
Fla. The Nation- 11-13-3tc
ter Park yesterday afternoon on the Tampa, Chicago
als will train in Tampa for the next
three o'clock train and is being en- three and have modified their FOR REXT OR SALE-Clo e in, six Shoes
springs
tertained on the campus. The Clover- room house. with bath, pas and Clothing HosieryJust
contract with the local association
leaf girls gave a reception last even- relieving electricity. 10 West Robinson aye-
ing in honor of the visitors and a delightful it of a portion of the burden nue. Also several small places.
which it has been carrying. Terms. R Bruce Perry, at the Water received, new lot of Stetson Hats in MEN'S SIIOES
time was enjoyed by all pres- Works. *
ll-13-6t
all the late Fall
President C. II. Thomas and Manager shapes,
ent.The Roger Bresnahan of the club Price $J.OO i Fashinoable men and men of Fashion
,
'
South Florida eleven will prob- FOR RENT 3 suites of new light study their feets as much as their
were in the city Wednesday night and housekeeping rooms, with all conveniences -
ably use the following line-up in thisafternoon's clothing. The latest idea is cloth
the pleasant neighborhood PHOENIX
yesterday morning discussing ; ; FANCY HOSIERY
game: Griffith, center; Eola tops. We have them in leathers of
near park a "homey"
matter with the Baseball ; sunny
King, r. e.; Wilson, r. t.; Crowley, Tampa place; 4 1-2 blocks from postoffice This is the latest' idea in foot cover- Black and Tan, in all shapes and
I. Training Club, which has been backing 307 East Pine street. ll-13-6t. ing. A delivery to hand includes the
r. g.; Rodgers, g.; Gregory, I. t.; styles. Narrow widths are a distinct
the
annual
Shannon, 1. e.; C. Fulton, q.; B. Ful- pilgrimages to this very latest effects, feature. We stock them from AA
ton, 1. h.; Shinn, f. b; Calvert, r. h. city. This association had recently The want ad. is a great smootherof Price 50c Pair to E.
Substitutes, Bolden, llarvejrand Bojd. written to Mr. Thomas requesting a business and domestic affairs.

Coach, W. W. Alderman and Louis F. modified contract.

Savarese, of Tampa, here with
are SENIOR CLASS OF ACADEMY MISS\ MAY HARDAWAYPUBLIC
the Southern men. ORGANIZES
GROCERY
A record breaking crowd antici- DEPARTMENT
is
The senior class of Rollins Academy STENOGRAPHERWINTER
, pated, and it is certain that whether
held its first meeting in Knowles Hall
victory rests with the Blue and Whiteof : PARK, FLA.
Thursday. Class officers were chosen
Southern, or with the Rollins Blue Delicatessen Menu
and committees were named to investigate -
and Gold, the spectators will be well
certain matters of interest to
repaid for watching the big game at Schultz Building. Phone 406
the class. The officers elected are as
Morse Athletic Field this afternoon.
follows: President, W. Ray Martin; Baked Deans Potato Salad Tongue Boiled Ham

vice.president. Jennie Williams; secretary All Work Neatly and Accurately Done
LAIi.
:SIlJll.LUn MEETS
Maurice Wheldon; treasurer, Roast Beef Home Cooked Corned, Beef Country Cured Beef Lunch Holl
The first regular meeting of the Kitty Gates

Lakeside club for the present year Room No. 3, Srhultt Hid*. Dough, Null
was held in the club rooms at Lake 1O Itlltll) ) \\M1IH) .: :

aide dormitory Thursday. night, with thin expecting/ nt "M nnntheffthlpmrnt Dr. C. W. FainlENTIST
I the full tnembprfthtp present. A humIler nf I'ord mito tope complete" SPECIALSalad
nf matters of lntete t to the club nt H top.cover price.. Itrgulttr/ and one
initti ct>lpMU this! Inlcieol' you"Ituw
were lli"rti.i,>e nf l bunk of v1'e" "$ duet," I"'i'as [Mitre Itourm' M (tu 1 12::, 2 to 3.
n rrrnp runtpun' pUtuien afetx orders taken on short notice of Chicken
and i' lirvs*. Mini' the, nppotntinpiit, of n niM'IU'uil. It I I., Holland, IllIlIltll'l WIS'rlmUI. \, FLA, ,
.11 I 1::=11:(u<
press irpoitpr' llrlpful tiUkpre
Fruits etc. etc. We solicit trial.
glen by i'iHif\tii"ori4 1'tdmpr and I I.rti, -- a

hall. 'I'll"| t itjtrn of the ilub are [lay tNf M ..M'iNtl m M.l11'1 .iiMWinter .. . . . . . . MM MM I

Mi",iUi", l'r"Ii"I i lrnti; Hobrit, Hifttne."

secretary, and and J. < The Most
press reporter Up-To-Date Grocery In Orlando
I. Noxon, treasurer Park Auto Co. i

'

M'lM 1'VimIMMIN NOIirilAn HIOM1IIK The Best of Everything at Lowest PricesDicksonIves


auto party consisting of the
Messrs. Frank, Holly and Charley BUICK and FORD CARS
p
Petling, and Fred Hurlburt, arrivedin ,

Winter Park yesterday at noon

I from Barnesville, Ohio, having made | Repairing Painting and Auto ; :
the entire trip by motor. Mr. Frank ,

Petling is a brother of Mrs. Barze SuppliesOPEN Co"Orlando's

They report a very enjoyable: trip.


N. B. Burge, a prominent banker, of "
Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando
Topeka, Kas., accompanied by his DAY AND NIGHTIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Fla.
wife, spent Thursday evening in Win-

ter Park as the guest of M. :\1. Smith

and family.
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I' I ({Mattta Snrietll ADDITIONAL Carl Sewell, of LOCALSMr. the Empire ho- Favorite U rI: - "Get It At Allen's"0... -I cr JiI

tel at Orlando was a visitor in Ocala

yesterday, coming up in a car.Ir.. TODAYS PROGRAM
Sewell is doing well in his new home Broncho. "Cash Parrish's Pal. A
CANNING CLUB W. C. T. U. OFFICERStEXT western drama, in two parts, featur-
and is much pleased with Orlando.-
ing the
YEAR popular movie star Wm. S.
Ocala Banner. Hart.
President of canning club gave an I Amid a blaze of glory the State American. "Wait and See." One
interesting talk on her work and W. C. T. U. Convention came to a reel drama.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Monroe pioneer UI
asked for co-operation with the W. C. I close last evening. It is declared by winter residents Keystone Comedy. "Hogan's An-
t arrived in the city nual Spree."
.,T. U., believing that good cooking many to have been the most successful last evening coming over the Coast This is an excellent program.

..goes a great way toward good citi I gathering ever held in the state Line from Riverton N. J., where they Five cents to all.
of Florida. The
zenship. following officers
have spent the summer. This esti-
The quartette from the local Union were elected at a session yesterday mable couple have many friends here OSTEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND I

consisting of Mesdames Blair Macy, morning: who are especially glad to see them SURGEONDr.
Guernsey and DeWitt. with Mrs. Bel- President Miss Minnie E. Neal
again at their pretty home, 206 East .
lamy at the piano, gave a much ap- : Jacksonville. Lucerne Circle. Howell osteopathic physicianand
preciated selection and responded i Vice-President-\liss Anna W. Rig- returned surgeon from announces Harvard that he has o 0
University, SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKSfor
to an encore. I gin Bradentown. Among the arrivals in the where he took post graduate work in 1 f
city
Mr. Jeter interested the convention I Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. E. i yesterday eye, ear nose and throat diseases. ], one of our bracelet watches, Lavallieres, rings or other articles
afternoon over the Coast Line Also physical of jewelry. For the gift will both and
diagnosis express generosity good
with his and talk for short M. Johnson Jacksonville. (nerves
drawing a were Mr., and 1lrs.Iervin Spencer heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera I taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
time. Recording Secretary-Mrs. Mabel from Millerton, N. Y. The Spencersare ), and electrotherapy and conta- and with a strict regard for quality. We shall be happy to show I
Demonstration of "red letter" days Perkins-Dean DeLand. well known winter residents of gious diseases. Office, Cheney build- | it to )'ou.I .
by Miss Lillian Johnson was an espe- Treasurer-Mrs. Nellie J. Doig, ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- I
Orlando and have a pretty home at phone: Office 617: residence 1018.
cially pleasing feature. Among the Archer. 606 Lafayette street. They have ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
various days represented were: Mission Young People's Branch SecretaryMiss _
friends here who
many are pleased to lib
Mrs. Northrop St. Cloud with Lois Pedrick Dade City. 11
see them again. 1-: 0 "
Bible; Mother's Mrs. Helms and lit- Loyal Temperance Legion SecretaryMrs. SKATING RINK = =

tle daughter; July 4th, Miss Walker May Willis Freeman Starke. Mrs. Lillian B. Fulton, one of the

representing Columbia. During the + delegates from Interlachen attendingthe IF YOU ARE A BIT HANDY
demonstration a recitation by charm- SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST
W. C. T. U. convention in this WITH A BRUSH
ing little Virginia Dean called forth I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, from
city, left yesterday afternoon for that for small
can a
you
very cost brighten -
much applause. I Atlanta Ga., are guests of the Ivy EUROPEAN BLOCK PARTY L -
place in response to a message an- home, renovate old furniture
: up your -
Fourteen ladies the Lane hotel.
their
representing They are on
wayto
nouncing that her home had been destroyed SATURDAY NIGHT etc. Our paints, enamels, var-
Suffrage states entertained during the Orlando where they have a beau-
by fire that morning. While nishes, stains, etc., come to you ready
'last of the session. tiful winter home.
They drove
NOV. 13th.SOMETHING: .
here Mrs. Fulton was the guest of a for use, with full directions on every
+ through in their and found the
car Mrs.: C. D. Christ at her home on u ,v can. We supply you with brushes
YACHT FRA I.\LIX AT DAYTONAThe roads in pretty good shape.DaytonaJournal. South Orange avenue. NEW r__ also. Let us fill your wants in the
r
yacht Framalin is lying at the DON'T JIISS IT w..rE paint line.Orlando .

Halifax River Yacht club wharf, hav- Mr. John B. Coarsey, of Jackson- ENAMEE =- -- --

ing arrived Monday night from her NOTICE ville, who travels out of Savannah, PAINT .. Paint & Wall Paper C.

summer cruise in Northern waters. Ga., for Lee Roy Myers manufacturerof
ROLLER POLO
Application for Tax Deed Under 205 S. Orange: Avenue
The Framalin had on board her owner Section 8 of Chapter 4888, the famous Herman Cortez cigars,
COLEMAN & RHAN Phone
261.
James Laughlin III., who was accompanied Laws of Florida was in Orlando yesterday a guest at TUESDAY NIGHT

by James Calder of Mont- the San Juan hotel. Mr. Coarsey has NOV. -,
Notice is hereby given that II. K. 16th.
clair N. J., and Harry Beeman and Heritage, of Philadelphia, Pa., pur- I been coming to this city for the past
Ralph Yearby, of Orlando. Messrs. chaser of tax certificate No. 2093, twenty-five years, and has the happy FAST GAME
lieeman and Yearby joined the Fram- dated the 6th day of July, A. D. 18y7! faculty of dispensing more sunshine I

alin at Savannah, Ga., but Mr. Calder and has has filed made said application certificate in for my tax office deedto than most any other man on the road. I l CAREY HANDFUNERAL I

made the trip from New York with issue in accordance with law. Said CARNIVAL AND GRAND i
Mr. Laughlin. The gentlemen left certificate embraces the following described On Thursday Dr. and Mrs. C. A. _
here Tuesday by automobile- for Or- property situated in Orange Boone returned from Louisville Ky., 3IAKL1I LUMIISU SOON
I County, Florida, to-wit: Southwest DIRECTOR
lundo.-Daytona Gazette-News. quarter of northwest quarter section where they motored several weeks
I 13, township 24 south range 31 east. ago to visit Mrs. Boone's relatives and AND EMBALMER
I HERE AND THERE CLUB The said land being assessed at the to attend the wedding of her sister, GRANDTODAY
date of the issuance of such certifi-
Miss Maud Dance, and :\Williams
,
The Here and There Club was cate in the name of A. Renaker.
formed recently and is composed of' Unless said certificate shall be redeemed of Louisville, and on the return they
:Mr. and Mrs. Baden, Mr. and Mrs. I IHauselt. according to law tax deed were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. All calls answered Promptly Dayor
Dr. Porter Miss Porter and will issue thereon on the 14th day of Luke, of Fitzgerald, Ga. On the return -
December, A. D. 1915.
Judge and Mrs. Warlow. They meet Witness my official signature and Dr. and Mrs. Boone were accom- Night. Hand Block. |

the second Wednesday night in each seal this the 13th day of November, panied by Miss Mary Dance who will A VITAGRAPII DRAMAIN

raonth. Prizes are awarded to the A. D. 1915. spend the winter here. Orlando
(Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON, THREE PARTS Florida.
best:layers. The club will continue ,
Clerk Circuit Court Orange I
throughout the winter season. County, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. LaVake and "MISS JEKYLL AND PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPBONE 457, I
daughter Mrs. J. R. Walling accom-
panied Mr. C. E. Woods' to Orlandoto MADAM HYDE"
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" -
have the latter's broken left arm
X-rayed by Dr. Person. The latter I Featuring

pronounced the fracture in almost MISS HELEN GARDNER : MIMMIMMMIMMMIIMMMMMIIMMMMMMMIM

perfect conjunction but advised that
Formerly of This :
"old men" should not play ball. He City and

did not charge anything for this advice Known as Mrs.\ Pell. :
but collected $5 for the X-ray FRANK A. CUKTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

operation which was eminently satis- ..

factory.-Eustis Lake Region. Also An :

HUNTING SEASON OPENS TODAY ESSANAY COMEDY"IN :

... WEEK THE SWIM" :

The hunting season-opens on Saturday -

ford TouringGar November 20, one week from today I l 5c CURTIS & O'NEAL
for quail, turkey, deer, etc., and 10e
the hunters generally are all agog in --- -- -

anticipation of a lively season in the Phone 5 for
wilds for the Insurance Loans Real Estate
next two or three FISH{ AND OYSTERS .
months. The weather by that time
bids fair to be cool enough to stir the Fresh Every Day Rentals

bloody and make tramping throughthe
THE WALDECKER FISH CO.
woods real
a pleasure and the
promise of much small game. It is 206 Boone Street

natural that sportsmen should be excited -- --

over the approach of the bird .
For season. INGLENOOK CAKE AND

The activities of the game wardenin CANDY PARLOR

Orange county have transformedmany I _

men who were merely hunters Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches, ESTABLISHED 183..111111111111111.i.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIII..

into real sportsmen, who will not only etc.
.
$225000 obey the game laws themselves, but Orders taken for parties.

I will see that others do, too. With this Located in rear 'of Branch's Book

in view it is not expected that there Store, Arcade Entrance i .

will be any violations before the opening -

day however strong the temptation . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ***- MIIIIMI *- MMMMMHtMIMM
may be to get a bird or so.


BAKED BEANS AND CHICKEN

Ask to see demoun- New England baked beans supper Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
Saturday, Nov. 13, at :Mrs.: Dwight's
loms Diring Room, from 5:30 to 7
table rims for Ford 'clock. Baked beans. :Mrs.: Dwight's *rt
I own cooking, for sale promptly at 1
.::-50.; Also salads and hot tea bis- We are selling black and galvanized pipe at the ,

Cars. I I I .:u1tS. CHICKEN DINNER best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,

.vill be served Sunday, the lath, from
it will We will also cut pipe to
:I I 2:15 to 2 o'clock. Try what genuine pay you. your

New England cooking is. measure so you can install it yourself. On ir-
MRS. DWIGHT,
11-13-ltc 101 North Orange Ave. rigation work you can save money by having us
i
SHERIFF'S SALE cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso

Under and by virtue of writ of
a execution
-t issued out of the Circuit Court of Orange as you can install it yourself.

County. on Florida distress, in a for certain rent wherein cauee thereinpending C. KGrannus I We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -
is plaintiff and. John H. Baas is
I.II\VPII1LLIPS\ & SONS defendant. I have levied upon and will offer and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
for sale by public; auction on Monday. December -
the 6.following 1915. between described the legal personal hours property of sale:, may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

4 bowling alleys and 20 pins and 21 balls desire. Do not to look at the
longing thereto: 2 score. board frames, you forget "Ameri-
chairs. I ice cooler. 2 .stools at No. 12 W beo-I ,
Pine street. Orlando. Florida. the leased .... can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
toes. Terms cash.
J. F. GORDON. closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Sheriff of Orange. County. Florida. ,i -
Massey & Warlow. Plain tilt'. Attorneys. ; for five years.
1l.la-4tw
'

FOR SALE AT BARGAINOr
will rent completely furnished, "
new, modern and attractive home, F..Joseph Raehn Co.
pretty lawn and shrubbery near Lake
Kola; two stories, five rooms, bath, ham
screened sleeping porch, and summer i
dining room. Address Owner Box THE PIPE MAN
397 or call at 312 Broadway. i
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- live factor in the college life. A r EMPLOYES' CLUBS FORMED AT
a II III -- -- -
I III ADDITIONAL WINTER PARK number of water meets are plannedfor I CII.LICTOnY ,' _i?C its.
/
the present year and the club officials '
II '
expect to considerably increase I Addressing the entre office @ : ,, 4Telephone
for"e.1 Gz
t
NEWS iy
II I : the membership before the coming and factory department heads ::e&rJJ..
spring. I Chalmers Motor company ), !
I 'r t } V'QuicIi No 28X'
I Hugh Chalmers advocated the founding )
THE DELIGHTS OF CANOEING:: :: I
I I FIVE YEAKS KROWTH; FOR of two clubs for the young men d / --
Canoeing on the many lakes about WINTER:: I'UKXt' 'and women employes of the company.The i
for
'is of clubs, to be known as the
our country a pleasure consider-\\ bank.
Just call when you need anything -
I able delight, but one which Water Works. I Young Men's Chalmers Club and the for the office from "pins to
I enjoy. In many parts of the country New hotels. Young Women's Chalmers Club, will printing; and we'll haveitthere RUSH
I where canoeing is possible, we find I Millinery and ladies store. combine fraternal and educational m a jiffy. We are featuring .
several canoe clubs which possess Dry goods store. features and will further serve to develop -
hundreds of canoes. Gents furnishing store. a friendly! co-operation between EST-Pasn; Forms and Binders Orders

Have you known that feeling of romance Third grocery store. the various departments. I. time-saving tricks for every business -
which comes with the dip of a Laundry.Ice President Chalmers' suggestions office
canoe paddle in some quiet stream or plant.Telephone. for the twin clubs came as the climaxof
lake whose banks form a double image system. an informal talk at the opening of
\V. S. BRANCH
and where overhanging trees Brick paving and sidewalk extension. the new auditorium in the big Jefferson ,
suggest cool shade and rest? avenue plant. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Do you realize that it is not neces- 40 new white residences. "Prepare for the job ahead of you, I
sary nowadays to go far into the wilderness New railway station., Because it is our idea to make pro-
to make this pleasure yours; Park extension. motions wherever possible from our
. tMMMMMMMMM It that it can be and is enjoyed close at Two Rara ges. wn ranks," said Mr. Chalmers. "And
home, and that after a forenoon's liakery.Picture. by all means, think. It is far morenecessary The Eola Packing Company .

rush and bustle of business you can how. to run this plant by brain ORLANDO FLORIDA.
have peace and quiet; that an after- IS hole golf course-65; acres of power than by horse power. Anyone
noon's paddle will take you where Bermuda sod. can purchase electric current from the SpecialtiesCustom

nerves are soothed, the brain rested, Dentist and two doctors. Edison company, but if a central mar-
the senses pleased, by gentle breezes Photographer.ItarlHr 'ket for brains exists, we have yet to Packers Modern Equipment
that rustle the leaves of palm and hOI". find it." Shippers and IJuyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
MOll P ERN pine, the singing of the birds and Candy kitchen.. In appointing a committee to or- Growers' Agents Personal Attention
the ever widening rings as some hurrying Hardware store.FOOTHAI.L ganize the Young :Men's Club>, :Mr.
hungry fish breaks the still surface Chalmers sUJ: etoh',1 that the dub Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -

of the water? 1'IL\l nn; take up matters of civic us well ns __ __. for harvesting and packing their crops.
.1h L I u'I me .n.ul... tl.
Have you known the pleasure that As the day for the game with educational wotk. "We at least want; rruu .icHi-ci and snippvu as" directed ny me: owner oi KPACKING .u"
ronushcn the paddle is dipped into Southern draws near interest increases to have ns many churches as saloons (: IKU'SK' Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. I*. Tracks."
the shimmering moonlit waters of nnd the football men are putting ( I ni Detroit, end l you young men can don W. It. Ht'LK. Mgr.' J.I S. PAKE. .b Mgr.: C. .\. COCIIUN..
some hike where ull nature i is still t'"tm.im and energy into each large part toward keeping the balance Pat-king IloiHe Fun'man.Patronage .
COTTAGE and the plight swish" of your paddle us practice game.ItII,1.INS in favor of the churches," cotnmrnU'd -
you lift it for the next strike i U the 1I r. Chaltm-rs. Respectfully Solicited

only pound that breaks the silence of ClitL; .MAKES .TINT: Under the rules of the new cltili, I
the night? luntUtJl"ullt'lle : / evi-ty young man in the factory miditlTiwn
The birch canoe, which WItS buil.lel friend, of Hiss! Mildred will be eligible nllilu itifinln-
II>>y the redskin! to transport him in his Lewis "('ntt''', farmer! Inetnber of (the ship of over I 2,1! "''i"10 perms (tn he n--
sit itilf Hiitf*' his' quest! for food unit )kits! Has of Ms' will'' I'f; pleased, to khow I oulcil. The dult111 !"'"> Hilt entiretyIIJT UrthftNt; llliAl.TH;
Gl ".a*f rallies" has. curie down'' to un! asa (tltnl she has |passel ttlllt( high taailrs, l .the memliprn' nlnl hu Mtleetor
G r rooms OliliricK ll mil liiihl nltlrp. I IJ 1.1\lIlt.I"1'\' AUfUMnlUllriteVIH 1
trnfl for social Hint uuliiip Ideastltefi ItI/ |,ift-iitl\ I PtflltiliitUiiih fur leal'Ixet'stetIilittte. : "It-lIulll ;
J ; Ill .the! PVdltillnltli'li( Willed JVI ti. I'Mllljn) :, of Ollithilii II Initeltl l Iq t (iUM ltU.lUI.AIIV(
sits mHilrtlily|' | (,if t',,"" I"1t h shell, ; Wits! best' nl I'ttlftttul. Miss:!' IVtlHP fur flip fhrtllliPls I: t'iUs' I

i1) nil the lnHPrtae: III riulltltir I / \ (let Mriilf\ ll'lt I I \I' I'ltni'KIITY HAMAUB WOl.KMAN'ri COMI't N A''ItN
pull II')f pit Illrtliy jiPMilp|, UlllVt4lllik: j jp IIIi:l Mini \\-f\1i\ jiivpii f4 moat l I1dlerillp( hlllil'l'( I':11'1tllfh'III( dillhall( = I IIn'
IheiF IIRhH"ltl II/H' fni 1111\1111I11\ | lift tW,11 l fcIPtlftl| t-'MlHlMCllt: \ lilt' ono Of tar I Gt'ttt' t'ItNIlilertinallhoitph '

sei ijill<, thft optaituuitia4" ' which arts \1i,1i\ \\ fllllllillbilillllli:
k sii'oeiS t flllHJlI$ IAbft: al Banff in mllbl Fitted i anal I! the profits of the
tllWOIi in our imUfHl; l stale\\ cud trupp\ works last year-Bti.OOil.OlM Georgia Casualty Company
AK-\HH I ) TAHS AUK; UKINU; ,
het Iht increase U not rapid enough\ marks I.fitllll1l1lH1l41t:! ( | permit a I
tl) ::1.11'rA111t'ackartl ;
cent dividend, after
considering the many advantages I twenty-four per
which we enjoy. We possess miles\ of payment of a dividend 1 of twelve per GEO A, HUTCHINSON General Agent,
canoe passage and. if Jessup run were : ) "twin six" cars are being cent., a surplus of about 2JOuOOtlO I
clean one could 1 embark at lake Vir- delivered' in increasing numbers. This marks will be devoted to charity. For Orlando, Florida
and! to Jacksonville. Suchan week the "1-35; which is the largerof the relief fund for families of soldiersin
5 1110CkS) k outeast ginia opportunity paddle would be seized by the two new models, made its appearance battle, 20,000,000 marks will be I Room 1 and 0 Watkins Block Phone 700 .
in the regular shipments
will to
marks
many, yet we scarcely see a canoe on The given, and 1,700,000 go I .5'
from the Packard factory. sym-
the lakes during the year. the general relief fund.
bol "1-35" refers to wheel base,which I
The athletic director of Rollins n.nn H is! -
is 135 inches, as distinguished from
anxious to promote this sport in MMMIMMIiilUMIII
very II
the "1-25" model with a wheel base
our section of the state, and being :
of 125 inches. It is announced that
posted on canoes, having recently secured -
of finished cars of both

t sideRAIIrTATN i canoe the houses agency in the of the country several, he best will ;volume production models in is accordance now approaching with the normal greatly -) II "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree jj

assist in any way to develop this '
enlarged scale of manufacture

sport.The I-hoo-es-cha canoe club, which that was inaugurated this season. ;", -:: .;{ <<' .e--r '-
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S--f-, ;"?' V/ ; ,'\ -, .. ..R Unless I Budded
its from Indian phrase : *%| 5 ..' / .-. .. .C 1
takes name an .. > ,: ,.i! ". "it'Ff ' . ': .. . : . ,
thenews. t .
Sentinel for
Read the Morning
meaning "let us go, was organized '. '
in the spring and is proving ) lOc. a week delivered. II f"t? :::?::: :/; l. : :. .9 . from Bearing i

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Kind from Cotton to Silk, For Men, Wane u J QiUru I __
I I Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair Quality of Pro- ;
tools for the Trade Mark! Sold by All Good Dealers

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PREVENTS RusrEvERYWHEREMoOne Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHANURSERIES

Carl C Dann D it ksht bat enough been to for oil 13 fear wntrh tie;hear Old*RetUV enough.to lirreit oil{ lawn 1Ha-feora.tad On efiee{ toft eO.It '.doth It began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
becomes n.ra.an Ideal.u.w.crwx. lit "*.cad oi cbccio clotii the beat tad< cheapeat nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-

Oas.Aa'i esm)-.eaoe.hofaWrDmeattrn. + or tarnish oa iH metal taf+aa tadoort tad ont complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
In allY te
,,..93.bt.OiM. Writer.lnforteeeroa./+ *ami tb*[)!rtlo"aryola J.SOcU0c.KaIiatfarllar H." '-to trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
oo. .}- -iir UaoUeveryirhertta.J- ise bottle:)i
). Alao la Hand Oil C&a.Z5c US o*.).
patented
K r 3-lN>Ory ."O"| COMPANY i five years, are clamoring "PEDIGHEED" for their strong suit in nursery produc
41.0'A BNOABWAV NB. VOHK C'TY tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr, Planter Why of course you would sell your
j
I - trees nnd adopt the surest' method Hut you are a HUYKIl not a 8ELLEK, and YOU Alta

interested in the Very best result" you can get from your grove when you have spent your

time and money to bring it into bearing,

. . .. . . . . . . . . ... Hammond & Gore TliPh do hot be mislead by claims! intended for Hint litirjwipe,!' t\tllup.IJut buy your trrea where

you\ are hbulutrly! wife (let them from\ the (OCKI.ANVAIIA NUUHKUIK8 4, the originator

l l-UfiNliltAh iniUiCTOHS; ) AND) t UMHAI.MHHSValuer of iit'iipcr'' iirm'tk'eri in irojmtfttti| < fur the t>xf>rp** |iuFt|'<'itp'' of proiludnu, <' the: one: thing,

Florida, f need* in the market, flr>telttsn! fruit null plenty of It.

i U"111 Low I'fh'. Our trees will eiist; t you more, maybe fifteen' to thirty cents more: but, Profeseo! Shamern

work in California has demonstrated that un I wntaof r 50 per cent! can be olpa.ecl' our

COMPARE A ay, over the ordinary method of propagation, What then I te:: the fifteen to thirty cents! in

comparison? CATALOGUE FRhf.Wrtta for it,
OUR FURNITUREWe


provide the quality of furniture that has long teen accepted t

by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
I an article ja here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.
We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
n tones of this business and that means much to any buyer. Florida.
Tangerine
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I W. Conner. Proprietor,


McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCK G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida ij


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r GAME: LAWS OP STATE IIEI'OUKSUPUEME : : : roXCLl'UES BIG LOAN
JUIISSIIU \. IN ATTEMPT: TO1UO
MKAT: C.1R1)SAmsterdam.The
GERMANY PLANS COUIII'Tallahassee 10 GREECE: :
) WAY TO FREEDOM: : I. IS
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Vossiche Zeitung CAUGHT IX THE ACT Fla.-There came on I.ondon.The loan of $ ,OOO.lOO

Bays the German authortieia are considering for oral argument November 10 before from Great Britain, France and Russia I
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the introduction of meat I Greece has been concluded and 1 r
Miami Fla., Nov 11.-John Ashley the supreme court the case of I to
cards on the principal of bread cards I Phillips the is now at the disposal of I _
II. B. money
in the county jail under conviction Edward 11. Clarkson vs. __
from
in order to prevent housewives \ judge Duval county, the Hellenic government.The .
county
for the murder of DeSoto Tiger '
of meat for the dayson
laying in stores of Jacksonville appearingand i formal declaration by the newgovernment
Hartridge
supposed to be the Seminole Indian, was within three I
is
meat Skouloudis
of Premier
which no I for petitioner, and Attorney
arguing
used. feet of liberty when his plans were General West for the state. concerning th% continued neutrality of I
Dan Hardie and I
frustrated by Sheriff
I This case'involves the constitution Greece and her good will toward the

TWO GEIIMAN: SUMS SUNK ,Jailer Hicks ality or validity of the state game ,allies, which was made public yesterday -
had for
London Nov. 10.-Telegrams re. The desperate prisoner the,floor law as enacted by the legislature of :II in Paris was communicated simultaneously
Algeciras, Morocco five weeks been undermining Jacksonville to all capitals of the entente
reived here from 1915. The case comes up from
the three
4 1 of his cell digging through
British
of Madrid, report a of nations.
by way on petition for a writ mandamus
and into the rotten
inches of concrete
cruiser\ has sunk two German subma and !, which writ was granted by
tines in the straits of Gibraltar.The rock with an ordinary spoon I the supreme court on October 22. I.wtm.tmt: .t. OX W.\\" HOME"'; REO 1916
throwing the dirt into the closet in I
British torpedo boat destroyer Email, I Edward It. Clarkson, the petitionerin
wrecked in the eastern his cell flushing it away in San FraneUoo, Cat.-Kacortal: by
has been the
taut the case, applied to countyjudge
time I I :} 1 F. 0. It. Orlando
at 9930.00.
Mediterranean. No lives wete lost.N111' quantities a J for a licence under the terms! eNerynllabl, ? United States soldier I
Ashley's fell is on the $ground floor I
nf the game law of 11)13: and was refused ; ahil pallor here national tUlhl"uIPII.I
: IIWT O\\MH: on the west Ride wf the jail ttmi betNpetl = a tifene under, the ll'll taw on 'and it huge viutttl uf dsilirthth! flit Here. Let show
his felt Htul On' hut.hll'111 launly Are us you
Mrs, Mary J, C,, Nvill. tit< ,FullMUM. \ IUHr, the I'oiililur tluee feetMile, MuW the tfi'i, ,un.l Ihttt this+ law 11i.1 l been! le- ; trty "Ml, Nslilvli hrt: l-ren at the I'ltll

:. has j just |Uri'hitil M clew |1\111"\ | I tll\'tllll.1 \a t'ln't,\ dig tt }h"lt hbtiUtuhea ) l't'ttle l by the jia.aature' of the law nt ttWrt tXHt..it fun fur tt>\nul tntintli'-. CarPALMS

intiMl' Mi Null I u Vfiy initial tntlt ..i IEhf U) tllttmelei \in n ilttiktook the UHf ppoalun. under which tlu IIntlee = was prtiHilnl tlmmeh! the otitn-ta ucthty This Wonderful

*> llU|>|l', Ha she! WWII t'I'! p Hi III* .t the cnli ihruubh fle 1'011- .. | khould |i.aaM *. It was tht t'otuer the write ofmandamus return journey to Phil ,
asked fur
North\ "Uo.Mrh this, iso the petitioner I .
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stets. ildving Iw'oml.li"h .. . r"I"'t
: From the Panama-Pacitif e\im, =ilion i- '11I W' t#
tne of
: \o leqmre issuance I
tediously -
and gradually
Anna. May I left yesterday' \I dug the spoon toward the \\ :;t. under the license! under the U'13 law, which I here the bell' ) goes to San Diego AUTO liV.N. .
the away Uaued the to he dupldjed for several days at
morning for Orlando to attend floor and, when the sheriff write was by supremecourt
concrete
W. C.an-I'the stated, October 22, the Panama California exposition.:
convention of the as ul o\e on
nual tats night,
flushed the game Monday Phone 400a.coOKiCONPANY4
U. She is president of the local organization. I Ashley had undermined to a point which writ was made returnable for Orange Ave.

.-Gainesville Sun. !outside his cell and was within two today. The court took the case under MILL TRY TO "111th" INDIAN; .

feet of being outside the outer wall advisement following the oral arguments Indianapolis Ind., Nov. 11.-A campaign -
made and briefs filed. Accountof in Indiana
wide -
prohibition
intention obviouslywas for state
CJ\-1I0L'SE SALEThe of the jail. His !
TWO fun of the act
the general importance launched at convention -
complete the undermining to a will be a
to I II I
two houses I have for sale at point outside the jail wall, then break attacked, and the approach of the to be held in Indianapolis on November ; -
located on lot 78 hunting season, it is expected that the :I Anti-Saloon
the price cf one are in the undermined portion of the concrete I 16/ and 17 by the
foot front facing east, with a depthof court will hand down an early opinion The call for the convention
crawl to
League.
fet.number 40(5 Magnolia I floor in his cell and
185 '
in the case.PENROSE. 700; /
men.
avenue, between Livingston and Ame liberty. I has been signed by
lia. Tba section of splendid homes I -
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with grand old oaks arching the I ADVOCATES MIGHTY -- - --
NEW BUNGALOW I

streets.The modern 2 story house has on I SEA! POWER I Think It OverSuppose AS::: AHFIMTVP. invest money sateiy t At our

first floor: parlor, living room, dining I Since November 1 several building !! San Francisco.-Forty-eight dread- customers their real and personal
room kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory most of I naughts, one bearing the name of ; manage
issued
,
been four
have there mem-
large living porch on the front \permits and re-I each state re-organization of the I are ( property; look after their taxes and other obliga-
amounts
small '
and side, latticed rear porch.On them being for bers in your family. At present j I
the National dividends.
for
the second floor are 3 large 'pairs or alterations. Yesterday a per- army and navy, and pay chickens 'i tions, collecting rentals, interest and
sleeping rooms each having enam- mit to build was granted Mrs. E. \ Guard, are ideas advocated to- prices can you buy \
eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold United States Senator Boise them and serve with I II Bonds
$1,500 one day by prepare and
also extra large I Wood, who will erect a INCOME INVESTMENTS Mortgages
is
There an I
water.
screened-in sleeping porch, with room I story bungalow near Lake Cherokee Penrose of Pennsylvania before the vegetables, bread and butter, \

enough for the whole family. The on Osceola street. seventeenth annual convention-of the I desert, tea ice tea or coffee for
bath room is large light and airy, I National Association of the United I

nice enameled fixtures all modern and I Among the well known newspapermen States. ... one dollar-25 cents each. of BUILDING MATERIALSAND
sanitary. The answer for a family
I I
The house is newly painted and papered visiting Orlando yesterday were
throughout, shades are hung it i i Geo. McClellan, editor Jacksonville Mr. C. II. Hoefler who recently disposed that size or a trifle larger or a' CONSTRUCTIONWe

is wired for electric lights with, fixtures In i Metropolis; C. C. Woodward, business I'II of the Silver Palace, which he trifle smaller is NO.
installed, also connected gas.
fact, you will find every convenience !manager of the Plant Ctiy Courier; sold to Mr. I. Dale Williams, left to- Yet the Model will serve a

necessary for home comfort. If you J. Boughner Chicago Daily News; I day for his former home at Orlando. dinner of that kind for 25 cents

do not care to use the entire house",IA. B. Grout Florida Grower Tampa; He was accompanied there by Mrs. served can save you time, money and worry on your
the location, so nenr the "Wyoming, Miss Hoefler and the two lit- each. It is the number ,
insures rentals of spare rooms at ,and E. C. Harrington, editor and own- Hoefler, makes it possible.110RAL1t building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
Telegram. that
tle boys.-Lakeland
demand
in
Always News.
extra good prices. er, Apopka
: or if you care to rent the en is cheaper to eat =

tourist i1hos;season and the occupy 3 room during cottage the on I Mr. L J. Boughner, manager of the S. Helen Graves at the Model than to& stay at I .

the premises in the rear, you would resort and travel department of the home. :;

Derive! a rental by which the property Chicago Daily News, was among the Shampooing, manicuring, facial and Our 25 cent meals and 15 cent :,
could be made to pay itself out. men attending the meetingof body massage:: scalp treatment for NEWLYWEDS IN ORLANDOMr. TO SPEND O E-UALF TIME IN
There is a garage, barn, and chicken 1,newspaper South Florida Chamber of falling hair given under modern specials should appeal to those |I ORLANDOMr.
the
house etc. Fruits of various treatmentfor ,
kinds, everything right up to now and Commerce which was held in Orlando scientific same has principals.given entirely My satisfactory desiring something substantial )!I and Mrs. R. L. :Mayes Jr., were and Mrs. Geo. N; Lippitt, who

just a little above the ordinary in'yesterday. results. My special' facial massage at a moderate price.Oysters :among the newlyweds visiting Orlando spent the greater portion of last win-
many ways. brings back the youthful appearance I their homeat ter in Orlando arrived in the ctiy yes-
and making
It does not require much ready \ of former self, by developing fresh every day. yesterday This
jour
Mass.
money; a small cash payment from I Apopka was represented in Orlando the muscles of the face neck etc. the San Juan. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes terday from Boston, year
responsible parties will secure the !i yesterday by the following well known Prices for switches of the best qualityon OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I were married in Lakeland Tuesday they are going to divide their time

property.The citizens: Messrs. W. II. Witherington.E. application. Appointment can be and left shortly thereafter between St. Petersburg and this city.
afternoon,
price is $G,300. A bargain at made phone, 679. Hours from 9 I half in the
by the first
that C. Harrington and A. J. Walker. I on a motor trip in their Studebaker, They will spend
figure.F. ; here attending the meeting to 12 a. m.Ito6p.m. Sunshine City and the remainder of
c. YOUNG I They were PARLORS which will include Georgia Tennessee,
REAL ESTATE, Chamber of The Model Cafe I here.
Florida
Room 10. McXeill & Davis Block.1024tfc. i of Commerce.the South Room Yowell-Duckworth No. 1 Orlando Building, FloridaENTENTE: ],L I and other states. the season

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FORAGE GROCERY CO. GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT / PHONE( 135" WEE S\VINs; CHKlH.x PHOM l: tl;

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Wa.-hington. I). C.-A summary of
preliminary estimates of crop produc-
Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. tion, and prices for the Mate of Florida -,
I and for the United States, com- Yancey Meat Market

Saturday and All Next Week piled(and transmitted by the bureau through of crop the estimates weather

bureau, U. S. department of agriculture T. A. \MEY.. Pr-s. and Gen'l MKr.
is as follows:
21 Ibs. Good: Pastry. Flour for . .83c; Extra Fancy Head Rice, sack .$6.25 CornStateEstimates

12 Ibs. Good: Pastry Flour for . .":;e Lard, 60 lb. tub . . . .. . . ..3.90 this :year 11,900- We have
21 Ibs Snow ] : 000 bushels, final estimate last just bought herd of
. a 40
Hobby Flour for $1.00 I year Range Steers that
Lard, ;30 lb. tins .. . .. . . ..$3.10 11,200,000
21 Ibs. Gold Medal Flour for . . 90c ; price November 1 to pro-
Corn Flakes 4 packages for . . ..;;c White Bacon Side, per lb . . .13'jc!= J j I ducers 67c. per bu., year ago !):!e. ., we must sell in the next 30 days in additional to our
Cream of Wheat, per package . He Good; Pastry Flour, 98 lb. sack .$3.40 United States-Estimate this year
Asparagus Tips, Libbjs . . . . 23c; PiII"bur>"'s Flour, 98 lb. sack .$3.70 3,090,000,000 bu., final estimate last regular meat contract. To do this we are making a cash
Maple Syrup, quarts . . . . . 3Kc Pillsbury Flour, Bakers, 98 lb. bk $3.60 year 7,000,000; November 1 price price that will sell this
Table Peaches, 3 lb. cans ofr . .13c; Snow's Hobby 1-10ur,98 lb. sack.$3.S0 61.9c.ear ago 70.6c. meat.
Peaches, Host-dale". 3 lb. can for .ISc Snow's Hobby Flour, 98 lb. wood $1.00 Wheat
Salmon tall. nink. ner can . . 13c Oblisk Flour. 98 lb. sack . . . .$1.00 i United States-Estimate this year Ask for the Cash
Tuna Fish, per can . . . . . .10e Gold Medal Flour 98 lb. sack.$3.33: : : 1,002,000,000 bu., final estimate lat Special
KaUton Breakfast Food . . . . He White Oats, 100 lb. sacks . . .$1.80 year 891,000,000; November 1 price -
Good Ground Coffee, per pound .13c Best Corn 100 lb. sacks . . . .$1.80 913c., year ago 07.2c.
Arbuckles Coffee, per pound . 17c Green Cross Sweet Feed .. .....$1.90 OatsStateEstimate FOR CASH
Fancy Dried Peiches, per pound .lOc Success Sweet Feed . . . . ..$1.75; this year 1,218,000bu. ONLYStew
Fancy Prunes, per pound . . . lOc Tuxedo Chops . .. . . .eo. ..$2.0: ., final estimate last year .KM.OOO;
Fancy E'aporatt'dpricots, .Ib. ..16ef Pure Wheat Bran . . . . . . .$1,;>.> price November 1 to producers 70c.
f RaUins. Seeded per package . lOc (Pure Wheat Shorts . . . . .$1.75: per bu., year ago 7Gc!. Meat lOc
Currants deeded, per package . lOc 'Bright Cotton St't'dIt'al: 1sk! $2.00 United States-Estimate this year Short Cut 18c
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Walter Baker's Chocolate '/* lb. .20c Feed Cotton Seed )Meal ;sk.$1.60; : 1,517,000,000; bu., final estimate last I -
Pet Cream, Baby size, 4 cans for. .13c; I Meat Scraps, sack . . . . .$3.85: I year 1,141,000,000; November 1 price :, Chuck - 12Jc'
Pet Cream tall, per can . . . . 8c Poultry Grits, per sack . . . $1.00 34.9c., year ago' 42.9c. I Roast 15c
Corn, 3 cans for . . . . . . . .2.;;e I: Stock and Poultry Powder, pkg .20c PotatoesStateEstimate Neck
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Peas, 3 cans for . . . . . . . .2.;>c LENOX SOAP, 8 for. . . . . . .23c; this year 900,000 "
Eagle Brand Milk: per can . . 13c; Broken Rice sack . . . . . .$4J;>0 bu., final estimate last year 1,040,000; 1 -18c
Rose Brand and St. Elmo )Milk can 9e Oyster Shell for chickens, t>ack. .tc price November 1 to producers !>I/t-/ Round -18c
Vegetables for Soup, can . .. . . 3c: Sugar per Iho. . . . . . . . . . .7c per bu., year ago 120. "
Tomatoes, 2 lb. can Cor. . . . . 8c 6 packages Uneeda crackers . . .25cLrmnn : United States-Estimate this year Loin 20" 20c
I 3 lb. cans . . . . . . . . lie snaps. /uzu crackers and .V;>! .000.000 bu., final estimate last -
1 lb. can . . . . . . . . . .3c all :3c packages! National BUcuitI'II'K year 40.; .H21.000; November 1 price
1-\AI'fW'1c l. .lIn_ VAl. cn. I prnrLi>ra.. :3 fur, . . . . .,2.*,>rMl GO.Sc.. Venr ago :2.8c.
Peacock -Syrup, half' 'gallon' : : : : : :3Uc lOc- size- National- Biscuit- - - Cot I on

Peacock Syrup, 3 cans for . . .2.;.)c I ('...'" rrarkern.. ft for . . . . .:.t.cit :\ Hl\te-The September :::; condition Besides this special offer we have as usual our su
Washing; Powder, 7 packages. for .2"c : rakes toilet" ooap. . . . . . . litej tipplied to the estimated itcteittro.forecasts .
Dutch Cleanser, per ran . . . . He/ j Ortatton() stutp| .each . . . . . . ..lIlrI production of npproxl- perb line of meats and Vegetables.If .
Hall, 100 lb. !nark! . . . . . . . GOt 1 .* Kaltons roil oil . . . . . . . .liOr. III II h'I)' IT.niHi hiif.tm! I lbs) mo."I i.
\Vuler Ground Men. I, nark . . .II.UU [ toil ..n",'" I.enot Miap. . . . . .$:.1.1)0) t'onipiticdlth ftiutl. renu' 1'1'1'1| tuM' we don't satisfy you TELL US. If we do satisfyyou
Hotted Mrttl. "lark. . . . . . .':::.IIU I Ii k! hut lh's Illr .'e\lrarl any klt"I..III"> )'('lIf of fil.'_'". l baler 1'rlce No>'rnil>erI tell others.
lilts, ark . . . . . . . . . ,#:::.IIU III1U; (HI'U MIvi; MI I';\'1:111:: \ItI \,\\. I to i III'mllln'I'1i l 1:1: ,'. I".r ll>., )"111' HIM
Good lend I Hire, nark . . . .a13.S0 I: I IN '''11I': "':X"'I' X m.: l'.'.r.r.
I I'nlted' Stnt ''*- The September' :W::
We Give
Savings
Checks)
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I condition Mpj'livtl! to the eatimutedwt'fHfe I
fouTiihttf piodiH'tion of upproxlniatfly -
FORAGE GROCERY CO. 10,950,000; bales ((500 lbs,
Remember we want business.
gross' ), compared with final census ieM.rt your Special attentionto
| last year of .i5.000< :! bales.
A visit to our store will make you a Price November, 1 to producers ll.fic. out-of-town orders.

regular customer per[ lb., year ago (ti.3c.E511'EItOR'tOSllllll7'0: .



Fine Florida Pork, per lb. 15c !) HY THE POWERS CONGRATULATE Ya-ncey Meat MarketJ


Florida Beef, per lb.. [lOc to 18c congratulations Kioto, Japan.-Cordial to Emperor messages Yoshihito of -

Large Salt Mackerel 3 lbs for 25c have Great been Britain received, Emperor from King Nicholasof Georgeof T. .\. YANCEY J>rt.'So and Gen'l MKr.

2 lbs. Codfish for 25c Russia, President Poincare of PHONE 133; WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS PHONE 317
France, President Yuan Shi Kai of
Pork Sausage lb. 15c China, and others, while the felicitations -
per -
sent by Japanese organizations
for Satur-
fill a score of trunks. Gifts made to Specials SPECIALS FOR TODAY
the emperor are piled high in many: day and MondayBest I
buildings.
The Sanitary Meat Market

SALOON FIXTURES SELL FOR S10
P. C. HART Proprietor ON THE $3,000 Patent Flour, 24 lbs..90c / 24 Ibs. Snow's Hobby Flour. . .$1.00 j' Two cans Thanksgiving
t 1 Best Patent Flour, 12 Ibs.. . . .43c: 21 Ibs. Sack Self RUing Flour. . .90c( !'I Hominy . .. .. :. .... .. .. . 2c
St. Petersburg, Fla.-How worthless Meal Grits and Feed 10 Ibs for. .2:1c: / 21 Ibs. Sack: Pillsbury Flour. . .93c: Large Bottles of Olhes eo eo. . 23e
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PHONE NO. 213 35 W. CHURCH ST. are fixtures used in saloons since A packages WashinR! l'owder..23c: 24 lbs. Sack Table Talk' Flour. .. .90c i 1' Irish Potatoes, a peck. .:. .. . . 30c
the passage of the Davis package law :1 cans Pork and Beans for. . . .2.*>c I 21 Ibs. Sack Gold Medal Flour. . .i oc i Sweet Potatoes, a peck. .:. .. . .30c
I is shown by the sale just conducted Pure Ground Coffee, per lb.. . .ISc 1: Two 3 lb. can Table I.eaches..3.-.CI I Log Cabin :Maple Sjrup, pints 22c; '
I j I here of Paul Hornlein] owner of 5 cans Sardines for. . . . . . . ..-:>c I I II Three cans of Corn . . . . . .. .25cj : _quart 43; c; gallon..6.c
I building occupied by a saloon. The a cans Tomatoes for.--:ic I j Three cans of Peas I . . . . . . '23c : butler a pound. . . .. .. . . . .33c;
CASH PRICES FOR TODAY ji I j fixtures costIt,. Hornlein S3.000 Florida Cane Syrup, per jrallon. .COc<<; j Coffee. a pound . . . . . . . . .13c: Durkee's Salad Dressing, pints. .25c;
i when he them in and he sold them Purt'pplt" Cider 'enejrar per j''I 16 lb>. Fancy Rice. . . . . . .Sl.trOI Eight Bars Soap for . . . . . .2-)c
Porterhouse Steak, per lb. _______20c Florida Pork Chops, per !lb. --____20c t!f.toda)' for put$10, the purchaser agreeingto I gallon . . . . . . . . . 3c: I I : Apples, a peck . . . . ... .. . ..dOCi

Sirloin Steak, per lb. --________-:20c Pork toast, per lb. --------_____18c I remove the furniture.ANGLOFRENCH Irish Potatoes, per peck. of 13: Ibs..3*>c I i
Round Steak, 20c.. 2 Ibs. for :;;5c Pork Stew Per lb. ---------__---1Gc Imported !Lemonper doz. . . .I 13c: I'

Hamburger Steak, per lb. ---___12fec Sliced"estt'rn Ham Pork, Chops lb. per lb. _25c I WAR FORECASTED COUNCIL OF Seeded Good head Raisin Rice,Currents per lb. .and. . . 06c I T. A. MANN 15 E. Pine Street

Sausage Meat, per lb __________12'ic Sliced Rayon per per ,lb. -------_-__"_ 30e I I London.-Premier Asquith in the I Dates per package_ . . . . . _13c ,
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Link Sausage, per lb. __________15c: Leg of Lamb per lb. ------_____-25c; house of commons foreshadowed the j i Honest Weights and :Measures
Coined ___________ I
Beef per lb. 12'ic Iamb Stew, per lb. --------____13C establishment of an AngloFrenchwar '
council in which French and British -

FISH AND OYSTERS ministers hope that would Russia sit.and lie Italy expressedthe would Cash Grocery Co.St.l" Patronize These Advertisers

join in the council. Telephone 618 7 E. Church .




Phone 80 The FarrIor: Mawr et Phone 610




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




for Dinner. Why not buy two and have

cold fried Oysters. Self's Oysters are always fresh. The kind for dres-
chicken left for the
evening luncheon. iror Evening or the picnic-Get our Dried Beef, sliced
,--- sing or
------ ---- soup.
-- - - while you wait. It's fresh and delicious.
Veal Chops: or Cutlets, Breaded Veal Cutlets: with tomato
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k
sauce make a tempting dish.
For Breakfast we suggest-Perfection Pork Sausages, put up
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Pickles--Dill, Sour, Mixed and Chow Chow, Horse Radish in
Fine Fresh Water Fish. Fried Fish and French Fried Pota in sanitary: boxes. If you want something good order

toes. Perfection. Bottles

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:B: :LVJ: Self & COrnpan..y: :



Phone ZLTo.: :: SO ,, Phone: : INTO.::: G1O







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11< : \T"" WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE liar pit' ..;;; TIS: R' I

I'.., ... 1I __ :'C SENTINEL lor OntO Ipnth -- _...
1'ur'1'hrec liars rUt

I
Oil RhNT:: -Ia r ire room good location I I A GOOD INVESTMENT Umbrellas "ocovwed and repaired
close in. Apply 212 L.: .lack- Is one that will yield n guaranteed "while you wait" ax Younjf's Repair
son: or phone 400 II-W-Iac; i income for ten years. We handle income Shop, 21 E. Pine Bt.
i Ilf investments yielding 8 per cent I
iw net regularly. Real Estate Bonds,
WANTED Mortgages and J Income Investments
x Your should yield t"er, cent
-- -- money !
\\'WANtr.ti; to list all kind of prop, in Florida. A, 11. Cook & Co lU15lmcNoTAIlY Orlan ConvincedMtwul i
erty for ate, or rent. I Bin having do FOR SALEA
mobs. npplicatlnh'. for houses, fur I IIlAkt'n "se'," sail. the spe'iii.I. t" as he I
I'ttllUl'111. "eAI.l
hl..hpil mid Uhfurhhheil, 1 will\ be ( . l 1)0, UIP sit k I'MMriuInf, "I fnhi'UlP .
nf deed iiioiltHtje"!
lad! to list; what >uu hare, Mr!, "I'el'lnlt| Jot,"
,', I'liiPVplJ, '
it. f..ake, 45 Knot 1'itie street, Iprtop"! fntMt-iu'l" Pt( tea "11 lint l,. wilt Hskptl Hi eltk'
\ II > !! 10 ilw-lmu* auiot.Ie.. $ Ml,-, II. II, I IfeiU, 'In llrtM: I- It Mul I
M frtllim
1. i'h?=ne- lil= : .l'lp| ..II||tit'. {' I I'lmhP' ltl, II,(II I,I Mini'= man"NII"I'h' d,.Ilar,.," fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
,
Mitrtll '..'li. .,. i "" "II Will hate In shade inur porn I
WANIIIli: A i I regt'trrnhe fit: 111'1.1.(j nl. "Ig..t
Ili4l, irt'l=.tmii. ri, II> '.41. |I. !hl"I.ha. Thane' HO, ilia I, Illiltf,, lhltll1'|{ a, H llUl a letter, IM'lle'l I \I'l'l fit.th"in! tli iiintlriitnr. unite ." { S. West St. $2200.
( tl H"lfiit
M bftlkfittll AlMlOaa) = I Call amt Pea IM' If Hitfclecleil' in (Buiustat 'Hie 1 fcjienallat. t:>tuo.| put nit hid: price
.are laeutlnel I, 11Itirtt'LOST | I .>, liny, cell: or a Change properly and! his: competitor got the juit.W" .
JtentwU tarefMlly "uI.ul..1| to are specialists. in our line of
1 II;;i-'mOl sFIUST work and sanitary conditions prevail. .
1I I' f It will pay you to stay on the safe
I LOST-On Monday, October 25 between [ CI.\&S Parisian Dressmaker ti.le I Ii
Robinson Springs and Orlando I and designer. Will take engage-I
==== -I II via east. road between Maitlandand ment by day, or at home. Tremont* I Orlando C. A. HOVEY
Winter Park one Flak red top hotel. 11-9-"t I i
FOR; SALE ;31x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. Ii I- \
A communication from the finder will i FAl'Ell HAXfilSr. Steam LaundryFRENCH
anew be greatly appreciated by D A Cheney For $7.00 I will paper any ordinarysize
FOR SALE OK KENT-Uy owner Orlando Florida. 10-20-tf I room. Over 500 selections to I
bungalow wIth MX ,
modern \ DRY CLEANF-RS
choose from. I do painting also at
large rooms hall bath and with every reduced Phone 2ul, or drop LAUNDERERS
watch, prices.
make desirable home LOST-Small faced on
;
convenience to a open -
Lake between Lake Lucerne and the me a postal and I will do the rest. PHONE 88
lot desirable location near ,
nice ; pin -
Box 385, Orlando. I
G. C. Schultz
Cherokee; price reasonable; house Empire hotel Monogram L. B.! L. on 1-10-31-lmo
will be completed latter part of No- back. Return: to Orlando Rink and
\ember Also ha\e a six room cot- ; Trust Co. ana receive reward. I-4a-th and Shingles
tage and a smaller bungalow', with 11-3-tfc delivered every day-Elder Spring I nIn her
Geo. T. Hull &.
\\ater. See or phone
and terms to suit purchaser.Have ------
price furnished for I Company, Rock Uuildmg. Phone 105. I
also several rooms LOST-The young man who was seen
rent. Address Kentucky Home, fill to pick up a diamond brooch at 10-11-tf c.
Palmer street Orlando. Phone 1-6.;: Orange City Junction Tuesday night 1-- ,
11-12: -lino 1 I, will return same to this office and ,

A $3,300; IJARGAIN \ receive reward. 11113tMISCELLANEOUS Add To The Appearance l- w


Ten acre young grapefruit grove, I
two and a half in bearing new four I ORLANDC
room cottage and bath garage, chick-I I :MAKE A BUSINESS of planting ,
en yards and houses; one mile from citrus trees. All trees I set guar- and value of home by put-
off brick road. anteed. Write for prices. Box 222, your
limits, just
city O11'NEItP. O. BOX 676 Ocoee, Fla. 10-24-lmoc ting down good concrete side Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime

11-6-1 me walk
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and

fresh, giving repaired at Orlando Ihcjcla and i
Foil SALE-.1 cows one 10-8-lmoc I Our workmen are mechanics
Court St.
!l gallons per day; nice family Repair Shop. : -
or dairy tows. lU W. Concord avenue. with experience and ability I.

11-11-3te_ ____ uunm: AM HF.LLEUS bo .
t buy, "ell. rent, and exchange real All work guaranteed to
Toil sAtr.-1'hte good lot ohKliicettooil estate Have resided in Orlando, "l.., f1rt-clltaM mid wtthfactory.
avenue, near Lake Kola.: over 30() year!, Have handled over
Will cell e'Brttte| If ,le"lrp train If taken ut once us the owner t I0-i\-.1m\\ : ''', A. LtWThR.T'RQ .
need* the money Inquire nt 4)<> In: -- nil clause/' /' of eoncreto)\ work
10 HO: =1m I .
Cltuuh Hiwt
HOMiUVIM.IJ( : : rtl"| '"
tern and cabinet\ huskers Neieen --- r
mil& NAthModel: 27riiiiilltiun IhIM" H\llId dour! Miul window\ frnnie, lt'\lllnlf:
'
\ Write lion ftIj', porches, ciuiiitpr, shelving, snow OHLANW) rONCHKTli{ :
V.)::33::HtQ .- .,, rpfrlt'tJ"tllflltlr"tio"l' \ andaddliatina WOHKSMamifactiirrrM A Bath In A Tea Kettle
--- \ We keep u number of
"r<}M& 0AI.K.-l-'Oll& KKNT: -Iluiuw, nktlled workmen conaUntly on hand of Concrete
y rurnUlieil und unfurnished Al IIi o 1H tut: Church street 10.17low'Prink
fcLnttt splendid luti Call und title what -- -- -- -- Product Anldo from tho waste of tlmo
of of hot water
1 have to tilTer before you buy or hider:\ Hprlng\ Water. Pee or Is n long way from tho luxury plenty
rent AI,.. II, II. Leuke, 45 East; I'lnt, phone lien T. (Hull & Company, flock 107 Lung St. Phone( ,19,1 In waiting for tho kettlo to heat Il'" n mighty poor) way to get hot water.
and
I'hone 17U. temper
vtrcet or :il'J: Broadway! fJIlJing. Phone 105, 10-lH-tfc

1 10.8-d w.l llI1u*,,____ And yet lots of folks htlll put up with this annoyance Ucuuso they do not realize the

HAUA: MONKV MAKIU: :
i oit II
1'uinUhvd 14 rot-in house, uii brick I I PROFESSIONAL CARDS III economy of u las Water Heater.
street, arranged! for light houiekoepIng. -
Hplvndid! locution; large lot .
T.rm. Owner, 10V.. Concord Ave i A Gas Water Heater
1).a 1lmo.: Worthington BlackmanATl'OUNEYAT.LAW 1 I
ROBINSON & DEARDALL

..oll! MALI;: ou HUNT-: NI ''' home, Means Comfort Economy, Convenience
furulshrd! ten 1 rooitm, lint ii, ulcrplng ATTOUNKY-AT-LAW( ,
not"i''hi' will\ locillctlj,, only two blocks Phone 617 I
from liimliiPM, muter| ,1."lrnll. helglr'" No. 4 Went IMno Sroet furnace fire In
tg1II11,1"hIllply| | 1"', (\I. ItUftll, Ilouma.., in and 11 YowelMuck It'" the bout, and (11\1'I1\'l'It' way to got hot wl\t\r-t'/ll't'clnlly/ after your

1 III'-H"1-' !I'hone 101 I worth Uutldlng out

HAI.i; Mlr,.1 l tins tr mule! ,
I'OII rry
lit' hitiitM Mult, heavy 1'iiiH, niuiiil, Tic n string on your linger UK reminder to drop In at our ortice today and lot IH

Kin) trnille.., Ifkeitra tilil. lii'onm
ley, It, I', l\to N.., ..', 1\\1 mile iniilli DAVIS & GILESATTOUNIYH.AT.IAW talk It over with you.ORLANDO,
4>f Oiliiii'lo( all I tI In1, ApupKit limit,
Starbuck
I II 1 It 1 1 ::1'flit u Victor I t :
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$.\bid; Kirn I'j'pnitutiityi( ; ..u ATIOKNKY-AT-IJVW: Phone 72
loom I.IIII.III"w, lot DJ:! I ::!'H'J'MI.flMll :!' WATER & LIGHT CO
illlikoit liiiMM' lutllll; rplrndbal.ei IMioiie 161 llooma 5, 0, 7, 8,- '
.
\"IIi;; "'lIt til Upply (HI 11I1..dl"t"I.r"'p
Mhlth U\: low l 111 older Intitle. 11I11" Davis & McNelll sloe)! i'
Pine SI Orland l1a DEPARTMENT
Apply Ml} Mtik'imli.1 No.6V.. GAS
Ut i *
II II-
.. i F. A. PEPPERCORNUUILDKIC I

FOR KENT I II
-- and CONTUACTOB1'hone

FOIL UtNT-A good! ten room un-
furmahtxl houtie, with modern conveniences R. RAY WHITE 37
and well ventilated; just the
thing for a hoarding house; located in III
a prosperous, growing town. Applyto ATTOKNEY-AT LAW PLUMBINGSALLAS
W L. Story, Wnter Garden. Fla. I
y-30-tfc.: Room 44Wutkins & SALLAS

FOR RENT-By, the season month Block Orlando, Fla. .
208 Boone Street
or )car, one upstairs flat for light
housekeeping; also other rooms, and
garage, electric lights and bath in Phone 597. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111
hous.. Apply 300 East Cone, rd ave.
) ltfe
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L. Percival Hutton
FOR K!':XT Nicely furnished rooms DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST I
home one-half
in new, modern ; 37 Liberty St.. New York N/V


block the 10-:JOMODrL'si->-,from ison f hospital.Vnderson JOG Reasonable Margaret street street.rates near for bt.Luke' Phone 716 McNeill-Davis: ARCHITECT Building Orlando. SOUT"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE [ [


:KINnnnGAHTrN. prm....'\ 'I Rooms 2 and 3- Florida.
room. First Methodist church; telephone 1 I Yowell-Duckworth Bldg I FLORIDAAll
call 14 Hast Jackson ,
221, or Member F. A. A.
street. 10-20-tfc I I

FOU KENT_ Light housekeeping l'' !
rooms; also flat, if taken bv the Dr. F. F. Thompson
electric\ SURVEYING
season; no children; lights

city able.Ovate IMie* and C80.bath.10 Terms\\est Concord reason- Plating and Sub-Dividing DentistFormerly the leading varieties of Orange and Grape-


avenue ll-'J-12tc: PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest\\

F'OU IEXT Furnished; pleasant

suite of light housekeeping rooms, WORK i 115 SOUTH ORANGE prices .... ..- .... 1..1.J

first floor bath in connection; electric -
>n ;
lights and telephone; gojage if HAL A. IRISH \ Over Curtis & O'Neal'sOR.

desired family. 312 North Civil Engineer
; private
.
11-2-lmo i ....
main street. ry j
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FOU RENT--Large pleasant furnished 47 Watkins Illdg. Orlando Fla. ( .
rooms! with private family, -.,.
close in. :,0.1 North Orange avenue. -

II-7-1 mac Phone 72 I Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest

!1 Oil KENT: -Furnished suite, two or I
housekeepingUo three connertnig rooms single, for ro.ms.tu light. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney L H. RAMSDEUOPTOMCTKIST prices, to the above address

Summerhn flare, near the <'ourt
house 11-7 tit* and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, A. FLORIDA \ '

-- I 's; FIT GLASSES, GttlND L ,N8M
run KENT Attractive bu'ines
room, Bee H.- It. Berry. at the Ford Ia\i & McNeil Utdg AND IK ALL KINDS OF . .. , . . . . .. ... .. .. . . . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . .. ... .... . .
M Oarage. 11 11.tf OltLANDO FLA.J OrTHCA1 I UPAIZfl Q



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LOCAL ANUJ'ERSUNAL I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . " " " " 'i" "

afeAtlti
Mr. B. F. Lyons, of Tampa, is in
Orlando on a visit to his sister, Mrs
II. A. Clarke, 201 West Central ave-
nue.

er p Mr. G. M. Jacobs, one of Chuluota's;
leading stockmen, spent yesterday i in i
Orlando looking after business mat-
ters.


INCORPORATED 1893 Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
for
1 lrf-18-tf Prepare iJ

THE Mrs. L. M. Hall, who has been visiting -
relatives and friends in Kissim-
mee for several days, returned to Orlando i
STATE BANK

/ OF yesterday. 1"f" AUTUMN OFLIFE "

Special week-end sale. 25 per (cent
/ off on all wall papers for rest of the t
ORLANDOTwentytwo week. Finley's Pioneer, Court and
Pine. Phone 67. 11l122tcAfter
years' experience in the affairs of

I Banking enables us to measure and meet the an absence of several weeks

needs of our customers. Mr. J. C. Patterson returned to Or- By saving a definite
of this bank has endeavoredto
The management lando yesterday afternoon from Asheville -
pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in N. C., and other points. amount each week. We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate //J

lines of banking. J Fish and oysters received have several plans. Let
II. M. Self & danl.
Co.
TilE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF -
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS us explain them
Mrs. Lillian Long, of AlexandriaLa. .
DEPOSITORS.
., has arrived in Orlando and will 1
Officers spend the winter with her mister, Mrs

LOUIS C. MASSEY __________=___=_President J. 11. Anderson, at Oak Lodge

T. PlCTON WAKLOVV _- ________Vice-President ..
M. WATKK8 HOWE; p ___________=_Cashier! In itatiligs( checks! tire accepted as cud i
the !savings ilepnrttnent, of lIn'1'9OIIe8 The
S. A NEWELL: - _-_A"!It. Cachler National Hank. Il-Il-tr Peoples National Bank"It

t -
The! following well known ft'phlt'lIt" Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
of Tuft spent yesterday. in+ .Ihlandu
greeting! friends and "hPI'I'| | iiigi: MmAhiV ,
J. C Sims, and! G. K, Thonaa.

I.. J. MUSTANG, the rhirppodist.
Office over MfKlroy's drug store,
1.1 i-O.lac
-
-
::; Mrs. J. C. Buxton, who has been in
.. Orlando visiting her brother, CaptainR.
W. Belo, left yesterday afternoonover
the Coast Line for her home in
Have You Noticed? Wniston-Salem, N. C. IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMJMIMIIinilMMMMMII M-

'
Watch for Neil of the Navy. He i is
Impossible to keep Haynes or Hup- coming. 11-ll-t aIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIJ.llllllitlll1111." 111'11111111111'5

mobiles on the floor. Better order Mr. Geo. A. Hutchinson left yes-
terday afternoon for Tampa wherehe
now. is spending today looking after
the interests of the Georgia Casualty;
company.


Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney .bus, &c. SPECIAL


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Herrick have

arrived in Orlando from East Orange Hudson 33 Touring Car I
N. J., to spend their third winter,
and as usual will make their home at

the Lakeview. Excellent Condition

Don't miss the opening night at
the Lucerne Wednesday, November
$325.00
17, starting with "Adventures of J.
Rufus Wallingford," and two other
;4L< reels. Five and ten cents.

Mr. F. L. Corwin, traveling freight
agent of the Central of Georgia rail-
road, with headquarters in Jackson- San Juan Garage Company

New Ford Home ville business, spent for yesterday his road. in Orlando on I


Now Open RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one Orlando-Daytona '
hour, 12 miles for 30c 8-28-tlc

I
209-11 South Orange Avenue Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Miss Emma
Telephone 368 Washburn, Messrs. Fay Carroll and .
Lindner McConn, who have been at- 4Y
tending the W. C. T. U. convention in
FORD ACCESOR1tS--TIRES this city, will return to their homesin
Ocala today. IMIMMIMMIMIMIiMIMItilllMMMMIMMIIIIMMIIIMIMMIMIMr "
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL
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:
FREE FILTERED AIR Savings checks are good as gold. r U 1I11 '. MMMCM MM 111111111111111
Ask for them whenever you buy any- MMf t+++t
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." thing!! 11-11-tf

, Who Will Be Your Executor?
Mrs. W. H. Gillette, of Lake Helen,
F. G. RUSH who has been the guest of Mrs. Joe
Davis during the W. C. T. U. convention .
ANSWER NO.2Your
left yesterday for home, accom-
I panied by Mrs. Davis, who will spenda estate may be materially executor
week with her. t direct result of the appointment of an 's
or trustee.

Watch for Neil of the Navy. lie is When an individual is appointedThe :- ,
coming. 11-11-tf
'1.1 1111111-1 financial responsibility is generally weaker. x e i' e r
Mr and Mrs. J. W. White, of : It is usually provided in wills that the person z
Starke, ore in town for a short visit nominated to serve as pcutor shall be excused t
with their son, I{. Ray White of this from giving bonds.
dl). Mr.I White has not visited ir-
Have Your Christmas ando in twenty years and is wonderfully When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex.
pence of the estate, and then only partial secu*
impressed with the
many andlninopnients
Selections ReservedTito varied | + la te seen pnhand. Pity against! Ions U foytded. .1 f
\.et). When a Trust! Company is Iededl, = ;

The positive advantage of tlrorte financial I re> :,.
Y"\IIUf ItI'tI" "UI1"! t ila Nattalks,, 'U di : aet t
payment' (Isr. !ti oitiull ll"t'II"ll|> | tin any nrtlclo will in* illl fit)It'- and faluwa'i j J\I\-'IIII i (' \e'leePIIItd F l 1"fI..il.ilil fc tl H uH>
"Ut' its "lioiny lu'ltl" l fur you until' you\ wunt\ it later on 14111'' 1.1"u"1 fli I Ilhl* "i'eit 1ruN'ser.l A l tomt' whkh has tehtml' the! entire\ financial\ \ l 4 ,

ThU t i Phil, tflvtfM! you' tlu privily,. .. of ueK\ttiu? fromour \..hang hi4tl....lI l .I.rhit.lttltl'l. J. l\ Annu IHHI ,1.,1" fNrii -. I Ftrenifth\ ef the Institution I U always filed\ with i
Muck while it 'is! dill vomptete without wUlcliwtlnu t'1\\1 theer. .45Ve i Ch mh at I the eet,110) the Probate C'HHt tift f*t to the' estate, ,. t
your muline to 1'1\)'. 114 l.Ire
Answer No, 3 will appear tn a subsequent (iaaiia 1-
We anuses tit tnKe full wlvnntage of this other, Mr, And Mrs, Alamo of this Wipi\pn.\ \ awN' s, ,
and to come whether or not you wish to purchase, Carr and! Mr t *
S, A, Whitford, Mrs, C rr'ii mother
Mr.' and Mrs' David Carr
and! Miss Come
and
in any time freely ask for further t !
Zalia Morley, are again at their home information on this vitally important subject s +
701 West Church street, to spend You are always welcome, and our. offices are al. r
their third winter. They have recently ways glad to advise ,
returned from their annual
T. H. EVANSJEWELER summer outing at Jamestown, N. Y.
I DoctorsBi@klllasler The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


& BrlJlldiHt1!( Orlando Florida
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OSTEOPATHS

.3 at Personal Kirksville instruction, Mo. under Dr. Stil Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

.; -..*. -----w..a..I...... 132 National S. Orange Ave.. above People
Bank. Phone ">70
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